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Wednesday, Jun 14

9:30
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Episode 1009

Ree Drummond celebrates her middle children Paige and Bryce, with three snapshots of food and fun over a week while the other kids are away. She's making their favorite food starting with Cornmeal Pancakes with Blueberry Syrup. There's speedy, creamy Bow Tie Chicken Alfredo and build-your-own Grilled Fruit Pizzas with a cookie base, cream cheese frosting and indoor grilled glossy fruit.

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10:00
AM
Episode 0407

Nancy Fuller loves finding hidden treasures at the auctions she attends, and her house is full of them. After a heavy morning of auctioning with one of her gal pals, Nancy offers to cook a decadent lunch to celebrate their newly found treasures. They enjoy Poached Salmon Salad, Herbed Rice Pilaf, Asparagus with Hollandaise, Sweet Pea Springtime Mimosa, and a delicious Strawberry Buckle with Vanilla Ice Cream.

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10:30
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Episode 0105

Nancy Fuller's 1650s home is the perfect backdrop for an old-fashioned Dutch dinner party. Nancy's making juicy Roasted Chicken With Chestnut Breading, Sweet Corn Pudding and a Rustic Fruit Tart. She even swings by the local vineyard to pick up a few bottles of red for her spicy Mulled Wine. It's going to be an old-fashioned dinner party with farm flair!

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11:00
AM
Episode 0403

Nancy Fuller is catering a cocktail party in town at the Hudson Opera House. All of her friends will be in attendance for an exhibition of "Harvest," a collection of abstract art that celebrates the fruit of a farmer's labor. She's making all the appetizers -- Sausage-Stuffed Mushrooms, Roquefort-Rolled Grapes, Oysters Rockefeller, Seared Beef Tenderloin Bites -- and Starving Artist Cocktail.

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11:30
AM
Episode 0310

Nancy and her friend Jeanne are out skeet shooting, and meet a local who's been duck hunting who shares some of his duck-hunting catch in exchange for a dinner invite. They all enjoy Duck Cacciatore, Warm and Cheesy Artichoke Dip With Grilled Toasts, Cheesy Mashed Potatoes and Rustic Ginger Plum Tart.

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12:00
PM
Episode 0201

Nancy Fuller and her husband, David, are having date night and Nancy is cooking up a meal that harkens back to their teenage years. After a trip to her friend Fred's farm for fresh ice cream, she makes a Cola Milkshake With Cherry Whipped Cream. She also makes All-American Double Patty Cheeseburgers With Nancy's Special Sauce and Spicy Curly Fries With Roasted Onion Dip for their night at the drive-in movie theater.

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12:30
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Episode 0609

Nancy Fuller's friend and fellow caterer Kardea Brown is coming to town for a ladies' weekend, so they each whip up a bunch of their catering classics, including Honey-Braised Leg of Lamb with Carrots and Fennel, Peppery Parmesan Orzo, Rustic Cinnamon and Sugar Hand Pies with Cream Cheese Filling, and Geechee Okra Soup with Shrimp.

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1:00
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Episode 0313

Ladd and the kids have been up since first light shipping cattle, and Ree Drummond is rustling up a rib-sticking lunch of the kids' favorite foods. For Bryce, Salisbury Steak in tasty gravy. For Alex, Fettuccine Alfredo, and delicious sauteed sweet Peas and Carrots for Paige. Last but not least, for Todd, Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie it is. For a fun finale everyone has to guess which dish has their name on it -- will they get it right?

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1:30
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Episode 0212

To welcome Ree Drummond's father and stepmom to the ranch for dinner, Ladd's grilling the filet, while Ree whips up all the fixings; Peppercorn Sauce, Caesar Salad, Buttered Rosemary Rolls and a family favorite -- Cherry Almond Crisp -- for dessert. Then everyone's wrapping up warm to sip Delicious Hot Chocolate on the terrace by the glow of the fire pit.

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2:00
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Episode 2512

The chefs are shocked to find out that in this special episode, bizarre foods will be found in all the baskets. In the first round, a strange bird part and a stinky young fruit are two of the surprises in the baskets. Then the three chefs who get a shot at the entree round must turn some very hot candies and some ugly offal into beautiful, balanced dishes. And something purple and something fermented make for a very difficult dessert round.

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3:00
PM
Episode 2206

Guest judge Andrew Zimmern is on hand in this competition filled with bizarre surprises in all the baskets. The chefs have to contend with an offbeat ice cream flavor and an unusual meat in the appetizer round. In the entree round, a shocking-looking protein must be combined with a pink veggie. And the dessert basket contains some odd eggs and a peculiar Turkish treat.

