What’s amaro? No, it’s not what you get when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie. That’s amore. (Thanks, Dean!)
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Anyone who has ever heedlessly heated up last night’s leftover broccoli or tuna casserole in the office microwave knows the shame of the smelly office lunch. Ew! Why, oh, why do so many high-rise office windows not open?
Your co-workers may never forgive or forget, bringing it up at meetings for many months to come and bestowing unflattering nicknames on you. So do you have to resign yourself to a daily greeting of “Hey there, stinky!”? Or is it time to fire up the ol’ resume and dodge the bad rap by getting out of Dodge?
Nothing so drastic may be necessary, as it happens. Because now, armed with info, you can take precautions.
Vegetarians have their dating services — apparently lots of them — but what about a dating service for the poor, neglected meat lovers of the world?
Turns out, there is one — or at least there’s the tongue-in-cheek promise of one in Australia. The meat-delivery service Carnivore Club, which serves carnivores in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and the European Union, marked its launch into the land Down Under with a video ad touting an online dating service called, cleverly, Meat Your Match.
GAC and Dolly Parton Team Up to Host Smoky Mountains Rise Telethon in Support of the Tennessee Wildfire Relief Effortsby Maria Russo in News, December 9th, 2016
Following several weeks of raging wildfires that cost 14 lives and ravaged the area of Sevier County, Tennessee, and the surrounding Great Smoky Mountains, the town of Gatlinburg reopened its businesses this morning. But the devastating effects of the tragedy will be felt throughout the state for weeks and months to come.
Tennessee holds a special place in the hearts of us here at Food Network. Our parent company, Scripps Networks Interactive, calls Knoxville home, as does the team at Great American Country, which is also owned by Scripps Networks Interactive. Dolly Parton, too, is a Tennessee native with strong ties to the Great Smoky Mountains, and on Tuesday, Dec. 13, GAC will team up with her to host the Smoky Mountains Rise Telethon, which will air on GAC at 8 p.m. EST, to benefit the ongoing wildfire relief efforts.
There’s nothing like sipping a glass of red wine at a gathering of friends on a winter night. It’s truly a lovely feeling. But that headache you get afterward? Not lovely at all.
Why do you always seem to get a red wine headache, especially when the person next to you has no issue at all? And what can you do to keep those headaches at bay?
Just in time for the holidays, Food Network has launched a brand-new recipe chatbot on Facebook Messenger.
Through fun, friendly one-on-one conversations, users can now ask the bot directly for recipes, meal ideas and seasonal picks, culling from a collection of over 60,000 trusted Food Network recipes.
Think of it as your own all-in-one, personal sous chef, food-based encyclopedia and extensive recipe box — right on your phone.
Is there anything better, when you need a morning eye-opener, a midday pick-me-up or an after-dinner sip, than a nice and friendly cup of coffee? Well, yes, actually, now there is: a nice and friendly cup of coffee topped with a spiky pyramid of sumptuous meringue.
If all you want for Christmas is a body like Mariah Carey’s (so you can display it sporting eye-opening outfits on social media, possibly Photoshopped), well, she’s sharing her diet secret. And not to be judge-y, because, you know, we all have our stuff, but it’s kind of weird.
To be fair, she appeared reluctant to disclose it and aware that her methods may not be for everyone.
“It’s really hard. … My diet, you would hate it,” the singer told E!, during an interview about her new reality series on the channel, Mariah’s World. (We just live in it.)
Your favorite foods always please you — that’s why they’re your faves. But who knew they could also surprise you? A video posted online by the network Great Big Story fills us all in on the unexpected origins of six disparate yet equally beloved foods.
Here are four takeaways from the video to trot out and impress the people you’re stuck making small talk with at all those holiday parties you’re apt to find yourself at this season.
Being handy in the kitchen is a deeply attractive quality — the way to the heart is through the stomach and all that. So we probably didn’t need People magazine to tell us that a man who cooks is sexy. Still, it’s nice to see the chefs honored in the publication’s “sexiest man alive 2016” package get some deserved recognition for heating up the kitchen without firing up the stove.
Several friends of Food Network made People’s list, including Franco Noriega (pictured above), a former underwear model and New York restaurateur (the Lower East Side Peruvian chicken spot Baby Brasa). And while the magazine celebrates him for his “ripped” abs and “drool”-worthy Instagram snaps, we’re equally as likely to drool over the Peruvian-style chicken recipe he recently shared on The Kitchen.