You would never guess that these marbled brownies combine two decadent treats, lightened up. The cheesecake layer is made with reduced-fat cream cheese while low-fat buttermilk keeps the brownie base moist and fudgy. You’ll quickly see why these brownies are this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week.
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Food Network Kitchen Atlanta, a grab-and-go market, is now open at Terminal D in the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Serving up classic dishes with a local Georgia twist, this new venture from Food Network will feature a fresh selection of salads, soups, and cold and toasted sandwiches made with local and organic ingredients. The Kitchens have also utilized local products like jams, jellies and relishes. The market will also serve signature items like the Big Peach Ham and Brie sandwich made with local honey and thyme on an H&F Bread Co. ciabatta roll (pictured above).
All of the items are offered alongside a selection of American wines, local beers and locally roasted coffees.
There are 184 days until Thanksgiving — halfway there! — and our editors and recipe developers are busy dreaming up the best feast ever for FoodNetwork.com. Here’s a sneak peek: the all-in-one, do-it-all, why-choose-one Everything Pie — Apple, Pecan and Pumpkin. Look out for it this fall on FoodNetwork.com. In the meantime, there are plenty of Thanksgiving-y foods that work all year long, like these green beans, mashed potatoes and pumpkin bread. Why wait? Celebrate #halfwaytothanksgiving.
Leave it to Jeff Mauro to transform a common outdoor treat, which is also this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, into an indoor recipe fans can make year-round. He reimagines the summertime treat by layering crunchy walnuts, warm melted chocolate and gooey marshmallows in a pan, then serving graham crackers for dipping.
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And what does the culinary team on the set of Guy’s Grocery Games do with all that leftover food each week? The team worked diligently to maintain a recycling program for waste management. Crew members always got to take home items that may be on the way out, but most of the products went to a local farmer, local food banks and charities.