by Joel Raneri in Shows, January 13th, 2017
by Joel Raneri in Shows, January 6th, 2017
Stay out of the winter weather this weekend and tune in to your favorite Food Network chefs as they share some warming comfort food recipes. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond’s making Fajita Nachos and Slow-Cooker White Chicken Chili, Trisha Yearwood is making Chicken Spinach Lasagna for the Nashville Predators ice hockey team, and on The Kitchen, the co-hosts are sharing tips for how to make classic recipes like a professional chef.
On Sunday morning, it’s the season premiere of Kitchen Sink, and Food Network Star winner Tregaye Fraser joins Jeff Mauro in the kitchen to make some next-level nachos. Then, Giada De Laurentiis is throwing a cocktail party and serving Crab Crostini with Lemon and Herbs, Candied Prosciutto and Roasted-Carrot Hummus.
Then on Triple- G, four more chefs are competing for a spot in the DDD Tournament finale, and they must make hot sandwiches without a key ingredient. Then, on Worst Cooks, it’s all about flavor, as the recruits must make a dish using ingredients from a foreign country.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, December 30th, 2016
There’s no better time than the start of a new year to reset your eating habits, and this weekend your favorite Food Network chefs are sharing lighter takes on some of their best recipes. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is making over four of her favorite recipes, preparing lighter and easy-to-make versions of her Fried Pork Chops and Chicken Parmesan (pictured). Then, Trisha Yearwood is going to boot camp and making a low-calorie meal, the co-hosts on The Kitchen are making lighter versions of warming comfort food recipes, and Valerie Bertinelli is making a menu that’s light on calories but heavy on flavor.
On Sunday morning, Nancy Fuller’s serving up light and fresh meals, including Salmon with Maple-Dijon Glaze, and Giada De Laurentiis is making camp-style favorites for her daughter, Jade’s, slumber party. On Sunday evening, it’s Part 2 of the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tournament on Guy’s Grocery Games, and the chefs must make a dinner out of classic apple pie ingredients. Then, on Worst Cooks in America, the recruits are making a variety of egg dishes for the most-important meal of the day: breakfast.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, December 16th, 2016
It’s time to say sayonara to 2016, and what better way to start the New Year than with some fresh new recipes from your favorite Food Network chefs? This weekend it’s all about brunch and Saturday morning the co-hosts on The Kitchen are cooking with champagne. In addition to Sparkling Parfaits, they’re making a Pancake “Cake” with Sparkling Strawberries (pictured) and Geoffrey Zakarian is serving his Resolution Resolved champagne cocktail. Then Valerie Bertinelli is making savory breakfast favorites for dinner, Nancy Fuller is hosting brunch with a build-your-own Bloody Mary Bar and Bobby Flay is making a brunch menu inspired by the flavors of Italy.
On Sunday night, Guy Fieri is rounding up 16 of his favorite DDD chefs for a five part Flavortown tournament and Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray are back in Boot Camp to try and turn some of the Worst Cooks in America into culinary masterminds.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, December 9th, 2016
Old Man Winter is peeking his head around the corner, so stay warm and spend the next few weekends inside enjoying a few food-centric road trips and the finales of some of your favorite culinary tournaments. It all starts tonight, when Guy Fieri heads on a cross-country journey to get a taste of authentic international cuisine without getting a stamp on his passport. Then on Sunday night, it’s the penultimate episode of GGG: Impossible followed by the finale of Holiday Baking Championship, where the baker with the best North Pole-inspired cake will win the title of Holiday Baking Champion and the grand prize of $50,000.
On Christmas Day, after all the presents have been unwrapped, get comfortable and tune in for the GGG: Impossible finale, and find out who will earn another chance to cook against Mr. Impossible, Robert Irvine, and a chance at winning another $10,000. Then it’s a special episode of Holiday Baking Championship, where three Holiday Baking champions and three fan favorites from Kids Baking Championship battle it out for a chance to win $10,000. Then, Guy is on another cross-country road trip, hunting down the most decadent and delicious desserts.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, December 2nd, 2016
The weather outside may be frightful, but this weekend your favorite Food Network chefs are whipping up some delightfully decadent recipes. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is sharing her favorite uses for puff pastry and the co-hosts on The Kitchen are making rich and comforting recipes including French Onion Soup as well as sweet and savory fondues.
Sunday morning, Rev Run joins Guy Fieri in the kitchen, Ina Garten is cooking lunch for a weekend guest, and Nancy Fuller is making Penne with Meaty Ragu and 3-Cheese and Herb Garlic Bread for a meal with her husband. On Sunday evening, Robert Irvine is back in Flavortown for the second part of GGG: Impossible, the bakers are making cream puff Christmas trees on Holiday Baking Championship, and on Clash of the Grandmas, the Grandmas are taking on social media food trends and making impostor cupcakes.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, December 1st, 2016
It’s the season of family feasts and sweet holiday treats and this weekend on Food Network your favorite chefs are sharing recipes to help ring in the holiday season. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is whipping up a trio of cheesy and savory appetizers, Trisha Yearwood is baking festive holiday cookies and the co-hosts on The Kitchen are putting together a fabulous holiday dinner party — cocktails included. Then Valerie Bertinelli is hosting a blended family feast and serving Crown Roast of Lamb, Almond Cranberry Rice Pilaf and Christmas Morning Cinnamon Rolls.
