Earning A's at The Kitchen Academy
Earning A's at The Kitchen Academy

With the co-hosts' top tips for success, you can elevate your everyday meals to next-level dishes.

The Latest Recipes
The Latest Recipes

Learn the how-tos for all the eats and drinks featured on this weekend's show.

Summer Sides, Delivered
Summer Sides, Delivered

Round out your menu of burgers and hot dogs with fresh salads and slaws.

The Kitchen Extras
Top Tricks of the Trade
Top Recipes from The Kitchen

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

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  • The Kitchen is making delicious dishes with only five ingredients, starting with Marcela Valladolid's mess-free Mexican Shrimp and Mediterranean Salmon Foil Packs. Plus, see how to use kitchen staples in five new ways and learn how to set the table with five styling tips from Katie Lee. Weeknight meals are made easier with Sunny Anderson's Five-Ingredient Spice Sausage Carbonara and her Quickest Sausage Gumbo Ever. Cooking Channel's Haylie Duff stops by to make an Open-Face Baguette with Baked Brie and Port-Soaked Cherries. Finally, Geoffrey Zakarian makes his Ipaloma and find out which new beer trends are worth trying.

  • The Kitchen Academy is back in session with Sunny Anderson's easy as 1-2-3 Pizza, banana bread recipes from Marcela Valladolid and Katie Lee, and tips on how to make kids' lunch box foods into crafts. Then, Geoffrey Zakarian teaches Jungle Book star Neel Sethi how to make Burrata Ravioli with Fresh Tomato Sauce, Parmigianino and Basil and Food Network's Justin Warner stops by with easy food science projects for your kids. Finally, comedian Carey Reilly shares "Lunch Box Cocktail" ideas using foods your children bring home from school.

    Mentioned in this episode:

    Arts and Crafts Class: Food Crafts

    Science Class: Fun Food Projects

  • The hosts of The Kitchen are full of fresh new ideas today. First, they fill the freezer with Jeff's make-ahead Sausage and Egg Muffins. Geoffrey shows viewers how to Conquer and Cook artichokes with his Artichoke and Shrimp Tagliatelle pasta. Plus, a look at the hottest new snacks popping up in bars across the country.

  • The Kitchen kicks off a Labor Day barbecue with wings two ways. The hosts have easy solutions to common barbecue dilemmas and offer up recipes including Geoffrey Zakarian's No Cream-Creamed Corn, Marcela Valladolid's Grilled Corn and Poblano Salad, and Sunny Anderson's grilled Jumbo Shrimp with a 1-2-3 Glaze. Plus, desserts you can cook on the grill, using pickle brine to punch up flavor, and cool off with a Frozen Raspberry and Vodka Lemonade.

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    Afterglow Cooking

  • The Kitchen Academy is back in session with Sunny Anderson's easy as 1-2-3 Pizza, banana bread recipes from Marcela Valladolid and Katie Lee, and tips on how to make kids' lunch box foods into crafts. Then, Geoffrey Zakarian teaches Jungle Book star Neel Sethi how to make Burrata Ravioli with Fresh Tomato Sauce, Parmigianino and Basil and Food Network's Justin Warner stops by with easy food science projects for your kids. Finally, comedian Carey Reilly shares "Lunch Box Cocktail" ideas using foods your children bring home from school.

    Mentioned in this episode:

    Arts and Crafts Class: Food Crafts

    Science Class: Fun Food Projects

  • The Kitchen celebrates Labor Day with Katie's Grilled Paella. We'll show you fun tips and tricks to save summer foods and souvenirs all winter long. Jeff's Crispy Crunch Pig Candy Sriracha Baked Beans are the perfect Labor Day barbecue side dish. Secret Eats host Adam Richman shows us a twist on a flank steak with his Matambrito a la Pizza. We'll show you how to throw a Piece of Cake Labor Day Party with expert party planner Mary Giuliani. GZ gives us a last sip of summer with his Kickin Bucket cocktail, and we make a splash with The Kitchen's bucket dunker.

