by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, March 13th, 2015
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, March 6th, 2015
Kick off the weekend with a St. Patrick’s Day celebration this Saturday morning on The Kitchen. Join the hosts as they make a corned beef and cabbage dish with a twist and shake up a must-make St. Paddy’s Day cocktail. On Sunday, learn ways to incorporate preserved fruits and veggies into your cooking on Farmhouse Rules. Nancy Fuller is cooking up a ham steak with apple mustard chutney, shredded beet and carrot salad, a scalloped vegetable casserole, honey ginger lemonade and butterscotch pudding with chocolate ganache for dessert.
Tune in Sunday evening for the competition and thrills beginning with an episode of Guy’s Grocery Games at 8|7c. Watch as four exceptional James Beard-nominated chefs compete for $20,000 in the Triple G Shopping Spree. Then, on All-Star Academy, you don’t want to miss the battle of the mentors as they cook to win for an advantage in the competition. Finally, Alton Brown has sabotages that put three chefs’ skills to the test on Cutthroat Kitchen.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, February 27th, 2015
This Saturday on Food Network, join the cast of The Kitchen as they surprise their co-host Marcela Valladolid with a baby shower and share helpful party-hosting tips for all kinds of festivities. On Sunday, Nancy Fuller is traveling back in time to rediscover her family history through her rulebook on Farmhouse Rules. Watch as she shares stories with her grandchildren and cooks up a traditional family dinner starting with a ham souffle, baked beans and French pickles and finishing off with sweet molasses cookies with a marshmallow frosting.
On Sunday night, don’t miss out on all the fun — stay tuned to catch the competition lineup starting with Guy’s Grocery Games at 8|7c. Then, on a new episode of All-Star Academy, the pressure is on for the remaining eight home cooks as they cook to impress their guest judge, Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian. And finally, stick around to see what tricks Alton has up his sleeve for the contenders on Cutthroat Kitchen.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, February 20th, 2015
Get cooking this weekend with Food Network. First, on Saturday morning, watch The Kitchen for a variety of recipes that are perfect for a cold winter day, from chicken tortellini soup to healthy grain bowls and a maple-and-rum toddy for a warm finish. Then, on Sunday, gather around the bonfire with Nancy Fuller on Farmhouse Rules as she cooks up a comforting meal you don’t want to miss.
On Sunday night, tune in for three hours of competition starting at 8|7c. First, watch chefs rush through the aisles to figure out Guy Fieri’s favorite dish on Guy’s Grocery Games. Then, catch the premiere of All-Star Academy as Bobby Flay, Alex Guarnaschelli, Curtis Stone and Michael Symon each pick two home cooks to guide to victory. Each rookie must compete for a spot on a mentor’s team, but not all of them will make it to the next round. And don’t forget to watch a new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen to see what wild obstacles the chefs must endure as they cook.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, February 13th, 2015
This weekend on Food Network, stay in and get cozy with great comfort food recipes. On Saturday morning, join Ree Drummond as she cooks her family’s favorite dishes. Then, it’s a comfort food feast on The Kitchen as the cast shows off their wild comfort food mash-ups. On Sunday, Giada De Laurentiis has you covered with recipes and ideas for your late-night cravings. Next, Guy Fieri is whipping up a Southwestern meal with his special guest, Joey Fatone. Then, watch Nancy Fuller incorporate beer into her cooking and baking on Farmhouse Rules.
Also, on Sunday night, root for your favorite chefs as they fight for the prize on Guy’s Grocery Games and Cutthroat Kitchen. And don’t miss the one-hour-special of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives at 9|8c as Guy Fieri shares the top food spots on wheels.
by Joseph Erdos in Shows, February 6th, 2015
Rise and shine this Saturday morning with The Pioneer Woman and The Kitchen. First, watch Ree Drummond cook up a pancake bar and a comfort food dinner for her hardworking family. Next, the hosts of The Kitchen will be sharing their finest breakfast ideas and tips for any day of the week.
On Sunday morning, join Giada De Laurentiis for a dazzling Old Hollywood-inspired spread featuring spinoffs of dishes from famous restaurants like Chasen’s and the Tick Tock Tea Room. Then, on Sunday night, catch three hours of competition with Guy’s Grocery Games, Cutthroat Kitchen and the season finale of Worst Cooks in America to see who will walk away with the $25,000 prize.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, January 30th, 2015
This weekend express your love for chocolate by watching a whole block of chocolate-themed episodes from Ree Drummond, the cast of The Kitchen, Giada De Laurentiis and a special Outrageous Chocolate episode. Then tune in for Valentine’s Day-themed competition on Guy’s Grocery Games and see what Alton Brown has in store for the chefs on a new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen.
In addition, Daphne Brogdon has a girls’ night out party, and on Worst Cooks in America, the recruits cook for their loved ones.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, January 23rd, 2015
Start your weekend off right with Food Network. On Saturday morning, watch Ree Drummond prepare a beautiful brunch for the ladies of her family. Then, stay in with The Kitchen for a snow day to get warm winter recipes and ideas on how to spice up your hot cocoa.
On Sunday, don’t miss Guys Fieri’s big steakhouse dinner, featuring a grilled oyster recipe topped with a Spinach Bacon Fondue. Then, the pressure is on for Daphne Brogdon as she cooks up a special birthday dinner for her husband, award-winning Chef Mark Peel. Also, on Sunday evening, tune in for two hours of competition starting off with Worst Cooks in America at 10|9c and Cutthroat Kitchen at 11|10c.
by Joseph Erdos in Shows, January 16th, 2015
Plan your big-game menu this weekend with Food Network. Tune in on Saturday for Ree Drummond’s two-way chicken nachos and desserts for game day. On The Kitchen, the chefs are offering countless party planning tips and slow-cooker recipes that will win over your guests. Chef Anne Burrell joins the cast to show off her mouthwatering turkey burgers.
On Sunday, watch Giada De Laurentiis and Daphne Brogdon cook up their special game-day snacks. Don’t forget to tune in at night, because the competitions are starting to heat up. Watch Guy’s Grocery Games, Worst Cooks in America, Cutthroat Kitchen and the special sneak peek of Duff Till Dawn.
by Joseph Erdos in Shows, January 9th, 2015
This weekend on Food Network, tune in for programming on Saturday and Sunday morning geared to help you create budget-minded meals, whether it’s tips for shopping in bulk, using up leftovers in a creative way or using inexpensive ingredients to get the best bang for your buck. Ree Drummond, the hosts of The Kitchen, Guy Fieri and Daphne Brogdon are full of ideas to help you.
Also, on Saturday, Giada De Laurentiis shows you how to make restaurant-style dishes at home. Then, on Sunday night, tune in for three hours of competition with Guy’s Grocery Games: Family Style, Worst Cooks in America and Cutthroat Kitchen.
Start the weekend off with an array of comforting recipes: First, Ree Drummond has hot soups that hit the spot. The cast of The Kitchen is doing up brunch with tips, recipes and cocktails. Giada De Laurentiis is all about festive desserts to impress guests. Guy Fieri’s making Italian coastal cuisine that’s refreshing and comforting. And Daphne Brogdon is whipping up classic comfort food for a friend.
On Sunday night, take a seat for three hours of competition beginning with an episode of Guy’s Grocery Games: Family Style in which teams of brothers and sisters work together. Next, the Boot Camp recruits on Worst Cooks in America are playing a game of Family Food in order to gain an advantage in the cooking challenge. And chefs are in for torture as they must contend with sabotages on Cutthroat Kitchen, including one involving cooking tacos on a tiki torch.