TV Schedule

Sunday, Feb 5

7:00
AM
Episode 0201

Patricia Heaton invites childhood friend Sally Block and comedian Andy Kindler for a groovy night of 70s favorites. Patty goes retro all the way with her creamy, delicious Pistachio Cheese Log, followed by her far-out take on a party favorite: Rumaki, done two ways. Then, kick back with a Harvey Wallbanger Cocktail and a Waldorf Salad that will never go out of style!

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7:30
AM
Episode 0509

Friend and fellow Okie, Ree Drummond, is coming over to make classic diner food dishes with Trisha. While they cook Chicken Fried Steak, Spinach With Bacon and Onions, Baked Macaroni and Cheese and Chocolate Pie, they share their favorite things about Oklahoma, cowboys and childhood memories of eating blue plate specials with their families.

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8:00
AM
Episode 0510

It's cocktail time. Ina is preparing three incredible easy canapes special enough for the holidays and all year round. There's fresh Salmon Tartare, Sopressata With Cheese in Puff Pastry and Chipotle and Rosemary Roasted Nuts. Plus, America's top mixologist Brian Van Flandern is challenged to create two incredible cocktails, one modern and one vintage, to match the menu, and he comes up with The Barefoot Contessa and a Hemingway Daiquiri. Then it's all about cocktails and canapes in Ask Ina.

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8:30
AM
Episode 0808

Today, Ina's sharing all the secrets for effortless entertaining: From creating a time line, sharing cheats and shortcuts and cooking up easy delicious dishes. With recipes for Chili Tortilla Chips, Slow Roasted Filet of Beef with Basil Parmesan Mayonnaise, Roasted Balsamic Brussels Sprouts and Truffled Mashed Potatoes.

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9:00
AM
Episode 0402

When you're craving takeout but are bored with the usual order, it's time for Guy's Takeout Remix! You'll never look at fried noodles and Asian salad the same way again! Hong Kong Noodles, Shrimp Stuffed Peppadews and Electric Melon.

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9:30
AM
Episode 0201

It's poker night, and Valerie Bertinelli and her husband, Tom, are joined by their friends: actor Michael Burger, Food Network's Duff Goldman, and TV producer Jenny Johnson. She's got the perfect full house of a menu with Southwestern Eggrolls with Salsa, retro Teriyaki Rumaki, an Orzo, Grape Tomatoes and Radish Salad, and Apple, Ham and Cheddar Sliders served on sweet Hawaiian Rolls.

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10:00
AM
Episode 0508

Trisha's helping her sister, Beth, make a special anniversary dinner for her husband. They make Chicken Saltimbocca, Roasted Vegetables With Balsamic Glaze and Chocolate Orange Cake -- all dishes that look fancy and taste great, but are actually simple to make.

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10:30
AM
Episode 1409

Ree Drummond is seeking cowboy approval on dishes for her deli menu, asking a trio of Osage's finest for feedback on some test recipes. There are rival Chicken Fried Steaks -- rib eye and regular -- both paired with Creamy Gravy. Then, it's a tasty toss-up as classic Biscuits are pitched against delicious Bacon and Onion Biscuits. And in a battle of the desserts, rich Chocolate Pie faces off against Double Chocolate Silk Pie.

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11:00
AM
Episode 0204

Things kick off with an enormous egg sandwich that will feed 12 people, then Fanny Slater introduces an epic cinnamon roll. Plus, the hosts make a cake that masquerades as America's favorite breakfast food and whip up pancakes with surprises inside!

11:30
AM
Episode 0405

Nancy Fuller is using local hops in her meal today, when she tops by her friends' brewery to pick up all different kinds of beer for cooking and baking. Then, she invites the brewers back to the farm for a comforting dinner that's out of this world. On the menu are Beer-Braised Beef Stew, Ale and Cheddar Biscuits, Kale Salad with Amber Ale Vinaigrette and Fudge Cake with Stout Glaze.

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12:00
PM
Episode 0205

Instead of movie night, Giada De Laurentiis hosts her own mini film festival. Guests are asked to create their own two minute cell phone movies on any topic they'd like, dramatic or documentary. Her decor and food is movie style, like Cacio Pepe Popcorn, Finger Sandwiches Three Ways, Blueberry Focaccia and Spiked Ice Cream Floats.

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12:30
PM
Episode 0611

Chef Bobby Flay is whipping up a crowd-pleasing brunch of classically sweet dishes reimagined with savory flavors, like Stuffed French Toast with Gruyere, Mustard Greens and Double-Smoked Bacon, Ham and Cheese Scones with Roasted Tomatoes, and a Yogurt Bowl with Savory Toppings like beets, cucumbers and chickpeas. To drink, he's reinvented another brunch classic with his Verde Mary.

