by Maria Russo in Community, Shows, January 26th, 2016
by Maria Russo in Food Network Chef, Shows, September 3rd, 2015
What with that, um, little blizzard many of us saw this past weekend and the general feeling of “it’s chilly outside so let’s warm up with hot food inside” that’s going around at this time of year, it’s no surprise that what’s ending up on your plate these days isn’t just comfort food but over-the-top indulgences. Recently Food Network asked fans on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to show off those guilty pleasures — the creamy, extra-rich, and super-sweet picks — they dig into when no one is watching, and in true superfan fashion, you delivered in droves.
Check out some of our favorite fan submissions on Instagram, then see what Food Network stars like Katie Lee and Jeff Mauro are indulging in on the latest episodes of Guilty Pleasures as well.
Check out photos of Food Network fans’ most-over-the-top guilty pleasures.
by Delia Paunescu in Community, November 11th, 2014
The rock walls, the bouncy houses, the blindfolds and, of course, Bob the Bear — Camp Cutthroat isn’t short on eviliciousness, thanks in part to Camp counselor extraordinaire and host Alton Brown. Last night’s Round 4 battle — the last one until next Wednesday’s finale — was full of diabolical outdoor sabotages, including the now-infamous lookout tower from which one chef had to make a skillet breakfast high atop the campsite. While all of the drama played out on TV, Alton Brown took to Twitter @AltonBrown to offer you fans an insider’s look at the competition and answer a few of your most-pressing Camp questions. Read on below to see some of his best tweets.
by Nikhita Mahtani in Community, July 23rd, 2014
Certainly, Food Network chefs do a mighty fine job of sharing their culinary adventures and personal lives in 140 characters on Twitter. So much so that we’re proud to feature them right over here. But just in case you’d like to expand your following, here’s a handy list of top food-world personalities to add to your Twitter roll.
by Maria Russo in Community, Shows, February 28th, 2014
If there’s anything you ever wanted to ask Alton Brown, now’s your chance. The evilicious host of Cutthroat Kitchen and judge on Food Network Star will be hosting a Twitter chat this Friday, June 25, at 1pm. Simply tweet your question with the hash tag #AskAlton and see what witty answer he responds with.
Catch the chat at 1pm, Friday, July 25
by Maria Russo in Community, Shows, January 23rd, 2014
As you cozy up on the couch with your morning cup of joe and prepare to take in an all-new episode of The Kitchen on Saturday (at 11a|10c), log on to Twitter and follow @FoodNetwork, as there will be a very special guest sending out tweets that morning. The Kitchen’s own Marcela Valladolid is taking over Food Network’s account for the run of the show that day, sharing her insider perspective on filming as well as behind-the-scenes commentary.
The focus of this Saturday’s episode is on questions that you, the fans, have asked, and it will be up to the co-hosts to answer them on air in the form of easy-to-make recipes and go-to tips. With Marcela at the keyboard on Twitter this weekend, however, you can likely expect to find a few additional ideas, as she may be dishing out her own tried-and-true strategies for quick-fix meals and cooking for kids. Do you have a question for Marcela? Tweet it @FoodNetwork, and perhaps she’ll answer it online.
by Maria Russo in Community, Shows, January 2nd, 2014
As you begin your weekend with a brand-new episode of The Kitchen (Saturday at 11a|10c), log in to Twitter during the show and follow along with @FoodNetwork‘s tweets, because co-host Sunny Anderson will be taking over the account to give fans an insider’s perspective of the show.
Saturday’s show is all about kicking off game-day preparations, and as the ultimate football fanatic, Sunny will be sharing her signature tailgating tips and ideas, plus dishing on behind-the-scenes moments on set. On the episode, she, Geoffrey, Jeff, Katie and Marcela are going to indulge in classic football fare like hearty sandwiches and dips, as well as refreshing cocktails, while they build the ultimate snack platter — an over-the-top snackadium featuring party-ready munchies. Tune in to watch the snackadium come to life, and tweet @FoodNetwork to chat with Sunny about The Kitchen or to ask her questions about your big-game bash — she just may give you an answer.
by Sarah De Heer in Community, Food Network Chef, September 19th, 2012
Geoffrey Zakarian may be an all-star Iron Chef, a no-nonsense Chopped judge and, most recently, one of five co-hosts to join Food Network’s brand-new series The Kitchen. But for one hour this Saturday, Jan. 4, he’ll prove that he’s a social media maven too.
To coincide with Saturday’s series premiere of The Kitchen, Geoffrey will take over Food Network’s Twitter account, @FoodNetwork, beginning when the show starts at 11am/10c. He’ll be live tweeting until noon, giving fans an all-access look at the making of The Kitchen and sharing behind-the-scenes snapshots of him and his fellow co-hosts, Jeff Mauro, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Sunny Anderson, and insider tidbits about what fans can expect from the group this season.
Stay tuned to Food Network’s Twitter page this Saturday beginning at 11am and tweet @FoodNetwork using #TheKitchen to hear from Geoffrey and ask him your most-pressing questions about The Kitchen. He may answer some of them online.
by FN Dish Editor in Food Network Chef, October 28th, 2011
Recently, Alton’s been taking to his Twitter account to answer fan questions via yellow sticky notes. His answers are full of wit, humor and culinary lessons and sometimes include drawings. But it was an answer to a question last Friday that caught our eyes.
@CraftingGeek asked: “What would be your dream secret ingredient on Iron Chef?” The answer was in pure Alton fashion, unique and typically captivating: “Frozen broccoli with the judges being kids.” I bet fans of the show wouldn’t mind seeing that, as well.
What would your dream challenge be? Tell us in the comments below.
[Photo credit: Alton’s Twitter account]
This afternoon, Alton Brown took to Twitter for a live Q&A session with fans and Food Network. Alton touched on topics from Iron Chef America, to current food trends and this Sunday’s upcoming premiere episode of The Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs — find out what he had to say.
Question: How do you decide what tie to wear on Next Iron Chef?
Alton: I do dress myself and I must confess, I travel with about 30 ties so that I always have choices.
Question: Do you get nervous when you walk into Kitchen Stadium?
Alton: I have butterflies in my stomach every time I walk into kitchen stadium.
Question: If you could challenge one chef to a battle, who would it be and what secret ingredient would you have?
Alton: If I could challenge an Iron Chef, it would be Morimoto: Battle beanie-weenies.
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