January 26, 2018 Editor 0Comment

Published January 26, 2018 Fox News Facebook Twitter Email Print  (Thomas Boemer) Prep Time 10min Cook Time 35min Total Time 45min Servings 12 You can’t go wrong with a Super Bowl snack created by a chef who knows how to feed hungry football players. Thomas Boeman, the chef and co-owner of Revival and Corner Table in Minneapolis, has actually served lunch for the Minnesota Vikings on two different occasions — once directly before a game, and then again after the team invited him back for seconds. When it comes to feeding fans, however, Boeman suggests a recipe that even a…

December 19, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Michael Levin | Fox News Facebook Twitter Comments Print Email  (iStock) You might think you’re reading The Onion, but here’s breaking news that’s not fake: Italy has petitioned a United Nations agency to give Neapolitan pizza World Cultural Heritage status. More than 2 million Italians, who clearly have far too much time on their hands – or too much pizza in their hands – have signed a petition requesting this special status for a special food. The United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will vote Monday in Seoul, South Korea, on this critically important international issue –…

November 13, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Anna Stockwell | epicurious Facebook Twitter Comments Print Email Thanksgiving: 5 things you didn’t know Before you sit down for your festive feast this Thanksgiving, amaze your guests with some fun turkey trivia. Here’s 5 things you probably didn’t know about Thanksgiving. Maybe you have to work on Thanksgiving Day. Or maybe you don’t, but you’d rather use your day off to catch up on precious sleep than spend eight hours (or, hey, three days) in the kitchen. Maybe you hadn’t planned on hosting Thanksgiving dinner at all, but all of the sudden, you have to. Or maybe you’ve planned…

August 31, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Katherine Sacks Published August 31, 2017 There’s only a few weeks before summer ends: Don’t spend them grilling sub-par corn.  (iStock) When it comes to end-of-summer cooking, all we want to do is grill, grill, and grill some more. Which generally means corn with every meal, because you pretty much can’t have a cookout without grilled corn on the cob. But when it comes to making grilled corn, backyard barbecuers have many opinions about just how to do it. Some people toss the cobs raw on the grill, some boil them first, some wrap them in foil, others cook them in…

August 11, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Emily Johnson Published August 11, 2017 Yes, it can be done. And yes, it tastes just fine.  (iStock) Why would you want to learn how to cook rice in the microwave? After all, the microwave method is only marginally faster than using the stovetop. But, some think this method actually produces better rice. Plus, there’s the convenience factor. You can microwave, serve, and even eat your rice out of one container, eliminating at least one dish to clean. Plus, you won’t have to deal with all of the rice stuck at the bottom of your pot as you do with the stovetop…

April 4, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Bon Appétit Published April 04, 2017 Facebook Twitter livefyre Email Print Medium-low heat is the key to the fluffy, creamy, melty texture of these eggs.  (Alex Lau) We believe strongly that “putting an egg on it” transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we’ve turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble. We know what you’re thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a plate of scrambled eggs, no. But if you want uniformly golden, soft-on-the-verge-of-custardyscrambled eggs, then yes. Here’s how we do…

March 24, 2017 Editor 0Comment

Published March 23, 2017 FoxNews.com Facebook Twitter livefyre Email Print NOW PLAYINGCooking with ‘Friends’: The Emanuel family’s spanakopita Can a creamy, salty decadent comfort food also be a little bit good for you? Just add some greens. Fox News Channel’s chief congressional correspondent and senior political correspondent stopped by “Fox & Friends” Thursday to share a family favorite recipe for spanakopita—a cheesy, spinach pie that’s a favorite in Greek restaurants around the world. Emanuel’s wife said that cooking together isn’t just about whipping up something to eat. It’s a great way to pass the time with family. “You know, we…

February 3, 2017 Ralph Smith 0Comment

share pin tweet Clockwise from top left: The Wicked Noodle, An Edible Mosaic, Eclectic Recipes By Michael Bartiromo | February 1, 2017 It’s often said that variety is the spice of life, and that’s true in many cases — just not on Super Bowl Sunday. As everybody knows, buffalo sauce is the preferred spice of life on Super Bowl Sunday, hands down. READ: New Study Says Guys Who Like Spicy Food Have More Testosterone That being said, you can still inject a little variety into your game-day gathering by swapping out a tray of buffalo wings for a different buffalo-drenched…

January 23, 2017 Ralph Smith 0Comment

share pin tweet Photo courtesy of Stephanie Meyer By FOX News Magazine | January 20, 2017 Would you believe us if we told you that the sauciest, most delicious wings you’ll ever taste can come together in just one pot? RECIPE: Sriracha Wings With Wasabi Aioli Don’t take our word for it. Simply ask Andrew Zimmern, also known as the mastermind behind these sticky, finger-licking-good, one-pot chicken wings. And thankfully, he’s happily dishing out his beloved recipe. While the chef is best recognized for savoring adventurous cuisine on “Bizarre Foods,” Zimmern also has a flair for whipping up familiar, comforting…

November 22, 2016 Ralph Smith 0Comment

share pin tweet She Wears Many Hats; Damn Delicious, Culinary Hill, Rasa Malaysia By FOX News Magazine | November 21, 2016 There are only a handful of Thanksgiving dishes anyone actually enjoys, and they’re listed as follows: turkey, potatoes, stuffing, and absolutely nothing else. We might take a few spoonfuls of green bean casserole or cranberry sauce too, but that’s only because we feel guilty, or because it looks pretty next to the foods we wantto eat. Besides, if green beans or cranberry sauce were so good, we’d prepare them more than once per year — but they aren’t, so…