Paula’s Uncle Bubba serves his classic deep-fried shrimp po’ boy, a traditional submarine sandwich from Louisiana, on a toasted hoagie roll with tartar sauce. If you want to feel like you’re in New Orleans, ask your family if they’d like their sandwich fully “dressed,” which means adding lettuce, tomato and mayo (in this case tartarRead more »
You won’t even need a bowl for this on-the-grill version of the classic banana split. It’s brushed with butter and sugar, smothered in melted chocolate and topped with ice cream, whipped cream and, of course, a cherry. Get the recipe: Grilled Banana Splits Browse more of Food Network’s dessert recipes for summer.
Chef Aarón Sanchez has formed a partnership with the House of Blues to bring his signature Latin flavors to their tables. According to Las Vegas Weekly, “The new menu will include meals inspired by many types of cuisines, including dishes like shrimp and grits in a garlic chipotle sauce and meatball sliders.” In addition toRead more »
If you haven’t been watching Entourage this season, Bobby Flay has been stirring up some trouble and it’s not in the kitchen. The storyline goes like this: Bobby Flay is dating Ari Gold’s wife and he finally made an appearance in last night’s episode at his fictional Los Angeles restaurant, Flay’s. Watch Bobby confront AriRead more »
Juicy bites of ripe peaches and strawberries are tossed in brown sugar and topped with a sweet and buttery crust of oats, almonds and cinnamon. Lemon juice brings out all the flavors in the fruit and the brown sugar will thicken up, creating a sauce for the fruit mixture. Giada’s tip: Peel the peaches forRead more »
The season finale of Food Network Star is this Sunday and fans are certainly vocal about their favorite contestant over on the Star blog. This week, Jeff, Susie and Vic will face the judges one last time, but a surprise Camera Challenge will send one home early. A Look Back at the Star-Studded Season [Video]Read more »
If you’re looking to keep your kitchen cool this summer, but don’t want to miss out on your favorite pasta dishes like lasagna, try experimenting with no-cook noodles. Becoming tender with just a drizzle of water inside a foil pouch, you can layer with whatever sauces, cheeses, meats and veggies you like. Get the recipeRead more »
Paula tops brown sugar-spiked baked beans with bacon pieces for a weeknight side dish or potluck favorite. Make it a complete meal by serving these smoky-sweet beans with Chili-Glazed Pork Ribs from Food Network Magazine. Get the recipe: Southern Baked Beans Browse more of Food Network’s side dish recipes for grilling season.
Instead of topping your French toast with fruit, try sandwiching caramelized bananas between two pieces of bread to create a portable breakfast treat that has a hint of orange and is topped with real maple syrup. Get the recipe: French Toast Panini With Grilled Bananas Browse more of Food Network’s breakfast recipes.
Twice a month, we’re giving readers a chance to ask Food Network Kitchens’ advice about an issue they’re having with a dish. They can’t reformulate a recipe for you, but they’re happy to help improve it. For example, this week’s question is directly related to the intense summer heat we’ve been having. Question: “With allRead more »