Food Network is filling up your Thanksgiving Day menu with multiple ways to prepare your turkey and plenty of side dishes, desserts and drinks to accompany! Rachael Ray, Alton Brown, Sandra Lee and Bobby Flay are all airing Thanksgiving specials this week.
What has Sarah East learned from keeping up with the interviews with Food Network's celebrity chefs?
Alton Brown thinks discussing race with food is unavoidable.
Ted Allen needs to do a Food Detectives episode on Green Eggs and Ham.
Bobby Flay is lying about not being a sore loser.
Rachael Ray or Bobby Flay? Who's restaurant will grill the better burger? Will Michael Symon's new place in Milwaukee or Detroit be more popular? Meanwhile you've got new digs from Cat Cora and Guy Fieri!
Videos of all assortments have been sent in by wannabe celebrities in hopes of being the Next Food Network Star! There's potential for an extremely interesting season five with everything from a man on his motorcycle to ladies drunk off wine; an aphrodisiac cook to a monkey puppet! And who knows, maybe the season winner could result in that Asian chef we've been looking for!
If you haven't started your holiday gift shopping then why wait any longer?? The Food Network has all you could possibly want for you kitchen--and more--from every chef product including Rachael Ray, Paula Deen and Giada de Laurentiis!
Do you ever reminisce the days of watching Food Network years ago and then wonder where in the world some of those chefs have gone? The Rachael Ray Show and her 30 Minute Meals seem to run the spotlight, but look a little further and you'll see some of your favorite chefs are still out there sharing their best tips and recipes.
Thanksgiving was only the beginning of Food Network's extensive holiday programming specials. We've still got all of December to get through with Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas and New Years! Dear Food Network continues to give us holiday specials with Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Giada de Laurentiis and more, while many of the other shows have their own specials worth checking out.
Food Network seems to always have some new programming in store for its viewers! ALMOST Next Food Network Star Adam Gertler will be on the airwaves, as well as Ted Allen filling more airspace with reality contest show Chopped. Dinner Impossible fans can look forward to the return of Robert Irvine in March. AND Rachael Ray has a Latino surprise for us with Daisy Martinez!
Who on the Food Network is going to give us the down low on the best food and cooking ideas for Hanukkah when none of the chefs are Jewish themselves? Sandra Lee and others are going to try and give you fried food and sweet recipe advice anyway.
Why is it when Sarah searched Kwanzaa on Food Network she found Sandra Lee and Alton Brown? What happened to African American culture? Either way Sarah looks into what Chef Jeff Henderson, Sunny Anderson and others do have to offer for the holidays.
How early does a chef have to start in the kitchen to become Food Network material? Sarah East takes a look way back at some of Food Network's most popular chefs: Guy Fieri, Rachael Ray and Michael Symon.