How to Watch “The Big Holiday Food Fight” series premiere

Tonight at 9/8c on OWN, watch the series premiere of this new holiday themed competition show. Stream this festive food fight for free when you register for Philo and FuboTV.

The Big Holiday Food Fight invites three holiday-ready hopefuls to compete for a $5,000 prize. Hosted by Kym Whitley, this new cooking competition show celebrates home cooks, family recipes, and holiday traditions. Gina Neely, Darnell ‘SuperChef’ Ferguson, and James Wright Chane will judge, sending one talented home cook away with some serious Christmas shopping cash. Tune in tonight at 9/8c to enjoy a multi-stage holiday cook-off featuring irresistible appetizers, side dishes, and desserts.

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Curtis Stone’s all-in-one pan is now 44% off for Black Friday

Adding a versatile cooking pan to your kitchen can make cooking a wide range of dishes a lot easier, and also change up the recipes that you rely on. With a good-quality pan, you can cook a whole new repertoire of dishes – and it’ll be a whole lot easier to do. While many pans can be expensive, preventing the average person from affording them, finding a deal on quality cookware is a true advantage.

Right now, you can get the Curtis Stone 4-Quart Cast Aluminum Pan with Glass Lid (Remanufactured), which is usually $59, for the further reduced price of $32.97, on sale for only a few days as part of a Pre-Black Friday Doorbusters sale. Bring a quality cooking pan into

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Mayukh Sen’s New Book Is a Love Letter to the Immigrant Women Who Defined Food as We Know It

The act of preparing food may seem elemental, but if there’s one thing the reckoning in food media over the past few years has shown us, it’s that there’s no such thing as a “simple” food story. The historical and cultural context behind food is more talked about than ever, but too often the contributions of marginalized chefs and creators—particularly women, and particularly women of color—are still erased by a predominantly cis-hetero-patriarchal food industry.

This is the territory that James Beard Award–winning food writer Mayukh Sen wades into with his new book, Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America, a group biography that tells the story of Marcella Hazan, Elena Zelayeta, Norma Shirley, and four other immigrant women whose cooking has helped define what we now think of, broadly, as “American food” (with a heavy cross-cultural influence). Recently Vogue spoke to Sen about his perspective on

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