by Justin Warner, July 8th, 2013
by Sarah De Heer, July 7th, 2013
After the "shocking" and "tragic" (all of cyberspace's words, not mine) elimination of Viet, it's now clear that one misplaced pepper can spell doom for anyone, even an Iron Chef competitor.
Whoever thought up this week's challenge was a real smart p...
by Sara Levine in Recipes, Shows, July 7th, 2013
For the first time in Star
history, one eliminated contestant will have a chance to re-enter the competition in a four-week Web series called Star Salvation
, presented by Buitoni. Last Sunday, host Robert Irvine tasked Viet, Danushka and Lovely to make something out of “failed” foods like overcooked pork chops, mushy veggies and burnt nuts. In another double elimination, Viet and Danushka left Food Star Kitchen for the final time.
Going into the third episode of Salvation, Lovely — who’s now on a winning streak — will have to face newly eliminated Chris. This week they’ll revisit the humble potato (like in the premiere episode of Star), but in a slightly different form. Who will be one step closer to returning to the competition?
Click the play button above to watch the third episode and find out who will advance to next week’s final episode of Star Salvation.
by Dana Angelo White, July 7th, 2013
We challenged two prestigious groups — Chopped judges and Food Network Star winners — to a summer recipe showdown. All season long, we’ll present head-to-head matchups of mouthwatering summer recipes from each team — from refreshing cocktails to fresh farmers’-market salads to the juiciest backyard burgers. By voting each week here on FN Dish or on our Fan Feed, you’ll determine the winning recipes.
At the end of the summer, the team that tallies up the most wins will celebrate with an all-star Labor Day party menu. Who will prevail as Summer Showdown champion — Star or Chopped?
This week, Guy Fieri and Alex Guarnaschelli fire up their grills for a head-to-head chicken showdown. Who grills the better bird? Cast your votes below!
by Toby Amidor, July 7th, 2013
Pasta salads may appear harmless or even good for you, but large portions of pasta, heavy dressings and high fat add-ins can ruin this picnic staple. Fresh ingredients, lots of vegetables, and a little portion control can make all the difference ...
by Amie Valpone, July 7th, 2013
We all have our favorite kitchen gadgets and tools. I was interested to see what tools nutrition experts favor so I polled some of the top experts from around the country; it was interesting to hear what they considered to be their most prized kitch...
by Sarah De Heer, July 6th, 2013
Forget fried onion rings and fire up your oven to make better-for-you, crispy baked onion rings instead. These Vidalia onion rings tossed with a combination of paprika, ground almonds, corn cereal and ground flax seeds before being baked to crispy p...
by Toby Amidor, July 6th, 2013
It's hard to believe that Star is halfway over: It started with 12 hopefuls and after tomorrow night's episode, there will only be six left. Viewers have witnessed ups and downs — pitches that nailed it (like Rodney's), dishes that wowed the judges...
by FN Dish Editor in Drinks, July 6th, 2013
Cheese is one of my favorite foods, but when it comes to getting all the cheesy facts (and there’s a ton!), I turn to the professionals. I had the opportunity to chat with the owners of Sartori Cheese who gave me pretty interesting tips for bu...
by Dana Angelo White, July 6th, 2013
Traditional sangria should truly sit overnight in your fridge. You want the fruit to marry with and soak up the wine and other liquors you’ve added to your mixture. If you’re planning to make a batch for a summer party, you’ll probably remember to make it in advance. But what if you’re craving a glass right now?
Infused sangria is only minutes away. Click play on the video above to watch Cliff from Food Network Kitchens use a gadget probably stuck in the back of your kitchen drawer — the wine saver — to hack the time used to make this cocktail down to less than 10 minutes.
This lesser-known herb is a must-have in my garden. Learn more about the flavor of marjoram, plus find out why the ancient Greeks would stock up on it for funerals.
According to the Food Lovers’ Companion, marjoram was used in ...