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The entire Internet exploded in collective laughter when Seth Meyers aired his latest "Day Drinking" segment with none other than the Barefoot Contessa—the pair headed to the Corner Bistro in Lower Manhattan and downed so many cocktails, we lost count. But these weren't any old cocktails; Garten and Meyers made classic drinks, from a Pimm's cup to a whiskey sour, straight out of the Barefoot Contessa cookbooks.

You'll certainly enjoy some laughs while watching the segment—where, among other games, Seth makes Ina take part in a taste test of Arby's horseradish sauce—but, if you watch closely, you'll learn a thing or two about how Garten nails classic cocktails.

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In one part of the segment, Meyers and Garten head to the bar and attempt to make the best version of a Barefoot Contessa cocktail—each armed with a recipe card, and a divider between them to keep things fair. It should come as no surprise that Garten made the better cocktails, but you may be surprised to learn that she uses a measuring cup when making cocktails for the best result.

"I have a measuring cup, I brought my own," Ina says, pouring vodka directly into the measuring cup. "That's the problem with you cookbook people," Meyers replies.

Of course, cocktail recipes call for specific portions—but Meyers shows how easy it is for people to "eyeball" the quantity called for in a recipe… and Ina's face as she tries his concoctions illustrates how easy it is to get it wrong.

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At Cooking Light, we ran a monthly column where one of our nutritionists carefully curated cocktails that, in addition to being delicious, also provide a health boost. Our test kitchen editors know all too well that even a teaspoon more of liquor could completely throw a cocktail's flavor profile out of whack, and also derail the nutritional value of a drink—resulting in more calories, and a less healthy cocktail.

Ina Garten certainly knows how to hack her way through classic recipes, but this settles it: Even the Barefoot Contessa doesn't "eyeball" liquor, and neither should you. Armed with a measuring cup, you can expertly tackle all 22 of our favorite cocktails—including these four mood-boosting drinks that can help you get through the rest of winter with ease.


The Best Kitchen Tools We Bought for Less Than $50 in 2019

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If you love cooking as much as Food Network staffers, you’d probably agree with us when we say you can’t have too much of a good thing, especially when it comes to kitchen tools. Whether you have three favorite spatulas or swear by that one wooden spoon your mom gave you years ago, the right tool makes a world of difference when it comes to whipping together the perfect dish.

Because we're always on the hunt for the best kitchen tools, we asked Food Network staffers to share the very best tool they bought during 2019. Read on to see if your personal favorite made the list — or what you need to add to your cart come 2020.

Stasher Snack Bags

I’ll never get over Stasher bags. They’re the solution to wasteful, single-use plastic zip top bags. These reusable bags are made of silicone and — even better than your regular old plastic bag — can be frozen, boiled and even baked in the oven! Plus, they come in so many cute colors and sizes. I take a snack-sized bag full of apple slices to work every day. I just bought four more for my kitchen!

- Maggie Wong, Associate Editor, Snapchat

Donxote Cooking Chopsticks

I often grab these extra-long wooden chopsticks instead of tongs. You can easily (and safely) move around frying food, use them to mix up a stir fry and lift and remove cooked food from a skillet or baking sheet. They can beat eggs and mix together batter. Also, you can use them as serving utensils.

- Leah Brickley, Senior Editor

OXO Good Grips Cookie Press

After years of trying and failing to make spritz cookies with an old cookie press, I bought the OXO cookie press and took Vivian Chan's Butter Spritz Cookies class on the Food Network Kitchen app with my son for Christmas cooking baking last weekend — I felt like a superhero when the cookies came out in cute shapes with a tender crumb. The tool zapped each little tree onto the cookie sheet without a mess and was easy for him to use and feel like he was on Chopped Junior. Best $30 I’ve spent on a cooking gadget in a while and worth the smiles.

- Debra Puchalla, SVP, Digital Programming & Video, Food

Chocolate Deco Pens

I love decorating cookies, especially around Christmas time. Sugar cookies, gingerbread people, shortbread — you name them, I’m making them. But I’ll be the first person to admit that I don’t have the steadiest of hands when it comes to pipping icing. Most times I squeeze my pipping bag wayyy too hard resulting in more of a mess than a masterpiece. That’s why I love these miniature decorating pens from Williams Sonoma. Each one is filled with color-tinted white chocolate and has an extra fine tip to give you the most precise lines, swirls and whirls with every squeeze. I always have two boxes in my cabinet for when I get inspired and can’t wait to use them while watching Dana Beninati’s Melting Snowman Bark class on the new Food Network Kitchen app.

