All of the Takeout Favorites You Know and Love, Made Right at Home

Believe it or not, it is indeed possible to make your takeout favorites in your own kitchen.

The Chef’s Take: Cabbage, Speck and Grape Salad at Eataly

Take a break from kale salads with this budget-friendly recipe for cabbage, celery root and speck.

5 Healthy Ways to Bake with Pumpkin Puree — Fall Fest

Work smooth and spicy pumpkin puree into your favorite baked goods, from classic pumpkin pie to savory pumpkin biscuits.

8 Ways to Eat Pumpkin All Day Long — Fall Fest

Get your pumpkin fix with sweet and savory recipes that will take you from breakfast to dinner (not to mention dessert), whether you use fresh pumpkin or canned puree.

The Kitchen Co-Hosts’ Top Tricks of the Trade

Learn how to make potato chips in the microwave, break down a pomegranate and achieve a golden sear on meat with go-to tips.


Chicken and Butternut Dumplings

Seasonal butternut squash gives these dumplings a lovely golden hue, and adds vitamin A and fiber.

How Food Network Stars Tailgate

Discover what Food Network chefs consider their most impressive game-day culinary feat then judge for yourself who deserves the bragging rights.

One-on-One with the Next Eliminated Celebrity Recruit — Worst Cooks in America

Find out which celebrity was eliminated in Episode 3 of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition.

3 of a Kind: Tea Desserts

Put a new spin on tea and dessert with tea-flavored desserts, like Earl Grey pie and chamomile pots de creme.

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Produce Pick of the Month: Beets

Let’s explore what makes the beet unbeatable.