by Nora Horvath in Shows, July 8th, 2016
by Lauren Piro in Drinks, Recipes, July 7th, 2016
Stay in this weekend as your favorite Food Network stars cook up their favorite stay-at-home meals. First up, Ree Drummond bought chicken in bulk and is showing you three different ways to prepare it, including Broccoli, Chicken Pie and Chicken Kale Caesar Salad. Next, the hosts of The Kitchen are keeping it cool and cooking stove-free with recipes like Mojito and Microwave Asparagus and Slow-Cooker Thai Mussels. After, Valerie Bertinelli’s spending the day home alone, and she’s cooking up Smoky Cheddar Cheese Crackers and Roasted Artichoke Hearts Provencal from her pantry staples. Last, Patricia Heaton is bringing the taste of Spain to her kitchen as she puts together tasty tapas treats like Puff Pastry-Wrapped Chorizo and a refreshing white sangria.
Then on Sunday, four young, up-and-coming chefs go head-to-head for a chance to win $20,000 on Guy’s Grocery Games. Next, the finalists on Food Network Star will have to whip up a five-course meal consisting of indulgent guilty-pleasure favorites. After that, Geoffrey Zakarian is back with an all-new season of Cooks vs. Cons, where heavyweight chefs battle it out with amateur cooks in two delicious challenges.
by Food Network Kitchen in Recipes, Shows, July 7th, 2016
Sipping lemonade on the porch (bonus points if you’ve got a swing) isn’t a symbol of summer for nothing. And you’ll never be too far from your next pitcher when you’ve got a recipe roster like this at the ready.
Perfect Homemade Lemonade (above)
Before you get fancy, make sure you’ve nailed the basics. Ree Drummond’s quintessential recipe makes a giant batch, perfect for filling a party-sized dispenser.
by Lauren Piro in Entertaining, Recipes, July 7th, 2016
By Angela Carlos
Summer has officially arrived on the Chopped Junior set. This week contestants unpacked their summer-themed baskets filled with fresh eggplant, watermelon gelatin and beach-ball cake pops. The challenge, as always, was how to make something tasty out of so many incongruent items.
by Allison Milam in Recipes, July 7th, 2016
You wouldn’t necessarily believe that “smaller is better” when it comes to summer fruit pies — but leave it to the reliably adorable Mason jar to convince you. While you might cast aside the metal lids in favor of sipping lemonade Pinterest style, they’re actually the perfect vessels for baking mini pies. Our recipe has blueberries and peaches — absolutely delicious topped with a melty scoop of ice cream. Good thing you can easily claim a portion that’s all yours.
by Maria Russo, July 7th, 2016
For a lot of us, a mountain of potato salad is a given at any cookout we’re throwing. Though a lot of deli-counter potato salads may be seriously boring (and really off on the potato-to-mayo ratio too), that’s far from the case here. Never gloopy, these new-age picks — each with its own flavor-boosting edge — deserve a spot on your cookout menu, starting now.
Kick It Up
Bobby Flay’s Southwestern Potato Salad (pictured above) boasts all the creaminess of your classic potato salad, plus a kick of heat from chipotle pepper puree and cayenne. Do it up with fresh lime juice, chopped cilantro and onion for your zestiest potato salad yet.
by Maria Russo in Shows, July 6th, 2016
In this seventh week of Food Network Star, the competition among the finalists is more intense and the rivalries more poignant than ever. Sunday night's elimination was the first decidedly emotional exit this season — and for more than just the o...
by Samantha Lande in Restaurants, July 6th, 2016
With a statement as bold as that from Alton Brown, you’re likely expecting the challenge in question to be shocks of electricity, a cage-fighting match or a contraption that would (nearly) paralyze the chefs, right? We’re happy to report that none of those sabotages made an appearance during tonight’s all-new special judges’ episode of Cutthroat Kitchen. Instead, what Alton deemed to be “my finest sabotage of all time” was nothing more than a makeshift stool in a dingy, dimly lit “holding area,” where one judge had to sit. How bad could that be? Well, it turns out that it was bad enough to ultimately doom Simon Majumdar and just about guarantee Antonia Lofaso‘s win in Round 3.
by Foodlets in Family, Recipes, July 6th, 2016
3 of a Kind checks out three places across the country to try something cool, new and delicious.
A nostalgic childhood favorite, the ice cream sandwich, has moved beyond its, well, vanilla past. This summer, chefs are forgoing the one-note flavor that has traditionally been at the center of this hand-held dessert. Instead, they’re experimenting with everything from bourbon to Spam (yes, Spam), resulting in reimagined versions of the classic treat that are anything but basic.
by Emily Lee in Recipes, July 6th, 2016
Summertime means two things at my house: constantly slathering four little bodies in numbers of SPF so high they didn’t exist when I was a kid; and a slower, more forgiving morning routine. With no lunches to pack, no folders to tuck into backpacks and no need to cook breakfast at breakneck speed, we have a little more time to indulge. These are some of my favorite ways to set the pace for a sunny day ahead.
Ree Drummond’s Egg-in-a-Hole
Even though the whole thing takes only five minutes from start to finish, it still feels like lots of work for busy school days. That’s what makes this top-rated dish ideal for a slower summer morning.
Here at Food Network, we look forward to summer barbecues as a time when friends and food unite. The smoked brisket, the slow-cooked ribs, the pulled pork — all shared with good company. What’s not to love? Well, everything, if you’re a vegetarian. If you’re trying to go meatless, there’s no need to decline an invitation to one of the ritual summer feasts. There are plenty of dishes that can satisfy your hunger and complement the meaty fare for everyone else in attendance. From fresh, in-season side salads to the more-traditional barbecue sidekicks like macaroni and cheese, here are some of our top picks for a memorable — and meatless — barbecue experience.
There’s no way around it, really: If you’re avoiding meat at a barbecue, the side dishes are your best friends. That’s why a hearty side salad that’s loaded with different ingredients and textures is the way to go. This meal-worthy cornbread salad is similar to a trifle, layered with cornbread crumbles, corn, tomatoes, peppers, cheese and more.