- Michelle Baricevic, Online Editorial Coordinator - Food Network Magazine

OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Grater with Container

I upgraded my cheese grater this year — it’s something I should have done years ago (we eat a lot of cheese in my house — I wrote a whole book about it!), but I don’t like to replace kitchen items that aren’t broken. When I saw this one, I realized how silly my old grater was, with its metal bottom that scratched surfaces, and I’d dirty an extra plate that I’d use to catch the cheese every time I grated. I love the cheese-catcher/container on this one, which also comes with a lid so I can grate and refrigerate. No wonder it's our top cheese grater pick!

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Nifty Home Countertop Appliance Rolling Tray

When I was in high school, my parents surprised me with a Kitchen Aid stand mixer and it’s been my favorite kitchen appliance ever since. However, I absolutely hate dragging it out of the cabinet and trying to move it on the counters — it’s both heavy and clunky, which makes it difficult to move, awkward to clean and so-not-ideal for everyday use. However, my mom solved all those problems when she bought me these countertop appliance trays. This tiny tray is the perfect size to hold my stand mixer and it’s incredibly easy to roll on the countertops without scratching the surface. Pro tip? It’s also great for moving around your Instant Pot!

- Leah Scalzadonna, Associate Editor

KitchenAid 3.5 Cup Food Chopper

This year I invested in a mini food processor by KitchenAid. It’s the perfect size for storing in my tiny kitchen but can still hold up to 3.5 cups, making pesto and hummus a breeze. This model comes in four fun colors, as well as has two speeds for coarse or fine results. And the best part of all, it’s under $50!

- Amanda Neal, Recipe Developer

Mercer Culinary Hell's Handle Fish Turner

This year, I picked up this small fish spatula, which is only 6 inches long. I find it so much more handy and versatile than the 9-inch one I already owned. The larger size always felt a little more unwieldy and clumsy it couldn’t pick up one cookie off a sheet pan without bashing into another, and felt too big for flipping pork chops or pieces of salmon in a crowded pan. In this case, smaller is mightier, and I think you’ll find yourself reaching for it for so much more than fish.

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I started with just a few POP containers and now have a pantry full of them. These guys have totally transformed my kitchen into something Instagram-worthy — not to mention highly-organized. They come in a range of sizes and styles, and I use them to store everything from pasta and coffee to chips and granola bars. Paired with all the amazing accessories, plus some labels for expiration dates and cooking times (pasta, lentils, rice), my pantry has never looked better!

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Fresh citrus juice is the secret to pretty much every dish and drink I make, and this citrus press is the secret to making that juice happen. Since picking it up, I’ve become a veritable lemonade stand (also serving lemon-ginger tea, margaritas, chicken Francese, lemon bars, my go-to vinaigrette…). This handy little juicer gets a better workout than anything else in my kitchen. I’ve tried a lot of presses over the years, and this is the first not to start immediately losing its finish (like the aluminum ones I’ve tried) or dropping seeds through the juice slits. Lemon is liquid sunshine, especially at this time of year, and this little press ensures constant rays.


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Best Bone-in Chicken Breast Recipes

What is your favorite easy-to-make, relatively healthy and lip-smacking delicious dish? For me it would be a bone-in chicken breast served over a bed of Italian pasta, sprinkled with freshly grated Parmesan cheese, a touch of basil infused olive oil and a dash of balsamic vinegar. It’s a winner every time.

I will pick a bone-in chicken breast over a skinless, boneless breast eight times out of ten. The reason is simple – it tastes better. The fat from skin adds flavor, and the skin itself protects the delicate white meat from drying out.

The bone, contrary to popular belief, does not make the meat more flavorful. What it does is it, similar to skin, protects the meat and helps keep it moist and juicy. Serious Eats and Amazing Ribs have both concluded that bones in meat do not add flavor but act as a barrier for moisture. I’ve done a number of side-by-side tests and I am convinced, bone-in, skin-on just tastes better. Bone-in, skin-on breasts are also more forgiving and give you a better chance at success.

There are some great skinless chicken breast recipes out there that produce a very flavorful and succulent breast, like this slow baked chicken breast recipe, but the majority of the time bone-in, skin-on beats skinless in the flavor and juiciness department.

