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Meatballs or Burgers? FN Stars Make a Meaty Decision at New York City Wine & Food Festival

by in Events, October 13th, 2012


The fifth annual New York City Wine & Food Festival officially kicked off Thursday night with Meatball Madness, followed up by a second hearty course at Burger Bash on Friday. That’s a lot of beef (and sometimes pork, turkey and veal, too). So we couldn’t help but ask some of our favorite food personalities to weigh in on what’s more satisfying: meatballs or burgers? Click play on the video above as FN Dish gets the answer straight from Bobby Flay, Alex Guarnaschelli, Geoffrey Zakarian, Anne Burrell, Jeff Mauro, Amanda Freitag, Aarón Sánchez, Marcus Samuelsson, Chris Santos and the Neelys.

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Perfect Veggie Burgers — Meatless Monday

by in Recipes, February 13th, 2012

Getting its considerable heft from chopped walnuts, pinto beans, barley and breadcrumbs, this veggie-packed patty is tender and moist, thanks to a splash of soy sauce, egg whites and tangy barbecue sauce. For a touch of crunch and fried indulgence, top each burger with a few crispy onion rings.

To complete this diner dinner, cook up Bobby’s Seasoned Grilled Fries, dusted with chili powder and cumin, and prepare his creamy, frothy Double Chocolate-Marshmallow Milkshake, ready in just 10 minutes.

Get the recipe: Perfect Veggie Burgers from Food Network Magazine

Meatless Monday, an international movement, encourages people everywhere to cut meat one day a week for personal and planetary health. Browse more Meatless Monday recipes.

Recipe of the Day: Bobby’s Mushroom-Cheddar Burger

by in Recipes, June 28th, 2011

mushroom cheddar burger recipe
Bobby Flay just may be the king of burgers — his toppings are always top-notch, and this burger is no exception. One bite into this burger and you’ll experience bold flavors from an assortment of mushrooms, shallots, sharp cheddar and juicy meat that comes from a ground chuck patty.

Bobby recommends using a blend of mushrooms from your market. “They’re probably not ‘wild,’ but they’ll still be delicious. I think that any cheddar will pair well with the mushrooms, but if you can find a sharp Tillamook cheddar from Oregon, it would be all the better,” Bobby says.

Make it a complete meal: Serve these Spicy Sweet Potato Fries or this Bell Pepper Slaw along side.

Get the recipe: Wild-Mushroom Cheddar Burger

Browse more of Food Network’s burger recipes in Grilling Central.

Poll: Burgers or Hot Dogs?

by in Holidays, May 24th, 2011

burgers and hot dogs

Photos make you salivate? Get the recipes for Perfect Beef Burgers and New York Street Dogs.


Guy Fieri’s 3lb Burger

by in View All Posts, January 29th, 2009

Dave Letterman recently surprised Guy Fieri with a 3lb burger.
You should see the fries that go with that one.

Watch Guy’s technique to tackle this bite — “The Hunch”.

If you don’t have a burger to test your “Hunch” on, try one of these Food Network burger classics

Or head down to Hillbilly Hot Dogs in West VA for the real deal.
You can get the location of Hillbilly and all of Guy’s stops here.

Burger Time with the Programming Team

by in View All Posts, December 31st, 2008

I’m sure it’s the same in offices across the country, but this week in the Food Network Programming department, you can quietly work and watch the tumbleweeds roll by. Holiday gift giving is over, everyone is on vacation, and only the few of us who are truly – truly – dedicated are holding down the fort, here at the Chelsea Market.

So how do the professionally food obsessed spend a quiet holiday week? Burgers! There are food perks at FN, food perks being in the Chelsea Market, and then there are food perks just being in this neighborhood.

In that spirit, here’s a quick tour of the burger offerings in our lovely hood that will make any carnivore happy. Note: it doesn’t hurt that we border the Meatpacking District.

Across the street is the legendary Old Homestead Steakhouse with the famous cow above the door. Next door to O.H.S. is Pop Burger, when you only need a small slider. One block down is The Diner, a rather more upscale version of it’s name. A few blocks away is Cafeteria, Tyler Florence‘s old haunt, and in the other direction there’s Corner Bistro, a truly old school tavern. Also in walking distance is the now mega-famous Spotted Pig, gastropub to the stars. You can find nearly any kind of food in the world in Chelsea, but it’s clearly a burger kind of town. You may not want to hit all of them in the same week though…

~ Fay, Programming

Photo: Thomas Censani