Tag: Rachael Ray

QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri?

by in Shows, December 28th, 2013

Rachael and GuyOver the years you’ve come to know both Rachael and Guy from their many Food Network shows. Fans can easily recognize each one’s cooking style, recipes and, above else, personality — Rachael with her trademark show 30 Minute Meals and her “yum-o!” motto and Guy driving around in a red Camaro looking for the best eats on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. But, in fact, how well do you know this pair who together host Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off? Now it’s your turn to find out. Take the quiz below to see if you’re a Rachael and Guy superfan and watch the premiere of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off on Sunday, Aug. 17 at 8pm/7c.

To learn more about Rachael and Guy, check out:
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Rachael Ray
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Guy Fieri

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Burger Bash 2013 Winners: Guy Fieri and Josh Capon

by in Events, October 19th, 2013

YouTube Preview ImageHundreds gathered at this year’s New York City Wine & Food Festival‘s Blue Moon Burger Bash on Pier 92 to taste 27 different iterations of burgers, ranging from the classic to the over-the-top. But for the first time in the Burger Bash’s history, two chefs shared the most coveted prize of People’s Choice: Guy Fieri and Josh Capon. Judges’ Favorite went to Paul Denamiel of Le Rivage for his French Onion Soup Burger. Guy’s burger was a multi-layered comfort food smorgasbord that Guy himself claimed contained 22 ingredients. It drew a never-ending line of patrons who ultimately voted it as their top pick.

FN Dish was at the event to take in all the sights, sounds and aromas. Watch the video above to see what went down and read on for more details on Guy’s and Josh’s winning burgers and ones from Bobby Flay and Marc Murphy.

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#TBT: Rachael Ray

by in Food Network Chef, October 3rd, 2013

Rachael RayIt’s Thursday, and while that means everyone is just one day away from the weekend, it also means it’s time to throw back — to an earlier period in Food Network’s history. Check back on FN Dish every Thursday to find the latest #tbt of your favorite chefs and get a retro look at their earliest days on TV.

You may know Rachael Rayas one half of the dueling powerhouses on the Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity and Kids Cook-Off series, or as the friendly face in the kitchen showing you how to make meals for a Week in a Day. But before she tackled these projects or launched her own lifestyle magazine and syndicated daytime talk show, Rachael was a 30-minute maven, the queen of quick meals who could dish up a full, hearty supper in just half an hour.

Rachael RayBorn in Glen Falls, N.Y., Rachael grew up in a food-focused family, then moved to New York City to run Macy’s candy counter and ultimately the store’s fresh-foods department. While in the city, she managed a specialty foods shop as well, but eventually returned upstate; it was this relocation that finally led her to the concept of 30-minute meals. She began teaching cooking classes called “30-Minute Mediterranean Meals” at the Albany market for which she was working, and given their enormous local popularity, it was only a matter of time before a regional television station welcomed her on board, launching her career in the television industry.

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Rachael vs. Guy: Sweets Cook-Off

by in Recipes, Shows, September 30th, 2013

Rachael vs. Guy: Sweets Cook-OffOn Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, Rachael and Guy coach teams of talented kid chefs to culinary victory. Here on FN Dish, we’re serving up some of the mentors’ best family-favorite, cook-together recipes in a friendly face-off. Whose dish scores more points with your family? Cast your votes below!

To celebrate the Kids Cook-Off finale, this week is a showdown of sweets. First up, the mentors bring you dueling recipes for dessert-in-a-glass.

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And the Winner of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off Is …

by in Shows, September 29th, 2013

Winner of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-OffOn tonight’s finale of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, the kid chefs cooked a family-style meal for a group of celebrity chefs who were led to believe that they were eating food cooked by adult contestants from Celebrity Cook-Off instead. Jaws dropped once the curtains were drawn to reveal eight little kids. After the guest judges evaluated each kid’s show pitch, it was time for tallying up the final scores. With an award of a Web series on the line it was a close race, but only one kid could win the ultimate prize.

