Can women really have it all? Anna and Kristina dig into some cleverly titled recipes to find out. Celebrity Chef Fabio Viviani won't get down on one knee if he isn't wooed by their engagement chicken.
Anna and Kristina love chocolate, anywhere, anytime. But will their passion for this luscious treat translate to the kitchen? French Pastry Chef Bruno Feldeisen will stick it to them if they don't hit the sweet spot.
Anna and Kristina hit the road to find out what it's like to cook in a real food truck. From cramped cooking quarters to improvising on the spot to Spam Sliders - will they be able to deliver on the go?
Anna and Kristina love Italian cooking and famed chef Mario Batali is known for making some of the best. A&K tackle his renowned Bucatini all'Amatriciana; but will they be able to fill the big man's big shoes?
Is it possible to have 700 favourite recipes? Jacques Pepin says yes, but will Anna and Kristina agree. De-boning a chicken and creating the perfect omelet are only two of the tough challenges they face.
Anna and Kristina are both excited and nervous about their next cookbook, "My Pizza": excited because pizza is their favorite food; nervous because pizza is their favorite food. The cookbook's author, Jim Lahey, claims his recipes replicate what can be achieved in a commercial wood burning oven - where temperatures can exceed 1,000ºF, required for a good pizza crust - in a standard home oven, with the help of a pizza stone. As such, they, with the help of local pizza maker Salvatore Miele, test different types of pizza stones and compare the finished crusts to one cooked in a wood ...
To test their latest cookbook "Mourad, New Moroccan" which focuses on modern takes of traditional Moroccan dishes, Anna and Kristina feel they can only properly do so by traveling to Marrakech, Morocco. They are in awe of the vividness of Moroccan cuisine as evidenced by the food markets, most specifically the spice markets, which comprise an integral part of food preparation. In three and half hours, they will prepare six dishes: figs, crème fraiche, arugula & mint salad, grilled kefta, harrisa rolls, vegetable tagine, basteeya, and almond cookies. Beyond the ...
Anna & Kristina are really hoping that they will like the latest cookbook they are testing, "Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood", if only because they like homey food, country music and Yearwood as a musician. It is a cookbook filled with her family's southern favorites, and she vouches for every single recipe in the book. It is family styled down home comfort food, which means ease which in turn means sometimes shortcuts in terms of the addition of processed foods. She also makes no apologies that the recipes are by no means low fat. Anna & Kristina are preparing six dishes in two ...
Does gluten-free equal flavor-free? Kristina doesn't think so, but Anna isn't so sure. Kristina is part of a growing movement of people eating gluten-free. Will Anna be converted or will she stick to her diet of doughy delights?
If you remove oil, cheese, alcohol and meat, what's left? Anna and Kristina test this bestselling lifestyle cookbook to see if this spare fare tempts the palette of diet and exercise guru Harley Pasternak.
Anna and Kristina indulge in the sweet, fresh taste of summer with a menu including gazpacho with Dungeness crab and pacific sashimi towers. Will this meal have summer sizzle or are storm clouds moving in?