TV Schedule

Saturday, Jan 28

7:00
AM
Episode 0211

Your favorite celebrities and Food Network personalities are ready to watch the big game with their guiltiest snacks in hand! Start the day with Jeff Mauro's Texas-sized Bloody Mary, then head to Nashville for Aaron Sanchez's favorite barbecue nachos. See what type of pizza actress Judy Greer indulges in, and discover Jonathan Bennett's favorite fried food from his hometown in Ohio!

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7:30
AM
Episode 0211

Get your head in the game and these tasty treats in your stomach with Top 5 Restaurants' countdown of the best bar food! Even if your team tanks, you'll still be a winner with beer-soaked sausage, crispy chewy wings, succulent ribs and fully-loaded potatoes.

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8:00
AM
Episode 0610

Chef Bobby Flay's got an action-packed sweet and savory brunch menu for the big game, including a Burrito stuffed with Salsa Verde Chicken, Chicken Cracklings, Scrambled Eggs and Cheese with a side of crispy Green Onion-Spiced Mustard Hash Browns, and Brown Butter Bourbon Maple-Glazed Baked Donuts. Plus, a citrus flavored beer-gin cocktail for the win!

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8:30
AM
Episode 0513

Damaris Phillips is hosting the big game at her house, and she has a few tricks up her sleeve to make the game extra fun. She serves Fresh Baked Ham sliced thin, served on a sweet roll and topped with Fried Pickles with Cajun Aioli. On the side, it's Homemade Potato Tots, the perfect finger food!

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9:00
AM
Episode 0610

Nancy Fuller is having some little leaguers over for a meal before the big game and making all of their grilled favorites, with special help from Food Network Star winner Eddie Jackson. They whip up Sweet and Sticky Barbecue Beef Ribs, Creamed Corn Bread Pudding, Grilled Shrimp and Roasted Red Pepper Salad and Fried Ice Cream with Cereal Crust. After dinner, they head to the batting cages for practice and Eddie gives Nancy some pointers!

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9:30
AM
Episode 0203

Ladd's two best college friends are heading out from the city to the ranch for the weekend to watch their alma mater play their archrival in the big Arizona vs. ASU game, and Ree Drummond cooks up a watch party feast of incredible game day goodies with snacks and treats that are sure to score a touchdown; Classic and Asian Hot Wings, Pico de Gallo and Guacamole and for dessert, Knock-You-Naked Brownies.

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10:00
AM
Episode 1507

Ree Drummond is cooking up some crazy, fun ideas for game night food. There's a whole new take on a football favorite with pull-apart Pizza Rolls, then over-the-top Hawaiian Burgers piled high with grilled pineapple. She mashes up two winners with Taco Quesadillas, then finally, supersizes some Husky Bark inspired by Coach Ladd and the team colors.

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10:30
AM
Episode 0904

Football season's coming to an end, so that means it's time for the big game! Trisha Yearwood invites family and friends over for a halftime-themed party, featuring crowd-pleasers like Pimento Cheese Queso, Spicy Artichoke Dip and Nashville Hot Chicken Meatball Sliders. Plus, there's Lime and Orange Wedge Gelatin Shots and an end zone dance competition!

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11:00
AM
Episode 1204

It's game time at The Kitchen as the hosts share big ideas for a big game party, kicking off with an epic sub sandwich made three ways. Learn how to decorate with nothing more than a roll of tape, plus secrets for an Ultimate Burger Bar from the Feltner Brothers. Katie Lee shares her Sizzling Chili Cheese Skillet Dip, then fashion icon and food lover Olivia Culpo joins the fun and shares her creamy Buffalo Chicken Stuffed French Bread and a refreshing cocktail recipe for a Michelada.

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12:00
PM
Episode 0209

Football is king, but Valerie Bertinelli is queen of the halftime eats! Her family and friends are over to watch the game, so she's making Italian Slow-Cooked Beef Sandwiches served with a Giardiniera Aioli and an Italian-style fennel Cole Slaw. For dessert, she makes Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies, then turns the leftover halftime snacks into Beef and Potato Hash.

