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  • Hot News 18 Sep 2014 | 1:56 am

    You'd think that with summer winding down and fall muttering, "C'mon, c'mon, c'mon" as it waits to take over, grilling and barbecue news would take a turn for the mundane. That weird stories of barbecue and hot sauce would go into hibernation, like some gigantic bear with hard arteries and a desperate need for TUMS. Continue reading →

  • Hot List: Four Great Chili-making Ideas from the Fiery Foods Super Site 13 Sep 2014 | 2:59 pm

    September marks the transition from summer to fall not just for the weather but also for eating. Chili being the lovechild of stew and outdoor summer cooking, it's a great way to ease yourself into the shorter, colder days to come. Here's a highlight reel from our sister, the Fiery Foods & Barbecue Super Site to fire your imagination when it comes to making chili at home. Continue reading →

  • The Last Day to Enter the 2015 Scovie Awards 12 Sep 2014 | 11:57 am

    The deadline for entering the 2015 Scovie Awards Competition is tonight at midnight, and there will be no additional extension. Your products entered must arrive in Albuquerque no later than September 19th. Continue reading →

  • Two Days Left to Enter the Scovies 11 Sep 2014 | 4:04 pm

    The deadline for entering the 2015 Scovie Awards Competition is now tomorrow, September 12 at midnight, and there will be no additional extension. But remember, your products entered must arrive in Albuquerque no later than September 19th. Continue reading →

  • Final Scovie Deadline Looms 10 Sep 2014 | 4:26 pm

    The deadline for entering the 2015 Scovie Awards Competition is now Friday, September 12 at midnight, and there will be no additional extension. But remember, your products entered must arrive in Albuquerque no later than September 19th. Continue reading →

  • Stars’ Tailgating Favorites 18 Sep 2014 | 1:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Food Network Stars' Tailgating FavoritesWhen Food Network stars are in charge of a tailgating spread, you better bet that the menu is a game changer. Here’s how Bobby Flay, Ina Garten, Ree Drummond and company celebrate each touchdown.

    Set out Rachael Ray’s Roasted Jalapeno Poppers before kickoff to get your party started on the right foot. Loaded with three cheeses, these stuffed peppers leave the oven bubbling hot — and they’re killer on the grill too.

    Charleston Cheese DipThink of Trisha Yearwood’s Charleston Cheese Dip as the ultimate comfort food on Football Sunday. It’s loaded with three types of cheese and topped with crushed buttery crackers and crumbled bacon, so the more you can scoop into a chip, the better.

    Buffalo Chicken SubsYou won’t find run-of-the-mill chicken wings at Jeff Mauro’s house. When Jeff’s throwing a party, he combines two tailgating greats — Buffalo wings and party subs — for a crowd-pleasing Buffalo Chicken Sub. From homemade ranch dressing to blue cheese crumbles, these subs bring everything you love about chicken wings into one big bite.

    Baked ZitiEspecially if you’re watching the game with some little fans, Ree’s kid-approved Baked Ziti feeds a crowd in no time. With ground beef and Italian sausage, it’s cheesy and satisfying enough to carry any football fan from kickoff to the final touchdown.

    Beer PunchDon’t start a party without enough mugs of Sunny Anderson’s Beer Punch to go around. Instead of taking your brew straight from the bottle, dress it up with fresh berries.

    Chocolate Cupcakes and Peanut Butter IcingNo matter how glued your guests are to the game, Ina’s Chocolate Cupcakes and Peanut Butter Icing are good enough to distract them. No matter the score, rich peanut butter icing ensures that the game will end on a solid note.

    With stars’ show-stopping dips and more on deck, your tailgating party is sure to be a winner.


  • POLL: The Kitchen Gets Set for Soup Season 18 Sep 2014 | 12:00 pm FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Asparagus and Bread Soup with PancettaWith the days shorter and the weather turning chilly, you’re likely setting your sights on the warm, comforting flavors of autumn. Just in time for fall, The Kitchen is getting set to dedicate an entire episode to one of the season’s most-satisfying dishes: soup. From rich, creamy purees to simple broths studded with noodles and veggies, the co-hosts want to help you make your best bowl yet this year, and they need you — the fans — to tell them how you enjoy soup and what you’d need to make your soup recipes better. Answer the first round of poll questions below, then check back on Monday to cast the rest of your votes.

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    Inspired to make soup? Try Geoffrey’s Asparagus and Bread Soup with Pancetta (pictured above).

  • Scoop ‘Em: Towering Layer Dips — Summer Soiree 18 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Towering Layer Dip RecipesWhen it comes to our favorite dip recipes, the more layers, the better. That’s why we’re digging Food Network’s finest every-layer dips, ranging from five layers to a towering 10.

    Five: Inspired by the diner sandwich staple, Five-Layer Reuben Dip (pictured above) stacks all the ingredients that make up a good Reuben. From the bottom to the top, shredded Swiss, thin-sliced corned beef, toasted rye bread, Russian dressing and extra-crunchy sauerkraut are addictive in deconstructed form. Take heaping scoops with rye bread toasts for the full package.

    Six-Layer Dip

    Six: Think of Six Layers and a Chip Dip as the dream Southwestern dip. All of the usual suspects you’d find in a plate of nachos — from the beans to the guac to the cheese — come together for one deep dip. Blend canned beans in the food processor with garlic and chili powder so they’re extra scoopable.

    Seven-Layer Vegetarian Greek Dip

    Seven: Even without a meat layer, Seven-Layer Vegetarian Greek Dip is as substantial as it gets. A scoop of this crowd-pleasing appetizer includes artichoke hearts, cucumber, roasted red bell peppers, crushed pita chips, store-bought hummus, feta and herbed olives.

