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The Chile Harvest, Part 2

The Chile Harvest, Part 2

Drying, Smoking, Powders, and Spice Blends

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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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Fall Into Spicy Soups

Fall Into Spicy Soups

Soups Are the Elegant Side of a Chef’s Kitchen

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The Mongols are Coming!

The Mongols are Coming!

Sharon Hudgins Reports

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Outdoor Cooking: Not Just a Summer Pastime

Outdoor Cooking: Not Just a Summer Pastime

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Hatch Me If You Can

Hatch Me If You Can

Harald Zoschke Reports

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  • Kicked-Up Cranberry Sauce: Cranberry, Apple, and Jalapeño United 26 Nov 2014 | 2:03 am

    If you're like me, you probably get tired of the regular boring cranberry sauce that most people serve at holiday dinners. You know the stuff that I'm referring to — that gelatinous, mushy cranberry mold that your grandmother plated up every year for as long as you can remember. The flavor isn't terribly bad, but I don't understand why something that is as easy to make as homemade cranberry sauce is so often purchased off a grocery store shelf. When the canned version is served alongside a delicious spread of Thanksgiving goodies, I'm the first to overlook it and move on to the next offering. So this year I decided to try something new: since I'm a fan of spicy foods, I thought I'd add jalapeños to my otherwise fairly sweet homemade sauce and the results were delicious. If you prefer another type of pepper, feel free to use that one. You really can't go wrong with this recipe! Continue reading →

  • Fiery Foods Show: Black Friday and Cyber Monday Booth Specials 25 Nov 2014 | 2:42 pm

    For the National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show, March 6-8, 2015: Black Friday to Cyber Monday, November 28 through December 1st. If you buy a booth and pay in full you will receive a free 1/4 page ad in the show program, production included, a $250 value. Continue reading →

  • Barbecue Thanksgiving Part 2: Potatoes Mashed, Potatoes Sweet 24 Nov 2014 | 1:35 pm

    You know your Thanksgiving taters are yummy when they vanish before you get to eat them. I'm assuming they were tasty, since the pan was whistle-clean when I went for my first helping, only to be greeted by the fading fumes of molasses as a small child helped themselves for thirds, and, not coincidentally, lasts. Continue reading →

  • Barbecue Thanksgiving Part 1: Pulled Pork Stuffing and Gravy 20 Nov 2014 | 11:10 pm

    A few years back, some of our favorite food writers collaborated on a barbecued Thanksgiving on our mother site, the Fiery Foods & Barbecue Super Site. Drawing inspiration from that idea, me and mine cooked up our own take on that awesome theme. Here's the first part of that big adventure: Dr. BBQ's pulled pork stuffing and a pulled pork gravy. Continue reading →

  • Thanksgiving Leftovers: Turkey Enchilada Hot Dish 20 Nov 2014 | 7:16 pm

    Thanksgiving leftovers are a unique blend of challenge, art form, tradition and gluttony. I usually go for the classic melange of meat, taters, gravy, stuffing, and cranberry sauce twixt two slices of bread, but this year, I'm branching out with turkey enchilada hot dish. Continue reading →






  • What to Watch: It’s One Big Party This Weekend on Food Network 28 Nov 2014 | 7:30 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Damaris' Karaoke PartyWe hope you’re in a festive mood this weekend, because the Food Network chefs are ready to celebrate. Tune in to The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Giada at Home, Guy’s Big Bite and Southern at Heart for everything from a birthday party to an office party to a slumber party.

    If you want to keep up the excitement, check out all-new episodes of Rewrapped, Guy’s Grocery Games, Holiday Baking Championship and Cutthroat Kitchen. There are all kinds of food shenanigans involved, ranging from fruitcake to marshmallow guns. And if you want to wind down with mouthwatering recipes, watch Farmhouse Rules for dishes like Classic Rosemary Lamb Chops, Twice-Baked Potatoes, Sauteed Garlic Broccoli Rabe and B and W Chocolate-Dipped  Shortbread Cookies.

    The Pioneer Woman: Office-Warming Party

    In honor of their new office, The Drummonds throw a party. Ree sets up a Shrimp Cocktail Bar with three different sauces; Avocado Crema, Classic Cocktail and Remoulade. In addition to that, she cooks Spicy Italian Meatballs, Bacon-Wrapped Dates and Brownie Pops.

    Saturday 10a|9c

    Trisha’s Southern Kitchen: Just Because Party

    Trisha and her friend Karri throw a “Just Because” party. They serve Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole, Zucchini Cakes with Herb Sour Cream and Fresh Apple Cake, and Trisha whips up her signature cocktail.

