What to Watch: A Weekend of Classic Recipes and Culinary Competition

by in Shows, January 18th, 2013

Guy's Big BiteThis weekend it’s all about cooking classic recipes with a twist, budget-friendly ideas and hard-core competition on Food Network.

On Saturday, both Paula Deen and Trisha Yearwood have a few Southern classics to share with friends and family. On Barefoot Contessa, Ina’s still on vacation in California and she’s meeting up with Tyler Florence for a date, then it’s off to a picnic with Jeffrey. On Giada at Home, Giada’s sharing her budgeting tips for making three meals out of one chicken.

Start Sunday morning off with a Cuban feast on Guy’s Big Bite. In the evening it’s off to the diner on Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off followed by an international battle on Iron Chef America.

Paula’s Best Dishes: “Reinventing Southern Favorites

Country singer Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town joins Paula in the kitchen to work on reinventing some of their favorite Southern recipes. They make Chicken Pot Pie With Cheese Straw Crust, Kimberly’s Fried Green Tomatoes With Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing and Strawberry Basil Lemonade.

Tune in: Saturday, January 19 at 9:30am/8:30c

Trisha’s Southern Kitchen: “Family Fish Fry

Trisha hosts her entire family for a backyard fish fry, a classic Southern event. The cornerstone of Trisha’s menu is Pete’s Catfish, which wouldn’t be complete without a whole lot of sides including Mama’s Cornmeal Hushpuppies, Home-Style French Fries and Fourth of July Coleslaw. To finish off the meal, everyone enjoys a classic dessert of Peach Cobbler With Homemade Whipped Cream.

Tune in: Saturday, January 19 at 10:30am/9:30c

Barefoot Contessa: “Good Stuff

Ina and Jeffrey are still on vacation in California and Ina’s got a fun day ahead of her. For an alfresco lunch, Ina’s making Roasted Asparagus and Prosciutto. Later in the day she has a date with Tyler Florence, who’s showing her his secret for making a perfect steak. Then Ina’s off to San Francisco to shop for all the ingredients she needs for a sunset picnic with Jeffrey.

Tune in: Saturday, January 19 at 11am/10c

Giada at Home: “Chicken Three Ways

Giada shows you how to turn one chicken into three budget-friendly dishes that you can enjoy any night of the week. Her recipes include Garlic-Roasted Chicken and Root Vegetables, Risotto With Bacon and Kale, Curried Chicken and Apple Wraps and Salad With Roasted Root Vegetable Vinaigrette.

Tune in: Saturday, January 19 at 11:30am/10:30c

Guy’s Big Bite: “Craving Cuban

Guy is preparing a Cuban feast for his friends. The star dish of the table is Mojo Cuban Sandwiches, piled full of roast pork, sliced ham, Swiss cheese, pickles and Dijon mustard. On the side, Guy has Caesar Salad With Homemade Dressing, made with fresh eggs from his chicken coop. And to drink there’s Havana “Fresca” Mango Daiquiris, packed with fresh fruit.

Tune in: Sunday, January 20 at 10:30am/9:30c

Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off: “Bright Lights, Big Classics

For their next challenge, the celebrity teams take over Mel’s Drive-In on Sunset Boulevard. They must reinvent three classic diner sandwiches and serve the customers. The diners will get to vote on which team wins the challenge. In the end, the bottom two contestants from the losing team must face off in a blind-tasting challenge to determine who is eliminated.

Tune in: Sunday, January 20 at 9pm/8c

Iron Chef America: “Forgione vs. Kittichai

It’s Iron Chef America vs. Iron Chef Thailand in this international competition between Iron Chef Forgione and Iron Chef Kittichai, who is back for redemption after having lost to Iron Chef Batali in Battle Lentils. Judges are Judy Joo, Martin Yan and Eden Grinshpan.

Tune in: Sunday, January 20 at 11pm/10c

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