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  • Super Bowl Fire: Salsa and Hot Sauce How To’s to Heat Up Game Day 29 Jan 2015 | 12:25 am

    Super Bowl Sunday is closing fast. Instead of blorping some store-bought standard salsa into a dipping bowl, why not take a little time for a custom job? Here are three articles from our Fiery Foods and Barbecue Super Site for doing that, complete with recipes. Continue reading →

  • World’s Largest BBQ Part 2: Dear Burn! Blog… 26 Jan 2015 | 5:53 pm

    I don't mind being corrected when I'm wrong.* When I'm right, though... A reader saw our recent post about what may or may not be the world's largest BBQ pit. He disagreed with much of what I said in the story and tried to dissect it almost line-by-line (my original lines are in bold): Continue reading →

  • More on the Hot Sauce Hall of Fame 26 Jan 2015 | 5:04 pm

    A couple of weeks ago, we brought you exclusive news about the new Hot Sauce Hall of Fame. Founder Steve Seabury is working his ass off to make it happen in time for the New York Hot Sauce Expo. He took a time for a more in-depth interview with us to fill in some of the blanks, though. Continue reading →

  • American Star Ghost Chili Vodka 25 Jan 2015 | 7:32 pm

    Oops. Depending on the part of the country that you’re from, you may have already noticed a regional spelling disambiguation in the name of this product. While it’s rarely spelled out (pun intended), and most folks have likely never every considered that chili and chile are two different things. Here in New Mexico, and you can see the rule at play here at the Burn! Blog, if you look hard enough. Continue reading →

  • World’s Largest BBQ Pit Up for Sale 25 Jan 2015 | 3:15 am

    For $350,000 you can buy what's allegedly the largest barbecue pit in the world. Dubbed "Undisputable Cuz," the monster meat smoker rests on Highway 2290 in Texas. All you need is the winning bid on Ebay. Continue reading →






  • “Get Ready to Be Blown Away” — Valerie Bertinelli Speaks Out About Kids Baking Championship 30 Jan 2015 | 2:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Valerie BertinelliWhen it comes to watching the young bakers on Kids Baking Championship, premiering on Monday, Feb. 2 at 8|7c, “get ready to be blown away,” says Valerie Bertinelli, who along with Duff Goldman serves as host, mentor and judge to the eight kids competing on the new series. In each episode the kids face baking challenges geared at testing their skill and creativity, with an elimination at the end. Despite having to break the bad news to a child every episode, Valerie found the kids were tougher than she thought. “I was just incredibly impressed with them,” she said.

    Read on to find out more of what Valerie had to say in our interview with her about the show, its challenges, the kids, her co-host Duff and the right age to get kids in the kitchen.

    FN Dish: What can viewers expect from watching the competition? How would you sum it up?
    Valerie Bertinelli: Get ready to be blown away by children that can definitely bake better than you!

    What was it like for you mentoring/judging the kids on the show?
    VB: I felt like I was not a mentor at all. They were definitely mentoring me and teaching me things I didn’t l know before. Judging them was very challenging, because they were all so good and they tried so hard and I always like to give an A for effort, so they all got A’s for that. I was just incredibly impressed with them.

    Do you have any advice for the kids competing?
    VB: To breathe, take your time in the beginning, because the clock sometimes is not your friend. … Make sure you’re all set up, and then go for it and book it. Time management was a really challenging thing. It’s a challenging thing for me when I’m home cooking. So that probably is the best advice that I can give them, to really manage your time well.

    What do you think was the most-difficult episode, either for the kids or for you to judge?
    VB: The hardest one was the very first episode. I think they [the kids] all had to do three [baked items] each. Couldn’t they [the producers] have waited until there were three kids left to do so many for each one? The amount of food that we had to taste-test was a little daunting.

    What was it like having to eliminate a kid?
    VB: Horrible! It was awful. They were all so sweet and they all tried so hard, but what I loved about it, too, is that the way the world works is not everybody can win. So you do your best, you try your best, you give it your all, and if you still don’t make it, it’s OK. You can try harder next time and for anything else. And, if anything, take the criticism and the comments just to help to make yourself better next time.

