Enjoy this lucky New Year's Day meal from Chef Anthony Logerfo of the Publix Aprons Cooking School.
Turkey is a tradition for many during the holidays, but instead of roasting it in the oven, Dr. BBQ says he’s found a great way to spice it up on the grill and it's also perfect for Friday’s game between the Vikings and the Saints.
Have you finalized your Christmas menu yet? Don't forget something to munch on while waiting on the ham or turkey.
It seems like every celebrity chef, including FOX's own Gordon Ramsay, has a high-end steakhouse in Las Vegas. And in Los Angeles, there's a famous fast-food chain that definitely knows the "ins and outs" of the burger business.
Dr. BBQ explains how to make this week's dish, a belly-warming chowder you can cook on the grill or the stovetop for the Patriots-Rams matchup
Last week's Dallas-Baltimore game was re-scheduled a couple of times and will finally be played tonight. Dr. BBQ grilled up this special Tuesday edition of Taste of TNF.
If you wind up having leftover sweet potato or corn after Thanksgiving, you can use it to make another delicious side dish.
If you're looking for a twist on a traditional Thanksgiving side dish, the Publix Apron's cooking school has this one for your family.
On this week’s Thursday Night Football, one team is from the Desert Southwest and the other is from the Pacific Northwest. Both regions are famous for their unique style of food, so Dr. BBQ saw this an opportunity to create a recipe that's a little crazy, but full of flavor.
There's an old saying: "Everything’s better with bacon." And if you believe that's true, then Dr. BBQ has got the perfect recipe for you to celebrate tonight’s Thursday Night Football matchup.
In San Francisco, restaurants all across the city specialize in seafood. And in Green Bay, the easiest way to please is by adding some cheese. That inspired Dr. BBQ to fire up the grill and create a snack that's worthy of tonight's contest between the Packers and 49ers on Thursday Night Football.
Thursday nights are perfect for sitting back, getting comfortable, and catching some NFL football on FOX. And since your getting comfortable, Dr. BBQ decided it was time to cook up some southern-style comfort food.
Learn to make stuffed Jack-O'-Lanterns and zombie fingers.
Giants and Eagles fans are both passionate about their teams and they're usually bitter rivals. But one thing they do have in common is an appetite for great food. For tonight’s Thursday Night Football matchup, Dr. BBQ decided to take something Philly is famous for and give it a New York City spin.
Last week's Thursday night game between the Chiefs and the Bills was at first postponed, then moved to Monday. Despite all of the craziness, our Dr. BBQ discovered fans are still hungry for football any day of the week.
Learn to make Halloween truffles.
This week marks the return of Thursday Night Football on FOX. To accompany this Tampa-Chicago matchup, Dr. BBQ cooked up this combination of the cities' two most famous dishes, Cuban sandwiches and hot dogs, respectively.
Learn to make scary steak tacos with creepy corn on the cob and wicked wile rice.
Learn to make grilled BBQ baby back ribs.
Chinese Hot-Pot is a social and communal cooking method.