If it’s been a few days since you’ve had time to hit the grocery store and you’re facing a limited refrigerator and pantry, you’re in luck, because it’s still possible to turn out easy, family-friendly meals — and in a hurry, no less. What you need are these go-to recipes from The Kitchen to save mealtime. On this morning’s all-new episode, the cast introduces two simple ways to update recipes you know and love —chicken Parm and quiche — using just a handful of ingredients each. Read on below to see how Jeff Mauro and Sunny Anderson do it.
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What to Watch: Meal Makeovers on The Kitchen, and Guest Judges Richard Blais and Haylie Duff on All-Star Academyby Ricky Smith in Shows, March 25th, 2016
Now 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!
Chopped Champions returns on Tuesday, March 29 at 10|9c for Season 5 as 16 returning champions battle it out for a chance to earn the Ultimate Champion title and $50,000 in prize money. Four preliminary rounds will determine who gets a spot in the finale. But only one chef from among the four finalists will be named the winner. Who will rule the mystery baskets? Tune in to watch the competition unfold.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the 11 seasons of Cutthroat Kitchen, it’s that Alton Brown doesn’t play by anyone’s rules but his own. The sabotages he auctions off, the downright hilarious getups he dons and the Bobs he keeps on hand — it’s all part of an ingenious kind of evilicious he calls his own. After tonight’s all-new episode, Alton and the judge of the day, Jet Tila, took to the Cutthroat arena during the After-Show to try their hands at a particularly diabolical challenge: the jittery prep table. But in true evilicious fashion, Alton was quick to find a way to rig the table and nearly outsmart the sabotage.
It was only one year ago that the cast of The Kitchen first introduced its virtual Easter egg hunt, and now this fan-favorite contest is back with an all-new culinary prize pack being given away.
This year’s kitchen-ready Easter basket is full of three sought-after Le Creuset products: an expansive Dutch oven, a six-slot ceramic egg holder and a silicone spatula, all decked out in seasonal pastel hues. Want your chance to win this next-level Easter basket? Here’s how the giveaway works.
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.
On Cooks vs. Cons, only the competitors themselves know what kind of culinary background they’re bringing to the battle before them; not even the judges or host Geoffrey Zakarian have been told who’s a professional cook and who’s a kitchen con artist. The panel, like viewers at home, can only guess the contestants’ skill levels, but by watching their use of ingredients and their expertise (or lack thereof) with the tools they handle, the judges and fans alike can begin to deduce who are the masters and who are the novices among the group.
Now it’s your turn to learn what level of kitchen proficiency you would bring to the competition. Do you have what it takes to be worthy of the professional title, or are you a cooking con artist? Take the quiz below to find out. Read more
The little chefs are back — with just as much ambition and endless talent as before! The kids are taking over the Chopped kitchen for Season 2 of Chopped Junior, premiering on Tuesday, April 26 at 8|7c. Just as on the original Chopped, these young chefs will face cooking through three rounds of mystery baskets in a limited amount of time. But, one by one, the kids will be eliminated until just two remain to face off in the last round. The single winner will walk away with the $10,000 cash prize.
This season the roster of guest judges is also new. In addition to the rotating panel of regular Chopped judges, fans will see Jerome Bettis, Ayesha Curry, Haylie Duff, Jennie Garth, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Carla Hall, Tony Hawk, Eddie Jackson, Ali Larter, Kelsey Nixon, Andrew Rannells, Rico Rodriguez, Debby Ryan, Alison Sweeney and Christine Taylor, among others.
The holiday season just keeps on giving. This afternoon the James Beard Foundation announced its 2016 nominees for Book, Broadcast and Journalism Awards, and like in years past, Scripps Networks Interactive programming earned high industry praises.
Christmas at Bobby’s scored a nomination in the Specials category of the Broadcast Media Awards, alongside fellow nominees CBS Sunday Morning: The Food Issue: Eat Drink & Be Merry, which airs on CBS, and PBS’ Lidia Celebrates America: Home for the Holidays. Premiering in December 2015, Christmas at Bobby’s brought together Bobby Flay and some of his closest Food Network pals, like Alex Guarnaschelli, Katie Lee and Geoffrey Zakarian, at Bobby’s New York City apartment; they enjoyed a seasonal slumber party complete with eats, drinks and a game of Secret Santa. Missed the premiere? Check out behind-the-scenes photos to see what went down at Bobby’s place.