News anchor Mary-Ann Maloney shared a photo of herself wearing a sleeveless blouse and asked viewers whether it showed 'too much skin.' The opinions were mixed.
After nearly five years apart, the cast of Jersey Shore is reuniting for one last fist-pumping hoorah. While the project they’re working on is shrouded in mystery, the reality stars were spotted on the Jersey Shore accompanied by a film crew, and fans are hoping for a reunion special. Whether they’ll be able to replicate their special brand of magic remains to be seen. A lot has changed since they first got together in 2009 in Seaside Heights, N.J. ...
Makeup department head Louie Zakarian and hair designer Jodi Mancuso discuss how they wrangle all that hair into shapes that transform the likes of Alec Baldwin into Donald Trump and McCarthy into Spicer.
Immediately after Peyton Manning's Super Bowl 50 win, he laid a big fat wet one on ... Papa John. Not his wife, children, brother or father, but the founded of one of the biggest pizza chains in the country, which he also happens to be an investor in. You just won the Super Bowl. Naturally, you’re excited. In your moment of glory, under the spotlight of millions of football fans, you weave through the frenzy of media, fans, teammates and NFL executives to reach out to one of the most important people in your life…. ...
In an endorsement that is both not surprising at all and yet, you have to wonder why it exists, the Cake Boss officially endorsed N.J. Gov. Chris Christie in the presidential election.
Besides the star athletes or the halftime show, the biggest attraction each year during the Super Bowl are the ads. Super Bowl commercials are big business: a 30-second spot during Super Bowl 50, which airs Feb. 7 on CBS, is selling for as much as $5 million.
Actress and Cooking Channel star Tiffani Thiessen will not be hosting a Super Bowl party this year, but she will be throwing passes of her own. “We used to have Super Bowl parties, but I have a new baby and it’s about sleep right now,” says the mother of 7-month-old son Holt and 5-year-old daughter Harper.
Forget sex — it’s adorable dogs who sell, according to this year’s batch of Super Bowl ads. Doritos’ commercial, set to air during Super Bowl 50 this Sunday as the Carolina Panthers face the Denver Broncos, features three wily canines pining for bags of Doritos.
A slacker sits down to grab a beer at a bar to relax, but instead gets dissed by a talking tap head. They exchange barbs back and forth. Hilarity ensues.
The Kardashian's fame began 22 years ago with the so-called crime of the century — that is, the televised 1994-5 murder trial of football legend O.J. Simpson.
Skinnygirl founder and reality TV star Bethenny Frankel may have a multimillion dollar line of healthy snacks and beverages, but a decadent grilled cheese sandwich is what inspired the former TV talk show host to launch a new business venture. “I was watching television at home one day and heard people talking about melting cheese and truffle oil,” the opinionated “Real Housewives of New York City” co-star told Yahoo Food on Tuesday. From there, an idea sparked to launch a series of shows around the theme, and she executive-produced “Food Porn” for the FYI network, starring Meatball Shop co-owner Michael Chernow.
Rocco DiSpirito claims he’s found the fountain of youth in your refrigerator. The chef shows “Fab Life” co-host Chrissy Teigen how to prepare anti-aging dishes and smoothies he believes will keep people looking young.
The American actor fully committed to the look, showcasing some new enviable golden locks whilst wearing a bra, skirt and metallic armour – recreating the look from Beyonce’s ‘Run The World’ video. Channing Tatum, 35, might have been impressed as he watched his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum, 35, strut her stuff and lip sync alongside Paula Abdul for her performance of “Cold-Hearted” but Channing was ready to raise the bar even higher on his performance! After rolling on to the stage atop a giant stone Pegasus (there’s a sentence that you don’t write every day), he started busting out his impressive dance moves but his spotlight was stolen when global superstar ACTUAL REAL-LIFE Beyonce appeared on the stage!
Broccolini is the “laziest” vegetable in the world, according to chef Curtis Stone, who appeared on Monday’s episode of “Fab Life.” A hybrid of broccoli and Chinese kale, broccolini is a petite version of broccoli with smaller florets and shorter stems.
