The Kitchen Food Network

The Kitchen Food Network

Learn how to make an easy Al Pastor-style pork tenderloin. Then, food hacks are put to the test, and two delicious tomato summer side dishes. Actress Melissa Gilbert shares her fried chicken recipe and Food Network Star finalists Jay Ducote, Eddie Jackson and Dom Tesoriero compete for the best poolside snack. Plus, tips for your next pool party and a summer twist on a Bloody Mary.
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The Kitchen Food Network

Season 6, Episode 12 Pool Party Learn how to make an easy Al Pastor-style pork tenderloin. Then, food hacks are put to the test, and two delicious tomato summer side dishes. Actress Melissa Gilbert shares her fried chicken recipe and Food Network Star finalists Jay Ducote, Eddie Jackson and Dom Tesoriero compete for the best poolside snack. Plus, tips for your next pool party and a summer twist on a Bloody Mary.
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The Kitchen Food Network

Naomi Groleau February 5, 2016 It involves food.. it’s perfect. No seriously though, I love this app. I love the convenience of looking through all the chef’s choices and recipes and just picking what I want to make. The pictures are drool worthy and the recipes themselves are very well explained and detailed 🙂 thumbs up Food Network! Full Review
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The Kitchen Food Network

Brenda Hicks March 12, 2016 Food Network Star’s This Recipe Program is wonderful. It’s great if you are in a hurry, not at home and need a recipe, or just want to try something new. Every recipe that I have tried came out great, which is an achievement in itself! I have tried recipes from other sources without good results. Give it a try, you will seriously like it! Full Review
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The Kitchen Food Network

Food Network Star’s This Recipe Program is wonderful. It’s great if you are in a hurry, not at home and need a recipe, or just want to try something new. Every recipe that I have tried came out great, which is an achievement in itself! I have tried recipes from other sources without good results. Give it a try, you will seriously like it! Full Review
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The Kitchen Food Network

Don Graham October 3, 2015 The recipe box doesn’t work properly If my wife sends a link to me, specifically “throw away the bread machine instructions”, a recipe on the food network, I see it in my browser but if I put that in a search in the app, I get no results, so I can’t see it in the app. I am therefore unable to put it in my recipe box. So I signed in on the Web browser. I then saved it in my recipe box through that. Now if I go into my app, my recipe box does NOT contain this recipe. The login is therefore useless. Also I have saved recipes in the past, gone! Full Review
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The Kitchen Food Network

The recipe box doesn’t work properly If my wife sends a link to me, specifically “throw away the bread machine instructions”, a recipe on the food network, I see it in my browser but if I put that in a search in the app, I get no results, so I can’t see it in the app. I am therefore unable to put it in my recipe box. So I signed in on the Web browser. I then saved it in my recipe box through that. Now if I go into my app, my recipe box does NOT contain this recipe. The login is therefore useless. Also I have saved recipes in the past, gone! Full Review
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The Kitchen Food Network

