TV Schedule

Tuesday, September 2

Grill It! with Bobby Flay

Next Food Network Star runner up Jeffrey Saad meets Bobby Flay face to face again, but this time to grill alongside the master. Jeffrey's Whole Grilled Achiote Rubbed Striped Bass is a perfect summer dish along with Grilled Corn in a Cilantro Pesto. His Spicy Margarita turns his meal into a party. Bobby, meanwhile, goes Moroccan style with his Striped Bass Filet and Orange-Almond Couscous. He washes it down with a Moroccan Cocktail Spritzer.

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Cooking for Real

Sunny Anderson prepares a meal that will have you seeing red, in the most delicious way. Sunny's Red Wine and Pomegranate Hanger Steak with Cipollini Onions is rich with caramelized flavor, perfectly complemented by the peppery bite in Sunny's fresh Radish Salad. For dessert, the red theme finishes strong, with Sunny's Strawberry Fool.

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Down Home with the Neelys

'It's a Pig's World' in the Neely household and no course is excluded! First, they're oinking it up with spicy Triple Pork Sliders. Then, a quick and easy appetizer you'll want to have at all of your gatherings, Pigs in a Blanket with Tangy Dipping sauce. Even the vegetables are getting some swine love when Gina makes their palate pleasing, Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus. For dessert, sweet and salty join forces when chocolate douses bacon for their, Chocolate Oink. Finally, you'll pucker for Gina's pig colored beverage the, Pink Lady Cocktail. 'It's a Pig's World baby!'

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Cupcake Wars

Four talented cupcake bakers vie for the chance to have their delicious displays featured amongst some of the wedding industry's most influential tastemakers, hosted by celebrity wedding planner, Mindy Weiss.

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The Pioneer Woman

The cowboys and kids have a long day hauling cattle so a hearty tailgate lunch is the way to go. There's got to be beef on the menu for these cowboys, so Ree's serving up warming and substantial Lasagna, Garlic Cheese Bread, and for dessert, individual Fried Pies perfect for eating on the hoof!

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Barefoot Contessa

It's school today for Ina as she plays both teacher and student. First there's a cookery class, with banana cake to frost and blueberry muffins to make. Then it's Ina Asks, when Ina turns the tables and plays student. It's back to school for Ina when she asks the International Culinary Institute in NYC three cooking questions that we all want to know the answer to.

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Sandra's Money Saving Meals

Sandra is cooking up savory soul food at a price that will make your mouth water. Recipes include Pork Chops with Butter Beans, Fried Chicken with Collard Greens, sumptuous Banana Pudding and a delicious Round Two Recipe for Pork Parmesan.

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Ten Dollar Dinners

Melissa d'Arabian shares some of her favorite recipes from her childhood in Tucson. Her Arroz Con Pollo features juicy chicken cooked on a bed of seasoned rice with tender onions and sweet bell peppers. For dessert, Applesauce Empanadas are a hit with kids and adults alike. To drink, a pitcher of Garden Iced Green Tea, infused with fresh herbs and lightly sweetened with a touch of honey.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Anne Burrell gives a nod to North Carolina with these Dry Rubbed Ribs with Vinegar BBQ Sauce. And what's barbeque without baked beans? Anne's Rockin' Baked Beans are rich, thick with molasses, and cooked with Italian sausage and a blanket of smoky bacon.

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30 Minute Meals

This special yet simple Italian supper can be made any day of the week, especially those days when you're running on empty. Classic Chicken Francese; Spinach Salad with Strawberries; Gremolata.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis and her family head out on a weekend getaway. Eating out every night on a vacation can get expensive so Giada prepares some easy, inexpensive dishes ahead of time to be enjoyed over the course of the trip.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis takes us on a coast-to-coast adventure introducing us to great barbecue recipes that reflect different parts of the country. The dishes feature unexpected flavors like Pork Sandwiches With White Barbecue Sauce, Grilled Salmon With Sun-Dried Tomato Butter, Spiced Beef Brisket With Smoky Barbecue Sauce and even a grilled dessert, Grilled Apple Slices With Caramel-Mascarpone Cream.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina and Michael Symon are cooking Greek today. Michael's doing Smoked Pork Ribs on the grill while Ina's got the sides sorted with Easy Tzatziki and Spicy Hummus, perfect on a Mezze Platter.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's husbands heading out of town and she's got a plan. With recipes for fabulous breakfast of Roasted Asparagus with Scrambled Eggs, plus Frozen Pineapple Margaritas, Mexican Chicken Soup, Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread a delicious Chocolate Orange Fondue.

