by Rachel Trujillo in Food Network Chef, Recipes, March 20th, 2017
by Rachel Trujillo in Recipes, March 18th, 2017
While recent snowstorms and confusing weather patterns across the county might have you revisiting your winter wardrobe, the truth is that spring is officially here. It’s time to move away from soups and stews and venture into all the fresh produce this season has to offer. In celebration of spring, we’ve rounded up some of Bobby Flay’s best recipes that will have you craving the flavors of the season.
Quinoa Salad with Asparagus, Goat Cheese and Black Olives (pictured above)
As pasta salad season approaches, think outside of the box by using quinoa instead of the usual noodles. Follow Bobby’s lead and boil the quinoa with fresh thyme to infuse it with flavor as it cooks.
by Colleen Park in Recipes, March 17th, 2017
Bacon isn’t just for breakfast anymore. The salty, delectably greasy slice of meat can be served for all meals, including for dessert. We know this is exciting, so try to remain calm, because today we have for you an all-day menu of favorites like pancakes, pizza and chocolate cupcakes — and each dish is full of bacon.
Breakfast Pizza (pictured above)
What could be more fun than pizza for breakfast? Top flatbread with a sweet-savory mixture of tender onions and sundried tomatoes, plus crispy bacon, creamy ricotta and a fried egg for an over-the-top finish.
by T.K. Brady in Recipes, View All Posts, March 16th, 2017
Though some of us are still seeing frost-filled mornings and might not be quite so ready to relinquish our soup bowls, spring is finally on the horizon and it’s time to make the most of it. Take this weekend to introduce some springtime flavor to your cooking, with meals featuring fresh herbs, sweet strawberries and green produce. Here are 5 recipes to make this weekend.
Spring Vegetable Fettucine Alfredo
Bridging the gap between hearty comfort food and leafy spring mains, this creamy pasta has a mix of spring vegetables – peas and asparagus – and some lemon zest to brighten the dish.
by Emily Lee in Recipes, Restaurants, March 15th, 2017
St. Patrick’s Day isn’t just about green beer and corned beef. You can incorporate Irish tradition and folklore into your St. Patrick’s Day diet with recipes inspired by shamrocks, leprechauns and a pint of Guinness. Make one of these festive desserts for your holiday celebration.
Green Velvet Cupcakes (pictured above)
When it comes to these cupcakes, presentation is everything. You’ll cut three cupcakes in half for the shamrock stems, which is ideal for anyone who always asks to split one.
by T.K. Brady in Recipes, View All Posts, March 14th, 2017
The annual NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament kicked off yesterday, which means college basketball fans around the nation will gather over the next month to cheer on their bracket picks. If that includes you, then tune in for our very-important PSA:
When hosting or attending a viewing party, please remember to supply more than hard pretzels and beer.
Whether you’re taking bets on the Final Four or have no investment in the games whatsoever, you’re destined to get into the spirit of things when the party snacks are on point. These eight schools are predicted to have a statistical edge in this year’s tournament, so while you monitor their progress, you can also set a celebratory mood with the universities’ local food treasures. If you aren’t able to savor Arizona’s incredible tacos or Kentucky’s excellent barbecue directly from the source, then check out a few of our crowd-pleasing recipes that are sure to complete any March Madness party.
Villanova students benefit not only from a first-rate basketball team but from proximity to some of Philadelphia’s best cheesesteaks, including legendary local joint John’s Roast Pork. Of course, we’re always in support of the DIY option, and when it comes to homemade cheesesteaks, there’s none better than Dave Lieberman’s Fontina-loaded creation (pictured at top).
by Foodlets in Family, Holidays, Recipes, March 13th, 2017
Not that you need a reason to get creative in the kitchen, but Pi Day seems as good an excuse as any. March 14th is a favorite holiday of mathematicians — and gives everyone else a reason to chow down on treats centered around, well, pie. In honor of 3.14, here are some pie-inspired dessert recipes that we’re irrationally excited to make. Read more
by Rachel Trujillo in Recipes, March 13th, 2017
From a vibrant-green pancake breakfast to hearty dinners with the requisite corned beef, we’ve got kid-friendly fare to keep St. Patrick’s Day festive. Check out all of our ideas below.
Spinach Pancakes and Corned Beef Hash (pictured above)
Get things off to a delicious and satisfying start with these surprisingly velvety pancakes, plus all the fixings.
by Colleen Park in Recipes, March 12th, 2017
The Greek letter for Pi, which is used in math to represent a constant, can be calculated to more than one trillion digits after the decimal. Pie, on the other hand, is an edible sweet treat, and while it may not have one trillion variations, it can be made in many tempting ways. The classics versions — like cherry, apple and pecan — are all go-to picks, but you can’t forget the heartier savory versions as well. In celebration of March 14, we’ve rounded up 13 of our favorite recipes to represent our infinite love for pie.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie (pictured above)
Not all pies require meticulous crust-making skills and a long bake time. Some, like Ree Drummond’s comforting recipe, call for an easy-to-make chocolate-cookie crust and a quick stay in the oven. The creamy filling brings to life the beloved chocolate-peanut butter combo.
by Colleen Park in Recipes, March 11th, 2017
Hankering for some sharp cheddar or the gooey texture of American cheese? Whether you’re craving a dish drenched in melted Gruyere or a crunchy bite of Parmesan, here are six dishes that can cater to your cheesy needs all day long.
This classic French dish is essentially a ham and cheese sandwich, but better. Instead of cheese slices, a bechamel-based cheese sauce is poured over the sandwich, which is then broiled to golden brown perfection.
When it comes to the “meat-and-potatoes” of comfort food, there’s one dish we think puts it together the best: Shepherd’s pie. With a juicy ground meat filling and a topping of fluffy mashed potatoes, it’s a dish more than 160 years in the making and an all-in-one meal that’s all at once simple and satisfying. Here are some of our favorite ways to make this classic dish.
Though it closely resembles a traditional recipe for shepherd’s pie, Food Network Magazine’s dish includes smoked bacon for an extra burst of umami. For the mashed topping, the recipe adds turnips for a depth of earthy flavor.