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  • Chipotle Tapenade Burgers: Recipe 29 Mar 2015 | 12:09 am

    Allspice Cafe makes a tasty olive tapenade that goes great in ground beef for burgers. This version is a personal favorite I came up with that you may want to try for yourself. Overall, the spicy kick is on the mild side, which really lets you taste the rest of the tapenade. Continue reading →

  • 7 Starter Bartending Tools for the Budget-Minded 27 Mar 2015 | 11:40 am

    While there are dozens of bar tools available from liquor stores to housewares, there are really only 7 tools that you need to get your home bar started, and most of them are very inexpensive, or at least have lower-priced alternatives. Here is a list of recommendations. Continue reading →

  • Vindaloo Voodoo: Recipe 25 Mar 2015 | 11:57 pm

    Earlier this week, we ran Mike Stines's feature Lamb: It's Not Just for Easter Anymore over at the Super Site. The Vindaloo recipe packs a .50 caliber heat wave so we're excerpting it here. Enjoy! Continue reading →

  • Scientists Profile 170 Year Old Beer 25 Mar 2015 | 2:01 am

    Apparently, beer sitting in a shipwreck for 170 years tastes about as skunky as you'd expect. Just as the scientists who smelled the funk off of a brew fitting that description in 2010. When they popped one open and took a whiff, the funk rivaled a middle school boys' locker room. Continue reading →

  • Santa Anita: California’s Largest KCBS Event Ever 23 Mar 2015 | 1:48 am

    This year's Santa Anita Winners Circle BBQ Championship was huge. At least for California. With 103 teams battling it out for $X in prize money, it was the largest KCBS event in the state's history. Continue reading →






  • What Does Great Art Taste Like? You’ll Soon Know 29 Mar 2015 | 1:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    TateArt is a matter of taste, of course, but a new exhibition set to open in late summer at the Tate Britain, in London, will take that idea to a whole new level.

    Visitors to the exhibition, Tate Sensorium, winner of the Tate’s annual IK Prize, will be given sensory stimulators — sounds via headphones, bottles of scent — to experience the artwork on display with all of their senses: not only sight, but smell, touch, hearing and, yes, taste as well.

    So if you’re looking at a volcano in a painting by John Martin, you might smell sulphur and hear an eruption, or if you’re looking at William Hogarth’s “The Roast Beef of Old England“, you might be given something to evoke a meaty taste.

    “We want to really kind of use this palette of the senses as a way of encouraging people to think about the art in a whole new way,” the creative team behind the concept, Flying Object, said in a video explanation.

    The installation will also record some visitors’ neurological or physiological responses, tracking their brain waves or changes in their skin to gauge the effects of the immersive experience, according to Flying Concept founders Tom Pursey, Tim Partridge and Peter Law.

    Flying Object has enlisted the help of experts in experimental psychology, sound recording, and visual, theatrical and multisensory interactive design, as well as of scent expert Odette Toilette, who calls herself a ‘purveyor of olfactory adventures,’” Quartz reports. But they’re still looking for someone to help them with taste.

    “It’s all slightly experimental,” Pursey told Quartz, “but … if we can complement your visual experience with these other four senses in a meaningful way, then maybe we can change how you feel about the art.”

    Photo courtesy of @Tate

  • Garlic-and-Greens Spaghetti — Most Popular Pin of the Week 29 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Garlic-and-Greens SpaghettiIt doesn’t necessarily take a list of complicated ingredients or countless hours on the clock to turn out a flavor-packed meal. In fact, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week celebrates bold staples you likely already have on hand: garlic, onions, hearty greens and noodles. Perhaps best of all, this satisfying dinner, best finished with nutty Pecorino Romano for extra richness, is ready to eat in less than 40 minutes.

    For more dinner ideas, check out Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Main Dishes board on Pinterest.

    Get the Recipe: Garlic-and-Greens Spaghetti (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine

  • Save Some Coffee for Cocktail Hour 28 Mar 2015 | 1:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    A cup before work, a cup to get through 3 p.m. — why not have a cup during happy hour? Coffee cocktails might be exactly what you need: something that melts away the stress of the day while simultaneously boosting your energy for late-night laundry. Add in some rum or chocolate, and you’ll enjoy your caffeine fix more than ever. Whether you’ve just finished a big dinner with friends or you’re spending a Friday evening in alone, these sips are sure to put a smile on your face.

    Pitch-Dark Coffee Stout (pictured above)
    Why not have both brews—coffee and beer—at the same time? Coffee liqueur and espresso give you a bit of a jolt while stout rounds out the richness of the drink.

    Vanilla, Almond and Cocoa Latte
    With vanilla, almond and chocolate flavors, this chilled drink is good enough to pass around for cocktail hour or dessert. Just dissolve espresso powder in some milk and add the liqueurs. Don’t forget the chocolate shavings on top—they’re essential.

