It’s time to break out the Thanksgiving recipes and start planning your holiday meal, and the Food Network chefs have you covered with easy make-ahead recipes to make this year’s feast easier than ever. First, Ree Drummond is fixing up a campfire meal complete with Cheesy Bacon Hot Dogs and Big Time Sangria (but don’t miss her turkey-day tips in a special episode on Monday night). Next, Nancy Fuller is putting timesaving spins on everything from the turkey to the pie on her Thanksgiving special. After that, The Kitchen co-hosts have you covered with a timeline for the big meal, and a special appearance by Martha Stewart. Then, Patricia Heaton creates a cozy meal of Cranberry Cornbread Bites and Prosciutto-Wrapped Pears. Finally, Valerie Bertinelli hosts her own Thanksgiving celebration filled with Sweet and Salty Pepitas and a Deep-Fried Turkey you have to see to believe. And on Saturday night, don’t miss two new episodes of Unwrapped 2.0.
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It’s officially comfort food season, and all of the Food Network chefs are sharing their easy, cheesy and downright indulgent eats. It starts Saturday morning, when Ree Drummond is offering up tips for minimal-prep dorm room food like Waffle Maker Pizzas and Tea Kettle Noodle Soup. Next, Nancy Fuller is treating her grandkids to a feast of Honey Fried Chicken and Chocolate Chip Cookie Icebox Cake. After that, the co-hosts of The Kitchen share three new slow-cooker hacks, and Amanda Freitag stops by to make her “Pork on Pork” Chops. Patricia Heaton is hosting a game-day party filled with comfort food like Sloppy Joe Pockets and Kickoff Cupcakes. Finally, Valerie Bertinelli is spicing up poker night with southwestern egg rolls and ham sliders. On Saturday night, it’s two brand-new episodes of Unwrapped 2.0 that include behind-the-scenes looks at circus peanuts, Tootsie Rolls and more.
With plenty of time left to prepare for your holiday festivities, you can watch your favorite Food Network chefs reveal their best ideas during all-new Thanksgiving-themed episodes. Get ready for a brand-new spread of indulgent recipes, timesaving tips and creative hacks to make this year’s feast easier and more delicious than ever.
The Kitchen, The Pioneer Woman, Valerie’s Home Cooking, Brunch at Bobby’s and Southern at Heart are all proving that Thanksgiving can be reinvented every year with new recipes. Guy Fieri is doing double duty with two new turkey-themed episodes of Guy’s Big Bite, while Bobby Flay joins Ina Garten for A Barefoot Thanksgiving in the barn with a dazzling spread and foolproof strategies for the busy day.
If you’re in the competitive spirit, Guy’s Grocery Games, Cutthroat Kitchen, Beat Bobby Flay and Chopped Junior all have a turkey-day twist. Looking to indulge outside the house? Top 5 has the season’s best Thanksgiving comfort food, and a special episode of Guilty Pleasures will have chefs and stars spilling their favorite holiday eats. Head to Thanksgiving Central for all the details, and don’t forget to watch the Food Network Kitchen turkey roast, live on FoodNetwork.com/Thanksgiving starting at 10a|9c.
What to Watch: Special Guest Raven-Symoné on The Kitchen, and the Season Premiere of Holiday Baking Championshipby Ricky Smith in Shows, October 30th, 2015
This weekend, whether you’re feeding a crowd or just yourself, your favorite chefs have you covered with new recipes and easy kitchen tips. First up, Ree Drummond has the house to herself, and she’s cooking up lamb chops and Dulce de Leche Coffee for dessert. Next, it’s a romantic alfresco dinner on Nancy Fuller’s farm with Shrimp Scampi with Bucatini Noodles and bourbon-soaked bread pudding. Then, Ming Tsai stops by to demonstrate fall-flavored fried wontons while Jeff Mauro shows actress Raven-Symoné around the kitchen. After that, Patricia Heaton is hosting a party for her lady friends and serving Mini Quiche and Classic Cheese Fondue. On Saturday night, go behind the scenes of the making of your favorite foods with Unwrapped 2.0.
