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Friends are arriving in an hour. You're just leaving work. Organize dinner with minimum effort for maximum effect.
Pro chef Hugh Groman shows you how to use sight, smell, touch, and even sound to choose your fruits and vegetables at the market.
If there's one thing worth knowing to help you cook more like a pro, it's when and how to use salt.
Avoid those last-minute scrambles for extra plates or wineglasses when you entertain. Get stocked!
What basic, inexpensive kitchen tools should all home cooks have to hand? Hugh Groman has the answer.
In the first of a new video series, food insider Hugh Groman offers tips on what bar equipment every self-respecting party-giver should have at home.
A hot restaurant opening, a new bakery on the way, and lots more hearty food news and delicious happenings.
Chef Hugh Groman thinks calling things "dust" or "twigs" on menus should never have been allowed. He's open about his junk food vices too.
Hugh Groman loves his dad. That much is clear when you learn he is naming his new restaurant after his pop. “My dad is someone who has always cared so much about how people feel, and that’s why I wanted to name my new venture after him,” he said.