Step Out in Culinary Style with Chicken-and-Waffle Sneakers

by in News, April 5th, 2016

Step Out in Culinary Style with Chicken and Waffle SneakersTalk about a droolworthy shoe!

Nike has just introduced a sneaker (part of its Nike SB line of skateboarding shoes) inspired by chicken and waffles, that winning culinary combo. “Soul food for your feet” is what they’re calling it.

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Foodie Call With Justin Warner: Chicago Dog Barbecue

by in Food Network Chef, Shows, April 5th, 2016

On this episode of Foodie Call, Justin teams up Jeff Mauro (everyone’s favorite Sandwich King and the keeper of the Kitchen Fails on FoodNetwork.com) to imagine a new type of barbecue. Tapping into Jeff’s Chicago roots, the pals consider the Chicago-style hot dog — and decide to combine it with a rack of beef ribs.

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DIY Pizza Night Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

by in Recipes, April 5th, 2016

Pizza DoughThis isn’t just your average pizza night. Sure, we’ve got some must-try basics, like an easy tomato sauce from The Pioneer Woman, but wait until you see what Rachael Ray has to offer when it comes to creative pizza-flavor combinations. Check out classic and all-new ways to reinvent the crust-sauce-topping game.

Dough: There are a few ways to get started with dough.

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Star-a-Day: Ana Quincoces

by , April 5th, 2016

Food Network Star, Season 12It was only recently that Star Talk broke the news that an unprecedented 12th season of Food Network Star is set to unfold this summer. For the first time ever, a prequel competition — Comeback Kitchen — will bring together seven past Star contes...

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Quinoa Salad with Apricots, Basil and Pistachios — Meatless Monday

by in Recipes, April 4th, 2016

Quinoa Salad with Apricots, Basil and PistachiosIf the shift to warmer temperatures outside has you craving all manner of cool, light eats inside, then look no further than a simple salad — but not just an everyday green salad. In addition to fresh, leafy greens, try adding other good-for-you picks, like hearty grains, beans or quinoa, a protein-packed superfood.

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Star-a-Day: Aaron Crumbaugh

by , April 4th, 2016

Food Network Star, Season 12It was only recently that Star Talk broke the news that an unprecedented 12th season of Food Network Star is set to unfold this summer. For the first time ever, a prequel competition — Comeback Kitchen — will bring together seven past Star contes...

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“There’s Going to Be a Massive Geyser of Soda” — Alton’s After-Show

by in Shows, April 3rd, 2016

Just when you thought you’d seen it all on Cutthroat Kitchen, Alton Brown unveiled a sabotage so downright diabolical that he and the judge of the day had to don not-so-special attire. In order to show off the sabotage to judge Antonia Lofaso during the After-Show, both she and he had to ditch their fancy show clothes for ones they wouldn’t mind getting a bit, um, soaked.

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Exclusive Interview with the Winner of All-Star Academy, Season 2

by in Shows, April 3rd, 2016

The final cooks.Eight weeks ago, nine home cooks entered All-Star Academy for a chance to join a mentor’s team and compete to win $50,000 and bragging rights as the best home cook in the nation. Tonight one of those cooks did just that. The finale began with Team Alex’s Lee, Team Robert’s Natasha and Team Andrew’s Zoe, but halfway through, Zoe was eliminated, and she and her mentor left for good. That left Lee, a home cook with a Northern California flair, and Natasha, a home cook specializing in foods with a Southern inflection. Their final challenge required them to cook a dish from the heart — something that showed how far they’ve come in the competition. It all came down to that last dish.

Spoiler Alert: Find Out Who Won

10 Things I Ate About You: Augusta, Ga., for The Masters

by in Restaurants, April 3rd, 2016

AugustaHeading to Augusta for the Masters Tournament this week? Beyond the links, Augusta is developing a reputation for its restaurant scene. From stellar small plates to low-country classics like shrimp and grits, these dishes are the culinary masters of the city — ideal to check out during Masters week and beyond.

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Ballpark Bites: Favorite Food Finds at the Baseball Game

by in Restaurants, April 3rd, 2016

Petco ParkIt’s opening day for Major League Baseball. Don’t strike out with your food choices at the baseball game. We tracked down some of the best bites at ballparks from coast to coast, including creative and classic finds you could eat, along with the great options you should eat.

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