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On Thanksgiving Day, Watch a Turkey Cooking from Start to Finish on

by in Holidays, November 16th, 2015

turkey cooking on thanksgiving day
This Thanksgiving, our turkey-day plans will look a lot like yours — we’re putting the bird in the oven in the morning and waiting for it to get golden brown and juicy a few hours later.

And you can watch.

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Flavortown Champions Return to Guy’s Grocery Games in the First-Ever Tournament of Champions

by in Shows, November 10th, 2015

Guy's Grocery GamesHost Guy Fieri is welcoming back past Triple G champions in Guy’s Grocery Games Tournament of Champions, premiering Sunday, Nov. 29 at 8|7c. Sixteen of the most-unforgettable previous winners return to battle it out in the five-part series. They will face challenges that test their culinary prowess and innovation for a chance to earn a spot in the grand finale. The single winner will claim bragging rights as the ultimate Triple G champion, and he or she will get an extra run at the Shopping Spree for a chance to become the biggest prizewinner in the show’s history.

Read on to get a breakdown of the rounds.

How to Make an Apple-Pumpkin-Pecan Pie — Holiday Baking Championship [INFOGRAPHIC]

by in Shows, November 3rd, 2015

Pie Infographic
Learn how to make the Apple-Pumpkin-Pecan Pie here with step-by-step instructions.

Culinary Capital: Where to Eat in Washington, D.C.

by in Restaurants, October 23rd, 2015

Del CampoBy Sara Levine and Erin Hartigan

Pay no attention to outsiders’ snickers about steakhouses and lobbyist lunches: Washington, D.C., is a dining destination. The city’s international scene, expansive growth and proximity to the Chesapeake and Mid-Atlantic farmlands and watersheds have made it an irresistible place for chefs to set up shop. Both homegrown talent and national names have contributed to D.C.’s restaurant boom, which shows no sign of slowing as new neighborhoods become food hot spots every year. We cut through the red tape and show you where to start.

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Thanksgiving on the Brain Already? Behold FN’s Essential Countdown Planner [INFOGRAPHIC]

by in Holidays, How-to, October 13th, 2015

How to Make Ghoulish Goodies and Creepy Cupcake Toppers — Halloween Baking Championship [INFOGRAPHIC]

by in Shows, September 29th, 2015

Halloween Baking Championship

9 Favorite Bites from Feast Portland 2015

by in Events, Restaurants, September 22nd, 2015

By Joseph Erdos and Sara Levine

Portland, Oregon, should be on any food fanatic’s radar. If you want to sample food from more restaurants than you could ever possibly visit over a single weekend, plan a trip during Feast Portland, the city’s annual food festival. Feast celebrates all the great eats and drinks the city and region has to offer, plus tastes from more top chefs and restaurants across the country. Portland in September is gorgeous and green, perfect weather for walking off the food (and wine, and craft beer …) you’ve consumed. We just returned from the fourth annual Feast and can confirm that the festival’s name couldn’t be more appropriate. Here’s just a handful of our favorite bites. Read more

Holiday Baking Championship Spreads the Scrumptious Holiday Cheer with Season 2

by in Shows, September 16th, 2015

Holiday Baking ChampionshipWhether it’s a cake, pie or cookies, sweets have an expected place in the traditional holiday meal. And Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship celebrates all of that. The show returns on Sunday, Nov. 1 at 9|8c to deliver decadent baked goods galore as 10 talented bakers compete to create the most-irresistible holiday treats. Bobby Deen presides as host as the bakers strive to prove their skills in challenges that celebrate the season. And once again judges Duff Goldman, Nancy Fuller and Lorraine Pascale will determine who will be crowned the winner and take home the grand prize of $50,000.

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This Chopped-tober on Food Network — Get Ready for Chopped: Impossible and the All-New “Miniseries” Chopped Junior

by in Shows, September 15th, 2015

Chopped JuniorThis fall the competition heats up with an Impossible tournament and kids competing in the series spinoff Chopped Junior. In Chopped: Impossible, premiering Thursday, Oct. 22 at 8|7c, 12 returning champions are pushed to the limits with mind-blowingly impossible baskets in a four-part tournament. Restaurant: Impossible’s Robert Irvine will serve as judge in the first three preliminary rounds, but he’ll get the chance to face off against the final competitor in a wild-card round. The winner will earn $15,000 just for getting to the final round, but if the final competitor wins against Robert, he or she will pocket an additional $25,000 for a total of $40,000.

Find Out About Chopped Junior

Get Ready for Loads of Tricks and Treats with the New Series Halloween Baking Championship

by in Shows, September 1st, 2015

Halloween Baking ChampionshipMaking everything from spider cupcakes to mummy macarons, seven of the country’s top bakers will compete to create Halloween’s spookiest confections on Halloween Baking Championship, premiering Monday, Oct. 5 at 9|8c. To survive this haunted competition, hosted by Richard Blais, contestants must prove their baking abilities and impress judges Ron Ben-Israel, Carla Hall and Sherry Yard. Only one winner will take home the grand prize of $25,000 and earn the title of Halloween Baking Champion.

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