July's Top 10 Recipes
Want to know what Food Network fans were cooking in July? From Basil Pesto to BLT Pasta Salad and sweet Peach Cobbler, here are the top 10 recipes of the month:
If you're already prepping a menu for your Super Bowl bash, add these nibblers to your list. The zesty kabobs cook up nicely on an indoor grill pan and will leave your guests thinking of summer barbecues, not winter's chilly temperatures.
After close to 300 people became sick from salmonella in 18 states, this Monday the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) issued a public health alert. The culprit is raw chicken produced at three Foster Farms facilities in California. Luckily, proper handling of poultry can help prevent illness.
You might think kebabs are only fit for those faces with a more refined pallet, but guess what: they're not. Come hither and see why.
Follow Food Network's guide to crave-worthy grilled chicken, and cook up Marc Forgione's Marinated Chicken Thighs to serve at your weekend cookout.
Don't let spoiled food spoil the fun at your barbecue. Here are tips for keeping your meats and prepared dishes separated and at the right temperatures while you enjoy the summer sun.
"I started working out seven years ago," says Anthony Martin, the executive chef and partner at Tru in Chicago. "I wanted to make the health aspect of my life as important as my career."
Get Food Network's top-five recipes for moist, tender beer can chicken recipes.
Cook your chicken faster, and more evenly, with this trick.
This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week is a one-pot crowd-pleaser that will soon become a staple recipe in your home: Food Network Magazine's Skillet Rosemary Chicken.
Taco Bell’s beef claim isn’t the only deceptive marketing out there lately. Check out some other surprisingly shameless food claims and find out what you can do about it.