Join Food Network in the month of December for a series of holiday-themed Facebook chats with Food Network Kitchens. Bring all your cookie, edible gift and entertaining questions, and let the experts help you take the fear factor out of creating a memorable holiday season.
It kicks off with the 12 Days of Cookies chat this Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 1:30pm/12:30c on Food Network’s Facebook page.
Come back to Food Network’s Facebook page for these additional chats:
- Edible Gifts: Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 1:30pm/12:30c
- Holiday Entertaining: Tuesday, Dec. 17 at 1:30pm/12:30c
Join Food Network in the month of November for a series of Thanksgiving-themed Facebook chats with Food Network Kitchens. Bring all your turkey, stuffing, side, dessert and entertaining questions, and let the experts help you take the fear factor out of hosting a memorable Thanksgiving dinner.
- Thanksgiving Appetizers: Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 1:30pm/12:30c
- Thanksgiving Desserts: Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 1:30pm/12:30c
- Thanksgiving Turkey: Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 1:30pm/12:30c
- Thanksgiving Stuffing and Sides: Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 1:30pm/12:30c
Join us on Wednesday for a Facebook chat with Food Network Kitchens about Halloween recipes and entertaining. Bring your spooky-food questions and let us help you take the fear factor out of hosting a memorable Halloween bash.
It kicks off this Wednesday, October 24 at 1pm/12c on Food Network’s Facebook page.
Fans of Cupcake Wars are in for a sweet treat: Viewers now have an unprecedented opportunity to cast an episode of Cupcake Wars with four returning challengers.
Meet the contenders:
- Alisha Nuttall from Cravings in Pleasant Grove, Utah, appeared with her twin sister, Angela, and wowed the judges with an adventurous pizza cupcake.
- Brandon Arnovick is a Cupcake Wars veteran appearing in not one but two prior episodes. His big flavors and fun personality charmed judges and fans alike.
- Doron Peterson is a three-peat contender, looking to make the fourth time the charm. She’s known for her explosive creativity with cupcake flavors, which is no small feat for a vegan baker.
Continue reading about the contenders
Food Network tailgating fans: Mark your calendars and get your game faces on. On Friday, September 7, at 2pm/ 1c, we’ll be chatting with Food Network Kitchens’ Charles Granquist about tailgating menu planning and recipes. Charles is also the mastermind behind the Food Network Stadium Fare menus popping up in select NFL stadiums around the country.
Join us on the Food Network Facebook page this Friday at 2pm/ 1c and bring your game-day questions for Food Network Kitchens.
We have a star-studded cast available to answer your questions this week on Food Network’s Facebook page.
Join us Monday at 3:30pm EST on the Food Network Facebook page to chat with past Food Network Star winner Melissa d’Arabian about the release of her first cookbook, Ten Dollar Dinners.
And on Tuesday we’ll be hosting a chat with Robert Irvine on the Food Network Facebook page to talk about the 50th Restaurant: Impossible episode, which will premiere August 22 at 9p/8c. We’ll also be chatting about Wedding: Impossible, a special presentation that airs Saturday August 18 at 10p/11c and features Robert’s wedding to professional wrestler Gail Kim.
Mark your calendars and get your questions ready for Melissa and Robert.
Food Network is excited to announce that earlier this week, we hit three million Facebook fans on the official Food Network Facebook page. To thank our millions of fantastic Facebook fans, we’re giving away seven fantastic Food Network prizes!
What You’ll Win: One lucky fan will win a Food Network grand-prize pack from Food Network Store that includes:
Six additional runners-up will win a copy of either Chef Anne Burrell’s Cook Like a Rock Star, Ree Drummond’s The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food From My Frontier or Food Network Magazine‘s 1,000 Easy Recipes.
How to Enter: Comment below with a link to your favorite recipe of all-time from FoodNetwork.com. Winners will be selected at random and contacted privately.
Read the official rules before entering
Let’s face it: No matter how many times we take to the barbecue every season, we still find ourselves second-guessing the perfect temperature for hamburgers, wondering how to create those perfect grill marks on steak and looking for ways to reinvent classic macaroni and potato salads. Well, Food Network has the ultimate cheat sheet for you this summer season.
Experts from our very own Food Network Kitchens will come together to address these perennial grilling problems on Food Network’s Facebook page this Saturday from 12 pm to 12:30 pm EST.
From dry chicken to tips for cooking food over direct and indirect heat, our experts from Food Network Kitchen will be offering helpful solutions and delicious recipes to take you beyond Labor Day.
Do you have a question you need answered? Head to Food Network’s Facebook page this Saturday from 12 pm to 12:30 pm EST.
The Food Network social media team has a big announcement to share!
We’re always looking for ways to make our social media communities better for our fans. And for that reason, we’re very excited to announce that our Facebook brand page will be changing over to the Timeline format today.
We know that Timeline is new and can be a little intimidating at first, which is why we want to show you all the reasons we’re excited for it.
The biggest benefit of the new layout is how much easier it will be for our fans to find content and explore the rich history of Food Network. The dates you’ll find at the top right of the page are clickable so you can dig deeper into the milestones that built Food Network.
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Food Network recently asked fans on Facebook: “Which Food Network chef would you most like to take cooking lessons from, and why?” Many who responded didn’t want to choose just one, but those who did shared exact reasons why. Guy, Bobby, Anne and Alton were among the top picks. Here are some of the highlights:
- Randy Nez: Bobby Flay. His story is truly unique and inspiring, and one of his many influences is my homeland — the beautiful Southwest. I love his ability to throw down with just about any dish, and I love to grill.
- Sharon Grimes: Guy Fieri because he’s fun, he knows what he’s talking about, we use the same cooking style and he’s not as messy as some of the others. He loves his family, he’s always involving his kids and he’s not trying to make himself look bigger or better than anybody else.
Who do you want cooking lessons from?