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As we prepare to forge ahead in the New Year, we take time for one last look back at 2011, and present our top ten favorite recipes of 2011 created in the Kitchens of The Food Channel, as chosen by our chefs and staff.
Here are some highlights, but you’re going to want to see the full list, so be sure to check that out.
Stay Tuned for Pitch Place Voting
Thanks to everyone who entered our Food Channel Pitch Place contest. The Food Channel team is now going through the entries to choose the finalists. Then from January 18 through February 8, you will be able to vote for your favorite video, and from that a winner will be chosen to become our next video food star. So hold tight and make sure to check out the latest on our Facebook page.
With January in full swing many of us have probably already broken those unrealistic New Year’s resolutions. Here’s a simple one that perhaps we can actually keep: a vow to eat a little better in 2012.
One of the healthiest foods you can eat is oatmeal, and since January is National Oatmeal Month, now is the perfect time to dig into that wholesome morning meal.
While you’re enjoying and feeling your oats, check out the oatmeal tidbits we’ve uncovered courtesy of Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods. Be sure to scroll down to the Related Recipes section for some oat-centric serving suggestions that’ll give your oatmeal extra oomph.
Lately we’ve been hearing calls for greater civility in matters of public discourse. Along with that we ask, how about a return to proper etiquette and table manners?
We recently turned to old friend and etiquette expert Emily Post for a refresher course and put together a list of some of the most common questions we get asked on this subject, including…
For the answers, click here.
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