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Beer-Marinated Grilled Skirt Steak — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, June 26th, 2016

Beer Marinated Grilled Skirt SteakThe easiest way to improve a grilled steak is with a standout marinade. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, a top-rated skirt steak from Marcela Valladolid, combines sweet orange slices with salty soy sauce and crisp lager to create stellar flavor and keep the meat juicy all the way through. After marinating for an hour, the steak is ready to hit the grill. Thanks to the thin nature of skirt steak, it takes only about 4 minutes on each side before it’s medium-rare and ready to serve.

For more summertime barbecue inspiration, check out Food Network’s Let’s Grill! board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: Beer-Marinated Grilled Skirt Steak

Andrew Zimmern Takes Over Food Network’s Snapchat Discover

by in Community, Food Network Chef, June 21st, 2016

Coral worms, rectum sausage, tarantulas and grubs — these are just a few of the most-bizarre things Andrew Zimmern has ever eaten. Tonight on Travel Channel (9|8c), Bizarre Foods returns to television so Andrew can tell the food stories no one else is telling … and eat some bizarre food, of course. And for one day only, AZ is taking a break from his travels to host a takeover on Food Network’s Snapchat Discover.

The result: a food experience you won’t want to miss. Andrew is sharing even more of his most-bizarre eats ever, what he loves to eat on the road, and even his favorite recipes (things you can actually make at home). Even the most-seasoned traveler can learn a thing or two from Andrew’s must-have travel list.

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Ree Drummond’s Ice Cream Layer Cake — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, June 19th, 2016

Ree Drummond's Ice Cream Layer CakeIf you’ve never before made a homemade ice cream cake, start with Ree’s easy recipe, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. She uses sliced store-bought pound cake, three classic ice cream flavors and crushed candies to make a cool and refreshing summer dessert —no churning or baking required. After layering the cake, ice cream and candies, Ree covers the cake with a chocolate-sauce shell to seal the layers and create a delicious, chocolatey topping. Take it from The Pioneer Woman: This is one dessert that “will make you very, very popular.”

For more crowd-pleasing recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Entertain board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: Ice Cream Layer Cake

Ina’s Cinnamon Baked Doughnuts — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, June 12th, 2016

Ina Garten Cinnamon Baked DoughnutsEasy to make in a hurry, Ina Garten’s light, fluffy doughnuts are a surprisingly healthy version of the classic coffee-shop treat and are this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. Ina bakes the doughnuts instead of frying them, which not only turns out a soft, tender finished product, but also keeps you from having to work with messy hot oil. After the doughnuts come out of the oven, Ina dips them in butter and cinnamon sugar to create the sweet and cinnamon-y glaze you know and love.

For more sweet-tooth-satisfying desserts, check out Food Network’s Let’s Bake! board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: Ina’s Cinnamon Baked Doughnuts

Baja-Style Fish Tacos — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, June 5th, 2016

Baja-Style Fish TacosCrispy fried halibut and a creamy mayo-lemon sauce are a perfect pairing in this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, a top-rated recipe for easy fish tacos from Marcela Valladolid. According to Marcela, the batter on the fish, which comes together with a Mexican beer, “will change the way you think about fried fish.”

For more sweet and savory favorites, check out Food Network’s Let’s Cook Recipe of the Day board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: Marcela Valladolid’s Baja-Style Fish Tacos

Ina’s Linguine with Shrimp Scampi — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, May 29th, 2016

Linguine with Shrimp ScampiWith summer just around the corner, it’s time to say goodbye to the heavy, creamy sauces that are a staple in winter comfort food. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, a simple pasta dish from Ina Garten, brings together garlicky shrimp and a zesty lemon sauce over linguine to make a fresh, satisfying dinner. To boost the flavor in this dish, which takes less than 30 minutes to prepare, Ina adds the cooked pasta to the skillet while the sauce simmers, allowing ample time for all the flavors to be absorbed.

For more impressive dinner ideas, check out Food Network’s Let’s Entertain board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: Ina Garten’s Linguine with Shrimp Scampi

Giada De Laurentiis Takes Over Food Network’s Snapchat Discover 

by in Community, Food Network Chef, Shows, May 22nd, 2016

Giada De LaurentiisIt’s that time of year again! That’s right, tonight (9|8c) marks the return of Food Network Star. Season 12 promises fierce competition, crazy challenges and the best contestants yet. And to add to the excitement, mentor Giada De Laurentiis is taking over Food Network’s Snapchat Discover.

For 24 hours only, you can get totally exclusive content to get you prepped for this season. We’ve got a special Q&A with Giada, a one-on-one tutorial for one of her favorite recipes and the audition tapes of this year’s contestants. So yeah, you’re going to want to see this.

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Top-Rated Cinnamon Rolls — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, May 15th, 2016

Cinnamon RollsTender and fluffy on the inside with layers of buttery cinnamon sugar throughout, The Pioneer Woman’s five-star cinnamon rolls, featured in Food Network Magazine, are the ultimate in morning indulgence and this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. After baking the rolls until they’re golden and puffed, blanket them with a sweetened coffee-maple drizzle for an over-the-top treat.

For more sweet-tooth-satisfying ideas, check out Food Network’s Let’s Bake! board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: The Pioneer Woman’s Cinnamon Rolls Featured in Food Network Magazine

The Pioneer Woman’s French Fries — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, May 8th, 2016

Perfect Frnech FriesTake it from The Pioneer Woman. If she says that these crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside fries are “perfect,” we’re quick to trust her. The secret to her recipe, featured in Food Network Magazine, is a double-fry technique: One dip in the oil whisks away excess moisture and cooks the potato, while the second turns the fries craveably crisp.

Check out more of our Most Popular Pins of the Week, then stop by Food Network’s Let’s Cook Comfort Food board on Pinterest to find more hearty, decadent recipes.

Get the Recipe: The Pioneer Woman’s Perfect French Fries, Featured in Food Network Magazine

The Only Salad Dressing Recipe You’ll Ever Need — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, May 1st, 2016

Aunt Trish's Salad DressingThe ultimate fix-it-and-forget-it recipe, The Pioneer Woman’s big-batch salad dressing works well on top of a simple green salad, and she notes that it can also star tossed in a pasta salad. Her secret? A classic combination of nutty Parmesan and bright, fresh lemon juice, which add bold taste to her oil-based dressing. If you’re planning to serve this at a party, keep in mind that Ree Drummond recommends letting the dressing chill for a day before serving it; this will give the flavors of the ingredients a chance to marry.

Check out more Most Popular Pins of the Week, and visit Food Network’s Let’s Get Healthy board to find other good-for-you recipe inspiration.

Get the Recipe: Aunt Trish’s Salad Dressing from The Pioneer Woman