I just have to stop channel surfing while working out in the gym! If I'm stuck with the news channels, I might actually pay attention to my exercise. But when I click on the cooking show button, I become mesmerized watching overweight...Show More Summary
From social networks to brewery finders, food pairing guides to beer journals, check out 10 of our favorite beer-related apps for Android and iOS devices.
Talk about a sweet way to start your birthday. On Monday, Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis kicked off her 46th birthday with what she dubbed “the breakfast of champions:” a pretty decadent looking chocolate cake! Breakfast of champions...Show More Summary
Meet our Herbie of the Week: Rosemarie! Rosemarie has always had a passion for food and cooking, but the Standard American Diet started affecting her health. She developed high blood pressure and had to start prescription medication....Show More Summary
Food Network Star Kids on Food Network at 8:00pm ET. Series premiere. I know there's already a Masterchef for kids, but I think it's kind of gross to have reality shows starring actual children. Child stars in general are kind...
Al Franken On CONAN!! The Fonz On SETH!! The Return Of AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR!! Monday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Premiering tonight: Cheer Squad (Freeform) Food Network Star Kids (Food) Rusty Rivets (Nick) Teen Mom (MTV) News of the “Nightly Show” demise helped its ratings: Mondays, June 13-Aug. Show More Summary
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Soon after Instagram launched, things got a little bit out of hand. People around the world increasingly shared more pictures of their food and posting it to their new favorite social network. In 2016 people we’ve come to a point where even multinational corporations are making fun of us because of it. Show More Summary
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Monday, Aug. 22, 2016 | Also: Freeform’s ‘Guilt’ finale and ‘Food Network Star Kids.’
Reality cooking television has been shaking things up by throwing kids into the mix, but a new Food Network show is set to challenge a different batch of non-professional cooks: celebrities. Food Network’s upcoming Star Plates will blend...Show More Summary
Chefs like Marcus Samuelsson and Susan Feniger will teach famous people to cook Finally, something worth watching on Food Network besides Chopped: A new cooking competition called Star Plates will feature a bevy of famous people cooking...Show More Summary
The daughter of a United Methodist Church pastor recently won a $10,000 prize on an episode of the Food Network television series "Chopped Junior."
Infrastructure has been a major issue at the 2016 Rio Olympics, including the network of Olympic volunteers that grease the wheels. According to Kim Brunhuber of CBC News, 30 percent of the 50,000 Olympic volunteers haven’t been showing...Show More Summary
Alright east coasters & direct tv viewers, you ready for @foodnetwork @guyfieri #grocerygames?! These contestants have a lot of soul and are hungry for their second chance. Enjoy the show! And for my west coast viewers, I'll be watching...Show More Summary
Why do parents allow their children to eat any junk food at all? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Chris Lynam, father of three,...Show More Summary
Robert Irvine's restaurant makeover reality show Restaurant Impossible has been cancelled by Food Network. Irvine has a daily talk show that starts in Sept. Read this story »
Every time I watch Sunny Anderson on the Food Network, I know I'm in for a good laugh and a memorable cooking tip. The cohost of The Kitchen is known for her approachable comfort food and inviting personality. Curious to know more about Sunny? Read on for 15 facts that will make you an even bigger fan. She has a bestselling cookbook. Show More Summary
Giant Food Stores and Martin’s Food Markets donated nearly $600,000 to the Children’s Miracle Network through its annual balloon campaign.
We live in a world of brand extensions—espresso machines from Starbucks, cooking utensils from the Food Network. There’s little wonder why. Parallel products launched under a major brand name can generate both revenue and increased visibility. Show More Summary