Archive for FoodNetwork SmartBlogs

Birds Eye® Frozen Produce recently launched its Step Up To The Plate program and announced its partnership with Disney to market vegetables to kids. Through aligning Step Up To The Plate with Disney’s Magic of Healthy Living TRYathlon Road Tour, Birds Eye and Disney hope to get the message to kids on why it’s important to eat vegetables and establish a well-balanced diet from the get-go.[…] Continue Reading »

For food people, Thanksgiving is like the Super Bowl. For an event that’s such a big deal, Food Network’s social media director, Kate Gold, and online editor, Sarah De Heer, wanted to include everyone.

So they started a social media campaign that was inspired by how food brings everyone together. They called it the Communal Table and asked everyone to #pullupachair.[…] Continue Reading »

The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show rolled through Washington, D.C., during the weekend, bringing with it celebrity chefs, presenters and hundreds of exhibitors who showed off wares including kitchen utensils and gourmet food. The event was the show’s sixth in the nation’s capital.

Chef Paula Deen celebrated her fifth year with the D.C. show. The host of Food Network’s “Paula’s Best Dishes” and “Paula’s Home Cooking” spoke to a packed Celebrity Theater at the Walter E.[…] Continue Reading »

Every week, Restaurant SmartBrief editors scour the Internet for the breaking news and best-practices stories that restaurant owners and managers need to make their businesses smarter. However, every week, hundreds of fascinating food, beverage and restaurant stories don’t make the cut. Here are a few of my favorite stories from the past week that didn’t make the newsletter:

  • Video: Amy Sedaris dresses up in Chipotle wrappers in this sponsored Funny or Die sketch, reposted by Eater.
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