Bobby's Last-Minute Appetizers
Learn Chef Bobby Flay's favorite recipes for twists on summer dips like guacamole, hummus and salsa, plus more ideas from Food Network.
The serving temperature of wine is like the weather conditions in a city: Small differences can vastly change your attitude about what's in front of you. The following guidelines will cast your wine in the most flattering light.
Hosting a get-together this summer? Whether you're doing an informal outdoor barbecue or an evening cocktail party, we've got you covered on how to best calculate the amount of food and drinks you'll need to plan the right size soiree.
Sangria, a mixture of wine, fruit, sweetener and sometimes liquor, is capable of bringing such happiness that science should consider classifying it as an antidepressant. Here are some guidelines to make sangria as uplifting as it can be.
Learn about how to make sun tea from Food Network using a glass pitcher, regular tea leaves and a homemade simple syrup.
Having a party next week and don't know which wine to buy? Or how much? Follow these wine tips to make your party tops.
Stocking a bar doesn't have to break the bank. Start with the basics, and build from there. Assess your bar supplies each season and before each planned party. In the warmer months, think beer, white wine and light spirits.
The famous hostess throws a waterfront cocktail party for some of her biggest fans.
Design your dream dessert: This easy recipe leads to dozens of possibilities.
The aromatherapy of summer is the sweet perfume of a fired-up grill, accompanied by wine that complements whatever happens to be sizzling and smoking above the coals.