TV Schedule

Tuesday, August 12

Grill It! with Bobby Flay

Grilled sausage takes center stage as Bobby's guest Lionel Freitas builds his Fire Pit Paella layered with all sorts of delicious sea fare on the grill. Bobby kicks it up a notch with Grilled Hot & Sweet Sausage Tacos with a Sweet and Spicy Glaze, and a Grilled Salsa on the side. That is not all. Lionel's spin on Sangria and Bobby's Key Lime Tequila Milkshake make this something not to miss!

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Cooking for Real

Sunny Anderson welcomes special guests with new renditions on old classics. Her comforting Tuna Noodle Casserole gets spruced up with cremini mushrooms, sweet peas and a creamy cheddar cheese sauce. For dessert, her Loopy Lime and Lychee Gelatin Parfait, filled with sweet lychee fruit in vanilla vodka-spiked lime gelatin, is as fun to eat as it is to say.

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Down Home with the Neelys

It's 'Classic Comfort,' Neelys style! Pat and Gina are making the ultimate comfort foods with a twist! First, it's a sweet and tangy, Creamy Tomato & Roasted Red Pepper Soup. And of course, you need something to dunk, it's a Drunken Goat Grilled Cheese that will melt right into your mouth. Next, Gina makes a salad so divine, it's Gina's Goddess Salad. Finally, take a trip to the dark side with sinfully delicious, Devil's Food Cupcakes. This is one 'Classic Comfort' meal you can't live without!

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Cupcake Wars

Four cupcake bakers try to score their way into the celebration of the Major League Soccer Cup Finals.

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The Pioneer Woman

It's a big day of cleaning up the homestead with a massive bonfire to round it all off after an alfresco dinner of crispy Fried Chicken, Perfect Potato Salad, crunchy Colorful Coleslaw and Individual Key Lime Pies to eat around the fire.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's built a fabulous library at the barn and now it's time to say thanks to the team that designed and built it. Ina prepares Fig and Fennel Caponata, an Antipasto Platter, Tuscan Mashed Chickpeas and Mussels with Saffron Mayonnaise for the "thank you" soiree.

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Sandra's Money Saving Meals

Sandra is cooking up some Italian favorites with a price tag you're going to love, starting with savory Veal Osso Buco Stew with Spicy Polenta. Also on the menu, is a delicious and easy recipe for Crispy Eggplant Parmesan. Save room for dessert because Sandra's cooking up some sweet and crispy Italian Donuts with Cherry Sauce and for Cocktail Time, her Venice Sunset is on the horizon. Last but not least, Sandy has a terrific Round 2 Recipe for Osso Buco Calzones... It's big Italian flavor with a tiny price tag!

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Ten Dollar Dinners

Melissa D'Arabian spices up a quick and easy grill menu. Her Fish Skewers with Basil Chimichurri are fresh and flavorful, just like her Spicy Grilled Corn on the Cob. Tartine with Chocolate and Mint Butter makes a simple, comforting treat.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Follow Anne to a world of ribs beyond the barbeque. Her Braised Spareribs are a year-round favorite, bridging hearty winter stews with the lighter fare of summer. Herb Spaetzle soaks up the rich juices and Panelle and Shrimp Salad brings a welcome fresh crunch.

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30 Minute Meals

A meal to prove that Southern Cooking doesn't mean slow cooking. Greens and Andouille; Corn Cakes with Honey and Smoky-Spicy Snapper

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Giada at Home

Giada packs the perfect picnic for a trip on the road. She gives tips on how to make the meal easy to eat in the car or at a picnic spot. With recipes for Chicken and Arugula Pita Pockets, Penne With Treviso and Goat Cheese and Raspberry-Vanilla Smoothie.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis's Aunt Raffy turns 60 and the family celebrates with a big birthday bash, spearheaded by Giada. A family feast of Turkey-Stuffed Vegetables and Gnocchi with Tomato, Basil and Olives and one special cake are part of the big festivities.

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Barefoot Contessa

It's Ina's idea of a perfect day: While Jeffrey runs on the beach she whips up Raspberry Muffins and Coffee for their breakfast. Then she heads to local restaurant South Fork Kitchen to cook with chef Joe Isidori. Then it's back to the barn for a comforting soup dinner with Jeffrey -- the perfect end to the perfect day.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's dear friend and garden designer Edwina VonGal is creating a fragrant kitchen herb box for Ina's garden. In return Ina makes her a delicious portable supper - Lobster Cobb rolls, rice salad and mini orange chocolate chunk cakes. There will be a box for a box exchange at nightfall on the porch.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree's spreading out a pickup picnic for the family and cowboys working on a bunch of spring calves. The hearty tailgate has Spicy Roasted Chicken Legs, the classic Cowboy Bacon Beans, Deviled Eggs and Mocha Brownies with a thick, delicious frosting for dessert.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Feeling nostalgic for the days of TV dinners and black and white shows, Trisha invites her sister Beth over to dress up in the style of the fifties and transport back in time with a retro inspired meal. They whip up Individual Chicken Pot Pies, Green Beans With Cheese Sauce, and Chocolate Pudding Frosted Cupcakes to enjoy while reminiscing and watching the classics on TV.

