Giada serves fruit purees and prosecco so her guests can make Bellinis.
Giada shares her party essentials list for any event, big or small.
Ted Allen shows the right way (and a cool way) to open a bottle of bubbly.
The delicious secret to this classic appetizer lies in roasting the shrimp.
How to party like Bobby? Experiment with a cocktail and make it your own.
Trisha makes her husband's favorite breakfast, Garth's Breakfast Bowl.
Flaming Cocoa and Black Tie: holiday drinks based on Bobby Flay recipes.
Veggies plus juicer equal a vitamin-packed Juicy Mary (vodka optional).
Got a passion for seafood? How about pasta? The Neelys have a dish for you!
Food Network Kitchens shows how to make colorful adults-only Rainbow Shots.
Pat and Gina share a favorite holiday dessert, Dreamy Chocolate Mousse.
Alton Brown offers suggestions on the basics for stocking a bar.
Grill up a fabulous beef tenderloin for a show-stopping appetizer.
Ted Allen shows how to make a simple and tasty appetizer: ceviche.
Solo or trio, Giada's crostini suggestions will make any occasion special.
Giada turns this traditional Venetian dessert into a refreshing cocktail.
Rachael uses both plain and smoked cheese to make fried Mozzarella bites.
Giada drizzles rich sage butter on her prosciutto and Mozzarella crostini.
Alton adds pink, white, black and green peppercorns to his deviled eggs.
Alex deep-fries a batch of beer-and-vodka-battered shrimp.
A perfect holiday meal for two: grilled rib eye with arugula-tomato salad.
This rich tart is filled with dark chocolate chips and crushed hazelnuts.
Hot or sweet sausage can be used in these savory appetizers.
A Latin twist to leftover turkey: roll 'em in tortillas for quick taquitos.
Ina makes a frittata with colorful roasted vegetables and two cheeses.
Ree's citrusy muffins are a great way to tell your family "good morning."
For a weekend family brunch, Jamie prepares his Breakfast Bake casserole.
Rachael's hot and cheesy Gorgonzola Spinach Artichoke Dip is a party hit.
Bobby Flay adds a strawberry twist to the champagne Bellini cocktail.
Smoky bacon and sweet pineapple bring out the delicate flavor of shrimp.
French Toast Bananas Foster: like dessert for breakfast (or vice versa).
Blanche's Cherry Mini Muffins may be small, but they're packed with flavor.
Trisha prepares one of her dad's favorites, sausage casserole, for dinner.
Alex fries pizzas in a cast-iron skillet and finishes them in the oven.
Sandra remakes those gooey, sugary cinnamon rolls that attack the senses.
Trisha's Pecan Pie Muffins are a hit for her 'breakfast for supper' night.
Great for a pot luck dinner, make these zesty Balsamic Chicken Drumettes.
Ree's putting a twist on her holiday menu with festive bites.
Nancy's planning an impressive dinner party for her entire family.
Valerie's and Tom's families are joining them for an elegant meal.
Rev Run joins Guy in the kitchen to prepare an over-the-top meal.
Trisha invites her gal pals over for some baking and drinking.
Using all the leftovers, Bobby's got a plan for the morning.
Geoffrey hosts the show that pits cook against con.
Chefs are dashing through the aisles playing Guy's games.
Grannies compete in a holiday battle for a chance at $10,000.
Reality TV stars take on holiday-themed baskets for charity.
Young and talented cooks have a holiday competition on Junior.
Chefs find themselves cooking with premium basket items.
There's great comfort in a giant vat filled to the brim with something good to eat.
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