Food Network Stars Dish on Grilling Preferences

by in Behind the Scenes, Food Network Chef, July 12th, 2013

It’s probably no surprise that if you ask Bobby Flay to choose between a burger and a hot dog, he’ll probably laugh and expect you to know better. But if given the choice between barbecue chicken and steak — what do you think he’d say?

FN Dish caught up with Bobby, Michael Symon, Guy Fieri, Marc Forgione, Masaharu Morimoto, Aarón Sánchez and Andrew Zimmern to ask them several grilling rapid-fire questions, perfect for the hot summer months.

Click play on the video above to hear what each had to say about charcoal and gas grills, hot dogs versus burgers and barbecue chicken versus steak.



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  2. That's been best food network, he actually made dishes very well, stars has really performed their skills at their best, now it should be great guide to learn the dishing techniques, looking forward the more regarded articles.

  3. Lorraine says:

    I absolutely hate all the "game shows" food network has reverted to! What happened to the cooking shows anyway! This was the only network worth watching. Now it is simply just another dumb reality show! geez people! Bring back the regular cooking shows instead of trying to make me pay more and more and more by paying for the Cooking Channel. All I want for Christmas is……

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