by Delia Paunescu in Community, November 11th, 2014
by Maria Russo in Community, November 9th, 2014
Certainly, Food Network chefs do a mighty fine job of sharing their culinary adventures and personal lives in 140 characters on Twitter. So much so that we’re proud to feature them right over here. But just in case you’d like to expand your following, here’s a handy list of top food-world personalities to add to your Twitter roll.
by Maria Russo in Community, November 2nd, 2014
When it comes to rounding out your dinner menu with a few easy-to-make side dishes, look no further than potatoes. From mashing and pureeing to frying, grilling and sauteing, there’s no shortage of ways to prepare the humble spud, including Ina Garten’s preferred method of roasting, which is featured in this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. She opts for a few pounds of small potatoes to make her five-star dish, which boasts bold flavor from fresh garlic and a final sprinkle of parsley before serving.
For more top-rated recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Cook: 5-Star Recipes board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Garlic Roasted Potatoes (pictured above)
by FN Dish Editor in Community, November 1st, 2014
From fried chicken drumsticks and roasted whole chickens to simply grilled chicken breasts, there are days when it seems like you’ve done nearly all you can with the humble chicken. But the beauty of this family-friendly meat is that it’s endlessly versatile and pairs well with a variety of flavors and textures. Follow Giada De Laurentiis’ lead and dress up boneless, skinless chicken breasts with fresh lemon juice and briny capers to create her classic Chicken Piccata, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week.
For more five-star recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s 5-Star Recipes board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Chicken Piccata
by Maria Russo in Community, October 26th, 2014
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.
by Maria Russo in Community, October 19th, 2014
Whether you’ll be entertaining a crowd this Halloween or you have plans for neighborhood trick-or-treating with your kids, indulge your sweet tooth in a seasonal sweet featuring one of autumn’s favorite flavors: pumpkin. Food Network Magazine’s Almost-Famous Pumpkin Cheesecake (pictured above) is this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, and for good reason, as the decadent dessert features a buttery graham cracker crust and a rich pumpkin-cream cheese filling laced with cinnamon. For an extra-special presentation, finish each piece of cheesecake with a dollop of fluffy whipped cream and crunchy pecans before serving.
It’s not too early to start planning your holiday feast. For Thanksgiving inspiration, check out Food Network’s Let’s Celebrate Thanksgiving board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Almost-Famous Pumpkin Cheesecake from Food Network Magazine
by Delia Paunescu in Community, October 14th, 2014
When you think of cream pie, or even dessert, you’re likely not imagining it to be healthy — but that’s exactly the case with this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Ellie Krieger’s easy-to-make and velvety Banana Cream Pie (pictured above). This crowd-pleasing sweet treat boasts a buttery graham cracker crust, a two-part filling of fresh bananas and pudding, plus a simple topping of fluffy whipped cream, and best of all, it’s all surprisingly light.
For more good-for-you dessert ideas, check out Food Network’s Let’s Get Healthy board on Pinterest.
by Maria Russo in Community, October 12th, 2014
What exactly did people do before Pinterest? Certainly we all lived quite easily without it, sharing recipes with friends through email and snail mail — even saving them to the handy Food Network Recipe Box. But once this addictive social platform came around, sharing the best and brightest among our gastronomic roadmaps became a snap. These days, there are pin boards dedicated to just about every food fad and culinary inclination you can imagine. So to add to the beautiful deluge, here are a few pinners we think are doing it particularly well. Read more
by FN Dish Editor in Community, October 5th, 2014
When it comes to food how-tos and good-to-know tricks of the culinary trade, your favorite Food Network stars and professional chefs are the ultimate resources, as they’ve collected years of on-the-job experience that will help you tackle the kitchen. Those industry secrets, like how to properly cook pasta, approach a recipe and ensure kitchen safety, are just what fans got when they clicked on this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week: 100 Greatest Cooking Tips (of All Time!), Food Network Magazine’s collection of good-to-know snippets from leading culinary all-stars.
For more how-tos, visit Food Network’s Let’s Learn board on Pinterest.
Get the Chefs’ Secrets: 100 Greatest Cooking Tips (of All Time!) from Food Network Magazine
by FN Dish Editor in Community, September 29th, 2014
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
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.