All Posts By Victoria Phillips

Win This Whisk!

by , November 6th, 2013

qwik wisk

Skip bottled salad dressings that are full of excess sodium and processed ingredients and instead mix the perfect vinaigrette at home with a Qwik Wisk. Or whip up egg whites for breakfast, try your hand at homemade sauce or make homemade condiments ...

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Exclusive Offer for FN Dish Readers: Free Tote with FN Mag Subscription

by in Food Network Magazine, November 5th, 2013

food network magazine toteGive the perfect holiday gift to your favorite Food Network fan (or yourself) — a subscription to Food Network Magazine. Get even more recipes from Ina, Alex, Bobby and others delivered straight to your door. Each issue features behind-the-scenes photos from the set of shows like Chopped and The Pioneer Woman, plus hundreds of recipes tested by Food Network Kitchens. Click here to subscribe and you’ll receive the exclusive Food Network Magazine tote above for free with your order.

Win This Blender!

by , October 30th, 2013

ninja blender

Whip up smoothies, soups and more with the Ninja Ultima Blender. The Ninja’s speed range allows you to gently blend or totally crush ingredients, and the dual-blade system breaks down whole fruits, vegetables, greens, seeds and ice. Plus, chop...

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Win This Cookware Set!

by , October 23rd, 2013

all-clad

Having the right pots and pans in the kitchen is as crucial to a home cook as having the right ingredients on hand. This 10-Piece All-Clad B3 Cookware Set has a vessel for every job: Boil noodles for Meat and Mushroom Lasagna at the same time that y...

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Win This Dehydrator!

by , October 16th, 2013

dehydrator

Dehydrated fruits and vegetables aren’t just for outdoors-y types going on a camping trip. Apples, pears, bell peppers, tomatoes—you name it—can be turned into healthy, portable snacks for anyone. Instead of always turning to store-bought ...

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Win This Cookbook!

by , October 9th, 2013

Cookbook

Based on actress Haylie Duff’s successful blog of the same name, The Real Girl’s Kitchen cookbook features her favorite recipes for healthy living. Try out recipes for quick lunches, salads, and snacks, plus easy kitchen tips for elegant...

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Fried or Steamed Dumplings: Which Do You Prefer?

by in Food Network Magazine, October 4th, 2013

dumplingsFood Network Magazine wants to know which side you’re on. Vote in the poll below and tell FN Dish whether you prefer to nosh on fried or steamed dumplings.

Win This Glass Prep Board!

by , October 2nd, 2013

glass cutting board

Chop and prep your weeknight dinners in style with this large glass board from Core Kitchen. Skid-resistant feet keep it from sliding around your counter, while the tempered glass makes the board practically shatterproof. Easily chop veggies for a H...

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Win This FoodSaver!

by , September 25th, 2013

Food Saver

Enjoying summer produce well into winter is as easy as clicking a button. The FoodSaver vacuum seal system keeps food fresh up to five times longer, and comes with both heat-seal and heavy-duty zipper bags. Simply blanch fruits and veggies, then sea...

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You Asked Food Network Stars

by in Food Network Magazine, September 21st, 2013

October cover

Food Network stars answer your burning questions in the October issue of Food Network Magazine.

Ree, your ranch is pretty remote. How often do you go to the store and how do you plan your meals for the week?
Matt Pelis from Shelburne Falls, Mass.

We have a small grocery store in our town where I can get lots of essentials. I don’t plan my meals by the week at all. Instead, I just make sure to have plenty of staples on hand: meats, pastas, beans, canned tomato products, onions, potatoes, carrots and rice. I can whip up most things I need with these basics. When my husband or I pass through town, we’ll grab lettuce and other shorter-lived products. And when I’m in the big city, I get things I can’t get locally, like jarred pesto, great sauces and relishes.
Ree Drummond

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