Before the action of Iron Chef Gauntlet begins, Food Network is setting up a whole day dedicated to the world of Iron Chef on Sunday, April 16. Ahead the premiere of Iron Chef Gauntlet, which airs at 9|8c, we’ll look back on some of the most-iconic moments in Kitchen Stadium on The Legend of Iron Chef, which premieres at 8|7c. And before that, we’ll spend the day in an action-packed marathon of back-to-back Iron Chef America episodes — but for that we need your help, superfans.
We want to know which episodes of Iron Chef America you’d like to watch on TV the afternoon of Sunday, April 16, starting at 3|2c. We’ve picked eight of the most-unforgettable Kitchen Stadium showdowns, and now it’s up to you to tell us which five of them you want to binge-watch during the Iron Chef America marathon. Check out clips of the top-eight episodes below, then vote for your favorite in the poll at the bottom of this post. The five videos that receive the most votes will go on to air during the marathon on Sunday, April 16.
Much like chocolate chip cookies and ice cream flavors, brownies are personal. Beyond the myriad mix-ins available (nuts versus no nuts — the debate rages on), the very consistency of a chocolate brownie can provoke strong opinions. Do you like when the crumbly center is similar to that of cake, or do you prefer a chewy interior? Maybe you like something richly fudgy and nearly wet? We want to know which you like best. Cast your vote in the poll below to share your preferences.
Food Network Magazine wants to know about your favorite slice. Vote below on your preferred crust, sauce and cheese type. You’ll even get to estimate how many slices of pizza you could eat in one sitting (if weight gain and health weren’t factors, of course)! See how your opinions stack up in a future issue.
No matter if you’re hosting a special-occasion dessert party or simply baking for a Tuesday night at home, cake and pie are go-to treats, and they’re guaranteed crowd-pleasers. But we want to know what it is about cake and pie that makes them so beloved. Cast your vote in the polls below to tell us what you think is the best part of each dessert.
Cakes are great, sure. But you know what’s even better? A whole personal-sized cake that you can eat with your hands — otherwise known as a cupcake. At their simplest, these fan-favorite desserts require little more than a base cake-and-frosting combo, but with a little dressing up, they can become extra special and even elegant with the use of fillings, intricate decorations and over-the-top flavor features.
When it comes to your cupcake cravings, how do you satisfy them? Tell us all about your cupcake preferences in the polls below.
Weekends were made for ignoring the clock and sleeping in late. Weekends were also made for heading to a local eatery and enjoying a little ritual called brunch. Later than breakfast but earlier than lunch, brunch is the best time to indulge in everything from syrupy pancakes to peppery hash browns. Plus, drinking boozy beverages at noon is totally acceptable. This past week on Top 5 Restaurants, hosts Geoffrey Zakarian and Sunny Anderson gave viewers a fork-grabbing look at the best brunch dishes in the country.
There’s just something about dessert that makes life so much more meaningful. The genius minds behind Food Network’s Top 5 Restaurants agree. This past week, hosts Sunny Anderson and Geoffrey Zakarian revealed the best places to visit when you’re in need of something sweet.
With Thanksgiving, a holiday all but devoted to turkey, behind us, the focus has shifted to the upcoming holiday season and the entertaining that comes with it. From cocktail parties and cookie swaps to family dinners and open houses, holiday get-togethers can be what you make them in terms of the food and drink you pass and serve. On this morning’s brand-new episode of The Kitchen, the cast kicked off the season with a hearty menu ideal for entertaining, including Jeff Mauro’s roast beef.
FN Dish wants to know: When it comes to the centerpiece element at your holiday feast, what dish do you most often prepare? Do you, like Jeff, reach for the beef, or do you follow the suit of Thanksgiving and opt for a turkey? Cast your vote in the poll below to let us know.
In a world where calories didn’t matter and stomachaches didn’t exist, how many doughnuts do you think you could eat (and enjoy) in one sitting? Food Network Magazine’s editor in chief, Maile Carpenter, confidently said six, but specified they had to be plain glazed doughnuts so that she would not get sick of them. Think that’s impressive? The magazine’s executive editor, Rory Evans, raised the bar to 13.
Food Network Magazine wants to know your doughnut max. Answer in the poll below to provide important doughnut research for an upcoming issue.