A Walk Down Christmas Memory Lane
A Walk Down Christmas Memory Lane

Hear from the co-hosts as they look back on their fondest holiday memories from years past.

Get the Latest Recipes
Get the Latest Recipes

For weeknight meals and entertaining ideas alike, look to the cast's top dishes.

Indulge in Comfort Food
Indulge in Comfort Food

Fight the December chill with cool-weather classics like Jeff's meaty chili.

Top Videos from The Kitchen
More Videos
The Kitchen Extras
Top Recipes from The Kitchen

Check out the cast's comforting dishes, then learn how to make them.

Go Behind the Scenes
Best Behind-the-Scenes Photos
All About the Co-Hosts

Get to know the chefs and learn about their earliest days in the industry.

Browse Episodes
Full Episode Guide
  • This week, Sunny Anderson shares her recipe for Creamy Chicken Succotash using frozen lima beans, and then chefs tackle foods most people avoid, like pomegranates, ginger and butternut squash. The hosts introduce their first "Personal Faves" segment where each cooks with a loved one: This week Katie Lee and her mom sample two no-bake desserts; Cow Pile Cookies and Banana Pudding Pie. As everyone shares what they're "Into and Over," Geoffrey Zakarian mixes up a delicious gin cocktail.

  • The Kitchen is filled with great ideas to get huge flavor in a flash! Marcela turns supermarket frozen ravioli and turns it into Chipotle Lasagna. Jeff and Katie share their tricks for adding zest to weeknight meals with their Flavor Bombs. Plus, special guest Ching-He Huang stir fries a quicker-than-take out Kung Po Chicken.

     

    3 Ways to Use Frozen Ravioli

  • The Kitchen is kicking off the New Year with a fresh start. The hosts are talking new food trends for 2015 with Food Network's Katherine Alford. Favorite recipes get lightened up, Jeff cooks up a delicious Veggie Lasagna and the gang shares portion control tips. Plus, powered up post workout snacks, Geoffrey creates the perfect Pavlova dessert and a refreshing cucumber cocktail and apps that will keep you healthy.

  • The Kitchen is kicking off the New Year with a fresh start. The hosts are talking new food trends for 2015 with Food Network's Katherine Alford. Favorite recipes get lightened up, Jeff cooks up a delicious Veggie Lasagna and the gang shares portion control tips. Plus, powered up post workout snacks, Geoffrey creates the perfect Pavlova dessert and a refreshing cucumber cocktail and apps that will keep you healthy.

  • The Kitchen is kicking off the New Year with a fresh start. The hosts are talking new food trends for 2015 with Food Network's Katherine Alford. Favorite recipes get lightened up, Jeff cooks up a delicious Veggie Lasagna and the gang shares portion control tips. Plus, powered up post workout snacks, Geoffrey creates the perfect Pavlova dessert and a refreshing cucumber cocktail and apps that will keep you healthy.

  • More Upcoming Episodes

  • This week, Sunny Anderson shares her recipe for Creamy Chicken Succotash using frozen lima beans, and then chefs tackle foods most people avoid, like pomegranates, ginger and butternut squash. The hosts introduce their first "Personal Faves" segment where each cooks with a loved one: This week Katie Lee and her mom sample two no-bake desserts; Cow Pile Cookies and Banana Pudding Pie. As everyone shares what they're "Into and Over," Geoffrey Zakarian mixes up a delicious gin cocktail.

  • The Kitchen gets festive with Sunny's delicious holiday ham, showing how to add big flavor using a few intimidating ingredients and entertaining with easy hors d'oeuvres. Get a preview of the new movie Annie with Quvenzhane Wallis and her costars, who join us for a chat about the movie and a holiday cookie-decorating extravaganza! Plus, new recipes and tips inspired by viewer posts and it's all capped off with the how-to on building a spectacular Champagne Tower!

About the Show

Spend a fun and food-filled morning in The Kitchen with hosts Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. From simple supper ideas, food trend discussions and family meal tips to trivia games and viewer questions, they'll cover all things fun in food.

Recipes from the Show
See More of The Kitchen

Watch the weekly premieres of The Kitchen on Saturdays at 11a|10c, then catch repeat episodes on Sundays at 12|11c and Mondays at 4|3c.

Shows you Might Like