Green Energy Cleanse Juice from The Hot Plate

Revitalize with our signature green energy cleanse juice. Whether you are looking to incorporate more vegetables into your diet or want a healthy way to rediscover a cleaner diet, this juice has got your back. As some of our readers know, Amanda got engaged in February and her wedding date is approaching fast. To help get her dress ready she’s added 1-2 of these drinks a day to help nourish her body, keep energy high, and cleanse of unwanted toxins. How should you incorporate this into your diet? Each serving of this juice is less than 200 calories and packed with calcium and fibre from fresh vegetables and fruit. If you are not juice cleansing, consider serving it with a hard-boiled egg, a handful of almonds, or a spoonful of your favourite nut butter.

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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 2-3

Ingredients:

1 carrot
1 cucumber
2 Macintosh apples
2 large handfuls of spinach
1 handful parsley
1-inch ginger, peeled
1/2 lime, juiced
1/2 lemon, juiced

Directions:

  1. Wash and dry all of your ingredients. Do not peel. Roughly chop the carrot, cucumber and apples.
  2. In a blender, combine the carrot, apple, cucumber, spinach, parsley, ginger and juice of the lemon and lime.
  3. Add 1/2 cup of ice and 1/2 cup of filtered water and blend until liquified.
  4. Place a sieve (strainer) over a large bowl. Pour juice into the sieve and let the juice drain into the bowl. Using the back of a spoon, press the pulp against the sieve to squeeze out more juice.
  5. Do not stir inside the sieve or scrape pulp off the bottom of the sieve.
  6. Pour into a large sealable container to keep fresh in the fridge for up to three days.

amanda rivaAmanda Riva is the host of The Hot Plate, a free online cooking show dedicated to inspiring culinary confidence in new cooks. The Hot Plate also offers regular cooking tips and advice, how-tos, and information on seasonal ingredients.

Food Network Canada Faves: Sausage Recipes

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Whether you’re heading to the great outdoors this weekend or hosting a backyard BBQ, you can put your grilling skills to the test with these irresistible sausage recipes. Check out some of our favourites below!

Warm Sausage and Pepper Salad Recipe

Allen’s Spicy Sausage Burgers Recipe

Sausage and Pepper Heroes Recipe

Calzone with Italian Sausage and Olives Recipe

Italian Sausage and Tomato Kabobs Recipe

Sausage with Apple and Sage Recipe

Warm Sausage and Potato Salad Recipe

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Family Fun: Grilled Fruit Salad

It’s nothing new to throw fruit into a salad in order to add some nice texture, tang or sweetness. This month, when you can still buy sweet, tender peaches everywhere, I have been unable to resist any opportunity to do so. Still, I find that seasonal peaches need to be eaten right away or you’re soon left with some too soft, no-one-wants-to-touch-it fruit. In order to use up a little bit of my peach basket, I decided to grill a few.

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Recipe: Grilled Fruit Salad

Ingredients
1 peach per person
1 pear
olive oil or non-stick spray
salad mix (suggest: arugula)

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Grilling adds a smoky warmth to the peach’s juicy goodness. The fruit tastes perfect with some nutty, bitter arugula.

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You need about one peach per person; you can also do half per serving — chef’s discretion. Slice the peach in half and remove the pit; cut around it if it’s being stubborn.

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As I was getting the peaches ready I thought, “Wouldn’t it be nice to also have some crisp pear in the salad?” So I sliced one in half and cored it. (Note: sky’s the limit, here — you can also grill plums, nectarines, pineapple, etc.)

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Throw the fruit on a grill that’s been pre-heated to high. I clean and oil (or apply a non-stick spray to) the grate beforehand. The peaches need only a couple minutes until they begin to char. I gave the pear, which was fairly firm, a couple of extra minutes.

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Remove from the grill — and admire! You can use any dressing but one of the most simple, a drizzle of balsamic and olive oil plus a sprinkle of sea salt, perfectly matches the grilled fruit. I topped everything with some pine nuts. (And yes, of course you can skip the salad and head straight to the ice cream with your grilled bounty!!)

