by Allison Milam in Holidays, Recipes, June 18th, 2016
by Sara Levine in Food Network Chef, Holidays, November 26th, 2014
If your dad likes to cook, odds are you have a favorite recipe that you beg him to make you time and time again, even if you left the nest long ago. When the dads in our very own Food Network family aren’t cooking on TV or in restaurants, you might find them at home cooking for their own families. This Father’s Day, to show some love for the dads of Food Network, we’re running down the line of their most-beloved recipes ever.
Bobby Flay has always been known for his love of bold spices and smoky heat, but when the Food Network star and his daughter, Sophie, cooked together onscreen earlier this year, the menu was more along the lines of chocolate chip pancakes and pasta. Treat your own dad to one of Bobby’s highest-rated recipes, Chicken Parmigiana (pictured above), and be sure to check out his fleet of fan-favorite dishes, which is jam-packed with his signature flavor profiles — and then some.
by Sara Levine in Entertaining, Food Network Chef, November 20th, 2014
The Wednesday night before Thanksgiving is full of travel, traffic – and tradition. As families descend upon their Thanksgiving destinations, it’s a busy night for pizza spots, since no one feels much like cooking dinner. (If this is your game plan, we rounded up some of the best places across the country to pick up a pie.) At the New York City Wine & Food Festival, we chatted with Food Network stars about their pre-turkey day plans. Some choose to eat light to save up reserves for the big day, while others carb-load to get ready. What does your family do – and eat – the night before the big feast? Read more
by Allison Milam in Holidays, Recipes, June 14th, 2014
Wondering what your favorite chefs have up their sleeves (and in their ovens) for next Thursday? We caught up with more than a dozen Food Network stars about their unique Thanksgiving traditions with family and friends. Bobby hosts a themed Thanksgiving for 50, Alex does double-dinner duty and Guy likens his epic outdoor feast to “a shotgun wedding”. Read on and check out the full gallery for all the tasty details.
Just as your dad has his favorite dish, so do the dads of Food Network. This Father’s Day, in lieu of the standard wrapped-and-ribboned gift, treat Dad to a meaty, homemade dinner inspired by Tyler, Pat, Geoffrey, Bobby and more of your favorite chefs. Hey, if it’s good enough for these guys, odds are that your dad will dig it too.
A dry-aged, bone-in rib-eye steak is perhaps the most extravagant way to show Dad some love. Tyler Florence’s El Paseo Porterhouse Steak is broiled to give it a gorgeous crust without singeing it on the grill, and he lets it rest in a clarified-butter bath for extra decadence. Tip: Since it’s his day, let Dad have the honor of nibbling off the bone at the very end.