“FABLife” co-host Chrissy Teigen’s pregnancy cravings must be kicking in — the model and foodie served up a flight of fried treats on the latest episode of the daytime talk show. Teigen, who’s pregnant with her first child with husband John Legend, offered up fried pickles with a buttermilk ranch dressing, zucchini fries with a chipotle mayo, and a fried peanut butter and jelly circles for her “FABLife” co-hosts. Watch the video to get details on Teigen’s fried treats, including how she uses crushed Frosted Flakes as a crunchy sweet garnish.
Despite winter’s fast approach, things are looking sunny for Canada native Gail Simmons. The chef and author will cover the sunny California coast with Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio, and Richard Blais for the 13th season of Bravo’s “Top Chef,” debuting Wednesday. On the latest season, contestants (or as they’re commonly called, “cheftestants,”) travel across California on a road trip, where they cook under high-pressure situations including a “big fat gay wedding,” as well as for discerning guest stars Chrissy Teigen and MC Hammer.
For most, Thanksgiving means a few things: family, food, and… pop-culture hilarity. It’s no surprise that a holiday that involves sipping hard cider, red wine, and other boozy drinks in the presence of a bevy of distant relatives with strong opinions and stronger food comas has spurred countless specials and sitcom shout-outs over the years. From the timeless Thanksgiving antics of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang, to the instant classics that were the Friends holiday episodes, these are some of our favorite Thanksgiving moments in pop culture history.
Selma Blair is one of those actresses who will live on forever in pop culture iconography. I’ve gladly and profusely stated my admiration for her.
Photos: Courtesy of My Life on A Plate: Recipes from Around the Wall; Milk Bar Life; Graphics by Erik Mace Baking is such a polite, innocent activity. Measuring all your ingredients, eating a little dough from the bowl, setting the temperature to 350°F. Who doesn’t love a nice doughy something, warm and fragrant right from the oven? We can think of one person, albeit fictional — Cookie Lyon from the Fox hip-hop drama “Empire.”
One nun was blessed with good tidings on last night’s Thanksgiving-themed episode of “Chopped.” Sister Alicia Torres was the big winner of Monday’s Food Network culinary competition show, winning $10,000 for her church, Chicago’s Mission of Our Lady of the Angels. Torres, 30, beat three other soup kitchen chefs by whipping together globally inspired dishes from a combination of Thanksgiving staples. Contestants were charged with transforming fresh, leftover, and candied versions of turkey, cranberry sauce, green beans, and mashed potatoes into a visually attractive and tasty appetizer, entree, and dessert. Torres whipped up turkey quesadillas and a salad with cranberry vinaigrette in the first round, and followed up with curried turkey and sweet potato cranberry hash for the entree round.
Bridget Moynahan enjoying her family’s beloved Swedish meatballs. (Photograph: The Blue Bloods Cookbook by Bridget Moynahan and Wendy Howard Goldberg)
Perfect for dinner on cold winter nights, stews are a soul-warming dish that’s great for the flavorful meats and vegetables in your holiday pantry. But it’s more than just a dish; it’s also a technique, and it takes more than just throwing ingredients in a pot and turning up the heat to get it right. “You can stew just about anything: carrots, apples, tomatoes,” says “A Chef’s Life” host Vivian Howard, who demonstrates the proper stewing technique in this video. Howard, who owns her own farm-to-fork restaurant in North Carolina, says when you make a stew, “it’s all about building flavor.”
Comedian Aziz Ansari has a lot of street cred when it comes to food. His fans have known that since at least 2011, when a GQ writer followed Ansari, LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy, and Chef David Chang on a booze-fueled cuisine crawl across Tokyo. There’s also the food nicknames speech from his “Parks & Recreation” character Tom Haverford (“Chicken parm is chicky chicky parm parm;” “I call eggs pre-birds or future birds”); the one-episode YouTube series called “Food Club,” in which Ansari and friends bestow plaques upon their favorite restaurants; and his role on “The Kroll Show” as chef/owner of a food truck called Molecular Pastranomy. MORE: 5 Reasons Why the Restaurant Drama in ‘Burnt’ Look So Real So it’s no surprise food plays a major part in his critically acclaimed new Netflix series, “Master of None.”