How-ToWe brought 50 people together and challenged each of them to whip up a delicious fruit smoothie. With an impressive amount of potential ingredients to add, will our burgeoning blenders be overwhelmed? Find out who made a healthy fresh breakfast and who just made a mess on this episode of Basic Skills Challenge.
How-ToWe challenged chefs of three different skill levels - an amateur, a home cook, and a professional - to make us a roast chicken. After each of them had presented their creation, we asked a food scientist to review their work. Who can boast the best roast? Whose bird is the word? A-well, a bird, bird, bird...
How-ToWe challenged 50 people to make us a warm mug of hot chocolate, perfect for curling up on the couch to watch a holiday movie. Who has harnessed their cocoa mojo? Is it even possible to mess up hot chocolate? Let's find out.
ChefsWe challenged chefs of three different skill levels - an amateur, a home cook, and a professional - to make their version of mashed potatoes, just in time for Thanksgiving. Once no 'tater had been left unsmashed, we asked a food scientist to review their work. Whose mashed potatoes were worthy of seconds?
How-ToYou asked us questions about burgers and we're serving up some answers! On this episode of Epicurious FAQ, our cooking experts and fan favorite chefs graciously share their knowledge of everything fun on a bun. How does Rose identify the highest quality meat? What does Lorenzo say makes for a good veggie burger? Does Frank raise his own cows? Answers await you.
How-ToWe challenged 50 people to make the seminal snack of campouts and sleepovers, crunchy and gooey s'mores. Who knew what they were doing and who just made a mess? Break out the blowtorches, kids - we're toasting marshmallows tonight!
EntertainingOn today's episode of Kids Try, we present a century's worth of popular fried foods to our precocious panel. From vegetable tempura to carnival-style corn dogs, watch as they challenge their taste buds and broaden their horizons.
How-ToWe challenged chefs of three different skill levels - an amateur, a home cook, and a professional - to make a batch of chicken wings. Once each of them had served up their spicy offering, we brought in a food scientist to lay down some knowledge. Whose wings really took off? Find out on this episode of 4 Levels. Check out the Level 3 recipe on the ICE blog: https://www.ice.edu/blog/korean-chicken-wings-kimchi-gochujang
EntertainingIn this episode of 'Price Points,' Epicurious challenges butter expert Josh Windsor to guess which one of two butter selections is more expensive. Josh, Assistant Caves Manager at Murray's Cheese in Long Island City, explains what goes into making different types of butter, the differences in how it’s packaged and sold, and how to tell whether you’re working with a budget butter or the cream of the crop.
How-ToFor this episode of Basic Skills Challenge, we asked 50 people to each make a tart and delicious cranberry sauce to accompany our holiday dinner plates. Though some of us may actually prefer the jellied stuff that comes from a can, it's hard to argue with the appeal of freshly made cranberry sauce - that is, when it comes out right. Who had the know-how to conjure up the bossest sauce?
How-ToWe challenged chefs of three different skill levels - an amateur, a home cook, and a professional - to make a pot of chili. Once each was simmered to perfection, we asked a food scientist to review their work. Whose chili earned top marks? Find out on this episode of 4 Levels. Check out the level 3 recipe on the ICE blog: https://www.ice.edu/blog/seafood-white-bean-chilli-recipe
How-ToFor this Basic Skills Challenge, we asked 50 people to break down and butcher a chicken for cooking. Who came through in the cluck? Who chickened out? Sorry - we'll stop. Get your cleavers ready, this one is going to get messy.
How-ToSharpen your knives and come to attention because class is in session! Join chef Frank Proto from the Institute of Culinary Education as he shares a comprehensive look at slicing fruits both large and small, from the tough to the exceedingly tender. Watch Frank peel, dice, hammer, and chop his way across the produce aisle and learn the skills you need to slice any fruit your sweet tooth desires.
How-ToSimple. Filling. Portable. Our love for the humble burrito knows no bounds. Most people would jump at the chance to eat one, but how many amongst us can perfectly roll a flour tortilla filled to capacity with delicious ingredients? We challenged 50 people to make a burrito for us on camera - check out the results.