by Joel Raneri in Shows, March 3rd, 2017
by Maria Russo in Food Network Chef, Shows, March 2nd, 2017
Start the weekend out by making three lunches with Ree Drummond featuring dishes like chicken wings, potato salad and an apple and celery slaw. Then, the co-hosts on The Kitchen share their best recipes for quick and easy weeknight dinners. And Valerie Bertinelli is cooking for her friends’ dinner party. After that, head down to Savannah, Georgia for the premiere of Ms. Polly’s Cakes where Ms. Polly and her kids are baking a replica of a large home and a large peacock cake.
On Sunday evening, Guy Fieri welcomes four pork-loving chefs to Flavortown Market for Triple G’s second Big Bacon Battle and on Worst Cooks, the final two recruits face off in their final challenge, preparing a three-course, restaurant-quality meal for a panel of culinary experts.
by Maria Russo in Recipes, Shows, February 25th, 2017
Literally translated to “Go! Kitchen!” this simple yet powerful phrase began each and every battle in Iron Chef America’s Kitchen Stadium, signaling the start of a no-holds-barred quest to determine “whose cuisine will reign supreme.” Now, for the first time since 2013, chefs will be returning to the world of Iron Chef — but this time they’ll be going for the gauntlet.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, February 24th, 2017
When it’s blustery and cold outside, few things will do the job of warming you up quite like a hearty casserole. But thanks to hectic schedules (and the ability to go from hungry to hangry in just a few minutes), there’s not always time to settle into the kitchen to prepare one. Enter: A timesaving solution. On this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the co-hosts introduced a duo of chicken pot pies, but neither was presented in the traditional big-batch format. Instead, these brand-new recipes put an individual-serving spin on the pot pie, proving that this tried-and-true favorite can be transformed in a speedy way. Read on below for two weeknight-friendly takes on pot pie, each a can-do meal fit for the whole family.
by FN Dish Editor in Shows, February 22nd, 2017
This weekend on Food Network, your favorite chefs are making some warming and crowd-pleasing comfort food. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is heating things up on the ranch with her Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Glazed Apple Dumplings and cheesy Welsh Rarebit. Then Trisha Yearwood is making some of her favorite childhood dishes, the co-hosts on The Kitchen are making the internet’s most-popular comfort foods, and Valerie Bertinelli is bringing Cuban flavors to her kitchen. Then, on Sunday afternoon, Giada De Laurentiis is hosting a Tuscan barbecue dinner party.
On Sunday evening, stand-up comedians are taking over Flavortown Market and navigating the grocery games with help from Food Network all-star chefs. Then on Worst Cooks, the mentees become the mentors as they teach Anne and Rachael how to make a dish.
by Maria Russo in Recipes, Shows, February 18th, 2017
Guy Fieri has invited 16 of the best Guy’s Grocery Games winners back to compete in an epic five-week competition beginning Sunday, March 12 at 8|7c. In the Supermarket Masters tournament, the group of experienced Triple G veterans will be tested in new challenges with the most-unforgettable twists Flavortown Market has ever seen. Troy Johnson, Marc Murphy, and Aarti Sequeira will decide which chefs will check out, and who will advance to the finale. The winners of the four preliminary rounds will earn $10,000, and will face-off for a shot at a shopping spree worth $25,000.
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by Maria Russo in Recipes, Shows, February 11th, 2017
There’s a time and a place for super-fancy, knife-and-fork-needed appetizers, but game night isn’t it. When you invite pals over for a few rounds of poker or a no-holds-barred Scrabble face-off, what you’re likely craving is something easy, not necessarily elegant. And on those occasions, it’s A-OK to take a few welcome shortcuts from the supermarket. The key is dressing them up to make them your own. On this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the co-hosts hosted a game night of their own, complete with a menu of fuss-free eats and drinks, including two appetizers that get their start from the freezer section. Read on below to get the can-do recipes, then check out all of the how-tos from the show.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, February 10th, 2017
Valentine’s Day is just days away, and if you’re suddenly experiencing an uh-oh moment at that realization, we have just the advice for you. It’s surely not too late to pick up a bottle of Champagne for you and your bae to share, but if you want to up the romantic ante this year, look no further than a decadent dessert of chocolate. Brownies are a tried-and-true classic, as they’re easy to make and loaded with rich chocolatey flavor. But they’re also somewhat divisive. If you’re a brownie fanatic, you’ll likely land in one of three camps when it comes to preferred brownie texture — chewy, cakey and fudgy — and it’s not likely you can be convinced that another one is better. And that’s OK, because on this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the co-hosts introduced a trio of recipes for brownie lovers of all kinds. Read on below to learn tips for turning out chewy, cakey and fudgy brownies, then check out all of the chocolate-focused recipes from the show.
by Maria Russo in Recipes, Shows, February 4th, 2017
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and this weekend your favorite Food Network chefs are sharing their recipes for rich chocolate treats to help you impress your sweetheart. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is whipping up a Triple Chocolate Tiramisu, Chocolate Butterscotch Caramel Bars (pictured), and a Crazy Chocolate Shake. Then, Trisha Yearwood is taking a tour of a chocolate factory to inspire a chocolate-themed menu, and it’s the annual chocolate show on The Kitchen where the co-hosts are making batches and batches of brownies and trying unusual chocolate pairings.
On Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis is hosting a Valentine’s Day dinner party and making a Chocolate Hazelnut Fondue for dessert. On Sunday evening, Guy’s Grocery Games is all about the cocoa when four chocolate-loving chefs will turn their favorite rich treat into sweet and savory dishes, and on Worst Cooks, the recruits are facing their culinary fears and cooking with some interesting ingredients.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, February 3rd, 2017
Step 1: Wake up. Step 2: Drink coffee. If that’s how your mornings usually go, you’re surely not alone. But for many, coffee is more than just a 6 a.m. pick-me-up; it’s also an after-dinner treat, often enjoyed both at home and when dining out. On this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the co-hosts introduced a trio of dressed-up coffees, each of them ideal for evening sipping. Read on below for spiced, spiked and iced variations on the cups of joe you know and love.
Curl up on the couch this weekend and get all the latest recipes from your favorite Food Network chefs. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is making some family-favorite dishes like her Butternut Mac and Cheese, and she’s making three dishes using Ready-to-Go Chili Packets. Then, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are sharing tips and tricks for making some of your favorite restaurant dishes at home, and on Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis is making snacks to enjoy while watching some of her friends’ homemade movies.
On Sunday evening, it’s Valentine’s Day at Boot Camp, and the Worst Cooks recruits are making romantic date meals for Anne and Rachael. Then, everything is left to chance during a Food Pyramid frenzy on TripleG.