Tag: Grilling

No Grill? No Problem. 7 Summery Recipes You Can Make Indoors This Season

by in Recipes, June 3rd, 2016

Oven-Roasted Corn on the CobAs a mom of four kids who also blogs about food, I have to admit something: I don’t grill. I don’t even understand the appeal of grilling. It’s hot. It’s sometimes smoky, and the grill is definitely not next to a sink, my other pans or a counter to set a tray of food on. But I love the idea of grilled food. That’s why this list of summer foods to make indoors is so important. Cook inside, eat outside. Enjoy these dishes all summer long.

Oven-Roasted Corn on the Cob
This is the easiest dish you’ll make all season. The ingredients? Corn. Find out how plain corn on the cob is effortlessly transformed with just a quick roast in the oven.

Read more

The 10 Dishes Hitting FoodNetwork.com Staffers’ Grills First

by in Recipes, May 30th, 2016

Staffer Grilling FavoritesIf you’re asking us, Memorial Day — not the solstice or any other date on the calendar — kicks off summer. That means grills across the country are being dusted off, scraped clean and fired up, likely for the first time all year. Our FoodNetwork.com staffers have been ogling these charred beauties, both tried-and-true favorites and brand-new recipes from our test kitchens, for months already. Behold the juicy meats, charred veggies and other surprising foods they simply cannot wait to throw on the grill.

Read more

All Our Best Party Dips (Including Dessert Dip!)

by in Entertaining, Recipes, May 28th, 2016

Smoked Salmon DipEveryone loves dip. That’s just a fact of life. For your long-weekend partying pleasure, we’ve rounded up our favorite recipes for scooping and spreading. From appetizers to sweet desserts, you can do the dip at every meal, all weekend long!

Smoked Salmon Dip (above)
Nobody does a crudite platter quite like Ina Garten. To create an addictive savory spread for raw veggies, she starts with a base of cream cheese and sour cream, then mixes in fresh dill, horseradish and smoked salmon.

Read more

In Praise of Classic and Creative Burgers on The Kitchen

by in Recipes, Shows, May 28th, 2016

My Best BurgerHere’s the thing about burgers: Even when they’re dressed down, with just a juicy patty and a slice of gooey cheese, they’re pretty satisfying. Extremely satisfying, actually. But when you dress them up with bold ingredients, the flavors and textures are intensified, making them all the more craveworthy. On this morning’s brand-new episode of The Kitchen, the cast showed off two new takes on burgers — one classic and the other creative. Both of them will keep you coming back for more all summer long. See below how the co-hosts did it.

Read more

Make a Marinade

by in Shows, May 26th, 2016

Make a Marinade

8 Red, White and Blue Dishes to Whip Up for Memorial Day

by in Holidays, Recipes, View All Posts, May 26th, 2016

Berry TrifleMemorial Day, the year’s first formal celebration of summer, is the perfect opportunity to make seasonal dishes in a patriotic palette. Kick off grilling season with the American spirit in mind when you try these sweet and savory recipes.

Patriotic Berry Trifle (above)

Sunny Anderson’s towering pile of cake, whipped cream and berries is a showstopping dessert that’s a little more rustic than the traditional flag cake.

Read more

The Potluck Rules: What to Take to a Summer Cookout

by in Entertaining, Recipes, May 25th, 2016

Crunchy Noodle SaladIf you’re headed to a cookout this weekend, don’t even think about showing up empty-handed. When choosing a dish to take, however, there are a few criteria that must be met to make transporting and serving a breeze.

Rule #1: Bring your dish in the same vessel you’ll serve it in.
Don’t take a bag of salad greens, then ask your host for a serving bowl, and don’t take a cake and ask for a stand. Pack up everything in (or take along) whatever you need to serve your dish. (Label anything you’d like back, or use disposable platters and bowls.) Bonus points if you take disposable serving utensils.

Ina Garten’s Crunchy Noodle Salad + More Summer Party Appetizers

Read more

These Aren’t Your Everyday Hot Dogs

by in Recipes, Shows, May 21st, 2016

Sonoran-Style Hot DogsKetchup fans, we feel you. There’s indeed a time and a place for that classic condiments. But this isn’t it — at least not right now. On this morning’s brand-new episode of The Kitchen, the cast shared a duo of hot-dog makeovers just in time for summer, which is (hopefully) on its way. While Jeff Mauro opted for a tried-and-true hot-dog base and dressed-up toppings, Geoffrey Zakarian went so far as to swap out the traditional dog in favor of a hearty Polish kielbasa. Read on below to see how they do it.

Read more

Ina’s Tequila Lime Chicken — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, April 17th, 2016

Tequila Lime ChickenYou know that tequila and lime pair well together in your favorite boozy drinks — margaritas, anyone? — but, believe it or not, these crisp, fresh flavors can star in surprisingly healthy dinners as well. In this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Ina Garten uses the liquor and the citrus juice, along with bold chili powder, to make a simple marinade for chicken breasts, which she quickly grills until tender and juicy. Bonus: Ina notes that the chicken can be served hot or at room temperature, so you can take your time as you work on sides to round out the meal.

As you look ahead to warm-weather cooking, check out Food Network’s Let’s Grill! board on Pinterest for recipe ideas and smoky inspiration.

Get the Recipe: Tequila Lime Chicken 

Food Network Magazine’s Grilling Poll

by in Food Network Magazine, Polls, February 16th, 2016

grillingFood Network Magazine wants to know how America grills. What kind of grill do most people have? Are readers for or against grilled fruit? Which yields better results: dry rub or marinade? Answer the poll questions below, then see how your grilling opinions stack up to others’ in a future issue of the magazine.

Read more