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The official word on the move is that it's due to sales performance

Sad news; you can't just walk into the Macy's at your local mall and pick up the latest Emeril Lagasse cookware thingamajig anymore. The New York Daily News reports that Macy's has confirmed the halt of Lagasse cookware sales at all of its 800 stores.

Thanks to a crazy lawsuit in the works between Macy's against Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSLO) and JCPenney, Macy's had to fess up to dropping the line, although representatives claim that the timing is "pure coincidence" and the decision was based on "sales performance." Uh huh.

The lawsuit against MSLO and JCPenney claims that Stewart violated an exclusivity deal when she signed a $282.9 million contract with JCPenney to sell her line of Martha Stewart housewares with the rival department store.

Macy's dropping Lagasse's line is a major blow, since the company not only paid $50 million for the rights back in 2008, but also hoped to use the Lagasse line as a way to keep Stewart's exclusivity deal with Macy's. In the meantime, you can pick up Lagasse's collection online, but it's probably not going to be the same as impulse retail therapy.


Macy's ɼoincidentally' Just Dropped A Huge Martha Stewart Brand

The cookware brand has been dropped from Macy's 800 stores.

The move came a day after Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren testified in New York State Court during a trial over Macy's claims that MSLO broke an exclusive deal with the retailer.

Macy's said that the decision had nothing to do with the ongoing court battle. A spokesperson told the NY Daily News that the timing was “pure coincidence” and that it was done “on the basis of sales performance.”

But it's already evident that Macy's executives were disgusted with Martha Stewart and her decision to sign with rival department store JCPenney.

Lundgren said that he and Stewart were friends, but no longer have a relationship. Others execs said that they felt like they were stabbed in the back and were angry about how things went down.

An MSLO lawyer dropped the news about Lagasse's line while questioning Macy's merchandising president Leonard Marcus, who said that he didn't know about the deal's termination.

WWD overheard the Macy's legal team say that they had "no idea" Macy's had cut the Emeril brand and they couldn't believe that it happened so soon after Lundgren had testified.


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Entertaining With a Purpose: Macy’s Heart of Haiti Collection

I was 11 years old when I made my first Thanksgiving Dinner. Strange for an 11 year old? Not for me. I have always loved to entertain, even as an eleven year old. So it is no shock that home decor and creating new recipes is on my list of hobbies. I am no stranger to Macy’s Department Store. Recently you may have noticed my posts surrounding Macy’s Culinary Council Cooking Demo Events in the New Orleans area. Every time I get a new email letting me know of an upcoming event, I am instantly on cloud 9!

Emeril Lagasse is one of my favorite Culinary Council Chefs. Not only have I been watching Emeril on cooking programs for years, but I love that he is a major part of New Orleans. So it is no surprize that he has an amazing Sazerac Cocktail recipe. You can WOW your friends and family at your next hosted dinner or friendly get together by not just creating the cocktail in your own home, you need to recreate an experience.

In addition to the Culinary Council, Macy’s also sells The Heart of Haiti Collection. The collection is a array of hand-made products made my local artisans in Haiti. Using mostly recycled materials, the collection of home decor items or jewelry items provide sustainable income for the individual craftsmen (and craftswomen) and thus changing their overall life in remarkable ways. Each item comes with an individual hangtag designed to connect cultures through business, art and understanding.

I was recently sent a Heart of Haiti Set of 2 Tea Leaf Nesting Trays. These delicate are made of eco-friendly paper. The trays have a raised edge that can help support and hold small items like perfume bottles, jewelry, or other small items such a keys and wallets. What I like about these trays is that they are made of recycled products and can be wiped down with just a small cloth. Easy clean up is always a big winner in my book! Now I can serve my Sazerac Cocktail by Macy’s Culinary Chef Emeril Lagasse in style.

Where to find The Heart of Haiti Collection: Available exclusively at select Macy’s (25 stores including 5 flagships) and on Macys.com through a unique partnership with Fair Winds Trading & The Clinton Foundation, Heart of Haiti is was built upon the principle of trade instead of aid. The sales of these works put real, sustainable income into the hands of the artisans who create them, changing their lives in remarkable ways.

