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Cooking with Emeril Returns!

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Looking for delicious one-pot meal suggestions for the fall?  Tune in today as chef Emeril Lagasse returns to Martha Stewart Living Radio’s airwaves for a special live broadcast [&hellip…

How to Cook a Seafood Feast with Emeril and Dave Pasternack

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Today Emeril sat down with fellow chef and fishing enthusiast Dave Pasternack of New York City’s Esca and Il Pesce restaurants to talk about cooking the traditional Feast [&hellip…

Emeril Learns About Mexican Christmas Traditions with Chef Zarela Martinez

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Today on “Cooking with Emeril,” we got a lesson in Mexican Christmas traditions – and a whole lot of glorious tamales – from the woman who put authentic [&hellip…

Stephanie Izard Gets Another Goat, Returns to TV, Confesses Love for Chickpeas

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The first thing you should know is that Stephanie Izard’s name doesn’t rhyme with “lizard,” it starts with “eye.” Now that we cleared that up, you should also [&hellip…

Holiday Recipe Help from Emeril, Jessica Theroux, and Twelve Italian Grandmothers

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Jessica Theroux’s beautiful new book Cooking with Italian Grandmothers is a cookbook/scrapbook/travelogue that chronicles a year spent in Italy cooking alongside twelve remarkable women who shared their lives, [&hellip…

Joan Nathan Joins Emeril to Talk about Jewish Cooking in France, Favorite Hanukkah Recipes, and Riding on Motorcycles with Chefs

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Joan Nathan will stop at nothing for a good recipe. Her latest cookbook, Quiches, Kugels, and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France, is not only packed [&hellip…

Emeril Avec Eric!

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Today Emeril was joined by chef, restaurateur, TV host, cookbook author, and sometime fellow radio host Eric Ripert. They talked about everything from growing up in the Mediterranean [&hellip…

Take a Tour of Edible Schoolyard New Orleans

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New Orleans had a lot of rebuilding to do after Hurricane Katrina, literally and spiritually. The Edible Schoolyard at Samuel J. Green Charter School shines as an example [&hellip…