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What to Watch: Christmas Brunches and a Special Restaurant: Impossible

by in Shows, December 6th, 2013

Trisha YearwoodThis weekend on Food Network, the holiday parties are in full swing. On Saturday, watch Ree host a Christmas cocktail party for her friends and family. Then Trisha invites her band over for a special brunch, complete with a jam session. Later, Giada throws a Christmas brunch with the help of her aunt Raffy. In the evening, watch a special comedy-themed episode of Cupcake Wars.

Start off Sunday morning with a feast from Guy as he prepares grilled swordfish for a holiday meal, complete with healthy and seasonal sides. On Farmhouse Rules, Nancy and her husband are celebrating their wedding anniversary and he’s planned a surprise hot air balloon ride. In the evening, watch all-new episodes of Guy’s Grocery Games and Restaurant Express, followed by a special holiday edition of Restaurant: Impossible where Robert gives back to the hurricane-torn Jersey Shore.

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What to Watch: Holiday Episodes of Iron Chef America and Chopped

by in Shows, November 29th, 2013

Chopped Celebrity Holiday BashThis weekend, Food Network is starting the holidays early with festive episodes. First thing Saturday morning, watch Ree throw an impromptu dinner party for her dad. Then on Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Trisha invites her friends and sister over for a cocktail party. On Giada at Home, Giada shows how she makes treats for holiday gift giving. And on a special night, watch Iron Chef America as teams of Food Network and Cooking Channel chefs face off in a battle of Holiday Ingredients Past.

On Sunday morning, start the day with Rachael’s plan for easy entertaining. Afterward, Guy makes grilled lamb ribs with matching sides. Then on Southern at Heart, Damaris shows Buddy how to use bourbon to give his holiday meal with his wife a special touch. On Farmhouse Rules, Nancy Fuller hosts a dinner party with farm flair. In the evening, tune in for all-new episodes of Guy’s Grocery Games and Restaurant Express, followed by a special episode of Chopped, where TV stars Antonio Sabato Jr., Dawn Wells, Anthony Anderson and Teri Hatcher cook with holiday-themed baskets.

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What to Watch: Trisha Cooks with Kelly Clarkson, Thanksgiving Live and Square Dancing on Farmhouse Rules

by in Shows, November 22nd, 2013

Trisha and KellyThis weekend, Food Network has all the fun, starting in the kitchen. On Saturday morning, watch as Kelly Clarkson stops by from her busy tour to cook — and sing — with Trisha. Then tune in to Food Network’s yearly tradition, Thanksgiving Live! Ina, Alton, Bobby and Giada will be on call, live, answering viewers’ questions while cooking up a holiday dinner. Then in the evening watch a special aquarium-themed episode of Cupcake Wars.

On Sunday Morning, Guy plans an Indian menu for his family inspired by tandoori-style cooking. Then Damaris shows a soldier how to cook a special meal for his wife. On Farmhouse Rules, Nancy Fuller hosts a square dance in her barn with local food to feed her neighborhood friends. And finally in the evening, watch all-new episodes of Guy’s Grocery Games and Restaurant Express.

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What to Watch: Thanksgiving Planning and the Premieres of Farmhouse Rules and On the Rocks

by in Shows, View All Posts, November 15th, 2013

On the RocksGet a head start on Thanksgiving this weekend with the help of Food Network. On Saturday, see Ree’s plan for using up leftovers. Then let Trisha show you her no-fuss holiday menu. And later, see how Giada deals with her Turkey Day remainders. In the evening, watch expert bakers on Cupcake Wars create cupcakes that will lead to the perfect match on a singles’ night.

On Sunday morning, Guy puts his own personal spin on Thanksgiving with a turkeyless menu. Then Damaris is inspired by the season’s many vegetable offerings to create a comforting fall menu. After that is the premiere of Farmhouse Rules, where farm owner Nancy Fuller prepares a family-friendly fall-harvest feast. In the evening, watch all-new episodes of Guy’s Grocery Games and Restaurant Express before the premiere of On the Rocks, where expert John Green helps struggling bar owners find the path to a successful business.

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What to Watch: Trisha’s TV Dinners, Barbie on Cupcake Wars and Food Network’s 20th Birthday Party Special

by in Shows, November 8th, 2013

Food Network BirthdayThis weekend, learn the secrets to a quick meal from Ree, go back in time with retro TV dinners from Trisha, see Barbie-inspired cupcakes in the making and watch Food Network’s 20th Birthday Party, a special look back on the history of the Food Network, hosted by Mo Rocca.

On Sunday morning, Rachael shows you a week’s worth of recipes for spicy-food lovers. Then Guy cooks his favorite cut of steak. And Damaris delves into game-day grub on Southern at Heart. In the evening, start the competition with all-new episodes of Guy’s Grocery Games and Restaurant Express, plus a special Thanksgiving episode of Iron Chef America.

