by Nora Horvath in Shows, July 22nd, 2016
by Nora Horvath in Shows, July 15th, 2016
Tune in this Saturday for entertaining tips as Food Network chefs try out new recipes on old friends. Kick things off at noon with Valerie Bertinelli as she puts on a low-cost barbecue complete with Barbecue Grilled Chicken and an icy Lemon-Basil Granita. After, Patricia Heaton is throwing a boozy brunch party for one of her friends. On the menu is fresh Tropical Fruit Parfaits and Iced Raspberry Prosecco Cocktails.
Then on Sunday, get the popcorn ready and put your feet up for back-to-back episodes of Food Network Star. First, see which eliminated finalist is making a comeback on Star Salvation; hosts Alex Guarnaschelli and Eddie Jackson put the contestants through a six-week challenge to see who deserves a second shot at Stardom. Then, the four finalists battle it out for a chance at shooting a pilot with the help of Season 2 winner Guy Fieri. After that, amateur cooks and professional chefs battle it out on Cooks vs. Cons. The contestants must create pro-worthy dishes that incorporate cherries, and the winner will bring home some serious bacon.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, July 8th, 2016
This weekend, reminisce on fond food memories with your favorite Food Network chefs. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond and her daughter Paige are re-creating their favorite teatime foods from their trip to New York, including mini quiches and Lemon Raspberry Tarts. Next, the hosts of The Kitchen are hosting a summer cookout with all their favorite summer dishes, including Salmon Burgers with Kale Slaw and White Peach Sangria. After that, Valerie Bertinelli and her husband, Tom, are putting new twists on retro foods like Tuna Noodle Casserole and Cherry Cheesecake Pie. Then head down to Patricia Heaton’s place, where she’s turning back time to throw a camp-inspired party complete with Foil-Packet Corn and S’mores Cast-Iron Pie.
Then on Sunday, former Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off stars compete in a special episode of Guy’s Grocery Games where they’ll have to keep their allowances in mind while they compete in a brand-new “Groceryland” board game. Next, the Food Network Star finalists will need to impress the judges when they throw holiday-themed parties. After that, Geoffrey Zakarian challenges the Cooks vs. Cons competitors to make a delicious surf-and-turf dinner with a sticky surprise ingredient.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, July 1st, 2016
Stay in this weekend as your favorite Food Network stars cook up their favorite stay-at-home meals. First up, Ree Drummond bought chicken in bulk and is showing you three different ways to prepare it, including Broccoli, Chicken Pie and Chicken Kale Caesar Salad. Next, the hosts of The Kitchen are keeping it cool and cooking stove-free with recipes like Mojito and Microwave Asparagus and Slow-Cooker Thai Mussels. After, Valerie Bertinelli’s spending the day home alone, and she’s cooking up Smoky Cheddar Cheese Crackers and Roasted Artichoke Hearts Provencal from her pantry staples. Last, Patricia Heaton is bringing the taste of Spain to her kitchen as she puts together tasty tapas treats like Puff Pastry-Wrapped Chorizo and a refreshing white sangria.
Then on Sunday, four young, up-and-coming chefs go head-to-head for a chance to win $20,000 on Guy’s Grocery Games. Next, the finalists on Food Network Star will have to whip up a five-course meal consisting of indulgent guilty-pleasure favorites. After that, Geoffrey Zakarian is back with an all-new season of Cooks vs. Cons, where heavyweight chefs battle it out with amateur cooks in two delicious challenges.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, June 24th, 2016
It’s red, white and barbecue this weekend on Food Network as all your favorite stars gear up for July 4th. Kick things off with Ree Drummond as she whips up 16-minute meals that are perfect for hot days, including Pasta with Pesto and Peas and juicy Mediterranean chicken skewers. Then, head down to the Hudson Valley as Nancy Fuller puts on a party for her friends, complete with summertime favorites like Corn Dog Bites and a Fresh Pasta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette.
Next, the cast of The Kitchen is showing you how to cook up their Independence Day favorites, including Sunny’s Classic Barbecue Chicken and three easy sundae sauces for the best Fourth of July dessert bar. After that, Valerie Bertinelli is throwing a festive girls’ party, complete with a fix-it-yourself catfish taco bar and refreshing watermelon cocktails. Round the morning off with Patricia Heaton as she hosts an all-American backyard barbecue, including Americana staples like Double-Loaded Cheeseburgers and sweet and savory Baked Beans with Apples and Onions.
Then on Sunday, head down to Flavortown Market for a summer-themed episode of Guy’s Grocery Games, where the contestants will have to cook an all-American meal featuring varied items from the store’s star-spangled sample tables. Next, the finalists on Food Network Star will have to team up and throw a festive tiki party, complete with an island-inspired menu. After that, Guy’s digging in at the best barbecue spots in America on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, June 17th, 2016
The summer is starting to heat up, and your favorite chefs are prepared with recipes that will keep things cool in the kitchen. On Saturday, spend the afternoon with Valerie Bertinelli and her friend Faith Ford as they try some new warm-weather recipes. It’s just too hot to turn on the oven, so Valerie opts for a Lobster Club Sandwich, Savory Refrigerator Pickle Spears and a Lemon Icebox Cake.
