by Maria Russo in Food Network Chef, June 27th, 2017
by Allison Milam in Recipes, June 16th, 2017
ICYMI: Cutthroat Kitchen judge and longtime chef and restaurateur Jet Tila released a brand-new cookbook, 101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You Die, this week, and he stopped by Food Network Kitchen to show us how to cook one of his signature dishes on Facebook Live. He made what he calls My Famous Drunken Noodles, and after just a few bites, we get why they’re so famous.
“We’re chasing the “yum” here,” Jet said as he prepped these easy-to-make noodles, noting the five essential flavors that make up Asian cuisine: sour, sweet, salty, hot and savory. He achieves all five of those tastes with just a few key ingredients, including sweet soy sauce and Sriracha. Click the play button on the video above to watch Jet make his Drunken Noodles, then read on below to get the recipe.
by Maria Russo in Community, Shows, January 26th, 2016
When we’re scrolling down our social feeds, there are a few things that have been know to stop us dead in our tracks. This week, it was all about cheese — lots and lots of cheese.
Georgian Cheese Bread (posted above)
If you aren’t yet familiar with this go-to Georgian specialty, this video will make you want to get to know it — stat. Topped with a mix of creamy mozzarella, sharp feta and a just-cracked egg, bubbly and oh-so cheesy Georgian Cheese Bread (aka Adjaruli Khachapuri) takes “crack an egg on it” to a whole new level.
by Maria Russo in Community, Holidays, December 10th, 2015
What with that, um, little blizzard many of us saw this past weekend and the general feeling of “it’s chilly outside so let’s warm up with hot food inside” that’s going around at this time of year, it’s no surprise that what’s ending up on your plate these days isn’t just comfort food but over-the-top indulgences. Recently Food Network asked fans on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to show off those guilty pleasures — the creamy, extra-rich, and super-sweet picks — they dig into when no one is watching, and in true superfan fashion, you delivered in droves.
Check out some of our favorite fan submissions on Instagram, then see what Food Network stars like Katie Lee and Jeff Mauro are indulging in on the latest episodes of Guilty Pleasures as well.
Check out photos of Food Network fans’ most-over-the-top guilty pleasures.
by Maria Russo in Community, Food Network Chef, December 15th, 2014
Calling all cookie lovers! For the first time ever, FoodNetwork.com and HGTV.com are coming together for a holiday cookie extravaganza complete with a full spread of seasonal sweets, a duo of next-level gingerbread houses and even all-star talent like Justin Warner — and it’s all happening live on Facebook.
Beginning at 10 a.m. EST Friday, Dec. 11, you can go to Food Network’s official Facebook page, where Justin will be taking fans behind the scenes inside the Food Network Kitchen and chatting with expert cookie bakers on the team to find out what it takes to bake a cookie that not only tastes great but looks festive too. As the day unfolds, stay tuned to our Facebook page and pop over to HGTV’s official Facebook page to see how the Food Network and HGTV teams put their signature spins on a store-bought gingerbread house. You can also delve into the little-known bits and bites of cookies with Dan Pashman as he reveals the right way to eat a cookie. (Yes, there’s such a thing as a wrong way.) And learn the best sips to serve alongside your favorite cookies.
by FN Dish Editor in Community, Holidays, December 1st, 2013
From baking cookies and roasting ham to hosting your relatives and preparing for Christmas brunch, the road to the holidays can be a long one, and when it comes to tackling seasonal cooking and entertaining questions, there’s perhaps no one better outfitted for the task than Alton. Cutthroat Kitchen‘s master of eviliciousness and the longtime host of Good Eats stopped by Food Network’s Facebook page yesterday for the ultimate holiday tell-all, dishing on the hows, whys and whats of his best party-ready recipes. Read on below for the top snippets from the chat, to learn Alton’s answers to some of the most-asked questions and to get his tried-and-true recipes you can count on.
by FN Dish Editor in Community, Holidays, November 3rd, 2013
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 2pm/1c
- Holiday Entertaining: Tuesday, Dec. 17 at 1:30pm/12:30c
by Mallory Viscardi in Community, Holidays, October 22nd, 2012
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
by Mallory Viscardi in Polls, Shows, September 7th, 2012
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.
by Mallory Viscardi in Community, September 5th, 2012
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.