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What to Watch: Giada’s Casino Night, Damaris’ Down-Home Breakfast and the Premiere of Restaurant Express

by in Shows, November 1st, 2013

Robert IrvineThis weekend on Food Network, watch all-new episodes that will inspire and entertain. Start Saturday morning off with some Tex-Mex favorites for the family from Ree. Then, Giada’s inspired by casinos when creating her party spread. In the evening, watch a special Miss America-themed episode of Cupcake Wars.

On Sunday morning, Rachael shows you how to make a week’s worth of recipes. Afterward, Guy reworks breakfast staples as lunch and dinner options. Then on Southern at Heart, Damaris shows a guest in need of culinary guidance how to create a down-home breakfast.

In the evening, watch Guy’s Grocery Games for a surprising twist in the final round. At 9pm/8c, tune in for the series premiere of Restaurant Express in which nine aspiring restaurateurs fight for the chance to win their own restaurant concept. They’ll be traveling by bus, facing challenges created by Robert Irvine, who will help them shape their own restaurant. And finally, watch a new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, where the competitors in the last round must make s’mores, which may require a campfire for one unlucky chef.

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What to Watch: Hanson on Cupcake Wars and the Premiere of Guy’s Grocery Games

by in Shows, October 18th, 2013

HansonThis Saturday, watch Amy Thielen take a road trip through Madison, Wis., and later tune in to see the Hanson brothers judge the competition on Cupcake Wars. On Sunday, start off the morning with five dollar-stretching recipes from Rachael Ray. In the evening it’s the premiere of Guy’s Grocery Games, part game show and part cooking competition all in the aisles of a supermarket. Afterward, tune in to Halloween Wars, where the remaining teams take inspiration from the swamp to create eerie creatures. And then it’s a new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, where you never know what sabotage will come next.

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What to Watch: Ree’s Make-Ahead Meals, Bridal Cupcake Wars and Battle Oktoberfest on Iron Chef America

by in Shows, October 11th, 2013

Ree DrummondThis weekend, Food Network has a bunch of new shows to set you up for wonderful weekly meals and must-see competitions and battles to celebrate the fall season.

On Saturday morning, tune in to The Pioneer Woman as Ree shows off her favorite make-ahead meals. Then on Heartland Table, Amy is inspired by the outdoors to create a wonderful menu. On Cupcake Wars, bakers create cupcakes for a bridal bash. And on a special Iron Chef America, Iron Chefs Michael Symon and Geoffrey Zakarian team up against Chef Bernhard Mairinger in Battle Oktoberfest.

On Sunday morning, Rachael makes a week’s worth of recipes that put a modern spin on classic dishes. Then at night, tune in for Halloween Wars as the teams eerily reimagine fairytales that will leave you with nightmares. And on a new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, one chef is forced to make a pie with only a pie server.

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What to Watch: Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day, Halloween Wars, Plus a Special Halloween Chopped

by in Shows, October 4th, 2013

Halloween WarsThis weekend, sit down at the table for some delicious comforting food with Ree and Amy on Saturday morning. Ree is cooking up a feast of his-and-hers pizzas for her family. Afterward, Amy is inspired by North Dakota’s immigrant population when creating her menu featuring Icelandic, African and Asian influences. On Sunday morning, it’s the premiere of Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day. Tune in for her week’s worth of comfort food recipes.

On Sunday night, watch a special Annie-themed Cupcake Wars as the bakers compete to have their creations featured at the musical’s opening party. On Sunday night, it’s an Extreme Halloween episode of Chopped. Watch as chefs cook with some dreaded ingredients. Then, on the premiere of Halloween Wars, four teams compete to make their best interpretations of a zombie prom. Finally, tune in for culinary sabotage on a new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen.

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What to Watch: Wizard of Oz Meets Cupcakes and the Finales of RvG Kids Cook-Off and Great Food Truck Race

by in Shows, September 27th, 2013

RvG KidsThis weekend, come to Food Network for your comfort food fix, some Chinese dim sum, Wizard of Oz-inspired cupcakes, kitchen sabotage and two finales: Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off and The Great Food Truck Race.

On Saturday morning tune in for The Pioneer Woman as Ree creates a casual lunch for her family. Then Amy Thielen shares her recipe for Granny-Style Chicken on Heartland Table. On Giada at Home, Giada cooks dim sum inspired by a recent trip to Hong Kong. In the evening watch the bakers on Cupcake Wars take on the Wizard of Oz as their inspiration.

Sunday night starts off with the finale of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off as two teams of kids cook dinner for a gathering of special guests who don’t know their chefs aren’t professional adults. By the end of the show, one winner will get his or her own Web series. Then on The Great Food Truck Race, the teams make it to Annapolis, Md., and then go to the Chesapeake Bay for a crabbing challenge. After a surprise elimination, the final two teams head onto Arlington, Va., and finally Washington, D.C., where one team will ride away with its very own food truck and $50,000 in prize money.

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