Category: Recipe


Samsung Announces Global Launch of Samsung Food, an AI-Powered, Personalized Food and Recipe Service – Samsung Global Newsroom

Customized recipes, meal planning intelligence and smart home compatibility all combine in the new AI-powered service

Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of Samsung Food, a personalized, AI-powered food and recipe platform.

Releasing in eight languages1 in 104 countries around the world, Samsung Food will offer comprehensive food experiences through more than 160,000 available recipes, acting as a personalized assistant that helps users discover new dishes, create tailored meal plans and order ingredients online. The service will also help users control their cooking appliances, while providing step-by-step guided cooking and allowing users to share their favorite recipes on social media.

Building on the foundation of Samsung’s wide range of cooking appliances and food services, Samsung Food uses AI technology to go beyond existing capabilities and deliver a food platform that truly adapts to the needs and lifestyles of its users. To accomplish this, Samsung Food draws from the extensive database of Whisk, a smart food platform acquired by Samsung Next in 2019 that leverages advanced technology called Food AI, which suggests meals based on user preferences and food seasonality.

“The food we enjoy and the way we prepare it is central to our daily lives, and we all love


Cheesy Orzo and Spring Salad

Spring has (almost) sprung! To celebrate the impending arrival of the season, celebrity chef, cookbook author and restaurateur Amanda Freitag is visiting the TODAY kitchen to cook up two of her favorite seasonal asparagus recipes. She shows us how to make creamy, cheesy truffled orzo with asparagus and a fresh asparagus salad with mustard vinaigrette.

Cheesy Orzo with Asparagus and Black Truffle Butter


This cheesy, springy recipe has been a fan-favorite ever since I put it on the menu of my restaurant. It’s deceptively simple, and everyone has fun making this decadent dish. It’s sure to become one of your go-to recipes.

Spring Asparagus Salad with Parmesan and Mustard Vinaigrette


This recipe simply celebrates the beautiful union of asparagus and Parmesan cheese. With the addition of the classic mustard vinaigrette, tarragon and diced hard-boiled eggs, the bright yellow yolks bounce off the vibrant asparagus and greens, creating a salad that is perfect for brunch with friends, or as a side to a piece of grilled fish or chicken.

If you like those amazing asparagus recipes, you should also try these:

Asparagus with Prosciutto and Brown Butter

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Grilled Asparagus with Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette

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1 ingredient 3 ways: How ‘Top Chef’ stars Gail Simmons, Tom Colicchio and Kristen Kish cook with cheese doodles

As 15 rising star chefs and James Beard nominees from across the country got ready for the season 21 “Top Chef” premiere, the show’s new host and two veteran judges joined “Good Morning America” ​​to show off their own culinary chops.

This year, the Emmy Award-winning series, which challenges chefs to push their culinary skills and creativity to the limits in an array of competitions, is set in America’s dairy land — Wisconsin.

To celebrate one of the nation’s largest dairy producers, season 10 winner-turned-host Kristen Kish, along with judges Gail Simmons and Tom Colicchio, each created a recipe to honor an iconic American snack: cheese doodles.

“Oh there will be cheese — we did a cheese fest it was actually really cool,” Colicchio hinted at what to expect this season.

Kish, who cooked the dessert course for “GMA” with a sweet and salty sundae, said being it’s “so much better” being a host vs. a chef testant this year. “I love sitting next to them and spending the days with Tom and Gail.”

PHOTO: Gail Simmons, Kristen Kish, Tom Colicchio of Top Chef Season 21.

Gail Simmons, Kristen Kish, Tom Colicchio of Top Chef Season 21.

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Check out their full recipes below that incorporate a serving of


Paige’s Kitchen: Cowboy Candy

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) – The search for a versatile snack that will keep your guests going back for seconds is over. Say giddy up to cowboy/cowgirl candy.

It’s the sweet side of jalapenos that you probably don’t know about. You can use this recipe with your favorite soft cheese and crackers, a drink garnish for a Bloody Mary or margarita or a sandwich topper. Enjoy!


  • 4 cups packed light brown sugar
  • 2 cups apple cider vinegar
  • 1 Tbsp. yellow mustard seeds
  • 1 Tbsp. granulated garlic
  • 1/4 tsp. Celery seeds
  • 1 1/2 lbs. jalapeño chiles (about 25 to 30), stems removed, unseeded, and sliced ​​crosswise 1/4-in. thick (wear protective gloves and be careful not to touch your face)


Make syrup:

  1. In a large saucepan, bring sugar, vinegar, mustard seeds, garlic, and celery seeds to a boil over high heat. (make sure the pan is large)
  2. Cook, stirring occasionally, 5 minutes. Watch the saucepan as ingredients may boil over.
  3. Add jalapeños, and bring to a simmer over medium-high.
  4. Cook, stirring occasionally, until jalapeños darken and shrivel, 4 to 6 minutes.

Add to jars:

  1. Transfer jalapeños to a clean 1-quart canning jar or 2 (1-pint) canning jars using a slotted spoon;

‘Goldie’s Relish’: Family recipe raises money for charity in mother’s memory – DiscoverMooseJaw.com

After Goldie Rigetti’s death of cancer in 2022, her daughter-in-law Debbie decided to take Goldie’s traditional relish recipe upon herself — it is so popular she is now selling it as a fundraiser for the Salvation Army.

