What to Watch This Weekend: Home Made in America with Sunny Anderson and Halloween Wars

by in Shows, October 5th, 2012

home made in america with sunny anderson
Beginning this Saturday, October 6, you can watch Sunny Anderson embark upon a new journey in her second show, Home Made in America with Sunny Anderson. Follow Sunny as she travels through Baton Rouge, La., Oklahoma, North Carolina, Texas and New York tasting delicious home-cooked creations as she moves across the country. Sunny demonstrates that there is more to food besides preparation and flavor — there is also a story. Throughout the season Sunny will not only try the most-celebrated recipes in the cities she visits, but she will also meet the cooks behind the creations. These cooks will share their inspirational stories and also their own secrets and tips. Tune in to this daytime series at 9:30am ET/PT on October 6 so that you can be a part of the journey.

Get the recipes from the most recent episode of Home Made in America.

On Sunday the second season of Halloween Wars is back with even more frightening feats to be accomplished by five new teams. Watch as groups — each made up of a candy craftsman, talented cake decorator and a pumpkin-carving artist — compete for survival in this four-episode Halloween special. The first challenge begins this Sunday, October 7, when you can watch the teams put their talents to use in order to create the most-frightening clown imaginable. The groups will be judged by a panel including accomplished cake decorator Shinmin Li; award-winning makeup artist, actor and director Tom Savini; and this week’s guest judge, Shawnee Smith of the movies Saw and Anger Management. One by one the competition will fall and as in any horror show you are left to wonder, who will be the last team standing? For those eager to watch the terror begin, the premiere will have a special showing on October 7 at 7pm ET/PT.

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Comments (70)

  1. cherrycooks says:

    For anyone looking for the recipes: Locate Sunny on the FN hosts photo slideshow. Click on Sunny's picture, then "Home Made in America". The recipes appear in the comments below the article.

    Bon Appetit!

  2. HI all… This is Sunny Anderson. So sorry it took longer than it should to get the recipes up. We as a team were all pretty surprised they weren't posted right away, sometimes there's a glitch in the matrix. I am not in charge, I just do the work and hope things turn out as planned. The recipes are up now and I just want to thank everyone that patiently waited. :-) Please tune in this week for more great recipes, stories and yes, recipes online ;-)

    • Irma Saud says:

      I just saw the last half of your new show. I love the idea of going to real homes and show casing real family recipes. I will make sure I do not miss another one of your show. I have always like you and I look forward to seeing you on Foodnetwork a long time.

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