It's Baking Month on Food Network!

Join Duff Goldman and the gang in a string of shows dedicated to our favourite pastime: baking!

This recipe was passed down to us from a friend over a decade ago, and we adjusted the curd to be extra zingy!
Even Duff Goldman would want in on these.
This not-so-naughty spiced loaf is given a nutrient and moisture boost with sweet potato, which also makes it slower in energy release.
Banana and caramel are one of life's great pairings. Add to this a boozy ice-cream to cut through all the sweetness and you've struck dessert magic, friends.
Spain's Crème Catalan (or Crème Catalana) is similar to a crème brulee, but is often flavoured with cinnamon or lemon. 

Born to Cook: Jack Stein Down Under

The son of Rick Stein has recently taken over nine of the Stein restaurants - join him on this exciting adventure across the sunburnt country!

The second generation Stein is leading the family's restaurant empire into its next chapter and starring in an all new Aussie food series.

Gin-cured trout

Just about every culture has their own version of a dish like this, probably because it's a light, bright, party pleaser.
Cooking lettuce may sound strange, but once the leaves hit the pan, all their beautiful natural sugars are released.
The charming British chef has taken charge of the nine restaurants under the Stein umbrella of his celebrity father Rick. Join him on countless Aussie adventures!
Browning the butter in the anglaise (vanilla cream) gives this tart warmth, richness and a slight nuttiness - the perfect pairing for the gooey figs.

Cooking with Jack

From fresh raw dishes to hearty roasts and memorable desserts - Jack's light and simple recipes will lift your cooking game.

Widely popular in Asian cooking, yuzu is a Japanese citrus that imparts a floral aroma and bracingly tart zest into this abalone dish.
This is a nod to Harry’s Bar in Venice, the home of the original carpaccio dish.
Widely popular in Asian cooking, yuzu is a Japanese citrus that imparts a floral aroma and bracingly tart zest into this abalone dish.
True to its name, this pave is rich and velvety. The best part? You don't have to hunt down any exotic ingredients, and you can make it ahead of time.
The American comfort food classic is given a new lease on life with the luxurious addition of truffles.