The Pioneer Woman’s French Fries — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, May 8th, 2016

Perfect Frnech FriesTake it from The Pioneer Woman. If she says that these crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside fries are “perfect,” we’re quick to trust her. The secret to her recipe, featured in Food Network Magazine, is a double-fry technique: One dip in the oil whisks away excess moisture and cooks the potato, while the second turns the fries craveably crisp.

Check out more of our Most Popular Pins of the Week, then stop by Food Network’s Let’s Cook Comfort Food board on Pinterest to find more hearty, decadent recipes.

Get the Recipe: The Pioneer Woman’s Perfect French Fries, Featured in Food Network Magazine

7 Top-Rated Strawberry Recipes

by in In Season, Recipes, May 8th, 2016

Heart Pancakes with StrawberriesWe’re edging into strawberry season, which means that in warmer parts of the country those fragrant, ruby-hued berries are popping up at the farmers markets, and pick-your-own operations are finally open for business. In cooler areas, we’re relying on supermarket berries for now, but even those are flavorful and juicy at this time of year.

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Will Canned Ros‪é Be the Drink of the Summer?

by in Drinks, News, May 7th, 2016

Will Canned Ros‪é Be the Drink of the Summer?We all know ros‪é is a legit trend — with sales of premium imported ros‪é wines in the United States rising 41 percent on volume and 53 percent on value in 2014 alone, according to Nielsen research.

Also a trend for 2016? Drinking wine out of a can, which means this summer you can be doubly trendy — and drink ros‪é out of a can. Yep, canned ros‪é is a thing that exists.

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Chefs’ Picks: Mother’s Day Recipes

by in Restaurants, May 7th, 2016

Chocolate Nut SquaresChefs’ Picks tracks down what the pros are eating and cooking from coast to coast.

Most everyone wants to show Mom love on her special day. For those who plan to prepare homemade gifts, we polled a few chefs around the country on what they cook to make their moms feel treasured on Mother’s Day. Take your pick of recipes, from French berry tarts to a Mexican Love Cake, and make your mother’s day!
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A Tea Party Fit for Mom

by in Entertaining, Holidays, Shows, May 7th, 2016

A Tea Party Fit for MomIf you’ve dropped the Mother’s Day ball this year and forgotten to pick up a present for Mom, you’re in luck, because it’s not too late to invite her to a tea party in her honor. On this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the co-hosts used everyday craft supplies and garden-fresh fixings to create a sweet atmosphere with the decor, and assembled a menu of can-do recipes. Read on below to see what they made and learn how they did it.

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How to Serve Mom Breakfast in Bed the Right Way

by in Holidays, Recipes, May 7th, 2016

If you’re planning a special meal this Mother’s Day, leave dainty fruit cups and low-fat yogurt parfaits off the menu. This Sunday, Mom’s only goal should be relaxation and enjoyment — and that, we believe, starts with a hearty breakfast in bed. Once the lady of the house has awoken (hopefully long after sunrise), load up her breakfast tray with wholesome goodies she can enjoy in big bites and generous forkfuls. Here are some of our most-satisfying breakfast dishes, perfect for a leisurely morning under the covers.

Chocolate-Banana Pancake Breakfast Casserole
A basic shortcake pales in comparison to this decadent breakfast casserole from Food Network Kitchen. The assembly is simple: Start with a layer of fluffy flapjacks, then sprinkle some banana slices and chocolate chips over the top. Don’t forget to douse the whole thing with a sweet and creamy egg mixture, then repeat the layers until your casserole dish is filled to the rim.

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Delightfully Floral Treats for Mom That Beat Out the Bouquet

by in Holidays, Recipes, May 6th, 2016

Victorian Rose Geranium CakeA bouquet of flowers will never go out of style, but these fresh, floral spins on Mom’s favorite things will have her feeling all warm and fuzzy on her special day. From flowery cocktails garnished with petals and sprigs to springtime confections that taste just-bloomed after baking, any one of these special treats will prove the perfect companion for your Mother’s Day brunch.

You’d better be extra-sweet to Mom on Mother’s Day, and baking her this pretty-in-pink cake is one festive way to do it. Anne Burrell’s Victorian Rose Geranium Cake for Food Network Magazine is imbued with the essence of real rose geranium leaves, both in the pink-tinged frosting and in the cake itself.

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Caption It: Premiere Giggles at the Judges’ Table

by , May 6th, 2016

Food Network Star, Season 12Let's call this the calm before the storm. Comeback Kitchen premieres Sunday (at 8|7c), and for the seven returning hopefuls, that means there's just days left until they begin the winding road to redemption. Challenges, critiques and constant press...

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8 Things You Should Make (for Yourself!) This Mother’s Day

by in Holidays, Recipes, May 6th, 2016

PancakesWe’re certainly not suggesting that you tell the kids to put the brakes on hand-delivered breakfast in bed this year. But when was the last time you made exactly what you wanted, and just plain had fun whipping it up? We thought so. Treat yourself to one of these friendly, tasty dishes this Mother’s Day — it’s up to you whether you share it with the family or not (aw, we know you will!).

Banana and Pecan Pancakes with Maple Butter (above)

This batch is just a little bit more enticing than the faded, dateless box of pancake mix hiding in your pantry, don’t you think?

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What to Watch: Mother’s Day Celebrations and the Premiere of Food Network Star: Comeback Kitchen

by in Shows, May 6th, 2016

Comeback Kitchen FinalistsThis weekend, get last-minute ideas for Mother’s Day from your favorite chefs. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond is getting pampered by her kids and cowboy as they cook up filets with shrimp-peppercorn sauce and oven-roasted potatoes and asparagus. After that, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are sharing their ideas for a foolproof brunch complete with mini club sandwiches, roast beef sliders and Katie Lee’s asparagus-and-spinach frittata.

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