Then bring your sweet tooth down to Flavortown Market on Sunday for a dessert-themed episode of Guy’s Grocery Games. The contestants will have to wow the judges with decadent desserts that include tricky savory ingredients. Next, the Food Network Star finalists will have to impress Giada De Laurentiis, Bobby Flay and guest judge Duff Goldman with their edible art creations. After, the finalists will try their hands as guest hosts of the segment “Will It?” with Rhett and Link, co-hosts of the YouTube channel Good Mythical Morning.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, June 10th, 2016
Celebrate the dads in your life this weekend with ideas from your favorite Food Network chefs. First up, Ree Drummond’s dad is retiring after 45 years in medicine, so she’s making him a dinner of all his favorite foods, including Burgundy Beef Stew and Mini Chocolate-Cherry Bundt Cakes. Then on Farmhouse Rules, Nancy and her grandkids are putting on a special Father’s Day putt-putt golf event, featuring a decadent surf-and-turf dinner for the whole family. After, Valerie Bertinelli is cooking up a hearty meal for the men in her life with some new recipes, including Chipotle Cheeseburgers with homemade barbecue sauce and her Mom’s Onion Rings.
Then on Sunday, tune in as four dads duke it out on Guy’s Grocery Games as they compete for the chance to bring home $20,000. To win big they’ll need to decipher grocery lists made up of emoji symbols and putt for their protein in a round of Grocery Golf. After, the finalists on Food Network Star work to create a NASCAR-worthy tailgate meal, and guest judges Katie Lee and Chef Robert Irvine will help decide who gets sent home.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, June 3rd, 2016
Stay in this weekend with your favorite Food Network stars as they show you how to cook their tried-and-true favorites. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond is fixin’ a Tex-Mex lunch complete with Rib Eye Quesadillas for Ladd and Cowboy Tim as they get to fixin’ the fence outside. Then head over to Valerie Bertinelli’s house, where she’s cooking up appetizers and mixing Vodka Cucumber cocktails for her Hot in Cleveland co-stars Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White before they head out to dinner. Keep watching for Patricia Heaton Parties, where Patricia’s throwing a ’70s-themed bash for some of her childhood friends.
Then on Sunday, head down to Flavortown Market for a new episode of Guy’s Grocery Games. Guy Fieri is shaking things up for the contestants with a few spins around the Food Wheel in every single round. After, stay tuned for a new episode of Food Network Star, where the finalists will have to handle curveballs thrown at them by YouTube sensation Hannah Hart and Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson as they prepare a special tableside dining experience in an upscale hotel.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, May 27th, 2016
Indulge in classic recipes with your favorite chefs this weekend. Kick things off with Ree Drummond on The Pioneer Woman as she has her friends decide what she should serve in her deli. The showdown pits typical deli eats, like her Basic Chicken Salad with grapes, against other versions, like her Curried Chicken Salad with raisins. Then, on an all-new Farmhouse Rules, Nancy Fuller cooks her grandkids’ favorite meal — breakfast for dinner — complete with Gooey Cinnamon Buns with Cream Cheese Icing and Sweet Potato Hash with Fried Eggs.
On Sunday, don’t miss a night full of Food Network Stars, starting with a new Guy’s Grocery Games, in which past Food Network Star champions return to battle it out in Flavortown Market for up to $20,000 for the charity of their choice. Then, on a new Food Network Star, this season’s finalists pair up to shoot a promo for a show called Family Road Trip! But to win this challenge they need to impress Giada, Bobby and the guest judges, Food Network Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Maile Carpenter and actress Ali Larter, with both their promo and their dishes.
by Ricky Smith in Shows, May 20th, 2016
Memorial Day is right around the corner, and if you’re looking for some recipes to add to your weekend BBQ, look no further than your favorite Food Network chefs. On Saturday morning, join Ree Drummond on the ranch as she whips up her Spicy Jerk Chicken and crunchy Corn Salad. Then head over to the Hudson Valley, where Eddie Jackson joins Nancy Fuller in the kitchen, making some grilled favorites like Sweet and Sticky BBQ Beef Ribs and Fried Ice Cream with Cereal Crust.
On Sunday morning Tia Mowry and her dad, Tim, are grilling up some of their Hawaiian favorites: juicy short ribs, orange-scented rice and more. Then Tiffani Thiessen is planning a Texas-style birthday bash for her husband, Brady, complete with fall-off-the-bone Brisket and savory baked beans. After that, Bobby Flay is cooking a “buzz”-worthy brunch of honey-centric recipes like Chocolate Chip-Pistachio Pancakes with Salted Honey Caramel Syrup and crisp Honey-Bourbon Glazed Bacon.
This weekend is all about getting ready for summertime fun with easy meal-prep ideas from The Pioneer Woman, potluck recipes from Nancy Fuller and picnic ideas from the co-hosts of The Kitchen. First up on Saturday morning is Ree Drummond’s get-ahead meal kits, including a spicy veggie stir-fry and stuffed bell peppers. After that, Nancy is hosting a potluck party with her friends and cooking some catering classics like peppery Parmesan orzo and cinnamon-and-sugar hand pies. Next, The Kitchen co-hosts are making amped-up cookout favorites like spicy kielbasa dogs and revealing the best tips for setting up a picnic.
On Sunday morning, Jeff Mauro and Marcela Valladolid are tackling the great cake vs. pie debate and providing recipes for the perfect pie crust and foolproof frosting. And on Sunday night, the final five Comeback Kitchen chefs will battle for a spot on Food Network Star. After that, the chef who won redemption will be revealed on the season premiere of Food Network Star. To end the night, Alton Brown’s got a special grilling episode of Cutthroat Kitchen with all-new sabotages.