If there’s one food Americans seem to love endlessly, it’s a burger. On last night’s premiere of Top 5 Restaurants, Food Network narrowed the search for the country’s best burgers. Hosts Sunny Anderson and Geoffrey Zakarian brought the burgers to you in a countdown while taking a behind-the-scenes look at the restaurants — and what exactly made their burgers big, juicy and delicious enough to top the list.
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Michael Symon’s taking viewers on a road trip to find the best burgers, brews and barbecue in the nation. Premiering Friday, July 17 at 10:30|9:30c, Burgers, Brew & ‘Que has Michael eating his way through Cleveland, Nashville and New York City; he’s on the lookout for mouthwatering burgers, cold brews and slowly smoked, fall-off-the-bone barbecue, stopping by a number of all-American spots to get his fixins.
In a Cutthroat Kitchen episode where the name of the game was The Best of the Worst, in which Alton Brown was to unleash a flurry of the most-diabolical sabotages ever created, it was expected that chefs would fall to these downright evilicious — and hilarious — challenges. While that was indeed the case a few times tonight, in Round 1 a chef stumbled not entirely because he’d been sabotaged. In fact, it was due to his own poor shopping that he faced an early elimination.
The task was to cook an all-American breakfast, and as Alton explained, “Chef Joe came out of the pantry without eggs and without meat.” For judge Jet Tila, who learned of this misstep on the host’s After-Show, the question was simply, “What was he thinking?” Both he and Alton agreed that in this case, it wasn’t the challenges that took the chef down, as they said in tandem, “He sabotaged himself.” And Jet noted of Chef Joe’s decision, “If you’re going to call something French toast and not have an egg custard, you’re done in my book.”
This morning’s episode of The Kitchen is all about the cast members’ top recipes for tried-and-true favorites and their proven tricks for helping you master the kitchen with ease. But that doesn’t mean the co-hosts don’t experience a glitch or two when they make their meals. In fact, even the best chefs make mistakes in the kitchen, and this group isn’t afraid to show it.
In celebration of today’s National Kitchen Klutzes of America Day, the chefs came together to look back on some of their most-hilarious food flubs from The Kitchen. From Katie Lee’s overflowing chocolate sauce to Jeff Mauro’s meaty oven surprise, their trip-ups are as endearing as they are hilarious. Click the play button on the video above to watch these bloopers unfold.
Whether you’re making dinner on a budget or trying new ingredients, there’s always room to expand your culinary arsenal. This weekend on Food Network, tune in to the stars for their best tips and tricks in the kitchen. On Saturday, Ree Drummond tackles her pantry to make flavorful dishes using staple ingredients like basmati rice and canned tomatoes. Next, join Trisha Yearwood as she serves the ultimate finger foods and performs for her guests at her record release party. Then, the cast of The Kitchen shows you recipes for success — think fresh grilled fruits and vegetables. And don’t forget: End your night with the premiere of Outrageous Wedding Cakes 2 at 9|8c.
On Sunday morning, find out what Daphne Brogdon makes for her backyard summer party and then learn Damaris Phillips’ creative ways to use peanut butter and jelly. In the evening, gear up for three hours of competition. First, take a trip with Guy Fieri to Flavortown, where in this episode, the competitors take on the Triple G tasks in pairs. Then, watch as Food Network Star finalists bake for their mentors. Finally, see the best of the worst sabotages on an all-new Cutthroat Kitchen.
Worst Cooks in America Is Back, This Time with Culinarily Challenged Celebrities Taking on Boot Campby Joseph Erdos in Shows, June 10th, 2015
Boot Camp will be graced for the first time ever with some of Tinseltown’s stars, who happen to need some serious lessons in cooking. Anne Burrell is back to serve as coach for the Red Team, with Rachael Ray signing on as coach for the Blue Team. The two will lead and mentor teams of celebrities, who are in serious need of some cooking chops. Boot Camp won’t be any easier because they’re famous!
These kitchen disasters will have to prove themselves contenders by cooking their way through challenges geared to testing their skills, growing their confidence and turning them into good cooks. The grand prize of $50,000 for charity will be awarded to the celebrity who has made the most improvement over the six-episode run of the competition.
