by Maria Russo in Food Network Chef, June 27th, 2017
by Foodlets in Family, In Season, Recipes, June 27th, 2017
ICYMI: Cutthroat Kitchen judge and longtime chef and restaurateur Jet Tila released a brand-new cookbook, 101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You Die, this week, and he stopped by Food Network Kitchen to show us how to cook one of his signature dishes on Facebook Live. He made what he calls My Famous Drunken Noodles, and after just a few bites, we get why they’re so famous.
“We’re chasing the “yum” here,” Jet said as he prepped these easy-to-make noodles, noting the five essential flavors that make up Asian cuisine: sour, sweet, salty, hot and savory. He achieves all five of those tastes with just a few key ingredients, including sweet soy sauce and Sriracha. Click the play button on the video above to watch Jet make his Drunken Noodles, then read on below to get the recipe.
by Maria Russo, June 26th, 2017
These are not the store-bought ice pops you grew up with. Nope, none of that sticky-sweet, impossibly red or improbably blue stuff here. Instead, we’re making homemade ice pops packed with fresh ingredients. And, bonus, they’re easy to put together.
Blueberry-Oat Breakfast Ice Pops (pictured above)
Want to impress your kids first thing in the morning? Give them an ice pop for breakfast. It’s OK, because they’re healthy!
by Maria Russo, June 25th, 2017
So, the finalists are officially out of the cozy comforts of Food Star Kitchen and knee-deep in the wilderness of Southern California. This change of scenery brings everyone around a few open-flame grills with classic campfire fixings. Also, mud. The...
by Brad Japhe in Restaurants, June 25th, 2017
The nature of the Food Network Star beast is such that no matter how much mentors Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis have to teach the finalists, their time is limited, which means they're forced to make quick decisions about who has the greatest pot...
by Amy Reiter in News, June 25th, 2017
Chefs’ Picks tracks down what the pros are eating and cooking from coast to coast.
Unlike New York or Chicago, there are no preconceived notions of what pizza in Los Angeles ought to be. As a result, inventive pizzaiolos are letting their imaginations run rampant, spinning out an array of pies as diverse as the city’s sprawling urban landscape. Check it out for yourself. But beware: In a city this size, simply wandering the streets in search of anything is a half-baked endeavor. Allow a few local chefs who deal in (pizza) dough to guide your pursuit of the perfect pie. Read more
by Colleen Park in Recipes, June 25th, 2017
Next time you breathe in the heady scent of fresh bread, spare a thought for the astronauts aboard the International Space Station. They are living in a bread-free zone, compelled to cobble together sandwiches using tortillas. (Not that there’s anything wrong with tortillas.)
by Julie Hines in Holidays, Recipes, June 24th, 2017
If you’re looking to take advantage of the longer, sun-filled days of summer, try taking your weeknight dinners outdoors to the grill. Add foil packs to your cooking arsenal and you’ve got easy, mess-free grilling for everything from BBQ meatloaf to paella – all in under an hour.
Healthy Grilled Shrimp Fajita Foil Pack
If anything, shrimp was made for grilling in a foil pack. The packet cooks and flavors the shrimp while keeping it all safe – no shrimp slipping between the grates here. And warming the tortillas is as easy as wrapping them into another foil pack for a short turn on the grill.
by T.K. Brady in Recipes, View All Posts, June 23rd, 2017
Between the backyard barbecues, beachy picnics and fireworks viewing parties, summer is packed with patriotic events. When planning your next party don’t limit the theme to the decor – food can be patriotic, too! And while a surprise-inside flag cake looks amazing, not everyone has the time to make one. We rounded up our favorite red, white and blue dishes that will look great, but won’t take all day to make.
American Flag Caprese Salad (pictured above)
The addition of purple potatoes to the classic mozzarella and tomato salad makes for a patriotic side dish, perfect for any summer party. It looks adorable in the flag design, but will look equally tasty mixed together in a bowl if you don’t have the patience to set it up. Read more
by Amy Reiter in News, June 23rd, 2017
Chain restaurants tend to evoke a sense of nostalgia, which is why it’s no surprise any American can instantly pinpoint their favorite fast-food burger. White Castle — the pioneer of the fast-food burger — hasn’t lost its luster to passionate diners and new chains like Shake Shack are flipping the idea of fast-food on its head. Not to mention, you can’t go to California without making a stop at In-N-Out — and if you didn’t Instagram it, did it even happen? Food Network Magazine asked the test kitchen to re-create some of Americas most beloved burgers, so you can have a taste of your favorite anytime, anywhere. Read more
That red liquid dripping from your raw filet mignon or rump roast? Blood, right? Nope, not blood … “weep.”