The marathon holiday season may have wrapped up just days ago, but the crew of The Kitchen has been looking ahead to 2015’s all-new episodes for a while. FN Dish recentlyasked fans to share with the co-hosts a few of their favorite ways to enjoy soup and, sure enough, these results were shared on the air in the series’ first-ever Souped-Up Soups episode. Now the team needs your help with a new series of questions.
When it comes to morning meals, how often do you eat breakfast, and are you more likely to indulge in a platter of bacon and eggs, or do you opt for grab-and-go granola? And, now that the January chill has settled in, what do your comfort-food favorites look like, and at what time of day are you most likely to cozy up to them? Share your preferences below, and stay tuned for future episodes of The Kitchen to find out the results.
In the spirit of fall’s shorter days and colder nights, The Kitchen co-hosts dedicated an entire episode this morning to one of autumn’s most-anticipated indulgences: comfort food. From rich casseroles to hearty stews and extra-creamy desserts, few things are better than cozying up to a satisfying meal this time of year, and The Kitchen has you covered when it comes to enjoying both savory and sweet recipes.
FN Dish wants to know, now that the change of seasons is upon us and autumn is in full swing, what comfort food is you all-time-favorite decadence? Do you keep coming back for treats like double-layer cakes or piled-high pies, or do you prefer cheesier selects like bubbly lasagna or baked macaroni and cheese? Cast your vote in the poll below to tell us your go-to pick for comfort food.
Last week FN Dish revealed that The Kitchen is preparing for its first-ever episode dedicated to one of fall’s favorite comfort foods — soup — and we asked for help in learning how you make and enjoy soup at home. (Click here to vote on last week’s questions.) This week The Kitchen wants to know more about your personal tastes when it comes to filling up on a warm bowl of soup. Read on below to cast your vote in the polls, and be sure to look out for The Kitchen’s upcoming soup show.
With the days shorter and the weather turning chilly, you’re likely setting your sights on the warm, comforting flavors of autumn. Just in time for fall, The Kitchen is getting set to dedicate an entire episode to one of the season’s most-satisfying dishes: soup. From rich, creamy purees to simple broths studded with noodles and veggies, the co-hosts want to help you make your best bowl yet this year, and they need you — the fans — to tell them how you enjoy soup and what you’d need to make your soup recipes better. Answer the first round of poll questions below, then check back on Monday to cast the rest of your votes.
October may seem far away to you — but not to the editors at Food Network Magazine. They’re on a mission to find out how America does Halloween. In the last poll, you voted on your preferred sweets. Now it’s time to share your two cents on trick-or-treating and answer more candy questions, including one about your favorite retro candy.
The New Year brings with it the chance for fresh starts and clean slates, and in the spirit of new beginnings, The Kitchen‘s co-hosts set out to help you declutter your kitchen once and for all by ridding it of nonessential gadgets. On the series premiere this morning, Jeff, Geoffrey, Katie, Sunny and Marcela kicked off the show’s first-ever Tool Takedown, a segment dedicated to finding out which of those specialized tools, like strawberry hullers and egg yolk separators are in fact more efficient than traditional, everyday items you likely already have on hand, like a simple knife.
Although the worth of each gadget comes down to personal preference, the group found after a few rounds of friendly competition that while all of the tasks can be done with paring or chef’s knives — or by hand — the dedicated tools may be nice to have if you want to involve kids in the cooking or if you don’t mind how neatly the job gets done.
FN Dish wants to know which tools you prefer. Are you hooked on specialized gadgets like strawberry hullers and avocado cubers, or do you rely on everyday knives to get the job done? Vote in the poll below to tell us which tools you use.