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Bacon and Broccoli Rice Bowl — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, Recipes, April 14th, 2013

Bacon and Broccoli Rice BowlsInstead of ordering takeout, opt for this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Magazine‘s Bacon and Broccoli Rice Bowl. This homemade version of an Asian-inspired favorite is flavored with soy sauce and sesame oil, then finished with a sunny-side-up egg.

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 Bacon and Broccoli Rice Bowl

Help Food Network Win a Webby!

by in News, April 12th, 2013

Food Network's On the Road appFood Network is proud to announce that two digital apps, Food Network’s On the Road and In the Kitchen, have been nominated for Webby awards, one of the top awards honoring websites, interactive experiences and digital film and video.

You can help Food Network win the People’s Voice Award by voting on the Webby site.

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We’re also thrilled to share that Food Network’s Thanksgiving Live! was named a Webby honoree, which is awarded to the top 15 percent of entries exhibiting remarkable achievement.

Simple Scalloped Potatoes — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, April 7th, 2013

Food Network Magazine's Simple Scalloped PotatoesSometimes coming up with a side that can feed a crowd is harder than figuring out the main dish. But this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Magazine‘s Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes, can feed a hungry army of eight people. A big-batch side dish that pairs well with any main course, this foolproof, cheesy batch of potatoes turns out tender and golden brown every time.

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 Simple Scalloped Potatoes

Favorite Food Network Episodes, Books and Apps Now Available on Amazon

by in Community, News, April 6th, 2013

Amazon and Food Network PartnershipFood Network fans can now get their hands on full episodes of their favorite shows even faster — along with cookbooks and newly launched apps like In the Kitchen for Kindle Fire and Android devices.

Available now on Amazon, Amazon Instant Video is home to previous seasons of popular shows like Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day, Cupcake Wars, Iron Chef America, Chopped and Throwdown with Bobby Flay. What’s Amazon Instant Video? It’s a digital video streaming and download service that offers Amazon customers the ability to rent, purchase or subscribe to a huge catalog of videos — including Food Network offerings.

Get the full list of shows, apps and cookbooks available

Watch: Rebel Eats Never-Before-Seen Footage

by in Food Network Chef, Shows, April 3rd, 2013

Justin traveled the back roads of the South in his 1-hour special, Rebel Eats, this past Saturday night (watch the full episode here), but it’s hard to show everything in just 1 hour. Click the play button above to watch never-before-seen Rebel Eats moments and go deeper with Justin as he answers questions about his show and what’s next for him.

Tell us about the deep-fried burger from Dyer’s. What’s the difference in taste between standard oil and the century-old stuff that’s used at the restaurant, and what does it bring to the burger?

Oh man — I could wax poetic about that burger. Imagine if you cooked some garlic in oil and then removed the garlic. What is left? Garlic-flavored oil. The oil then becomes a condiment. Imagine if you put your garlic oil on bread. Nobody would bat an eye. That doesn’t sound wild at all. Now imagine doing this with delicious ground beef instead of garlic, and using that oil to fry all your burgers. For 100 years. The real question is what doesn’t it bring to the burger? Scientifically speaking though, by smashing the patty they are increasing the surface area and getting rid of air. This makes the beefy flavor more concentrated per bite. Also, by frying it, it cooks very quickly to well-done. Now, a well-done burger is murder in my book, but here it actually works nicely because of the thinness of the patty. The more you cook a patty, the more the beefy flavor is coaxed out, but the less appealing the texture. By making thin, greased-up patties, they are letting the beef grease provide the juiciness in the burger. They don’t serve lettuce or tomato because this burger has no room for crunch. It is like eating a puck of beef butter. Maybe that sounds gross to some, but to me this sounds like a great last meal.

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March’s Top 10 Recipes

by in Recipes, April 2nd, 2013

March 2013 Top 10 RecipesWant to know what Food Network fans were cooking in March? From Irish classics to kale and chicken, the ultimate buttercream frosting to an indulgent breakfast dish, here are the top 10 recipes of March:

10. Quick Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
9. Giada’s Chicken Piccata
8. Melissa’s Crispy Kale “Chips”
7. Alton’s Shepherd’s Pie
6. Bobby’s Sauteed Kale
Get the top five recipes

Food Network “Lights It Up Blue” for Autism Today

by in News, April 2nd, 2013

Autism Speaks: Light It Up Blue Campaign
Notice something different on Food Network this morning? Today, Food Network and Cooking Channel are participating in the Autism Speaks: Light It Up Blue campaign, an annual global initiative that raises awareness about the growing public health concern that is autism. That means we’re taking our logos you see on television and turning them blue for a day.

Autism Awareness Day has partners in 180 cities and 35 countries around the world — they’ll all turn iconic landmarks blue for the day, including New York City’s Empire State Building, Egypt’s Great Pyramids and Sydney’s Opera House.

Food Network invites you to Light It Up Blue today: find out how here.

Food Network Welcomes 2013 Baseball Season With New Concession Offerings

by in Events, News, March 31st, 2013

2013 Food Network Baseball Concession OfferingsBatter up! The 2013 Major League Baseball season opens tonight with the Texas Rangers at the Houston Astros. Long before the seats get filled, though, the concession stands will be busy getting ready for crowds that will consume countless hot dogs, hamburgers, and even macaroni and cheese. If you find yourself in stadiums in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee, Minnesota, San Diego, St. Louis or Texas this season, you’ll want to check out Food Network’s stands.

New home-run offerings include Red Hot Burgers, mac and cheese carts, tacos, quesadilla carts and sandwich stands.

Back this season in Cincinnati and St. Louis are the custom hot dog bars: Satisfy your craving for all-American classic ballpark fare with a quarter-pound hot dog served on a potato roll. And it doesn’t stop there. Top your dog with the basics: barbecue sauce, ketchup, mustard, relish and sauerkraut. Plus, choose from Food Network favorites: bacon chunks, fried onions, corn chips, griddled onions and peppers, shredded cheddar, smoky baked beans and a smoky-sweet jalapeno relish.

Headed to the park this season? Check out Food Network’s menus for the following stadiums.

Click here for the menu

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.