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A Multi-Cultural Holiday Feast

A Multi-Cultural Holiday Feast

Christmas around the world...

The Mongols are Coming!

The Mongols are Coming!

Sharon Hudgins Reports

Red and Green for the Holidays

Red and Green for the Holidays

Have a Spicy Christmas and New Year's

An Italian Christmas Dinner

An Italian Christmas Dinner

Try something a little different for the holidays...

Hatch Me If You Can

Hatch Me If You Can

Harald Zoschke Reports

Outdoor Cooking: Not Just a Summer Pastime

Outdoor Cooking: Not Just a Summer Pastime


Smokin' in the snow....

Beer Meets Grill: How to Spice Up your Pre-Game Party

Beer Meets Grill: How to Spice Up your Pre-Game Party

By Suzanne Hall Recipes in this article: Beer-Braised Sirloin Chili Southwestern Beer Marinade Grilled Shrimp Fajitas withBeer-Braised Onions Mixed Sausage…

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  • Fun with Kim Jong-un: Bar offers free drinks for making fun of dictator 20 Dec 2014 | 2:19 pm

    Sony Pictures showed less spine than an earthworm convention when it cancelled the release of The Interview but BBQ and Brew in Baltimore gave its own little middle finger to North Korean dictator and joyless troll king Kim Jong-un. Continue reading →

  • Are Chile Peppers Linked to Testosterone? 18 Dec 2014 | 1:16 am

    Culinary peacocking makes up at least half of any chile pepper event. Not just in the traditional clothing sense, though. We men love to show our food machismo by eating food hot enough to melt your ex's heart. Now, a study from the University of Grenoble may have confirmed what most of us already knew: the guys who eat the hottest peppers have the highest testosterone levels. Continue reading →

  • Fire and Ice Hot Cocoa 15 Dec 2014 | 7:32 pm

    Because of all the hot and spicy liquor I taste here at the Burn! Blog, I often keep a mental note of cocktail recipes I can try in the future with these flavors. Other times, a liquor arrives at my home bar and I know exactly what do mix it with. This month, I have one of each, combined with a traditional holiday drink, though at odds with each other in their flavors. I’m calling them Fire and Ice, based on my wife’s description of these cocoas flavors. Continue reading →

  • Garlic Chili for Christmas Dinner? Well, Maybe… 11 Dec 2014 | 6:44 am

    So, for all you chile wimps laboring under the delusion that the chiles make the chili we've got one to share with you in honor of Garlic Festivals everywhere. Continue reading →

  • The Complete Chile Pepper Book Trailer 10 Dec 2014 | 11:49 am

    Complete Chile Pepper Book now in paperback. Watch the video... Continue reading →

  • “Starting to Get Into a Cupcake Place” — Testing the Cutthroat Kitchen Sabotages 21 Dec 2014 | 8:58 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Testing the Cutthroat Kitchen Sabotages

    From giant whisks and ice cube trays to banana leaves and coffee filters, Cutthroat Kitchen contestants have faced their share of oddball trinkets that host Alton Brown eviliciously repurposed into mixing tools and vessels. But on tonight’s all-new episode, one chef was forced to use not a new tool to mix but something a bit more rustic — her hands — to make cupcakes.

    Since the taste and texture of cupcakes depend upon a well-mixed batter, it’s important for the wet and dry ingredients to be thoroughly combined, and the limitations of people’s hands may indeed prevent that from happenings. After all, some people’s hands are smaller than others, and one of the chef’s two hands would likely be needed to add ingredients, so would this sabotage be fair to ask of the competitors? The Cutthroat Kitchen culinary crew got to work in testing the validity of the sabotage, and sure enough, after one somewhat slimy attempt, food stylist Jamie Peterson admitted that he was “starting to get into a cupcake place” with the batter forming within his hands.

    Click the play button on the video above to watch Jamie’s test unfold, and see hand-made cupcakes up close.

    Don’t miss an all-new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen on Sunday at 10|9c.

  • The 1970s Ingredient No Parent’s Fridge Should Be Without This Holiday Season 21 Dec 2014 | 1:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Turkey MeatloafAs a parent of four small kids, I’ve stumbled upon a little bit of liquid gold in my own kitchen. Every time I add it to things like soups, sauces, marinades or any cooked meat, my kids give a resounding thumbs-up. What is this miracle ingredient that transforms dinner from a Just-Take-a-Bite-a-Thon into a (reasonably) peaceful meal? It’s Worcestershire sauce!

