When I heard the results of this recent study, I wasn’t too surprised. For years, I’ve been privately counseling folks who fall both above and below the poverty line. I’ve seen the patterns and am glad there is now statistical data to prove it...
Each month, thousands of Food Network Magazine readers submit clever names for the back page’s Name This Dish contest. Previous dishes include bite-sized cakes (winning name: “Swirly Temples”), a hot dog sandwich (“Triple Dog Dare”) and even an egg tart (“Breakfast in Bread”). In the July/August 2012 issue, we asked you to dream up names for this hot dog sandwich (pictured above). Some of our favorites were:
You can never have enough ideas for school lunches. In honor of back-to-school season, Summer Fest contributors are gathering together to share their favorite recipes at our Communal Table.
Today, browse through recipes that will put a smile on your kid’s face and make their friends envious at the lunch table. But don’t forget to treat yourself — we’ve got back-to-school recipes for adults, too, like this Spicy-Korean “Ramen” Noodle Soup from Jeanette’s Healthy Living and Cashew-Curry Chicken Salad Sandwiches from This Girl Can Eat.
School is officially in session and just as kids may stomp their feet in protest all the way to the bus stop, so, too, might moms and dads as they face another daunting year of keeping their little learners full and healthy. As you think of the new school year and wonder how you’ll be able to do it all, look to Food Network’s Back-to-School Headquarters to help you make the grade. Each week in September FN Dish will share can-do weeknight meals, easy lunchbox picks, after-school snack strategies and more from our best collection of recipes and tips.
This week we’re kicking off the new school year with a classroom party of sorts. We’ve once again partnered with family and friends to host a Communal Table in celebration of all things back-to-school. In this virtual recipe swap, we’re exchanging a mix of kid- and adult-friendly meal ideas, lunchbox must-haves and more.
For my Healthy Eats posts, I seem to be on a roll when it comes to revamping America’s favorite restaurant fare. That said, I couldn’t forget the amazing egg roll. When I was pregnant with BOTH of my boys, I craved egg rolls like there was no to...
When it comes to cooking in early September, things can get a bit tricky. After all, fall’s first apples are landing on grocery store shelves and you’re starting to crave comforting meals again, but it still feels like summertime outside. So how do you cook the season when you’re sweating it out in steamy temperatures even though signs of fall just can’t be missed? Our end-of-summer recipes are sure to get you through these last few humid weeks. Check out a few of our favorite vegetarian selections below, then tell us what your favorite in-season dish is these days.
Ina’s Zucchini Gratin (pictured above) combines the best of summertime ingredients while celebrating hearty textures that are so typical of autumn. She fills this five-star casserole with light, in-season zucchini, but mixes it with a warm, creamy sauce of nutmeg and milk before topping it with crunchy breadcrumbs and gooey Gruyere cheese. Just a few minutes in the oven is all it takes to turn out a completely meat-free side dish that’s at once flavorful and satisfying but not altogether rich, thanks to the filling of fresh produce.
The third season of The Great Food Truck Race took the remaining five trucks more than halfway across the country to Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, Ark., this week. With a grand prize of $50,000 on the line and the chance to keep their truck, each team tries to pull out all their tricks to stay in the game, but ultimately one truck must go each week. Every Sunday night, FN Dish will bring you exclusive exit interviews with the latest Food Truck contestants to get the boot.
This week the teams struggled with a new challenge: dealing with a college town. Prices, menus and strategies all needed to reflect their new demographic. Between location issues, timing, the Speed Bump and the Truck Stop, Coast of Atlanta couldn’t rally from behind this week and, unfortunately, the three sous chefs, Tawanaca, Lena and Mike, had to give the keys of their truck back to Tyler.
If you’re looking for a decadent breakfast sandwich, look no further. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Magazine‘s Nutella-Berry Baguette, goes way beyond the traditional bacon, egg and cheese. Split and toast a 4-inch piece of baguette. Spread Nutella on one half and cream cheese on the other. Sandwich with sliced strawberries.
For more recipes that are sure to kick-start your morning off right, visit Food Network’s Let’s Rise & Shine board on Pinterest.
After three weeks of getting knee-deep in the food truck industry — starting first in Los Angeles and traveling through Arizona and Texas — the remaining five teams have proved they have skills and passion, but only one will win $50,000 and their own food truck. Seoul Sausage has taken the top spot three weeks in a row, but can they keep up the momentum? They certainly have to watch out for the competition: Nonna’s Kitchenette, Coast of Atlanta, Momma’s Grizzly Grub and Pop-A-Waffle are certainly tired of seeing Seoul win first place and they’re going to do whatever it takes to claim the top spot this week.