If you’ve ever found yourself watching Cutthroat Kitchen and imagining the next-best sabotage that could befall the competitors, now is your chance to have your ideas heard. Food Network is currently accepting submissions for upcoming challenges, and it’s up to you, Cutthroat fans, to decide with what disruptions future contestants will have to adapt. You’ve seen host Alton Brown sell the exclusive use of salt and enforce a mandate to fashion utensils out of aluminum foil, but now the network wants to know what you think he should dish out next.
Think you have the ultimate sabotage worthy of being featured on the show? Tell Food Network by tweeting your suggestion using #Evilicious or leaving a comment below, and it may appear on an upcoming episode of Cutthroat Kitchen.
You can still have your fried chicken and eat it too. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Oven-Fried Chicken, uses corn cereal crumbs and crushed crackers to create a delicious coating for Ellie’s faux-fried chicken. A light spray of olive oil before baking guarantees lightly crispy results.
For more everyday healthy recipes for kids and families, visit Food Network’s Let’s Get Healthy board on Pinterest.
The summer heat may still be beating down upon us, but craving a bowl of soup is a year-round comfort. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Magazine’s Italian Wedding Soup, gets a twist with the addition of orzo, a tiny rice-shaped pasta that adds a delicate texture.
On September 8, cable networks, including Food Network and Cooking Channel, will join together in an effort to end childhood hunger. You’ll notice iconic logos in orange in support of September being Hunger Awareness Month. Go Orange is designed to raise public awareness for an issue that affects almost 50 million people every day — 16 million of those going hungry are children. The impact of hunger on society runs deep: It’s It’s a health issue, it’s a school-performance issue and it’s an economic issue. The hope is that it can soon be a nonissue. September’s Go Orange campaign strives to engage the public to make ending childhood hunger a national priority.
Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign connects kids in need with nutritious food and teaches their families how to cook healthy, affordable meals.
Homemade pizza is a lot more approachable to make from scratch than you might think. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week breaks down the popular dough, step-by-step, for incredible ease.
What You’ll Need: Start with a medium bowl that’s been lightly coated with olive oil. Add warm water (about 110 degrees F), dry yeast and sugar. Note: The activated yeast feeds on the sugar and then makes the dough rise. In another bowl, combine flour and salt. Have a fork, cutting board, knife, pizza pan and rolling pin (optional) handy.
Whether you’re still looking for a last-minute Father’s Day dessert recipe or want to liven up a weeknight meal with a quick and easy recipe, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week is perfect for kids and adults. Guy tops store-bought pizza dough with marshmallows, chocolate and graham crackers.
It’s not too soon to start preparing recipes for Dad’s big day next weekend. Start Father’s Day morning on an easy, yet satisfying note with Ree’s classic eggs Benedict, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. Ree’s recipe features English muffins topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs and a creamy sauce.
Sometimes the most-simple ingredients can make a perfect side dish for the warm months. Paula’s five-star salad, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, is one of those recipes. Hard-boiled eggs, celery, bell peppers, green onions and Paula’s house seasoning are combined with classic elbow macaroni to complete any meal. Make it in advance and keep it refrigerated until you’re ready to serve.