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12:30
PM
Episode 0203

Friends drop by unexpectedly, so Giada De Laurentiis shows how to host a fabulous last-minute party. Her menu includes Focaccia with Clementine and Fennel, Frozen Fruit Sparkling Water, Pantry Mezzi with Rigatoni with Greens, and Smokey Arugula and Apple Salad. Then, Giada shows how to use dishes and decor in cabinets to transform a living room and create a special mood with only a few minutes' notice.

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1:00
PM
Episode 0304

In an ode to the outrageous psychedelic colors of tie-dye, Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman head back to the 1960s and ask the remaining nine kid bakers to "color them wow" with mind-blowing tie-dye cakes.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1004

Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray are replaced with two surprise culinary giants who don't "kid" around as they mentor the recruits through the skill drill of making unconventional pizzas. For the main dish challenge, the recruits have to get their hands dirty and face their fishy fears by learning to fillet and prepare a fish dinner.

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3:00
PM
Episode 3120

Straight from nature to the chefs' baskets, ingredients in this competition are favorites of hunters and foragers! The first round puts an aquatic wonder and a delicate flower into the hands of the four competitors. An imposing root and a wild beast are part of the entree round challenge. Then, the final wild round is a sweet one featuring berries and butter.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1910

The four competitors for this second part in the Tournament of Stars are all cooking-competition veterans, alums of Food Network's Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off. But Coolio, Lou Diamond Phillips, Penn Jillette and Carnie Wilson have never stepped foot in the Chopped Kitchen! How will they do with beef tongue and microwaveable chocolate cake in the appetizer basket? Then the stars have a pizza party in the entree round, after they discover leftover slices in the basket. And with hopes of making it to the $50,000 finale, two competitors must make desserts using chocolate bars and banana chips.

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5:00
PM
Episode 1911

Bringing the funny to the Chopped Kitchen, four comics (Sinbad, Tommy Davidson, Robert Wuhl and Gillian Vigman) compete for a chance to move on to the $50,000 finale. The stars open up the first basket and get a pork delicacy and a gummy candy. In the entree round, the three remaining comedians must make jalapeno poppers palatable with beer can chicken. And with vanilla cupcakes in the final basket, transforming the ingredient becomes key for the two finalists.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1912

With only one spot left in the $50,000 charity tournament finale, actors Lucas Grabeel, Michael Imperioli, Peter Scolari and Tasha Smith bravely take on the role of chef. In the first round, one competitor tries desperately to figure out the right cooking technique for a tricky ingredient. And a pretty citrus fruit and a spiny lobster are two of the mystery ingredients that the competitors must demystify in the entree round. Then in the final round, the two remaining stars make a mess in the kitchen and some very creative desserts with mascarpone and strawberries.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1913

The four amazing finalists open the first basket and get a drive-thru snack and a cold dessert. $50,000 is destined to go to one of the last three celebrities' favorite charities, but which stars will have good luck with the duck in the entree basket? And the fifteenth and final round of the Chopped Tournament of Stars is bound to be intense: do the competitors have enough culinary stamina left to make something yummy, beautiful and creative from churros and champagne?

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8:00
PM
Episode 3103

Chopped has joined forces with Beat Bobby Flay for a spectacular crossover event. Twelve returning Chopped Champions sweat and scramble to get to the $40,000 Grand Finale. In the appetizer round of this premiere competition, the champions are tested with a Scandinavian fish and a sugary cereal. A flowery syrup and an onion with sprinkles appear in the second basket, while sandwiched between a cheesy sandwich and some jelly in the dessert basket, the chefs find an ingredient that Bobby particularly likes.

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9:00
PM
Episode 3105

Four more returning champs battle for their chance to go head-to-head against Chef Bobby Flay in the Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay tournament. A seafood that needs tenderizing and a canned product that needs to be creatively incorporated are two of the ingredients found in the appetizer basket. A king of the sea and a cake of the ice box are found in the entree basket. In the dessert round, an ingredient that Bobby loves ends up in one chef's ice cream recipe, but trouble with the machine has everyone wondering how it will turn out.

