by Victoria Phillips in Food Network Magazine, May 16th, 2012
by Food Network Magazine in Food Network Chef, Food Network Magazine, May 15th, 2012
Each month, Food Network Magazine puts chefs from Food Network Kitchens to the test: Create recipes that put a new spin on a pantry staple like chocolate syrup or instant coffee.
This month, Morgan Hass, Sarah Copeland and Rob Bleifer infuse cupcakes, cocktails and even ribs with subtle notes of black tea.
Recipe: Tea Cakes With Earl Grey Icing (pictured above)
Sarah says: “These tiny, rich chocolate cakes come alive with a playful puff of Earl Grey meringue.”
by Sara Levine in Uncategorized, May 15th, 2012
Iron Chef Michael Symon — the unofficial mayor of Cleveland — tells Food Network Magazine what to eat in his hometown.
Roasted Pig Head from The Greenhouse Tavern
Michael is known for his love of unusual cuts of meat, so it’s no surprise that he digs into half a pig’s head at least once a week. “It’s a lot of pig face,” he admits. The pig is seasoned with a spicy Southeast Asian style barbecue sauce and served with lettuce cups. Michael often stops at this spot after work: It’s next to his restaurant Lola, and the chef, Jonathon Sawyer, is an old friend. $31; 2038 East 4th St.; thegreenhousetavern.com
by Food Network Magazine in Food Network Magazine, May 15th, 2012
Team Alton was the first to lose a member with the departure of Cristie Schoen in Sunday’s premiere. Cristie, a movie-set caterer, came off as angry when she delivered her pitch for healthy eating (and a bland black-eyed pea and cabbage soup) ...
by Dana Angelo White in Uncategorized, May 15th, 2012
Each month, thousands of Food Network Magazine readers submit clever names for the back page’s “Name This Dish” contest. Previous dishes include brownies (winning name: “Brownie Rubble”), crab-stuffed mushrooms (“Surf ‘N Earth”) and even an over-the-top breakfast (“Scotch on the Rocks”). In the April 2012 issue, we asked you to dream up names for an egg tart (pictured above). Some of our favorites were:
Marstons Mills, MA
My Flaky Bakey Tart
More favorites and the winner announced
by Sara Levine in Uncategorized, May 14th, 2012
Do you use a heart-rate monitor?
Looking for a way to make the most of your workouts? Try a heart-rate monitor on for size.
What is a Heart-Rate Monitor?
As advertised, these gadgets measure your heart rate (a.k.a take your pulse) by sensing and disp...
by Maria Russo in Recipes, May 14th, 2012
The Pre-Season Fan Vote tally is in! Before viewing last night’s premiere, 20% of you cast your votes for Team Giada’s Martita Jara, a spunky interior designer who grew up in the restaurant business and loves to cook with her family’s Mexi...
by Robin Miller in Uncategorized, May 14th, 2012
Easy to find and simple to prepare, tofu can replace pork, beef, chicken and more in any number of recipes that you want to make meatless. Most tofu is sold plain (without added flavoring), though it can absorb any seasonings you add to it, similar to how meat adopts the flavor of a marinade. Whether you crumble it atop a salad, grill it with barbecue sauce or sear it and serve with Asian-style noodles, tofu is a hearty vegetarian ingredient whose uses are endless.
Food Network Magazine features firm tofu in 30-minute tacos (pictured above). To prepare, first slice the tofu, dust it with taco seasoning and sauté it until it is crispy and caramelized. From there, stuff the tofu in toasted tortillas along with lime-scented coleslaw, shredded mozzarella cheese and bright salsa verde.
Serve with Alton’s five-star Guacamole, made with fresh avocados, Roma tomatoes and pinches of cumin and cayenne, to complete this Mexican-inspired feast.
Get the recipe: Tofu Tacos
Meatless Monday, an international movement, encourages people everywhere to cut meat one day a week for personal and planetary health. Browse more Meatless Monday recipes.
by Aarti Sequeira in Uncategorized, May 14th, 2012
Cool, creamy spinach dip, all lightend up.
Indoors or out, spring and summer parties call for dips. Creamy concoctions intended for dunking get folks fired up. It hardly matters what’s on the side – fresh vegetables, crackers, tortilla chips – ...
by Dana Angelo White in Uncategorized, May 13th, 2012
An ecstatic Aarti hugs Bob Tuschman after learning that she won her season of Star.
Aarti Sequeira won Food Network Star season 6 and expanded her popular blog into a cooking show, Aarti Party (catch it on Food Network, Sundays at 7:30am/6:30c). As a...
You still need to consider food safety when shopping for local produce.
Farmers’ markets are the prime destination for fresh and local food, but they’re not immune to germs and bacteria. Farmers work hard to comply with state and federal food saf...