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Our 5 Favorite Videos of the Week: Cheese, Cheese and More Cheese

by in Recipes, June 16th, 2017

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When we’re scrolling down our social feeds, there are a few things that have been know to stop us dead in our tracks. This week, it was all about cheese — lots and lots of cheese.

Georgian Cheese Bread (posted above)

If you aren’t yet familiar with this go-to Georgian specialty, this video will make you want to get to know it — stat. Topped with a mix of creamy mozzarella, sharp feta and a just-cracked egg, bubbly and oh-so cheesy Georgian Cheese Bread (aka Adjaruli Khachapuri) takes “crack an egg on it” to a whole new level.

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Win Your Big-Game Bash with 6-Foot Nachos

by in Entertaining, January 29th, 2016

No matter whether your game-day crowd is more focused on the football, the commercials or the food, this eye-popping spread of rainbow-hued nachos will steal the show. And it tastes as good as it looks. Party guests will keep coming back to try a new color block of flavor. Hit play below to watch staffers whip them up in our Food Network Kitchen, or check out our step-by-step gallery to see how easy it is to turn your table or counter into a 6-foot nacho fiesta for the big game on February 7. Read more

Local Flavor: Awesome Avocado Dishes in LA

by in Recipes, Restaurants, May 15th, 2015

Avocados are having a moment right now in all corners of the country, but nowhere are they more prevalent or more delicious than in Southern California. Food Network’s new original Web series Local Flavor follows a city’s local ingredient to three restaurants that prepare it three different ways. In Los Angeles, it’s all about the avocado. Start with avocado fries at 3 Square Café, check out one of the best avocado toasts in the business at Superba Food & Bread, and sip an Avocado Project cocktail at Picca Peru. Play the video above for the ultimate LA avocado tour.

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How to Dine Out: Eat Sushi Like a Pro

by in Restaurants, April 11th, 2015

Our all-new Web series, How to Dine Out, is full of tips and tricks that’ll help you dine like a regular, wherever you eat. First up, grab a seat at the sushi bar for a three-minute lowdown on the basics of sushi vs. sashimi, maki vs. nigiri and the all-important chopstick etiquette.

Check out more episodes of How to Dine Out. You might get inspired to try a new restaurant, or learn something new about your favorite cuisine. But you’ll definitely leave hungry.

Plus, find out about the New York City restaurants where we shot the series.

Watch: Aras Baskauskas (Survivor Winner) Talks His One Last Bite

by in View All Posts, February 6th, 2014

YouTube Preview ImageThe question has been asked many times: What would you eat for your last meal? Food Network decided to ask some of the most-interesting people around the world this very query. If you really sit down and think about it, it’s not so easy to answer.

Click play on the video above to watch Aras Baskauskas, winner of Survivor: Panama and a contestant on Survivor: Blood vs. Water, tell Food Network about his choice for “one last bite on Earth” and the story behind it. Prepare to drool.

Kitchen Hack: Learn How to Make Speedy Sangria

by in Drinks, July 6th, 2013

Traditional sangria should truly sit overnight in your fridge. You want the fruit to marry with and soak up the wine and other liquors you’ve added to your mixture. If you’re planning to make a batch for a summer party, you’ll probably remember to make it in advance. But what if you’re craving a glass right now?

Infused sangria is only minutes away. Click play on the video above to watch Cliff from Food Network Kitchens use a gadget probably stuck in the back of your kitchen drawer — the wine saver — to hack the time used to make this cocktail down to less than 10 minutes.