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Tuesday, July 7

Barbecue Addiction: Bobby's Basics

There is something so American about an afternoon tending the grill and Bobby Flay continues that tradition with some luscious stateside treats, like his Grilled Soft Shell Crab Sandwich topped with Red Slaw and sweet Yellow Tomatoes. Then Chef Flay crisps up a treat from his city childhood with his version of everyone's favorite lunch on the go, New York Street Cart Dogs with Onion Sauce and Grilled Red Pepper Relish. The true magic of American fire-cooking is achieved with his low and slow Smoked Prime Rib topped with a Red Wine Steak Sauce that evokes the red leather banquettes of a classic steakhouse. A Sweet Cherry Slushy brings refreshment and color to this feast celebrating the delicious Red, White and Blue.

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Alex's Day Off

One of Alex's favorite meals is a decadent Sunday brunch. And no brunch is brunch unless you start by baking something. Alex's coffee cake fills her entire home with the sweet smell of cinnamon and the promise of big warm slab of cake. Then Alex shows us how to make the prefect herb omelet and pairs it with vegetables - twisted little mushroom caramels tossed with vibrant spinach. To top it all off - a little magic trick - Alex makes homemade butter from milk and sour cream. A raspberry spritzer infused with mint adds a surprising fresh touch to the meal.

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Mexican Made Easy

Marcela introduces us to her Tia Marcela, her aunt and namesake, as they share some of their favorite family recipes and stories. From one side of the family we get savory Tuna Stuffed Chiles. From another side, the tradition of grandma's meatballs continues in a hearty Lamb Albondiga Soup. Combining Tia Marcela's recipes as well as her own, Marcela makes a savory Sweet Potato Casserole spiced up with Chipotle. Then Tia Marcela finishes things off with her own recipe for tart and refreshing tequila and grapefruit cocktail called Palomas, as they toast the traditions that brought them here!

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Cupcake Wars

Four talented bakers battle their way to the end zone for a place at the VIP party for the 2012 Rose Bowl.

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Chopped

With sea urchin and cranberry juice in the first basket, the chefs have to dive deep to try to imagine and then create the perfect appetizers. Then in the entrée round, can canned fruit and pork hock come together well on the plates? The three remaining competitors try to make it work when they deliver three very different main dishes. And it's a gingerbread dough showdown in the dessert round!

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree Drummond is hitting the road on a major bulk buy trip. On the grocery list are Chicken Thighs to turn into fabulous Peach Whiskey Chicken and on the side ideas for great casseroled and fried chicken thigh dishes. She's getting Apples for home made Applesauce, delicious in Apple Pancakes, with Pork Chops, in Healthy Breakfast Muffins and over ice cream and Briskets to braise, as perfect as they are marvelous in Tostadas, on Pizza or piled on Nachos.

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Barefoot Contessa

It’s back to basics on flavor. Ina is testing recipes for a Food Network magazine photo shoot that's happening in New York. The feature is on flavor and every recipe has lots of it. There's Butternut Squash With Curry Condiments, Maple Oatmeal Scones and Lemon Pasta with Roasted Shrimp. Plus, Ina is answering everyone's questions on how to turn the volume in Ask Ina.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Chef Anne Burrell reveals the Italian secrets behind Osso Buco. The rich cross-cut veal shanks are served, per tradition, alongside perfect Risotto Milanese, a creamy rice dish seasoned with saffron.

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30 Minute Meals

A spicy, stick to your ribs meal that's guaranteed to satisfy. Bagna Cauda Vegetable Toss; Sardinian Sugo Stoup

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis makes a trip to her favorite farmer's market and creates a delicious menu inspired by what's available and in season. Kale, Mushroom and Cranberry Tart, Roasted Pork Loin and Peartini are free spirited, but still easy and delicious.

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Giada at Home

It's the annual Firefighter's Pancake Breakfast and, this year, the local department is asking for Giada's help. Instead of serving the usual boring pancakes, scrambled eggs and greasy bacon, firefighters want to impress neighbors with an upgraded menu. So, Giada helps them create the best pancake breakfast of all time with Almond Pancakes, Breakfast Tart With Pancetta and Green Onions and Citrus Cream Smoothie. Then, Giada, Todd and Jade join their fellow neighbors to enjoy the community feast.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's making over classic dishes and turning up the volume with new ingredients and cooking methods. By daring to be different Ina transforms dishes with a big flavor payoff. There's Easy Parmesan Risotto, deconstructed Strawberry Shortcakes and a new take on breakfast, Eggs Columbian, a favorite at local cafe and specialty food store Mary's Marvelous.

