Food Ina Garten's New Show Returns To Food Network
Ina Garten’s Most Fabulous Moments on ‘Barefoot Contessa’
<p>Whether you’re an Ina newbie or a Garten diehard, here are the episodes to consider when planning a Barefoot Contessa marathon.<br></p>A guide for fans of the show and Ina newbies alike.
The Barefoot Contessa's back in the kitchen, only this time, she's less concerned about helping you prepare a complete meal for your next Hamptons-y clambake orand more about leveling up your cooking skills. In the new season of Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like A Pro - which premieres this Sunday at noon EST - Ina Garten focuses on teaching us mere mortals the culinary techniques she's developed over 35 years in the business. Because yes, there is a right way to chop an onion, and it's about time you learned it.
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Garten considers the show a "back to basics" - with a twist. "What I find is when I cook with other people, they're surprised by certain things that I don't even think about," she told. "Like, 'Oh, we never knew you could cut corn off the cob by putting it on a clean kitchen towel so it doesn't bounce all over the place.'"
Ina Garten dishes out love (and food) advice after 49 years of marriage
<p>She cooks for him just to bring a smile to his face. If that's not love, I don't know what is.</p>Everyone has a classic love story that shapes their perception of romance: You know, like Romeo and Juliet, Jack and Rose, Oprah and Stedman, Selena and Justin, Elio and Oliver, Beyonce and Jay-Z, Megan and Harry. But, for me, it's always been Ina and Jeffrey.
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Garten's not going to get super chef-y about it. After all, this is the woman who's known for the phrase, "if you can't find ____________, ___________ will do." (Even if some of us internalize that to mean, "If you can't harvest, grow, and massage your own baby kale over the next decade, store-bought will do, you lazy ne'er-do-well!" Which is not at all what Garten intends, but still. Still.)
Why Ina Garten Named Her Show 'Barefoot Contessa'
"So many people ask, 'What does Barefoot Contessa mean?'" "So many people ask, 'What does Barefoot Contessa mean?'" begins Ina Garten's latest blog post. If you're one of the many Ina fans who have asked that very question, you might already know the direct origin: Ina named her show and cookbook franchise after East Hampton kitchen store, and it's also the name of a 1954 movie starring Ava Garten and Humfry Bogart.
"I always try to use ingredients that you can get anywhere in the country," she told the magazine. Cook Like A Pro won't be any different, and the techniques themselves will all be "simple," so even amateurs can master them.
Upcoming episodes focus on baking bread, cooking with Parmesan cheese, whipping up boozy desserts, and techniques for make-ahead breakfasts.
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Giada De Laurentiis Thinks This Is the Most Underrated Region in Italy .
<p>Food Network star recently gave an interview with The New York Times, in which she revealed her secrets for traveling and eating in Italy.</p>With the release of her new cookbook, Giada’s Italy, Giada De Laurentiis has solidified herself as one of the foremost experts on Italian food cooking today. She’s an expert in enjoying a life of luxury and leisure, and if you want to learn to do the same, you might want to listen to what she has to say. Thankfully, the Food Network star recently gave an interview with The New York Times, in which she revealed her secrets for traveling and eating in Italy.
‘Barefoot Contessa’ Ina Garten’s Filet Mignon With Mushroom Sauce | TODAY
Ina Garten, host of Food Network's “Barefoot Contessa,” has a new cookbook, “Cooking for Jeffrey,” featuring the recipes her husband of 48 years requests most often. She joins Matt...
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