TV Schedule

Sunday, November 23

Rachael Ray's Week in a Day

Mexican food lover? Well Rachael works her way through a whole week's worth of festive feasts. Chicken in Pumpkin Seed Sauce, Pork with Chilies and Orange Sauce, Poblano Mac and Manchego with Corn and Mushrooms, Sliced Chipotle Turkey Breast with Pomegranate Cranberry Relish and Polenta, Mexican Chorizo and Turkey Chili.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina is revealing her foolproof countdown to the holiday meal with recipes for Herb Roasted Turkey Breast, Sausage and Herb Stuffing, Homemade Gravy and Celery Root and Apple Puree.

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Heartland Table

In this episode, Amy's kitchen spins out a traditional nostalgic supper club meal, with a few updates: Steakhouse Deviled Egg, Rib Eye With Teddy's Homemade Steak Sauce and Glorified Hash Brown Cake With Frying Peppers.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree Drummond is sharing all her great recipes, tips and secrets to pulling off the complete Thanksgiving feast! On the menu, Ree's Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey brined overnight in My Favorite Turkey Brine, complete with all the sides and trimmings to die for; homemade Cornbread Dressing With Sausage and Apples, Sweet Roasted Rosemary Acorn Squash Wedges, Cranberry Sauce, and Green Beans and Tomatoes.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

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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Barefoot Contessa

It's back to basics on Thanksgiving pot luck parties. There's a foolproof no stress Turkey Roulade, with easy sides; Roasted Vegetables With Simple String Beans and the classics with the volume turned up, Cranberry Conserve and Homemade Gravy. Then for dessert, Gingerbread Cupcakes With Orange Frosting plus a festive table setting by Ina's new stylist Robert Ruffino.

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Giada at Home

What do you do with all the Thanksgiving leftovers? Giada De Laurentiis takes some of the traditional favorites and makes fun new twists to enjoy after the holiday. The menu includes Thankful Shepherd's Pie, Cranberry Barbecue Sliders With Celery Apple Slaw and Eggs Benedict on Stuffing Cakes.

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Guy's Big Bite

Guy goes big with pork chops, taking the bone-in Tomahawk Chops and pan-frying them to crispy, then serving them with a heaping spoonful of tangy, chunky Tomatillo and Green Tomato Chow Chow for a NorCal-meets-South flavor explosion. On the side, cheesy Sweet Potato and Onion Gratin and a Blackberry Fizz cocktail to wash it all down.

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The Pioneer Woman

Today, Ree is creating divine dishes from the Thanksgiving leftovers. First, the Leftover Thanksgiving Panini -- the ultimate day-after sandwich. Turkey gets a makeover in Spring Rolls and a comforting Turkey Tetrazzini casserole. And for the ultimate incentive for the kids to finish their clean-up chores, pumpkin pie filling is transformed into Pumpkin Smoothies.

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Southern at Heart

On Thursdays, Damaris goes out swing dancing. This week, she invites her boyfriend to join her for a light and easy weeknight dinner of Fried Olive and Lentil Salad, Acorn Squash Stuffed With Sausage, Barley and Goat Cheese and "Dance the Night Away" Energy bars to enliven their spirits before the dance and keep them light on their feet.

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Farmhouse Rules

Every year, Nancy attends a big event run by a local group that strives to promote all the great produce and meats local to the Hudson Valley. This year, Nancy's making a dinner to share with her farming community. She has Pork Pot Roast With Root Vegetables, Sweet Greens With Maple Vinaigrette, Super Easy Dinner Rolls and Cheesy Potatoes Gratin, made with milk and cheese she gets from a local dairy farmer.

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The Kitchen

The Kitchen is celebrating Thanksgiving by giving back with an episode fueled by viewer questions. The chefs have everything you need to know about cooking the perfect turkey and great turkey day staples. Give your oven a break with Sunny's delicious No-Bake Cranberry Fluff Pie. The gang shows us how to set a simple and festive table and Chopped judges Marc Murphy and Alex Guarnaschelli shed light on Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry Campaign. It's a Thanksgiving Day feast you won't forget!

