by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, May 8th, 2015
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, May 1st, 2015
This weekend on Food Network, join your favorite chefs as they celebrate Mother’s Day with family-favorite recipes and quality time in the kitchen. On Saturday morning, tune in for new episodes of The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen and The Kitchen for great recipes like Lobster Mac and Cheese from Ree Drummond, Apple Chocolate Cake from Trisha Yearwood and surprising muffin-tin dinners from the cast of The Kitchen.
On Sunday, stay tuned for more family fun and unbeatable recipes on Giada at Home, Southern at Heart and Farmhouse Rules. The festivities continue through Sunday night’s competition, with Guy’s Grocery Games and Spring Baking Championship. First, watch as four moms compete for the ultimate Mother’s Day gift of a shopping spree worth up to $20,000 on Guy’s Grocery Games. Then, on Spring Baking Championship, the skilled bakers must whip up an impressive and festive brunch for Mother’s Day. Last but not least, Cutthroat Kitchen is on at 10|9c with new challenging sabotages and hysterical obstacles.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, April 24th, 2015
Start building your Cinco de Mayo menu this weekend with Mexican-inspired recipes and spicy dishes from Food Network. On Saturday morning, The Pioneer Woman is cooking up a Tex-Mex feast featuring a layered Mexican Salad, Taco Potatoes, Green Chile Chicken and Key Lime Pie. Next, Trisha Yearwood is bringing on the heat with her Penne with Spicy Sausage Sauce on a new Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. Then, on The Kitchen, the chefs are giving you the lowdown on three spicy ingredients you could use in everyday cooking and teaching a lesson on the differences between Tex-Mex and Mexican tacos. Also, special guest Marc Murphy will be serving a juicy and spicy skirt steak.
On Sunday morning, watch Giada at Home for a variety of savory 15-minute pasta recipes that are perfect for weeknight dinners. Then, don’t miss the spicy food lineups on Southern at Heart and Farmhouse Rules for flavorful recipes like Damaris Phillips’ Enchalasagna and Nancy Fuller’s famous Spicy Three-Meat Chili, Jalapeno Cornbread and a Fiery Triple Chocolate Cream Pie. In the evening, starting at 8|7c, tune in for action-packed competition and a whole lot of laughs on new episodes of Guy’s Grocery Games, Spring Baking Championship and Cutthroat Kitchen.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, April 17th, 2015
This Saturday, watch Food Network for a twist on ordinary dinner, the ultimate comfort-food menu and simple, one-pan weeknight dinner recipes. Start the morning off with The Pioneer Woman as Ree Drummond makes breakfast for dinner, featuring dishes like Wild Rice Pancakes and Breakfast Quesadillas. Next up, Trisha Yearwood is serving a mouthwatering comfort-food feast on Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. Then, the chefs of The Kitchen are demonstrating quick and easy weeknight dinners and ways to boost the tastiness of ordinary grilled cheese.
Tune in on Sunday morning to get more great recipes from Food Network stars with new episodes of Giada at Home, Southern at Heart and Farmhouse Rules. On Sunday night, tune in for three hours of competition that will have you on the edge of your seat. First, watch as four chefs from different regions of the United States engage in combat for culinary triumph on Guy’s Grocery Games. At 9|8c, don’t miss a very sweet season premiere of Spring Baking Championship. Watch as eight extremely gifted bakers take on spring-inspired challenges to impress the judges. Cap the night off with a fresh episode of Cutthroat Kitchen to see which chef survives Alton Brown’s mischievous obstacles.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, April 3rd, 2015
Get ready for delicious recipes and thrilling competition this weekend on Food Network. On Saturday, tune in for episodes of The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen and The Kitchen. First up, watch Ree Drummond as she shares her all-time favorite dishes through the years and today. Next, join Trisha Yearwood for a fun and satisfying breakfast with her friends featuring Bacon Waffles with Maple Syrup, a Cinnamon Cereal Cocktail and more. Then, the hosts of The Kitchen are giving a how-to on growing produce from kitchen scraps and an assortment of dry and wet flavored rubs.
On Sunday, keep cooking with new episodes of Giada at Home, Southern at Heart and Farmhouse Rules for great steak dishes, fancy party bites and a celebratory Italian spread. At night, don’t miss the intense competition, starting with Guy’s Grocery Games. Then, at 9|8c, watch the season finale of All-Star Academy to find out which of the home cooks triumphs and wins the $50,000 prize. Lastly, Alton Brown has creative and challenging obstacles in store for a set of competitors on a new Cutthroat Kitchen.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, March 27th, 2015
This weekend on Food Network, tune in for fresh recipes and competition fun. On Saturday, join Ree Drummond as she shares her best tips on what foods to cook ahead and freeze for future quick-fix meals. Don’t miss her lineup of the perfect recipes for frozen meatballs, chicken and tomato sauce. Next, the cast of The Kitchen is celebrating Passover with fried matzo brei and are showing off their favorite springtime recipes. On Sunday, watch Southern at Heart for a comfort dinner you don’t want to miss, featuring a Kale “Caesar” Salad, Spinach and Artichoke Dip Pasta and a Chocolate and Espresso Layer Cake with Peanut Butter Icing for a special birthday celebration.
On Sunday night, tune in for the exciting games and challenges that will keep you on the edge of your seat, starting with a new episode of Guy’s Grocery Games at 8|7c. All-Star Academy is up next, with a twist — the mentors become the judges and special guest Robert Irvine will be standing in for the mentors. See which home cooks are sent to the elimination round through a blind taste test. Last, but certainly not least, watch Cutthroat Kitchen to see Alton Brown’s creative and entertaining obstacles for this week’s participants.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, March 20th, 2015
Start prepping the Easter menu this weekend on Food Network. Tune in on Saturday for Easter festivities and recipes on new episodes of The Pioneer Woman and The Kitchen. Ree Drummond will be making traditional holiday dishes like Hot Cross Buns, Tortellini Primavera, Crudite Basket with Spinach Dip and Crispy Easter Eggs for the kids. Then, the cast of The Kitchen is cooking up classics like stuffed pork loin and leg of lamb. Pastry chef Johnny luzzini stops by to show off his unique carrot cake. Watch to find out how you can enter to win an Easter basket filled with kitchen must-haves (pictured above).
On Sunday, watch Farmhouse Rules and join Nancy Fuller as she makes a delightful lunch of Poached Salmon Salad, Herbed Rice Pilaf and Asparagus with Hollandaise sauce. Then, on Sunday night, stay tuned for Guy’s Grocery Games, All-Star Academy and Cutthroat Kitchen to cheer on the chefs as they battle for victory.
by Rosanna Talarico in Shows, March 13th, 2015
Don’t miss great recipes, tips and tricks this weekend on Food Network. Tune in Saturday morning for a sweet start on The Pioneer Woman as Ree Drummond shares quick and easy desserts the whole family will enjoy. Next, on The Kitchen, the cast has a lineup of pantry staple recipes, freezer fixes, and unique ways to use your kitchen leftovers. On Sunday, join Nancy Fuller and her bowling team for a pre-tournament brunch of Cream Cheese-Stuffed French Toast, Sausage and Bacon Hash, Berry Granola Parfait and a special punch.
On Sunday night, sit back and enjoy three hours of competition filled with new obstacles and challenges on Guy’s Grocery Games, All-Star Academy and Cutthroat Kitchen starting at 8|7c.
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.
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.