On Sunday morning, Guy Fieri is making a series of dishes using vegetable juices, Ina Garten is hosting a breakfast buffet and Nancy Fuller is hosting a holiday party for her whole family. Then, Giada De Laurentiis is hosting a Secret Santa dinner party and Bobby Flay is using Christmas leftovers to make a day-after brunch.
Robert Irvine is coming to Flavortown on Sunday evening for the premiere of GGG: Impossible, featuring Guy’s most-daunting challenges yet. After that, the bakers are making desserts based on ugly Christmas sweaters on Holiday Baking Championship, and the Grandmas on Clash of the Grandmas are making appetizers using some of Santa’s favorite food hacks.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, November 25th, 2016
Thanksgiving is over, but the holiday season is just getting started, and this December Food Network is joining the celebration with a new batch of holiday competitions and comforting recipes from your favorite chefs.
Starting this weekend, tune in to catch brand-new recipes from Ree Drummond, Giada De Laurentiis and Valerie Bertinelli that are perfect for hosting a holiday dinner party. Then Bobby Flay is using holiday leftovers to make the ultimate day-after-Christmas brunch. If sweet treats are your favorite part of the season, you’ll want to watch Trisha Yearwood as she shares her best recipes including Gingerbread Cookies (pictured), Caramel Candy and Chocolate Pinwheel Cookies.
It wouldn’t be the holidays without plenty of baked goods, and this holiday season Cake Wars is all about Christmas, challenging bakers to create elaborate confections based on classic Christmas characters. There are also brand-new episodes of Holiday Baking Championship, and holiday-themed episodes of your favorite competition shows, like Chopped, Guy’s Grocery Games and Cooks vs. Cons. Head over to Food Network’s Holiday Central for more details on holiday premieres, recipes and more.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, November 18th, 2016
Thanksgiving is over, but the holiday season is just getting started, and this weekend your favorite Food Network chefs are sharing recipes for some of their best party bites. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond is cooking for a cocktail party, Trisha Yearwood is sharing her recipe for Buffalo Chicken Dip and the co-hosts of The Kitchen are making snack mixes inspired by classic cocktails. Then, Ayesha Curry is hosting an Italian dinner party and Valerie Bertinelli has a recipe for Rosemary-Lemon Shortbread Cookies.
On Sunday, Guy Fieri is hosting taco night, Ina Garten is giving advice on throwing the perfect dinner party and Nancy Fuller is making a friend dinner in exchange for painting lessons. Then, Giada De Laurentiis is making snacks for a Christmas sing-a-long, and Bobby Flay is hosting brunch to celebrate the Preakness Stakes.
Sunday evening, four new chefs enter Flavortown, and their first challenge is making a savory lunch dish with the ingredients of a sweet carrot cake. Then it’s all about marshmallows on Holiday Baking Championship, and children and grandchildren join the grandmas on Clash of the Grandmas.
by Joel Raneri in Shows, November 11th, 2016
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and this weekend your favorite Food Network chefs are sharing some easy-to-make last-minute recipes. Thanksgiving isn’t just about turkey, so tune in to The Kitchen on Saturday morning for the Ultimate Guide to Sides, as the co-hosts will be sharing their recipes for potatoes, cornbread and, of course, a great cocktail. Then, on Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis is taking all the Thanksgiving leftovers and making a brunch featuring Crispy Turkey Bites, Sweet Potato Puffs and a Spicy Chai Latte.
On Sunday evening, Guy Fieri is welcoming some of Triple G’s most-memorable chefs back to Flavortown to compete in two challenges jam-packed with unexpected twists. Then, Thanksgiving is the theme on Holiday Baking Championship, and Grandma’s classic recipes are put to the test on Clash of the Grandmas.
This weekend your favorite Food Network chefs are talkin’ turkey and sharing Thanksgiving recipes you’ll be thankful for. Saturday morning, it’s a Frontier Friendsgiving on the ranch, and Ree Drummond is celebrating with her two closest friends and a boozy gravy recipe. Down in Nashville, Trisha Yearwood is making a portable Thanksgiving feast for her niece who’s a nurse, and then the co-hosts of The Kitchen are making The Ultimate Thanksgiving Mac and Cheese with help from Nancy Fuller and Valerie Bertinelli. On Saturday afternoon Ayesha Curry is making two kinds of turkey, and Valerie’s hosting Thanksgiving for her whole family.
Sunday morning, take a break from turkey and tune in to Guy Fieri, who’s serving up a leg of lamb for his Thanksgiving feast. Later on, Giada De Laurentiis is hosting a Thanksgiving feast, Nancy Fuller is leaving the Thanksgiving decor to her grandkids, and Bobby Flay’s making the ultimate day-after-Thanksgiving brunch.
Sunday night, it’s Thanksgiving in Flavortown, and grandmas are throwing down with their Thanksgiving recipes on Holiday Baking Championship and Clash of the Grandmas.