    Eight-Layer Chicken Chili Dip

    Eight: When you sink a tortilla chip into Eight-Layer Chicken Chili Dip, it’ll be a win if it carries all the layers of black beans, cheddar, cornbread and more without snapping into pieces. It’s that loaded. Don’t let the toil of prepping meat turn you away from making this dip; rotisserie chicken makes the chili element a cinch.

    Nine-Layer Cheeseburger Dip

    Nine: Take apart the American mainstay for a Nine-Layer Cheeseburger Dip. Rather than wrap your hands around a burger that’s bigger than you head, sink a chip into this dip, which packs everything from toasted hamburger buns to freshly crisped bacon and ground beef.

    Ten-Layer Chicago Dog Dip

    Ten: For once, hot dogs go from single-serving, bun-bound bliss to something refreshingly communal. As our most-layered dip of all, Ten-Layer Chicago Dog Dip comes with everything you’d want on a good dog. Topped with mustard, relish and even broiled buns, all-beef hot dogs are event better when scooped up with a potato chip.

    Get more dip recipes from friends and family:

    Jeanette’s Healthy Living: Cincinnati Chili Refried Bean Cheese Dip
    The Lemon Bowl: Lebanese Garlic Sauce
    Weelicious: Romesco
    Napa Farmhouse 1885: Triple Onion Dip with Caramelized Walla Wallas
    Red or Green: Roasted Peppers, Chiles and Eggplant Dip
    Taste With The Eyes: Cocktail Nibbles Inspired by James Beard
    Virtually Homemade: Double-Chocolate Yogurt Dip
    Elephants and the Coconut Trees: 5 Favorite Dips
    Domesticate Me: Chipotle Hummus with Chili-Lime Pita Chips
    Devour: 6 Dips to Make in a Dash
    FN Dish: Towering Layer Dips

  • 8 Cleverly Bread-Free Sandwiches 18 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    iceberg BLT
    Whether you’re dialing down refined carbs, giving up gluten or watching your sodium intake (bread adds up on that front), these loaf-free sandwiches — most of which sub in vegetables in place of the usual buns, baguettes, wraps and rolls — all have one thing in common: They’ll satisfy any sandwich craving.

    BLT (above)
    Bun-less BLT? You heard that right — almost. Instead of playing its usual supporting role, iceberg lettuce steps up its game by sandwiching together this otherwise classic combo of crisp bacon, sliced tomatoes and zesty mayo.

    Tuna-Cucumber Sandwiches
    Sandwiched between two hollowed-out English-cucumber halves, this protein-packed lunch delivers a whole lot of crunch.
    cucumber and tuna sandwich

    Italian Sub
    Hold the hoagie roll, but pack the heat in this classic Italian sub piled high with the usual suspects, including ham, salami, provolone and pepperoncini. This sandwich may be light on carbs, but it’s more than meaty, thanks to broiled portobello mushroom caps standing in for bread.
    Italian sub

    Ham and Cheese
    Switch up your next ham and cheese sandwich with a crunchy twist. Sliced sweet jicama will hold everything together.
    ham and cheese

    Collard-Wrapped Burritos
    Why fill up on a flour tortilla when you can wrap up your next burrito with quick-steamed collard greens? This naturally healthified stand-in makes for an instant veggie wrap while giving you a dose of antioxidant-rich vitamin K.
    collard burrito

    Sausage and Pepper
    Step aside sub sandwich. Sausage and peppers are moving into the bread-free zone with this trimmed-down version. Translation: You won’t miss a thing, except for maybe some unwanted calories.
    sausage and pepper

    Chicken Salad and Apple
    This inside-out spin on curried chicken salad shifts characteristically crisp apples from the salad to a sandwich bread stand-in.
    chicken and apple sandwich

    Sweet Potato Turkey Burgers
    Slathered with tangy mango chutney and topped with crunchy coleslaw, fiber-rich grilled sweet potato rounds add a nutritional punch to these already lean turkey burgers.

    sweet potato turkey burger

    Silvana Nardone is the author of the Silvana’s Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Kitchen: Timeless Favorites Transformed.

  • Best 5 Lentil Soup Recipes 18 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am FN Dish – Food Network Blog

    Lentil Vegetable SoupThe key to making soup a meal is ensuring it goes beyond basic broth and vegetables with hearty, satisfying ingredients that will fill you up. That’s where lentil soup comes in. Satisfying and good for you, lentils are packed with protein, and they pair well with a variety of flavors and textures, from hot sauce to tangy tomatoes and nutty Parmesan cheese. Check out Food Network’s top lentil soup recipes below to find a mix of classic and creative renditions from Rachael Ray, Alton Brown, Giada De Laurentiis, Ina Garten and more chefs.

    5. Spicy Lentil Soup — A serrano chile and a bit of grated ginger add heat to this quick-fix soup, but the spice is balanced by a final mix-in of cool, creamy Greek yogurt.

    4. Sausage, Kale and Lentil Soup — Rachael mixes Tuscan kale into a base of sausage, carrots and potatoes before adding a splash of white wine for flavor, and then adds the lentils.

    3.  Alton’s Lentil Soup — If you choose the option to make Alton’s tried-and-true soup with vegetable broth instead of chicken broth, it will be a vegetarian dish that even the meat eaters in your family will enjoy.

    2. Giada’s Lentil Soup — Follow Giada’s lead and incorporate pasta into her easy-to-make lentil soup flavored with fresh thyme.

    1. Lentil Vegetable Soup — Ina gets a head start on tenderizing the lentils by steeping them in boiling water before adding them to her cumin-scented broth with carrots and celery. Just before serving, she stirs in red wine and tops each bowl (pictured above) with fruity olive oil and Parmesan.

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