By: Grant Dudley
Brevity can be a good thing. With that in mind, my overall summation of last night's show is this: They laughed, Whitney cried, she went home — and we now have our final four!
The remaining rival chefs head to a comedy club to cook up some humor in the form of all-star dishes that are made with a heaping helping of improvisation.
Caption this photo of Food Network's Alton Brown on Food Network Star, then tune in Sunday, June 9 at 9pm/8c to find out what he's saying.
For six years now Robicelli’s Bakery in Brooklyn has turned out millions of brownies, cookies, whoopie pies and what many people flatteringly call the city’s best cupcakes. It’s spawned a cookbook and some notoriety. And yet we are still married, with our ninth Valentine’s Day upon us. Being married to your spouse isn’t all cupid and cupcakes, though.
Parmesan crisps look fancy, but they're actually just cheese and crackers for the lazy. You get the crunch of a cracker plus big cheese flavor in one — and they're super easy to make.
Find out how Spunky Monkey Bar and Grill is doing after its transformation on Food Network's Restaurant: Impossible.
In advance of the Sandwich King's new Web series, we asked him about his most-memorable cooking blunders — and how you can fix kitchen mistakes that aren't actually so bad.
Watch the finale of Chef Wanted and the premiere of Giving You the Business tonight on Food Network.
If your morning routine usually means skipping breakfast, resolve to start eating the most important meal of the day, every day this year.