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Recipe: Grilled Fruit Salad

Ingredients
1 peach per person
1 pear
olive oil or non-stick spray
salad mix (suggest: arugula)

Instructions

  1. Halve your peaches and remove the pits.
  2. Heat your BBQ grill on high, oil lightly or spray with a non-stick spray.
  3. Put your fruit on the grill, cut-side down.
  4. Allow to cook for 2-3 minutes without moving. Once the fruit has some nice grill marks, remove and cool slightly.
  5. Slice onto a salad, serve over ice cream or yogurt, or even with oatmeal.

 

Sue_RiedlSue Riedl is a Toronto-based food writer with a passion for cheese who writes a column called The Spread for The Globe and Mail. She loves to push stinky cheese on her 4-year-old.

 

 

 

 

 

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Roger Mooking’s Food Adventures: Food Gone Wild in Texas

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Chef Roger Mooking recently traveled
to the United States and Jamaica, and returned with tons of photos and
stories about the incredible food culture. We hope you’ll be inspired
to explore different cuisines and exotic ingredients this summer. We’ll
be publishing a new post every Thursday over the summer, so stay tuned
and enjoy Roger’s ninth post below! Make sure to also check out
Roger’s latest solo album, Feedback, available on iTunes.

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Since my travels take me to the most remote and interesting parts of the world, I’m always seeking out new food and new fun. This time, I ran into a wacky little candy store in Bastrop, Texas, called The Sugar Shack. Candies that I haven’t seen in a few years like Laffy Taffy, Big League Chew and Gold Nuggets filled the shelves there.

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They also sell some hand-crafted chocolates, ice cream, and some old tin toys from the ‘50s, which added to the nostalgia. Needless to say, three of us spent a good 45 minutes in this store that was about 250 square feet and loaded with stuff, from floor to ceiling. After a great shoot day on set, it was still the highlight of our day and it was a side trip that was well-worth the impromptu pit-stop.
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These were some of the more interesting highlights of that adventure. On a side note, the “bacon
everything” trend can die anytime now. I’m just sayin’.

 

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Top 11 Herb Recipes

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If you’re thinking of cutting down your salt intake, today is the perfect day to start! It’s ‘More Herbs, Less Salt’ Day, and we’ve got plenty of herb recipes for you to choose from! You won’t need more than a pinch of salt, with herbs adding plenty of flavour, colour and nutrients to these dishes. Check out our top picks below.

 

Herb-Roasted Trout with Sweet Potato Frites Recipe

Herb-Roasted Chicken Breast Recipe

Herb-Crusted Lamb Leg with Potatoes Recipes

Layered Omlette with Parmesan and Herbs Recipe

Herb-Crusted Rack of Lamb Recipe

Herb and Garlic Pork Chops Recipe

Savoury Herb Muffins Recipe

Herb-Roasted Almonds Recipe

Herb and Chickpea Salad Recipe

Easy Herb-Roasted Chicken with Roasted Root Veggies Recipe

Herb and Pepper Crackers with Lime Avocado Spread Recipe

 

 

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3 Ingredients, 9 Ways

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You don’t have to travel all the way to Italy to treat yourself to the delicious flavours of tomato, basil and mozzarella. Whether you’re in the mood for a refreshing Caprese salad, or a hearty bowl of pasta, this classic flavour combo is sure to hit the spot.

Homemade Gnocchi with Smoked Mozzarella Recipe

Tomato Mozzarella Salad Recipe

Bruschetta Pizza Recipe

Caponata Mare e Monte Recipe

Spicy Olive and Sun-Dried Tomato Lasagna Recipe

Heirloom Tomato Pasta Bake with Fresh Tomato Sauce, Panzanella Salad and Insalata Verde Recipe

Buffalo Mozzarella and Tomato Pizza Recipe

Caprese Sandwich Recipe

Caprese Salad Recipe

 



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Top 5 Lemon Recipes

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When life gives you lemons…head into the kitchen! Lemons are incredibly versatile, making them an absolute staple in every household. From snacks to dinner to dessert, the opportunities really are endless. Check out our top 5 lemon recipes!

1. Lentil Soup with Preserved Lemons Recipe

2. Lemon Cream Tart Recipe

3. Lemon Chicken Lollipops Recipe

4. Sunshine Lemon Bars Recipe

5. Lemon Orzo with Baby Spinach and Feta Recipe

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Shrimp Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less

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Surprise! Last-minute dinner guests are on their way! The next time you find yourself in that dreaded situation, remember that shrimp is always a great option when you’re strapped for time. Whether your guests are half an hour away, or already in the neighbourhood, you can impress them with these quick and easy recipes!

