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Announcing ' What's Cooking'! 
Jul. 29, 2010 10:44 am 
Updated: Sep. 3, 2010 6:36 am

Hi Allrecipeeps!

In June we told you about the launch of our video site: – your new (and favorite) resource for how-to cooking videos, and our brand new webisode series, ‘ What’s Cooking’! What’s Cooking’ webisodes will star community members  from around the country, sharing their cooking stories and making their favorite regional dishes, right in their own kitchens. The very first webisode will premier today at 11am PT on! Check it out, and meet Allrecipes community member, Jonae (or, as we know her: Chefbound). You can also live chat with the host of, Michael, and our very first star, Jonae!

Check it out! And come back weekly for a new webisode of ‘ What’s Cooking’ every Thursday at 11am PT! 

Jul. 29, 2010 3:26 pm
Will recordings of these webisodes be available somewhere for viewing later? I work full time and won't ever be able to watch the live broadcasts, but I'd definitely like to check them out after getting home from work!
Aug. 5, 2010 9:40 am
Hi Keri! Sorry for the delay in response - they'll be up on the site forever, so you can always see them :)
Sep. 3, 2010 6:36 am
Hey all you experts, I despertely need your help. years ago i made homemade mayo. It looked great, tasted great,it was great. Now, for about the last 2 months i've attempted to make by MANY different reciepes, following directions toa TEE. has never thickened!!!! I am so FRUSTRATED!!! the pitiful part of this, is i have'nt learned i can't make mayo. I've gone thru about 4 dozen eggs, using 2-3 eggs per batch, egg yoke, whole eggs, warm eggs, cold eggs, slooooow oil, blah blah blah. by hand, with blender and also food processor. what is secret, help me please?!!!
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