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PARIS (AP) — French celebrity chef Alain Ducasse on Thursday unveiled a novel air ventilation system in one of his smallest Parisian restaurants to try to overcome the distancing restrictions related to the coronavirus. The system, which has cost 50,000 euros to install at the...

Are you facing trouble with cooking and other important stuff? Stop investing all your time in preparing food and try these quick pressure cooker recipes. ...

Quick Recipes: Today we have compiled some easy and super instant Sooji aka Semolina recipes that you can prepare for breakfasts or for evening snacks. Third of Sooji...

Chia Seeds Recipes: Here's everything you need to know about the superfood and some interesting and healthy recipes. Chia seeds are one of the healthiest foods we have...

Can a kid, who is just a year old, can cook? If you are saying no, then you have to check this one-year-old's Instagram account....

On this week's episode of "What's Eric Eating," chef Austin Simmons joins CultureMap food editor Eric Sandler to discuss the various steps he's taken at his two restaurants in The Woodlands, Tris and The Kitchen,...

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, a wave of dine-in bans and stay-at-home orders over the past month have turned the dining industry on its side. Even the country’s most lauded restaurants, those with Michelin stars and months-long waiting lists, haven’t been immune to the...

I am a chef and the kitchen is the axis of our home. I am happiest in an apron, with the radio on, something to cook and people to feed. Bring my children into the mix and this is where the fun really starts. Grace, Ivy...

Versions of this flatbread can be found all over the Middle East. Making your own bread is wonderfully relaxing, but the hardest part is waiting for it to be cool enough to eat! Prep time: 30 minutes, plus 1 hour 30 minutes rising time | Cooking time: 15-20...