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4:00
PM
Episode SP14

Chopped Champions return for an epic tournament of Chopped: Impossible, with Restaurant: Impossible's Chef Robert Irvine on the judging panel! In the first of three preliminary battles, the competitors face some of the most mind-blowing baskets, including whipped topping in the first round and offal and stinky cookies in the entree round. And in the dessert round, one of the ingredients has teeth!

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5:00
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Episode SP15

Four new returning champs take on the second preliminary round of the Chopped: Impossible tournament, with Chef Robert Irvine watching their every move from the judges' table. In the appetizer round, the basket features a strange duck and a green dessert, while nerves throw some chefs off their game. Then, in the entree round, an infamous Chopped ingredient makes a return appearance, followed by a meaty sandwich in the dessert basket.

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6:00
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Episode SP16

Four previous Chopped Champions are returning to compete for a spot in the grand finale of the Chopped: Impossible tournament, featuring Chef Robert Irvine as a judge. First, they must take on a swamp creature and insects in the appetizer round, then attack a sweet spring treat and an aged egg for round two. Finally, the chefs who move on to dessert must remain calm and collected as they deal with whimsical sushi, leftover fruit, and a frozen favorite.

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7:00
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Episode SP17

After winning their preliminary rounds of the Chopped: Impossible tournament, three champions return to battle for $15,000 and the chance to go head-to-head with Chef Robert Irvine to take home an additional $25,000! In the appetizer round, the competitors must overcome a giant clam and a fast-food classic, and then just two chefs compete in the entree round, tackling a nostalgic canned product and a strange sandwich. After a remarkable winning streak, the only thing standing between the last Chopped Champion and the grand prize is a spectacular wild card battle with Robert!

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8:00
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Episode 1104

In a special man cave episode judged by William Shatner, three chefs have to make their bacon dishes while sitting on a couch. Then, two chefs have to get in the wrestling ring to make their burger and onion rings. Finally, one chef has to shoot pool to move around the kitchen as they make their booze dessert.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1508

In a special cowboy episode judged by country musician Clay Walker, one chef has to use new breakfast hash ingredients that are slid down a bar. Then, two chefs have to prep and cook their cowboy steak dinners while riding in a covered wagon. Finally, one chef has to prep their cornbread dessert on moving saloon doors.

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10:00
PM
Episode 0413

The pros and amateurs must keep clam and mussel on when faced with incorporating carrots into their baked clam dishes in round one. Then, the stakes are steep in round two, as the contestants must fuse tea into their dishes for judges Jeff Mauro and Daphne Oz.

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11:00
PM
Episode 0307

The frittata challenge isn't all it's cracked up to be, as contestants' creamy egg cakes must mingle with zesty surprise ingredient olives. Judges Daphne Oz and Justin Warner attempt to separate the pros from the home cooks in round two, when rice rears its starchy head.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1508

In a special cowboy episode judged by country musician Clay Walker, one chef has to use new breakfast hash ingredients that are slid down a bar. Then, two chefs have to prep and cook their cowboy steak dinners while riding in a covered wagon. Finally, one chef has to prep their cornbread dessert on moving saloon doors.

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1:00
AM
Episode 0413

The pros and amateurs must keep clam and mussel on when faced with incorporating carrots into their baked clam dishes in round one. Then, the stakes are steep in round two, as the contestants must fuse tea into their dishes for judges Jeff Mauro and Daphne Oz.

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2:00
AM
Episode 0307

The frittata challenge isn't all it's cracked up to be, as contestants' creamy egg cakes must mingle with zesty surprise ingredient olives. Judges Daphne Oz and Justin Warner attempt to separate the pros from the home cooks in round two, when rice rears its starchy head.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1104

In a special man cave episode judged by William Shatner, three chefs have to make their bacon dishes while sitting on a couch. Then, two chefs have to get in the wrestling ring to make their burger and onion rings. Finally, one chef has to shoot pool to move around the kitchen as they make their booze dessert.

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4:00
AM
Episode 1304

After receiving a plea for help from an employee, Chef Robert Irvine and his team head to Peppino's Ristorante Italiano in Oviedo, Fla. Owners Susan and Luigi bought the restaurant hoping that their son, Nato, would eventually take over, but they feel they can't trust him due to his poor work ethic and attitude. With just two days and $10,000, Robert has his hands full with updating the decades-old menu, service, and decor, as well as figuring out whether Nato is even capable of running the business.

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Wednesday, Jun 14