This Jimmy Kimmel video made the rounds this week when his show stumped a few civilians on the street by asking them to explain what gluten is. But Kimmel’s best line just might have been: “People are very anti-gluten, which bothers me because I’m very pro-pizza — and you can’t be pro-pizza and anti-gluten.” Well,Read more
Cheese tips from Food Network Magazine recipe tester Leah Brickley.
We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but a new study show just how important breakfast is for kids.
Turn to these fun, fancy, yet easy snacks for afternoon snack breaks.
Who doesn’t love classic peanut butter cookies? Food Network Kitchens lightened up this cookie favorite and added in a few healthy ingredients to this new recipe.
What’s for breakfast in the UK? Eggs and Beans; try Food Network Magazine’s modernized version for breakfast this weekend.
Make a healthy snack in the time it takes to make a cup of tea.
Stock your kitchen with simple, inexpensive ingredients and weeknight cooking will be much easier. Here’s what the experts in Food Network Kitchens have in their kitchen:
What’s for breakfast in Vietnam? Not eggs and toast, but rather a savory soup called Pho.
Use cottage cheese in a new way: to make a creamy, high-protein dip.