Looks like we have a copy-cake on our hands. Baker and Food Network personality Duff Goldman created a cake for President Obama's "Commander-in-Chief" inaugural ball in 2013. On Friday, however, he noticed a very similar cake in theShow More Summary
A basic recipe that almost every person learns in this lifetime is quesadillas, like this chicken quesadilla from Recipe Tin Eats (as pictured). Though you may think you've mastered it, these recipes from prominent Food Network stars and chefs will open your eyes to a whole new world of melting cheese in between a tortilla. Show More Summary
Ayesha Curry's Food Network show Ayesha's Homemade has been picked up for a second season! In a recent interview to talk about souping, Ayesha Curry spilled a few details about the upcoming season, "We're actually in pre-production right now for the second season, so we're about to start filming that. Show More Summary
The former model took to the food network for her latest product.
Other bestsellers include books from Anthony Bourdain, Chrissy Teigen, and Ree Drummond Even though Food Network star/genius entrepreneur Ina Garten released her newest cookbook in October 2016, Cooking for Jeffrey didn’t need the extra...Show More Summary
Manteno model/singer Jake Michaels forgot the most important ingredient in rice pilaf: Rice. Michaels was booted from Food Network's "Worst Cooks in America" for failing to plate a rice pilaf on Sunday's episode. The 12 aspiring cooks were tasked with creating a roulade with international flavors...
If anyone knows how to make game day food, it's chef Tyler Florence. With roots in Greenville, SC, and a popular restaurant called Wayfare Tavern in San Francisco, the Food Network host and chef has tried-and-true recipes for everyone's favorites, from buttermilk biscuits to homemade potato chips and fried chicken. Show More Summary
A video posted by tylerflorence (@tylerflorence) on Jan 11, 2017 at 5:33am PST Food Network chef Tyler Florence just shared yet another amazing way to make mashed potatoes. He previously revealed an incredible mashed potato hack, soShow More Summary
About a year and a half ago, the brand made a digital push to make up for lost time. Here's how it's made the company more money—and your Instagram feed more delicious.
Streaming video sites have become potential saviors for shows that struggled on broadcast networks. One show is making the move to Netflix, and it should be great.
New York - Mars is buying pet hospital operator VCA for $7.7 billion (R105 billion) in a deal that will tighten the Whiskas and Pedigree pet food maker’s grip on the pet care market. The deal will help privately held Mars, better known...Show More Summary
A beloved St. Paul diner gets some national attention. Eddie Wu’s Eastside eatery has been open for two and a half years, and it is now getting some well deserved national attention. On Monday, January 9, a Food Network crew will film...Show More Summary
Bobby’s Burger Palace shut down with little fanfare A Burlington burger restaurant that was the brainchild of Food Network chef Bobby Flay has closed its doors. Bobby’s Burger Palace in the Burlington Mall was one of more than a dozen...Show More Summary
By Paul Brown / Climate News Network A major U.S. financial firm has begun to divest from plantations that produce an oil widely used in processed foods—and it hopes others will follow.
It's hard to screw up classic chicken noodle soup. But whether you're making it for the first time ever or are a seasoned pro looking to switch it up a bit, look no further than these popular recipes from some of our favorite Food Network hosts. Show More Summary
A slow cooker can be used for so much more than chili and queso dip, and these Food Network stars prove it. Prepare to enter a whole new world of breakfast and dinner options that you can cook without looking. Trisha Yearwood: Macaroni and Cheese Though you have to cook the macaroni noodles ahead of time, the dish comes together in the slow cooker. Show More Summary
Italian Food Network host Giada De Laurentiis may be famous for her chicken piccata and cioppino, but it's her game day cuisine that you need to try out. From a bacon-y artichoke dip to the tallest muffalata sandwich you've ever seen, these recipes deserve a front row spot on the coffee table. Related: 10 Pioneer Woman Recipes You Need to Make For Game Day
The latest eight restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Downtown hotel the Westin is suing neighboring music venue Nook Amphitheater over noise complaints. The hotel said it did everything it could to block the music from the...Show More Summary
Lester Turchin can sing. He breaks into a theatrical rendition of “Feliz Navidad" with gusto and bravado. What he can’t do, at all, is cook. That's what makes Turchin the perfect contestant for the Food Network’s 10th Season of Worst Cooks In America hosted by superstar chefs Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray.
Claiming that fraud is at an "all-time high," Fox News is going after food stamps. The network's reporting, however, is all wrong.