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Originally posted 06/16/2013 02:45PM
Want to dine like the stars? Chef Simone Panella from Brooklyn hot spot Antica Pesa – where the celeb clientele has included A-listers like Madonna, Michael Douglas and Tom Hardy – shares a summer pasta dish for you to wow your guests with.
Originally posted 06/12/2013 03:30PM
One of the many reasons I love my wife ... she is a fantastic cook!
Yesterday, she made me my two of my favorite snacks – and a delicious lunch.
I thought it would only be fair if I shared the recipes with you. They all take no more than five minutes of prep time, and with the exception of the baked apple, require little to no cooking time.
Plus: Each snack is under 150 calories. (The tuna melts, designed to be a single serving for lunch, only have 343 calories.) And all are loaded with protein and fiber, which helps you feel fuller longer. I hope you enjoy!
Originally posted 06/12/2013 01:15PM
What better way to dive into summer than with a light cocktail, courtesy of Oprah's recommendation?
With the help of juice enthusiast Eduardo Chavez, the media mogul, 59, shares a few of her favorite light delights in July's issue of O magazine.
"Friends come to stay for a week and know that there will be a different drink (with alcohol or without) waiting for us on the porch every night at sunset," Oprah says.
Click after the jump to get the recipe for what Oprah calls one of the "freshest cocktails I've ever tasted."
Originally posted 06/09/2013 09:20AM
If Game of Thrones' Red Wedding episode is any indication of what's to come on Sunday's season 3 finale, a drink may be in order.
The mixologists at Grey Goose came up with the perfect libation to entertain guests at a viewing party – or dull the pain of another season ending.
"As a fan of the show, I was inspired by the strength and beauty of Emilia Clarke's character Daenerys Targaryen and her striking white hair," Grey Goose brand ambassador, Guillaume Jubien, tells PEOPLE. "The cocktail needed to contain delicate flavors yet maintain character. A cocktail like this really takes your party to the next level."
Plus, who doesn't love her dragons?
Originally posted 06/07/2013 01:05PM
Martha Stewart is sharing one of her good things. The domestic doyenne and host of two PBS cooking shows shares an easy-to-make summer recipe in this week's PEOPLE.
Originally posted 05/31/2013 01:05PM
New York City chef Jonathan Waxman's award-winning steak dish wowed judges at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival. This week you can try it at home!
Originally posted 05/26/2013 05:15PM
If you're like us, you're still waiting for your invite to George Clooney's Lake Como villa.
Still, that's no reason to kick your summer off on a sour note come Memorial Day, the unofficial start of the season. And there's no sweeter way to say hello to sunny days than a fruity, frilly drink.
Originally posted 05/25/2013 07:00PM
On their Cooking Channel show Extra Virgin, it's plain to see that Debi Mazar and her husband Gabriele Corcos are as enamored with food as they are with each other.
"Our love affair started at a dinner table in Florence and has evolved being in the kitchen together," Corcos tells PEOPLE. "It's there that we prepare our daily family meals, develop new recipes, or just experiment with food."
Though their romance started at the table, Mazar, who stars in the upcoming Lovelace alongside Amanda Seyfried, James Franco and Bobby Cannavale, says that while her diet is inspired by the flavors of Tuscany, it's evolved.
Originally posted 05/24/2013 06:30PM
Not in the mood for barbecue this Memorial Day? Top Chef Season Three winner Hung Huynh suggests you try his tuna tacos instead.
"They're a perfect party food to serve for Memorial Day Weekend since they are delicious and different from the usual burger and barbecue options," the executive chef for restaurants Catch (in New York and Miami) and The General tells PEOPLE. "Tuna tacos are also nice for summertime as it's light and refreshing, and when mixed with a little taco crunch, it is ideal on a hot day."
Sound good? Here's the recipe:
Originally posted 05/17/2013 01:00PM
When it comes to eating, Friday doesn't have to be just an ordinary day. British chef Jamie Oliver wants you to think about what you eat by celebrating his second annual Food Revolution Day.
"For me, this is the one day for us all to get together and shout about the importance of food education and the need to share and pass on food knowledge and cooking skills," says Oliver, who's designated May 17th as Food Revolution Day.
"This is an opportunity to build better relationships with great food, whether that's hosting a big event like a farmers' market or a small dinner for your mates and cooking everything from scratch," the British chef, who promotes healthy eating through his TV shows and best-selling cookbooks, tells PEOPLE.
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