by Christie Bok in Shows, August 7th, 2015
by Christie Bok in Shows, July 31st, 2015
Kick back this weekend and tune in to Food Network for new recipes and some competition fun. On Saturday morning, catch up with Ree Drummond for her daughter’s graduation party, for which Ree prepares a steak and shrimp taco bar plus a variety of delicious fixings. Then, Ina Garten heads to Los Angeles to cook with Jennifer Garner and have a master class with Wolfgang Puck. Next, watch the premiere of Valerie’s Home Cooking, where Valerie Bertinelli hosts her Hot in Cleveland co-stars for a lunch featuring each of their favorite dishes.
On Sunday morning, Giada De Laurentiis and her Aunt Raffy first visit the town where Giada’s great-grandparents once owned a pasta factory and then return home to make dishes like Fusilli with Fresh Pomodoro. Then, Daphne Brogdon hosts a fancy dinner party and serves up Porterhouse Steaks with Creamy Leek Sauce and Maple Pudding with Bourbon Whipped Cream. You won’t want to miss the all-new competitions on Sunday night, when contestants face a shoptacle course on Triple G and Food Network finalists make the dish of their lifetime. End your weekend with Alton’s evilicious challenges on Cutthroat Kitchen at 10|9c.
by Christie Bok in Shows, July 24th, 2015
If you’ve been cooking up all your favorite summer recipes and are looking for new dishes to put in the mix, Food Network has your answer. This weekend, tune in and get all-new summer recipes, starting with The Kitchen on Saturday morning. Focusing on summer seafood, Geoffrey Zakarian shares his crowd-pleasing recipe for paella and the cast members share their guide to grilling fish. On Sunday morning, join Giada De Laurentiis for her poolside picnic featuring a grilled chicken panini with broccoli pesto and extra-chocolatey brownies. Next, find out what Daphne Brogdon makes when she’s cooking breakfast for dinner, like her Fried Eggs with Spanish Pantry Sauce.
Kick off your Sunday night with an all-new episode of Triple G where some of the nation’s best young chefs take on Flavortown Market. Then, watch as Food Network Star finalists prove to the judges that they can host their own live TV segment, which is a critical skill they must have to advance themselves to the finale. Finally, end your competition-filled night with some of Alton’s evilicious challenges on Cutthroat Kitchen. Tune in to see which chef has what it takes to survive the sabotages.
by Christie Bok in Shows, July 17th, 2015
Tune in to Food Network with your favorite chefs this weekend for all-new recipes and action-packed competition that is both friendly and fun. Start off your Saturday off with The Kitchen to learn the cast’s summer staples like Marcela Valladolid’s Steamed Clams with Chorizo and Tequila. Plus, Damaris Phillips stops by as a special guest and shares her recipe for Buffalo Chicken Pasta Salad. On Sunday morning, join Giada De Laurentiis, her family and friends in Positano for a cocktail party featuring California-inspired bites — like Crostini with Smoked Whitefish — and two Italian cocktails. Next, Daphne Brogdon shows you how to make both sweet and savory recipes using steam.
On Sunday night, gear up for three hours of back-to-back competition, starting with Triple G. Watch as the contestants try to make a steak sandwich without bread because in this final challenge, Guy Fieri throws a major curveball: The odd-numbered aisles are off-limits. Then, watch as Damaris guides Food Network finalists who must present holiday dishes during a video presentation while representing their culinary points of view. Finally, end your night with Alton Brown’s evilicious challenges on Cutthroat Kitchen at 10|9c.
by Christie Bok in Shows, July 10th, 2015
This weekend, catch up with your favorite chefs on Food Network, who are bringing you all-new recipes — ranging from frozen summer treats to authentic Italian dishes — that are perfect for every occasion. On Saturday morning, join the cast of The Kitchen for summer recipes like potato salad. Plus, they get a special visit from Kathie Lee Gifford, who makes her delicious Peach and Rhubarb Crostata.