Here is my collection of the absolute best bone-in chicken breast recipes that never cease to impress. Even the most picky eaters are guaranteed to be satisfied.

Crispy Oven Roasted Bone-In Chicken Breast

This oven roasted bone-in chicken breast is crispy-skinned, tender and juicy on the inside, and very flavorful. It’s very easy to make and practically impossible to mess up. This one is my all-time favorite recipes and everyone who tried it fell in love with it immediately.

Pan-Seared Oven Baked Chicken Breast

This pan-seared then baked chicken is well-browned, flavorful and very moist. It so delicious that you may very well eat it on its own. I like the simplicity of its preparation.

Scrumptious Baked Chicken Breast

This baked chicken breast is one of the easiest to make, and one of the best tasting chicken breasts. This is probably my most favorite baked chicken breast recipe due to its simplicity, effortlessness and great results. The best part, it’s almost impossible to mess up. Even if you are a novice cook.

Baked Marinated Chicken Breast

With a strong hint of Asian flavors, this marinated chicken breast will appeal to any taste. It’s very easy to make and packs so much flavor! I called it Asian Delight.

Italian Dressing Chicken

Two simple ingredients is all you need to make this delicious dish. That’s what Italian dressing chicken breast is all about – simple, quick and ridiculously delicious. Even if you have no cooking experience, or even any desire to cook, you can make this dish and still impress just about anyone.

Smoked Bone-in Chicken Breast

There are two fundamental challenges with making smoked chicken breast – dry meat and rubbery, tough skin. But fear not, those two challenges can be easily overcome with the addition of a couple of simple steps – searing the skin side prior to smoking and cooking to a lower internal temperature, which is perfectly safe as long as you keep the chicken at that lower temperature for a minimum specified amount of time. The result is tender, succulent smoked chicken breast that sports tender and very tasty skin.

Roasted Chicken with Lemon and Rosemary

This zippy, easy to make roasted lemon and rosemary chicken gets me super excited every time I make it. I love its lightness and summery brightness. Skin-on chicken breasts and lemon go so well together as the acidity of the lemon perfectly balances out the fat in the chicken skin. For the same reason it goes really well with rich (but so tasty) hibachi rice.

Baked Bone-In Chicken Breast with Goat Cheese and Basil

This is one of Ina Garten’s awesome chicken recipes – bone-in chicken breast with herbed cheese. It’s simple, yet ridiculously delicious. Goat cheese adds a wonderful tang and creaminess to white chicken meat. It makes you wonder why would you ever eat chicken breast any other way. All you need is skin-on, bone-in chicken breasts, goat cheese and fresh basil. And some salt, pepper and a little bit of good quality olive oil to season them.

Baked Bone-In Lemon Garlic Chicken

This Lemon Garlic Chicken is scrumptious and packs a lot of flavor. The ingredients work really well together and offer a bright, well-balanced taste. I’ve tried many lemon chicken recipes, but this one truly hits the spot. It’s citrus-y and garlic-y. It’s absolutely delicious. A must try!

Looking for even more great bone-in chicken breast recipes? Check out these tried and true recipes:


Recipe Summary

  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, cut into pieces
  • 1 teaspoon sugar (optional)
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 5 large eggs
  • No-Fuss Pastry Cream

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper.

In a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, combine butter, sugar, salt and 1 cup water. Bring to a boil and quickly stir in the flour with a wooden spoon. Continue to stir until a film forms on the bottom of the pan.

Remove from heat and transfer contents to a bowl to cool slightly, about 3 minutes. Add 4 eggs, one at a time, stirring vigorously to entirely incorporate egg after each addition.

For the egg wash, whisk together the remaining egg with 1 tablespoon water. Set aside.

Transfer the pate a choux to a large pastry bag fitted with a 5/8-inch plain tip. Pipe 1-1/2-inch rounds onto each prepared pan. Gently smooth the pointed peaks with a moistened finger, rounding tops to ensure even rising. Brush tops with reserved egg wash. Bake until puffs rise and are golden brown, about 30 minutes. Let cool on sheets on wire racks. Puffs can be stored at room temperature for up to 1 day.

Transfer pastry cream to a pastry bag fitted with a 1/8-inch plain round tip. Insert the tip into the opening of each pastry, and pipe to fill with pastry cream. Serve immediately.