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Thanksgiving at Bobby's

Bobby Flay and Katie Lee are hosting an all-star Thanksgiving feast of friends with Alex Guarnaschelli, Michael Symon and Sunny Anderson. From appetizers to drinks and dessert, everyone is cooking up all the classic dishes that are the most personal and special to them. Tips, tricks and personal stories are shared as all the dishes are made leading up to the delicious feast served to celebrate Thanksgiving.

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Chopped

Turkey time means family time, even in the Chopped Kitchen as the whole Chopped family — all of the judges — are gathered together. In the first round, the four judges-turned-competitors must use hominy and gummy turkey feet in the appetizers they make for their four colleagues judging from the Chopping Block. Then in the entree round, beautiful ingredients like boniato sweet potatoes and savoy cabbage allow these world-class chefs to showcase their skills. And a Thanksgiving-themed spirit is one of the mystery ingredients in the final, suspenseful round.

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Unwrapped

A cornucopia of Thanksgiving favorites, all stuffed into one special Unwrapped! What's on our holiday table? The secrets to sides like Pepperidge Farm's stuffing and Ocean Spray cranberry sauce. If you can't decide between turkey or duck or chicken, "turduchen" stuffs them all into one big bird! The Jolly Green Giant's veggies are favorites but did you know the big guy wasn't always green and he wasn't always a giant? Also we visit Plimoth Plantation in Massachusetts to see what really was (and wasn't) on the first Thanksgiving table. And save room for dessert-we've got Marie Callender's pies and Reddi-wip. All this plus muffins and mashers and much much more on a special hour-long "Turkey & Trimmings" edition of Unwrapped.

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Food Network Specials

The holiday known for indulgence just got more Outrageous. Explore Thanksgiving like never before, from a spicy meal with Buffalo-style turkey and habanero cornbread to a Cajun cookout where everything is fried — even the cranberry sauce! Plus epic cranberry bogs, giant apple pies, a massive sweet potato casserole and more; put on your stretchy pants and get ready for an extremely Outrageous Thanksgiving.

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Holiday Baking Championship

The seven remaining bakers take classic holiday flavors into tasty new territory. In the first challenge, they create a swirled treat using eggnog and have to play nice with varieties of sugar and spice for their second dessert.

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Guy's Grocery Games

The chefs are thrown into the deep end when asked to make a five-star seafood dinner using Five Ingredients or Less. Next, the chefs play a new game inspired by an online fan — lasagna will never be the same! With only two chefs remaining, winning is not as easy as ABC when they try to make their ultimate burger.

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Guy's Grocery Games

In game one, the chefs are pressed to make a panini lunch with the items found on Guy's Grocery List. Next, the chefs attempt to make their favorite rice dish in Meals From the Middle. In the final game, the chefs are in for a real surprise as they're put through the ultimate test in Bag Swap: One will make a top-notch seafood dish — and win the Shopping Spree — and one will go overboard.

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Holiday Baking Championship

In this episode, the six remaining bakers take on the crusty, sweet goodness of pie. In the first challenge, they have just 30 minutes to make their best dessert using store-bought pie crust. In the second challenge, the bakers create three different pies with three different crusts.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

There are two sets of twins competing for Cutthroat victory and three of them deal with some calzone re-zoning. Then, pirates invade the kitchen and later, one chef has a really sad birthday.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef must make a lobster roll using a roll submerged in a lobster tank, and someone is given a rather unusual chocolate platter for their chocolate cake.

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Holiday Baking Championship

In this episode, the six remaining bakers take on the crusty, sweet goodness of pie. In the first challenge, they have just 30 minutes to make their best dessert using store-bought pie crust. In the second challenge, the bakers create three different pies with three different crusts.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

There are two sets of twins competing for Cutthroat victory and three of them deal with some calzone re-zoning. Then, pirates invade the kitchen and later, one chef has a really sad birthday.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef must make a lobster roll using a roll submerged in a lobster tank, and someone is given a rather unusual chocolate platter for their chocolate cake.

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Guy's Grocery Games

In game one, the chefs are pressed to make a panini lunch with the items found on Guy's Grocery List. Next, the chefs attempt to make their favorite rice dish in Meals From the Middle. In the final game, the chefs are in for a real surprise as they're put through the ultimate test in Bag Swap: One will make a top-notch seafood dish — and win the Shopping Spree — and one will go overboard.

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