What to Watch: Celebrating Tomato Season on The Kitchen and Bold Flavors from the Grill with Bobby Flay

by in Shows, August 22nd, 2014

The Kitchen on Food NetworkGet ready for some bold summer recipes and all-new competition this weekend on Food Network. First, join Trisha Yearwood as she cooks up her favorite Southern staples with a twist on Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. Next, The Kitchen is all about summer’s most-popular vegetable, the tomato — or is it a fruit?

On Sunday, Ina Garten plans a potluck on Barefoot Contessa, and Giada De Laurentiis whips up recipes from her new restaurant on Giada at Home. Bobby Flay mixes up a bold menu on Barbecue Addiction: Bobby’s Basics. Then, enjoy three hours of your favorite competition shows with new episodes of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, The Great Food Truck Race and Cutthroat Kitchen.

Trisha’s Southern Kitchen: Southern Basics with a Twist

Trisha’s cooking up some classic Southern dishes with a fun Trisha twist. Her sister, Beth, joins in to help make BPT (bacon, jalapeno pimento cheese and fried green tomatoes sandwiches), Sour Cream and Bacon Deviled Eggs, and Banana Pudding Cake.

Saturday 10:30a|9:30c

The Kitchen: Tomato Time

Geoffrey Zakarian starts out a day of tomato loving with the ultimate open-faced BLT with tomato, roasted bacon and avocado. Jeff Mauro cooks up a fried green tomato Parmesan sandwich for lunch. Farmer Lee Jones shares his expert tomato tips and helps Sunny Anderson make a beautiful chilled red summer soup with heirloom tomatoes, watermelon and strawberries. It’s the best of tomato season on this episode of The Kitchen.

Saturday 11a|10c

Barefoot Contessa: Potluck Party

Ina’s sharing potluck-party secrets with local farmers Katie and Amanda, who are throwing a start-of-season bash. There’s Easy Tomato Soup and Cheese Croutons for lunch, then a master class in grilled lemon chicken with broccoli and bow tie pasta, crowd-pleasing wheat berry and farro salad, and an incredible food table setting down at the farm.

Sunday 10a|9c

Giada at Home: Giada’s Vegas Favorites

Giada makes a handful of recipes from her new restaurant in Las Vegas. The dishes are Italian with a California twist, like Chicken Marsala Meatballs, Lemon Spaghetti with Jumbo Shrimp, and Tuscan Rib-Eye Steak.

Sunday 10:30a|9:30c

Barbecue Addiction: Bobby’s Basics – Bold Flavor Barbecue

Chef Bobby wakes up his taste buds with a bold menu: He’s mixing up a spicy marinade for a juicy Jerk-Rubbed Beef Tenderloin and toasting spices for Grilled Smashed Potatoes with Toasted Cumin Vinaigrette. Plus, he’s making a sweet-and-sour dressing for a bright tropical-style slaw, and he mixes up a refreshing hibiscus-flavored Agua de Jamaica.

Sunday 11a|10c

Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off: The Chopped Challenge

This week, the kids are challenged on their knowledge of ingredients. In the Mini Challenge, they must decipher ingredients while blindfolded. Then, it’s a Chopped-style Main Challenge, where a video message from Ted Allen introduces their head-to-head Mystery Basket Challenge, judged by Chopped judge and Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli!

Sunday 8|7c

The Great Food Truck Race: Hot Doggin’ It in Tucson

Tyler Florence greets the teams in Tucson, Ariz., where they must come up with a creative marketing campaign. Later, they must put their twists on a local hot dog favorite, with the top sellers winning bonus cash. The next day, the teams must create and perform a catchy jingle at the Tucson Folk Festival.

Sunday 9|8c

Cutthroat Kitchen: The Eggs-orcist

One chef must make a lobster roll using a roll submerged in a lobster tank, and someone is given a rather unusual chocolate platter for a chocolate cake.

Sunday 10|9c

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Comments (8)

  1. Kat says:

    OMG, what is up with Sunny's hair? That's just not good!

  2. J Duncan says:

    where is the recipe for the roasted tomato J Maura did? I did not see that

  3. jamie says:

    my thought's, exactly, with the above mentioned comment about sunny's hair.
    she is such a pretty girl, which other pictures have shown, but this harsh contrast in color coupled with this puffed-out large amount of hair is "unbecoming" on her, to see it politely. too, and above all, it looks unsanitary to have someone preparing food with all that untamed hair on top of the ingredients. i lose my appetite when i watch this. sorry, sunny…..but use a little common sense….and that goes for the producer of the show too……speak up man ! and make some recommendations to the talent.

  4. jamie says:

    loved the BLT from GZ. he is such a class act for the show, an iron, master chef, and raises the standard that the others cannot do yet at this point in their careers. i really watch the show for GZ and what he adds each week. only really knowing one side of him – the one on chopped, i really like watching the kitchen and seeing all the personalities interact.

  5. Deanna55 says:

    Pls put a hairnet on Sunny Anderson's head

  6. kmm says:

    Every show seems to have Katie's long hair in front of at least one shoulder. Not sanitary with food and makes me change the channel.

  7. Bud says:

    Stop the clapping and cheering already!

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