30 minutes: Coconut Shrimp Balls Recipe
15 minutes: Brown Butter Shrimp Scampi Recipe
3 minutes: Salt and Pepper Shrimp Recipe
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Contest and Giveaway: CNE Tickets (Round 3)

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Time for the third and final round of our CNE
tickets giveaway! We love the Food Network Celebrity Stage at the CNE,
and we want you to go check out some of your favourite chefs in action!
The contest will be open until 2pm today, so get your answers in before then!

GIVEAWAY

We’ve got five pairs of tickets to give away. To enter, email us at  giveaways@foodnetwork.ca with the answer to the following question:

Which two Top Chef Canada alumni are wowing the crowds on the Food Network Celebrity Stage at the CNE this year? Check one of them out THIS weekend! 

 

Giveaway Rules
The following are the giveaway rules (“Rules”) for the CNE tickets (the “Giveaway”) being administered by Shaw Media (“Shaw”).

RULE 1. HOW TO ENTER
NO
PURCHASE NECESSARY. To enter, entrants must answer the question posted
above correctly, as determined by a Shaw representative. The Giveaway
shall run until August 27th at 2pm, after which time no answers will be considered.

RULE 2. SELECTION OF WINNER
Upon
completion of the Giveaway, a Shaw representative shall review the
answers submitted by each entrant to determine which entrant answered
the question correctly. From the entrants that correctly answered the
question, Shaw will randomly select the prize winner (“Winner”) and
provide the prize to the winner. For the purposes of this Giveaway and
the awarding of prize, these Rules shall govern in all respects and the
decision of any Shaw representatives shall be final.

RULE 3. PRIZE
There
are four prizes available to be won, which consist of two tickets to
the CNE (“Prize”). The approximate value of the Prize
is twenty-five dollars Canadian (CDN $25).

RULE 4. GENERAL
By participating in this Giveaway, you agree to
abide by these Rules and the decisions of Shaw in awarding the Prize,
which decisions shall be final and binding upon all entrants. Entrants
who have not complied with these Rules are subject to disqualification.
Shaw reserves the right to modify the Rules, before or during the
Giveaway, in its sole discretion, in any way at any time it deems
necessary or appropriate without materially affecting the terms and
conditions of this Giveaway. Interpretation of these Giveaway rules by
Shaw shall be final.

 

Personal information collected during the course of this Giveaway
shall be used by Shaw and its authorized representatives solely for the
purposes of conducting the Giveaway and awarding prizes, and will not be
used or disclosed for any other purpose unless required by law.

 The Prize is not transferable and not redeemable for cash, will not
be extended under any circumstances and must be accepted as offered
without substitution.
Employees of Shaw and its affiliates,
subsidiaries, related companies, advertising and promotional agencies
and the household members of any of the above, are not eligible to
participate in this Giveaway.

By participating in this Giveaway,
the Winner agrees that his/her name may be used in any and all forms of
media, without any further compensation by Shaw and waives all rights
(including moral rights) with respect to printed, broadcast and other
forms of publicity.


In the event of a dispute as to who submitted an electronic
entry, the entry will be deemed to have been submitted by the authorized
account holder of the e-mail address submitted at the time of entry.
“Authorized account holder” is defined as the natural person who is
assigned to an e-mail address by an Internet access provider, on-line
service provider or other organization (e.g., business, educational
institution, etc.) that is responsible for assigning e-mail addresses
for the domain associated with the submitted e-mail address.

Notwithstanding
the defined Contest Period, Shaw reserves the right, in its sole
discretion, to terminate the Giveaway, in whole or part, and/or modify,
amend or suspend the Giveaway, and/or these Rules in any way, at any
time, for any reason without prior notice. Interpretation of these
Giveaway


Rules by Shaw shall be final.


The Giveaway is subject to all applicable laws of the province of Ontario and the laws of Canada applicable therein.

 

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15 Fun Ways to Update Your Pizza

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When pizza’s good, it’s really good. When it’s bad, it’s still pretty good. And we’re about to make it even better! (Yes, it’s possible). There’s so much more to it than cheese and pepperoni; if you want to explore the endless possibilities when it comes to toppings and presentation, check out 15 suggestions below!