At the end of a long day, it can feel daunting to walk into the kitchen and stare down a complex, multi-step recipe when all you want is some dinner. But, of course, despite the time crunch, you’re still craving a satisfying meal — and perhaps a sweet treat too. The good news: You can, in fact, enjoy all the food you want while retaining your weeknight sanity. The secret is to take a few welcome shortcuts, both in terms of store-bought ingredients and tools that make the process of prep work speedy and simple. On this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the cast showcased an entire menu of weeknight-friendly recipes, and with those how-tos came helpful kitchen hacks. Read on below for all the details.
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At the end of a long day, it can feel daunting to walk into the kitchen and stare down a complex, multi-step recipe when all you want is some dinner. But, of course, despite the time crunch, you’re still craving a satisfying meal — and perhaps a sweet treat too. The good news: You can, in fact, enjoy all the food you want while retaining your weeknight sanity. The secret is to take a few welcome shortcuts, both in terms of store-bought ingredients and tools that make the process of prep work speedy and simple. On this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the cast showcased an entire menu of weeknight-friendly recipes, and with those how-tos came helpful kitchen hacks. Read on below for all the details. 1. Save time with store-bought ingredients. Sunny Anderson’s Honey Chipotle Chicken Wet Burrito (pictured above) can be on the table in a hurry, thanks in large part to a ready-to-go rotisserie chicken. By starting with already cooked meat — chicken that’s juicy and tender straight off the bone — she cuts her prep time significantly, though she doesn’t sacrifice taste or texture. Similarly, a can of honey-chipotle beans goes a long way in boosting the flavor of the hearty filling, while a flavor base of adobo sauce, barbecue seasoning and fresh scallions adds homemade comfort. Read more
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Cozy up with The Kitchen as we serve your favorite comfort food dishes! Geoffrey Zakarian makes savory Short Ribs, then Jeff Mauro has two twists on Chicken Pot Pie. Get the verdict on just how bad your kitchen habits are, then the hosts are passing the Buffalo Mac and Cheese. Katie Lee shares her Italian Style Meatloaf, and Keavy Landreth and Allison Kave from the bar Butter and Scotch stop by to show the perfect way to pair a cocktail with dessert.
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– Enable our widget called Daily Bites to start your day off with fun food trivia, cooking tips and related recipes.- Check out new videos that show you how to prep ingredients, make delicious recipes and learn about new food trends.
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What’s New in Version 5.4.1 – Enable our widget called Daily Bites to start your day off with fun food trivia, cooking tips and related recipes.- Check out new videos that show you how to prep ingredients, make delicious recipes and learn about new food trends.
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If your 2017 resolutions involve bettering your bottom line, this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen was for you. Money-saving tricks were the name of the game, as the co-hosts introduced not only good-to-know ideas for repurposing often-discarded food scraps, but also top tips for stretching leftovers. After Jeff Mauro put a hefty corned beef to work as the star of his slow-cooker supper, Geoffrey Zakarian and Katie Lee stepped in to bring the remnants of that meal — the meat and the veggies — to life in breakfast and lunch. Read on below to get all three recipes, then check out more of their low-cost, big-flavor plates right here.
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If your 2017 resolutions involve bettering your bottom line, this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen was for you. Money-saving tricks were the name of the game, as the co-hosts introduced not only good-to-know ideas for repurposing often-discarded food scraps, but also top tips for stretching leftovers. After Jeff Mauro put a hefty corned beef to work as the star of his slow-cooker supper, Geoffrey Zakarian and Katie Lee stepped in to bring the remnants of that meal — the meat and the veggies — to life in breakfast and lunch. Read on below to get all three recipes, then check out more of their low-cost, big-flavor plates right here. Dinner: Slow-Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage Who says you can eat corned beef on St. Paddy’s Day alone? Jeff turns it into the centerpiece of his anytime dinner (pictured above), letting the slow cooker do the work of infusing the beef with flavor and turning out moist, tender results. The secret to Jeff’s recipe is a sachet; this cheesecloth baggie is full of such bold ingredients as coriander seeds, mustard seeds and garlic cloves, and as the meat, carrots, potatoes and cabbage simmer, they absorb those craveable tastes. Read more
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When it’s blustery and cold outside, few things will do the job of warming you up quite like a hearty casserole. But thanks to hectic schedules (and the ability to go from hungry to hangry in just a few minutes), there’s not always time to settle into the kitchen to prepare one. Enter: A timesaving solution. On this morning’s all-new episode of The Kitchen, the co-hosts introduced a duo of chicken pot pies, but neither was presented in the traditional big-batch format. Instead, these brand-new recipes put an individual-serving spin on the pot pie, proving that this tried-and-true favorite can be transformed in a speedy way. Read on below for two weeknight-friendly takes on pot pie, each a can-do meal fit for the whole family.

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