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Barbecue Chicken Pizza — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, March 31st, 2013

Food Network Magazine's Barbecue Chicken PizzaThe concept of homemade pizza being a long, arduous process is simply a myth. And this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Magazine‘s Barbecue Chicken Pizza, helps you ditch delivery by keeping it simple. This one features premade dough topped with barbecued chicken, sliced red onions and a duo of cheeses.

For more everyday recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Recipe of the Day board on Pinterest.

Get the recipe: Food Network Magazine’s Barbecue Chicken Pizza

VIDEO: Leftover Marshmallow Chicks Get a Whoopie Pie Makeover

by in Holidays, March 30th, 2013

YouTube Preview Image There is an abundance of leftover recipe ideas in the days following Easter — eggs, ham and more eggs. But what about all that candy? If you find yourself with more marshmallow chicks than you know what to do with in your Easter baskets tomorrow, our resident “Esther Bunny” from Food Network Kitchens will show you how to transform them into a treat you’ll be craving all year long: whoopie pies, or whoopeeps. Click on the play button above to watch Esther (in proper attire for the holiday) take a classic Easter candy and make it a dessert that will have your whole family hopping to the table.

Prepare for Rebel Eats Tonight: Justin Warner Gives Fans the Inside Look

by in Food Network Chef, Shows, March 30th, 2013

Justin Warner on Rebel EatsJustin Warner fans are in for a treat tonight (10pm/9c). The Rebel With a Culinary Cause is hitting the road in his new show and biggest challenge yet — finding the real culinary rebels of America on Rebel Eats. Armed with $300 (for gas), a car and a nose for good food and crazy characters, Justin will travel the back roads of the South to try everything from moonshine and bacon beer to deep-fried PB&J, jellyfish pasta and bowling alley barbecue served in a Mason jar. We recently caught up with Justin and asked him to dish a little on his special, catch us up on what he’s been eating and teach us how to be food rebels ourselves. Before tuning in tonight, read his interview below (and go behind-the-scenes with these photos).

How did your experience on Food Network Star prepare you for making Rebel Eats?

Given that I had no television experience prior to Star, I would say that every facet of the show helped me prepare for Rebel Eats. In Star, we were constantly fighting against the clock. It has made me much more concise and efficient when conveying ideas or developing dishes. In addition, having Alton as a mentor was really a life-changing experience. He taught me how to understand where the camera is, what it’s picking up and how to make it my best friend.

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Move Over Ham: Easter Lamb 101

by in Holidays, March 29th, 2013

Herbed Leg of Lamb by Food Network MagazineHam: Baked, smoked, spiral, glazed and more, it’s usually the centerpiece of the Easter table (and it is delicious). But what about lamb? Why does it usually take a back seat when certain cuts of the meat tend to be so forgiving? Skipping the ham and introducing something new to the table might cause an uproar, but serving lamb is highly encouraged — at least make it a new addition alongside the ham. So where do you start? We asked chef and butcher Adam Sappington of The Country Cat Dinner House and Bar in Portland, Ore., to start us off in the right direction.

The most-common cuts of lamb used around Easter are definitely legs (like the Herbed Leg of Lamb by Food Network Magazine pictured above) or chops. He states that, “As the weather warms up, folks tend to move away from heavy braising cuts like shoulder and start looking for leaner cuts that give off that essence of spring grasses.” For an Easter celebration, Adam recommends using a leg of lamb — it’s the easiest and most forgiving to cook, the most versatile, arguably the most traditional and it can be altered to feed small parties or large gatherings. This Grilled Leg of Lamb With Creamed Peas and Wild Mushrooms is perfect for family gatherings, as it is a showstopper but wont break the bank.

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Where the Locals Go, Comfort Food Classics and Funky Joints on Triple D Tonight

by in Food Network Chef, Shows, March 25th, 2013

Guy Fieri - Singaporean Food TruckIn tonight’s new episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (10pm/9c), Guy’s digging into dishes with a personal connection. In Toronto he’ll visit a Jewish deli smoking meats and knishes the old-school way. And in Los Angeles, he’ll hop aboard a funky food truck infusing Singaporean flavors into their chili crab cakes and lamb burgers.