  1. Duck Confit Pizza Recipe
  2. Pizza Quiche with Caesar Salad Recipe
  3. Turkish Pizza Recipe
  4. Pizza Salad Sandwich Recipe
  5. White Pizza Recipe
  6. Twice-Baked Pizza Potatoes Recipe
  7. Pizza Pasta Recipe
  8. Grilled Apple Pizza Recipe
  9. Indian Pizza Recipe
  10. Japanese Pizza Pancakes Recipe
  11. Creamy Smoked Salmon Pizza with Peaches and Arugula Recipe
  12. Cold Vegetable Pizza with Hummus and Havarti Recipe
  13. Pizza Soup Recipe
  14. Dessert Pizza Recipe
  15. Strawberry Arugula Pizza Recipe

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New Channel – New Perspective

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Calling all Culinary Adventurers!

 

If you love thinking outside the takeout box, then you’ll love this! DTOUR™ – Canada’s newest lifestyle channel – has hit the air! Taking viewers off the beaten path with eye-opening drama, entertainment and extraordinary ideas that have yet to be revealed in the everyday world. Engaging personalities and exclusive content will tickle your curiosity and expand your horizons. Get ready for a fresh perspective on the world you thought you knew!

Tune in, get hooked and get hungry.

Then hit the road with the DTOUR team by following @dtourchannel on Twitter and keep up-to-date on Facebook with facebook.com/dtourchannel.

New Channel – New Perspective.

 

Food Network Canada Faves: Iced Tea Recipes

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There’s only a week left of National Picnic Month, and it wouldn’t be right to let it pass without mentioning the ultimate picnic beverage, iced tea. No, we’re not talking about buying a can at your local convenience store. You can make your own pitcher of homemade iced tea in a snap, so experiment with different flavours until you find your favourite! When it comes to iced tea recipes, pretty much anything goes!

 

Spiced Maple Iced Tea Recipe

Green Iced Tea Recipe

Lemon Lavender Iced Tea Recipe

Perfect Iced Tea Recipe

Homemade Peach Ice Tea Recipe

 

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6 New Ways to Cook a Classic Breakfast Recipe

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All-day breakfast: it’s got to be the culinary gods’ greatest gift to diners across North America.

In the spirit of National Picnic Month, we’ve been salivating over the classic components of a morning smorgasbord and how to turn a blue-plate breakfast into portable dishes.
Mixing and matching eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes and toast gives you endless ways to take breakfast-in-bed to go, and will have you skipping the greasy spoon for homemade takeaway every day!

Check out our favourite 6 ideas from the Food Network Canada recipe collection, and let us know how you’re hitting the road with breakfast in tow.

1. Quiche Lorraine  2. Bacon, Egg and Mashed Potato Meat Pie

3. Sausage and Cheese Frittata  4. Eggs Benedict Deviled Eggs

5. Potato & Cheese Perogies  6. Savoury Bacon & Cheese Muffins


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Family Fun: Charred Corn with Basil Butter

August is always corn-on-the-cob month for me. Seeing the stalls while driving up North, we always stop and pick up some corn for the cottage or to bring back home. I have always been intrigued by charred corn — the kind you’d see at a taco stand — but until I tried to do it myself, I didn’t realize how simple it was to achieve the same sweet, smoky, nutty flavours in my own kitchen.

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Recipe: Charred Corn with Basil Butter

Ingredients
corn (1-2 per adult)
¼ cup butter (1 stick), room temperature
handful basil leaves (about 10)
sea salt

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Grab some corn, fresh as possible. Serving size is easy: as many as you think the family can eat.

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Here’s the job for the kids: shucking. Try and get as much of the silk off as possible, so it doesn’t burn.

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With the BBQ on high, add your corn — just as it is. I close the lid and check it every five minutes to turn it once one side starts to blacken. It usually takes about 15-20 minutes to get most of the corn charred nicely.

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For the kids, you can serve the corn with basil butter. Simply take some room temperature butter and, in a small bowl, mix in some fresh chopped basil and a bit of sea salt. For adults, you can do the same thing — but add some lime and chili powder to the mix.

