TV Schedule

Saturday, April 12

Sandwich King

Jeff is starting off by making a Fried Egg and Oyster Sandwich served up with crispy pancetta on baked green tomatoes. Then it's a Tempura Poached Egg on an English Muffin with a Red Pepper Corned Beef Hash. And for a little something sweet he's making Red Wine Poached Pears filled with vanilla ice cream and topped with crushed granola.

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Guy's Big Bite

Guy Fieri roasts a juicy leg of lamb to pile high into meaty sandwiches. On the side, Crispy Garlic Potato Flanks are golden and addictive, and fresh Fennel Brussels Sprouts Slaw cuts the richness to keep you coming back for more.

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The Best Thing I Ever Made

If a delicious, juicy, slow roasted rib roast makes you want to get up and dance, then take a spin with roasted veal shanks, roasted duck and even a roasted whole fish! Jazz up your roasting routine with new spins on classic recipes and innovative flavor combinations from chefs Ted Allen, Aaron Sanchez, Scott Conant and the Deen Brothers. You won't believe how simple it is to roast the night away with these rockin' roasts!

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The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Truffled egg toast, Reuben Egg Rolls, Foot High Lemon Meringue Pie, and Strawberry Soufflé are just a few of the EGGstraordinary dishes Gail Simmons, Alton Brown, Robert Irvine and others are EGGcited to talk about in this EGGceptional episode of The Best Thing I Ever Ate!

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha gets to pass her cooking knowledge to her friend, Jennifer, who is trying to impress her chef husband for a special occasion. Trisha teaches Jennifer how to make Baked Ham With Brown Sugar Glaze, Asparagus Bundles, a refreshing Strawberry Salad and to end the meal, Almond Skillet Dessert.

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The Pioneer Woman

Three generations of Drummonds are gathering at the lodge for Sunday brunch after church. Ree's got a spectacular make-ahead menu featuring a glorious Baked Glazed Ham, Drop Biscuits and Ham Gravy, Baked Eggs in Hash Brown Cups and zesty Fruit Salad With Orange Vanilla Syrup. Plus sister-in-law Missy's bringing her famous Lemon and Blueberry Cupcakes.

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The Pioneer Woman

The whole family is pitching in for a big party to celebrate Ree's father-in-law, Chuck's, birthday. Everyone is gathering at the lodge for a Cajun Surf and Turf feast, with rare beef tenderloin and juicy jumbo shrimp, and Cajun Mashed Potatoes and Garlic Butter Dinner Rolls on the side. The girls are helping Ree make a delicious Strawberry Shortcake Cake, while her sister-in-law makes Salad and her mother-in-law takes the boys shopping. It's one birthday Chuck will never forget.

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Heartland Table

In this episode, Amy's kitchen spins out a traditional nostalgic supper club meal, with a few updates: Steakhouse Deviled Egg, Rib Eye With Teddy's Homemade Steak Sauce and Glorified Hash Brown Cake With Frying Peppers.

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The Best Thing I Ever Made

Start the day right with Baked Eggs Flamenco, Southern Biscuits, a Fried Scrapple Sandwich or Pain Perdu. Join Alton Brown, Anne Burrell, Marc Murphy and Graham Elliot for breakfast and find out why these dishes are "The Best Thing They Ever Made!"

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The Best Thing I Ever Ate

French toast smothered in chocolate, smokin' hot sage sausages dipped in waffle batter, killer chilaquiles and delicious crab cakes...No need to get up early, but if you hit snooze you'll lose on tasting these incredible BEST EVER dishes Alex, Claire, Duff and others say are a must have...FOR BRUNCH.

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Chopped

In this Chopped competition, the baskets are all packed with ingredients you might find on a sophisticated brunch menu. Near the end of a champagne and caviar appetizer round, one chef makes a generous, but potentially costly, choice. How will the chefs pair a seafood extravagance with pancake mix in the entree round? Then turning classic brunch items into dessert is the final, demanding challenge for the last two chefs.

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Beat Bobby Flay

Catering queen Kimberly Van Kline and the king of his own culinary castle, Christopher Lee, compete for the royal jewel — a chance to take on Bobby Flay! Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and down home chef Jack McDavid stop by to see how the competition measures up. Will these chefs have what it takes to Beat Bobby Flay?

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Mystery Diners

Peter, owner of Encore Dinner Theatre, fears a relationship between one of his waiters and one of his actresses is affecting customer service. Charles sends in Mystery Diners Rob and Amanda to find out who's really responsible for all the drama.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine is in Houston, Texas for his latest mission, to help turn around Kevin's restaurant, gratifi kitchen + bar. In addition to a kitchen so filthy that Robert shuts it down just minutes into his visit, Kevin's sarcasm and poor attitude are a constant cause of tension between both Robert and the employees. Robert can usually handle fixing a filthy kitchen and a bickering staff, but combine those with a super-snarky owner and this may be a recipe for disaster.