Ingredients
1 lump sugar
3 drops Peychaudis bitters
1 dash Angostura bitters
1 jigger rye whiskey
1 dash Herbsaint or Pernod
1 strip lemon peel

Fill a small old-fashioned glass with cracked ice and set aside. In another small old-fashioned glass, put the lump of sugar and just enough water to moisten it. With a spoon, crush the sugar, then add the Peychaud’s bitters, Angostura bitters, whiskey and several ice cubes. Stir. Never use a shaker. Empty the first glass of ice, add the Herbsaint or Pernod, twirl the glass around, and shake the liqueur out. Strain the whiskey mixture into the glass, twist in the lemon peel, and serve immediately.

Disclosure: I am a member of the Everywhere Society and Everywhere provided me with a Heart of Haiti Piece for my post. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own.


All-Clad cookware is more than half off right now at Macy's

After a year of making dinner at home, you're likely all too aware of just how badly some of your cookware might need an upgrade. Lest you wind up having to replace it all six months down the road again, it's a wise idea to swap your current tired old pots and pans with some top-quality pieces that will last you for the long haul. That's why you'll be pleased to know that Macy's is running some incredible price drops on All-Clad cookware as part of the huge VIP Sale that's currently happening at the site.

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Not only are these top-rated sets hugely discounted through Sunday, April 11, you'll get an extra 25% off your purchase when you enter coupon code VIP at checkout until April 4.

This sale encompasses some awesome collections. This highly-rated All-Clad Mixed Materials 12-piece cookware set, for instance, goes from a list price of $999.99 and a sale price of $599.99 to $449.99 with promo code VIP. That's a discount of 55%! It comes with two frying pans (10- and 12-inches), the smaller of which is nonstick, 4-quart nonstick sauté pan and a lid, a tri-ply saucepan and lid, one nonstick cast-aluminum cocotte and lid (6.5-quarts) and a stainless-steel multi-pot (8-quarts) that comes with a top, a steamer and a colander. Each piece is dishwasher-safe and can withstand toasty temperatures of up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. They're also equipped with durable, stainless-steel handles that can be used on gas, electric, ceramic and induction surfaces.

Now is the time to invest in your kitchenware. (Photo: All-Clad)

If you're looking for a stainless-steel option, this All-Clad seven-piece stainless-steel cookware, which regularly sells for $494.95 at Amazon, drops down to $374.99 with the code. We included an alternate All-Clad stainless set ($865) among the best cookware sets we've ever tested, as we were thrilled with its overall performance. The five-ply bonded stainless steel construction was superior, if heavy, providing incredible heat distribution. While this sale model only has a tri-ply construction, it has a near-perfect rating from more than 140 Macy's customers. Each included piece is made from sturdy, mirror-polished stainless steel, which, according to buyers, worked wonders when it came to even heat distribution. It comes with a 2-quart saucepan with a lid, a 10-inch frying pan, a 3-quart sauté pan with a lid and and 6-quart covered stockpot.

A plethora of other All-Clad products are also on sale, such as roasters, individual pans, utensils and more. Orders of $25 or more ship free, but these sets tend to sell out at lightning speeds, so you’re going to want to move fast!


All-Clad cookware is up to half off right now at Macy's

After a year of making dinner at home, you're likely all too aware of just how badly some of your cookware might need an upgrade. Lest you wind up having to replace it all six months down the road again, it's a wise idea to swap your current tired old pots and pans with some top-quality pieces that will last you for the long haul. You won't even have to look too hard to find it, since Macy's is currently running some incredible price drops on All-Clad cookware as part of the huge Mother's Day sale that's happening at the site.

Get expert shopping advice delivered to your phone. Sign up for text message alerts from the deal-hunting nerds at Reviewed.

Not only are these top-rated sets hugely discounted through tomorrow, May 9, you'll get an extra 25% off your purchase when you enter coupon code MOM at checkout.