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Recipe: Charred Corn with Basil Butter

Ingredients
corn (1-2 per adult)
¼ cup butter (1 stick), room temperature
handful basil leaves (about 10)
sea salt

Instructions

  1. Turn the BBQ to high.
  2. If your corn still has the husk on t, peel and discard, removing all the fine silky strands as well (to prevent burning).
  3. Place the corn on the BBQ and close the lid.
  4. Check every five minutes or so to turn the corn as it blackens.
  5. Meanwhile mix a stick of room temperature butter with a handful of chopped basil. You can do this in a small bowl using a fork. Season with sea salt to taste.
  6. Serve the hot corn with the basil butter.

 

Sue_RiedlSue Riedl is a Toronto-based food writer with a passion for cheese who writes a column called The Spread for The Globe and Mail. She loves to push stinky cheese on her 4-year-old.

 

 

 

 

 

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10 Chickpea Recipes to Make Your Heart Happy

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Vegetarian or not, we’ve got 10 delicious chickpea recipes that will have you saying, “Peas, Sir, may I have some more?”

And if you want more we have a gallery of even more chickpea recipes! Every pantry has a can (or three) of chickpeas ready and waiting. Their neutral flavour and lean nutritional value makes them the “chicken of legumes.” This humble and healthy ingredient adopts any flavour you stir, stew or fry them with, so swivel your spice rack while you’re at it and give some of these international dishes a go!

1. Falafel Recipe

2. Classic Hummus Recipe

3. Moroccan Tagine Recipe

4. Chickpea & Chorizo Tapas Recipe

5. Indian Curry Recipe

6. Roasted Chickpea Snack Recipe

7. Veggie Burger Patty Recipe

8. Harira Recipe (Traditional Ramadan Soup)

9. Chickpea Ragu Recipe

10. Baked Samosas Recipe

 

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Roger Mooking’s Food Adventures: Cajun Crawfish in Louisiana

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Chef Roger Mooking recently traveled
to the United States and Jamaica, and returned with tons of photos and
stories about the incredible food culture. We hope you’ll be inspired
to explore different cuisines and exotic ingredients this summer. We’ll
be publishing a new post every Thursday over the summer, so stay tuned
and enjoy Roger’s eighth post below! Make sure to also check out
Roger’s latest solo album, Feedback, available on iTunes.
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The South and I have a love/hate relationship. I love the hospitality and the food history, but there are other dubious parts of the history that are unsettling and certainly still quite prevalent today. I will spare the history lesson but will not spare the food story.

The crew and I rolled into Ville Platte, Louisiana, after a long day of driving from our previous city – Bastrop, Texas. We got lucky on the way and made a detour into Houston for some delicious Indian food (go figure).
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Our hotel was situated right next to a crawfish shack that was closing up for the day. I knocked on the door to discover that they had just closed – until the owner saw my sad face and decided to serve us the last of his crawfish (I learned that trick from my kids; it works on me every single time). We quickly ordered 4 pounds of boiled Crawfish and checked into our rooms.
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Irene, our Executive Producer, and I burst into in my room and unleashed the bag of spicy, briny little mud bugs. We ate them all (2 pounds each), even though the whole time she was guzzling soda to combat the spice, and I was dealing with the salt overload that is quite common in the south. I’ve found they like their savory foods salty and their sweet stuff ultra sweet. If you have ever had sweet tea in the South, then you know what I mean.
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Top 5 Baked Potato Recipes

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We couldn’t let National Picnic Month come to an end without a post about one of our favourite outdoor treats! All it needs is some alone time over the campfire or grill to turn into the crowd-pleasing side dish we know and love. Check out our top 5 baked potato recipes!

Twice-Baked Pizza Potatoes Recipe

Stuffed Baked Potatoes Recipe

Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes Recipe

Fire-Baked Potato with Moroccan Cream Recipe

Poutine-Baked Potatoes Recipe

 

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Contest and Giveaway: CNE Tickets (Round 2)

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Time for round 2 of our CNE tickets giveaway! We love the Food Network Celebrity Stage at the CNE, and we want you to go check out some of your favourite chefs in action! The contest will be open until 2pm today, so get your answers in before then!

GIVEAWAY

We’ve got five pairs of tickets to give away. To enter, email us at  giveaways@foodnetwork.ca with the answer to the following question:

Which Chopped Canada judges are hitting the FNC stage at the CNE this summer? Check one of them out THIS weekend! 

 

Giveaway Rules
The following are the giveaway rules (“Rules”) for the CNE tickets (the “Giveaway”) being administered by Shaw Media (“Shaw”).

