What to Watch: The Premiere of The Kitchen Sink and the Finale of Spring Baking Championship

This weekend, don't miss the premiere of The Kitchen Sink and the finale of Spring Baking Championship.

Photo by: Jason DeCrow ©© 2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Jason DeCrow, © 2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Now that you can finally spend more time outdoors, your favorite chefs have new, easy recipes that’ll allow you to enjoy more time in the beautiful weather. On Saturday morning the co-hosts of The Kitchen are serving up simple and delicious eats like lemon-herb chicken and two-ingredient desserts.

And on Sunday morning, don’t miss the premiere of The Kitchen Sink, complete with ideas on how to take simple snack food favorites like potato chips and doughnuts to the next level. After that, Bobby Flay is making brunch with his haul from the apple orchard: apple pancake bars, sparkling apple cider sangria and more. On Sunday night former Food Network Star finalists continue their battle for a spot in the next season by re-creating classic diner dishes on Comeback Kitchen. Next, it’s the final battle for the title of Spring Baking Champion, and each contestant must make a destination-inspired wedding cake. And after that, Alton Brown has a new slate of sabotages on Cutthroat Kitchen.

The Kitchen's serving up easy-breezy recipes, including Marcela Valladolid's lemon-herb grilled chicken, Chef Stuart O'Keeffe's Package-Parceled Cod and simple two-ingredient desserts. Plus, learn about seasonal greens and dressing pairings, then get recipes for quick and easy side salads like Katie Lee's Roasted Carrots and Red Leaf Lettuce Salad with Buttermilk Herb Dressing and Geoffrey Zakarian's dandelion-green salad with his Warm Bacon and Shallot Vinaigrette. To top it all off, Geoffrey makes a Rumbarb, a rhubarb-filled cocktail.

Saturday 11a|10c

Sunny Anderson, Jeff and Marcela are ready to take all-time favorite snack foods to the next level! Potato chips, pretzels and doughnuts are made over into delicious snacks that will have you coming back for more.

Sunday 12|11c

Bobby creates a brunch that's fresh from the apple orchard. He's making Cheddar-Black Pepper Waffles with Sausage and Apples Maple Agrodolce, Apple Pancake Bars with Brown Butter Crumble Topping and Apple Syrup, Sparkling Apple Cider Sangria, and more.

Sunday 12:30|11:30c

Heading into Week 2, the Food Network Star alumni must try to stand out as they take on a new-school baking challenge using old-school tools. Then, the winner of the first challenge determines the amount of time each competitor gets to re-create a traditional diner dish.

Sunday 8|7c

It's time to hop on a plane to a destination wedding! For the last Pre Heat, the final three bakers must create an array of hospitable snacks for a groom's welcome basket. Then, for the final Main Heat, the bakers battle for the title of Spring Baking Champion with their best destination wedding cakes inspired by Mexico, Hawaii and Italy.

Sunday 9|8c

Two chefs have to become mimes and silently make each other's dishes of pain perdu. Then, two chefs have to walk around in "meatloafers" as they make meatloaf. Finally, one chef has to play a raspberry dart game to obtain raspberry tart ingredients.

Sunday 10|9c
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