With the season of giving freshly upon us, Share Our Strength — a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger in America — and its No Kid Hungry campaign is leading #GivingTuesday tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 2. It’s a one-day, all-day give-a-thon committed to providing breakfast and more meals for kids.
Thanks to fans’ support, last year’s #GivingTuesday raised enough money to provide more than 500,000 meals to children, and No Kid Hungry hopes to double that number this year, but they need your support to do so. When you donate $10, you’ll be providing 100 meals for a child in America; plus, No Kid Hungry will match your tax-deductible gift, up to $50,000.
How to get involved? Pledge your support for No Kid Hungry, and on #GivingTuesday, visit NoKidHungry.org/GivingTuesday to donate and join the cause.
No matter if this Thanksgiving will be your first time preparing the feast or if you’re a veteran host, chances are that with just days left until the holiday, you have a few questions about the meal on your mind. FoodNetwork.com is here to help.
This Saturday, Nov. 22, beginning at noon EST, our editors will be on hand during the premiere of Thanksgiving at Bobby’s to tackle your turkey day conundrums. From how to find the best brine for the bird to how to mix up fluffy mashed potatoes and bake the flakiest pie crust, tweet your question to @FoodNetwork using #ThanksgivingFeast or post it to Food Network’s Facebook page, and it may get answered.
Just a few weeks ago, FN Dish kicked off the fall season by asking fans to create their ultimate autumn-inspired Pinterest boards, and sure enough, readers delivered. You clicked through FoodNetwork.com and curated hundreds of pins celebrating all things apples, pumpkins, pies and crowd-pleasing comfort food, including Apple Crumble with Vanilla Ice Cream, Baked Pumpkin Rice Pudding, and Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese.
After scrolling through the boards and scouring the pins, FN Dish rounded up its top three picks for the best fall boards. Meet the winners, follow their boards, and get the featured recipes and tips below.
The calendar page turning to October means we can officially start counting down the days to Halloween — and all those sweet Halloween treats. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week is an easy dinner party dessert option for the holiday: Make easy homemade chocolate fudge and press in crushed sandwich cookies, graham crackers, white chocolate chips, sprinkles or any fun topping.
For more Halloween-inspired recipes, check out Food Network’s Easy Halloween Ideas board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Food Network Magazine’s Chocolate Fudge
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It seemed that Pinterest boards shifted focus from barbecue and grilling to the favorites of fall — apples, pumpkins, Halloween parties and all-around comforting dishes — the day after Labor Day.
Motivated by these autumn-themed boards, Food Network is inviting fans to create their ultimate fall-inspired Pinterest board using recipes and tips from FoodNetwork.com. After you’ve created your board, submit the URL in the comment section below.
FoodNetwork.com editors will choose their favorites, which will be featured on FN Dish throughout the month of October.
You can get dried pasta anywhere, but fresh pasta made by your own hands is something special. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week demystifies the process so you can make fresh pasta yourself.
For more how-tos, check out Food Network’s Let’s Learn board on Pinterest.
Get the Step-by-Step Photo Tutorial: How to Make Fresh Pasta