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Clothesline Bacon, French Cream served with fresh fruit, Sour Cream Biscuits, and Gratin of Eggs and Things are on the menu for Paula Deen in Fox Nation’s special Mother’s Day edition of “At Home with Paula Deen.” 

The celebrity chef traveled to her hometown of Albany, Georgia to her Aunt Peggy’s house to cook a special Mother’s Day meal for her aunt and friend Susan “Bubbles” Green, both of whom Deen said were key supporters of her success. 

Deen started with her Sour Cream Biscuits, which she said had been part of her repertoire for decades, and are

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Ballston Quarter’s Zofia’s Kitchen (4238 Wilson Blvd) is cooking up a limited edition batch of Star Wars-themed snacks, and missing out would be a Wookie mistake.

The restaurant is operating with limited staff but said in a press release that they decided to go all in on “May the Fourth” — a sort of quasi-holiday for Star Wars fans on May 4 rooted in a “May the Force be with you” pun.

“Zofia’s has decided to embrace its inner culinary nerd by going all-out for the International Geek Holiday that is May the Fourth by offering limited edition pierogi made

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Cooking can be tricky when you can not find the ingredients you normally use to make a meal. Many people face that very problem in Cuba, where the COVID-19 crisis has worsened food shortages in the country.

But now, they can find help just a computer link away on the Facebook page “Recipes from the Heart.” Cuban Yuliet Colón is one of the page creators.

Colón guides Cubans on how to use the foods available to them to make the meals they love. She can help users make a sweet treat with the eggs they happen to find, or replace

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Kosher cookbook author Paula Shoyer was admittedly late to the Instant Pot game.

The Washington, DC-based kosher chef had resisted buying one of the electronic multicookers, mostly because she did not feel like making space for it in her appliance-crowded kitchen.

When she finally gave in, and discovered the game-changing methods of the combined pressure cooker and slow cooker, Shoyer was hooked. The appliance and how to put it to good use became the topic of her latest cookbook, “Instant Pot Kosher Cookbook” (Sterling Books).

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  • Chef and Food Network star Guy Fieri is known for his shows like “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.”
  • While partnering with King’s Hawaiian, Fieri told Insider his biggest tips for beginner home cooks.
  • Make sure to use high-quality ingredients and be adventurous with your pantry staples.
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It’s no secret Guy Fieri is a household name and foodie icon.

In addition to presenting successful TV franchises like “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” the chef has given back to his communities in several ways, from donating over $25 million to restaurant workers during the coronavirus pandemic to operating

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When COVID-19 shutdowns hit in March 2020, Mike Winneker, a hotel executive sous chef, found himself without work for the first time in years. Between caring for a 6-year-old son and waiting for unemployment benefits, days now spent at home in Scottsdale were stressful.

One night in June, Winneker, 33, cooked up some tacos with beef chuck and beef cheeks. Seeing what a large quantity he had, he came up with the idea of selling tacos. His first test run was a post on the NextDoor app offering brisket barbacoa tacos in his driveway. Winneker decided he would only do

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