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1:00
PM
Episode 1205

The Kitchen is revealing the secrets to making favorite restaurant food at home, starting off with Geoffrey Zakarian's tips for a delicious Shrimp Scampi. The Kitchen Helpline is open to crack the code on your favorite restaurant dishes, then restaurant masters Deuki Hong and the Dos Toros Brothers stop by to share their recipes for Slow Cooker Korean Short Ribs and Steak Quesadillas. Plus, classic restaurant dessert with Pass the Molten Lava Cake and three ways to finish the meal with restaurant-quality coffee at home.

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2:00
PM
Episode 2306

This trip, Guy Fieri's checkin' out some righteous spots that say a lot in the name. In Fort Collins, Colo., NFL pro Jared Allen and Triple-D alum team up on gangster green chili and mile-high burgers. In Falmouth, Mass., the quaint breakfast-lunch cafe putting out perfect pickle chips and a savory scone sandwich. And just outside of Falmouth, the family-owned favorite serving local soft shell crab and hearty kale soup.

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2:30
PM
Episode 2302

This trip, Guy Fieri's gettin' a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, the city's original Japanese spot rolling out serious sushi and traditional udon. Then, the Vegas winner dealin' in righteous pork and an Asian spin on classic grilled cheese. And in Denver, the Korean barbecue joint firing up the grill for a meaty all-you-can eat flavorfest.

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3:30
PM
Episode 2503

This trip, Guy Fieri's cookin' up everything from creole to cold cuts to crazy Asian crepes. First, a multi-generational joint bringing New Orleans to Los Angeles with off-the-hook gumbo and etouffee. In Minneapolis, a unique deli stacking sandwiches with vegan turkey, vegan cheese and Italian meat-free "meats." And in Maui, Hawaii, a noodle spot dishin' out righteous ramen and off-the-chain Vietnamese crepes.

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4:00
PM
Episode 0305

What were desserts like when hosts Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman were kids? The remaining eight bakers must update old school desserts like coconut cream pie or German chocolate cake into trendy "throwback" eclairs.

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5:00
PM
Episode 1001

The new recruits enter boot camp with dreams of becoming great chefs, but their dreams become nightmares when they see photos of their culinary failures mounted on their stations. To start off, mentors Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray have the recruits cook their signature dishes so that they can assess their skills in the kitchen. Then, the recruits dive headfirst into a main dish challenge where they must cook shrimp and live lobster. The recruits with the least successful dishes on each team will be sent home.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1002

Mentors Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray help the recruits break out of their shell by starting with the most important meal of the day: breakfast. First, the teams get cracking in a game that will get their hands messy and show how much they know about the many different egg dishes. The mentors then bring the day full circle in the main dish challenge by teaching the recruits how to ditch frozen microwave meals and create a home-cooked dinner that will have their friends and family coming back for more.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1003

Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray teach the recruits all about flavor, starting with a skill drill that puts their tongues and taste buds to the test. For the main dish challenge, the recruits put their newly-learned flavor combination skills to work as they take a culinary trip around the world and make a roulade inspired by a basket of ingredients that corresponds to the cuisine of a foreign country.

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8:00
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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9:00
PM
Episode 1005

Competition is in the air as the recruits enter boot camp to see that it has been transformed into a game day arena. They must put their culinary knowledge to the test in a game of Family Food, where only one team can be named the winner. For the main dish challenge, the recruits must cook for a crowd and impress their guests with the ultimate game day sandwich and an appetizer.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1006

Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray bring in a special guest mentor to teach the recruits how to make a decadent chocolate dessert to set the mood for Valentine's Day. Their desserts will be judged in a blind taste test, and the winning recruit will receive a special advantage for the main dish challenge, where they must cook a romantic meal to wow their loved ones.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1116

Four courageous chefs are determined to reach the top playing three twisted rounds of the Food Pyramid! First, the Pyramid picks the equipment, produce and total ingredient weight for their updated classics. Next, the chefs have to make a classic burger and fries using the meat, condiment and buns selected by the unpredictable pyramid. Then, the final two chefs confront the triangle of terror one last time, as it picks the type of dish they must make. The winner will enjoy the pinnacle of success -- a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1005

Competition is in the air as the recruits enter boot camp to see that it has been transformed into a game day arena. They must put their culinary knowledge to the test in a game of Family Food, where only one team can be named the winner. For the main dish challenge, the recruits must cook for a crowd and impress their guests with the ultimate game day sandwich and an appetizer.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1006

Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray bring in a special guest mentor to teach the recruits how to make a decadent chocolate dessert to set the mood for Valentine's Day. Their desserts will be judged in a blind taste test, and the winning recruit will receive a special advantage for the main dish challenge, where they must cook a romantic meal to wow their loved ones.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1116

Four courageous chefs are determined to reach the top playing three twisted rounds of the Food Pyramid! First, the Pyramid picks the equipment, produce and total ingredient weight for their updated classics. Next, the chefs have to make a classic burger and fries using the meat, condiment and buns selected by the unpredictable pyramid. Then, the final two chefs confront the triangle of terror one last time, as it picks the type of dish they must make. The winner will enjoy the pinnacle of success -- a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.

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3:00
AM
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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