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The Pioneer Woman

With the boys away, it's quality time for the cowgirls! There's a beautiful veggie-packed Pasta Primavera for dinner, before it's time to get back to the real world; the guys are coming home, so dinner is a Drummond crowd-pleaser that's loved by cowboys and cowgirls alike, Perfect Bacon Cheeseburgers and Perfect French Fries.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha is getting a barbecue lesson from John Cash, 'cue master and owner of her favorite local BBQ joint. Afterwards, Trisha heads back home to test some of her newfound skills on one of her own Brisket recipes. John joins her later to taste all she's cooked up, including Unfried Pickles With Ranch Dressing, Cooked-to-Death Green Beans and Blackberry Cobbler.

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Chopped

The judges are curious to see what is in store for them when one of the competitors breaks out the wok. And some of the chefs appear less than confident when they present the appetizers made using trout and white chocolate. Then, creativity abounds in the Entrée Round, when the chefs get a whole new set of mystery ingredients including whole coconuts. Alas, two Japanese ingredients appear in the dessert basket, and the judges hope the final course will be as impressive as the previous two.

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Chopped

Can openers are in order for the opening round, when the chefs find a shocker of a protein in the basket. Then the remaining competitors blast into the entrée round to find astronaut ice cream. But will the mission go awry for one chef after he asks a competitor for a generous favor? And a gritty grits battle in the dessert round reveals the finalists' creative strengths.

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Chopped

The chefs get an unusual wake-up call in the appetizer basket: gummy fried eggs. Will they be able to successfully transform this novelty candy into something that tastes good with corned beef? Then a sweet-and-sour surprise in the entree round sends the chefs running to the pantry to find suitable complementary ingredients. The two chefs who make it to a fiercely competitive dessert round must make do with knodel and almond flour.

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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

Some of the most beloved amateur winners return to the Chopped Kitchen for a shot to compete in the $50,000 finale. In the appetizer round the competitors must use salsa and cheese blintzes in their culinary masterpieces. Then as the entree round gets started, an off-balance tug-of-war over a piece of equipment has everybody laughing, except for the chef who loses the fight. And grapefruit is among the loot the last two champs find in the dessert basket.

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Chopped

Danica Patrick, Tiki Barber, Chuck Zito and Natalie Coughlin are four athletes who feel right at home in the kitchen battling it out for charity. The judges are presented with four salmon dishes to taste for the first course. In the second round chocolate-covered marshmallows seem to be the most stress-inducing ingredient. And figuring out how to transform olive oil cake is the challenge for dessert.

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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

Some of the most beloved amateur winners return to the Chopped Kitchen for a shot to compete in the $50,000 finale. In the appetizer round the competitors must use salsa and cheese blintzes in their culinary masterpieces. Then as the entree round gets started, an off-balance tug-of-war over a piece of equipment has everybody laughing, except for the chef who loses the fight. And grapefruit is among the loot the last two champs find in the dessert basket.

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Chopped

Danica Patrick, Tiki Barber, Chuck Zito and Natalie Coughlin are four athletes who feel right at home in the kitchen battling it out for charity. The judges are presented with four salmon dishes to taste for the first course. In the second round chocolate-covered marshmallows seem to be the most stress-inducing ingredient. And figuring out how to transform olive oil cake is the challenge for dessert.

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Chopped

The chefs get an unusual wake-up call in the appetizer basket: gummy fried eggs. Will they be able to successfully transform this novelty candy into something that tastes good with corned beef? Then a sweet-and-sour surprise in the entree round sends the chefs running to the pantry to find suitable complementary ingredients. The two chefs who make it to a fiercely competitive dessert round must make do with knodel and almond flour.

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Sweet Genius

Don't crack under pressure! In the first test of genius, the chefs must cook frozen desserts that include hard-boiled eggs. But they discover that success will be hard-fought when they set eyes on the challenging object of inspiration: a splendid treasure from the sea. None of the mandatory ingredients in the second test are usually used in desserts. But as they struggle to make it work, the chefs' imaginations are sparked. And when the final two chefs are given gummy candies for the last test, can they make purr-fectly yummy desserts inspired by a cat?

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