What Ina Garten is known for—on her Food Network show and in her three previous bestselling books—is adding a special twist to familiar dishes, while also streamlining the recipes so you spend less time in the kitchen but still emerge with perfection. And that’s exactly what she offers in Barefoot in Paris. Ina’s kir royale includes the unique addition of raspberry liqueur—a refreshing alternative to the traditional crème de cassis. Her vichyssoise is brightened with the addition of zucchini, and her chocolate mousse is deeply flavored with the essence of orange. All of these dishes are true to their Parisian roots, but all offer something special—and are thoroughly delicious, completely accessible, and the perfect fare for friends and family.

Born in Italy, Giada was raised in Los Angeles by a gregarious Italian family. While her grandmother, aunt, and mother brought her up on generations-old recipes, Giada also became enamored with the bright and clean flavors of California’s abundant seasonal fruits and vegetables. Giada at Home presents recipes from both traditions, all with Giada’s signature style. She shares classic Italian recipes passed down through the years, like cheese-stuffed dates wrapped in salty prosciutto, creamy risotto with the earthy and deep flavors of mushrooms and gorgonzola, and lamb chops basted with honey and balsamic vinegar. New family favorites include grilled asparagus and melon, game hens roasted with citrus and herbs, and a sorbet made with pomegranate and mint, all bursting with fresh, vibrant flavors.

No meal would be complete without the company of family and Giada particularly enjoys bringing her loved ones together over meals. For the first time, she incorporates her go-to brunch recipes—what she cooks when setting up a feast on her back patio for everyone on weekend mornings—from Jade-approved Panini, with gooey mozzarella, luscious raspberries, and a sprinkling of brown sugar, to Todd’s favorite pancetta-studded waffles scented with cinnamon.

No matter which recipe you choose—classic or contemporary—Giada at Home makes gathering the favorite people in your life for fabulous weeknight meals and family celebrations delicious and easy.

For Giada De Laurentiis, pasta has always been one of the great pleasures of the table: it’s healthy and delicious it can be light and delicate or rich and hearty it’s readily available and easy to prepare—everything you want in a meal. And nothing satisfies a craving for Italian food quite like it! In Everyday Pasta, Giada invites you to share her love of this versatile staple with more than a hundred brand-new recipes for pasta dishes, as well as for complementary sauces, salads, and sides tempting enough to bring the whole family to the dinner table.

Without forgetting about the classics we all love, Giada makes the most of the many varieties of pasta available to create recipes that combine familiar flavors in exciting new ways.

Although most of these dishes are all-in-one meals in themselves, Giada also supplies recipes for her favorite appetizers, side dishes, and salads to round them out.

Whether you’re looking for a simple summer supper that makes the most of seasonal vegetables or seeking comfort in a pasta bowl on a cold winter’ s night, Everyday Pasta offers just the thing, including:

• Tuna, Green Bean, and Orzo Salad
• Crab Salad Napoleans with Fresh Pasta
• Roman-Style Fettuccini with Chicken
• Baked Pastina Casserole
• Tagliatelle with Short Ribs Ragou
• Spaghetti with Eggplant, Butternut Squash, and Shrimp

Trisha has that southern hospitality gene and she’s a big believer that cooking for someone else is an act of love. From breakfasts in bed to hearty casseroles and festive holiday meals, Trisha’s delicious recipes are dedicated to her loved ones, including her husband Garth Brooks (who’s her number one cooking fan and the contributor of a few knockout recipes of his own).

Trisha knows how good it feels to bring something to the table. It brings everyone closer together if they’ve had a hand in preparing a meal. These recipes all come with memories attached—of potlucks with good friends, church suppers, family fish fries, and beach picnics, Mother’s Day, and Christmas gatherings. Many are handed down from her mother, her aunts and cousins, or longtime friends, while others are her own contemporary improvisations on classic southern fare. Each one—whether a main dish, a tasty side, or a decadent dessert—comes with a heartwarming story from Trisha’s life that may remind you of some of your own favorite family foods, or inspire you to create new traditions.

