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Recipe of the Day: Buttermilk Fried Chicken

by in Recipes, May 26th, 2011

buttermilk fried chicken

Chances are you’ll be grilling burgers and dogs all summer long, so switch things up this Memorial Day by making fried chicken. Whether you’re making a small batch for your family or celebrating with a large crowd, you will become a fan fave with juicy chicken that’s crispy and golden all the way around.

Get the recipe: Buttermilk Fried Chicken

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Recipe of the Day: Alton’s Pulled Pork

by in Recipes, May 25th, 2011

alton brown's pulled pork

So good it doesn’t even need a bun, making Alton’s sweet and spicy pulled pork is easier than you think. Juicy and flavorful, the pork soaks overnight in a molasses-spiked brine and is smoked with a cumin, fennel, coriander and chili dry rub for 12 hours. Need help? Watch Alton make this recipe.

Get the recipe: Alton’s Pulled Pork

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FN Fan Bites: Sunny’s Military Roots, Tyler’s Growing Empire and More

by in Food Network Chef, May 24th, 2011

sunny anderson
Sunny Anderson gave us a sneak peak of a special she’s filming for Food Network about the military, her family and food on her blog this week. A surprise for many fans, Sunny is a veteran Senior Airman herself and her father was a member of the historic 82nd Airborne, as well as an Army Ranger. As you plan your Memorial Day weekend, enjoy a meal with your favorite service member or simply honor them while sharing these tasty picnic recipes with your friends and family: Memorial Day Favorites.

Tyler Florence has been profiled by Forbes magazine in recognition of his growing entrepreneurial empire. Chef Florence has created an impressive $50 million business with four restaurants, 3 retail shops, a wine label, cutlery and cookware, a gourmet food line, a baby food brand called Sprout and more is expected to evolve with the help his wife and business partner Tolan Florence. You can see his video interview with Forbes on YouTube.

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Recipe of the Day: Sunny’s Patriotic Berry Trifle

by in Recipes, May 24th, 2011

patriotic berry trifle

Whether you’re having guests over or need to bring a dessert to a friend’s party this Memorial Day weekend, this trifle will be your showstopper, not to mention it’s extremely easy to put together. Light and fluffy angel food cake, along with fresh blueberries and strawberries are layered with luxurious homemade whipped cream — it’s patriotic perfection!

Get the recipe: Sunny’s Patriotic Berry Trifle

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Recipe of the Day: Chicken Fingers With Curried Ketchup

by in Recipes, May 23rd, 2011

chicken fingers with curried ketchup

Let’s face it: Everyone loves chicken fingers — both kids and adults. So why not eat chicken fingers you can feel good about? Ditch the ones available in the frozen aisle and roll skinless chicken breasts in crunchy panko breadcrumbs, then bake them off until crisp and cooked through. Add lime juice and curry powder to ketchup for an upgraded dipping sauce.

Get the recipe: Chicken Fingers With Curried Ketchup

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Recipe of the Day: Hash-Brown Eggs

by in Recipes, May 20th, 2011

hash brown eggs
Looking for the ultimate breakfast or brunch recipe for this weekend? Look no further. Boring hash browns are woken up by grating an onion and adding it to a skillet with the potatoes. After they’ve crisped up, add cheddar cheese to the top along with two eggs. After the eggs have set, top it with your choice of mild, medium or hot salsa.

Get the recipe: Hash-Brown Eggs

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Food Network Stars Shine at the Show Me Music and Arts Festival

by in Events, Food Network Chef, May 19th, 2011

ellie krieger

Our sister site, GACtv.com, announced today that the Celebrity Chef Pavilion Stage at the first-ever Show Me Music and Arts Festival will feature three Food Network stars: Chefs Robert Irvine, Ellie Krieger and Aaron McCargo, Jr.

According to the site, “Chef McCargo, the 2008 winner of Food Network Star and host of Big Daddy’s House will start things off.  Chef Krieger, host of Healthy Appetite will be up next and chef Irvine, host of Dinner: Impossible, Worst Cooks in America and Restaurant: Impossible, will close things out.”

Visit GACtv.com for more information about the event.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/the-next-food-network-star/index.html

Recipe of the Day: Chicken, Sausage and Peppers

by in Recipes, May 19th, 2011

chicken, sausage and peppers
Whether you’ve just returned from baseball practice, work or the gym, you can still put dinner on the table quick. This dish whips up in just 35 minutes and has something for everyone.  Boneless, skinless chicken breasts and sweet, Italian sausages are cut up into chunks and sautéed with fragrant onions and peppers. Before serving, pour a sauce made of garlic, white wine, cherry peppers and butter over it to kick it up a notch.

Tip: Add extra heat by using spicy sausage and hot cherry peppers.

Get the recipe: Chicken, Sausage and Peppers

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Fish Farming in Hell’s Kitchen

by in Events, May 18th, 2011

tilapia
That’s right: There is a tilapia farm in Manhattan. Food and Finance High School students are learning careers for the future from this lab run by Cornell Extension Professor Philson Warner. Aquaculture is a closed system of farming that raises hydroponic crops that links to a fish farm, cleaning and feeding as it cycles. The good professor suggests that this is how man might one day farm on planets less green than our own.

Join Food Network Kitchens this Friday, May 20, at 6:30 PM at Chelsea Market in New York City, for a special evening fundraiser and silent auction benefiting the Food and Finance High School. Special guests include Alex Guarnaschelli and Kelsey Nixon. Get tickets at foodeducationfund.org.

Get the recipe pictured above: Bobby’s Baked Tilapia