Food Network Adding Cannabis Cooking Show ‘Chopped 420’ | 106.1 KMEL

Just in time for 4/20! The Food Network is getting ready to launch a true “high concept” television series.

‘Chopped 420’ a spin-off of the popular Chopped series, in which four chefs battle it out through appetizer, main course and dessert stages using picnic baskets filled with challenging foods.

As the name of the new series suggests, it will explore cannabis cookery as a basket element.

The host will be comedian Ron Funches, and judges include chefs Esther Choi, Luke Reyes and Sam Talbot; drag performer and cannabis activist Laganja Estranja, and comedian Tacarra Williams.

The show will start streaming on discovery+ on April 20 which is the annual holiday for those who indulge celebrating the best time of day to fire up a blunt.

The new series will mark the “first time in Chopped history” that chefs will “utilize cannabis to enhance their dishes, ” says Food Network president

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Chobani virtual cooking series to benefit charities; how to attend

Looking to change up your dinner routine and help a good cause?

Chobani and Hudson Valley Eats have created a virtual family cooking series designed to ensure local families in need have access to nutritious food.

The “Chobani Family Cooking Series,” hosted by Cooking for a Cause kicks off  April 13 with 100% of ticket sales going to benefit three local nonprofits fighting against food insecurity: Feeding Westchester, Food Bank of Hudson Valley, and Dutchess Outreach.

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Tickets are $50 per family and each virtual class will be led by a New York-based chef teaching simple recipes. Additionally, 75 local families in need will receive complimentary tickets to the virtual cooking series — and Chobani will make in-kind donations to each of the charities.

The first class, April 13 is “Desserts for the Win: Fun

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The Secret to Perfectly Cooked Meat

Cooking the perfect steak can be tricky if you don’t know how to tell when it’s ready. Even with a meat thermometer, this can sometimes be difficult, and cooking without one is almost impossible. Enter the Yummly Smart Thermometer—a Bluetooth-connected device that tracks the internal temperature of your food and then sends you a notification on your mobile device (such as your smartphone or smartwatch) when it’s ready. I recently tested it out to see if it really made that much of a difference.

To get a better understanding of why the Yummly smart thermometer is such a valuable tool, you’ll want to imagine it as a heat-resistant meat thermometer combined with a built-in oven thermometer. It can evaluate the meat’s internal temperature and the temperature of the surrounding area at the same time. The thermometer sends that data to its charging dock, which then forwards it to your smartphone,

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