by Joel Raneri in Shows, October 21st, 2016
by Joel Raneri in Shows, October 14th, 2016
Stay out of the cold this weekend, and get some new fall recipes from your favorite Food Network chefs. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is dishing out her best tips for freezer-friendly meals and making a fall favorite, her Butternut Squash Soup. Then, The Kitchen co-hosts are joined by Food Network Star Tregaye Fraser, and they’re whisking up some brunch classics infused with fall flavors. After that, Ayesha Curry’s husband, Stephen, is having friends over, and Ayesha’s cutting the calories of guys’ night classics. Then, Valerie Bertinelli is headed to Arizona, so she’s preparing some make-ahead meals for her husband, Tom.
On Sunday, Guy Fieri’s in the kitchen with his mom, Penny, and they’re crisping up a juicy, buttery chicken. Then, head over to East Hampton, where Ina Garten is making dinner in honor of her friend Deborah. After that, Scott Conant joins Bobby Flay in the kitchen to make their modern take on a classic New York brunch.
On Sunday evening, everything is getting fried in Flavortown Market on a fry-centric episode of Triple G. Then, the final three teams on Halloween Wars are building displays to show a crypt after dark, and on Worst Bakers in America, a pie-eating contest inspires the bakers to create plates that Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale will judge in a blind taste test.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, October 7th, 2016
While the leaves are falling outside, stay in this weekend and get some new recipes from your favorite Food Network chefs. Head over to the ranch on Saturday morning as Ree Drummond is testing out some new recipes for chicken-fried steak, chocolate pie and homemade biscuits. Then, take a trip to Nashville, where Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, are trying their hands at Chopped. Trisha’s making an appetizer, entree and dessert from a basket of mystery ingredients. After that, The Kitchen co-hosts are making a week’s worth of dinners and sharing some tips to make mealtime easier. And then Valerie Bertinelli brews a beer-centric menu with slow-cooker pulled pork and a beer-infused milkshake.
On Sunday morning Guy Fieri is making homemade versions of Thai takeout favorites, like red beef curry and Coconut Jasmine Rice. Then, it’s Jeffrey’s birthday, and Ina Garten is making him an Italian feast featuring her roasted meatballs, Creamy Parmesan Polenta and Bruschetta with Sauteed Chard. After that, Sandra Lee’s bringing the spooky and revisiting some of her best costumes and favorite treats from Halloweens past.
On Sunday night, head over to Flavortown Market, where four chefs are making their most-decadent dishes; then, tune in to Halloween Wars, where the four remaining teams must capture the horror of a two-faced monster. Finish off the weekend with a bit of wedded bliss, as Duff Goodman and Lorraine Pascale have their worst bakers sculpt wedding cake toppers and bake four-layer celebration cakes.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, September 30th, 2016
Temperatures are starting to dip, fall sports are underway and this weekend your favorite Food Network chefs are sharing their favorite recipes for the ultimate tailgate. On Saturday morning, Trisha Yearwood is throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game, but before that, her sister, Beth, and her nephew, Bret, are helping her make Baked Chicken Tenders and a Hard Cider Cocktail at the tailgate. Then, on The Kitchen, Katie Lee is sharing her recipe for slow-cooker Buffalo Chicken Chili, and Sunny Anderson is making her Cheese and Charcuterie Football. After that, Eddie Jackson is joining Valerie Bertinelli in the kitchen to make Slow-Cooker Sloppy Joe Sliders and Sweet-Tea-and-Lemonade Lager for her football-themed party.
On Sunday morning, Guy Fieri is bringing spicy and fresh flavors to his tailgate fare with his roasted turkey and cranberry-onion jam sandwich and a recipe for homemade BBQ Potato Chips. Then, after video chatting about football with his daughter, Sophie, Bobby Flay is making a tailgate-worthy brunch featuring Apple Crisp French Toast Casserole and an easy frittata sandwich.
Sunday night on Guy’s Grocery Games, grandparents are taking over Flavortown and in one of the rounds, they must make their grandkids’ favorite dish using 10 ingredients or less! Then, the five remaining teams on Halloween Wars are channeling haunted roadside motels to create their Halloween displays, and on Worst Bakers in America, the bakers have some new critics to impress: little trick-or-treaters!
by Joel Raneri in Shows, September 23rd, 2016
October is here, which means Halloween is right around the corner, and this weekend the Food Network is full of sweets, tricks and plenty of treats. Saturday morning on The Kitchen the hosts put down the knife and share some no-carve pumpkin hacks. Plus, they share a recipe that will add a pumpkin spice flavor to hot chocolate, whipped cream, oatmeal and more! Then, Valerie Bertinelli has some friends visiting from Ohio, and she’s serving Three-Bean Turkey Chili and Sweet and Savory Cornbread Cookies while they play their favorite card game.