This sale encompasses some awesome collections. This highly-rated All-Clad Master Chef nine-piece cookware set, for instance, goes from a list price of $849.99 and a sale price of $499.99 to $424.99 with promo code MOM. That's a discount of 50%! It comes with a 10-inch frying pan, a 3-quart sauté pan and a lid, a 2- and 3-quart saucepan and lid and an 8-quart stockpot and lid. Each piece is oven-and broiler-safe to withstand temperatures of up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit and constructed with 18/0 steel for even interior heating.

Now is the time to invest in your kitchenware. (Photo: All-Clad)

If you're looking for the best of the best, however, this All-Clad D5 10-piece brushed stainless-steel cookware, which regularly sells for $1,425 at Amazon and is on sale for $899.99 here, drops down to $764.99 with the code. This set is among our favorite cookware sets, as we were thrilled with its overall performance. The five-ply bonded stainless-steel construction is superior, if heavy, providing incredible heat distribution in our tests. It also has a near-perfect rating from nearly 300 Macy's customers. With this collection, you'll get a 1.5- and 3-quart saucepan with lid, an 8- and 10-inch frying pan, a 3-quart sauté pan with a lid and and an 8-quart covered stockpot and lid.

A plethora of other All-Clad products are also on sale, such as roasters, individual pans and more. Orders of $25 or more ship free, but these sets tend to sell out at lightning speeds, so you’re going to want to move fast!


Bam! Chef Emeril Lagasse serves up new recipes at the Mall at Millenia

Next week, Chef Emeril Lagasse (chef/proprietor of Orlando-based restaurants Emeril’s Orlando and Tchoup Chop, among 11 others across the nation) stops by the Macy’s store in Mall at Millenia for a live cooking demo. On Thursday, Oct. 25 at 4 p.m., Lagasse will set up a makeshift kitchen in the home department of the Macy’s store and prepare recipes from his latest cookbook, Emeril’s Kicked-Up Sandwiches: Stacked with Flavor (on sale Oct. 16). Foodie fans can expect Lagasse to serve up sandwiches, ranging from the sweet-and-savory classic Monte Cristo to a kicked-up-a-notch grilled truffle cheese with prosciutto and mushrooms. The first 250 people to make a $75 purchase of Emerilware by All-Clad kitchenware will receive a copy of the cookbook signed in-person by Lagasse. They’re only letting 350 people in for the event, and reservations are required. To RSVP, visit macys.com/events and use the zip code 32839.

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Fourth of July Dishes: Celebrity Chef's Favorite BBQ Recipes

Emeril's BBQ oysters. Mario's peppery drumsticks. Six top chefs reveal their grilling favorites for July Fourth.

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Mario BataliSpicy Black-Pepper-Coated Drumsticks (Serves 6)

“Buffalo wings go to Italy: drumsticks in a spicy buttermilk marinade, red wine-Gorgonzola dressing, and fennel sticks standing in for the celery. Set out bowls of the sauce for dipping, or let guests spoon it over their chicken and fennel. Either way, everyone will be very happy.”

Partly cooking the drumsticks in the oven ensures that they will cook through on the grill without charring. You can bake the chicken early in the day or even the night before.

12 chicken drumsticksKosher salt1/2 cup buttermilk2 tablespoons Tabasco sauce, preferably chipotle1 tablespoon fennel seeds, lightly crushed in a spice or coffee grinder2 tablespoons freshly ground black pepper2 fennel bulbs4 ounces Gorgonzola dolce1/4 cup red wine vinegar1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil

Place the drumsticks on a baking sheet and season all over with salt. Bake unadorned for 20 minutes (25 minutes if your drumsticks are very large).

Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, stir together the buttermilk, Tabasco sauce, fennel seeds, and black pepper. Set a wire rack over a large plate or a small baking sheet.

As soon as the drumsticks come out of the oven, toss them, in batches, into the buttermilk mixture and turn to coat, then place skin side up on the rack to drain. Spoon a little of the mixture, with the fennel seeds and pepper, over the top of each one, and set aside. (The drumsticks can be baked and marinated up to a day ahead leave them on the rack, cover, and refrigerate. Bring to room temperature before grilling.)

Preheat a gas grill or prepare a fire in a charcoal grill.

