Take 5: No-Pasta Noodle Dinners

by in Recipes, View All Posts, June 14th, 2017

Zoodles with CheeseNo pasta? No problem! Spiralized veggies make the perfect base for traditional noodle dishes. Go beyond zoodles (aka zucchini noodles) and try your hand at sweet potatoes, asparagus and carrots. You’ll be digging in to a dish with tons of flavor that’s veggie-heavy to boot. Try one of these no-pasta noodle dishes tonight. Read more

POLL: What’s Your Tailgating Style?

by in Polls, View All Posts, June 14th, 2017

BurgersThe Food Network Magazine editors are taking a cue from Duff and already planning their pre-season spreads. Burgers and hot dogs play a big role at any football tailgate, but we have a feeling some of you get even more creative with your grub. Take the poll below to share your tailgating tips and tricks, then pick up a fall issue to see how your spread stacks up against the rest of America. Read more

Someone Has Made an Edible Fidget Spinner

by in News, June 14th, 2017

Someone Has Made an Edible Fidget SpinnerOur collective appetite for fidget spinners is so great that it was probably only a matter of time before someone made an edible version of the ultra-trendy, purportedly stress-reducing toy. You can now get a fully functioning fidget spinner that’s actually a tasty-looking cookie.

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Everything at This Bodega Is Made of Felt

by in News, June 13th, 2017

Everything at This Bodega Is Made of FeltAt the felt bodega 8 ‘till late, which recently opened at the New York City hotel The Standard, High Line, and runs until the end of the month, a visitor may feel like a kid in a candy store. In fact, there is a colorful array of candies on display — SweeTarts, Swedish Fish, Bit-O-Honey, and Blow Pops, just to name a few — along with sodas, sausages, cereals and myriad other products. But here’s the thing: None of the delicious-looking products are actually edible … because they’re all made out of felt, hand-stitched to look just like the real thing.

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Our Meatiest 5-Star Dishes for Dad’s Special Day

by in Holidays, Recipes, June 13th, 2017

Like any good kid, it’s natural to want to do something nice for Dad on Father’s Day. For those of you reading this, that probably means flexing your creative culinary muscles by whipping up an extra-fancy dinner. But if Dad is the old-fashioned, beef- and pork-lovin’ type, we suggest you forget all about that temperamental souffle and stick to what you know he’ll love: meat, meat, and yes, more meat. From big grilled steaks and pork chops to fall-apart-tender brisket and ribs, we’ve got everything you need to make Father’s Day a carnivore’s delight.

Grilled Ribeye with Romaine Marmalade
If the way to Dad’s heart is through red meat, then skip the fussy haute cuisine and give the man what he really wants: a big juicy steak. Seared to perfection, quadrillage and all, Geoffrey Zakarian’s classic bone-in ribeye is sure to make him happy. It even pairs beautifully with this summery green sauce.

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Pink Pineapples Are the Prettiest Things You’ll See All Day

by in News, June 12th, 2017

Pink Pineapples Are the Prettiest Things You'll See All DayIf you’ve ever said to yourself, “Hey, that pineapple looks great, but I wonder if it comes in another color,” the moment you have been waiting for has arrived. The world has brought you pink pineapples.

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Star Report: 9 Unforgettable Moments in Week 2

by , June 12th, 2017

Food Network StarThis was a doozy of an episode. Not only did Bobby and Giada spring a double elimination on the finalists, but almost every competitor was saddled with a struggle — in the kitchen, during a presentation or with a fellow teammate — as they worked ...

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One-on-One with the Latest Food Network Star Finalist to Go Home

by , June 11th, 2017

Food Network StarThe nature of the Food Network Star beast is such that no matter how much mentors Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis have to teach the finalists, their time is limited, which means they're forced to make quick decisions about who has the greatest pot...

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One-on-One with the Latest Food Network Star Finalist to Go Home

by , June 11th, 2017

Food Network StarThe nature of the Food Network Star beast is such that no matter how much mentors Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis have to teach the finalists, their time is limited, which means they're forced to make quick decisions about who has the greatest pot...

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Chefs’ Picks: NYC Tacos

by in Restaurants, View All Posts, June 11th, 2017

Fonda's Chicken Tacos
Chefs’ Picks tracks down what the pros are eating and cooking from coast to coast.

Though not a traditional taco town, New York City has really upped its Mexican food game in recent years. From old school tortillerias to trendy taquerias, here’s where local chefs go when the taco craving hits. Read more