On Sunday morning, Duff Goldman bakes fantasy creations based on the challenges from Holiday Baking Championship on Duff’s Sweet Spot. Next, Damaris Phillips is recreating her favorite fair foods as bite-sized appetizers like Corn Dog Muffins and Meyer Lemon Shake-Up Tarts. Then, on Sunday night, a lineup of talented young chefs hits the aisles on Guy’s Grocery Games. Next, 10 new bakers take on a nutty chocolate dessert during the first challenge on the premiere of Holiday Baking Championship. And Alton Brown ends the night with brand-new sabotages on Cutthroat Kitchen.
What to Watch: The Kitchen’s Halloween Party Shortcuts and Elvira on the Season Finale of Halloween Warsby Ricky Smith in Shows, October 23rd, 2015
It’s time to start prepping for all of your Halloween festivities — and this weekend your favorite shows will have all the tricks, tips and recipes you’ll need. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond is making a care package for her daughter that includes Brownie Cookies and Homemade Cheddar Crackers. Next, Nancy Fuller turns her farm into a haunted adventure complete with ghoulish treats. Then, The Kitchen co-hosts reveal the best crafts and tricks for your Halloween party, including two ways to transform apple cider donuts. After that, Patricia Heaton prepares a haunted feast including Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheeses and Zombie Punch. Then on Saturday night, Alfonso Ribeiro is going behind the scenes to find out how Hot Tamales, Dum Dums and Tootsie Pops are made.
On Sunday morning, Damaris Phillips is carving pumpkins while enjoying Roasted Chicken White Chili and Red Velvet Lava Cake. And on Sunday night, Guy Fieri challenges chefs to turn the main ingredients of lemon bars into a dinner on Guy’s Grocery Games. Next, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, helps decide which team wins Halloween Wars and the grand prize of $50,000. Then, Alton Brown has a new slate of sabotages planned for the chefs on Cutthroat Kitchen.
Settle in for a weekend of comforting fall favorites and heated competition on Food Network. First up on Saturday, Bobby Flay is getting brunch inspiration from a walk through New Orleans’ French Quarter and cooking up Bananas Foster Beignets. Next, Ree Drummond is testing recipes she’s never tried before, like Falafel with Chipotle Tahini Dip and Chicken and Waffles. Then, get the trends for fall on The Kitchen and watch the co-hosts reveal their favorite hacks. On Saturday night, learn the secrets behind barbecue side dishes and grab-and-go breakfasts on two new episodes of Unwrapped 2.0.
On Sunday morning, Damaris Phillips is taking a few pages out of her grandmother’s cookbook, fixing up Porcupine Meatballs in Sauerkraut and Oatmeal Molasses Cookies. Then on Sunday night, Guy Fieri’s buddies from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives compete together on Guy’s Grocery Games. After that, Halloween Wars continues with a guest judge from MTV’s Scream as competitors fight for a shot in the finals. Then, Alton Brown dishes out a fresh lineup of sabotages on a new Cutthroat Kitchen.
What to Watch: The Premiere of Unwrapped 2.0, and The Walking Dead’s Benjamin Papac on Halloween Warsby Ricky Smith in Shows, October 9th, 2015
This weekend, celebrate the cool weather with comfort food recipes from your favorite chefs. On Saturday morning, Ree Drummond starts things off with a family lunch of Spicy Sausage Dogs and Kiwi Lime Pie for dessert. Next, the co-hosts of The Kitchen are sharing their best autumn recipes with Jeff Mauro’s United States of Meatloaf and Marcela Valladolid’s Spaghetti Tossed with Butternut Squash and Sage Butter. Then, on Sunday night, Unwrapped 2.0 premieres with back-to-back episodes about movie theater eats and your favorite crunchy snacks.
On Sunday morning, Giada De Laurentiis hosts a wine-and-appetizer party, serving Potato Crisps with Goat Cheese and Olives and a Savory Crostata. Next, Damaris Phillips goes picking the fresh harvest and picnicking with blackened chicken sandwiches and Zucchini Noodle Salad. Then, on Sunday night, there are all-new competition shows, starting with a Guy’s Grocery Games with four chefs who have overcome adversities to make their culinary dreams come true. Next, the four remaining teams on Halloween Wars present their displays to guest judge Benjamin Papac from The Walking Dead. Then, Alton ends the night with a whole new slate of sabotages on Cutthroat Kitchen.