    How was it working with Duff?
    VB: I love Duff. I just love him. We tease each other all through the year during football season, because he happens to be a fan of a team I’m not a fan of. So we have fun.

    What was the best part for you about filming the series?
    VB: Eating all the delicious food.

    Is there an age where you think it’s good to get kids involved in the kitchen?
    VB: I think any age. It depends on the child. Ludo Lefebvre is a friend of mine. And his two little twins, they’re 4, and they’re already in the kitchen cooking. So I think it depends on the child and what they’re able to do. And these kids on Kids Baking Championship, boy, they proved that you can really do it. They’re better than I could ever hope to be.

  • The Best Game-Day Snacks from Food Network Magazine 30 Jan 2015 | 12:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    With kickoff just days away, it’s time to firm up your game-day spread. Don’t serve the same dip and wings you’ve been making all season long. Add something new for your championship lineup. Read on below to find five winning ideas from the January/February issue of Food Network Magazine.

    1. Add ranch-flavored snacks. Give your favorite tailgating foods, like chili and crab dip, a fun new spin. Sour cream and buttermilk add a delicious tang to this new take on guacamole (pictured above) and help prevent discoloration. Or instead of the expected platter of Buffalo wings, serve buttermilk-marinated chicken wings (also pictured above) with a ranch-chipotle sauce.

    2. Remix your party mix. Looking for something with a big wow factor? Party mix marshmallow treats (pictured above) are your answer. They’re gooey, crunchy, sweet and salty all at once. Instead of cereal, these addictive snacks are made with savory goodies like pretzels and bagel chips.

    3. Supersize your sandwiches. Instead of mini sliders, make one gigantic sub sandwich (or serve a couple, depending on how many people you have over). For inspiration, check out Food Network Magazine’s 50 Party Subs. From hearty favorites like Philly cheesesteak and Italian meatball to a California-inspired veggie sub (pictured above), there’s something for everyone.

    4. Make it ahead. Don’t miss out on a buzzworthy commercial or the game-winning catch because you’re busy in the kitchen. Prep a big batch of slow-cooker pulled pork in the morning, and it’ll be tender and ready to devour by the first play.

    5. Don’t forget something sweet. There are always plenty of spicy snacks for the big bash, but dessert is often an afterthought. Serve chocolate treats after halftime when everyone has likely had a few too many cheesy apps. These mini chocolate cupcakes and triple-chocolate cookies pack a ton of rich cocoa flavor into small, hand-held forms.

  • 10 Tips for Getting Your Kids Engaged in Cooking 30 Jan 2015 | 10:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Cooking with KidsMore often than not, you hear parents complain that their kids won’t eat anything, they’re picky and they press their mouths closed at the thought of trying a new food. One of the easiest ways to get kids to become fantastic eaters is by getting them involved in the cooking process. Try out a few of these tips to see how quickly you can turn your resistant eater into a budding chef!

    10. Take them grocery shopping with you. Let them pick out a new fruit, vegetable or meat to try with dinner tonight.

    9. Look through cookbooks and recipe websites together. Have the kids choose a few recipes they would like to try making.

    8. Assign age-appropriate tasks in the kitchen, like measuring ingredients, pressing the button on the food processor or being in charge of the kitchen timer.

    7. Taste everything together. Talk about the colors, textures and flavors of ingredients. Then talk about how they’re different after being cooked.

    6. Start them out young in the kitchen. Give babies and toddlers wooden spoons and measuring cups to play with, as well as appropriate foods to gum or snack on.

    5. Provide the kids with their own special tools. This way anytime they go into the kitchen they have their own special mixing spoon to use or their own set of colorful measuring cups.

    4. Decorate plain aprons as a weekend art project. Then during the week, the kids will be excited to wear their aprons while cooking and taking ownership of meal making.

    3. Start a little garden, even if it’s a small basil plant your child nurtures and then uses the leaves to make homemade pesto.

    2. Visit your local farmers market to try a variety of seasonal foods. Let kids ask the farmers lots of questions to become food “investigators.”

