TV Schedule

Tuesday, February 25

Grill It! with Bobby Flay

Michele Wilson puts her Northern California spin on Grilled Filet Mignon With Chocolate Coffee BBQ Sauce and Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms, while Bobby Flay grills up a decadent Filet of his own with Blue Cheese Butter, and Truffle-Oil Grilled Mushrooms. Yet, that's not all -- summertime cocktails round out this feast in classic celebrity style.

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Cooking for Real

Sunny serves up some classic crowd-pleasers with a twist. Smoked Turkey Leg and Green Bean Salad, mild jalapeno-flecked deviled eggs, and homemade granola travel well to potlucks, picnics, or your dinner table!

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Down Home with the Neelys

Ronnie and Morgan are joining the Neelys for a meal full of good ole 'Home town Favorites!' First, it's Buttermilk Baked Chicken that's so moist and crispy you'll think it was fried. Then, two soul warming sides, Tanya's Stovetop Mac & 5 Cheeses and Roasted Broccoli & Feta Salad. Finally, a dessert that will bring back memories of your childhood, Peach Crumb Pie. This meal is sure to be a favorite with all of your 'Hometown Favorites!'

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Cupcake Wars

The viewers will be choosing the ingredients for this special episode of Cupcake Wars, where four bakers compete for the opportunity to be front and center at a celebrity packed VIP party for The People's Choice Awards. The People's Choice Awards president, Fred Nelson, serves as guest judge.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ladd's grandmother Edna Mae is turning 89 so Ree and the kids are surprising her with a beautiful birthday care pack with all her favorite foods; Roast Chicken, Cauliflower Soup with Toasted Crackers and a stunning Blueberry Italian Cream Cake.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina is setting sail down the Hudson River to celebrate a friend's birthday. They're providing the boat and she's bringing fantastic portable food, like Hot Smoked Salmon, Fresh Dill Sauce and Carrot Cake With Ginger Mascarpone Frosting. Plus, she's sharing foolproof picnic strategies guaranteed to make any alfresco celebration a huge success!

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Sandra's Money Saving Meals

Sandra is adding to her nest egg with eggs! With recipes for Savory Bread Pudding,, Spinach & Potato Frittata, Poached Eggs with Farmhouse Hash, and Fried Bread Pudding Bites.

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Ten Dollar Dinners

Melissa makes a bistro-worthy meal at home. Her Cassoulet with Garlic Breadcrumbs is hearty and comforting, and Blueberry Lemon Crepes with Custard Sauce make an elegant dessert in minutes.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Tender, juicy roast chicken with perfectly crispy skin. It's a restaurant favorite, and now you can make it at home with Anne's two-temperature technique. Also learn the art of fluffy mashed potatoes and an earthy beet salad.

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30 Minute Meals

Become a hero in your household by throwing down with a crowd-pleasing meat and potatoes supper that's guaranteed to satisfy. Salisbury Steaks with French Onion Gravy; Potatoes with Gruyere and Dijon.

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A good sauce transforms an ordinary meal into an extraordinary one. Kelsey takes us through the three basic sauce groups: cream, meat and butter. First, brace yourself for the best Mac and Cheese you've ever tasted, made with a bacon and creamy Bechamel sauce. Next, a pan seared Pork Tenderloin drizzled with a Rosemary Balsamic and Orange Sauce. And finally, Asparagus Wrapped in Prosciutto bathed in a butter sauce. Pour it on and bon appetit!

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Giada at Home

Eloisa comes over to the house to hang with Giada, while the kids, Julian and Jade, enjoy a play date.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's got a date with Tyler Florence and they're baking a towering chocolate Birthday Cake for Tyler's son, then checking out the local farming scene to get chicken and vegetables for Tyler's signature Fried Chicken and Ina's Winter Slaw.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina’s gone under the hammer and been won at The East Hampton, Group for the South Fork annual benefit. The auction prize is a Contessa lunch made by Ina herself. She makes a light, transportable feast using local ingredients for two devotees — Crunchy Noodle Salad, Asian Grilled Salmon and for dessert Lemon Yogurt Cake with Blueberry Syrup

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree's swapping kids for a sleepover with her best friend Hyacinth. The girls go to Hyacinth's and the boys come to Ree's where it's a boy friendly breakfast for dinner, with Sausage Pancakes on Sticks with Tater Tots and Purple Monster Smoothies and after an early morning working with Ladd on the ranch there's dinner for breakfast, with Biscuits, Steak Bites, Perfect Fried Eggs and Frozen Fruit Cups.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha spends the day indoors, making slow-cooked comfort foods with one of her oldest and dearest friends, Gail. The perfect menu for the day starts with Rainy Day Chicken and Rice Soup and Meatloaf and ends with Sour Cream Coffee Cake.

