Ina Garten is the government policy advisor turned specialty food store owner, food TV personality, and living, breathing advertisement for living the good life in the Hamptons (per Food Network). She has written 13 cookbooks, a few of those being "Go-To Dinners," "Cook Like a Pro," and "Modern Comfort Food" (via Barefoot Contessa).
On a recent trip to the Hamptons, I checked out one of Ina Garten's favorite bakeries, Carissa's. I ordered a pastry, a loaf of bread, and a savory breakfast sandwich. The food quality was mixed, so I likely wouldn't go back.
Ina Garten recently enjoyed a romantic outing. The Food Network star, 74, set sail on a "perfect" sunset cruise Thursday evening with her husband of more than 53 years, Jeffrey Garten, sharing a photo of the sweet moment on Instagram. "The perfect sunset cruise on a perfect night. #happyboy #friendswithboats,"...
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Sweet corn is an absolute staple for summer. There are so many ways to cook sweet corn—grill it, roast it, boil it or air-fry it, the list goes on. And while corn on the cob is my preferred method of consumption, sometimes a fresh corn salad calls for individual kernels. I thought I knew how to cut corn off the cob, but it turns out there’s a better way.
If you're a fan of watching star chefs cook onscreen, there is no doubt you're familiar with Ina Garten and her highly acclaimed show, "Barefoot Contessa," which recently aired its 28th season on Food Network. Garten is an acclaimed cook and author loved by many for her poise and accessible recipes, which she shares with millions on television and in her more than one dozen cookbooks. While some of her fans may prefer to prepare her renowned roast chicken recipe or iconic American flag cake while referring to the pages in her books, others may find more enjoyment in watching her hit show.
I tried the chocolate cake that Ina Garten said is the 'most fabulous' she's ever made, and it's the perfect dessert
Ina Garten's famous Beatty's Chocolate Cake has a special ingredient that makes it super moist — and very memorable.
Ina Garten's simple weeknight bolognese is packed with rich flavors, while her one-pot rigatoni is perfect for a quick but impressive dinner.
I made Ina Garten and Martha Stewart's garlic breads and found the 'Barefoot Contessa' star's recipe is by far superior
I tried Ina Garten and Martha Stewart's recipes for the best garlic bread. Garten's recipe requires a little more work than Stewart's — and a lot more butter and garlic. But I thought Garten's garlic bread had far better flavor and texture than Stewart's version.
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After having to spend more than two years away from her home away from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, Ina Garten is back in Paris. The French capital holds a special place in the Food Network star's heart, not only because it's where she and her husband Jeffrey have celebrated a number of wedding anniversaries, but also because it's where she realized she wanted to learn how to cook. Garten knew she wanted to recreate dishes like the French classic, coq au vin after she and Jeffrey first visited the city in 1971. "I heated it up on my little camping gas stove and I thought, this is the most delicious thing I've ever eaten in my life. I need to know how to make this," the Barefoot Contessa recalled during an interview with MSNBC, according to Insider.
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Ina Garten Is Giving a Food Tour of Paris on Instagram Right Now — Here Are Some of Her Favorite Spots
Ina Garten is in Paris, and she wants to take you all along for the ride. At least on Instagram. Garten, who often shares favorite recipes, sneak peeks of her garden, and even a few images of her beloved husband Jeffrey on her Instagram account, has switched things up to give everyone a look at her latest travels to the City of Lights.
Many people likely associate Ina Garten with the Hamptons, not only because the posh New York beach town was the location of the specialty food store she purchased after leaving her White House job in the late 1970s, per her website, but also because it's where her "Barefoot Contessa" show is filmed. According to Showbiz Cheat Sheet, Garten and her husband, Jeffrey, have lived in the area for nearly half of their lives. However, as die-hard fans of the lovable home cook likely know, the couple has long considered Paris, France, to be their second home.
There's nothing Ina Garten loves more than a good dinner party. In fact, for the most part, the "Barefoot Contessa" host prefers to cook for others. "I would never make a meal just for myself — I wouldn't even begin to think about it," the celebrity chef shared with Bon Appétit. "Avocado toast with a fried egg is about the most extravagant thing I'd make." A few of her other favorite solo meals include a simple bowl of fruit, yogurt, and granola or a helping of Irish oatmeal (via Food Network).
It's "spring cleaning time" in Ina Garten's house!. On Wednesday, Garten, 74, shared a series of photos of her new-and-improved pantry and kitchen at her East Hampton, N.Y. home. "Every year, I organize my pantry and weed out old oils and baking powder," she wrote on Instagram. But she did...
Ina Garten and Jennifer Garner are obsessed with Emily Blunt's roasted potatoes. I'm not surprised — it's one of the tastiest dishes I've ever made.
Jennifer Garner recently revealed that she makes Emily Blunt's English roasted potatoes every week after finding the recipe in Ina Garten's cookbook.
Ina Garten: Queen of elegant cuisine, virtuoso dinner party host, and patron saint of "store-bought is fine." She's been capturing the hearts of millions for nearly two decades thanks in part to her immensely successful cookbooks and her hit Food Network series "Barefoot Contessa." Her lovable personality and all-around calming demeanor have earned her a reputation as one of the culinary world's most universally liked figures. It's also garnered her a host of celebrity admirers — take Garten's friendship with Taylor Swift, who the chef shared some love with on Instagram.
The first episode of HBO Max's much-anticipated biographical series "Julia" just dropped, and it's already earning high praise (via Variety) for its portrayal of the real-life Julia Child, the "flesh-and-bones" woman behind the iconic chef, television personality, and feminist figure. If each episode of "Julia" leaves you wanting more (new...
Ina Garten’s new show “Be My Guest” kicks off this weekend and will include TODAY’s Willie Geist where the two got together for some cooking, cocktails and conversation. All four episodes of the series are available today on Discovery+.March 26, 2022.
From her Perfect Roast Chicken down to Beatty's Chocolate Cake, Ina Garten has been serving up delicious meals for decades. Perhaps you snagged a recipe from one of her 12 cookbooks or followed along with Ina as she taught the world to cook ease on the Food Network's Barefoot Contessa. Regardless of how you entered the yummy world of Ina Garten, you never left hungry.
Ina Garten joins TODAY to share simple ways to make your dinner table stand out at the next party you throw. Garten says dinner parties don’t have to be large and you can have just four people, adding that all you need is one nice set of plates and cutlery and keep centerpieces simple with a bowl of lemons or small flower arrangements. “I like when people arrive and there’s music playing,” Garten adds.March 24, 2022.