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Watch Joan Nathan braid her challah recipe using 6 different dough ropes. Six! I only use three in my challah recipe because any more than that seemed too fancy.
Just came back from Miami where I taught 4 cooking classes in 4 days! This video says it all -- it's not only about the food ♥
Cooking sexy cuisine can often lead to some sexy dancing. Click on the video to watch when our cooking class turned into a dance party!
The most delicious crowd pleaser! These are better and way less expensive when made at home.
I was inspired by the World Cup. Here is a video on how to twirl your pasta like an Italian and not make a mess!
Why even do a cleanse, especially when you love food?
A one minute spiel on garlic that will change your life.
Let me teach you how to NOT be scared of your food processor.
What are "Courses in Cooking for SMART Girls"? Let me explain who that includes and why.
Taking you to the inside of Thanksgivukkah and telling you what you probably don't know.
Eating at the oldest, most famous Jewish deli in Beverly Hills
A peak at Sunday Soup class with Lynn Chen of The Actors Diet
How to make a cocktail that tastes amazing minus the sugar and the hangover.
These ingredients can be kept in your home without risk of devouring them all in one sitting, but together...YUM
How Elana became a no-fuss cooking teacher by sharing the experience of making good food.
The value of salt - really! - and how to cook with it.
Ditch that parmesan! The RIGHT cheese is sure to take your food over the edge!
Elana takes you through the steps for cooking a perfect al dente pasta.
In Italy, Elana learned that the secret ingredient in food is LOVE.
How to choose a good quality extra virgin olive oil for cooking good healthy food.
Want to know the best pans you should have at home? Elana breaks it down.
Elana's first televsion appearance ever on Fox Good Day LA. Talking a Tuscan pop-up dinner with Gilt City LA.
Not all canned tomatoes are the same, and knowing how to choose them is key to good cooking.