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Troy Johnson Talks to Fans on Facebook

by in Community, Food Network Chef, September 13th, 2011

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Last week Troy Johnson, host of Crave, dropped by for a Food Network Facebook chat. If you missed it, here are some of the highlights:

Kate Farber Gold: What is your favorite thing to eat?
TJ: I would have to say Thai food — drunken noodles with duck, so hot it hurts. Or Fruity Pebbles in ice cold milk.

Michelle Buffardi: Is there any food that you hated as a kid but learned to like as a grownup?
TJ: I hated liver, now I love it. Especially one that’s a little enhanced.

Conway Obleman: What would be your last meal?
TJ: It would have to do with mussels, a little roasted bone marrow (meat butter) and a salad so that I can go into the afterlife with a svelte figure.

Troy’s favorite steak in San Diego »

Apple-Sausage Mac and Cheese — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, September 13th, 2011

apple sausage mac and cheese
Put a fall spin on cheddar mac and cheese by adding golden chicken-apple sausage and baking until bubbly.

Get the recipe: Apple-Sausage Mac and Cheese

Browse more of Food Network’s macaroni and cheese recipes.

Mexican Meatball Subs — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, September 12th, 2011

mexican meatball subs
Top classic meatball subs with fun Mexican ingredients like tortilla chips, avocado slices and cilantro.

Get the recipe: Mexican Meatball Subs

Browse more of Food Network’s Mexican recipes.

Gaby From What’s Gaby Cooking Dishes on the Brown-Bag Challenge

by in Events, Recipes, September 8th, 2011

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In case you haven’t heard, FN Dish is participating in Healthy Eats’ Brown-Bag Challenge. The challenge: Bring your lunch to work each weekday for the month of September. We know this isn’t an easy feat, so we’ve asked some of our favorite food bloggers to share their experience and favorite recipes to help keep everyone motivated.

This week, Gaby Dalkin from What’s Gaby Cooking is getting us through the work-week with her easy Quinoa Cowboy Caviar.

I’ve always been a brown-bag luncher. It wasn’t always by choice, but I’m glad I started this habit early in life.

My mom always sent my sister and me to school with a lunchbox. To be honest, I was totally embarrassed because all my friends got to order the hot lunch at school, and I was stuck with something from home. But my mom wasn’t into us eating pizza every day for lunch so there was just no way around it. In high school I had a little more freedom, and I bought lunch a few days a week. After the initial excitement of eating whatever was in the cafeteria that day, I decided I preferred bringing my lunch from home and begged my mom to continue to pack my lunch. In college I strategically scheduled my classes so I had time to run home and whip up a quick salad or something semi-healthy to get me through the day. And now, in the real world, I’m still all about packing lunches and planning ahead.

Get her recipe for Quinoa Cowboy Caviar »

Anne Gets Ready to Rock and Roll, Mark’s Got a Need for Speed and Guy Launches New Sauces

by in Food Network Chef, September 7th, 2011

anne burrell
Anne Burrell has been hitting the bowling lanes in preparation for her Sept. 29 event, Rock & Bowl, at this year’s New York City Wine and Food FestivalMetromix New York has exclusive photos of her practice session at a retro New York bowling alley. Wearing size nine bowling shoes and a mismatched pair of pink-and-yellow socks, she admitted her first ball was a gutter ball.

Mark Dacascos burned some rubber doing several laps on the new surface of Phoenix’s International Raceway. Speedway Digest reports that the Iron Chef chairman exceeded speeds of 100 miles an hour and found the experience to be “the best video game in the world.”

Find out what Morimoto and Guy Fieri are up to »

Grilled Pork With Arugula-and-Grape Salad — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, September 7th, 2011

grilled pork with arugula
Even though Labor Day has come and gone, you can still utilize your grill. Top perfectly grilled pork chops with an arugula and grape salad. Sprinkle your final dish with gorgonzola cheese.

Get the recipe: Grilled Pork With Arugula-and-Grape Salad

Browse more of Food Network’s grilling recipes.

Chicken-and-Cheese Enchiladas — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, September 6th, 2011

chicken and cheese enchiladas
With the help of a store-bought rotisserie chicken, these enchiladas come together in under 30 minutes.

Get the recipe: Chicken-and-Cheese Enchiladas

Browse more of Food Network’s kid-friendly recipes.

Seeing Stars in September — FN Fan Bites

by in Food Network Chef, September 2nd, 2011

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Duff Goldman will appear with his band, Sand Ox, at the Wing Festival in Buffalo New York Saturday, September 3. The event marks the Buffalo Wing Festival’s 10th birthday celebration. Duff and members of his band will serve as judges in the birthday cake decorating competition. Visit the festival website for details on submitting a cake entry.

Iron Chef Jose Garces will be cooking at the 26th annual Kennett Square Mushroom Festival in Pennsylvania on September 10, with a book signing to follow. Chef Garces is the author of Latin Evolution, which features the flavors and cooking styles of Spain and Latin America.

Find out what Bobby and Alton are up to »

Fans Show Love for The Pioneer Woman With Launch Parties Across America

by in Events, September 1st, 2011

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It’s no surprise that Ree Drummond, better known as the Pioneer Woman, would have a strong following of Tweets during this past Saturday’s premiere show on Food Network, but fans took it one step further by throwing Pioneer Woman watch parties. Fans young and old gathered around the couch with delicious dishes of chocolate cake, macaroni and cheese, and complete breakfast buffets like @jenjenk enjoyed with her family (pictured above). Below, check out four more of our favorite watch party moments that were captured on Twitter.

Our four favorite watch party moments »

Chocolate Whoopie Pies — Recipe of the Day

by in Recipes, September 1st, 2011

whoopie pies
Enjoy more time with your guests this Labor Day weekend by making these small pies ahead of time; store tightly in a sealed container for up to 1 week.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Whoopie Pies

Browse more of Food Network’s Labor Day dessert recipes.