Instead of purchasing a jar of salsa at the grocery store, pick up the ingredients and make your own tomato salsa at home. With the help of a food processor, delicious homemade salsa comes together in a matter of minutes. Want to learn how it's done? Check out the video now! Then, after you've watched it, print out the recipe.
We thought there was nothing more enviable about Mario Batali than his signature orange clogs — that is, until we saw his kitchen. On Monday's The Chew, the Italian culinary maestro offers a lens into his home life, showing off an enviably enormous cooking space with not one, but two stoves (one for baking and roasting and the other for keeping things warm). Keep watching to spot his kitchen quirks, learn about the most important appliance in his house, and learn all about his favorite room in Casa Batali.
2-year-old William Stokkebroe sure knows how to wow — and work — a crowd! In this video from Scandanavia, the toddler shows off moves he's learned from his parents, jiving and singing along to Elvis's "Jailhouse Rock" as the crowd cheers him on.
Be sure to watch to the end — the little guy takes a proud bow when the song finishes.
Still not sure what you are going to serve on Sunday? How about dip? It's an easy crowd-pleaser that's finger-licking good — and we've got three awesome variations for you to choose from. There's chili con carne for the meat lovers, guacamole for the traditionalists, and pizza dip for those who want to serve something fabulously unexpected. Watch the video now to learn how to make all three!
For all the debate of parents who have a favorite child, it's tots who clearly have a preference — especially when they're young! Whether it's the only name they can clearly say or it's just the parent they feel closest too, new moms and dads often turn it into a game directly asking tots to name their favorite. In case you haven't seen seen it yet, watch as one dad got more than he bargained for when he interrogated lil Maddie on camera. The dad can't even get through the question before his lil one blurts out her answer — and let's just say it isn't the answer he hoped for. This tyke is already a candidate for our favorite kid video of the year!
In January 2011, Food Network host Paula Deen appeared on The View to promote her new children's cookbook. Those who caught it know that it wasn't pretty to watch. Put the sassy Paula Deen and the straight-laced Barbara Walters together, and you get an uncomfortable dynamic.
As the ladies of The View sit behind a stupendous spread of fried chicken and other Southern comforts, Paula licks strawberry cake off her fingers and pictures of macaroni and cheese grace the background. Walters then forces the queen of Southern cuisine to answer a rather serious question:
This is a cookbook for kids. Obesity is the number one problem for kids today. Everything you have here is enormously fattening. You tell kids to have cheesecake for breakfast . . . Does it bother you that you are adding to it? No? Not at all?
Stunned, Deen bumbles something about moderation — "you know, we don't eat this every day" — to an unconvinced Walters.
Don't you love looking at pictures and videos of your kids? A mom on YouTube has created a video that has us inspired to think creatively about all the pictures and videos we take. She's created this charming music video to showcase how much her two-year-old loves dancing.
The mom ("Gregarious Peach") says it was easy — she simply wove together all the clips from an eight-month period that she'd tagged with the word "dance."
Video may have killed the radio star, but it's launching the careers of quite a few babies. Armed with smartphones and handheld cameras at all times, Mom and Dad are ready to capture their lil one's funniest outtakes at all times. This may have been the year of the breakout YouTube kid star, as the tots in the following videos became overnight sensations while just doing their thing! Check out our favorite videos of the year, and tell us which takes the prize in the comments below!
Ten years ago, Emeril Lagasse was one of the world's first celebrity chefs and today, he's still a culinary trendsetter. Recently, we sat down with the chef for a quick chat about the direction of the food scene. To find out what food trend he's loving at the moment, watch the video!
The astronauts aboard the International Space Station have shared some amazing images of Earth from their extreme bird's-eye view from space. This video taken by astronaut Mike Fossum shows the journey of a Progress re-supply ship back toward Earth, where it is naturally and purposefully destroyed when entering the atmosphere.
Progress ships are used solely to ferry goods to the space station, so instead of leaving them in orbit to become space junk, they are sped down upon re-entry and burn up in the Earth's atmosphere, which is what's seen in NASA's footage below.