by Lauren Piro in Holidays, June 19th, 2016
by Nora Horvath in Community, June 19th, 2016
Father’s Day is for celebrating how much we love our dads, but it’s also a time to look back fondly on our favorite “Dad moments.” You know the ones — those memories in which Dad’s best intentions crossed paths with his goofier, bumbling side. In Jeff Mauro’s hilarious web series, Kitchen Fails, families were able to catch a few of those fleeting moments on camera. We bet you can’t watch without giggling.
by Allison Milam in Holidays, Recipes, June 18th, 2016
If you’ve never before made a homemade ice cream cake, start with Ree’s easy recipe, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. She uses sliced store-bought pound cake, three classic ice cream flavors and crushed candies to make a cool and refreshing summer dessert —no churning or baking required. After layering the cake, ice cream and candies, Ree covers the cake with a chocolate-sauce shell to seal the layers and create a delicious, chocolatey topping. Take it from The Pioneer Woman: This is one dessert that “will make you very, very popular.”
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by Maria Russo in Recipes, Shows, June 18th, 2016
If your dad likes to cook, odds are you have a favorite recipe that you beg him to make you time and time again, even if you left the nest long ago. When the dads in our very own Food Network family aren’t cooking on TV or in restaurants, you might find them at home cooking for their own families. This Father’s Day, to show some love for the dads of Food Network, we’re running down the line of their most-beloved recipes ever.
Bobby Flay has always been known for his love of bold spices and smoky heat, but when the Food Network star and his daughter, Sophie, cooked together onscreen earlier this year, the menu was more along the lines of chocolate chip pancakes and pasta. Treat your own dad to one of Bobby’s highest-rated recipes, Chicken Parmigiana (pictured above), and be sure to check out his fleet of fan-favorite dishes, which is jam-packed with his signature flavor profiles — and then some.
by Sara Ventiera in Restaurants, June 18th, 2016
Remember those old-school root beer floats you had as a kid, the ones with inches’ worth of foamy soda on top and chilly scoops of vanilla ice cream at the bottom? The three floats the co-hosts of The Kitchen unveiled this morning aren’t like that. They’re better — and boozier. See how Marcela Valladolid, Sunny Anderson and Katie Lee put their signature spins on this dessert-drink hybrid by checking out their next-level recipes below.
by Regan Burns in Recipes, June 17th, 2016
Chefs’ Picks tracks down what the pros are eating and cooking from coast to coast.
June is officially in full swing, and the first official day of summer is fast approaching. It’s time to dine outside, in the sun, with a refreshing adult beverage. Here’s some inspiration for drinks that will keep you sipping all through the season. We asked four top toques around the country for their top summer cocktail picks.
by Amy Reiter in Drinks, News, June 17th, 2016
The dinnertime struggle of working parents is real: You have limited time and often a limited budget, and you’re cooking for an audience of outspoken, pint-sized food critics whose palates are less than exemplary. James Briscione knows the feeling — he might be a chef and culinary instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education by day, but at night he’s just a regular dad trying to get dinner on the table.
by Regan Burns in Recipes, June 17th, 2016
If you find yourself getting unexpectedly tipsy while enjoying a glass of wine or two, check the size of your glass. A new British study, led by researchers at the University of Cambridge, has shown that drinking wine from a large glass — even when the amount of wine in the glass is the same as usual — encourages you to drink more wine in a shorter amount of time.
by Maria Russo, June 17th, 2016
Contrary to popular belief, not every dad turns into a hardcore tie collector or grilling aficionado on Father’s Day. Some guys just want to be appreciated, indulged and subtly reminded about how they’re No. 1. And what better way to say, “Dad, you’re the best” than by baking up a homemade sweet or savory treat? We’ve rounded up some can’t-miss ideas for the man in your life.
Carrot Cake or Cheesecake—or Both?
It isn’t fair to ask Dad to choose between his two favorites on Father’s Day, and now he won’t have to. Combining the best parts of two beloved desserts, tender carrot cake is crowned with a halo of tangy cheesecake in this showstopping mash-up.
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by Nora Horvath in Shows, June 17th, 2016
Sure, the challenges on Food Network Star are a lot for any finalist to endure — they are downright difficult, actually — from the no-time-to-waste cooking blocks to the all-eyes-on-you presentations. But what's perhaps even more nerve-racking fo...
Celebrate the dads in your life this weekend with ideas from your favorite Food Network chefs. First up, Ree Drummond’s dad is retiring after 45 years in medicine, so she’s making him a dinner of all his favorite foods, including Burgundy Beef Stew and Mini Chocolate-Cherry Bundt Cakes. Then on Farmhouse Rules, Nancy and her grandkids are putting on a special Father’s Day putt-putt golf event, featuring a decadent surf-and-turf dinner for the whole family. After, Valerie Bertinelli is cooking up a hearty meal for the men in her life with some new recipes, including Chipotle Cheeseburgers with homemade barbecue sauce and her Mom’s Onion Rings.
Then on Sunday, tune in as four dads duke it out on Guy’s Grocery Games as they compete for the chance to bring home $20,000. To win big they’ll need to decipher grocery lists made up of emoji symbols and putt for their protein in a round of Grocery Golf. After, the finalists on Food Network Star work to create a NASCAR-worthy tailgate meal, and guest judges Katie Lee and Chef Robert Irvine will help decide who gets sent home.