 

FN Dish Update: See How gratifi kitchen + bar Is Doing

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's pulling up for a different kind of fast food. In Honolulu, a 48-year-old drive-in where burgers and dogs come with rice and macaroni salad. In Duluth, Minn., a deli on the north shore of Lake Superior where you can grab fresh smoked fish, for here or to go. And all over Los Angeles, a taco truck doing Chinese-Mexican fusion.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri tracks down fast food done right: In New Mexico, the fifty-four-year-old drive-in that's legendary for Green Chile Cheeseburgers; In Omaha, the taqueria where they're deep frying tacos -- from homemade tortillas; and in Connecticut, the hot dog joint that started as a truck, where a trained chef is turning out all kinds of scratch made combo dogs.

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Food Court Wars

Friends JB and Brandi are looking to expand their catering/lunch business in hopes that the success will provide validation for the sacrifices they've made for their dream. Father and daughter team Thomas and Stephanie hope their love of Southern cooking and strong bond will make their restaurant a successful family venture for years to come. Only one of these teams will come out on top as they compete to win their own food court restaurant in Bossier City, La.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

Pasta art is up for auction in a pesto pasta challenge. A chef hangs loose when creating a Hawaiian plate lunch and someone gets their dose of sabotage when they're forced to use olive oil capsules for their muffins.

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Chopped

In this first competition of the celebrity tournament, fans of Food Network and Cooking Channel get to see some of their favorite stars in action in the Chopped Kitchen. One chef's dash to deliver a creative appetizer before the clock runs makes for a very exciting first round. Then in the second round, something's fishy in the basket, and one chef's dish is at risk when two competitors bump into each other. And with a spot in the $50,000 All-Stars finale and a favorite charity on the line, two finalists go head-to-head in the dessert round. Will their creations from marshmallow and coconut flakes make the judges happy?

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Chopped

In this second fight of the All-Stars $50,000 tournament, contenders with considerable competitive prowess take each other on in the Chopped Kitchen. The judges are eager to see what the chefs can do with sea bass and cream soda in the first round. Then in the entree round, the competitors must get their tails in gear to make oxtail and labaneh into delicious dishes. And it is no piece of cake for the finalists, figuring out how to transform a classic snack cake into an elegant dessert.

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Chopped

What will happen when the tables are turned and four friends and colleagues compete in the Chopped Kitchen? In the first round, the judges-turned-competitors must crack the code of the basket after cracking open diver scallops. Then in the entree round, can the chefs make a beautiful bird fly with canned pizza sauce? And with bragging rights and a shot at making it to the $50,000 finale on the line, the last two chefs bravely tackle the dessert basket.

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Chopped

Four celebrities with different backgrounds, and a shared love of cooking, charge into the Chopped Kitchen. Plain vanilla is something that none of the competitors can relate to, but can they skillfully use vanilla cupcakes to create appetizers as one-of-a-kind as they are? Then something crispy and something jiggly make the main course a study in contrasts. And when two entertaining cooks proceed to the final round, they put on a performance with circus peanuts and curry powder.

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Chopped

Four returning All-Stars champs compete for $50,000 for charitable causes that are very meaningful to them. Two of the surprises in the first basket are a super salty veggie and a super fresh seafood item. Then cheddar-filled pretzels help make it a fun-filled entree round. And the judges cannot wait to taste a couple of creative desserts made from freeze dried grapes and marcona almonds.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine quickly sees why the Caseyville Cafe in Caseyville, Ill., is failing: From the kitchen to the servers, the staff have completely overrun Diane and Robin's restaurant, costing this Mother-Daughter team tens of thousands of dollars -- and their relationship. Robert can only help Diane and Robin fix the menu and decor of the restaurant once he gives the staff an ultimatum: decide who's in and who's out, or else Robert leaves and the mission is over.

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Chopped

Four celebrities with different backgrounds, and a shared love of cooking, charge into the Chopped Kitchen. Plain vanilla is something that none of the competitors can relate to, but can they skillfully use vanilla cupcakes to create appetizers as one-of-a-kind as they are? Then something crispy and something jiggly make the main course a study in contrasts. And when two entertaining cooks proceed to the final round, they put on a performance with circus peanuts and curry powder.

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Chopped

Four returning All-Stars champs compete for $50,000 for charitable causes that are very meaningful to them. Two of the surprises in the first basket are a super salty veggie and a super fresh seafood item. Then cheddar-filled pretzels help make it a fun-filled entree round. And the judges cannot wait to taste a couple of creative desserts made from freeze dried grapes and marcona almonds.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine quickly sees why the Caseyville Cafe in Caseyville, Ill., is failing: From the kitchen to the servers, the staff have completely overrun Diane and Robin's restaurant, costing this Mother-Daughter team tens of thousands of dollars -- and their relationship. Robert can only help Diane and Robin fix the menu and decor of the restaurant once he gives the staff an ultimatum: decide who's in and who's out, or else Robert leaves and the mission is over.

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Chopped

What will happen when the tables are turned and four friends and colleagues compete in the Chopped Kitchen? In the first round, the judges-turned-competitors must crack the code of the basket after cracking open diver scallops. Then in the entree round, can the chefs make a beautiful bird fly with canned pizza sauce? And with bragging rights and a shot at making it to the $50,000 finale on the line, the last two chefs bravely tackle the dessert basket.

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