CHOW-TO is an instructional series hosted by Senior Video Producer Guillermo Riveros dedicated to breaking down the process for creating the most delicious foods. Follow along for valuable insight, fun demos, and guidance from the world's finest chefs.
Take 5 is a video series that explores a city’s thriving dining scene, hosted by our very own Joey Skladany. We feature five restaurants in five different categories, hand-picked by five local celebrities and influencers.
An exploration of foods that transcend cultures and borders around the world.
Step-by-step guides to recreate Chowhound's original recipes in your own kitchen.
Tips and tricks to improve your culinary skills and expand your food and drink knowledge.
News covering today's most important topics in the food, beverage, restaurant, bar, cooking, and dining worlds.
There’s no one path to success, and we uncover the pivotal moments (highs and lows) that culminated in the career of the featured talent today. This series will highlight the stories behind the chefs, restaurant owners, artisanal food makers, and bar owners who intentionally (and sometimes, not so intentionally) found their place in the food and beverage industry.
Stories of undiscovered people, places, and experiences that shape food and drink culture.
In Chowhound's Easiest Way video series, our Test Kitchen demonstrates the simplest way to make delicious versions of popular dishes. Minimal fuss, maximum flavor!
The Makers video series for Chowhound is an up-close-and-personal look at some of the innovators in the craft-food revolution as they share techniques and tips for elevating food to the extraordinary. We’ll see their dishes, hear their stories, and glimpse their struggles. Then we'll take you into their kitchens, and show you how to re-create a handful of their dishes at home.
For Chowhound's video series about the science and technology of cooking, we partnered with the brilliant folks at Modernist Cuisine to dig into the most cutting-edge tools, ingredients, and techniques of modernist cooking.
Chowhound's Happy Hour video series is hosted by Martin Cate, who owns Smuggler's Cove in San Francisco, a bar devoted to rum drinks. Rather than having Martin show you how to make a drink—pour two ounces of this, add ice, etc.—we wanted to give you the feeling of sitting at his bar enjoying a chat as he makes you a drink. Of course we'll be including recipes for all the drinks you see—just pause and grab a cocktail napkin to scribble on, just like you'd do at a real bar. Stay tuned for a variety of drinks, fun stories, and special guest bartenders.
You know her by many names: YaYa, Nana, Bubbe, Gangy, Grandma. Chowhound's Cooking with Grandma video series celebrates family traditions, taking a nostalgic trip down memory lane that records a special family recipe.
In Chowhound's My Food Thing video series, meticulously trained chefs, hardworking food-industry folks, and even, sometimes, famous actors show us their delicious, reliable, and easy recipes.
Chowhound's You're Doing It All Wrong video series is constructive criticism. Don't take it the wrong way; just learn the right way.
Goose Island presents videos on their barrel-aged beer, including a behind-the-scenes look at one of Chicago's most beloved breweries.
In Chowhound's Cooks from Books video series, recipes from cookbooks—new releases and classics we love—are brought to life, including any mishaps along the way. Watch us cook in real time and get tips and tricks to make these recipes at home.
A Chowhound video series in which we explore the worlds of singularly focused food-industry figures. These are the people with the dirty hands, answering detailed questions about the work they do.
Chowhound's Test Kitchen presents video reviews of kitchen cookware, gadgets, and appliances to accompany more in-depth product reviews elsewhere on the site.
What’s new? What’s great? What’s weird? Chowhound contributor James Norton, a.k.a. Supertaster, samples offerings from supermarket aisles and fast-food menus.
Chowhound's Tour video series features two theme-based travel series. There's 2010's Innovation Tour, which uncovered food-related innovation in SF, LA, and NYC, from people mashing up different cuisines, to handing out free organic vegetables to low-income folks, to presenting old dishes in a new way. And then there's 2011's Handmade Tour, which sought out real people making real, authentic food—from pupusas being slapped together by hand out of a food truck to whole-animal-to-plate antelope tartare—in Austin (TX), Oakland (CA), and Portland (OR). Watch, travel, and eat along with us!
We ask experts to participate in some of our community's most popular discussions.
This narrative video series, featuring chefs who attach personal meaning to the dishes they make, highlights the process of conceptualizing, creating, and elevating food to the level of art. By focusing on sustainability and human connections in the day and process of each chef, we draw light on how each chef reintroduces stories, emotions, and personal experiences into the food system.