TV Schedule

Tuesday, Nov 14

9:30
AM
Episode 1510

Cowboy Cameron's the new recruit at the Drummond ranch, so Ree's welcoming him with a frontier-style dinner kit of his favorite food. While he's out working, she prepares hearty Short Rib Sandwiches and an easy kit for a Roasted Butternut Squash Salad. For dessert, there's a pile of Salted Caramel Frosted Brownies, and to drink, a vat of Sweet Tea Lemonade.

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10:00
AM
Episode 0605

Today Trisha Yearwood invites her friends Julie and Mandy over for a special weekend breakfast. Julie arrives early to help prepare the ultimate breakfast spread of Bacon Waffles with Maple Syrup, an Asparagus Frittata, Lemon Blueberry Bread, and fun Cinnamon Cereal Cocktail.

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10:30
AM
Episode 0811

Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, celebrate Thanksgiving by giving back. They deliver turkeys and donate canned foods to the YWCA of Nashville and cook a portable Thanksgiving meal for Trisha's niece, Ashley, who's a nurse at the local hospital. The hearty spread consists of Sweet Potato Pudding, Slow Cooker Pulled Turkey, Buttermilk Cornbread, and Cran-Apple Crisp.

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11:00
AM
Episode 0505

Trisha is hosting her family for Thanksgiving this year. She's making her uncle's famous Ranch Injected Fried Turkey. The family lends a hand in the kitchen with the Brussels Sprouts With Pistachios, Broccoli Cornbread and Lemon Pecan Pie before gathering around the table to share what they're thankful for, eat and sing!

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11:30
AM
Episode 0402

Trisha is switching up her traditional Thanksgiving this year and invites over her close friends to celebrate a stress free Thanksgiving meal. Her sister, Beth helps out in the kitchen to create this quick and easy feast. On the menu are her Turkey and Dressing Casserole, homemade Turkey Gravy, buttery Roasted Carrots and a Yearwood classic, Sweet Potato Pie. Instead of saying Grace, this year Trisha will lead her friends in singing Grace.

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12:00
PM
Episode 1011H

Trisha Yearwood hosts a misfit Thanksgiving for all her local friends. Her gang gets glammed up and Trisha decks out the dining room table for the ultimate feast, which includes Orange Maple Glazed Turkey, Rosemary Shallot Gravy, Slow Cooker Acorn Squash, Roasted Chestnut Apple Stuffing, Champagne with Pomegranate, and Spice Cake with Lemon Sauce.

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12:30
PM
1:00
PM
Episode 0904

The spotlight's on stunning sides for the big Thanksgiving feast. Ree Drummond's making some of her all-time favorites, including delicious Broccoli Wild Rice Casserole and Sweet Soul 'Taters. Ladd's family recipe is made over in Dressing with Brussels Sprouts and Butternut Squash and finally, the easiest No-Knead Clover Leaf Rolls.

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1:30
PM
Episode 0601

Cowboy Josh is taking Alex on as his ranch apprentice, and they're going to be ready for a stick to your ribs lunch. So Ree Drummond is fixing Supreme Pizza Burgers, a fabulous Quick Italian Salad, and frozen Fruit Pops. As a thank you to Josh, she's making his favorite chocolate dessert, French Silk Pie, to take home.

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2:00
PM
Episode 0503

For the first time, four talented women set out to claim the title of Chopped Champion. But one chef's dream is squashed by her kabocha and sardines appetizer. In the entree round, when the chefs take too long getting the beef cooking, the judges worry that the food will not be ready to serve. In the end, when two super sweet childhood favorites appear in the dessert basket, will the final dishes leave the judges nostalgic or nauseous?

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3:00
PM
Episode 1306

In the appetizer round, three out of the four chefs make a similar choice with a tricky basket ingredient: Will the fourth chef's different approach work in his favor? Then for the entrees, the competitors attempt to make delicious Cornish hen dishes, knowing that a nicely cooked bird in the pan could be worth a trip to the final round. And in the dessert round, neither the judges nor the chefs have any idea what to expect on the plates after a wild fiasco with the ice cream machine.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1706

The chefs get a first basket with two chicken surprises: chicken livers and chicken tenders. The trend continue into the second round, where the chefs must make a delicious entree with chicken legs and chicken-flavored crackers? Then in the dessert round, an often-disparaged dessert must be elevated.

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5:00
PM
Episode 0511

The chefs are asked to create a meal with Thanksgiving in mind. But will they be counting their blessings when they open the first mystery basket and see a lowly cheese spread? Then in the entree round, when the remaining chefs find a sweet scrumptious fall favorite and a bitter vegetable in the basket, they have to work hard to achieve harmonious holiday flavors. And with mushrooms and a Chinese condiment in the final basket, tradition goes out the window, but the door is open for some totally original desserts.

