All Posts By Victoria Phillips

Win Live Simply Granola and Trail Mix!

by , May 16th, 2012

live simply granola and trail mix
Mix up your breakfast routine and stay fueled all day long with Simply Suzanne’s Apple Pecan Rosemary Granola. High in both fiber and protein, this savory granola contains only five ingredients. Apples, pecans, granola and raisins are tossed w...

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Three Ways to Use: Black Tea

by in Food Network Magazine, May 16th, 2012

earl grey cupcakes
Each month, Food Network Magazine puts chefs from Food Network Kitchens to the test: Create recipes that put a new spin on a pantry staple like chocolate syrup or instant coffee.

This month, Morgan Hass, Sarah Copeland and Rob Bleifer infuse cupcakes, cocktails and even ribs with subtle notes of black tea.

Recipe: Tea Cakes With Earl Grey Icing (pictured above)
Sarah says: “These tiny, rich chocolate cakes come alive with a playful puff of Earl Grey meringue.”

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Win These Gluten-Free Cookbooks!

by , May 9th, 2012

gluten-free cookbooks
One in 133 people have celiac disease. The autoimmune digestive disorder damages part of the small intestine, making it impossible for the body to absorb certain nutrients. When someone with celiac disease eats gluten, the body is essentially attack...

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Win These Mom-Approved Cookbooks!

by , May 2nd, 2012
Ellie Kreiger and Robin Miller books

Win these books for the mom in your life!

Not sure what to get the woman who has it all? How about a set of cookbooks that will help her get healthy meals on the table fast? Or better yet, let mom kick up her feet and relax this Mother’s Day wh...

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Win These Popcorn Chips!

by , April 25th, 2012
popcorn chips

Want to win some of these?

Imagine it’s time for a midday snack. What do you reach for? Chips? Popcorn? How about popcorn . . . in the shape of a chip? Break out of a snack time rut with chip’ins—it’s both popcorn and a chip all i...

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Win These Chia Seed Bars!

by , April 18th, 2012

chia seed bars

Chia seeds aren’t just for growing a fuzzy green pet or getting that annoying jingle stuck in your head. This small, nutty seed is gaining popularity thanks to its long list of nutrients. Full of fiber, protein and antioxidants, chia seeds...

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Win These Freeze-Dried Fruit Snacks!

by , April 11th, 2012

freeze dried snacksChange up your afternoon snack routine with freeze-dried fruit in 100 and 40-calorie serving packs. These packs of freeze-dried fruit aren’t your typical astronaut food, however. Kiwis, bananas, apples, Asian pears and more from FruitziO! take ...

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Celebrate National Chip and Dip Day!

by , March 23rd, 2012
cracked pepper chips and onion dip

Ellie Krieger's Cracked Pepper Potato Chips with Onion Dip

America’s favorite snack duo has its own holiday, and that day is today. Crunchy chips and creamy dip can be part of a healthy eating plan, but not all chips are created equal. Skip th...

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Who Do You Want Cooking Lessons From?

by in Community, Food Network Chef, March 21st, 2012

guy fieri, alton brown, bobby flay, anne burrell
Food Network recently asked fans on Facebook: “Which Food Network chef would you most like to take cooking lessons from, and why?” Many who responded didn’t want to choose just one, but those who did shared exact reasons why. Guy, Bobby, Anne and Alton were among the top picks. Here are some of the highlights:

  • Randy Nez: Bobby Flay. His story is truly unique and inspiring, and one of his many influences is my homeland — the beautiful Southwest. I love his ability to throw down with just about any dish, and I love to grill.
  • Sharon Grimes: Guy Fieri because he’s fun, he knows what he’s talking about, we use the same cooking style and he’s not as messy as some of the others. He loves his family, he’s always involving his kids and he’s not trying to make himself look bigger or better than anybody else.

Who do you want cooking lessons from?

Enter for a Chance to Win a Copy of Food Network Magazine’s 1,000 Easy Recipes

by in Contests, Food Network Magazine, March 14th, 2012

Food Network Magazine Cookbook

This follow-up to the best-selling cookbook Food Network Magazine Great Easy Meals dishes out another collection of fantastic ideas in the same winning package.

Get ready for more than 400 pages filled with recipes, photos and new tips from Food Network Kitchens, based on Food Network Magazines signature pull-out booklets of 50 extra-short, always-fun recipes.

This book combines the best of those recipes with more than 300 amazing photographs and tips from Food Network’s test kitchens. It’s the ultimate cookbook for busy parents, full of family favorites like pancakes, nachos and brownies, along with healthy options for quick weeknight meals, including soups, dinner salads and kabobs, plus great ideas for weekend get-togethers, like instant appetizers, party dips and cocktails.

You can order a copy right now, but we’d like to give you a chance to win a copy. All you have to do is comment on this post by telling us which recipe from Food Network Magazine is your favorite and why. We’re giving away five copies of the magazine cookbook to randomly selected and very lucky commenters.

Find out how to win a copy