by Maria Russo in Recipes, Shows, March 12th, 2016
by Ricky Smith in Shows, March 11th, 2016
If you think pies are served only for dessert, with thick and syrupy sweetened-fruit fillings, think again. The co-hosts on The Kitchen introduced savory versions on this morning’s episode, just in time for Pi Day (March 14, aka 3.14). While Katie Lee’s next-level take on a chicken pot pie brings new possibilities for dinnertime decadence, Sunny Anderson’s breakfast-inspired pie reinvents the shepherd’s pie wheel. Read on below to get their recipes and see how they do it.
by FN Dish Editor in Shows, March 10th, 2016
This weekend, don’t miss all-new recipes from your favorite chefs as they celebrate old traditions. First up on Saturday morning is Ree Drummond with comforting meals her family is always asking for, including Tamale Pie and Bean and Bacon Soup. Then, Trisha Yearwood is reminiscing with her sister, Beth, as they make “Barbie-Q” Chicken Sliders and all the fixings to go along with them. After that, The Kitchen co-hosts are celebrating Pi Day with everything from traditional pies to a Sliced Pie Cocktail from Geoffrey Zakarian.
by Maria Russo in Shows, March 9th, 2016
Known for some of the most-massive, mind-blowingly elaborate cakes, Duff Goldman and his experts in cake design are back on Food Network with the new series Cake Masters, premiering Monday, April 11 at 9|8c. In each of the six hourlong episodes, viewers will get a behind-the-scenes view of how the unconventional cakes come to life in Duff’s shop Charm City Cakes West in Los Angeles. Throughout the season, the incredible and unpredictable cake requests test the talents of Duff and his crew of culinary masters, sculptors, special effect artists and architects, featuring some familiar faces such as Geof Manthorne.
by FN Dish Editor in Shows, March 9th, 2016
In the new-season premiere of Restaurant: Impossible, Robert Irvine and his Ambush team gave one New Jersey restaurant owner the shock of her life when they showed up with an offer to renovate her West Orange, N.J., eatery, Starlite Restaurant and Pizza. Patty’s son reached out to Robert after noticing his mom’s struggles, and only after arriving did Robert see for himself the filth that had accumulated in the kitchen, as well as the stubborn staff and sorry financials. Read on below to hear from Patty to find out how her business has fared since Robert and his team overhauled her restaurant and gave it the second chance for success it deserved.
by Leah Brickley in Recipes, Shows, March 9th, 2016
Guy Fieri welcomes back former Triple G competitors for a chance to redeem themselves and prove their culinary skills on Guy’s Grocery Games Redemption Tournament, premiering Sunday, April 3 at 8|7c. Returning contestants will battle it out in some of the toughest games Guy has ever thrown down, for a chance at up to $20,000 in the shopping spree, along with a coveted spot in the tournament’s finale. The one chef who can survive all the challenges will be crowned the Redemption Tournament Champion and earn the opportunity to win up to an additional $20,000 with a second shopping spree!
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by Lauren Piro in Food Network Chef, Shows, March 7th, 2016
This week on Guy’s Grocery Games, not only were contestants paired up with strangers, but they also had to cook a budget meal for under $15 together — talk about challenging!
Luckily, we in Food Network Kitchen don’t flinch when we hear the word “budget.” In fact, we’ve developed a bunch of weeknight dinners with both value and health in mind. Read more
by Maria Russo in Shows, March 6th, 2016
On this episode of Foodie Call, Justin channels the Greek heritage of his friend Andy Milonakis (who has a Greek aunt with a love of cheese that we totally understand). After dreamily waxing poetic on the vibrancy of Greek produce, funnyman Andy introduces us to a Greek bread salad called dakos.
by Ricky Smith in Shows, March 4th, 2016
On tonight’s new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, the name of the game in Round 3 was concrete, both literally and figuratively. Not only were chefs tasked with prepping this frozen concoction, but a doozy of a sabotage mandated that one chef had to make the dessert in — what else? — a cement mixer. Such a challenge was new for competitors and the Cutthroat culinary crew alike, so the team behind the scenes attempted the sabotage before host Alton Brown could sell it at auction.
Cutthroat Kitchen food stylist Abel Gonzalez took control of this latest test, pouring the essentials for classic custard — eggs, sugar and cream — into the deep, wide-mouthed mixing machine. “So I have to say, this is looking great,” Abel admitted after using the machine and his own whisk to thoroughly blend the ingredients. “I have a custard base here.”
by Leah Brickley in Recipes, Shows, March 2nd, 2016
This weekend, it’s all about getting restaurant-quality eats in your own kitchen so you can get excited about what you’re eating. First up on Saturday morning, Bobby Flay is sharing an on-the-go brunch menu to help you eat heartier in the morning without needing extra time. Don’t miss his easy omelet burrito and cheddar-bacon waffle sandwiches on a new episode of Brunch @ Bobby’s. After that, The Kitchen co-hosts are spilling restaurant secrets that will make your food taste better, plus recipes for stuffed-crust pizza and crispy fish tacos.
Contestants were expected to serve up a sweet-and-savory breakfast in Round 1 of this week’s Guy’s Grocery Games, and there were some interesting combinations. (Banana split for breakfast, anyone?) But what truly caught our eye was a plantain hash that instantly reminded us of a very real and traditional sweet-and-savory South American dish called Plátanos Asados con Bocadillo y Queso — which is baked plantains stuffed with cheese and guava paste, and it’s delicious.