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Smart Choices: Foods to Fuel Kids at School
Now that the days are getting noticeably longer and the weather considerably warmer, summer is on everyone’s mind, including your kids’. They’re likely eagerly awaiting a sunny, stress-free summer vacation, but before they can close the books on another school year, most will be forced to endure a few weeks of final exams, projects andRead more »
Enter for a Chance to Win an Autographed Copy of Melissa’s Ten Dollar Dinners
This past Tuesday, FN Dish announced that Melissa d’Arabian will be the newest Food Network star to join the FN Dish roster of writers, tackling everything from budget-friendly meals and ideas to sharing her own experiences as a working mom raising four young girls. Food, behind-the-scenes sneak peeks, parenting ideas — come back every otherRead more »
How to Save Money at the Grocery Store
Selecting healthy and affordable food might seem like a challenge, but nutritious food doesn't have to cost more. Follow these tips to eat well while saving money.
How to Make a Steak — Simple Scratch Cooking
Today we’re talking steak as part of The Good Cook series. Generally, cooking steak involves a direct-heat cooking method, such as a very hot skillet, an oven broiler or taking it outdoors to the grill. Deciding which cooking method is best all depends on what kind of steak you bought, also known as the cutRead more »
What’s the Best Cooking Tip You’ve Been Given?
Food Network recently asked fans on Facebook for their best cooking advice. Many responded with advice from some of our all-star chefs, while others shared top tips learned in the home kitchen. Here are some of the highlights: Marina Muñoz: There are three and they are all from Ina. First, add coffee to enhance chocolate.Read more »
A Simple Grilled Lamb Burger
If you’re looking for a lamb burger unlike any other this grilling season, with a simplicity that is approachable for any home cook with a gourmet look and with flavor that will keep folks coming back for more, then look no further. Chef and butcher Adam Sappington of The Country Cat Dinner House and BarRead more »
Four Cheese Ravioli and Herb Pesto — The Weekender
I have long been intimidated by the idea of homemade pasta. I’m entirely comfortable tackling all manner of DIY foods, from jams and pickles to home-cured meats and fish, but there’s just something about pasta dishes that leaves me uneasy. Recently, though, I decided it was finally time to shake off my pasta resistance andRead more »