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10:00
PM
Episode 3107

A set of twins is among the returning Chopped winners striving for the opportunity to Beat Bobby Flay. In the first round, a cold soup and a stuffed lobster challenge the champs, and keeping track of all four ingredients proves problematic for some. The entree basket includes a giant piece of meat and some tasty little dried fruits. Then, nobody knows how to pronounce the name of a Swedish cookie in the final basket, but will the two chefs who are making dessert know what to do with it?

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11:00
PM
Episode 3109

The $40,000 title fight finale is here! Ferocious repeat champs return to the Chopped Kitchen to bring all they've got to the first two rounds to see who gets to face Bobby Flay! The group of three undefeated champs must make appetizers with camel meat and a strange sauce, and the level of difficulty in the entree round is off the charts. The one contender who survives to compete in the highly-anticipated Bobby Flay bonus round has the advantage of making their own signature dish, but using ingredients from a Chopped basket!

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12:00
AM
Episode 3105

Four more returning champs battle for their chance to go head-to-head against Chef Bobby Flay in the Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay tournament. A seafood that needs tenderizing and a canned product that needs to be creatively incorporated are two of the ingredients found in the appetizer basket. A king of the sea and a cake of the ice box are found in the entree basket. In the dessert round, an ingredient that Bobby loves ends up in one chef's ice cream recipe, but trouble with the machine has everyone wondering how it will turn out.

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1:00
AM
Episode 3107

A set of twins is among the returning Chopped winners striving for the opportunity to Beat Bobby Flay. In the first round, a cold soup and a stuffed lobster challenge the champs, and keeping track of all four ingredients proves problematic for some. The entree basket includes a giant piece of meat and some tasty little dried fruits. Then, nobody knows how to pronounce the name of a Swedish cookie in the final basket, but will the two chefs who are making dessert know what to do with it?

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2:00
AM
Episode 3109

The $40,000 title fight finale is here! Ferocious repeat champs return to the Chopped Kitchen to bring all they've got to the first two rounds to see who gets to face Bobby Flay! The group of three undefeated champs must make appetizers with camel meat and a strange sauce, and the level of difficulty in the entree round is off the charts. The one contender who survives to compete in the highly-anticipated Bobby Flay bonus round has the advantage of making their own signature dish, but using ingredients from a Chopped basket!

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3:00
AM
Episode 3103

Chopped has joined forces with Beat Bobby Flay for a spectacular crossover event. Twelve returning Chopped Champions sweat and scramble to get to the $40,000 Grand Finale. In the appetizer round of this premiere competition, the champions are tested with a Scandinavian fish and a sugary cereal. A flowery syrup and an onion with sprinkles appear in the second basket, while sandwiched between a cheesy sandwich and some jelly in the dessert basket, the chefs find an ingredient that Bobby particularly likes.

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Saturday, Jan 28

On TV

The Pioneer Woman

9:30am | 8:30c

Cupcake Wars

10am | 9c

Cake Wars

11am | 10c

Cake Wars

12pm | 11c

The Pioneer Woman

1:30pm | 12:30c

Beat Bobby Flay

2:30pm | 1:30c

Beat Bobby Flay

3:30pm | 2:30c

Beat Bobby Flay

4:30pm | 3:30c

Beat Bobby Flay

5:30pm | 4:30c

Beat Bobby Flay

6:30pm | 5:30c

Chopped

7pm | 6c

Chopped

9pm | 8c
On Tonight
On Tonight

Beat Bobby Flay

10pm | 9c

Beat Bobby Flay

10:30pm | 9:30c

Beat Bobby Flay

11:30pm | 10:30c

Chopped

12am | 11c

Beat Bobby Flay

1:30am | 12:30c

Beat Bobby Flay

2:30am | 1:30c

Mystery Diners

4:30am | 3:30c