On Sunday morning, Guy Fieri is using his trip to Puerto Rico as inspiration for a feast that includes Pigeon Peas and Rice and Crispy Plantain Chips with Sweet Chile Dipping Sauce. Then American Idol winner Jordin Sparks is getting some help from Duff Goldman to complete her first professional cupcake order. After that, Bobby Flay is making one of his favorite brunch staples: crepes. He’s serving up sweet and savory flavors in his Cinnamon Roll Crepes and Ham and Cheesy Egg Crepes with Mustard Sauce.
Sunday night starts out with Guy’s Grocery Games Halloween Spook-tacular. During one round, the chefs must wear blindfolds and find a key ingredient to incorporate in their “Dinners to Die For.” Then it’s the season premiere of Halloween Wars with special guest judge Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. Next up, it’s the series premiere of Worst Bakers in America as Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale battle it out to see who can turn the worst bakers into the best. Then Cooks vs. Cons gets the baking treatment when professional bakers will battle some devious fakers on Bakers vs. Fakers.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, September 16th, 2016
On Saturday morning, Trisha Yearwood is taking advantage of her day off and making some of her favorite dishes, like her Tennessee Jambalaya, with her dog, Emmy. Then on The Kitchen, it’s all about getting the most out of your pantry when blogger and author Jocelyn Delk Adams stop by and shares her Gooey Gooey Cake recipe made from a boxed cake mix! After that, Valerie Bertinelli is whipping up a care package for her friend who was injured in a snowboarding accident. Valerie makes the perfect homemade supper, which includes her Manicotti with Italian Sausage.
On Sunday head over to Bobby’s where he’s making a biscuit-centric brunch with Biscuit French Toast with Cinnamon-Orange Cane Syrup and Ham-Tomato-Cheddar Biscuit Sandwiches.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, September 9th, 2016
Stay in this weekend and cook simple comfort foods with your favorite Food Network chefs. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond’s husband, Ladd, is helping her in the kitchen as they put on a dinner for two. On the menu is easy fried shrimp and a grilled corn casserole. Next, Trisha Yearwood is taking advantage of the gorgeous weather by preparing a picnic with easy-to-make recipes like orzo salad and zucchini bread. After that, the hosts of The Kitchen are going recipe-free with simple dishes like Asian pot pie and fruit crisp. Up next, Valerie Bertinelli’s hosting a movie night complete with easy bites like s’mores popcorn and crab boil sliders. After that, the youngest Smollett sibling, Jocqui, is eager to prove his cooking chops are as advanced as his siblings’. He’s whipping up a Mexican feast complete with homemade tortillas and a horchata-based cocktail.
On Sunday, Guy Fieri’s hosting football pro Marcel Reece and they’re cooking up a meal for big appetites including grilled mojo mahi mahi and toasted quinoa pilaf. Then, it’s the premiere of Life’s a Party with David Burtka. The chef-actor is throwing a birthday party with the help of his adorable twins Gideon and Harper. He’s planning a menu full of crowd-pleasing dishes like mint pesto pasta and tangerine chicken. Next, Bobby Flay is demonstrating some of the brunch recipes from his new Bobby Flay Fit cookbook, including spicy turkey merguez scramble and a tasty Cream of Wheat take on PB&J. Later, it’s the fourth installment of Guy’s Superstar Games, where the five remaining chefs will battle it out to secure a spot in the finale. Next, the final three families in The Great Food Truck Race must beat the heat to create an indulgent sweet dessert in the sweltering Palm Springs desert. Finally, Anne Burrell and Alex Guarnaschelli guest-judge on Cooks vs. Cons, where contestants will have to impress them with a dish made with pizza.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, September 2nd, 2016
Tune in this weekend for extreme competition and indulgent eats with your favorite Food Network stars. Kick things off on Saturday with back-to-back episodes of Smollett Eats. The siblings are throwing their annual midnight barbecue, and they’re whipping up crowd-pleasing dishes like teriyaki chicken wings and gooey stovetop mac ‘n cheese. Afterward, they’re serving their mom a Southern-style feast to celebrate her New Orleans roots. On the menu: a seafood boil, fried okra and corn-bread.
