In tonight’s new episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (10pm/9c), Guy’s digging into dishes with a personal connection. In Toronto he’ll visit a Jewish deli smoking meats and knishes the old-school way. And in Los Angeles, he’ll hop aboard a funky food truck infusing Singaporean flavors into their chili crab cakes and lamb burgers.
But before Guy takes off, he’s heading out in a marathon of episodes that will suffice any carbohydrate craving your heart desires, with dishes like lasagna Bolognese, pasta carbonara, barbecue spaghetti, and lobster mac and cheese. Beyond pasta, get recipes for Baked Lemonade Pork Chops, Chicken and Dumplings and Sweet Potato Souffle.
Take the trip with him starting at 6:30pm/ 5:30c — follow along and bookmark the restaurants as he goes, then try your hand at the recipes.
Go behind the scenes with Guy Fieri
If you’re in town for the New York City Wine & Food Festival this week, chances are you’re prepping your stomach for some of the best food you can eat over the course of four days. If you happen to find yourself hungry, however, then you’ve hit the jackpot. We’ve compiled the ultimate Food Network fan restaurant guide with the help of the On the Road app and website.
Eat like an Iron Chef by visiting one of Bobby’s, Marc’s, Morimoto’s or Geoffrey’s restaurants. Dare to get Chopped? You’ve got three restaurants from Chopped judges to pick from. No matter where you are in the city, you’ll be able to smell the smoky scents of the Neelys’ acclaimed barbecue and, last but not least, Guy’s new restaurant in Times Square is sure to leave you full with his signature dishes.
Tell us: If you’ve made reservations for dinner or stop by for a quick snack at any of these restaurants, snap a photo and share it with us on Facebook or Twitter using this hashtag: #FNEats.
Dine like a Food Network Star
Go big or go home. This week, contestants of The Great Food Truck Race took on the college town of Fayetteville and the students from the University of Arkansas. The challenge: Adjust their menus, prices and strategy to attract their demographic. The Food Truck teams learned a very important lesson this weekend: Good food doesn’t have to be pricey.
For the next couple of weeks, we’re following the Food Trucks city by city with our guide of the best eats, compiled by the On the Road app and website. Today we’re exploring the best that Arkansas has to offer. Come back next week for our picks in Nashville.
Whole Hog Café
Whole Hog Café founders Ron, Mike and Steve have long devoted themselves to the pursuit of barbecue perfection. Their devotion is reflected in the wildly popular dishes Rachael checked out when hunting for the best barbecue: pulled pork, beef brisket, smoked chicken and award-winning ribs.
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Go big or go home. This week, contestants of The Great Food Truck Race found themselves deep in the heart of Texas — Amarillo to be exact. The remaining food trucks cruised into town and were greeted by Tyler Florence and their first challenge: Prepare ballpark fare for hordes of hungry fans after an Amarillo minor league baseball game. One thing is for sure: Texans sure know good food when they see it.
For the next couple of weeks, we’re following the Food Trucks city by city with our guide of the best eats, compiled by the On the Road app and website. Today we’re exploring the best that Texas has to offer from all over: Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio. Come back next week for our picks in Arkansas.
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The third season of The Great Food Truck Race hit the road last Sunday in Los Angeles, the City of Angels. Not only is L.A. the most populous city in California, it houses thousands of food outlets including restaurants and food trucks, featuring every cuisine imaginable.
For the next couple of weeks, we’re following the Food Trucks city by city with our guide of the best eats, compiled by the On the Road app and website. Today we’re exploring Los Angeles, but come back next week for our picks in Arizona.
Los Angeles Eats
Want the perfect three-day foodie escape? We’re turning to the Los Angeles gal herself, Giada De Laurentiis, to start our trip off right. From a cruise up the Pacific Coast Highway for the ultimate sunset sangria to a helicopter ride for fish and chips on the island of Catalina, Giada has a packed food weekend planned. Click here for her picks.
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