    Ina Garten told me to use it — and by “told me,” I mean she wrote recipes using it — and boy, do I. Now I add Worcestershire sauce all the time, and even though my kid-friendly recipes are all very fast, the Worcestershire makes any dish more flavorful, like it’s been cooking for much longer than I ever have time for.

    Want proof? Check out Ina Garten’s 5-star recipes featuring just the right amount of this not-so-secret sauce here:

    Ina Garten’s Turkey Meatloaf (pictured above) Salmon Cakes Roasted Shrimp Cocktail


    And Ina’s not the only one who puts Worcestershire to good use. If you’ve got lots of holiday cooking ahead, here are more 5-star crowd-pleasers in the making:

    Alton Brown’s Shepherd’s Pie  Foodlets’ Easy Meatballs Stroganoff Rachael Ray’s Super Sloppy Joes  Perfectly Flavored London Broil from Foodlets Ree Drummond’s Salisbury Steak Ree’s Homemade Ranch Dressing 


    Charity Curley Mathews is a contributor to The Huffington Post and the founder of Foodlets.com: Mini Foodies in the Making…Maybe. She lives in North Carolina with her husband, plus their four small kids, and dreams of someday getting the dishwasher unloaded before it’s time to start making dinner again.

  • The Pioneer Woman’s Best Tomato Soup Ever — Most Popular Pin of the Week 21 Dec 2014 | 10:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Best Tomato Soup EverHearty, warming and simple to prepare, soup may be the ultimate answer to year-end gatherings; after all, just one batch can feed a crowd, and most recipes come together in a hurry. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week is no exception, as The Pioneer Woman’s satisfying tomato soup boasts the full, rich flavor of diced tomatoes, rich cream and fragrant basil, and, perhaps best of all, the soup can be on the table in only 40 minutes. Follow Ree Drummond’s lead and add a bit of sugar to the tomato soup as it simmers — this will help balance the acidity of the tomatoes.

    For more hearty recipes, check out Food Network’s Let’s Cook Comfort Food board on Pinterest.

    Get the Recipe: Best Tomato Soup Ever (pictured above)

  • How to Make Custom Cookie Butter 21 Dec 2014 | 7:30 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Good news for cookie butter fanatics: You can blend your own in five minutes flat. We ground up chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, peanut butter, oatmeal-raisin and chocolate-mint cookies, and all the spreads were tasty enough to give as a gift. (Not so successful: soft cookies and ones with jam or sprinkles.)

    To make a batch, grind 2 cups chopped cookies in a food processor. Then, with the motor running, drizzle in 1/3 to 1/2 cup warmed canned coconut milk until the spread is smooth and thick. Gradually pulse in up to 2 teaspoons sugar, depending on the sweetness of your cookies. Keep refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.

    For even more last-minute holiday gift ideas, flip through the December issue of Food Network Magazine. Show someone you care with tasty homemade snacks or beautifully decorated cookies.

    Photograph by Kang Kim

  • 5 Edible Holiday Centerpiece Ideas That Will Wow Your Guests 20 Dec 2014 | 1:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Start the music! Light the lights! Get the party going with an edible centerpiece tonight! These fun, creative projects are sure to be the star of any holiday party, and they’re easy enough for kids to help with. Use them as a single element, or in a group on a buffet or dinner table. Check out the full gallery for step-by-step instructions for each centerpiece idea.

    Doughnut Hole Tree
    These wintry trees made from doughnut holes have a Dr. Seuss-like quality to them – minus the Grinch. This project is especially easy for kids, and more stunning than the sum of its parts.

    Holiday Appetizer Tree
    Here’s a savory alternative or addition to the doughnut hole tree. Place the trees on the table together to make a wintry tree forest, or serve them alone. Choose vegetables and cheese in colors that complement your party’s color palette.

    Cinnamon-Sugared Fruit
    Coat seasonal fruit with a thin layer of diluted marshmallow creme, then dip in sparkling sugar crystals and superfine baker’s sugar laced with fragrant cinnamon to give it a frosty sheen.

    Cheese Tower
    Cheese towers are so awe-inspiring that some people are even replacing their wedding cakes with them. Constructing a cheese tower is all just a matter of balance.

    Gold and Silver Mixed Nuts
    Glam up unshelled mixed nuts by spraying them with shimmery metallic edible food coloring. They’re beautiful on their own or as an accent in other centerpieces.

    Visit the full how-to gallery for more on these festive edible decor ideas.

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