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Chopped

Some of the ingredients in the first basket are difficult to identify and even more difficult to incorporate into proper appetizers. In the second round, the chefs open the basket to find a gargantuan seafood surprise. And when the final two chefs move on to the dessert round, they must waste no time inventing dishes using jicama, but a hiccup with the ice cream machine leaves one competitor unsure of how to carry on.

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Chopped

One, two, three, four mystery ingredients in the appetizer basket! One competitor loses count in the first round and misses getting marmalade on the plates. When there is no confession highlighting the mistake, can the judges' investigative tasting skills reveal it? Then, the chefs hop into action with rabbit in the entree round. What a surprise when the big scoop in dessert is vanilla ice cream! Hold on for a chilling finale where one competitor heads for a meltdown.

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Chopped

With a fruit and a root in the first basket, two of the chefs go with a similar approach for their appetizers. Will one dish turn out better than the other? Then in the entree round, a cut of meat with a peculiar name gives the judges something to talk about, while the chefs rush to get the main dishes made. And Camembert is the fromage of choice in the dessert basket. Whose cheesy, sweet creation will be most pleasing to the panel of experts?

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Chopped

In the first basket, the fryer gets pretty crowded as the chefs race to make crispy chicken wings, and the chefs are challenged to make African peri peri rub work in their dishes. Then in the entree round, a difficult cut of meat and a salty sandwich spread are among the mandatory ingredients. And will either finalist decide to bake a pie from the pie dough in the dessert basket?

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Chopped

In this finale of the Chopped Teen Tournament, four amazing champs from the preliminary competitions return to see which one will take the tournament and the huge grand prize: $25,000 and a culinary school scholarship! In the first round, there's a spectacular sea creature shocker in the basket. A classic kids' snack in the basket adds to the fun in the entree round. And when the last two remaining teen chefs face off in their second dessert round, the ice cream maker stirs up an interesting encounter between the competitors.

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Chopped

Two cultures collide in the first round, when the chefs must combine kimchi and gefilte fish. The second round has the chefs working with uniquely flavored vodka and a green snack. And when the two finalists find marshmallow cake and citrusy water in the final basket, the judges hope for delicious desserts.

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Chopped

In the first basket, the fryer gets pretty crowded as the chefs race to make crispy chicken wings, and the chefs are challenged to make African peri peri rub work in their dishes. Then in the entree round, a difficult cut of meat and a salty sandwich spread are among the mandatory ingredients. And will either finalist decide to bake a pie from the pie dough in the dessert basket?

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Chopped

In this finale of the Chopped Teen Tournament, four amazing champs from the preliminary competitions return to see which one will take the tournament and the huge grand prize: $25,000 and a culinary school scholarship! In the first round, there's a spectacular sea creature shocker in the basket. A classic kids' snack in the basket adds to the fun in the entree round. And when the last two remaining teen chefs face off in their second dessert round, the ice cream maker stirs up an interesting encounter between the competitors.

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Chopped

Two cultures collide in the first round, when the chefs must combine kimchi and gefilte fish. The second round has the chefs working with uniquely flavored vodka and a green snack. And when the two finalists find marshmallow cake and citrusy water in the final basket, the judges hope for delicious desserts.

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Chopped

With a fruit and a root in the first basket, two of the chefs go with a similar approach for their appetizers. Will one dish turn out better than the other? Then in the entree round, a cut of meat with a peculiar name gives the judges something to talk about, while the chefs rush to get the main dishes made. And Camembert is the fromage of choice in the dessert basket. Whose cheesy, sweet creation will be most pleasing to the panel of experts?

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Sweet Genius

Fire! The chefs are burning to jump to it when they see the inspiration for the first test. And a Sweet Genius should know just how to make cheese puffs work perfectly in a frozen dessert. Then in the second test multi-colored treats are a mandatory ingredient and multiple techniques are utilized by a creative crew of chefs. And in an intense final test, the chefs are inspired by a Chinese Dragonhead and required to use an unusual Mexican delicacy.

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