by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, October 24th, 2014
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, October 17th, 2014
Get all of your Halloween programming in before the big day. It may be hard to believe, but the hallowed event is almost here, and before you run out and scramble to get that last-minute costume, you should tune in to Food Network for some spooky inspiration. And you definitely don’t want to miss out on the season finale of Halloween Wars. All of that ghoulish competition has culminated in this. Be sure to catch The Pioneer Woman, The Kitchen, Rewrapped, Sandwich King, Giada at Home, Southern at Heart and Farmhouse Rules, too, as they celebrate Halloween and its sweet fare.
If you’re looking for something savory rather than the saccharine cuisine of Halloween, watch Trisha’s Southern Kitchen for recipes like Chicken-Fried Steak, Spinach with Bacon and Onions, and Baked Macaroni and Cheese. Guy’s Big Bite also offers a balanced meal of Crispy Cornflake Chicken Sliders and Mexican Mac ‘n’ Cheese. Also, Cutthroat Kitchen and Guy’s Grocery Games are the perfect spine-tingling way to end a weekend of thrills.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, October 10th, 2014
The closer we creep toward Halloween, the more we seem to have dessert on the brain — especially if this weekend’s programming is any indication. It’s a dessert dream on Food Network with Rewrapped, Halloween Wars and Hungry Games. On Rewrapped, contestants spice up a favorite childhood snack, Hostess Sno Balls. On Halloween Wars the teams tackle the age-old mummies versus werewolves rivalry with sweets, and on a special sneak peek of Hungry Games it’s an ice cream wonderland.
If those shows have satisfied your sweet tooth, be sure to tune in to The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Farmhouse Rules, Guy’s Grocery Games and Cutthroat Kitchen. You can find savory recipes for dishes such as Chipotle Salsa, Slow-Cooker Stout Beef Stew and German Potato Salad. And on Guy’s Grocery Games and Cutthroat Kitchen, it’s two nail-biting journeys to see which contestants will overcome all the obstacles Guy Fieri and Alton Brown throw their way.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, October 3rd, 2014
If the dropping temperatures have you feeling like a bit of a homebody this weekend, don’t fret. Food Network has the perfect programming lineup to bide your time. Whether you’re in the mood to celebrate the harvest, prepare for Halloween or get ready for Homecoming, there’s a show catered to your autumn interests. To start off the festivities, The Kitchen chefs are heading back to school for some homecoming food and fun. Also, on Farmhouse Rules, Nancy Fuller delights with recipes for Golden Biscuits, Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie, BLTAs, Neapolitan Cupcakes and Strawberry Lemonade Slushies.
If it’s drama you’re seeking, you can catch a very literal Cutthroat Kitchen episode and a rousing round of Guy’s Grocery Games. Also, Halloween Wars is still in full effect as contestants continue on their spooky quest to clench the winning title.
The Kitchen: Homecoming
Relive your school days and tailgate with The Kitchen chefs this weekend as they prepare dishes such as Texas Chili Con Carne, style up two different ramen dishes, learn how to make sweet and savory midnight munchies right in the microwave, reinvent an old college drink and do the beer bottle challenge.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, September 26th, 2014
October is bursting onto the scene, which means familiar fall festivities aren’t far behind, including Halloween and cold-weather comforts. Food Network has been creatively cooking up programming to match, with one part tricky competition and one part tempting treats. Celebrate the start of the new month appropriately with a thrilling Halloween-episode run of Guy’s Grocery Games, Halloween Wars and Cutthroat Kitchen. You’re in for a night of suspense, as not every chef will make it out of the competitions alive.
It’s not all ghoulish programming, though. You can catch Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, The Kitchen and Farmhouse Rules for a more reserved round of weekend entertainment. Trisha’s throwing a tea party, The Kitchen is serving up yummy comfort-food delights and Farmhouse Rules is going au naturel, using homegrown ingredients.
Trisha’s Southern Kitchen: All Things Miniature
Join Trisha and her friend Glenda for a tea party. In keeping with the theme, Trisha makes a meal of miniature dishes, including: Creamy Asparagus Soup, Mini Egg Salad Sandwiches, Mini Stuffed Peppers and Mini Monkey Bread Muffins.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, September 19th, 2014
There’s been steady, nail-biting buildup leading to the finale of The Great Food Truck Race, and it gets only more intense as the competition comes to a satisfyingly thrilling end. In the last episode of the season, the contestants’ trials have culminated to an exhilarating Floridian marathon spanning Tampa, Naples, the Everglades and Key West. As if the racing between cities isn’t enough of an adrenaline rush, the contestants also have to travel by airboat for fresh alligator — yikes! Another highlight in this weekend’s fun-packed programming is Saturday’s installment of The Kitchen. The chefs dial up their autumn spirit in an Oktoberfest-themed episode, where the chefs add their own flavorful flair to traditional fare.
