The March 2015 murders of ‘Food Network Star’ contestant, Cristie Codd, her husband Joseph and their unborn child have been resolved. Robert Jason Owens of NC confessed to horrifically killing the family, burning their bodies and then attempting to cover it up. Get the awful details.
‘Dessert First’ pastry star Anne Thornton has been sliced off Food Network faster than you can say cake. Why? Because she’s been accused of stealing her recipes from cookbooks and chefs like the Barefoot Contessa and Martha Stewart.
Her Sweetness Anne Thornton has got a lot of ‘splainin’ to do. The higher-ups at the Food Network have discovered several of her recipes from both her first and second season of Dessert First are almost exact replicas from other chefs’ recipes, and therefore, had no choice but to give her the boot.
Hey, Hollymoms! Every day this week we’re sharing a new recipe from our favorite celebrity chefs that would be perfect to stir up this Christmas! Pat and Gina Neely are the king and queen of southern BBQ and these Food Network stars definitely know their meat and what works well with it. Whether you’re roasting a turkey, chicken, ham or some fish, their Holiday Cornbread Stuffing is the perfect side dish. Enjoy!
These tasty mushroom morsels pair perfectly with cocktails. Enjoy!
Hey, Hollymoms! Every day this week we’re sharing a new recipe from our favorite celebrity chefs that would be perfect to stir up this Christmas! Whether you’re having a cocktail party or a four-course meal, Food Network star Rachael Ray‘s Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms will be a welcome addition to your menu. You’ll probably want to bake up a double batch, as we’re sure they’re going to be a crowd favorite!
Walnuts and pomegranate seeds transform these little green globes into a stellar vegetarian side dish.
Hey, Hollymoms! Every day this week we’re sharing a new recipe from our favorite celebrity chefs that would be perfect to stir up this Christmas! Today we’re taking vegetables to a whole new level with the help of Food Network‘s Bobby Flay. He sure does know his way around the kitchen, and thanks to his creativity we have found a way to make brussels sprouts festive and tasty! Even the most veggie-phobic diner should enjoy these.
You can whip up a batch of this creamy, comforting soup in just 40 minutes! Enjoy!
Hey, Hollymoms! Every day this week we’re sharing a new recipe from our favorite celebrity chefs that would be perfect to stir up this Christmas! Today we’re talking comfort food and what could be better than a steaming bowl of soup? Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis‘ Butternut Squash Soup with Fontina Cheese Crostini will warm your heart and soul after a long day of shopping or shoveling snow. Even the pickiest eater will come back for seconds, we promise!
Hey HollyMoms, every day this week we’re sharing recipes from our favorite celebrity chefs that we think would be perfect to serve on Thanksgiving. Today it’s Guy Fieri’s Pear and Pomegranate Salad with Gorgonzola and Champagne Vinaigrette! Delicious!
If you’ve been looking for a salad that’s going to make your friends and family sing your culinary praises this holiday season, your search is over. Food Network star Guy Fieri may spend most of his time in diners, drive-ins and dives, but he’s at his best when he’s in the kitchen! His Pear and Pomegranate Salad is super special thanks to a generous dose of Gorgonzola cheese and a champagne vinaigrette. Add this colorful course to your Thanksgiving menu, then sit back and enjoy all the compliments.
Hey HollyMoms, every day this week we’re sharing recipes from our favorite celebrity chefs that we think would be perfect to serve on Thanksgiving! Today it’s Rachael Ray’s Autumn Potato Gratin! Yummy!
Food Network star Rachael Ray is the queen of quick cooking. And as we all know, HollyMoms, Thanksgiving is no time to be slaving away over difficult dishes. We have found the perfect potato side dish from Rachael. Her Autumn Potato Gratin can be whipped up in under and hour and uses just eight ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. We think you and your family will consider this a new fall favorite. Enjoy!
Hey HollyMoms, every day this week we’re sharing new recipes from our favorite chefs that would be perfect to serve on Thanksgiving! Today it’s Paula Deen’s hot cranberry cider!
Food Network star Paula Deen of Paula’s Home Cooking shares her recipe for a delicious hot cranberry cider! If your family is in the mood for a tasty drink to warm their souls this holiday season, Paula’s cider is the perfect choice! Just follow these simple directions and you will have a scrumptious drink, that can be made even better with a splash of spirits, to share with your loved ones on Turkey Day! Enjoy!
Guy proves he can host more than just a cooking show with his latest gig on NBC’s ‘Minute to Win It!’
Chef and TV personality Guy Fieri has come a long way from his days as a reality show winner — he’s now a reality show host. After winning The Next Food Network Star he got his own shows, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy’s Big Bite on the Food Network, but that was just the beginning!
The Barefoot Contessa has her knives out for Jen!
Jennifer Garner is finding out the hard way that there are things in life that money and fame just can’t buy. The actress had high hopes that her A-list name would help in getting her onto one of her favorite cooking shows, the Food Network’s Barefoot Contessa.
Alas, the Contessa herself, Ina Garten, wasn’t having it.