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Wednesday, August 24

The Pioneer Woman

Ree whips up a beautiful brunch for three generations of Drummond girls. There are delicious Maple Oat Nut Scones, an incredible Cowgirl Quiche and glamorous Champagne Oranges. Then Ree's bringing the coffee shop to the country with homemade Frozen Mochas. It's fabulous fun and quality time for the ladies that brunch.

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Farmhouse Rules

Nancy Fuller is throwing a surprise birthday party for her husband. David loves Italian, so that's what's on the menu: Fried Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta and Goat Cheese, Spaghetti and Lamb Meatballs, Chopped Caprese Salad, and Farmhouse Lemon Birthday Bars. Nothing but the best for David on his birthday!

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Farmhouse Rules

Students from Nancy’s local school have been hard at work on a school garden and Nancy’s daughter Lorinda, a school principal in North Carolina, is in town to see how they accomplished this feat. Nancy invites a few of the kids over to see her farm and to enjoy a delicious dinner with some of the ingredients they grew. They all enjoy Pasta Primavera With Handmade Linguini, Herb-Buttered Corn on the Cob, Zesty Garden Vegetable Bread Salad and S'mores Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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Farmhouse Rules

Nancy is inviting her friends over for some friendly farm games to celebrate the 20 years since she bought her home. Before the games commence, they sit down to a lunch of Beer Braised Beef, Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Peas and Ice Cream Sundae With Homemade Caramel Bourbon Sauce and Crushed Cookies and Cream.

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Nancy is hosting a Dance Marathon in the barn for her favorite charity. The band plays into the night and all of the dancing couples vie to be the last one standing. But, they won't go hungry as Nancy has cooked up enough to feed all of these charitable toe tappers with her menu of Eggplant and Sausage Pasta Salad, Green Beans With Bacon, Clementine Pound Cake With Glaze and Pink Lemonade.

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Nancy Fuller's daughter Nita and her kids are visiting for the weekend, so she wants to treat them to a special, scenic ride on the Catskill Mountain Railroad. She's making Honey Fried Chicken, Cobb Salad with Bacon Buttermilk Dressing, Chocolate Chip Cookie Icebox Cake, Frozen Basil Lemonades and Sweet and Salty Conductor Corn for a salty snack on the train.

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Farmhouse Rules

Nancy Fuller is showing her grandkids how things are done on the farm and in the kitchen! The kids first learn how to tractor-plant seeds fresh in the soil of the farmland. Then, back in the kitchen, they're learning how to make easy and delicious dishes any kid could master: Fresh Vegetable Lasagna with Spinach and Zucchini, Chicken Taco Pacos, Crinkle Cut Carrots and Zesty Herb Dip and for dessert, chocolatey Creep Critter Bars. Finally, it's a boxcar race after dinner!

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The Pioneer Woman

It's a home schooling day on the ranch and Ree is running both the classroom and the cafeteria! For breakfast, there are Muffins With Vanilla Butter, then Ree turns lunch lady to serve up Chicken and Noodles. Plus there are delicious Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter S'mores for spelling bee prizes.

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It's a big day of cleaning up the homestead with a massive bonfire to round it all off after an alfresco dinner of crispy Fried Chicken, Perfect Potato Salad, crunchy Colorful Coleslaw and Individual Key Lime Pies to eat around the fire.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef has to drive around in a delivery car while they make a breakfast pizza. Another chef has to make jalapeno poppers in a popcorn machine. Finally, one chef has to make sorbet while dragging around a giant action movie poster.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

Two chefs have to make spring rolls on a prep table they make of bungee cords. Then, two chefs have to make brick chicken in a brick building. Finally, one chef has to make a banana split with a bowling ball on their hand.

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While making cocktails and hors d'oeuvre, two chefs have to get their ingredients from trays of passed appetizers. Then, one chef has to make cashew chicken on a horseshoe. Finally, one chef has to shoot their tres leches cake ingredients through a basketball hoop.

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Two chefs share a blindfold during a pork and beans challenge. Then someone finds out just what a bear does in the woods. Finally, one chef finds themselves followed by a very persistent dark cloud.

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It's a balancing act for two chefs making a pancake breakfast. Then, someone gets their mind blown by a high-powered fan. Finally, everything is at stake during a steak dinner challenge.

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Competitors struggle to hold on to their ingredients. Then, there's a big obstacle between two chefs and their barbecue chicken. Finally, one chef has to hang in there while cooking on a rock wall.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef hits the trail in search of new ingredients. Then, it's a skillet breakfast cookout from atop a lookout tower. Finally, one competitor finds themselves in chilly waters while making chili.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

Two chefs rock the boat making a trout dinner. Then it's time for opponents to chase down their cheese. Finally, it's a tight squeeze for someone making dessert Camp Cutthroat-style.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

In the first heat of Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton's Revenge, three chefs have to cook a scramble with either an ax, a knife or an arrowhead. Then, two chefs have to make meat and potatoes while wearing a giant life jacket. Finally, one chef has to make dessert pancakes on an enormous compass.

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Get a sneak peek as Alton Brown and this round's judge, Antonia Lofaso, test the stuffed cabbage and "shock"-shuka sabotages. Three chefs have to make stuffed cabbage while stuffed in a cab. Then, two chefs have to play a "shock"-shuka game for their shakshuka ingredients. Finally, one chef has to make their trifle one layer at a time.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

Two chefs rock the boat making a trout dinner. Then it's time for opponents to chase down their cheese. Finally, it's a tight squeeze for someone making dessert Camp Cutthroat-style.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

In the first heat of Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton's Revenge, three chefs have to cook a scramble with either an ax, a knife or an arrowhead. Then, two chefs have to make meat and potatoes while wearing a giant life jacket. Finally, one chef has to make dessert pancakes on an enormous compass.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

Get a sneak peek as Alton Brown and this round's judge, Antonia Lofaso, test the stuffed cabbage and "shock"-shuka sabotages. Three chefs have to make stuffed cabbage while stuffed in a cab. Then, two chefs have to play a "shock"-shuka game for their shakshuka ingredients. Finally, one chef has to make their trifle one layer at a time.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef hits the trail in search of new ingredients. Then, it's a skillet breakfast cookout from atop a lookout tower. Finally, one competitor finds themselves in chilly waters while making chili.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Monica and Elvis opened Pasion Latin Fusion two years ago, hoping to bring fun and authentic Latin cuisine to Albuquerque, N.M., but have found little success. Worn down, they turn to Chef Robert Irvine, who has to address two major issues: the tension between Monica and their main investor, Elvis's brother, and a menu that's leaving customers confused and frustrated.

 

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