by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 10th, 2011
by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 9th, 2011
Paula tops brown sugar-spiked baked beans with bacon pieces for a weeknight side dish or potluck favorite.
Make it a complete meal by serving these smoky-sweet beans with Chili-Glazed Pork Ribs from Food Network Magazine.
Get the recipe: Southern Baked Beans
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by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 8th, 2011
Instead of topping your French toast with fruit, try sandwiching caramelized bananas between two pieces of bread to create a portable breakfast treat that has a hint of orange and is topped with real maple syrup.
Get the recipe: French Toast Panini With Grilled Bananas
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by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 8th, 2011
Take a break from meat tacos and try swapping it for crunchy cubes of tofu. Pile it into whole-wheat tortillas alongside Greek yogurt sauce and crunchy, tangy slaw for a weeknight meal that screams summer.
Pair these tacos with a tomato salad that has a hidden crunch — cheese crisps — to complete this family-friendly Meatless Monday meal.
Get the recipe: Tofu Tacos
Meatless Monday, an international movement, encourages people everywhere to cut meat one day a week for personal and planetary health. Browse more Meatless Monday recipes.
by J.M. Hirsch in Recipes, August 5th, 2011
Three ultimate comfort foods all in one sandwich: grilled cheese, macaroni and cheese and pulled pork come together to form a cheesy pork sandwich that will be a special treat for you and your family. Don’t worry about making the pulled pork from scratch — if you have some leftover from a recent barbecue, feel free to use that or store-bought.
Get the recipe: Grilled Mac and Cheese With Pulled Pork
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by Maria Russo in Recipes, August 5th, 2011
It’s a beet, minus the root.
Which doesn’t make sense. Except it does. Because it’s chard, one of a growing number of common yet often overlooked greens lurking at your grocer.
Chard — sometimes called Swiss chard or rainbow chard (when it sports brightly colored stalks) — really is a relative of the beet.
But unlike traditional beets — which put their energy into producing finger-staining roots, chard instead produces big, tender leaves and crunchy stalks.
Chard has been around for thousands of years and likely originated in the Mediterranean, where it was in heavy culinary rotation until spinach came along.
Find out what to do with rainbow chard »
by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 5th, 2011
Welcome to the dog days of summer. Hot, humid, sticky and sweaty, the month of August practically forces us to seek solace amongst chilly air conditioners, deep swimming pools and the coldest of foods. Stay cool and refreshed with these frozen summertime sweet recipes below. Featuring classic and creative ingredients, these tasty delights are practically melting with flavor.
Perfect for kids (and kids at heart), Food Network Magazine’s Coconut Pops (pictured above) are hand-held treats bursting with cool, piña colada-inspired flavors. Made with rich coconut milk, these creamy pops can easily be frozen in small paper cups instead of plastic popsicle molds.
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by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 4th, 2011
This summer, Food Network’s Grilling Central is packed with recipes for the entire family’s taste buds, boasting the best in burgers, dogs, chicken and more all season long. But with so many recipes, where do you start? Each Friday, FN Dish is giving you a complete menu that is stress-free and will be tableside quickly. This weekend, dinner will be ready in under 40 minutes.
Main Dish: Sunny’s Grilled Smoked Pork Chops With Sweet and Sour Glaze (pictured above)
Side Dish: Tomato Salad With Cheese Crisps
Dessert: Bobby’s Grilled Peach Cobbler
Drink: Blended Cherry Mojitos (in honor of Summer Fest)
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by Victoria Phillips in In Season, Recipes, August 3rd, 2011
Imagine an everything bagel with cream cheese and salty lox. Now, imagine it for dinner. Rachael Ray takes this popular breakfast treat and transforms it into one of her famous burgers. Salmon patties are seasoned with poppy and sesame seeds and topped with a tangy cream cheese sauce made with scallions and fresh lemon juice.
Get the recipe: Everything Salmon Burgers With Scallion Sour Cream-Cream Cheese Sauce
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by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 3rd, 2011
It’s week four of our season-long garden party, Summer Fest 2011, where we welcome food and garden bloggers to feature garden-to-table recipes and tips. We’ll help you to enjoy all that this season has to offer. So far, we’ve delved into cucumbers and peaches. This week we’re getting creative with cherries.
What tastes better than sweet, crisp cherries plump with juice at the peak of the summer season? Sweet, crisp cherries in a warm, delicious pie, of course. Bing cherries range in color from a deep crimson to almost black, and their firm flesh makes for a perfect pie filling. Add a bit of quick-cooking tapioca to thicken the mixture, and you’re all set to pour it into an all-butter pie crust like the Food Network Magazine version above.
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Just six simple ingredients are all you need for this garden-fresh pizza that’s made directly on the grill and ready in just 20 minutes. Bobby uses fresh mozzarella, Roma tomatoes and fresh basil on top of store-bought pizza dough to save some time.
Editor’s Note: In addition to buying dough at your supermarket, you can also visit your favorite local pizzeria and ask them for a round of their pizza dough.
Get the recipe: Bobby Flay’s Margherita Pizza
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