The celebrity edition of Worst Cooks in America premieres Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 9|8c.
There’s nothing quite like a scoop — or two or three — of ice cream to cool you down during the steamy months of summer. On yesterday’s all-new episode of Guilty Pleasures, Curtis Stone showed off the over-the-top ice cream sundae he grabs in Santa Monica, Calif., a chocolate- and caramel-laced beauty topped off with chopped brownies and slivered almonds for welcome crunch.
Recently Food Network asked you to tell us about your best-ever summer desserts, and in true superfan fashion, you delivered in droves, not just writing back but also showing photos of sweet-tooth-satisfying treats that range from cool treats like Curtis’ to a cupcake-inspired take on a campfire classic. When it comes to all thing sugar, frosting and sprinkles, there’s no denying you all know how to indulge. Keep scrolling below to see of FN Dish’s favorite selections.
When it comes to being face-to-face with a super-decadent dish, like a frosted buttery cake or an ooey-gooey, cheesy lasagna plate, there are two ways to approach it: Avoid it at all costs, or embrace it for the wild indulgence that it is. Each week on Guilty Pleasures, your favorite Food Network stars come together to share those over-the-top plates that they simply cannot — and do not want to — ignore. Curtis Stone surely isn’t shy about his picks for guilty pleasures, including a DIY ice cream sundae that he seeks out in California.
Recently Curtis took his penchant for decadence one step further by sharing with fans six of his richest dishes, from crispy fried chicken to fruit-laced whipped cream on his blog. “Whether it’s churning creamy pasta or whipping up chewy brownies, sometimes the desire to be naughty just cannot be stopped,” wrote Curtis. Just in time for summer cookouts, he shared his take on a seasonal staple, pulled pork, and in true Curtis style, he took the dish to the next level with bold toppings. His Pulled Pork Sandwich with Homemade Coleslaw and Grilled Pineapple (pictured above) features a simple barbecue sauce made with a mixture of orange juice and soy sauce, promising a tangy bite. Read on below to get both of these recipes from Curtis, then head over here for more how-tos from Curtis.
Given the time constraints on the clock and the process of adapting to a brand-new kitchen, cooking in Cutthroat Kitchen can be tricky — and that’s not even taking into the consideration having to maneuver sabotages. Add in those unexpected and downright diabolical challenges, and it may seem like all bets are off when it comes to turning out winning food. But that wasn’t the case on tonight’s all-new episode, when in the first two rounds, the two chefs who did not have any sabotages to contend with were sent home.
In Round 1’s French omelet, Chef Craig was gifted by Chef Paul a tightly coiled pan in which he was forced to make his omelet, and he did it — and did it well. But Chef Paul, who had enjoyed a round of sabotage-free cooking, was eliminated, as judge Jet Tila explained, “It was just a weird plate. Nothing about that plate reminded me of an omelet.” Host Alton Brown noted that Chef Paul had focused on making an accompaniment for his eggs, and Jet warned against that: “Cook to the expectation of just the dish. Don’t go crazy.”
When it comes to dressing up an ordinary sandwich, opting for pita bread instead of the sliced stuff is a welcome change of pace. But beyond stuffing the pita with deli meats and cheeses, the options for putting this bread to work may seem somewhat limited. That’s where The Kitchen comes in. On this morning’s all-new episode, the co-hosts took to this everyday pantry staple to show how simple it is to let it shine in three different dishes — one of them a sweet treat. From family-friendly pizzas to a 15-minute dessert, get the chefs’ best-ever ideas, each ready to eat in 30 minutes or less.
When the pizza craving strikes — and it always does, of course — but you don’t have time to roll out the dough, skip delivery and opt for Jeff Mauro’s Crispy Personal Pita Pizzas (pictured above) instead. He tops the pita rounds with melty cheese, then fresh tomatoes and garlic salt to create a traditional pie layered with flavor. Perhaps best of all, it takes just minutes to cook these pizzas in the oven.