Then on Sunday, tune in for the premiere of Guy’s Big Bite. Guy Fieri has been all around the world looking for the perfect burger – a juicy, pimento cheese-stuffed patty piled high with fried tomatoes, homemade spicy ranch, bacon and a cabbage slaw – and he’s sharing the secrets for how to make it. Next, head to the Tuscan countryside with Giada De Laurentiis for a big family reunion. There will be a spread full of Northern Italian classics, like octopus panzanella and hazelnut chicken. Then, stop by Bobby Flay’s house where Bobby’s making breakfast sandwiches for brunch, complete with an Israeli-inspired sabich and an eggs-in-a-hole Benedict. Later, things are heating up in Flavortown Market on Guy’s Superstar Games, where the remaining six chefs will team up for one of Guy’s most-terrifying games yet. Next, the four remaining teams on The Great Food Truck Race will battle it out to stay on the road with a challenge involving ostriches. And then on Cooks vs. Cons, will amateur cooks strike out against professional chefs when they’re tasked with incorporating ballpark snacks into a restaurant-worthy dish?
by Nora Horvath in Shows, August 26th, 2016
Gear up for a weekend of parties and intense competition on Food Network. It all starts with a joint birthday bash on The Pioneer Woman: Ree Drummond’s cooking up festive eats, including Spicy Pulled Pork Sliders and a three-layer confetti cake. Next, Trisha Yearwood is inviting her friends over for a girls-only barbecue. She’s whipping up barbecue pork ribs, her creamy Potato Salad and Butterscotch Pie for dessert. After, Valerie Bertinelli’s throwing one final summer soiree with an all-grilled menu that includes salmon burgers, sweet potato wedges, and even grilled pound cake with peaches. On Smollett Eats, brothers Jake and Jojo and sisters Jurnee and Jazz are going head-to-head when they take over rival food trucks to see who can draw a bigger crowd.
Then on Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis is taking a boat trip with family, and she’s packed a light picnic spread complete with kale salsa verde bruschetta and a white bean and bitter greens salad. Next, Bobby Flay is transforming his barbecue leftovers into brunch with simple takes on pulled pork corn chip pie and smoky home fries with burnt ends. Later, tune in for the second installment of Guy’s Superstar Grocery Games, in which the seven remaining chefs will have to make a gourmet dish using ingredients selected from the Food Pyramid. After that, The Great Food Truck Race is taking the contestants to a local strawberry farm, where the families will have to make both sweet and savory dishes incorporating the berries. Finish off the evening with Cooks vs. Cons. Each professional and amateur will have to impress the judges with a dish that incorporates salad dressing.
by Nora Horvath in Shows, August 19th, 2016
As the summer comes to a close and schedules get busier, tune in this weekend for super-simple dinner inspiration from your favorite Food Network chefs. On Saturday’s The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond is looking for tasty ways to eat low-carb, like a cauliflower-crust pizza and grilled pork with baby bok choy. Up next, the hosts of The Kitchen are simplifying dinner with five-ingredient dishes like sausage carbonara and quick sausage gumbo. After that, it’s cheat day at Valerie Bertinelli’s house, where she’s whipping up guilty-pleasure dishes like vegetable pot stickers and mini zeppoles (aka Italian fried dough) with a caramel-Marsala dipping sauce.
Then on Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis is in Florence on Giada in Italy, and she’s celebrating the life of her grandfather, Dino De Laurentiis. In his honor she’s cooking up some of his favorites, like Carbonara Cacio e Pepe and Olive Oil Sorbetto with Berries and Balsamic. Later, Guy’s Grocery Games kicks off a night of intense competition with the first installment of Guy’s Superstar Grocery Games, where eight top celebrity chefs will battle it out over five weeks in Guy’s toughest challenges yet. Next, it’s the season premiere of The Great Food Truck Race, where six family teams will go head-to-head on the road for a chance to win $50,000. After that, Cooks vs. Cons pits pro chefs against excellent home cooks as contestants must transform frozen vegetables into a restaurant-worthy dish.
Get set for a weekend of kid-focused cooking and over-the-top competition on Food Network. On The Pioneer Woman on Saturday, Ree Drummond and her husband are heading out for the evening, so Ree’s prepping dinner for her kids at home. She’ll offer make-your-own Caesar salad kits and deconstructed mixed-berry shortcakes. Then, school’s back in session on The Kitchen, where the hosts will give tips on how to turn kids’ lunchbox foods into crafts, and Justin Warner will demonstrate some easy food-based science projects. Next, two kid chefs from Kids Baking Championship are stopping by Valerie Bertinelli’s house for lunch, where she’s serving up tasty bites like grilled Italian panini and soft pretzels with a chocolate-hazelnut dip.
On Sunday, jet off to Milan with Giada De Laurentiis on Giada in Italy as she reminisces about the life of her grandfather with her great-aunt Raffy as they prepare Raffy’s favorite dish, Ziti Stufati. Later, on Guy’s Grocery Games, chefs from around the world are spicing things up in Flavortown Market as they bring the heat and compete to make the best fiery dish for Guy Fieri and the judges. After that, the contestants on Chopped are competing in a chili cook-off where they’ll have to incorporate the classic American dish into each round. Then, on an all-new Cooks vs. Cons, pros and amateurs will be put to the test in two back-to-back kitchen challenges.