All Posts By Ricky Smith

What to Watch: The Kitchen’s Cinco de Mayo Celebration and the Finale of Guy’s Grocery Games Redemption

by in Shows, April 29th, 2016

Triple G Redemption Finalists

This weekend, spice things up alongside your favorite chefs as they celebrate spring and Cinco de Mayo. First up, on Saturday morning Ree Drummond is using tequila in all-new recipes like spiked tortilla soup and an epic cheese dip. After that, The Kitchen is hosting a Cinco de Mayo celebration complete with sombrero-shaped tortilla chips and a spicy hummus.

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What to Watch: The Kitchen’s Cheesiest Show Ever and Rainbow Desserts on Spring Baking Championship

by in Shows, April 22nd, 2016

The Kitchen Co-Hosts with CheeseWhile the weather warms up outside, your favorite chefs are warming up some of their favorite indulgences. First up: cheese! On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is hosting a dinner for the ladies who have helped her open a mercantile store in her building. She’s serving up jalapeno cheese bread alongside a cheesy take on cauliflower soup. After that, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are celebrating cheese with a 10-cheese mac and cheese as well as a nacho volcano from Food Network Star Justin Warner.

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What to Watch: The Pioneer Woman Answers Fan Questions and The Kitchen Co-Hosts Share Restaurant Secrets

by in Shows, April 15th, 2016

Marcela and Sunny on The KitchenEver wonder how your favorite chefs make their food taste and look so good? Tune in this weekend as Food Network chefs reveal secrets from their own kitchen, their time working at restaurants and more. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond is answering her fans’ most-asked questions while she makes Mexican chicken soup and white sandwich bread from scratch. Then, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are spilling the secrets restaurants use to make your food taste more delicious, while making potato chip-crusted salmon and a pickle-brined pork chop.

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What to Watch: Steakhouse Favorites Recreated on The Kitchen, and the Premiere of Spring Baking Championship

by in Shows, April 8th, 2016

Spring Baking Judges

It’s not always easy to give up buying lunch at work or going out for dinner after a long day, but you’re much more likely to resist if you’ve got satisfying recipes that you can make on your own time. That’s why, this weekend, the chefs you trust most are sharing their ideas for meals that promise restaurant quality without hours of fuss. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond is making four lunches that are sure to get you through the afternoon, including a new take on spicy chicken and a Hawaiian beef sandwich. Then, Trisha Yearwood is thinking up new dishes to make while she’s on tour, like redesigned mozzarella sticks and a burger with beer cheese sauce. After that, the co-hosts on The Kitchen are re-creating steakhouse favorites like an herb-roasted rib eye with roasted shallots and that tableside Caesar salad you can never pass up.

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What to Watch: Italian Classics on The Kitchen and the Finale of All-Star Academy

by in Shows, April 1st, 2016

All-Star Academy Finalists
This weekend is the perfect time to start a new tradition with your family as your favorite Food Network chefs continue their own. On Saturday, Trisha Yearwood keeps up with one of her favorite hobbies—building houses with Habitat for Humanity. She’s serving lunch for the crew, including baked potato soup and an epic biscuit sandwich. After that, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are sharing their traditional Italian recipes, like olive oil cake and limoncello.

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What to Watch: Meal Makeovers on The Kitchen, and Guest Judges Richard Blais and Haylie Duff on All-Star Academy

by in Shows, March 25th, 2016

Haylie Duff and Richard Blais on All-Star AcademyNow that spring has officially arrived, it’s the perfect time to try something new, like new recipes from your favorite chefs. On Saturday morning, don’t miss an all-new episode of The Kitchen, with meal makeovers that lighten things up for the new season, plus new five-ingredient recipes you can make any night of the week (like this take on chicken Parm). Katie Lee’s also sharing her secret recipe for making Alfredo sauce with cauliflower!

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What to Watch: Springtime Eats on The Kitchen and Guest Judge Adam Richman on All-Star Academy

by in Shows, March 18th, 2016

Katie Lee and Marcela Valladolid

This weekend, spring officially begins and so does the one-week countdown to Easter. Fear not, because your favorite chefs are prepared with fresh recipes that’ll help you spring into the new season and get your table set for celebration. First up, Ree Drummond is making a spread of brisket, homemade almond crackers and an amped-up angel food cake. Then, Trisha Yearwood is hosting a recipe swap and sharing her lightened-up tomato bisque and a new take on avocado toast. Next, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are celebrating Easter with an Easter Bunny Cake and sharing new ideas for DIY decorations for spring. After that, Valerie Bertinelli is whipping up shepherd’s pie and a special dessert for her neighbors.

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What to Watch: An All-Burger Night on Grocery Games, and Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian on All-Star Academy

by in Shows, March 11th, 2016

Alex, Geoffrey and ScottThis weekend, don’t miss all-new recipes from your favorite chefs as they celebrate old traditions. First up on Saturday morning is Ree Drummond with comforting meals her family is always asking for, including Tamale Pie and Bean and Bacon Soup. Then, Trisha Yearwood is reminiscing with her sister, Beth, as they make “Barbie-Q” Chicken Sliders and all the fixings to go along with them. After that, The Kitchen co-hosts are celebrating Pi Day with everything from traditional pies to a Sliced Pie Cocktail from Geoffrey Zakarian.

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Cozy Up to These Extra-Cheesy Sandwiches

by in Recipes, March 10th, 2016

Mac and Cheese Grilled CheeseWhen it comes to sandwiches, you can skip the bread in favor of a wrap or skip the meat in favor of hearty veggies, but you absolutely, positively cannot skip the cheese. It’s the glue that holds everything together and usually the best part of any between-the-bread meal, so do yourself a favor and indulge in one of these masterfully cheesy creations.

Mac and Cheese Grilled Cheese (pictured above)
No need for spoons with your mac and cheese when you’ve got Jeff Mauro’s recipe. Refrigerate a sheet of mac and cheese before you add two slices of bread, more cheese and bacon. Cheese level: expert.

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What to Watch: Restaurant Favorites on The Kitchen, and Katie Lee and Jeff Mauro Guest-Judge on All-Star Academy

by in Shows, March 4th, 2016

Katie Lee and Jeff Mauro on All-Star Academy
This weekend, it’s all about getting restaurant-quality eats in your own kitchen so you can get excited about what you’re eating. First up on Saturday morning, Bobby Flay is sharing an on-the-go brunch menu to help you eat heartier in the morning without needing extra time. Don’t miss his easy omelet burrito and cheddar-bacon waffle sandwiches on a new episode of Brunch @ Bobby’s. After that, The Kitchen co-hosts are spilling restaurant secrets that will make your food taste better, plus recipes for stuffed-crust pizza and crispy fish tacos.

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