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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

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 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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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha Yearwood's friend, singer/songwriter Sunny Sweeney, is in town, so Trisha decides to throw an impromptu get-together. Trisha whips up a quick and easy summer menu of Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, Cucumber Bites, Pulled Chicken Sandwiches with Spicy Slaw, and a refreshing Grape Salad. Sunny joins Trisha in the kitchen, and later the two sing a duet for their friend Mandy.

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Chopped

Class is once again in session in the Chopped Kitchen, with ladies from America's school cafeterias competing and sharing their stories. In the first round, ground turkey and frozen yogurt test the chefs' skills. Then the ladies must sweat out a 30-minute entree round with sweet potatoes and hoisin sauce as ingredients. The final two competitors advance to dessert round to find a basket of healthy items. And when one chef's plans literally fall apart, she must decide whether to rethink her idea or try, try again.

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Chopped

Snails are the first order of business in the Chopped kitchen. Can the competitors make escargot go with red jalapenos? A mishap with a paper towel leads to a dangerous situation at one chef's station. With Chinese eggplant and ground lamb in the entree basket, three chefs all choose a similar direction for their dishes. Then two very driven finalists compete to make great desserts from garnet yams and roasted noodles.

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Chopped

The chefs get a special tool in the basket to help them bust apart a challenging ingredient: a giant jawbreaker. The judges hope the shards-of-candy appetizers do not cause them any harm! Then a trendy pastry meets a North African stew in the second basket. And rosemary and ginger must be combined in the desserts.

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Chopped

Food-truck and food-cart pros, on a roll, fight it out for Chopped Kitchen dominance. The mandatory appetizer round ingredients range from a cheap, sweet treat to a fine-dining indulgence. The three chefs who move on to the entree round find a pork delicacy and a Mexican staple. And when the finalists take on the dessert round, there is potential for confrontation over a key piece of equipment.

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Chopped

The chefs get beef tendon balls in the appetizer basket, a very tough ingredient — literally. In the entree round, fresh vermicelli noodles seem to get the best of some smart competitors. And caramelized onions don't scream dessert, but shouting out for more time in the final round is not an option for the last two chefs.

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Chopped

Four chefs who lost in previous competitions return, wanting the win more than ever. A bright green dessert and a seafood snack must be worked into the competitors' appetizers. Then in the entree round, the chefs must contend with quinoa and sour candy. And with one more chance to redeem themselves, the two finalists fight to the end, as they make desserts from palm seeds and dulce de leche.

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Chopped

Food-truck and food-cart pros, on a roll, fight it out for Chopped Kitchen dominance. The mandatory appetizer round ingredients range from a cheap, sweet treat to a fine-dining indulgence. The three chefs who move on to the entree round find a pork delicacy and a Mexican staple. And when the finalists take on the dessert round, there is potential for confrontation over a key piece of equipment.

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Chopped

The chefs get beef tendon balls in the appetizer basket, a very tough ingredient — literally. In the entree round, fresh vermicelli noodles seem to get the best of some smart competitors. And caramelized onions don't scream dessert, but shouting out for more time in the final round is not an option for the last two chefs.

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Chopped

Four chefs who lost in previous competitions return, wanting the win more than ever. A bright green dessert and a seafood snack must be worked into the competitors' appetizers. Then in the entree round, the chefs must contend with quinoa and sour candy. And with one more chance to redeem themselves, the two finalists fight to the end, as they make desserts from palm seeds and dulce de leche.

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Chopped

The chefs get a special tool in the basket to help them bust apart a challenging ingredient: a giant jawbreaker. The judges hope the shards-of-candy appetizers do not cause them any harm! Then a trendy pastry meets a North African stew in the second basket. And rosemary and ginger must be combined in the desserts.

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Restaurant Stakeout

Willie steps in to assist Sean, the young owner of Smokehouse Barbecue in Somerville, N.J., Willie finds that an unprofessional staff, more interested in pulling pranks than customer service, may be more than Sean's business can survive.

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