by Joseph Erdos in Shows, January 2nd, 2015
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, December 19th, 2014
With the holidays over, it’s time to turn over a new leaf, and for many that means making healthy resolutions. Whether you’re simply hoping to shed the extra holiday pounds or want to learn how to make over your entire eating repertoire, Food Network has programming to help steer you in the right direction.
Saturday morning, watch Ree and Trisha whip up some healthy favorites that aren’t lacking in flavor. On The Kitchen, the co-hosts offer their tips for lightening up classic recipes and advise viewers on ways to kick off the new year right. Sunday, tune in for Giada’s healthy spa day with friends. After that, Guy Fieri shares his lightened-up Italian menu that packs a punch. Finally, Daphne Brogdon gets in the kitchen with her mom and sister to cook healthy family favorites.
And don’t forget: Sunday evening, tune in for the premiere of Guy’s Grocery Games: Family Style and a new season of Worst Cooks in America with Tyler Florence and Anne Burrell. Plus, there are all-new sabotages on Cutthroat Kitchen.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, December 12th, 2014
Cancel your plans, because Food Network Magazine has got a delicious weekend itinerary already set up for you, and Bobby Flay is along for the fun, too. Tune in to Top 10 Restaurants with Food Network Magazine to do a culinary food tour of the country without ever having to leave that comfy, cozy couch of yours.
When you’re not lounging in preparation for your rigorous virtual food tour, you can catch an all-new episode of Rewrapped. The contestants are put to the test as they try to recreate a Pepperidge Farm Oatmeal Raisin Cookie in a pinch and incorporate the cookie into a grilled meal. And don’t forget to catch Cutthroat Kitchen, because this upcoming episode features ultimate ponchos, breakfast quesadillas , meatloaf, recliners, cupcakes and a cupcake-box obstacle course of sorts.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, December 5th, 2014
The trials and tribulations of Holiday Baking Championship will culminate in an action-packed season finale on Sunday at 9|8c. Tune in to see who will win the $50,000 prize and all of the sweet holiday-season joy. On Saturday at 11a|10c, The Kitchen hosts are getting a visit from Annie herself, Quvenzhané Wallis, as she helps them celebrate the holidays and promotes her new movie.
Rewrapped, Southern at Heart, Guy’s Grocery Games and Cutthroat Kitchen are back this weekend as well. Whether you’re spending Saturday afternoon with Rewrapped, or Sunday with Southern at Heart, Guy’s Grocery Games and Cutthroat Kitchen, each show brings something delicious to the table, whether it be food or competitive rivalry.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, November 28th, 2014
It’s never too early to get into the spirit of the season. So in keeping with that notion, Food Network is celebrating the first weekend of December with holiday-themed episodes. Watch as the Food Network stars gear up for the holiday season, baking and preparing the perfect festive spreads. Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, The Kitchen, The Pioneer Woman, Outrageous Christmas, Giada at Home, Guy’s Big Bite, Southern at Heart, Farmhouse Rules and Cutthroat Kitchen all share in the Christmas cheer.
Don’t forget to tune in to Guy’s Grocery Games, Rewrapped and Holiday Baking Championship; they are all equally packed with fun, with supermarket challenges and dessert obstacles alike.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, November 14th, 2014
We hope you’re in a festive mood this weekend, because the Food Network chefs are ready to celebrate. Tune in to The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Giada at Home, Guy’s Big Bite and Southern at Heart for everything from a birthday party to an office party to a slumber party.
If you want to keep up the excitement, check out all-new episodes of Rewrapped, Guy’s Grocery Games, Holiday Baking Championship and Cutthroat Kitchen. There are all kinds of food shenanigans involved, ranging from fruitcake to marshmallow guns. And if you want to wind down with mouthwatering recipes, watch Farmhouse Rules for dishes like Classic Rosemary Lamb Chops, Twice-Baked Potatoes, Sauteed Garlic Broccoli Rabe and B and W Chocolate-Dipped Shortbread Cookies.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, November 7th, 2014
Thanksgiving preppers, the time has come. Holiday episode hysteria has taken over Food Network. Get your pens, pencils and paper — or, if you’re technologically savvy, your tablet — ready, because you’re going to want to write this all down. The Food Network chefs are intent on you making your best, most sophisticated spread yet.
The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. The Kitchen, Barefoot Contessa, Giada at Home, Guy’s Big Bite, Southern at Heart, Farmhouse Rules, Cutthroat Kitchen and the Food Network special Outrageous Thanksgiving are all featuring Thanksgiving-themed episodes, providing you with a surplus of recipe ideas. If you feel like you need a break from the turkey day festivities, tune in to a fun extra episode of Guy’s Grocery Games and a Christmas-inspired Holiday Baking Championship.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, October 24th, 2014
This weekend is the perfect time to start prepping for your bountiful Thanksgiving feast. Let The Pioneer Woman, The Kitchen, Guy’s Grocery Games and Holiday Baking Championship inspire you to spice up your holiday spread. The Pioneer Woman is cooking up a variety of scrumptious pies, The Kitchen is reinvigorating harvest recipes, Thanksgiving meals are put to the test on GGG and Holiday Baking Championship gets right to the sweet stuff.
When you’ve got your fill of feast finds, be sure to catch Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Guy’s Big Bite, Southern at Heart, Farmhouse Rules and Cutthroat Kitchen. They may not be all about Thanksgiving just yet, but they’re certainly worth watching and salivating over. You’ll be introduced to tasty recipes like Trisha Yearwood’s Chicken Saltimbocca, Guy Fieri’s Lamb Kofta Burger, Damaris Phillips’ White Mac ‘n’ Cheese, and Nancy Fuller’s Warm and Cheesy Artichoke Dip with Toast.
by Caitlyn Callegari in Shows, October 10th, 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 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.
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.