Start your Sunday morning with Ree Drummond and watch as she puts the spotlight on color in vibrant dishes like her Asian noodle salad and strawberry ice cream. Next, tune in for the premiere of Giada in Italy, where Giada De Laurentiis travels to the beautiful coastal town of Sorrento to grab ingredients for her light meal featuring Grilled Treviso with Citrus Bagna Cauda. Then, learn Daphne Brogdon’s recipes for cooking economically, like her Hearty Summer Pasta and Three-Ingredient Pea Soup. In the evening, gear up for three hours of competition. Kick it off with Triple G, where the chefs face a challenge involving the express lane. Then, it’s a food truck throwdown on Food Network Star. Watch as the finalists create a social-media promo for their food truck, which they must present to food truck enthusiasts who get to decide which dishes of theirs to try. Finally, tune in for Alton Brown’s latest challenges on Cutthroat Kitchen at 10|9c.
by Christie Bok in Shows, July 3rd, 2015
Cooking can sometimes seem like a daunting activity, but making food from scratch doesn’t always have to be complicated. This weekend on Food Network, tune in to see how Daphne Brogdon simplifies dishes. Join her on Sunday morning as she shows you how to grill flank steak and demonstrates how she tackles a commonly feared ingredient, yeast, in her delicious Cheesy Bread Rolls.
Then, get ready for three hours of fun-filled competition on Sunday night. First, in an all-new episode of Triple G, Guy has the competitors make a dish using only ingredients that start with the letter S. Then, they play an exciting game of Musical Carts for a chance to go on and compete to win a $20,000 shopping spree. Next, catch up with the remaining finalists on Food Network Star. They must get creative and have a sense of humor, because they’re cooking for guest judge David Alan Grier and a crowd full of fans of both comedy and food. Finally, tune in for Cutthroat Kitchen at 10|9c — you won’t want to miss Alton’s evilicious challenges!
by Christie Bok in Shows, June 26th, 2015
Toast to the warm summer months with Food Network this weekend and get all-new recipes from your favorite chefs. On Saturday, catch up with Trisha Yearwood as she hosts an impromptu get-together for her singer-songwriter friend Sunny Sweeney. She makes delicious finger foods like Roasted Red Pepper Hummus and Pulled Chicken Sandwiches with Spicy Slaw. The celebration continues on The Kitchen, where Bobby and Jamie Deen join the cast for fun recipes like Grilled Butterflied BBQ Chicken and Watermelon Margarita with Espelette Salt.
Kick off your Sunday morning with Daphne Brogdon for her backyard summer party, where her menu features Chorizo Sliders with Spicy Avocado Spread and Cool As a Cucumber Soup Shooters. Next, Damaris Phillips throws a fancy white party where she makes Roasted Chicken, Brie and Peach Pizza, White Summer Sangria and Orange Blossom Bundt Cake that she drizzles with a decadent White Chocolate Ganache. On Sunday night, prepare for three hours of competition, starting with Triple G, where Battle America returns to Flavortown. Then, watch as Food Network Star finalists pair up and collaborate on a dish for first-time daters on Match. Finally, it’s a circus-themed episode on Cutthroat Kitchen. Clown cars, a ring of fire and three-wheeling are all fair game for these daring chefs!
by Christie Bok in Shows, June 19th, 2015
When it comes to showing someone how much you care about them, a home-cooked meal can be just the right gesture. This weekend, tune in for all-new recipes and episodes on Food Network, where stars like Ree Drummond and Trisha Yearwood cook for their family and friends. On Saturday morning, catch up with Ree as she makes Breakfast Biscuits for her husband and son, who are working on the ranch. Next, join the birthday celebration at Trisha’s house, where she and her friend Glenda are making fun finger foods like Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Bars for their costume party. On Sunday morning, Daphne Brogdon takes you around the world with an internationally inspired menu that features sticky ribs with a homemade banana sauce and a soba noodle salad.
