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Food Network Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Survey: Vote Now!

by in Food Network Magazine, Polls, January 17th, 2016

Coming to newsstands in late summer 2016: Food Network Magazine’s readers’ choice issue. The special edition will have more than 100 recipes inspired by your poll picks and preferences! Vote in the survey below to let the editors know what you think should be in the magazine. Then grab the link to Hearst’s sweepstakes page for a chance to win a $500 gift card to FoodNetworkStore.com.

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POLL: What’s the Centerpiece Dish on Your Holiday Table?

by in Polls, Shows, November 28th, 2015

The KitchenWith Thanksgiving, a holiday all but devoted to turkey, behind us, the focus has shifted to the upcoming holiday season and the entertaining that comes with it. From cocktail parties and cookie swaps to family dinners and open houses, holiday get-togethers can be what you make them in terms of the food and drink you pass and serve. On this morning’s brand-new episode of The Kitchen, the cast kicked off the season with a hearty menu ideal for entertaining, including Jeff Mauro’s roast beef.

FN Dish wants to know: When it comes to the centerpiece element at your holiday feast, what dish do you most often prepare? Do you, like Jeff, reach for the beef, or do you follow the suit of Thanksgiving and opt for a turkey? Cast your vote in the poll below to let us know.

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POLL: How Many Different Kinds of Salt Do You Have?

by in Food Network Magazine, Polls, October 27th, 2015

Gone are the days when sea salt seemed like an exotic pantry ingredient. These days salt comes in a variety of textures, tastes and colors. Food Network Magazine wants to know how many — and which — different types you keep in your kitchen. Answer below.

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POLL: How Many Doughnuts Could You Eat in One Sitting?

by in Food Network Magazine, Polls, October 20th, 2015

glazed doughnut

In a world where calories didn’t matter and stomachaches didn’t exist, how many doughnuts do you think you could eat (and enjoy) in one sitting? Food Network Magazine’s editor in chief, Maile Carpenter, confidently said six, but specified they had to be plain glazed doughnuts so that she would not get sick of them. Think that’s impressive? The magazine’s executive editor, Rory Evans, raised the bar to 13.

Food Network Magazine wants to know your doughnut max. Answer in the poll below to provide important doughnut research for an upcoming issue.

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Food Network Magazine’s Valentine’s Day Survey

by in Food Network Magazine, Polls, October 11th, 2015

Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or just appreciate an excuse to eat chocolate, Food Network Magazine wants to know how you celebrate Valentine’s Day. Vote in the survey below to share your opinions and help provide research for an upcoming issue. Even if you don’t like the day (there’s a question about that too!), we know you have some things to say.

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Which Is Better: Eggnog or Hot Chocolate?

by in Food Network Magazine, Holidays, Polls, September 11th, 2015

Food Network Magazine needs your help for the December issue. It’s never too early to start daydreaming about the holidays. And channeling your holiday cheer prematurely might even make you feel better on a hot and sticky late-summer day.

The editors want to know which side you’re on for traditional holiday drinks. Vote in the poll below and tell FN Dish whether you prefer to sip hot cocoa or eggnog.

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Food Network Magazine’s Holiday Cookie Survey

by in Food Network Magazine, Holidays, Polls, September 6th, 2015

sugar cookies with royal icingChristmas is still far away — 108 days away, in fact. But the holiday spirit comes (way) early to the Food Network Magazine office, where the staff is hard at work on the December issue.

Vote in the polls below to help provide valuable insight on the sweetest part of December: cookies. While you may not be ready to think about holiday roasts yet, there’s never a bad time to think about cookies, even if they’re reindeer-shaped and decked out in festive royal icing.

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Thanksgiving in July: Food Network Magazine’s Shortcuts Survey

by in Food Network Magazine, Holidays, Polls, July 16th, 2015

roast turkeyIt’s only mid-July, but Food Network Magazine editors are already hard at work on the Thanksgiving issue. So while you’re searching for potato salad recipes and ideas for no-bake dessert to bring to the next cookout, their minds are on turkey and pumpkin pie. Help them with their research and vote in the following Thanksgiving shortcuts poll.

From boxed mashed potatoes to canned cranberries, Food Network Magazine wants to know how you cut corners for the big feast. Answer the questions below, then see how your Thanksgiving dinner compares with others in the upcoming November issue.

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An “Ugly” Beauty Contest: Which Dessert Is Ugliest?

by in Food Network Magazine, Polls, June 10th, 2015

apple frittersBehold the apple fritter: deep-fried dough laced with cinnamon-sugar and fresh apples. These fritters might not be the most photogenic of desserts but they draw loyal customers to the bakeries and donut shops that make them best, teaching us all not judge a dessert by its cracks and crevices. (The more nooks and crannies there are, the more it can soak up the glaze.)

Food Network Magazine wants to know which fritter you think is the most cosmetically challenged (aka ugly). Vote in our ugly beauty contest, then look for the winner in an upcoming issue of the magazine. Images of each of the contestants are below.

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Burgers vs. Ribs: Which Gets Your Vote (and Bite) at the Barbecue?

by in Polls, Shows, May 23rd, 2015

Burgers vs. Ribs: Which Gets Your Vote (and Bite) at the Barbecue?Just in time for Monday’s Memorial Day holiday, the cast of The Kitchen came together to throw the ultimate backyard barbecue on this morning’s all-new episode. Complete with a boozy Long Island iced tea, the co-hosts’ menu boasted classic and creative picks alike, but at the forefront of their cookout were their recipes for two meaty favorites: a juicy burger and saucy ribs. While both are traditional barbecue selects, Katie Lee’s burger and Jeff Mauro’s spare ribs featured next-level elements — a buttermilk-herb dressing for the burgers and a Chinese-inspired glaze for the ribs — that transformed the meats into impressive presentations with satisfying results.

FN Dish wants to know, as you consider your ultimate cookbook plate, both at your Memorial Day gathering and at summer soirees all season long, which of these tried-and-true selects is your favorite? Are you a fan of the beefy goodness that only a cheese-covered patty, piled high with toppings galore, can offer, or do you prefer the tender succulence of hearty ribs? Cast your vote in the poll below to share your preference.

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