Fall is officially here, and that means your favorite chefs have tons of fun in store for both Halloween and football season. Join the party, starting Saturday morning, with Bobby Flay’s easy autumn brunch featuring Biscuit Sticky Buns and Riesling sangria. After that, Nancy Fuller is hosting a family reunion with Farm-Style Chicken and Drop Dumplings and a Rhubarb Reunion Cocktail. Next, NASCAR driver Danica Patrick stops by on The Kitchen to reveal her favorite tailgate recipe while the co-hosts offer tips on how to plan and pack everything. Then, Valerie Bertinelli is having her family over for a day of football, food and fun, including her quick-cooking gumbo and Sicilian Love Cake.
On Sunday morning, Giada De Laurentiis prepares pound cake from her favorite bakery with limoncello zabaglione and adds Mascarpone Sorbetto with Rosemary Honey. Then, Damaris Phillips cooks Southern Sloppy Joe Sliders and Butternut Squash Slaw over the campfire while she and her husband go glamping on the lawn. Then, it’s a night of spooky competition shows. First, Guy Fieri hosts a Halloween cook-off complete with pumpkin bowling and frightening ingredients on Guy’s Grocery Games. Next, five teams kick off a season of terrifying battles on Halloween Wars as they are challenged to create a display that captures an infestation. Then, Alton Brown’s got even more sabotage planned for a special Halloween episode of Cutthroat Kitchen.
What to Watch: First Taste of Fall on The Kitchen and the Season Finale of The Great Food Truck Raceby Ricky Smith in Shows, September 25th, 2015
This weekend, start fall off right with new autumn eats from your favorite chefs and the crowning of the winning team on The Great Food Truck Race. First up on Saturday, Ree Drummond celebrates the men in her life with their favorite sweets, like Lemon Bread Pudding and Mike’s Crispy Treats. Next, Nancy Fuller caters a meal for the local book drive, including Creamy Crab and Bacon Endive Boats and Apple Puffs with Meringue. After that, the co-hosts of The Kitchen serve up fall favorites and reveal which bar gadgets will save you time. Then, Valerie Bertinelli shows her appreciation for her fellow volunteers at a local animal adoption event with English and Italian Finger Sandwiches and Deviled Eggs Three Ways.
On Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis prepares an Italian supper of Lamb Osso Buco and Roasted Squash with Cherries and Pistachios. And on Sunday night, Guy Fieri challenges the chefs to create a pork dinner using just one ingredient from each aisle on a new Guy’s Grocery Games. Next, on the season finale of The Great Food Truck Race, the two remaining teams must sell three different ethnic dishes in three different ethnic neighborhoods before one is crowned champion and drives away with $50,000. Then, Alton Brown forces two chefs to cook on a seesaw on a new Cutthroat Kitchen.
What to Watch: 15-Minute Dinners on The Kitchen and Pro Athletes Pair Up with Pro Chefs on Guy’s Grocery Gamesby Ricky Smith in Shows, September 18th, 2015
Kick back this weekend with your favorite chefs as they show you how to plan, prep and cook last-minute meals when you’re crunched for time. It all starts on Saturday as Ree Drummond creates homemade takeout with her 16-minute cowboy meals, like Smothered Pork Chops and Tex-Mex Fried Rice. Next, Nancy Fuller is preparing a quick lunch for some friends, featuring Hot Pressed Reubens and Crispy Lemon Garlic Kale Chips. Then, the co-hosts of The Kitchen reveal their top tips for saving time while you cook. And finally, Valerie Bertinelli talks last-minute dinner solutions, including her Crazy Easy Quickbread and Baked Salmon with Honey Mustard Sauce.
On Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis is hosting a bocce-ball picnic for some of the locals, with portable eats like Prosciutto Cotto Pinwheels and Marinated Salumi Sandwiches. And on Sunday night, all-star chefs team up with professional athletes and hit the aisles on Guy’s Grocery Games for the chance to win up to $30,000 for charity. Next, the food trucks go old-school as Tyler Florence takes away their phones and Internet abilities, forcing them to market with roadside attractions. Then, Alton Brown sells a sabotage that challenges one chef to make gumbo by tossing the ingredients from a balcony.