Food Network Magazine wants to know how you prefer pie. Answer the poll questions below, then see how your pastry opinion stacks up to others’ thoughts in an upcoming issue.
On September 20, Food Network Magazine is throwing its first-ever concert — not just a music festival with a few food trucks on the side, but a full-blown food and music event with big stars from both worlds. Food Network stars are joining forces with more than 50 of the area’s greatest chefs for cooking demos, meet-and-greet opportunities and the ultimate tasting event, and seven-time Grammy Award winner John Mayer will take center stage to round out a full day of great food and music. It’s all happening at Ravinia, a picturesque outdoor venue in Highland Park, Ill.
Sunny Anderson, Anne Burrell, Jose Garces, Alex Guarnaschelli, Jeff Mauro, Marc Murphy and Geoffrey Zakarian will all be at Food Network in Concert. For a chance to win a pair of tickets (travel is not included), comment below and tell FN Dish which dish you hope one of these Food Network chefs will make for the event. Or head over to the official website to get your tickets before they sell out. The event will benefit Share Our Strength and their No Kid Hungry campaign — dedicated to ending childhood hunger in America by ensuring all children get the healthy food they need every day.
Food Network Magazine wants to know which side you’re on. Vote in the poll below and tell FN Dish whether you prefer a buttery caramel apple or a bright red candy apple.
October may seem far away to you — but not to the editors at Food Network Magazine. They’re on a mission to find out how America does Halloween. In the last poll, you voted on your preferred sweets. Now it’s time to share your two cents on trick-or-treating and answer more candy questions, including one about your favorite retro candy.
Summer is just beginning, but the editors of Food Network Magazine are deep into Halloween. Help them with their trick-or-treat research and tell FN Dish which candies you look forward to most on the big night.
Whether it’s to post on Instagram, send in a text or share on a blog, people love to take pictures of their food. The deliciousness of the dish, however, doesn’t always come through in the actual photo. A mediocre photo can make a tasty and brag-worthy dish look average or even unappealing. Ree Drummond knows this firsthand.
Fans know Ree for her beautiful food photography, but when she first started her blog, The Pioneer Woman, in 2006, she had no previous experience using a camera. She shared her top tips for taking a good food photo with Food Network Magazine, along with some of her early shots to show home cooks what not to do.
Food Network Magazine wants to know which side you’re on. Vote in the poll below and tell FN Dish whether you prefer a crisp or cobbler.
Food Network Magazine wants to know which side you’re on. Vote in the poll below and tell FN Dish whether you prefer corn on the cob or off the cob.