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5 Fast-Food Burgers You Can Make at Home

by in Recipes, View All Posts, June 23rd, 2017

 

White Castle BurgersChain restaurants tend to evoke a sense of nostalgia, which is why it’s no surprise any American can instantly pinpoint their favorite fast-food burger. White Castle — the pioneer of the fast-food burger — hasn’t lost its luster to passionate diners and new chains like Shake Shack are flipping the idea of fast-food on its head. Not to mention, you can’t go to California without making a stop at In-N-Out — and if you didn’t Instagram it, did it even happen? Food Network Magazine asked the test kitchen to re-create some of Americas most beloved burgers, so you can have a taste of your favorite anytime, anywhere. Read more

Take 5: No-Pasta Noodle Dinners

by in Recipes, View All Posts, June 14th, 2017

Zoodles with CheeseNo pasta? No problem! Spiralized veggies make the perfect base for traditional noodle dishes. Go beyond zoodles (aka zucchini noodles) and try your hand at sweet potatoes, asparagus and carrots. You’ll be digging in to a dish with tons of flavor that’s veggie-heavy to boot. Try one of these no-pasta noodle dishes tonight. Read more

POLL: What’s Your Tailgating Style?

by in Polls, View All Posts, June 14th, 2017

BurgersThe Food Network Magazine editors are taking a cue from Duff and already planning their pre-season spreads. Burgers and hot dogs play a big role at any football tailgate, but we have a feeling some of you get even more creative with your grub. Take the poll below to share your tailgating tips and tricks, then pick up a fall issue to see how your spread stacks up against the rest of America. Read more

Chefs’ Picks: NYC Tacos

by in Restaurants, View All Posts, June 11th, 2017

Fonda's Chicken Tacos
Chefs’ Picks tracks down what the pros are eating and cooking from coast to coast.

Though not a traditional taco town, New York City has really upped its Mexican food game in recent years. From old school tortillerias to trendy taquerias, here’s where local chefs go when the taco craving hits. Read more

5 Weeknight Dinners You Simply Must Make This Summer

by in Recipes, View All Posts, June 6th, 2017

Summer is the perfect time to get a little experimental with your cooking — the produce is at its finest, everyone’s a little more relaxed, and you’ve got that grill ready to go. But dinner doesn’t have to take awhile to be inventive. These fun recipes are done in under an hour (and one in just 15 minutes), so you have more time to enjoy everything else the season has to offer.

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Eat, Drink and Give Back During Negroni Week

by in News, Recipes, View All Posts, June 5th, 2017

NegroniWhen Italy’s Count Negroni first stirred together gin, Campari and vermouth to make his namesake cocktail in 1919, he never could have predicted the craze that would follow nearly 100 years later. The drink was pretty obscure until the recent cocktail culture brought attention to it, and today the Negroni is a fixture on trendy cocktail menus across the country — both in its classic form and in fun new creations. Read more

POLL: Tell Us How You Tailgate!

by in Polls, View All Posts, June 3rd, 2017

Duff TailgateThe Food Network Magazine editors are taking a cue from Duff and already planning their pre-season spreads. Burgers and hot dogs play a big role at any football tailgate, but we have a feeling some of you get even more creative with your grub. Take the poll below to share your tailgating tips and tricks, then pick up a fall issue to see how your spread stacks up against the rest of America. Read more

Cost It Out: How to Win at Bake Sale Economics

by in View All Posts, May 30th, 2017

Bake sales are a classic fundraiser — who doesn’t like to support a good cause and pick up a sweet? But if you spend too much making your treats, it could eat into the “profit” you make from selling them. Should you make oatmeal cookies or crispy rice treats? Banana bread or pound cake? Cookies or cupcakes?

If you’re on a budget, take a good look at a recipe’s ingredients list before choosing. Avoid mix-ins like nuts and dried fruit, which can quickly add up (see our chart below). Instead, consider treats made with less expensive items, like egg-based meringues. Or opt for cakes such as banana bread and doughnuts, which contain oil instead of butter. Old-fashioned picks like oatmeal cookies or snickerdoodles also have low-cost main ingredients.

Using a national grocery provider’s average prices, we priced out some of our favorite bake sale items to help you decide what to make and how much to spend. See how these classics compare.

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8 Brunch Dishes That Totally Win Mother’s Day

by in Holidays, View All Posts, May 11th, 2017

On Mother’s Day, there’s no such thing as too much. So pull out all the stops at brunch and make some seriously fun, seriously delicious dishes (stale bagels, limp French toast and overcooked scrambled eggs need not apply). These recipes are impressive, but employ short cuts and tricks to make them easy enough for even novice home cooks to execute. Mom will be so proud.

Cinnamon Roll Pancakes (above)

Cinnamon rolls are a quintessential special-occasion dish, but they require a significant amount of prep time. And because Mom deserves better than the stuff from the tube, we suggest this genius alternative: Pancakes that are just as gooey and cinnamon-y as their inspiration, but are ready in about a half hour.

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5 Authentic Tequila Cocktails That People in Mexico Actually Drink

by in View All Posts, May 5th, 2017

As Cinco de Mayo celebrations gear up today in the United States, so does the imbibing of frozen lime margaritas. But in actuality, the margarita is hardly Mexican in origin, and the Fifth is not as widely celebrated in Mexico as it is in the United States.

Mixologist Alex Valencia, from the Jalisco region of Mexico himself, wanted to create “real” Mexican cocktails, inspired by his own personal history as well as some local insight into how tequila is actually enjoyed in the country.

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