Get Cooking, Fine Living Fans!
So it's official—Fine Living is now Cooking Channel and we're glad you're here. You can expect the same best-quality food and drink shows, plus chefs you've loved on Fine Living and more. Welcome, and enjoy.
Want More Emeril?
Kick it up again and again with Emeril Live. In front of a fun-loving audience, Emeril Lagasse—master chef and owner of New Orleans' most talked-about restaurants—demonstrates gourmet cooking, with a BAM!
Find out when to watch Emeril here.
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Craving More Mario?
Freshness and simplicity are the keys to Mario Batali's spectacular Italian cuisine. Molto Mario brings these principles home via a culinary tour of Italy with tips and secrets from one of New York's premier chefs.
Find out when to watch Mario here.
Love The Thirsty Traveler?
Join Kevin Brauch, a.k.a. "The Thirsty Traveler," your guide to the world's greatest beer, wine and spirit-producing regions. Learn the customs and cuisines from the people who carry the traditions of these spirits while quenching your thirst for knowledge and good times.
Find out when to watch The Thirsty Traveler here.
More to Pour: Drink Up
Hook up with Drink Up, a new show featuring hot mixologist, Darryl Robinson, who's shaking up sexy new drink recipes that'll make any happy hour happy.
Cooking Channel gives you a closer look at the world of food. Familiar faces and new friends will introduce you to exciting new outposts, purveyors—and recipes—that will enliven the cooking you do, any day and every day. Follow the links below for a sampling:
David Rocco's Dolce Vita
French Food At Home
Plus: Two Fat Ladies, Julia Child and the Galloping Gourmet!
Traditionally, the main meal in Italy is a lengthy affair, composed of a number of small courses. Dishes typically are relatively simple, with seasonal and fresh ingredients.