SPOILER ALERT: Meet the winner and watch the new Web series

Rachael vs. Guy: Chicken Cook-Off

by in Recipes, Shows, September 24th, 2013

Rachael vs. Guy: Chicken Cook-OffOn Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, Rachael and Guy coach teams of talented kid chefs to culinary victory. Here on FN Dish, we’re serving up some of the mentors’ best family-favorite, cook-together recipes in a friendly face-off. Whose dish scores more points with your family? Cast your votes below!

This week, Rachael and Guy each serve up two different meals made with a staple family dinner ingredient: chicken. First up, they’re showcasing their spins on crunchy homemade chicken tenders. Vote for your top pick and cook it up for the kids instead of frozen nuggets.

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Rachael vs. Guy: Mac and Cheese Cook-Off

by in Recipes, Shows, September 16th, 2013

Rachael vs. Guy: Mac and Cheese Cook-OffOn Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, Rachael and Guy coach teams of talented kid chefs to culinary victory. Here on FN Dish, we’re serving up some of the mentors’ best family-favorite, cook-together recipes in a friendly face-off. Whose dish scores more points with your family? Cast your votes below!

Up first is a comfort food all-star beloved by kids and adults alike: Macaroni and Cheese.

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Rachael Ray’s Top 100 30-Minute Meals — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, September 15th, 2013

Parmigiano and Herb Chicken Breast TendersChicken breast is an easy go-to ingredient — quick-cooking, versatile and, of course, palette-pleasing. This week’s Most Popular Pin(s) of the Week is Rachael Ray’s Top 100 30-Minute Meals, which includes several easy chicken recipes. Pictured above is an eye-catching plate of Parmigiano and Herb Chicken Breast Tenders served with a side of pasta.

This recipe is versatile — you can serve these tenders hot or cold. If cold, pair them with a pasta salad. If hot, they’re good as is with a simple mixed green salad. For a quick chicken Parm, top the tenders with tomato sauce and cheese, and serve them with a side of spaghetti.

For more everyday recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Main Dishes board on Pinterest.

Get the recipes: Rachael’s Top 100 30-Minute Meals

Enter for a Chance to Win Products From Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri

by in Contests, Shows, February 7th, 2013

Rachael vs. Guy giveaway
To celebrate the season finale of Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off, which airs this Sunday, February 10 at 9pm/8c, FN Dish is giving away a prize package in yellow to one lucky reader. It includes an oval saute pan, 3-piece spoonula set from Rachael Ray and 2-piece knife set from Guy Fieri.

You can assemble your own cook’s starter package by individually purchasing a Porcelain Enamel Nonstick Oval Saute Pan, Tools & Gadgets Spoonula Set and Knuckle Sandwich Knife Set from the Food Network Store or enter below in the comments for a chance to win the items. To enter, let us know in the comments which celebrity you want to win, Carnie or Dean. The contest starts at 12 p.m. ET today and ends on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 12 p.m. ET.

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Pork Goulash With Apple and Onion — The Weekender

by in Entertaining, January 18th, 2013

Pork Goulash With Apple and OnionOne of my long-held theories about life is that most people fall into one of two entertaining camps. You are either dinner party people or potluck people. If you’re a dinner party person, the nights when you have friends over are well-orchestrated. You make the entire meal or if you delegate parts of it, you give specific recipe assignments. Wine and beer is planned, purchased in advance and appropriately chilled. Tables are set sometime in the afternoon and there’s always a carefully arranged cheeseboard.

Potluck people are less concerned with the details. They issue an invitation to gather without carefully balancing the numbers of couples and singles. They don’t make the whole meal but instead announce the main dish they’ll be providing and then ask guests to fill in the blanks as they see them. If asked to comment on whether a dish might go well with the planned menu, the answer is always a happy-go-lucky “Sure!”

I have long been a potluck person. I love eating with friends, but rarely can I be bothered with the worry of formal guest lists or long hours of prep time. I am married to someone, however, who is more comfortable when the details are firmly nailed down and so I found myself throwing a very uncharacteristic dinner party last Saturday night.

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