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Duff Goldman and His Baking Crew Are Back in the New Series Cake Masters

by in Shows, March 10th, 2016

Duff GoldmanKnown for some of the most-massive, mind-blowingly elaborate cakes, Duff Goldman and his experts in cake design are back on Food Network with the new series Cake Masters, premiering Monday, April 11 at 9|8c. In each of the six hourlong episodes, viewers will get a behind-the-scenes view of how the unconventional cakes come to life in Duff’s shop Charm City Cakes West in Los Angeles. Throughout the season, the incredible and unpredictable cake requests test the talents of Duff and his crew of culinary masters, sculptors, special effect artists and architects, featuring some familiar faces such as Geof Manthorne.

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Competitors Get a Second Chance on Guy’s Grocery Games Redemption Tournament

by in Shows, March 9th, 2016

Guy Fieri Redemption TournamentGuy Fieri welcomes back former Triple G competitors for a chance to redeem themselves and prove their culinary skills on Guy’s Grocery Games Redemption Tournament, premiering Sunday, April 3 at 8|7c. Returning contestants will battle it out in some of the toughest games Guy has ever thrown down, for a chance at up to $20,000 in the shopping spree, along with a coveted spot in the tournament’s finale. The one chef who can survive all the challenges will be crowned the Redemption Tournament Champion and earn the opportunity to win up to an additional $20,000 with a second shopping spree!

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Spring Baking Championship Returns for Season 2 with More Scrumptious Competition

by in Shows, February 25th, 2016

Season 2 BakersSpring Baking Championship returns to Food Network on Sunday, April 10 at 9|8c with plenty more sweets, treats and baked goods to savor. Eight of the nation’s best bakers will compete to create impressive springtime treats for the approval of returning judges Duff Goldman, Nancy Fuller and Lorraine Pascale. And back to host this confectionary competition is Bobby Deen. In the end only one baker will rise to the top to win the title of Spring Baking Champion and $50,000.

The competitors must face new challenges, all featuring spring themes and seasonal ingredients. But it won’t be an easy task, and there will be surprise twists along the way. No matter what the competitors bake, their creativity and ability will measured in each of the six hour-long episodes. After the first round one baker has the opportunity to earn a special advantage for the main challenge, but will it be enough to help gain a win? Find out more about the baking challenges ahead in Season 2.

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6 Things You Didn’t Know About The Pioneer Woman

by in Food Network Chef, January 26th, 2016

The Pioneer WomanYou’ve toured her Oklahoma ranch, explored her her town and even had breakfast with her family. But how well do you know The Pioneer Woman when it comes to her kitchen favorites and go-to meals? Recently FN Dish caught up with Ree as she launched her new line of serveware, and she dished on some of her culinary picks, plus what she’s listening to — and watching — while she cooks. Read on below for the answers, as well as a bonus rapid-fire session with all of Ree Drummond’s favorite flavors.

What dish or ingredient will we never catch you eating?
Ree Drummond: Anything remotely related to bananas. Banana splits, banana cream pie, banana bread … I want nothing to do with them. BLECH.

What’s your favorite midnight snack?
RD: I’m never awake at midnight! I’m a morning person. Read more

Big Game, Little Burgers: How to Make Easy Sliders — Burgers, Brew & ‘Que [INFOGRAPHIC]

by in Shows, January 13th, 2016

Burger Infographic

9 Healthy Fast-Casual Spots to Hit in 2016

by in Restaurants, January 13th, 2016

2015 saw a boom in the fast-casual restaurant market, with new concepts following the “build-your-own” Chipotle model opening up left and right, and more established healthy chains spreading rapidly across the country. When custom-building a salad, wrap or bowl is in your hands, it’s certainly possible to create a calorie bomb of a meal, but these chains offer nutritious, thoughtfully sourced ingredients so it’s never difficult to eat healthfully. Here are nine spots to seek out in 2016. Read more

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

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.

Check out the full gallery for more top D.C. dishes. Read more