RULE 1. HOW TO ENTER
NO
PURCHASE NECESSARY. To enter, entrants must answer the question posted
above correctly, as determined by a Shaw representative. The Giveaway
shall run until August 21st at 2pm, after which time no answers will be considered.

RULE 2. SELECTION OF WINNER
Upon
completion of the Giveaway, a Shaw representative shall review the
answers submitted by each entrant to determine which entrant answered
the question correctly. From the entrants that correctly answered the
question, Shaw will randomly select the prize winner (“Winner”) and
provide the prize to the winner. For the purposes of this Giveaway and
the awarding of prize, these Rules shall govern in all respects and the
decision of any Shaw representatives shall be final.

RULE 3. PRIZE
There
are four prizes available to be won, which consist of two tickets to
the CNE (“Prize”). The approximate value of the Prize
is twenty-five dollars Canadian (CDN $25).

RULE 4. GENERAL
By participating in this Giveaway, you agree to
abide by these Rules and the decisions of Shaw in awarding the Prize,
which decisions shall be final and binding upon all entrants. Entrants
who have not complied with these Rules are subject to disqualification.
Shaw reserves the right to modify the Rules, before or during the
Giveaway, in its sole discretion, in any way at any time it deems
necessary or appropriate without materially affecting the terms and
conditions of this Giveaway. Interpretation of these Giveaway rules by
Shaw shall be final.

 

Personal information collected during the course of this Giveaway
shall be used by Shaw and its authorized representatives solely for the
purposes of conducting the Giveaway and awarding prizes, and will not be
used or disclosed for any other purpose unless required by law.

 The Prize is not transferable and not redeemable for cash, will not
be extended under any circumstances and must be accepted as offered
without substitution.
Employees of Shaw and its affiliates,
subsidiaries, related companies, advertising and promotional agencies
and the household members of any of the above, are not eligible to
participate in this Giveaway.

By participating in this Giveaway,
the Winner agrees that his/her name may be used in any and all forms of
media, without any further compensation by Shaw and waives all rights
(including moral rights) with respect to printed, broadcast and other
forms of publicity.


In the event of a dispute as to who submitted an electronic
entry, the entry will be deemed to have been submitted by the authorized
account holder of the e-mail address submitted at the time of entry.
“Authorized account holder” is defined as the natural person who is
assigned to an e-mail address by an Internet access provider, on-line
service provider or other organization (e.g., business, educational
institution, etc.) that is responsible for assigning e-mail addresses
for the domain associated with the submitted e-mail address.

Notwithstanding
the defined Contest Period, Shaw reserves the right, in its sole
discretion, to terminate the Giveaway, in whole or part, and/or modify,
amend or suspend the Giveaway, and/or these Rules in any way, at any
time, for any reason without prior notice. Interpretation of these
Giveaway


Rules by Shaw shall be final.


The Giveaway is subject to all applicable laws of the province of Ontario and the laws of Canada applicable therein.

 

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August Premiere Week

 

The end of summer is fast approaching, and what better way to ease into the change of seasons than with your favourite hosts and shows? Check out our jam-packed premiere week schedule! For more info on our great new shows, follow the links below to check out the show pages.
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Cutthroat Kitchen: Series Premiere – August 25 at 10PM ET|PT

Restaurant Impossible: New Season – August 26 at 10PM ET|PT 

Chopped: New Season – August 27 at 9PM ET|10PM PT

Food Court Wars: Series Premiere – August 27 at 11PM ET|8PM PT 

Restaurant Takeover: New Season – August 28 at 9PM ET|6PM PT 

Mystery Diners: New Season – August 29 at 10PM ET|7PM PT 

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives: New Season – August 30 at 10PM ET|PT 

The Shed: Series Premiere – August 30 at 10:30PM ET|PT

Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Home Cooking: New Season – August 31 11:00AM ET|8AM PT

 

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Tuna Recipes in an Hour or Less

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Love tuna but tired of serving up the same old sandwich time and time again? Fear not; you can make a variety of different tuna-based dishes that are sure to please the whole family. Whether you’ve got 5 minutes or 60, we’ve got a recipe for you!

1 hour: Tuna Casserole Recipe with Rice and Caesar Salad 

25 mins: Pepper-Crusted Tuna Steak with Teriyaki Sauce and Wasabi Smashed Potatoes 

5 mins: Bungalow Tuna Burger

 

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