Trim the fennel bulbs, cut lengthwise in half, and cut out most of the core. Cut into 1/4-inch-wide batonettes and toss into a bowl of ice water.

Crumble the Gorgonzola into a small bowl and mash with a fork. Add the red wine vinegar and stir with the fork until fairly smooth. Drizzle in the oil, stirring, to make a dressing. Pour into one or more shallow bowls for dipping.

Place the drumsticks on the hottest part of the grill, cover the grill, and cook, turning occasionally at first and then more often as they start to caramelize, until cooked through, 10 to 12 minutes.

Put the drumsticks on a platter. Drain the fennel sticks, pat dry, and place on the platter next to the wings. Serve with the Gorgonzola dressing.

Recipe Courtesy of Mario Batali’s Italian Grill (Ecco 2008)

Emeril LagasseChipotle BBQ Oysters with Homemade Salsa Fresca (Serves 8)

This dish is definitely an inspiration from New Orleans’ famous Drago’s Restaurant. That and the countless times I’ve been invited to outdoor grilling events and someone would show up with a sack of oysters, an oyster knife, and a bottle of barbecue sauce. Here’s my take on what to do with ‘em.

48 fresh oysters in their shells, scrubbed well under cold running water

Shuck the oysters and discard the top, flatter shells. (Loosen the oysters from the bottom shells by running the oyster knife carefully underneath the body of each oyster.) Return each oyster to its bottom, deeper shell. Place the oysters on the grill, shell side down, and cook until the oysters begin to curl around the edges, two to three minutes. Carefully spoon about a teaspoon of the chipotle BBQ sauce over each oyster, and continue to grill until the oysters are just cooked through and the sauce is bubbly around the edges, about two minutes longer. Transfer the oysters to a platter or to serving plates, and top each one with a teaspoon of the Salsa Fresca. Serve immediately. Careful—the shells will be hot!

1⁄2 cup sugar1⁄4 cup cider vinegar2 tablespoons tomato paste1 tablespoon dark Asian sesame oil1 tablespoon molasses1 tablespoon soy sauce2 teaspoons chopped chipotle chiles in adobo sauce

Combine all the ingredients in a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer until the mixture starts to become syrupy and dime-size bubbles form, 12 to 15 minutes. Remove from the heat and allow to cool slightly.

Transfer the sauce to a blender or food processor, filling it no more than halfway, and place a towel over the top of the machine. While exercising caution (hot liquids can expand when being processed and force the lid off a blender), pulse a few times then process on high speed until smooth. This will keep up to one month. Makes about 2⁄3 cup.

Homemade Salsa Fresca

1 cup peeled and chopped tomatillos or seeded chopped tomatoes1⁄4 cup freshly squeezed lime juice1⁄4 cup minced red onion2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro1 ½ teaspoons minced jalapeño1⁄2 teaspoon salt1⁄8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Combine all the ingredients in a small bowl, and mix together thoroughly. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use. This will keep up to two days. Makes about 1½ cups.

Recipes by Emeril Lagasse, Emeril at the Grill, HarperStudio Publishers, New York, 2009, courtesy Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc.

Ming TsaiHoisin-Marinated Chicken Breast with Grilled Mango (Serves four)

"This is my East-West barbecued chicken. It is an outstanding summer dish, just right for cooking outdoors with family on July 4th. Serve it with a light fresh slaw for the perfect contrast to the spicy-sweet chicken. Enjoy!"

4 chicken breasts, skin on1 cup hoisin sauce2 tablespoons sambal oelek1 bunch of scallions, sliced thin, 1/4 cup of green parts reserved for garnish1/2 cup of dry red wine2 tablespoons of garlic, minced2 tablespoons of ginger, mincedKosher salt and fresh ground pepper to taste2 ripe mangos, peeled and cut into four perfect halves (any extra is for snacking!)Non-stick cooking spray

In a nonreactive baking dish just large enough to hold the chicken, combine the hoisin, sambal oelek, scallion, wine, garlic, ginger, and pepper. Stir to combine. Add the chicken, turn to coat, cover and marinate, refrigerated, for four hours up to overnight.

