by T.K. Brady in Recipes, View All Posts, June 14th, 2017
by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, May 23rd, 2017
No pasta? No problem! Spiralized veggies make the perfect base for traditional noodle dishes. Go beyond zoodles (aka zucchini noodles) and try your hand at sweet potatoes, asparagus and carrots. You’ll be digging in to a dish with tons of flavor that’s veggie-heavy to boot. Try one of these no-pasta noodle dishes tonight. Read more
by Julie Hines in In Season, Recipes, May 21st, 2017
If you’re anything like us, a few days of warm weather in a row means we’re cleaning out the grill and scoping out the farmers’ markets for the first strawberries, peaches and watermelons of the season. We are so ready to leave soups and stews behind, and embrace the best of summer and all of the great food that comes along with it. Read on to see which dishes Food Network staffers are going to make first this summer.
“Ina Garten’s Fresh Corn Salad is so much more than the sum of its delicious parts. I serve it all summer every summer and friends still ask for the recipe after coming to dinner. The magic is in the cider vinegar and—I’m sorry to say—the very generous amount of salt. The recipe calls for basil, but you can use any fresh herb you have on hand—chives, tarragon, cilantro all work perfectly.”
– Lygeia Grace, Director, Culinary Editorial
by T.K. Brady in Recipes, August 3rd, 2016
A few days of nice weather in a row have us dreaming about lazy summer dinners. But then we snap back to reality and realize that, between camp, sports and work, summer weeknights are just as hectic as the rest of the year. These quick, Italian-style meals will inspire your dinners all season long.
Antipasto Salad (above)
Giada turns pasta salad into a full meal with the addition of antipasto staples like salami, smoked turkey and provolone cheese.
by Lauren Piro in Recipes, July 23rd, 2016
The summer heat is peaking, and it’s getting harder to keep things cool in the kitchen. When you can’t bear to turn your oven on, look for other cooking methods to avoid eating raw at every meal (although, we do love a hearty dinner salad). Just when you think you’ve run out of creative juice, here are four techniques that make meal planning during the dog days of summer a breeze. Read more
by T.K. Brady in Recipes, July 12th, 2016
Even if you can’t spend every summer day splashing in the waves, searching for seashells or lounging under a giant umbrella, a beachy snack is never too far away. These adorable ideas will turn even a rainy, decidedly non-beach day into a little summer celebration.
Ocean Blue Boozy Milkshakes (above)
Blue curacao liqueur blends with vanilla ice cream to create an indulgent shake that mimics the hues of the sea. Topped with whipped cream, the drink looks like a gentle wave crashing against the shoreline.
by T.K. Brady in Recipes, July 9th, 2016
Warmer weather is here, and that means long, busy days and summer nights spent outside. All this time engaging in outdoor activities leaves less time for cooking, so we’ve rounded up some of our favorite summertime dinners that can be made in 20 minutes or less. (Turning on your oven is definitely not required.)
Pappardelle with Corn (pictured above)
Fresh summer corn adds sweetness to this pasta dish with tart tomatoes and fresh basil. Read more
by Cameron Curtis in Recipes, July 31st, 2014
Cookout season is here, and no backyard barbecue is complete without a fruity dessert. We love to use fresh produce in simple, crowd-pleasing pies and cobblers. Mix and match berries and stone fruits for an unexpected twist, or just stick to pure one-fruit flavors. Try one of these recipes for a grand finale at your next backyard party.
Strawberry Crumble Pie (pictured above)
Use this year’s strawberry haul in this Food Network Magazine recipe. Tossing the strawberries with lime juice and cardamom gives this pie a little extra oomph of flavor.
by Cameron Curtis in Drinks, Recipes, July 16th, 2014
Soup isn’t for just the winter months and it’s not fit for just veggies either. These recipes (most made in simply a blender) will keep you cool all summer long by putting fresh summer produce and even a few in season fruits to work.
by Virginia Willis in Recipes, May 30th, 2014
While you’re staying hydrated this summer with copious amounts of water to get you through sweltering days, try branching out at lunch or dinner with a beer or glass of wine. These pairings work particularly well with your favorite summer recipes for burgers, ribs and even dessert.
Although it’s pasta-based, old-fashioned Easy Macaroni Salad is pretty far away from anything that might remotely be considered Italian. Only in Middle America would something made of pasta and mayonnaise be considered a salad. Believe me, Rome, Georgia, and Rome, Italy, are more than just a few miles apart. Instead, consider the deli cases all across the U.S. that have mini-tubs and buckets of this lined up like soldiers and at the ready for afternoon picnics and summer suppers on the deck. Macaroni salad is all-American Down-Home Comfort. Moms and dads are also quick to go to this to recipe to accompany BBQ chicken or burgers on the grill. And we all know that store-bought is fine, but homemade is nearly always better. Read more