Spring might be right around the corner, but there’s still time to enjoy your favorite comfort food indulgences before winter ends. Start off Saturday morning with Ree Drummond as she celebrates all four seasons by cooking one dish from each, including a wintry Red Wine Pot Roast and a Roasted Beet and Goat Cheese Salad for spring. Then, Trisha Yearwood is showing her friend Glenda all the ways you can cook with a cast-iron skillet, including Country Ham Carbonara and strawberry skillet cake. Next, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are revealing their favorite Southern comforts, like Katie Lee’s Fried Chicken and Sunny Anderson’s Easy Baked Sweet Corn. After that, while her family is away, Valerie Bertinelli is cooking up the foods she loves the most, including Pasta alle Vongole and Challah Bread Pudding with Limoncello.
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What to Watch: Country Music Divas Reba and Trisha Cook Together, and The Kitchen Hosts an Award-Season Partyby Ricky Smith in Shows, February 19th, 2016
Stay in and relax this weekend with your favorite chefs and their all-new eats. Saturday morning, don’t miss a new episode of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen with special guest Reba McEntire. She and Trisha are taking a tour of Trisha’s new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and then cooking up classics like Turkey Meatloaf with BBQ Glaze and lemon pound cake with royal glaze. Then, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are hosting an award-season celebration with perfect party dishes like surf and turf crostini, Popcorn-Coated Popcorn Chicken and Strawberry Chocolate Mini Trifles.
It’s the perfect time of year to escape the winter blues by settling in with comfort food classics, and your favorite chefs have you covered. First up, Ree Drummond makes some kids’ favorites, including homemade animal crackers and crunchy chicken fingers, while her daughter Paige babysits. After that, Trisha Yearwood takes a tour of Nashville’s restaurant scene and gets inspired to make hot chicken, biscuit waffles with lemon cream and creamy grits with tomato gravy. Next, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are brightening up dreary days with Sunny Anderson’s pork kebabs, baked pineapple rice and makeup mogul Bobbi Brown’s tips on pampering yourself with pantry items. Finally, Valerie Bertinelli celebrates her son coming home by making his favorites: pasta e fagioli, turkey meatloaf and pumpkin pudding.
The big game is a little over a week away, so that means it’s time to start prepping the most-important part of your get-together — good eats. All of your favorite chefs have new ideas to share, including fresh takes on the classics. First up, Ree Drummond is feeding a football-crazy family with hot wings, quick chili and an epic potato-skins bar where you can customize the bar classic with your favorite toppings. Then, Trisha Yearwood is helping her nephews host their first game-day party with black-eyed pea dip, updated pigs in a blanket and a hearty cornbread-chili casserole. After that, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are going all in with Jeff Mauro’s eggplant hero, Katie Lee’s Buffalo chicken hoagie and a special guest who shows them how to make pulled pork, Texas style. Next, Valerie Bertinelli is making slow-cooked beef sandwiches with fennel coleslaw and demonstrating how to turn game-day leftovers into a whole other meal.
The deep cold has officially arrived and that means lots of time spent cozying up with your favorite comfort foods. This weekend your favorite chefs (and recruits!) are serving warming dishes that’ll make you forget all about the mercury falling. First up, Ree Drummond is making a Tex-Mex dinner that includes carnitas and a cheesy refried bean casserole. After that, Trisha Yearwood is spending an evening around the campfire with quinoa corn chowder and the ultimate s’mores bar. On The Kitchen, the co-hosts will be concentrating on all things stuffed, like stuffed peppers, ham- and cheese-stuffed chicken breasts, and even a Bloody Mary with a stuffed garnish. Then, Valerie Bertinelli is hosting a chick flick marathon with a friend, actress Faith Ford, complete with slow-cooked red beans and rice, and classic gooey brownies are for dessert.
This weekend it’s all about keeping things simple, fast and affordable in the new year. Up first, Ree Drummond has five-ingredient meals and sheet-pan suppers like Spanish Baked Salmon and Teriyaki Pork. Then Trisha Yearwood is planning ahead for a busy week with slow-cooker beef brisket that gets transformed into multiple meals throughout the week. After that, The Kitchen co-hosts have all the best ways to save money in the kitchen, including two easy weeknight dinners and the best mix-ins to enhance inexpensive liquor. Finally, Valerie Bertinelli is using up foods from her fridge and pantry to create money-saving meals like pot roast and stuffed mushrooms.
Getting back into a routine after the holidays is always difficult, but your favorite chefs have new breakfasts, dinners and snacks to help get your grocery list made in no time. On Saturday, Ree Drummond starts things off with a hearty meal of slow-cooked ribs and ice cream cake to serve while the family is hauling hay. Next, Trisha Yearwood cooks Memphis style, including barbecue pork nachos and an Elvis-inspired pancake sandwich. After that, The Kitchen is serving better breakfasts like baked eggs with salami and Anne Burrell’s crepes. Finally, Valerie Bertinelli is rewarding her husband after a day of chores with his favorite Spicy Coconut Shrimp, Prosciutto Bruschetta and butterscotch cake.
The new year is a chance to reset after all of that indulgent holiday food, so this weekend all the Food Network chefs are sharing new recipes and tips for clean, nutritious eating. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond is fixing up meatless meals like Greek Grilled Eggplant Steaks and Tofu Lettuce Wraps. Next, Trisha Yearwood is lightening things up with a breakfast smoothie, whipped sweet potatoes and guilt-free chicken salad. Then, a new episode of The Kitchen is all about nutritious meals like veggie noodles, Jeff Mauro’s beet burger and 100-calorie snacks. Finally, Valerie Bertinelli is preparing a veggie and egg white fajita, grilled chicken veggie soup and a mini pear-compote crumble for dessert.
What to Watch: Guy’s Grocery Games’ Tournament of Champs Finale and the Premiere of Cupcake Wars Kidsby Ricky Smith in Shows, December 25th, 2015
This weekend, while you’re finishing off your holiday leftovers and deciding how many cookies is too many cookies, don’t miss four exciting premieres, including lots of Guy Fieri and a brand-new series. On Sunday morning, Guy is cooking up Mexican-inspired food with Chef Luigi Agostini, including Mexican Chile Pork Chops and Chayote Slaw with Cumin and Lime. And on Sunday night, catch the finale of Guy’s Grocery Games’ Tournament of Champions, when one of the chefs will become the biggest prizewinner in Grocery Games history. After that, it’s the premiere of the all-new series Cupcake Wars Kids with four junior bakers competing to create the best Scooby Doo-themed display and win $5,000. Then, Alton Brown auctions off tiny tools stuck in potato people on a new Cutthroat Kitchen.
What to Watch: Patti LaBelle Bakes Pies with Her Biggest Fan, and a Holiday Baking Champion Is Crownedby Ricky Smith in Shows, December 18th, 2015
This weekend, wintry favorites are on the menu as the Food Network chefs settle in for nights filled with comfort food and even more holiday celebrations. First on Saturday morning, The Kitchen welcomes The Today Show’s Natalie Morales, and the co-hosts offer tips on making the most of leftover holiday sweets. After that, Guy Fieri is demonstrating his Smoked Prime Rib just in time for the holidays on a new episode of Guy’s Big Bite.