    Saturday 10:30a|9:30c

    Rewrapped: Ritzy Business

    The episode of Rewrapped centers on the chefs trying to make elaborate meals out of Nabisco Ritz Bits with Cheese.

    Saturday 1|12c

    Giada at Home: Slumber Party with Alie and Georgia

    Giada De Laurentiis serves breakfast food in honor of being a guest at the Hollywood Improv for Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark’s show Slumber Party with Alie and Georgia. She makes Bloody Mary Dip, Silver Dollar Pancake Sandwiches and Eggs Benedict Deviled Eggs. Alie and Georgia also get in on the fun and prepare a Lavender Chamomile Tequila.

    Sunday 10:30a|9:30c

    Guy’s Big Bite: Cravin’ Cajun 

    Guy Fieri cooks up Cajun BBQ Prawns, Jicama Black Bean Salad and Plantain Pancakes for a party with friends.

    Sunday 11a|10c

    Southern at Heart: Cocktail Party Bites

    Damaris and her friend Sam throw a karaoke party for their birthdays. But singing isn’t the only special aspect: Damaris serves her guests Fish Taco Wraps, No-Bake Peanut Butter Cheesecake Pops and Butter Bean Hummus.

    Sunday 12|11c

    Farmhouse Rules: Fabric of a Farm Town

    Nancy has her friends over for lunch and serves Classic Rosemary Lamb Chops, Twice-Baked Potatoes, Sauteed Garlic Broccoli Rabe and B and W Chocolate-Dipped Shortbread Cookies.

    Sunday 12:30|11:30c

    Guy’s Grocery Games: The Weighting Game

    The contestants are put to the test with an intense round of Food Wheel and a treacherous Red Light Special.

    Sunday 8|7c

    Holiday Baking Championship: The Great Holiday Cake-Over

    The five remaining contestants are forced to tackle fruitcake and the yule log.

    Sunday 9|8c

    Cutthroat Kitchen: S’Mortal Combat

    The sabotages are greatly varied in this episode as the contestants are faced with a block of ice, dim sum and s’mores — but not without a marshmallow-gun target practice first.

    Sunday 10|9c

  • Simple, Strong Snacks: Foods to Fuel Your Black Friday Shopping 27 Nov 2014 | 1:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Fig-and-Walnut Energy BarsYou’ve successfully conquered Thanksgiving dinner — now it’s time to look ahead to the next seasonal feat. Holiday baking? Not yet. First comes Black Friday shopping, and given the early hours, long lines and potentially feisty crowds you may encounter, you’ll indeed need a few go-to foods to fuel the day. This year, instead of resorting to shopping mall concession stands, bring with you some fuss-free eats — think easy-to-pack bites that you can munch on throughout the day. Read on below to find some of Food Network’s favorite on-the-go snacks to keep you shopping-ready all day long.

    Chewy, subtly sweet with a bit of crunch, Fig-and-Walnut Energy Bars (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine provide just the kind of early-morning bite needed to kick off the day. These quick-fix bars feature a fragrant blend of ground cinnamon and ginger, plus chopped walnuts, dried figs and oats for a contrast of textures.

    Hummus in a HurryFor something a bit heartier, look to Alton Brown’s Hummus in a Hurry (pictured above). This 15-minute blend of canned chickpeas, fresh garlic and refreshing lemon juice is a cinch to pull together, and when packed with crunchy carrots or crackers, it’s a family-friendly snack you can count on.

    Sweet and SaltinesSatisfy both your sweet and savory cravings with Trisha Yearwood’s Sweet and Saltines (pictured above), a last-minute recipe that takes just a handful of everyday ingredients to prepare.

    Still in turkey mode? Visit Thanksgiving Central for must-try ideas for putting leftovers to work.

  • Sunny’s Italian Sausage-Stuffed Acorn Squash — The Weekender 27 Nov 2014 | 10:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Sausage-Stuffed Acorn SquashI don’t know if it was trendy in the 1980s or if it was a particular quirk of my mother’s, but we ate many a meal of stuffed vegetables during my childhood. No hollow or overgrown vegetable was safe. Peppers of all colors, giant zucchini, tomatoes and even, occasionally, avocados were filled with a medley of rice, protein and onion, then draped with shredded cheese and run under the broiler.

    I’m fairly convinced that the reason my mom liked this particular style of dinner prep so much was that it gave her the opportunity to stretch a pound of meat across several meals and use up all manner of odds and ends from the crisper. I also suspect that she tucked more vegetables into the filling than I was aware of as a small child.

    Many years have passed since I groaned at the idea of a meal of stuffed peppers or summer squash. In fact, now that I’m in charge of the grocery budget and my refrigerator’s ecosystem, I can see the many virtues in this style of cooking.

