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“Girl’s Night Out” Photo Shoot by FN Dish Editor in View All Posts, View Video Only, June 15th, 2009
If you could ask Ted Allen ANYTHING… by Secretary Confidential in View All Posts, June 11th, 2009
Knock over your television and climb right onto Ted Allen’s set. Fine. Not really to his actual stage spot… BUT, now is your chance to talk to the quirky food personality instead of begging the screen to respond.
Here’s the deal: I scored an interview with Ted this Monday to chat about hosting the new Chopped episodes premiering next week. So…. Ten, Nine, Eight step away and fire your questions to me for culinary guru Ted Allen, and I’ll pick a few to ask him. If you’re curious as to what top three Chopped secret ingredients Mr. Allen would choose, or what guest judges he’d like to see on the show – now is the time to ask. Send away. You have until this Sunday (6/14) at midnight.
Yours Truly- The SC
Poppin' Fresh by Food Network Kitchens in View All Posts, June 10th, 2009
Here at FN, we’re all in favor of home-made popcorn, but you probably shouldn’t be trying this at home. And no, I have no idea why he’s not wearing a shirt.
Rupa Bhattacharya, Culinary Writer
Shooting the Breeze with Brian Boitano by Sommer in View All Posts, June 9th, 2009
It’s 8:00a, and there is a Food Network crew setting up a photo shoot in (Olympic ice skater) Brian Boitano’s house, and he’s not home. What does Brian Boitano have to do with Food Network? Well, as it turns out, not only is Brian Boitano an Olympic athlete, he’s also an outstanding home cook and an entertainer extraordinaire.
Enter Joanne Harmon, Design Director for Food Network, or actually enter me, into Joanne’s office to chat about hanging out with the star of our newest show, What Would Brian Botaino Make. Here’s the skinny from casa de Boitano:
Battle Chicken Breast by Kirsten Vala in View All Posts, June 9th, 2009
Michael Symon once said in an episode of Dinner Impossible, “If it doesn’t have skin or bones, it doesn’t have flavor.” In a tough, do or die situation, he refused to use skinless, boneless chicken breasts. He called my go-to meat of choice “flavorless.” I was stunned by the insight. Could he be right?
Enter fellow Iron Chef, Bobby Flay – king of burgers, master of the grill, man of the spice rack. . . Could one of Bobby’s recipes prove Symon wrong? Armed with eight Indian-ish spices and Bobby’s Tandoori Spiced Chicken Breast recipe, I was hopeful.
Naissance de la Ferme by Food Network Kitchens in View All Posts, June 8th, 2009
QUICK VOTE – The Next Food Network Star by FN Dish Editor in View All Posts, June 8th, 2009
ASK SUSIE – Episode 1 by FN Dish Editor in View All Posts, June 5th, 2009
Want to know what Susie is really thinking about The Next Food Network Star finalists? Now you can ask her!
Thank you for all your submitted questions! Comments are now CLOSED for this week’s “Ask Susie” Episode 1. To watch Susie’s Answers, click on the below links.
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