You don’t have to be a southerner to enjoy Yearwood family specialties such as:

• Hot Corn Dip
• Cornbread Salad with French Dressing
• Baked Bean Casserole
• Jambalaya
• Pumpkin Roll
• Old Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake

Throughout the years that she has lived and worked in East Hampton, Ina Garten has catered and attended countless parties and dinners. She will be the first to tell you, though, that nothing beats a cozy dinner, surrounded by the people you love most, in the comfort that only your own home can provide. In Barefoot Contessa at Home, Ina shares her life in East Hampton, the recipes she loves, and her secrets to making guests feel welcome and comfortable.

For Ina, it’s friends and family–gathered around the dinner table or cooking with her in the kitchen–that really make her house feel like home. Here Ina offers the tried-and-true recipes that she makes over and over again because they’re easy, they work, and they’re universally loved. For a leisurely Sunday breakfast, she has Easy Cheese Danishes or Breakfast Fruit Crunch to serve with the perfect Spicy Bloody Mary. For lunch, she has classics with a twist, such as Tomato, Mozzarella, and Pesto Paninis and Old-Fashioned Potato Salad, which are simply delicious. Then there are Ina’s homey dinners–from her own version of loin of pork stuffed with sautéed fennel to the exotic flavors of Eli’s Asian Salmon. And since Ina knows no one ever forgets what you serve for dessert, she includes recipes for outrageously luscious sweets like Peach and Blueberry Crumble, Pumpkin Mousse Parfait, and Chocolate Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Icing.

Ina also lets readers in on her time-tested secrets for cooking and entertaining. Get the inside scoop on everything from what Ina considers when she’s designing a kitchen to menu-planning basics and how to make a dinner party fun (here’s a hint: it doesn’ t involve making complicated food!).


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4 center cut pork chops, 1 salt, to taste, 1 black pepper, to taste, 1 garlic powder, to taste, 1 fresh or dried rosemary, 3 tbsp olive oil, 1/4 cup any white wine.

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How Does Your Kitchen Compare to a Celebrity Chef’s?

Apparently, chef-approved kitchens have these 11 things in common.

Published on October 2, 2018

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Fact: Mediocre meals come out of mediocre spaces. While we’d like to think that all you need is the perfect recipe and the right tools to succeed in the kitchen, you’ll never nail a dish if your space isn’t primed for ultimate efficiency—and, ergo, great food. One thing you’ll never find a big-name chef cooking without? A well-designed kitchen.

While layout and aesthetic often determine a kitchen’s own individual identity, there are certain key elements that chef-worthy spaces always have in common. Enviable utensil organization, access to natural light, and smart appliances are three basics your favorite Food Network stars and other dedicated foodies swear by when it comes to the design of a kitchen. But if there’s one underlying rule of thumb to remember, it’s that function always comes first.

“ Just like with our restaurant projects, the priority and ultimate goal is always meeting the operational and functional needs before design and aesthetics, and making sure the client has everything they need, in its place,” says Philadelphia-based designer, Kate Rohrer, who designed the Center City loft of acclaimed restaurateurs, Valerie Safran and Marcie Turney. “With that foundation, we can confidently move forward knowing we have a solid base for the design features.”

Since we’ve already unpacked the anatomy of a celebrity home , it’s time to break down the essential makings of a celebrity kitchen—well, really, a celebrity chef’s kitchen . Thoughtful, unwaveringly practical, and essentially indestructible, their flawless cookhouses’ might just inspire your own. Ahead, we asked a handful of designers and chefs to tell us what makes a great chef’s kitchen. Here’s what they had to say.

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Clutter-Free Countertops

When you’ve spent a small fortune on your Calacatta marble countertops only to hide their beauty under a mess of miscellaneous kitchen clutter, you’re doing both your wallet and your kitchen a major disservice. Not only is it distracting to look at, but even the smallest of messes can make it harder to work—especially when you’re cooking on the fly. Think of organization as your secret sauce. Without it, your food is guaranteed to taste as bad as your kitchen looks.

“ For me, the countertop or backsplash doesn’t matter—though, I would say to stay away from anything with open cement lines, as food and drink particles will stain and the color will change. The key thing to having a fabulous kitchen that always makes cooking easier is to be organized,” says celebrity chef, event planner, and lifestyle/travel expert, Travis London . “Have everything lined up and in its proper place. If you’re organized, cooking with one hand and looking for a spice with your free hand will be easy. If everything is a mess, good luck.”

Start by identifying your weakest link: Do you need a rack to keep your spices from going astray? What about a pegboard to house your spatulas?) and toss anything you know you don’t need or use. Aside from daily messes, even everyday countertop appliances (think, your coffee maker and toaster) can start to look like clutter.