  • The Kitchen celebrates Labor Day with Katie's Grilled Paella. We'll show you fun tips and tricks to save summer foods and souvenirs all winter long. Jeff's Crispy Crunch Pig Candy Sriracha Baked Beans are the perfect Labor Day barbecue side dish. Secret Eats host Adam Richman shows us a twist on a flank steak with his Matambrito a la Pizza. We'll show you how to throw a Piece of Cake Labor Day Party with expert party planner Mary Giuliani. GZ gives us a last sip of summer with his Kickin Bucket cocktail, and we make a splash with The Kitchen's bucket dunker.

  • The Kitchen kicks off a Labor Day barbecue with wings two ways. The hosts have easy solutions to common barbecue dilemmas and offer up recipes including Geoffrey Zakarian's No Cream-Creamed Corn, Marcela Valladolid's Grilled Corn and Poblano Salad, and Sunny Anderson's grilled Jumbo Shrimp with a 1-2-3 Glaze. Plus, desserts you can cook on the grill, using pickle brine to punch up flavor, and cool off with a Frozen Raspberry and Vodka Lemonade.

    Mentioned in this episode:

    Afterglow Cooking

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  • The Kitchen is making all things wrapped and rolled, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian's Prosciutto-Wrapped Chicken Breast. The Kitchen Helpline is open to answer your questions on how to wrap foods in bacon, a burrito and spring rolls, then learn how to master the art of gift wrapping. Jeff Mauro shows how to make his Horizontal Chicken Shawarma Wrap, cookbook author Nikki Dinki stops by to make Zucchini Taco Wraps, and Geoffrey whips up an "Engaged But Cantaloupe" cocktail. Plus, The Kitchen's very own rap sensation "Herb and Spice" is back with their best song yet!

    Mentioned in this episode:

    Wrap it Up! Kitchen Helpline

    Wrap it Up! Gift Wrapping

  • Learn what foods you can freeze and save and which you should use now, how to save money in the kitchen with an economical Pork Osso Bucco, and how to make two easy weeknight dinners from Katie Lee and Marcela Valladolid using affordable chicken thighs. Chef Kardea Brown stops by to make Curry Coconut Chickpea Soup, and Geoffrey Zakarian shares the best mix-ins to enhance inexpensive liquor. Plus, demystifying grocery store offers to tell if they actually save you money.

  • First, it's food stuffed with flavor like Marcela Valladolid's Picadillo Stuffed Peppers. Then, which popular "stuffed" tools are worth it and two recipes for easy weeknight meals: Geoffrey Zakarian's Goat Cheese and Herb Stuffed Chicken Breast and Sunny Anderson's Ham and Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast. Food blogger Nicole Friday makes Apple, Pear and Walnut Stuffed French Toast, the Kitchen Helpline is stuffed with questions and answers, and Geoffrey makes a Bloody Mary with a stuffed garnish.

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    Stuffed Surprises

  • The Kitchen is making all things wrapped and rolled, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian's Prosciutto-Wrapped Chicken Breast. The Kitchen Helpline is open to answer your questions on how to wrap foods in bacon, a burrito and spring rolls, then learn how to master the art of gift wrapping. Jeff Mauro shows how to make his Horizontal Chicken Shawarma Wrap, cookbook author Nikki Dinki stops by to make Zucchini Taco Wraps, and Geoffrey whips up an "Engaged But Cantaloupe" cocktail. Plus, The Kitchen's very own rap sensation "Herb and Spice" is back with their best song yet!

    Mentioned in this episode:

    Wrap it Up! Kitchen Helpline

    Wrap it Up! Gift Wrapping

  • The Kitchen Academy is back in session with Sunny Anderson's easy as 1-2-3 Pizza, banana bread recipes from Marcela Valladolid and Katie Lee, and tips on how to make kids' lunch box foods into crafts. Then, Geoffrey Zakarian teaches Jungle Book star Neel Sethi how to make Burrata Ravioli with Fresh Tomato Sauce, Parmigianino and Basil and Food Network's Justin Warner stops by with easy food science projects for your kids. Finally, comedian Carey Reilly shares "Lunch Box Cocktail" ideas using foods your children bring home from school.

    Mentioned in this episode:

    Arts and Crafts Class: Food Crafts

    Science Class: Fun Food Projects

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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.

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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.

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