by Allison Milam in Recipes, July 10th, 2014
by Toby Amidor in Uncategorized, July 10th, 2014
The American tradition of the cabbage side dish has been carrying us from barbecues to cookouts to picnics since the inaugural gingham picnic blanket was first laid. Maybe that’s an exaggeration, but we just can’t imagine summer eating without it on our plates. Creamy, crunchy and tangy, a helping of classic coleslaw does wonders piled on a pulled pork sandwich, and is impressive even taken on its own. But that’s only the beginning. This week, give your coleslaw game an edge with four tricks that will turn even the mayo haters into slaw fanatics.
Add Color: If you wholeheartedly believe that coleslaw can exist only in the form of a monochromatic pile, you’ve probably never laid eyes on Ree Drummond’s Colorful Coleslaw. The Pioneer Woman proves that, when done right, coleslaw can be the standout side on your plate, especially with the bright shades of carrots, purple cabbage and a spectrum of peppers in tow.
by Amy Reiter in News, July 10th, 2014
Researchers claim they have a solution for those suffering from peanut allergies. But is a hypoallergenic peanut all it’s cracked up to be?
About Peanut Allergies
About 0.6 percent of the US population suffers from peanut allergies. Symptoms i...
by Sara Levine in In Season, Recipes, July 10th, 2014
It can be challenging to bake a birthday cake that will meet the demands of a 1-year-old or someone with strict dietary constraints. But even those of us who are especially good at baking cute confections or have a file full of vegan and gluten-free cake recipes have probably never faced quite the same birthday-cake challenge zookeepers at the Taipei Zoo confronted this past weekend: What do you make for the panda who has everything on the occasion of her first birthday?
by Maria Russo in Uncategorized, July 10th, 2014
Why wait until dinner to fire up the grill? The grill masters in Food Network Kitchen came up with all-new recipes for great breakfasts and lunches that can be easily prepared in the backyard. Get ready to grill all weekend with flame-kissed versions of French toast, breakfast tacos, cobb salad and more. Read more
by Nikhita Mahtani in Recipes, Shows, July 9th, 2014
In just a few short weeks, Lenny's proven himself one to make a splash on camera for the good of the competition. Given the sneak-peek photo above from Sunday's all-new episode of Food Network Star, it seems as though he's continuing to live up to th...
by Nikhita Mahtani in Shows, July 9th, 2014
For this week’s Chopped Dinner Challenge, the chefs of Food Network Kitchen chose to feature the basket ingredient goat cheese. With its creamy texture and pungent flavor, goat cheese can usually be found crumbled on salads or mixed into spreads to give a salty touch to vegetables and crackers. In this recipe for Grilled Pork Tenderloin and Plums with Creamy Goat Cheese Sauce, the goat cheese gets mixed with Greek Yogurt and olive oil to create a tangy serving sauce, making for a winning summery meal any night of the week.
by Nikhita Mahtani in Food Network Chef, Recipes, July 9th, 2014
This August, the competition heats up as Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off returns to Food Network. This season promises to be even more explosive than the last, with all-new challenges to really test the ‘kid’-testants’ culinary prowess in the kitchen.
Eight multi-talented young chefs will be divided into two teams — one coached by Rachael and one by Guy — and the kid chefs will have to go through a mini challenge and a main challenge each episode, winning stars based on their recipes and cooking talent. With amazing guest judges, including Alex Guarnaschelli, Jeff Mauro and Robert Irvine, this season is a perfect combination of food and fun.
by Amy Reiter in News, July 9th, 2014
Summer is the time for get-togethers and cocktail parties. While having friends over on warm and sunny evenings is always fun, it can be a bit daunting when you find yourself strapped for time when guests plan to come over at the last minute. To help with that, Giada De Laurentiis has a plan. From a list of ingredients to keep on hand to a bunch of quick and easy recipes, here are Giada’s best last-minute party tips.
by Andrea Strong in Uncategorized, July 9th, 2014
You’ve thrown a party and have a ton of leftovers — there’s no way you’re going to be able to work your way through them before they go bad. You’ve begun to bake brownies and suddenly realize you’re short on flour. You’re on your way out of town for a few weeks and the groceries in your fridge will surely spoil by the time you return. What do you do?
People who find themselves presented with those dilemmas now have a new high-tech way of resolving them: food-sharing websites and apps. A website is now up and running in Germany that facilitates the sharing of leftovers, helping individuals or businesses pass them along to those who need or want them — for free. Once you sign up — as more than 43,000 registered users across 240 European cities have done — you can post a “basket” of food that’s available by listing its contents or scan the site for a basket you’d like to claim. Then you arrange to meet — the site’s founders have set up “hot spots” — and voila! It’s like Airbnb crossed with borrowing a cup of sugar from your neighbor.
Halva, the Middle Eastern sesame candy, is a dessert favorite. Dense and rich, it tastes like peanut buttery fudge and is often layered with ribbons of chocolate. What could be better? Just one problem: It’s traditionally loaded with sugar. Is...