The cream of the crop of the culinary world go head-to-head as they are put to the test to produce the most crowd-pleasing dishes in local farmers’ markets on Cooking Channel’s newest action-packed, half-hour cooking competition, Farmers’ Market Flip.
With year-to-date ratings gains, Food Network and Cooking Channel up the ante in 2017 and together will introduce nearly 50 new series and specials along with 40returning favorites, as presented during Scripps Networks Interactive's upfront tour.
On the new Season of Tia Mowry at Home, beginning on Sunday, January 8 at 8:30pm ET/5:30pm PT on Cooking Channel, Tia Mowry serves up easy-to-make, flavor-packed recipes with a side of entertainment and laughter.
With only 12 hours and $35 in his pocket, food blogger Ali Khan continues his search for the best Cheap Eats for breakfast, lunch, a snack, and dinner in cities across the county. Premieres Dec. 1at 10pm ET/7pm PT on Cooking Channel.
Cooking Channel is jumping right into the Thanksgiving spirit this November, starting with a special episode of UpRooted where host Sarah Sharratt puts a French twist on a classic American holiday on Nov. 5.Then, Tia Mowry is opening up her home for the holidays with a special Thanksgiving-themed Tia Mowry at Home on Nov. 13
Host Michael McKean returns to explore age-old food adages such as "do carrots really improve our eyesight," "did salt win the Civil War," and more in the second season of 'Food: Fact or Fiction?' premiering October 24th on Cooking Channel
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