“So, Goldie Rigetti died a couple years ago, she was 90, and she was here for many years, farming,” Debbie Rigetti explained. “I married her son, obviously, and he couldn’t raid her pantry anymore. I’ve never canned it before, but I thought I’d give it a try, and it turned out really good!”

Rigetti admitted that she is not, herself, a ‘relish person.’ Nevertheless, the experience has turned out to be a heartwarming journey of remembrance for a woman beloved as a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, and friend. It is also a way to remember the March 6 date of her passing.

“I thought, well, I’ll give out the little jars of relish to (everyone), and I couldn’t believe the stories they all told me about her. And I thought, how many people did she know and how many lives did she touch? And what a nice way to get out there and donate something to these friends and get these stories back


Chef concocts perfect recipe for new business venture

Chef Elias Herruzo Puerto knows his way around the kitchen, as he spent his entire life watching his father and paternal grandmother cook many Spanish dishes in his hometown of Madrid. As an adult, he enjoys replicating many of those dishes in the United States — and is intent on introducing Americans to the proper way to make paella.

Puerto recently started Paellita Bueni, a catering business in which she cooks paella on location so customers can experience fresh the authentic Spanish dish. He said people tend to drown out the flavors of real paella by adding too many fancy ingredients.

As he states on his website, his work and philosophy is this: “I believe that we eat not only with our stomachs but with our eyes as well. However, there’s a fine line between making a paella visually stimulating while also making sure it doesn’t take away from the flavour. With traditional paellas from Spain, less is always more. My No. 1 focus is to always make sure the paella is explosive with flavor, and to do this we cannot put all kinds of decorative items over it.

“The ingredients themselves lend to a beautiful color combination that is


‘Release the recipe’ for homemade pastries

Taylor Swift wears a Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce jacket as she arrives before an NFL wild-card playoff football game between the Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins, Saturday, Jan.  13, 2024, in Kansas City, Mo.

Pop-Tarts has got its eye on Taylor Swift’s fruit-filled pastry recipe.

After Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid revealed that the singer, 34, surprised the team with her homemade goodies during the season, Pop-Tarts is asking her to “release the recipe”.

“To KC’s most famous fan, we heard there’s a Pop-Tarts pastry (Your Version) and in its honor, we’re donating to @harvesters, a local Feeding America partner food bank,” the toaster-pastry brand said in an Instagram post Friday. “But if you #releasetherecipe, we’ll double our donation.”

The request was accompanied by a Pop-Tart version of Swift’s Eras Tour poster with the title “Release the Recipe”.

‘They just blew off the shelves’:When were Pop-Tarts invented?

The post quickly became popular among Swifties, who also started requesting their favorite pop star to release the recipe, especially since it was for a good cause.

The brand also put out a full-page ad in the Kansas City Star Friday asking Swift to share the recipe with her fans.

Harvesters said that Pop-Tarts made an initial donation of $12,500 to the non-profit and will double it to $25,000 if Swift drops her recipe.

“Taylor has been a supporter of us in the past,” Harvesters


These Chattanooga restaurants loom large in memory, recipe requests

March 5, 2024 at 8:00 pm

Staff File Photo / Workers with Victory Sign Industries remove the Town and Country Restaurant sign after the closing of the restaurant in 2005. The site at Frazier Avenue and Cherokee Boulevard is now a Walgreens.

One of Colleen Fehn’s favorite stories from her years in the restaurant business with her husband, Don, is the memory of a couple’s anniversary celebration at their Fehn’s 1891 House in Dayton, Tennessee.

(READ MORE: Fehn’s 1891 House restaurant to close its doors for good)

“This elderly couple told me they ate dinner on their wedding night at Fehn’s in Fountain Square (which was open 1948-1958). They were staying in the Read House and had walked up the hill for dinner. For their 60th anniversary they wanted to ate at Fehn’s again, so they came to Dayton for their anniversary,” she recalls.

Restaurants hold places of nostalgic importance for anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, graduations, promotions and other life celebrations. They are warm memories kept alive through family and online reminiscences, along with requests for favorite recipes from beloved dining spots.



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Cancer fundraiser a ‘winning recipe’

The community showed up in droves to support the Southern Africa Animal Cancer Association’s (SAACA) Lace-Up for Cancer fundraiser at the Wild Coast Sun last Saturday morning.

Monica Govender (left), Radha Naidoo, Vanessa Stephen wore pink tutus to show their support.

It kicked off at 07:30, as South Coasters embarked on a legacy walk through the open venue.
At the pool area, a morning and afternoon of fun-filled and interactive activities such as aqua zumba, yoga, garden meditation, fusion dance and acupuncture took place.

Sandy Kathrayan Moodley leads the aqua zumba session.

The provincial director of SAACA and event organizer, Madeleine Pretorius, is grateful for the community’s support. She said that people from the UK bought tickets to offer support, although unable to attend. Some 283 tickets were sold, which indicated the success of the event.

Cassi Volkwyn leads the yoga class with a world-class sea view.

SAACA is one of 45 organizations that falls under the Cancer Alliance. The original Lace-Up event took place in Cape Town on February 3, which inspired Madeleine to host one on the South Coast.
“I took on the challenge,” she explained.

Ankia van der Westhuizen (left) and Andruscha Gomes at the activities after

Recipe: Transform Asian kitchen staples into an umami-packed soup | Food

It’s a common misconception that the best soups require long ingredient lists and hours of simmering. In fact, just a handful of high-flavor items can be transformed into an umami-bomb of a soup in just 45 minutes.