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Bobby Flay and Food Network are Looking for Food Entrepreneurs

by in Community, March 7th, 2012

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Think you’ve got what it takes to open a restaurant? Food Network’s own Bobby Flay is lending a helping hand to first-time restaurateurs. In an exciting new series, Bobby helps people with no previous culinary experience overcome the obstacles and inherent pitfalls in opening a successful eatery.

Are you a passionate self-starter who has dropped everything, traded careers or invested it all in the cutthroat restaurant industry? Do you want Bobby Flay to help make sure the doors don’t close before they even open?

Series shooting now until June 8.

Email FNDish@foodnetwork.com now with your story.

Guy Talks Celebrity Cook-Off on Twitter and Facebook

by in Food Network Chef, Shows, January 10th, 2012

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Two of Food Network’s most popular personalities, Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri, are going head-to-head in a new series, Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off. Both Rachael and Guy serve as coaches and mentors to eight multi-talented celebrities, ranging from an Olympic gold medalist to Grammy-winning artists to a Golden Globe-nominated actor — contestants who are all passionate about food and cooking.

Food Network recently caught up with Guy to talk about the show and Team Guy on Twitter and Facebook.

@Rbrittenham: What are you going to do to make your team stand out? What will set you apart?
GF: I want them to be individually creative and do their best.

@jcaonguyen: Which celebrity had no cooking experience at all prior to being on the show?
GF: All had some sort of experience, but I can’t give away insider info. You’ll be surprised just how strong they really are.

More from Facebook and Twitter »

Ellie Krieger’s Double-Chocolate Brownies — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, January 5th, 2012


Whole-grain flour and plain low-fat yogurt lighten up traditional brownies, but rich chocolate, cocoa powder and a bit of butter help maintain their classic flavor.

Get the recipe: Ellie Krieger’s Double-Chocolate Brownies

Four-Cheese Pasta With Peas and Ham — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, January 4th, 2012


Gooey cheeses coat penne pasta, while bright peas and salty diced ham add heft to this 30-minute weeknight dinner.

Get the recipe: Four-Cheese Pasta With Peas and Ham

Get Ready for Worst Cooks in America

by in Shows, January 3rd, 2012


Back in August 2011, FN Dish announced that Bobby Flay would be joining season three of Worst Cooks in America, battling it out against seasoned undefeated champ Anne Burrell. Now you can officially mark your calendars — starting Sunday, Feb. 12 at 9pm/8c, Worst Cooks returns with Anne leading one team and Bobby another. The country’s most hopeless cooks will compete for a $25,000 prize, which will be awarded to the winning contestant who achieves the most progress and best performance, in addition to bragging rights and victory for his or her culinary mentor.

In the season premiere, the 16 “recruits,” each nominated by family and friends for their atrocious cooking skills, arrive at Base Camp and attempt to impress Anne and Bobby with their signature dishes. Each week, the contestant with the least successful dish on each team will be sent home, while the remaining competitors will cook on.

Tune in: Sunday, February 12 at 9 pm Eastern/8 pm Central

Which team will you be rooting for? »

Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off: Celebrities Compete for Charity

by in Shows, December 20th, 2011

Rachael vs. GuyOn Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off, eight celebrities will be competing for a chance to win $50,000 for their favorite charity. Meet the celebrities and find out which organization each is playing for. And don’t forget to tune in for the season premiere on Sunday, January 1 at 9pm/8c.

Find out who’s competing

Food Network Unveils Holiday Food Drive Partnership

by in Events, December 6th, 2011

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The holiday season may be jolly for many of us, but let’s not forget that in the U.S., 16 million kids are at risk of hunger, especially at this time of year.

This morning, Food Network, Share Our Strength and members of the Congressional Hunger Caucus unveiled a holiday food drive in partnership with Whole Foods Market that will provide 90,000 meals in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore areas, and 45,000 more in Philadelphia by Christmas. Food Network and Whole Foods Market are partners in Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign to end childhood hunger in America.

Marc Murphy and Amanda Freitag, judges on Food Network’s Chopped, today visited a Whole Foods Market in Washington to purchase fresh foods and pantry items for donation to the Capital Area Food Bank. “As chefs, we shop for food all the time and almost take it for granted,” said Murphy, “This really puts a different perspective on grocery shopping and what it means to put food on the plates of those who battle hunger.”

To find the Food Network truck, check out these locations »

Flatbread With Bacon and Scallion Pesto — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, November 30th, 2011

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Alex uses frozen pizza dough as the base for this upscale appetizer. Top with crème fraiche, briny caper-scallion pesto and crispy bacon.

Get the recipe: Flatbread With Bacon and Scallion Pesto

Browse more of Food Network’s easy and elegant appetizer recipes for the holidays.

Penne With Roasted Tomatoes, Garlic and White Beans — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, November 29th, 2011

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Ellie’s hearty, meatless pasta dish won’t break the bank for dinner tonight.

Get the recipe: Penne With Roasted Tomatoes, Garlic and White Beans

Browse more of Food Network’s smart indulgence recipes for the holidays.

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