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  • The Kitchen

    The Kitchen goes on a road trip across the United States with a Fried Clam Roll from Geoffrey Zakarian, a heartland flavor-packed Midwestern Potato Salad from Jeff Mauro, and burgers inspired by their home state ingredients from Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee and Marcela Valladolid. Plus, a showcase of unique flavors of barbecue sauce from state to state, and barbecue champion and pit master Melissa Cookston reveals her secret to award-winning sauce for ribs. Then, actress KK Glick joins for a toast to the 49th state with Geoffrey's Burnt Alaska milkshake.

  • Chopped

    For this heated summer battle, the chefs must work with seasonal foods like lobsters and cocktails in the first round. In the second basket, the chefs find another seafood mystery ingredient and potato chips. Then, the two chefs who make it to the final round must figure out how to make summer desserts from a refreshing beverage and an indulgent frozen treat.

  • Chopped

    It's a battle for all the carnivores, celebrating the art of barbecue in the Chopped Kitchen. In the first basket, the chefs find a regional barbecue sauce and jumbo shrimp. In round two, the chefs scramble to make delicious pork spare ribs entree. After two savory barbecue courses, the last two chefs must make sweet and hearty desserts with bananas and coconuts.

  • Chopped

    It's a friendly competition between friends, when the Chopped judges face off with baskets containing leftover ingredients. In the appetizer round, the chefs must turn tuna noodle casserole into something new. Rice left in a pan and soup saved for later are two of the ingredients in the entree basket. In the dessert round, leftover cake must be turned into something innovative and delicious.

  • Chopped

    It's a friendly competition between friends, when the Chopped judges face off with baskets containing leftover ingredients. In the appetizer round, the chefs must turn tuna noodle casserole into something new. Rice left in a pan and soup saved for later are two of the ingredients in the entree basket. In the dessert round, leftover cake must be turned into something innovative and delicious.

  • The Kitchen

    Learn how to make an easy Al Pastor-style pork tenderloin. Then, food hacks are put to the test, and two delicious tomato summer side dishes. Actress Melissa Gilbert shares her fried chicken recipe and Food Network Star finalists Jay Ducote, Eddie Jackson and Dom Tesoriero compete for the best poolside snack. Plus, tips for your next pool party and a summer twist on a Bloody Mary.

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    Watermelon Snacks from Food Network Star Finalists

  • The Kitchen

    Katie cooks up a cool and crispy snack using the most searched summer ingredient. Marcela's Aztec Fruit Bars are the perfect snack for your road trip. Jeff grills up Angel Food Cake With Peaches and Cream. GZ, Sunny and Katie create some epic mashups, like Ramen Noodle PIzza. Geoffrey's Sparkling Peach Iced Tea is the perfect pairing for all your summer snacks.

  • The Kitchen

    Katie Lee takes us home to West Virginia, making the ultimate comfort food — her Fried Chicken. Learn the dos and don'ts for deep frying and Southern-style tricks to save time and effort in the kitchen. Sunny Anderson makes a comforting side of Easy Baked Sweet Corn and Katie whips up a Sweet Tea Cocktail. Lazarus Lynch from the digital series 'Son of a Southern Chef' stops by to make a crowd-pleasing 'Bama Chocolate Mousse, and the hosts give their verdict on fried, decadent foods.

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  • Chopped

    It's a friendly competition between friends, when the Chopped judges face off with baskets containing leftover ingredients. In the appetizer round, the chefs must turn tuna noodle casserole into something new. Rice left in a pan and soup saved for later are two of the ingredients in the entree basket. In the dessert round, leftover cake must be turned into something innovative and delicious.

  • Chopped

    It's a friendly competition between friends, when the Chopped judges face off with baskets containing leftover ingredients. In the appetizer round, the chefs must turn tuna noodle casserole into something new. Rice left in a pan and soup saved for later are two of the ingredients in the entree basket. In the dessert round, leftover cake must be turned into something innovative and delicious.

  • Chopped

    It's a battle for all the carnivores, celebrating the art of barbecue in the Chopped Kitchen. In the first basket, the chefs find a regional barbecue sauce and jumbo shrimp. In round two, the chefs scramble to make delicious pork spare ribs entree. After two savory barbecue courses, the last two chefs must make sweet and hearty desserts with bananas and coconuts.

  • Chopped

    For this heated summer battle, the chefs must work with seasonal foods like lobsters and cocktails in the first round. In the second basket, the chefs find another seafood mystery ingredient and potato chips. Then, the two chefs who make it to the final round must figure out how to make summer desserts from a refreshing beverage and an indulgent frozen treat.

  • The Kitchen

    The Kitchen goes on a road trip across the United States with a Fried Clam Roll from Geoffrey Zakarian, a heartland flavor-packed Midwestern Potato Salad from Jeff Mauro, and burgers inspired by their home state ingredients from Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee and Marcela Valladolid. Plus, a showcase of unique flavors of barbecue sauce from state to state, and barbecue champion and pit master Melissa Cookston reveals her secret to award-winning sauce for ribs. Then, actress KK Glick joins for a toast to the 49th state with Geoffrey's Burnt Alaska milkshake.

  • Chopped

    The chefs learn that they will be making hamburgers, in some shape or form, for every round, starting with veal burgers for appetizers. Then in the entree round a little quail egg causes a big headache for some of the competitors. And who's ever heard of a dessert burger?

  • Chopped

    It's a battle for all the carnivores, celebrating the art of barbecue in the Chopped Kitchen. In the first basket, the chefs find a regional barbecue sauce and jumbo shrimp. In round two, the chefs scramble to make delicious pork spare ribs entree. After two savory barbecue courses, the last two chefs must make sweet and hearty desserts with bananas and coconuts.

  • Chopped

    For this heated summer battle, the chefs must work with seasonal foods like lobsters and cocktails in the first round. In the second basket, the chefs find another seafood mystery ingredient and potato chips. Then, the two chefs who make it to the final round must figure out how to make summer desserts from a refreshing beverage and an indulgent frozen treat.

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About Geoffrey Zakarian

Geoffrey Zakarian, a master of modern American cuisine, has presided over some of the country’s top kitchens in the past 25 years. Currently, Geoffrey is chef/partner at The Lambs Club and The National in New York City as well as at The Water Club at Borgata in Atlantic City. More

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