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6:00
PM
Episode 0104

Four new junior chefs are presented with the challenge of making a perfect Thanksgiving meal for the judges, including special guest Martha Stewart and Food Network's Chris Santos and Geoffrey Zakarian. First, they must make creative appetizers using spiral ham, and in round two, they have to prepare entrees using three different turkey parts. Pumpkin spice lattes in the final basket get the kids excited for dessert, where they race to claim the ice cream machine!

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7:00
PM
Episode 0404

Four confident young cooks set out to make judges Alex Guarnaschelli, Sandra Lee and Laura Vitale a spectacular Thanksgiving meal. Pumpkin pie comes first as one of the mystery ingredients for the appetizer round. There's no turkey in the entree basket, but there are a lot of other traditional flavors. Then, some adorable cupcakes are at the center of a goody-filled final basket.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1612

This Thanksgiving, football doesn't have anything on Chopped! Four chefs fight ferociously to see who can make the best holiday meal from the bountiful mystery baskets. In the first round, the chefs must make green bean casserole into something more inviting. Then the competitors find a big bird and a frozen orange treat in the second basket. And with both of the last two chefs determined to show all that they can do with desserts, ambition is amped up in the final round.

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9:00
PM
Episode 3006

Four chefs who cook in soup kitchens come to the Chopped Kitchen to face off in this special competition. In the appetizer round, they get creative with some fun bread and orange sauce. Turkey is a given in the entree round, but they also face an epic cake which defies description and is more than meets the eye! Some items in the dessert basket sound pretty healthy, like yogurt and fruit, but will the finalists' Thanksgiving desserts be nutritious or decadent?

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10:00
PM
Episode 3519

Three brilliant Iron Chefs -- Marc Forgione, Jose Garces and Alex Guarnaschelli -- are set to judge four exceptional Chopped Champions on a mission to create an incredible Thanksgiving feast! The champs' Turkey Day appetizers must include turkey in more than one form, then another bird gets some love in the entree round. Then, an epic sandwich and a sweet casserole are two of the ingredients that keep the final two champs' gears spinning.

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11:00
PM
Episode 2012

There are mixed reactions from the chefs when they learn that they will be competing with three baskets of leftovers. When time starts in the first round, the chefs frantically dig in to takeout containers from various types of restaurants. Then in the entree round, some forgotten packets of hot sauce find their way in to the basket and one chef realizes a critical error too late. And who knew there was such thing as leftover bacon, one of the ingredients in the dessert round?

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12:00
AM
Episode 3006

Four chefs who cook in soup kitchens come to the Chopped Kitchen to face off in this special competition. In the appetizer round, they get creative with some fun bread and orange sauce. Turkey is a given in the entree round, but they also face an epic cake which defies description and is more than meets the eye! Some items in the dessert basket sound pretty healthy, like yogurt and fruit, but will the finalists' Thanksgiving desserts be nutritious or decadent?

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1:00
AM
Episode 3519

Three brilliant Iron Chefs -- Marc Forgione, Jose Garces and Alex Guarnaschelli -- are set to judge four exceptional Chopped Champions on a mission to create an incredible Thanksgiving feast! The champs' Turkey Day appetizers must include turkey in more than one form, then another bird gets some love in the entree round. Then, an epic sandwich and a sweet casserole are two of the ingredients that keep the final two champs' gears spinning.

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2:00
AM
Episode 2012

There are mixed reactions from the chefs when they learn that they will be competing with three baskets of leftovers. When time starts in the first round, the chefs frantically dig in to takeout containers from various types of restaurants. Then in the entree round, some forgotten packets of hot sauce find their way in to the basket and one chef realizes a critical error too late. And who knew there was such thing as leftover bacon, one of the ingredients in the dessert round?

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3:00
AM
Episode 1612

This Thanksgiving, football doesn't have anything on Chopped! Four chefs fight ferociously to see who can make the best holiday meal from the bountiful mystery baskets. In the first round, the chefs must make green bean casserole into something more inviting. Then the competitors find a big bird and a frozen orange treat in the second basket. And with both of the last two chefs determined to show all that they can do with desserts, ambition is amped up in the final round.

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4:00
AM
Episode 0311

A new round of talented young cooks storms the kitchen to win over the judges, chefs Roble Ali and Marcus Samuelsson and blogger Rachel Hollis. First, they find some unusual gifts from the sea in the appetizer basket, and in the entree round, something sweet and something bitter in the basket make for a flavor-balancing act. Then, chocolate ravioli desserts prove to be a challenge in a hectic final round.

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