    1. Start your own version of Guy’s Grocery Games by quickly deciding what to make as you go to the grocery store and what fun spices, herbs and other foods you can add to make it unique and special!

  • WATCH: The Do’s and Don’ts of Football Parties 30 Jan 2015 | 9:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    WATCH: The Dos and Don'ts of Football Parties

    Even if your favorite team won’t be taking the field on Sunday, chances are you’re going to be vegging out in front of the TV with friends, and plenty of game-day eats and drinks, to watch the big game unfold. Just in time for those celebrations, The Kitchen co-hosts came together to offer a few good-to-know do’s and don’ts for both attending and throwing a winning football bash — or any get-together with a crowd. From how to build a worthy buffet to advice on ditching the six-pack of beer, click the play button on the video above to hear from the cast and learn their top tailgating tips.

    For even more entertaining ideas, check out the cast’s best game-day recipes.

  • What to Watch: Snow Day Cooking with The Kitchen, and a Classic Steakhouse Dinner with Guy Fieri 30 Jan 2015 | 7:30 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    The KtichenStart your weekend off right with Food Network. On Saturday morning, watch Ree Drummond prepare a beautiful brunch for the ladies of her family. Then, stay in with The Kitchen for a snow day to get warm winter recipes and ideas on how to spice up your hot cocoa.

    On Sunday, don’t miss Guys Fieri’s big steakhouse dinner, featuring a grilled oyster recipe topped with a Spinach Bacon Fondue. Then, the pressure is on for Daphne Brogdon as she cooks up a special birthday dinner for her husband, award-winning Chef Mark Peel. Also, on Sunday evening, tune in for two hours of competition starting off with Worst Cooks in America at 10|9c and Cutthroat Kitchen at 11|10c.

    The Pioneer Woman: Ladies Who Brunch

    Ree whips up a beautiful brunch for three generations of Drummond girls. There are delicious Maple Oat Nut Scones, an incredible Cowgirl Quiche and glamorous Champagne Oranges. Then Ree’s bringing the coffee shop to the country with homemade Frozen Mochas. It’s fabulous fun and quality time for the ladies who brunch.

    Saturday 10a|9c

    The Kitchen: Snow Day Cooking

    The Kitchen is livening up your winter favorites, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian’s luscious Ricotta Gnocchi. Then, the hosts test the latest kitchen gadgets, and three weeknight potato dishes get a boost. Marcela Valladolid has a new twist on fondue, and Judy Joo joins the crew with her Ultimate Korean Fried Chicken. Plus, you’ll stay toasty warm with tasty mix-ins for your cocoa.

    Saturday 11a|10c

    Guy’s Big Bite: Guy’s Big Steakhouse

    Guy is cooking up an homage to the classic steakhouse dinner with Grilled Oysters Rockefeller with Spinach Bacon Fondue, Baked Crab Cakes with Old Bay Remoulade and, of course, the main attraction, Grilled New York Strip Steak with Five-Peppercorn Sauce. We hope you brought your appetite!

    Sunday 11a|10c

    Daphne Dishes: Daddy’s Birthday

    Cooking a birthday dinner isn’t normally that big of a deal, but when your husband is an award-winning chef, the pressure’s on! Daphne is making a juicy roasted pork loin stuffed with sauteed onions and served with crispy Skillet Potatoes that everyone will love, plus her warm Honey Mustard Slaw. For dessert, she’s making Mark’s favorite, a Cheesecake Tart with Raspberry Swirl.

    Sunday 12|11c

    Worst Cooks in America: Feeding Frenzy

    The recruits are faced with their biggest struggle yet: cooking for others in larger quantities. They are asked to make a breakfast for a special guest star, Good Morning America’s Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee, who happens to know a thing or two about how important breakfast is. Then they complete this week’s challenge by throwing a dinner party for past recruits, who know exactly what it’s like to be in their shoes.

    Sunday 10|9c

    Cutthroat Kitchen: Who Tarted?

    Three chefs have to dig for clams in a clam bed. One chef has to make turkey burgers while wearing arm weights. Finally, one chef has to make a fruit tart with vegetables that are actually fruits.

    Sunday 11|10c

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