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Nachos: You're Eating it Wrong

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Sharing a plate of nachos not only requires proper etiquette, but it also requires strong moral character. Dan Pashman enlists etiquette expert, Thomas Farley, to determine how you can eat nachos without losing friends.

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And don't forget to check out Thomas Farley here: http://whatmannersmost.com

Dan Pashman and his band of research assistants discover new and inventive ways to eat pizza, wings, falafel and more, making snacking a cleaner, more efficient and more enjoyable experience. Show less
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Dan Pashman's Newest Original Web Series: You're Eating it Wrong Play

Dan Pashman and his band of research assistants discover new and inventive ways to eat pizza, wings, falafel and more, making snacking a cleaner, more efficient and more enjoyable experience.

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Cooking Channel hosts are on a mission to discover the most innovative food and unwrap the stories behind them. Follow this new series to unravel the inspiration behind the work of some of the most influential chefs in America.

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Are you tired of the endless researching to learn how to prepare, cook, store, and shop for your favorite foods? Using the knowledge of experienced chefs, the Cooking Channel has created an entire Foodtopia of culinary guides just to make your life in the kitchen a whole lot easier. So just sit back, relax and learn everything you need to know about your favorite everyday foods.

For recipes and more: http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/shows/ingredient-intel.html

Good To Know: How-To, Entertaining and Everyday Hacks Play

Make your life easier and more fun with Cooking Channel's original web series Good to Know. Hosts Dan Pashman and Laurie March offer up how-to's, DIYs and hacks to simplify and inspire your time spent in the kitchen and around the house. Whether you're firing up the grill, entertaining for the holidays or spring-cleaning your kitchen, we've got solutions that you'll find good to know.

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Sasheer Zamata's on Saturday Night Live so We're Featuring Her Best Fodder Moments Here Play

New York comedian Sasheer Zamata will soon be the first black female Saturday Night Live cast member since Maya Rudolph left five years ago. This is great news for people who are into things like laughing. She's a seasoned stand up and has her own improv group, but — most importantly — she's also on the cast of Fodder, the world's funniest food sketch comedy show ever made.

Watch more Fodder here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCF634F2322C1D4C6
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And check out our blog too: http://blog.cookingchanneltv.com/2014/01/06/sasheer-zamatas-­saturday-night-live-best-food-videos/

Sasheer on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SasheerZamata
Sasheer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/@thesheertruth

Stupidly Simple Snacks Play

Stupidly Simple Snacks is the creation of NYC writer and blogger Amy Cao (AmyBlogsChow.com) to show viewers what to cook when they can't. Amy tackles easy dishes that both novice and expert cooks can enjoy using basic kitchen equipment and ingredients you can easily get at most grocery stores. Learn the story behind Amy's snack videos and follow her food adventures in New York and beyond on cookingchanneltv.com.

Watch more episodes here: http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/shows/stupidly-simple-snacks­.html

Amy Cao on Cooking Channel TV: http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/chefs/amy-cao.html

Amy Cao on Twitter: twitter.com/amycao

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Cooking Channel Battles: Pairing your favorite Food Network and Cooking Channel talent against each other in a culinary death match. Well, not really.

A new battle every Friday!

Who do you want to see battle? Let us know in the comments below, on Facebook or on Twitter.

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Find the funny in food with Fodder, an original sketch comedy series that points the camera at our culture's growing obsession with all things edible. This smart and savvy parody takes on restaurants, bars, food entertainment and more as it explores why we just can't stop talking about our food.

New episodes EVERY MONDAY!

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Recipe 101 is your classroom for learning easy-to-do recipes from your favorite Cooking Channel chefs. In only 101 seconds you will learn everything you need to know about a recipe from what ingredients to buy to the proper cooking techniques you should practice. The expansion of your culinary knowledge is just a click away with new episodes every Wednesday!
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