by Amy Reiter in News, March 29th, 2014
by FN Dish Editor in Behind the Scenes, Events, September 26th, 2012
Discerning eaters probably never need an excuse to eat something on a stick, but if they did, it was provided on Friday, March 28, when our proud nation celebrated National Something on a Stick Day.
If you missed this important annual holiday, you may be forgiven. There were no parades, no politicians giving speeches about the proud history and cultural importance of food on a stick, no days off from school or work — though of course there ought to have been all those things.
But even though skewered food’s official day has slipped past without the tremendous fanfare it deserved, the desire to consume the comestibles it honors has stuck. Because food is just more fun when it’s stuck to a stick.
by Food Network Kitchen in Behind the Scenes, Events, August 2nd, 2012
Food Network Kitchens celebrate National Pancake Day by seeing how many flapjacks they can stack at once; click the play button on the video above to watch.
Tell us in the comments: How many pancakes do you think were stacked before the tower toppled?
Pancakes are a great way to personalize breakfast and dinner, too. From bacon and corn to triple chocolate, they’re so versatile. Here are five of our new favorite ways to make pancakes: Reinvented: Pancakes 5 Ways.
by Victoria Phillips in Holidays, August 2nd, 2011
Food Network Kitchens celebrate National Ice Cream Sandwich Day by seeing how many of the sandwiches they can stack at once — click the play button on the video above to watch.
Tell us in the comments: How many ice cream sandwiches do you think were stacked before the tower toppled?
To add a little more fun to your summer barbecues, bring along some sandwiches of the sweet variety. All you need is either store-bought or homemade cookies and several pints of ice cream in your favorite flavors — then scoop away! Read Squeezed in the Middle for ice cream sandwich recipes and inspiration.
by FN Dish Editor in Holidays, July 6th, 2011
Celebrate this cool holiday with an inventive ice cream sandwich from Food Network Magazine. Whether you like it slightly salty, super sweet or a mix of both, you’re sure to find a version that will satisfy your taste buds. Choose from salted caramels with dulce de leche and vanilla ice cream or put a sweet spin on your morning coffee and a doughnut. You can even embrace your inner-child with a PB&J made of graham crackers, peanut butter, raspberry jam, and a dollop of black raspberry ice cream.
Find more inspiration and recipes here: Super Cool Ice Cream Sandwiches
Celebrate this crunchy comfort-food holiday with one of Food Network’s top five fried chicken recipes. Whether you pan-fry, deep-fry or oven-fry, this lip-smacking treat is sure to satisfy adults and children. Choose from classic fried chicken or opt for a healthier version by baking chicken with corn cereal crumbs and crushed crackers.
5. Guy’s Fried Chicken
4. Robert’s Pan Fried Chicken, Parsley Pan Jus
Get the top three recipes