7 Surprising Things To Do With Tomatoes by Dana Angelo White in Uncategorized, August 5th, 2013
# 1 Make Jam
This tangy, sweet and savor...
# 1 Make Jam
This tangy, sweet and savor...
Ladies and germs, the time is upon us: the final showdown! We've seen this batch be flummoxed by chips and dip, serve golf balls as doughnuts and get tipsy on the Fourth of July (don't we all, though?). Indeed it's been one heck of a ride for our fin...
We challenged two prestigious groups — Chopped judges and Food Network Star winners — to a summer recipe showdown. All season long, we’ll present head-to-head matchups of mouthwatering summer recipes from each team — from refreshing cocktails to fresh farmers’-market salads to the juiciest backyard burgers. By voting each week here on FN Dish or on our Fan Feed, you’ll determine the winning recipes.
This week, Star winners and Chopped judges are going up against their own cohorts in two meaty showdowns. Star Season 7 winner Jeff Mauro faces his predecessor, Season 6 winner Aarti Sequeira, in a battle of pulled pork sandwiches. Chris Santos and Scott Conant often judge together behind the Chopping Block, but today they put up their best summer burgers for you to judge. Whose pulled pork and burgers will you cook up? Cast your votes below!
You certainly won’t come across these gorgeous gnarly varieties of egg...
Before then, however, FN Dish is giving fans the first look at The Shed and an exclusive opportunity to hear from Brad and Brooke, the brother-and-sister founders of The Shed. Click the play button on the video above to get an insider’s look at the property’s junkyard, Brad’s never-before-seen outdoor office and a glimpse inside The Shed’s kitchen, where Hobson— the pit master — has prepared nearly 1 million pounds of barbecue.
Tune in Sunday at 10pm/9c to catch a sneak-peek episode of The Shed, then watch Monday at 10pm/9c to see the season premiere.
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It's down to the nitty-gritty: the final four finalists. Damaris, Rodney, Russell and Stacey have endured nine weeks of grueling tasks, surviving on-camera and cooking challenges, and now one is just eight days closer to stardom.
If you had to vote n...
This summer, Food Network’s Grilling Central is packed with recipes for the entire family’s taste buds, boasting the best in burgers, dogs, chicken and more all season long. But with so many recipes, where do you start? Each weekend, FN Dish is giving you a complete menu that is stress-free, and this weekend’s spread features homemade grilled pizza.
It’s no question that frozen, store-bought pizza dough is a much-needed timesaver in the kitchen. After all, on busy weeknights, the ready-to-go variety makes it easy to skip delivery and bake pies at home. But on the weekends when you have some time to spare, from-scratch dough is worth the effort, as it promises a softer, chewier crust with a homemade flavor that just can’t be beat.
Food Network Magazine starts with homemade dough in its recipe for Grilled Everything Pizza (pictured above). If you’ve never before grilled pizza, know that the secret to doing so successfully is having all of your toppings at the ready next to the grill. After you place the dough on the hot grates, the process of cooking the crust moves quickly, so you’ll want to have the sauce, vegetables and cheese prepared and within reach. Once you flip the dough, start building your ultimate pie with your favorite combination of ingredients, like tomato-garlic sauce, mozzarella, sweet grilled onions and tender shiitake mushrooms. Afterward, it’s important to cover the grill, as the trapped heat inside will melt the mozzarella and warm the vegetables. Finish the pie with fresh greens and Italian salami before serving for added texture and a peppery, salty bite. Browse these step-by-step photos to see how Food Network Magazine‘s recipe comes together.
Summer is the perfect opportunity to break out the home bar, especially when you’re entertaining friends and family for backyard barbecues and get-togethers. Grab a pitcher, the blender, some ice and these fantastic recipes, and you’re all set for making some of the best cocktails you’ll want to enjoy all season long.
Whether it’s cooling melon, tangy berries, sweet peaches or aromatic herbs, like mint or basil, all of these cocktails feature the refreshing flavors of summer. You can’t go wrong using seasonal ingredients when you’re putting together a drink. FN Dish has 10 summer cocktail recipes that are all easy to make — most require only pouring and assembly, others might use the blender to whip up silky smooth drinks. You’ll be chilling with cocktails in hand in no time.
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