Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

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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Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

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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Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

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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Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

The Kitchen is doing a pantry makeover just in time for spring! Sunny Anderson turns microwavable rice into Chicken Fried Rice Casserole, Katie Lee makes an easy Berry Crisp Dump Cake, and author Hilaria Baldwin stops by to make a delicious grain bowl and teach some kitchen yoga moves. Plus, the hosts upcycle cans into can creations and make predictions on new pantry ingredients that will be popular this spring. Then, Jeff Mauro makes an easy pantry bar snack and Geoffrey Zakarian uses ingredients from the pantry to make a Party in My Pantry cocktail.
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Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

Season 12, Episode 11 Spring Pantry The Kitchen is doing a pantry makeover just in time for spring! Sunny Anderson turns microwavable rice into Chicken Fried Rice Casserole, Katie Lee makes an easy Berry Crisp Dump Cake, and author Hilaria Baldwin stops by to make a delicious grain bowl and teach some kitchen yoga moves. Plus, the hosts upcycle cans into can creations and make predictions on new pantry ingredients that will be popular this spring. Then, Jeff Mauro makes an easy pantry bar snack and Geoffrey Zakarian uses ingredients from the pantry to make a Party in My Pantry cocktail.
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Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

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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Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

Today’s New Year’s Eve, and for many, the party to welcome 2017 will happen tonight (and into the wee hours of tomorrow). But for others, the celebration goes down tomorrow in the form of a casual Jan. 1 brunch. If you would like to get your brunch on but are worried about waking up tomorrow and having to work in the kitchen, plan to host a “Lazy Brunch,” like what the co-hosts showcased on The Kitchen this morning. Check out their top tips for an easy, enjoyable get-together that’s ideal for easing your way into 2017.
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Foodnetwork.com The Kitchen

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. Read more
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Today’s New Year’s Eve, and for many, the party to welcome 2017 will happen tonight (and into the wee hours of tomorrow). But for others, the celebration goes down tomorrow in the form of a casual Jan. 1 brunch. If you would like to get your brunch on but are worried about waking up tomorrow and having to work in the kitchen, plan to host a “Lazy Brunch,” like what the co-hosts showcased on The Kitchen this morning. Check out their top tips for an easy, enjoyable get-together that’s ideal for easing your way into 2017. Who says you need fancy flapjacks or elegant eggs to win the brunch game? Opt for a “Toast to the New Year” Toast Bar (pictured above) to keep it simple for yourself and satisfy the crowd. Offer brunchgoers an array of breads, spreads and toppings — think traditional and creative ideas alike, including mashed avocado, ricotta and smoked salmon — then let them help themselves when it comes to building up their bread. Click here to find additional ingredient ideas and a fuss-free way to make poached eggs, if that’s more your style. Read more
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Fresh ingredients, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian’s juicy pork chops with spring vegetables; Marcela Valladolid’s apple peel snacks; and Jeff Mauro’s veggie-top pesto. French fries get two new twists with Sunny Anderson’s matchstick fries with mint; and K (more…)Fresh ingredients, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian’s juicy pork chops with spring vegetables; Marcela Valladolid’s apple peel snacks; and Jeff Mauro’s veggie-top pesto. French fries get two new twists with Sunny Anderson’s matchstick fries with mint; and Katie Lee’s Parmesan green beans fries. Also: churro cupcakes; and a cocktail in honor of DIY Network’s Vanilla Ice, who stops by to share kitchen makeover tips and give an impromptu performance.
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The KitchenClaude Monet is the finest restaurant in Moscow. Chef is a genius – and a drunk. The owner is a gangster. The waitresses are sexy, the cooks are half- (more…) The KitchenClaude Monet is the finest restaurant in Moscow. Chef is a genius – and a drunk. The owner is a gangster. The waitresses are sexy, the cooks are half- (more…) The KitchenClaude Monet is the finest restaurant in Moscow. Chef is a genius – and a drunk. The owner is a gangster. The waitresses are sexy, the cooks are half- (more…) The Kitchen, Season 10Five savvy food experts share lively conversation and delicious recipes.
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Start off the New Year healthy with help from The Kitchen, as Jeff Mauro shares his recipe for a lightened-up Stuffed Mushroom Lasagna and Katie Lee makes her delicious Cauliflower Fried Rice. Learn about the new healthy trends that are sweeping the nation, including a new vegetable toast. Then, the Pass the Burrito Bowl is jam-packed with healthy and delicious ingredients before the gang finishes with a guilt-free Superfood Milkshake.