The competition heats up on Sunday night, first with a summer celebration on Triple G. Watch the chefs channel their creativity as they turn cherry pie ingredients into a chicken dinner worthy of a $20,000 prize. Next, jump-start your patriotic festivities with Food Network Star, where the finalists cook for a 4th of July cookout. The weekend wouldn’t be complete without a few evilicious challenges from Alton — don’t miss an all-new Cutthroat Kitchen at 10|9c.
by Christie Bok in Shows, June 12th, 2015
This Saturday on Food Network, tune in to see what your favorite chefs are cooking to celebrate the fathers in their lives. First, catch up with Ree Drummond as she cooks a Tex-Mex lunch for her father-in-law Chuck and his crew, who’ve been working on the ranch. She makes slow-cooked Spicy Shredded Pork and Cheese Enchiladas, dishes that are sure to satisfy a cowboy-sized appetite. Then, Trisha Yearwood and her sister make some of their favorite guy-friendly dishes, like a loaded Taco Pizza and a decadent German Chocolate Cake. End your afternoon with a Father’s Day-themed episode of The Kitchen, where the cast brings you a special dad edition of Tool Takedown and a homemade banana-split ice cream cake.
Food Network’s Father’s Day-inspired meals continue on Sunday morning. Check out Daphne Brogdon’s new recipes like her “Dad-hattan” cocktail to toast her husband, Mark. Next, join Damaris Phillips for a brunch sparked by her grandfather’s sweet tooth, where she whips up Cinnamon Roll Biscuits with Sweet Tea Caramel and Five-Cup Ambrosia. On Sunday night, put your game face on (and grab Dad too) to get ready for three hours of back-to-back competition. Watch as four dads race down the grocery aisles on Triple G, and then stay tuned to see Food Network Star finalists tasked with making tiny and trendy food creations. Plus, you won’t want to miss the all-new sabotages on Cutthroat Kitchen.
by Christie Bok in Shows, June 5th, 2015
Whether you’re making dinner on a budget or trying new ingredients, there’s always room to expand your culinary arsenal. This weekend on Food Network, tune in to the stars for their best tips and tricks in the kitchen. On Saturday, Ree Drummond tackles her pantry to make flavorful dishes using staple ingredients like basmati rice and canned tomatoes. Next, join Trisha Yearwood as she serves the ultimate finger foods and performs for her guests at her record release party. Then, the cast of The Kitchen shows you recipes for success — think fresh grilled fruits and vegetables. And don’t forget: End your night with the premiere of Outrageous Wedding Cakes 2 at 9|8c.
On Sunday morning, find out what Daphne Brogdon makes for her backyard summer party and then learn Damaris Phillips’ creative ways to use peanut butter and jelly. In the evening, gear up for three hours of competition. First, take a trip with Guy Fieri to Flavortown, where in this episode, the competitors take on the Triple G tasks in pairs. Then, watch as Food Network Star finalists bake for their mentors. Finally, see the best of the worst sabotages on an all-new Cutthroat Kitchen.
As you gear up for the summer months, you may notice your calendar filling up with barbecues, potlucks and parties — all of which call for some delicious food. This weekend, tune in and watch some of your favorite stars and get menu ideas for your next backyard get-together. On Saturday, join the cast of The Kitchen as they make must-have meals. Dishes like Crispy Personal Pita Pizzas and Strawberry Smash cocktail are both tasty and party-friendly, ideal to share with friends. On Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis creates a fusion of Japanese and Italian food with dishes like Asian Mushroom Risotto. Then, catch up with Daphne Brogdon as she prepares a fun menu for her outdoor movie theater party and with Damaris Phillips as she makes her Pecan-Crusted Stuffed Chicken.
On Sunday night, channel your competitive spirit and get ready for three hours of back-to-back competition. First, there’s an all-new Triple G: Redemption, where competitors get a second chance to cook for the grand prize. Next, watch the premiere of Food Network Star and see the 12 contestants take on their first challenge to create an introductory video and make their signature dish for their mentors and the judges. Finish the night off with an all-new Cutthroat Kitchen — you know Alton will be throwing the most evilicious of curveballs.