But before Guy takes off, he’s heading out in a marathon of episodes that will suffice any carbohydrate craving your heart desires, with dishes like lasagna Bolognese, pasta carbonara, barbecue spaghetti, and lobster mac and cheese. Beyond pasta, get recipes for Baked Lemonade Pork Chops, Chicken and Dumplings and Sweet Potato Souffle.

Take the trip with him starting at 6:30pm/ 5:30c — follow along and bookmark the restaurants as he goes, then try your hand at the recipes.

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Shrimp Tacos With Mango Slaw — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, March 24th, 2013

Shrimp Tacos With Mango SlawWorking together to make it easier for families across the country to eat nutritious meals every day, First Lady Michelle Obama and FoodNetwork.com are teaming up with Partnership for a Healthier America and the USDA’s MyPlate to share thousands of nourishing recipes on Pinterest that meet MyPlate guidelines. And this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Shrimp Tacos With Mango Slaw from Food Network Magazine, does just that.

Great for any weeknight dinner, these shrimp-and-coleslaw-filled tacos have great flavor and a wonderful crunch.

For similar recipe inspiration for healthy weeknight dinners, visit MyPlate’s Quick and Easy Meals board or Food Network’s Let’s Get Healthy board on Pinterest.

Get the recipe: Shrimp Tacos With Mango Slaw

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Pubs and Grub, Streamlined Sammies and Coast-to-Coast Classics on Triple D Tonight

by in Shows, March 18th, 2013

Guy Fieri: Layers of FlavorIn tonight’s new episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (10pm/9c), Guy’s firing up the grill and layering the flavor in Toronto and Nags Head, N.C., where he’ll be diving into pork belly, a mac and cheese burger, Jamaican jerk chicken and Caribbean pork chops. The mac and cheese burger alone screams future road trip.

But before Guy takes off, he’s heading out in a marathon of episodes that will having you craving bananas Foster French toast for breakfast, truffled brioche grilled cheese with tomato bisque for lunch and pork al pastor for dinner.

Take the trip with him starting at 6pm/ 5c — follow along and bookmark the restaurants as he goes and try your hand at the recipes.

From north and south to east and west, Guy’s been everywhere. Next time you’re traveling, download the On the Road app or check out this map to find all of Guy’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives destinations.

Diners Declassified: Go Behind the Scenes With Guy Fieri

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Giada’s Shortcut Pot Pies — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, Family, March 17th, 2013

Mini Chicken and Broccoli Pot PiesThis week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Giada’s Shortcut Pot Pies, is a great way to incorporate broccoli or other veggies into your family’s meals. Kids will also appreciate the manageable two-bite size of these cheesy broccoli-and-chicken-stuffed pot pies, and you’ll be relieved that they’re a cinch to prepare thanks to store-bought crust.

For more everyday recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Recipe of the Day board on Pinterest.

Get the recipe: Mini Chicken and Broccoli Pot Pies

Enter for a Chance to Win This Guy Fieri Battle Station Knife Block

by in Contests, March 14th, 2013

Guy Fieri Battle Station Knife Block GiveawaySpring is right around the corner, and spring cleaning is synonymous with the season. If you’re starting with your kitchen, don’t forget to organize your knives, gadgets and more to keep them in tip top shape. One way to do this is to organize them in a knife block or on a magnetic knife strip. Don’t have either around? FN Dish is giving one lucky reader a chance to win a knife block.

This 17-slot Battle Station Block (pictured above) organizes all your knives and tools, and it stores them within hands reach on your counter — not in a cluttered drawer. The bottom comes equipped with five nonslip rubber feet for a sure grip on any surface.

Battle Station Block offers:

  • 5 kitchen knife slots
  • 8 steak knife slots
  • 1 slot for a sharpener
  • 1 slot for scissors
  • 1 slot for a grater/peeler
  • 1 slot for a meat thermometer

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Food Network Favorites Now Available on Kindle and Android Devices

by in News, March 12th, 2013

Food Network Favorites

From soups and cookies to one-pot wonders and cupcakes, Food Network Favorites delivers a new repertoire of easy ideas, tips and recipes to the baking and cooking enthusiast — and now they’re available on Kindle Fire devices and Android tablets through Google Play.

Start downloading the apps now