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Tuesday, June 30

Barbecue Addiction: Bobby's Basics

Bobby Flay has Italy on his mind while barbecuing mouthwatering dishes like Fennel-Garlic Smoked Pork With Fennel Gremolata and Grape Mostarda, Panzanella Verde and Grilled Baby Artichokes With Mixed Herbs and White Wine. And he finishes things off with an effervescent Espresso Soda.

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Cooking for Real

Sunny Anderson celebrates lumps...of crab! Her Simple Crab Cakes are packed with lump crab meat and little else to maximize the sweet crab flavor in these tender, golden cakes. Her Celery Root Remoulade, with a creamy mustard dressing, is a classic and delicious! crabcake condiment. On the side, Sunny's Quick Apple and Sweet Potato Soup is a smooth, sweet-savory puree brimming with warm spices to complement the crabcakes.

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Down Home with the Neelys

Pat and Gina are at it again, it's Dine-In Diner food, and it's delicious! First, they're making a mouth-watering Patty Melt. Then, it's tender Roasted Potato Wedges with a spicy Chipotle Sauce. Next, they're showing you a way to make your vegetables snackalicious with crispy, Kale "Chips." Finally, an easy-peasy dessert that won't leave you feeling guilty, Frozen Peanut Butter Bites.

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Cupcake Wars

Four bakers compete for their cupcakes to take center stage at a VIP party for the biggest stars of opera.

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Chopped

The ingredients in the appetizer basket get some of the chefs thinking about ballgame fare. Will they strike out, or hit one out of the park? In the Entrée Round, the competitors must marry shredded wheat crackers with an unusual fish. Then it is crunch time for the two remaining finalists, who attempt to make fantastic desserts with potato chips.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree's home alone and throwing an impromptu dinner party for her dad and stepmom. She's making her dad's favorites including Steak Oscar, filet topped with roasted asparagus spears, juicy shrimp and a drizzle of hollandaise sauce. Mushroom Pilaf is on the side and for dessert, Pots De Creme With Brandy Whipped Cream.

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Barefoot Contessa

Brown bagging it just got a Barefoot makeover. This is portable food with full on flavor including Grilled Tuna Wasabi rolls, Lentil Vegetable Soup and Granola Bars.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Chef Anne Burrell transforms inexpensive pork shoulder into a fork-tender showstopper using simple tips in her tried-and-true recipe for Braised Pork Shoulder. Warm Wheatberry and Mushroom Salad adds even more flavor and texture to this restaurant-worthy dish. Crisp Pinot Grigio wine cuts the richness and refreshes the palate.

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30 Minute Meals

3 simple dishes to give your next dinner party a huge jolt of life. Chunky Puttanesca Crostini; Butter Me Up Scampi Bucatini; Pepper-Cinnamon Honey with Fresh Fruit and Ice Cream

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis makes a casual but elegant weeknight meal for Todd and Jade. Her Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches With Honey-Mustard, Quinoa Pilaf and a refreshing Spiced Thyme and Lime Iced Tea are simple and delicious recipes you can whip up in no time.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis is pulling out all the stops for a fun and festive kid's party. She's created a map for her guests to discover secret treasures around the house and the party setting is a whimsical wonderland with a menu to match: Carrot and Zucchini Mini-Muffins, colorful quesadillas and Berry Fruit Drops for dessert.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's tuning up the volume on burger joint classics. There's easy Seafood Chowder, then she discovers the secrets on how to make the perfect burger with Chef Laurent Tourondel from LT burger, who also shares his recipes for delicious burger toppings, pickle mayo and guacamole. Then salad and fries get a makeover with delicious Buttermilk Ranch Dressing With Bibb Lettuce and Baked Sweet Potato Fries. Then it's time to answer questions on burger joint food in Ask Ina.

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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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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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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

The only person who loves a costume party more than Trisha Yearwood is her friend Glenda. To celebrate Glenda's birthday, she and Trisha are cooking up a few dressed-up party food dishes for their special costume party. On the menu: Warm Feta Artichoke Dip, Shrimp Croquettes with Green Peas, and Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Bars.

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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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Chopped

The judges are pleased to see duck confit in the first basket. But when it comes time to taste, they're disappointed that they must consider a competitor's very minimal use of one of the other ingredients. Then in the entree round, a jar of peanut butter and a can of shrimp are two of the puzzling items that the chefs discover in the baskets. As the competition wraps up, will wonton wrappers and grape jelly beans stump the finalists?

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Chopped

The chefs find carrot cake in the first basket, along with an unusual seafood product: Will they be able to pull together cohesive appetizers? In the entree round, the competitors take three different approaches with a familiar protein, but the judges are disappointed by the chefs' scant usage of a prized ingredient. Pop goes the dessert round, with caramel corn in the basket.

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Chopped

The chefs open the appetizer basket to find vegan franks and three other meatless ingredients and have to work frantically to compose appetizers in 20 minutes. Then in the entree round, the judges wonder if one chef's strange decision about what to throw into the blender will be a blunder or a surprise success. Then the finalists find a green soda and a Russian sweet in their dessert baskets.

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Chopped

It's an ice cream dream come true with an entire Chopped competition devoted to everyone's favorite sweet, cold treat. In the first round, the chefs find some beautiful gourmet scoops in cones, which they must find a way to make work with halibut. In the entree round, another ice cream surprise awaits the competitors, as well as some premium cuts of beef. When the two finalists move on to the dessert round, they'll have two ice cream machines and one goal: frozen perfection.

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Chopped

Four talented teenaged chefs bring their energy and ambition to the Chopped Kitchen! With a $40,000 scholarship on the line, the young competitors open up the first basket and find a sweet drink and a juicy fruit. Then in the entree round, the teen chefs are given some super sophisticated ingredients. And breakfast-like ingredients give the final two teens a rude awakening in the dessert round.

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Chopped

The chefs open the appetizer basket to find vegan franks and three other meatless ingredients and have to work frantically to compose appetizers in 20 minutes. Then in the entree round, the judges wonder if one chef's strange decision about what to throw into the blender will be a blunder or a surprise success. Then the finalists find a green soda and a Russian sweet in their dessert baskets.

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Chopped

It's an ice cream dream come true with an entire Chopped competition devoted to everyone's favorite sweet, cold treat. In the first round, the chefs find some beautiful gourmet scoops in cones, which they must find a way to make work with halibut. In the entree round, another ice cream surprise awaits the competitors, as well as some premium cuts of beef. When the two finalists move on to the dessert round, they'll have two ice cream machines and one goal: frozen perfection.

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Chopped

Four talented teenaged chefs bring their energy and ambition to the Chopped Kitchen! With a $40,000 scholarship on the line, the young competitors open up the first basket and find a sweet drink and a juicy fruit. Then in the entree round, the teen chefs are given some super sophisticated ingredients. And breakfast-like ingredients give the final two teens a rude awakening in the dessert round.

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Chopped

The chefs find carrot cake in the first basket, along with an unusual seafood product: Will they be able to pull together cohesive appetizers? In the entree round, the competitors take three different approaches with a familiar protein, but the judges are disappointed by the chefs' scant usage of a prized ingredient. Pop goes the dessert round, with caramel corn in the basket.

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Restaurant Stakeout

Willie comes to the aid of Audrey, whose brother, Ernie, took over the family-run eatery Gus's Franklin Park Restaurant in Harrison, N.Y., almost a decade ago. Now the struggling business is in need of serious help: Willie discovers that an overly generous Ernie may be the root of the restaurant's problems.

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