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Chopped

Octo-tastic! The four chefs take on an eight-armed mystery ingredient in the appetizer round. And the judges wonder if the cooperative behavior they see in the kitchen will continue after someone is chopped. Then in the entrée course, more seafood surprises make the 30-minute time limit seem extraordinarily difficult. And following the final round - in which the chefs had to incorporate some ballpark favorites into their desserts - the judges ponder how sportsmanship and preconceived game plans factored in.

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Chopped

The chefs find some beautiful ingredients in the first basket, including yummy udon noodles and a brightly colored veggie. Then in the entrée round, the judges hope that the chefs can up the level of creativity, but a seemingly straight-forward basket poses some difficulties. And the chefs must resist the urge to cry when they learn they must use onions in their desserts. But some delicious apples, also in the mix, could save the finalists from despair.

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Chopped

Rivals face off! Four solid competitors from rival cities enthusiastically jump into the first round. But will they be able to settle on a firm idea of what to do with firm tofu and recover from some absentminded mistakes? Then one chef shows incredible speed moving around the kitchen, and a sugary surprise in the entrée basket poses a creative challenge. And once the finalists open up the dessert baskets, they make it their mission to make delicious mission fig dishes and to make the judges decision very difficult.

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Chopped

Chopped is brewing up some serious competition, as all three rounds are devoted to beer. For their appetizers, the four chefs must make sausages work with toasted lager. A tasty tripel ale is the beer in the basket for the entree round. And in the final round, the iconic beer and pretzel combination must be made delicious in dessert form.

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Chopped

Four chefs who lost in previous competitions return, wanting the win more than ever. A bright green dessert and a seafood snack must be worked into the competitors' appetizers. Then in the entree round, the chefs must contend with quinoa and sour candy. And with one more chance to redeem themselves, the two finalists fight to the end, as they make desserts from palm seeds and dulce de leche.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's rolling up to some joints pullin' out all the stops. In New York's East Village, the neighborhood spot plating up a standout burger worthy of a four star review. In Eureka, Calif., the popular hangout servin' up all kinds of local favorites fired up in the righteous oven, from roasted oysters to wild mushroom cobbler. And in Ridgewood, N.Y., the rocking Vietnamese joint in an obscure industrial park kickin' out authentic dishes like banh xeo and suon nuong xa.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's hittin' up some joints that'll warm the palate and the soul. In Portland, Ore., the funky neighborhood cafe cranking out comfort foods like the heartless artichoke sandwich and a curried lentil dish that hits all the right notes. In Albuquerque, N.M., a double duty brewery is serving up soul food with a New Mexico twist, like southern fried chicken and crackling cornbread. And in Kansas City, Mo., the barbecue and blues joint with a die-hard barbecue competitor dishing up regional favorites like burnt ends and battered fries and a local NASCAR hero to boot.

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Chopped

Chopped is brewing up some serious competition, as all three rounds are devoted to beer. For their appetizers, the four chefs must make sausages work with toasted lager. A tasty tripel ale is the beer in the basket for the entree round. And in the final round, the iconic beer and pretzel combination must be made delicious in dessert form.

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Chopped

Four chefs who lost in previous competitions return, wanting the win more than ever. A bright green dessert and a seafood snack must be worked into the competitors' appetizers. Then in the entree round, the chefs must contend with quinoa and sour candy. And with one more chance to redeem themselves, the two finalists fight to the end, as they make desserts from palm seeds and dulce de leche.

More from Chopped

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's rolling up to some joints pullin' out all the stops. In New York's East Village, the neighborhood spot plating up a standout burger worthy of a four star review. In Eureka, Calif., the popular hangout servin' up all kinds of local favorites fired up in the righteous oven, from roasted oysters to wild mushroom cobbler. And in Ridgewood, N.Y., the rocking Vietnamese joint in an obscure industrial park kickin' out authentic dishes like banh xeo and suon nuong xa.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's hittin' up some joints that'll warm the palate and the soul. In Portland, Ore., the funky neighborhood cafe cranking out comfort foods like the heartless artichoke sandwich and a curried lentil dish that hits all the right notes. In Albuquerque, N.M., a double duty brewery is serving up soul food with a New Mexico twist, like southern fried chicken and crackling cornbread. And in Kansas City, Mo., the barbecue and blues joint with a die-hard barbecue competitor dishing up regional favorites like burnt ends and battered fries and a local NASCAR hero to boot.

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Chopped

Rivals face off! Four solid competitors from rival cities enthusiastically jump into the first round. But will they be able to settle on a firm idea of what to do with firm tofu and recover from some absentminded mistakes? Then one chef shows incredible speed moving around the kitchen, and a sugary surprise in the entrée basket poses a creative challenge. And once the finalists open up the dessert baskets, they make it their mission to make delicious mission fig dishes and to make the judges decision very difficult.

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Sweet Genius

Two families feel the heat in the chocolate test; will the mandatory ingredients ground them before they take flight? The second test has the related chefs scratching their heads to figure out how to make candy desserts with salty ingredients. With $10,000 on the line and an imported inspiration, which chef will make the most of their pastry pedigree in the final cake round?

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