Heat a gas grill or prepare a charcoal grill with hot coals to medium high heat. Spray the grill with nonstick cooking spray. Remove the chicken from the marinade and season with salt. Place the chicken skin-side down on the grill, turning once during cooking. Cook for about 10-12 minutes or until juices run clear. Season the mangos halves to grill, cook about two minutes per side. Sliced the grill mangos. Serve with mango slices fanned over chicken. Garnish with scallion greens.

Todd EnglishTE Sliders (Serves four)

“TE Sliders, available at The Plaza Food Hall, is a great dish for the Fourth of July because they are crowd-pleasing and easy to make with all the ingredients people love: crispy fried onion, melted cheese, mustard relish and mayo.”

Twelve 2 oz. beef patties (your favorite blend)Salt and pepper to taste6 cheddar cheese slices1 crispy fried onion2 oz. mustard relish4 leaves chiffonade romaine lettuce1 sliced tomatoKetchupMayonnaise12 mini brioche burger buns

Season the burgers with salt and pepper and grill three minutes on each side or longer if you prefer your burger better done. Place a half slice cheese on the top of each burger so it melts. Toast the brioche rolls on the grill. To plate, place the bottom of the burger roll on the plate, add the mustard relish, place onions on top, then the burger, followed by the mayonnaise, lettuce, ketchup and top with the other half of the bun. Serve immediately.

2 large Spanish onions, juliennedSalt and pepper to taste2 cups blended oil

Place oil in deep-sided pot and heat over high flame. Drop onions into pot, frying until golden brown. Remove from oil and let cool on absorbent towels to remove excess grease and reserve.

1/2 cup diced 3/4 sour pickles1/2 cup Dijon mustard1/2 cup honey

Place all ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix thoroughly. Reserve for plating the burgers.

Martha StewartGrilled Shrimp and Bacon With Lemons (Serves 4)

“Everything in this dish is grilled—even the lemon slices, which you can treat as a garnish or nibble on with the shrimp. Grilling the shrimp in their shells helps them retain their flavor and keeps them from being overcooked. Another tip: Relegate the bacon to the cooler areas of the grill, since the flames will flare up as the fat drips.”

16 large shrimp (about 1½ pounds), shells split but not removed, deveined2 lemons1 tablespoon Old Bay seasoning1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil4 slices thick-cut bacon (about 6 ounces)

Toss shrimp in a large nonreactive baking dish with zest and juice of 1 lemon, the Old Bay seasoning, and oil. Marinate in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

Heat grill to medium-high. Slice remaining lemon into ¼-inch-thick slices. Grill lemon slices, shrimp, and bacon directly on grates until lemon slices are caramelized (two to three minutes per side), shrimp are cooked through (about three minutes per side), and bacon is lightly charred and crisp (four to five minutes per side). Transfer lemons and shrimp to a bowl, and the bacon to a plate. Let cool slightly.

Tear bacon into 2-inch pieces, and add to bowl with lemons and shrimp. Toss until well combined.

Copyright © 2011, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc.Originally published in the July 2011 issue of Martha Stewart Living magazine.

Rick BaylessChipotle-Glazed Baby Back Ribs (Serves 8)

“This is a rather unconventional approach to rib cooking: First, baby back ribs—not the larger spare ribs—are showered with a dry rub that’s not too far from the one I learned in my parents’ barbeque restaurant in Oklahoma City overnight the rub cures the flesh lightly, ensuring a juicy outcome. Then they’re slowly baked until they’re juicy-done. And, when all the hungry have assembled, the ribs are grill-singed and slathered with a sticky chipotle chile glaze—smoky, sweet, porky and anything but faint hearted.”

4 garlic cloves, peeled and roughly chopped1/3 cup ground ancho chile4 teaspoons brown sugar1 teaspoon dried oregano, preferably Mexican½ teaspoon ground cumin4 teaspoons ground black pepper5 teaspoons salt

4 large slabs (about 6½ pounds) baby back ribs1 7.5-ounce can chipotles en adobo¾ cup honey

Season the ribs. Combine all the dry-rub ingredients in a food processor and run until thoroughly blended. Sprinkle the mixture on both sides of each slab of ribs, rub it in to ensure even coverage, then cover and refrigerate overnight. You’ll probably have a little dry-rub left in a tightly closed jar in the refrigerator it will last several months.