    Dressed-Up Irish Coffee
    This cup of joe is satisfying no matter what you’re craving; it’s got brown sugar, Irish cream whiskey and peppermint schnapps. And just in case that’s not enough, a big dollop of whipped cream with dark chocolate tops it all off.

    Coffee Milk Punch
    Heads-up: This is no ordinary shake. The ice cream is traded for milk, half-and-half and some bourbon. And coffee, vanilla extract and sugar are added in for good measure.

    Chocolate Stout Affogato Egg Cream
    The ultimate in ice cream shop throwbacks, the egg cream, gets a makeover with coffee liqueur and chocolate stout. And if you can’t find chocolate stout, any stout will do. Then, just add a scoop (or two) of your favorite chocolate ice cream and enjoy!

  • Enter to Win an Easter Basket from The Kitchen 28 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Sunny AndersonWith deviled eggs, roasted lamb, chocolate nests and party-ready punch on the menu this weekend, The Kitchen cast was set to kick off an all-new episode dedicated to celebrating next week’s Easter holiday. In true Kitchen fashion, the co-hosts turned the focus of the show to you, the fans, and let you take part in the party by giving you the chance to win an over-the-top Easter basket.

    At the start of the show, Jeff Mauro showed off a special Easter egg that would be hidden on set and later revealed two times throughout the episode; it was up to you, the viewers, to spot the egg for your chance to win one of these seasonal baskets, each filled with a Le Creuset 4.5-quart Dutch oven, a Le Creuset spatula, a Le Creuset spatula spoon, a tea towel set and a Kitchen mug signed by the cast.

    Think you spotted the hidden Easter egg? Leave a comment below with the location where you think you saw it on the set of The Kitchen on air. Five lucky, randomly selected fans will win one Easter basket each.

    If you missed the episode premiere, be sure to tune in to The Kitchen on Sunday, March 29 at 1|2c or Friday, April 3 at 10|9c to locate the egg on TV, then come back here and leave a comment for your chance to enter to win an Easter basket.

    So, tell us: Where did you spot the Easter egg on The Kitchen?

    No purchase necessary. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C., age 21 or older. Void where prohibited. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received.  Sweepstakes ends at 5:00 p.m. ET on April 3, 2015. For full official rules, visit here. Sponsored by Television Food Network, G.P., 1180 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036.

  • 6 Essential Pantry Ingredients and 3 Surprising Ways to Use Them 28 Mar 2015 | 7:30 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    6 Essential Pantry Ingredients and 3 Surprising Ways to Use ThemAs the mom of four kids under age 6, I’ve found the secret to stocking a useful pantry: Every item needs to be versatile. From breakfast to lunch and snacks through dinner, my favorite pantry items can be used over and over again in totally different ways.

    Old-Fashioned (Whole) Oats: I buy the generic store brand. While we make our share of oatmeal in the morning — three minutes in the microwave, then drenched in whole milk and sprinkled with chia seeds and dried fruit — there’s so much more!

    Breakfast: Banana Oat Cup Muffins with Peanut Butter and Jam

    Snack: 2-Ingredient Cookies

    Dinner: New Classic Meatloaf


    Raisins: Sure, they’re great as a snack straight up, but raisins are so good in so many other kid-friendly ways, like these:

    Snack: No-Bake Chocolate Fruit and Nut Bars

    Lunch: Gingered Coleslaw with Golden Raisins

    Dinner: Sausage and Spinach with Raisins Over Rice

    Honey: Consider honey for everything from a drizzle on top of plain yogurt to start the day to dinner’s secret ingredient. It is stocked in my pantry always.

    Breakfast or Snack: Blueberry Muffins Sweetened with Only Honey

    Dinner: Chicken and Vegetable Stir-Fry with Noodles

    Dinner: Apple Honey Drumsticks from Food Network Magazine

    Potatoes: Whether they’re russets, Yukon golds or babies, potatoes can become almost anything, anytime of day.

    Breakfast: Giada De Laurentiis’ Salami, Bacon and Spinach Hash

    Brunch or Dinner: Ina Garten’s Potato Latkes

    Lunch or Dinner: Slow-Cooker Potato Soup with Toppings

    Quinoa: The beauty of this seed is how fast it cooks, not to mention how that built-in pop of protein ensures a hearty dinner, even if you forgot to thaw the chicken. It’s an excellent base for baby food and works in tons of other family favorites:

    Breakfast or snack: DIY Fruit Bars with Quinoa

    Dinner: Guy Fieri’s Turkey-and-Quinoa-Stuffed Peppers

    Dinner: Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Chicken with Quinoa in Mustard Sauce

    Marinara Sauce: Yes, marinara sauce is typically limited to dinner, but, boy, are the options wide open from there. A few of our kids’ favorites:

    Baked Pasta with Spaghetti Squash

    The Pioneer Woman’s Easy Calzones

    Giada’s Eggs in Purgatory

    Charity Curley Mathews blogs at Foodlets.com: Mini Foodies in the Making…Maybe. Like Foodlets on Facebook and you’ll never miss a post.

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