    Right now, we’ve got a world of winter squash available for the stuffing. I like Sunny Anderson’s Italian Sausage-Stuffed Acorn Squash, but truly, just about any combination of savory veg, meat (or crumbled tofu), and grain works wonders. This weekend, instead of clearing out the fridge with a big pot of soup, finish off those holiday tidbits by sauteing them and stuffing them into acorn squash. Tell your family that the Weekender told you to do it!Acorn Squash

  • The Calm Before the Feast: FN Stars’ Wednesday-Night Game Plans 26 Nov 2014 | 1:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    The Wednesday night before Thanksgiving is full of travel, traffic – and tradition. As families descend upon their Thanksgiving destinations, it’s a busy night for pizza spots, since no one feels much like cooking dinner. (If this is your game plan, we rounded up some of the best places across the country to pick up a pie.) At the New York City Wine & Food Festival, we chatted with Food Network stars about their pre-turkey day plans. Some choose to eat light to save up reserves for the big day, while others carb-load to get ready. What does your family do – and eat – the night before the big feast?

    Alex Guarnaschelli
    The Wednesday before Thanksgiving, I usually eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, because I am just cooking, and everything is just going into that Thanksgiving dinner already. The day before Thanksgiving, you don’t want to eat anything anyway. You’re saving up that extra reserve tank to fill it up with stuffing and mashed potatoes.

    Damaris Phillips
    The Wednesday night before, my brothers are pretty hilarious and they always go light, but I don’t believe that’s the way to do it. I carb-load, so I typically eat pasta the night before. Stretch it out, get myself ready.

    Jeff Mauro
    The night before, I think you keep it a little light. But you don’t want to shrink your stomach by not eating. So I have a medium-sized meal. That’s the greatest tactic.

    Marcela Valladolid
    Wednesday before, everybody is getting quesadillas and popcorn for dinner. We’ve got turkeys and soccer tournaments [for my son] going on. So nothing major, probably just chilling and hanging out at the house.

    Geoffrey Zakarian
    The Wednesday before, I’m either cooking or helping someone cook. This year we’re actually doing it at my house, which is unusual, because last year we went out.

    Robert Irvine
    My travels are 345 days a year, so I could be on a plane the night before and get back late. But that’s in time for the special day. Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks for everything that we have.

    Check out Food Network’s Thanksgiving headquarters for all of your last-minute planning needs.

  • Don’t Hog the Oven: Slow-Cooker Thanksgiving Sides 26 Nov 2014 | 10:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Slow-Cooker Sausage Stuffing

    With the marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, golden rolls and pies galore sitting in your oven — not to mention that perfectly cooked turkey of yours — any way to free up space in this overworked kitchen appliance is welcome on Thanksgiving Day. Luckily your slow cooker is ready and able to help pick up the slack, with these easy recipes for Thanksgiving classics that are low on prep time and high on hands-off cooking. With new techniques for everything from stuffing to potatoes, you’ll be amazed how easy Slow-Cooker Thanksgiving Sides come together.

    You don’t need to use the oven or stovetop to get a hearty stuffing on your holiday table. Instead, add cut-up, stale French bread, veggies and sweet Italian sausage to the slow cooker, and let the machine take it from there. Cooked in the juices given off from the sausage and veggies, Slow-Cooker Sausage Stuffing (pictured above) needs only a touch of chicken broth to reach soft, savory perfection.

    Slow-Cooker Home-Style Mashed Potatoes

    Traditional mashed potatoes are easy to make by the book, but Slow-Cooker Home-Style Mashed Potatoes take even less effort and free up a stovetop burner. Instead of bringing a pot of water to a boil on the stove, simply toss russet potatoes, butter, salt, pepper and just a cup of water into the slow cooker, then let it cook on high for a few hours. From there, the potatoes will become tender and ready to be mashed into the buttery, fluffy side.

    Slow-Cooker Spiced Sweet Potatoes with Pecans

    Candied sweet potatoes are a Thanksgiving mainstay, and this hands-off Slow-Cooker Spiced Sweet Potatoes with Pecans recipe makes it easier than ever to enjoy them. Cut sweet potatoes into thick rounds and add them to the slow cooker with brown sugar, spices and butter. Once they’re tender (not mushy), top with toasted chopped pecans for a sweet side that doesn’t even need the marshmallow topping.

    Slow-Cooker Green Bean Casserole

    Slow-Cooker Green Bean Casserole may be cooked low and slow, but this recipe takes some liberties with shortcut ingredients to save on prep time. Raw cremini mushrooms release their savory flavor as the green beans cook, while an easy, creamy sauce and canned French-fried onions add the last special touches.

    Get more on these slow-cooker Thanksgiving dishes from Food Network.

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