First rib cooking. Heat the oven to 300 degrees. Lay the ribs in a single layer on two rimmed baking sheets and bake for about 1¼ hours, until the meat is tender when tested with a fork. (This cooking may be done early in the day you’re serving. Cover and refrigerate the cooked ribs until an hour before serving.)

Second rib cooking. Turn on a gas grill to medium or light a charcoal grill and let the coals burn until medium-hot and covered with white ash.

In a food processor, blend the can of chipotles with the honey. Scrape into a small bowl and carry to the grill, along with a basting brush.

Lay the ribs on the grill, convex-side down. When hot and well browned, about three minutes, flip them over and brush liberally with the chipotle glaze. Cover the grill and cook about seven minutes for the glaze to set and begin to brown a little. There will likely be leftover glaze, which can be covered and refrigerated for a week or two.


Recipe Summary

  • 4 cans (5 ounces each) solid white tuna packed in water, drained
  • 1/3 cup mayonnaise, plus more for spreading
  • 1/4 cup finely chopped red onion
  • 4 teaspoons capers, rinsed and drained
  • 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
  • 1/2 teaspoon coarse salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon dried oregano, crumbled between your fingers
  • 4 slices crusty bread
  • 8 thin slices tomato
  • 4 slices provolone

Heat broiler, with rack in highest position. In a medium bowl, combine tuna, mayonnaise, onion, capers, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and oregano and stir until thoroughly combined.

Arrange bread on a baking sheet and spread a little mayonnaise on each slice. Divide tuna salad evenly among slices, then top each with 2 slices tomato and 1 slice cheese. Broil until cheese is golden brown and bubbling, 3 to 4 minutes.


All-Clad cookware sets are more than half off right now at Macy's

With many restaurants still closed or at limited capacity, it stands to reason that you may still be cooking more than usual. If you're in the market for some new pots and pans as a result, you'll be pleased to know that Macy's is running some incredible price drops on All-Clad cookware as part of its Big Home Sale.

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Not only are these top-rated sets hugely discounted, through Sunday, January 31, only, you'll get an extra 20% off your purchase when you enter coupon code SALE at checkout for total savings of nearly 50%.

This sale encompasses some of our favorite collections from the brand. This seven-piece stainless-steel set, once $839.99 to and on sale for $499.99, drops to $399.99 with coupon code SALE for a total discount of 52%. We included a similar stainless-steel set, the D5 stainless steel 10-Piece cookware set ($899.99), in our roundup of the best cookware sets, as we were seriously thrilled with this cookware's overall performance despite its lofty price tag. The five-ply bonded stainless steel construction was superior if heavy, providing incredible heat distribution. It was also designed to last much longer than your run-of-the-mill kitchenware.

This discounted set, meanwhile, is made with top-quality 18/0 stainless-steel to offer a highly heat conductive surface. With it, you'll receive a 10-inch frying pan, a 2-quart covered saucepan, a 3-quart covered sauté pan and a 6-quart covered stockpot.

This nonstick set is a breeze to clean. (Photo: All-Clad)

If you're looking for something a nonstick option you'd do well to check out this highly-rated All-Clad hard anodized 10-piece set, which goes from from $839.99 to $499.99 to $399.99 with promo code SALE. That's 52% off!

Each item in this collection is made from the brand’s hard anodized nonstick coating. Complete with an impressive near 5-star rating from Macy’s shoppers, customers were particularly happy with the durable build and heat retention. You’ll receive a 2.5- and 3.5-quart saucepans with lids, a 4-quart sauté pan with a lid, an 8-quart lidded stockpot, and an 8- and 10-inch frying pans,

A plethora of other All-Clad products are also on sale, such as roasters, individual pans, utensils and more. Orders of $25 or more ship free—however, these sets tend to sell out at lightning speeds, so you’re going to want to move fast!


Watch the video: Emeril cooking live at Macys (July 2022).


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