“In my 󈧶s-style ranch home, I have no room for clutter so I have a shelf that keeps the countertop appliances hidden. There’s also glass on my top cabinets to help make it look a lot more spacious,” says Claudette Zepeda Wilkins , the executive chef and partner behind El Jardín in San Diego, CA.

“The key thing to having a fabulous kitchen that always makes cooking easier is to be organized!”

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Proper Cookbook Storage

When we approach kitchen storage, we typically only think about pots, pans, and pantry staples. But have you ever given your cookbooks a second thought? After all, this is where the magic begins. Instead of relegating your go-to reads and recipes to a lonely corner, give them a proper place to live where the action happens.

“ Marcie and Val wanted lots of storage not only plates, glasses and flatware, but for their cookbooks,” shares Rohrer. “They have the most incredible collection of inspiring cookbooks. I love that they’re not using their phones or iPads when cooking. They are opening up those books and diving in, old school-style. These cookbooks tell stories of their travels and cooking aspirations.”

From a sheerly functional standpoint, it’s best to keep the books you reference the most on display. If you have enough room to show off other reads, sneak in a few of your brightest books to add an extra dose of life and color to your space.

“I have no room for clutter so I have a shelf that keeps the countertop appliances hidden.”

Appliances in Disguise

While we can all agree that there’s something very human and inherent about working with the bare minimum, most chefs will probably admit they’d rather do their job over a proper stovetop than slaving over a fire in the woods, caveman style. Appliances matter. That said, bulky eyesores are often in need of creative camouflage.

“ Another wish-list item (both chef and designer-driven) are hidden appliances,” reveals Rohrer. “No one wants to see your toaster or coffee maker. In fact, we didn’t even include outlets in the backsplash—we used a hidden plug mold below the upper cabinets instead. It gives a clean and modern look and doesn’t disrupt the beautiful marble mosaic tile pattern. We even hid the microwave below the island countertop. They use it minimally, so we were able to take it out of plain sight. You barely notice it’s there!”

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“No one wants to see your toaster or coffee maker. In fact, we didn’t even include outlets in the backsplash—we used a hidden plug mold below the upper cabinets instead.”

A Gas Stove That Makes a Statement

The focal point of any true, celebrity chef-approved cookhouse? A rockstar range. “This is where they spend most of their time and are willing to invest in the product,” says Rohrer of the pros. Sure, they have the financial capacity to shell out the big bucks for a premier range, but ask them and they’ll tell you the splurge was worth it. And, no, not just any standard stainless steel stovetop will make the cut. Today, serious foodies are opting for more colorful, more complex gas ranges that make a strong visual statement—and get the job done with dual or triple ovens, removable griddle plates, and smart tops with simmer burners.

The one thing Wilkins loves most about her kitchen? “I love that it is a space for my family to spend time together and create memories. But also my trusty La Cornue stove,” says the chef.

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A Central Hub for Show and Tell

From palatial kitchen islands to farmhouse tables, like most creatives, chefs want—nay, need—a place to show off their work. This not only means having a central space with enough surface area to lay out plates but also plenty of room for friends and apprentices to gather ‘round.

“I love the gorgeous geometric marble tile backsplash, custom warm walnut slab cabinets, and antique brass accents, but the thing I love the most about their kitchen is the large, navy blue island accentuated by three large pendant lights, representing the hub and heart of not only the kitchen, but the living room space,” says Rohrer of Safran and Turney’s sun-drenched kitchen. “The layout supports conversation and chef exhibition. Knowing that Marcie cooks for friends and family while they huddle around nearby with cocktails to watch, learn, and support her next creation is the ultimate success of a kitchen design.”


Nobody gets Chopped for cold food

Chopped is one of the Food Network's most popular and compelling shows. Real chefs compete to make dishes based on a basket of seemingly random ingredients, and they're judged by a panel of food experts. After all that effort of cooking, plating, and carting dishes over to the judges, it would seem like the contestants' creations would get cold.

It does, which is why Chopped judges get to sample the food before it's finished. According to host Ted Allen, "the minute we cut after a cooking round, the judges get up from the Chopping Block, and they go over to the stations and they taste things that are hot. You can't mess up the plates, but you can taste to see whether something is crispy, whether something is cooked through, taste the sauce before it has congealed or anything."