If you’re looking for something a bit more low key, tune in to The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Giada at Home and Farmhouse Rules to watch the ladies serve up dishes like Kale Citrus Salad, Turkey Meatloaf Sandwiches, Crispy Fig and Gorgonzola Ravioli, and Lemon-Lime Pound Cake. Other must-watch shows this weekend are Cutthroat Kitchen, Guy’s Grocery Games and Food Truck Face Off, where contestants are forced to test their patience and their resilience.
The Pioneer Woman: Sister Time
Ree Drummond has invited her sister, Betsy, over to indulge in tasty, refreshing dishes such as a Frittata, Kale Citrus Salad, Mystery Rolls and Lemon-Lime Pound Cake.
by Joseph Erdos in Shows, September 12th, 2014
Food Network is home to some good, healthy competition. And sometimes the competition is made even fiercer when there’s an ambitious element added to the mix. This may just be the case for The Great Food Truck Race and Cutthroat Kitchen this weekend. Both shows feature meals that put shellfish front and center, which can mean imminent trouble for Cutthroat contestants yet a mouthwatering delight for food truck customers. Not to be missed is an edge-of-your-seat episode of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, where the remaining kid contenders put together a food festival and only one leaves victorious.
Also, if you’re entertaining this weekend, be sure to catch Giada at Home and Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. It’s a family affair as both Giada and Trisha invite their relatives over to dish up some delicious, down-home platters. Giada channels her Italian roots with her Aunt Raffy as they make Pizza Rustica, Pizza with Buzz and Escarole Pie. While Trisha has her nephew and his friends over to strictly do the eating, she cooks up a hearty meal of Sausage and Peppers, Garth’s Pasta Salad, Power Balls and Chewy Chocolate Chip cookies. Likewise, you can get inventive with Ree as she concocts bean-substituted burritos, tacos and burgers on The Pioneer Woman. And tune in for a special fall-themed episode of The Kitchen.
by Joseph Erdos in Shows, September 5th, 2014
Getting back into the work grind after summer vacation and having the kids back in school can suddenly make time feel like a precious commodity. Well, it doesn’t have to be that way, especially when it comes to sitting down to dinner with the family. This weekend Food Network has a bunch of programming geared for busy people who need recipes that are quick and easy to prepare. Ree, Trisha, Giada, Bobby and the cast of The Kitchen all have quick and easy recipes to show you on Saturday and Sunday morning.
Plus, for some much-needed R and R, get a taste of Chicago on Saturday night with a special episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Come back Sunday evening for all the competition you can handle: a new episode of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off with special guest Robert Irvine coaching the kids, along with Melissa d’Arabian judging their main challenge. Then, on The Great Food Truck Race, the rookies head into St. Louis. And finally, on Cutthroat Kitchen, Alton gives the contestants a hand, but it may not be the kind of hand they want.
by Nikhita Mahtani in Shows, August 22nd, 2014
This weekend on Food Network, it’s a retro rewind on Iron Chef America as the show goes back to the ’60s on Saturday night. In the morning, there’s a back-to-school episode of The Kitchen with guest Joey Fatone. Also on Saturday morning, watch new episodes from Ree and Trisha: Ree’s making a tailgate lunch, and Trisha’s cooking some updated classic recipes.
On Sunday, tune in for a new episode of Bobby’s Barbecue Addiction as Bobby cooks a Mediterranean feast. And later in the evening, there’s a barbecue-themed episode of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off with guest judge G. Garvin. Then, on The Great Food Truck Race, the teams head to Oklahoma City, where Tyler tests their time management skills. And on a new Cutthroat Kitchen one chef must use freezer-burned ingredients in a chili.
by Joseph Erdos in Shows, August 20th, 2014
Get 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.
Needless to say, the judges on Chopped know a thing or two about cooking, so watching from the sidelines gives them a unique perspective on the competition. With Food Network’s exclusive Web series Chopped After Hours, they have the opportunity to leave behind the judging table and cook with the same mystery basket ingredients that have sent competitors home. On Tuesday, August 26 at 11|10c, Chopped After Hours is coming to television in a special episode.