TV Schedule

Tuesday, November 25

Food Network Specials

Everyone loves eating Thanksgiving dinner, but anyone who's ever been behind the stoves knows it's like a full-time job. Brothers and Chefs Michael and Bryan Voltaggio team up to demystify the entire process of cooking Thanksgiving dinner by offering great tips for making the whole week stress-free from prep work on Sunday to mid-week time-savers all the way to Turkey Day itself. All of your Thanksgiving favorites are here and the Voltaggios will amp up the recipes with their chef secrets to wow everyone at your table.

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Cooking for Real

Sunny Anderson loves a hearty diner breakfast, and today she's making her favorites at home. Grilled Rosemary Steak pairs perfectly with Sunny's Perfect Scrambled Cheesy Eggs, and Easy Glazed Cinnamon Buns will satisfy your sweet tooth any time of day. A glass of Prosecco adds a casual sparkle to the meal.

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Down Home with the Neelys

The Neelys are "Kick Starting the Day" with an explosion of breakfast favorites. First, they're making a heart healthy Homemade Brown Sugar Granola with Quick Fix Honey. Then, it's sinfully delightful Cinnamon Sugar Waffles with Blueberry Syrup. And, a stick to your ribs side, Black Pepper Maple Bacon. Finally, they need a beverage to wash it all down, the Best Bloody Mary your lips will ever taste! This meal is just what you need to "Kick Start the Day," every day!

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Cupcake Wars

Four vegan competitors will battle it out for the opportunity to serve their cupcakes at an exclusive party for iconic television star — and guest judge — Fran Drescher's charity, Cancer Schmancer.

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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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Barefoot Contessa

Ina is testing the perfect Thanksgiving dinner for two for a magazine article. Her husband Jeffrey is the chief taste tester and her friend Miguel is designing a table where the decoration doubles as dessert. On the menu are savory Palmiers - puff pastry with sundried tomato pesto - then golden Cornish Hens filled with Cornbread Stuffing, Mashed Turnips with delicious crispy shallots and sauteed Broccolini. Who says you need a crowd to have a party?

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Sandra's Money Saving Meals

Sandy Lee is sharing a festive seasonal feast at a price that won't leave you feeling like a turkey! Sandy's harvest feast menu includes Roasted Turkey with Citrus Butter, Country Bread Stuffing, Leek Mashed Potatoes and for dessert a festive Pumpkin Tiramisu! When the big day is over, Sandy puts those leftovers to good use with a fabulous Round Two Recipe for Thanksgiving Sheppard's Pie.

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Ten Dollar Dinners

Melissa d'Arabian stirs up her family's favorite Saturday morning brunch menu. Her puffed Vanilla Dutch Baby, topped with fresh blueberries and lemon zest, is big enough for the whole family; Homemade Garlic Sausage Patties and Roasted Provencal Tomatoes round out the weekend spread.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Pasta-free lasagna? Chef Anne Burrell shows you how with her Noodleless Butternut Squash and Pork Lasagna. Make this hearty casserole into a superstar meal with Anne's simple Arugula Salad. Wine: Cabernet Sauvignon

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30 Minute Meals

A meal big enough to feed an army...or your family. Sloppy Lasagna; Big Green Salad with Orange-Dijon Vinaigrette

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis loves desserts. In this "Giada at Home" episode she creates two of her favorites that taste as good as they look. Giada bakes an Amaretto Chocolate Tart with Apricot Cream and a Frozen Meringue Cake with Raspberry-Balsamic Syrup.

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Giada at Home

It's all about indulgence as Giada De Laurentiis prepares a decadent menu. Italy meets pure comfort with three delicious recipes; Four-Cheese Ravioli With Herb Pesto, Eggplant Parmesan Meatloaf and Chocolate-Raspberry Layer Cake.

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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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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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The Pioneer Woman

To welcome Ree's father and stepmom to the ranch for dinner, Ladd's grilling the Fillet, while Ree whips up all the fixings; Peppercorn Sauce, Caesar Salad, Buttered Rosemary Rolls and a family favorite -- Cherry Almond Crisp -- for dessert. Then everyone's wrapping up warm to sip Delicious Hot Chocolate on the terrace by the glow of the fire pit.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha is switching up her traditional Thanksgiving this year and invites over her close friends to celebrate a stress free Thanksgiving meal. Her sister, Beth helps out in the kitchen to create this quick and easy feast. On the menu are her Turkey and Dressing Casserole, homemade Turkey Gravy, buttery Roasted Carrots and a Yearwood classic, Sweet Potato Pie. Instead of saying Grace, this year Trisha will lead her friends in singing Grace.

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Chopped

It's Thanksgiving in the Chopped kitchen and four chefs are giving it all they have. Things start off on a sweet note, with maple syrup in the appetizer basket. Then when the chefs get an ingredient in the entree round that is more popular as a decoration than as a food, will they be able to make the beautiful, edible? And after cooking with some traditional turkey day favorites in the last round, the two finalists hope the judges will want to gobble, gobble up their desserts.

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Chopped

This Thanksgiving, football doesn't have anything on Chopped! Four chefs fight ferociously to see who can make the best holiday meal from the bountiful mystery baskets. In the first round, the chefs must make green bean casserole into something more inviting. Then the competitors find a big bird and a frozen orange treat in the second basket. And with both of the last two chefs determined to show all that they can do with desserts, ambition is amped up in the final round.

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Chopped

In this competition, the baskets are full of usually-discarded food scraps. In the first round the chefs must contend with herb stems and what is left of a filleted fish. Then the competitors open the baskets to find eyes on potatoes looking back at them. And the two chefs left in the dessert round must make yummy sweets from the least desirable part of the bread and the least juicy part of the orange.

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Chopped

The chefs are given pots of bubbling oil, so that they can create crispy, delicious additions to their dishes. Catfish catches the chefs by surprise in the first round. In the entree basket, the competitors find a cheese and a cherry preserve. Will the mandate to make a fried dessert unnerve the two finalists?

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Chopped

The chefs must work their magic in the appetizer round using pesto sauce and chicken. Then in the entree round, a second basket of beautiful ingredients, including spirulina chips, challenges the chefs to get creative. And a treat from Kazakhstan is the most interesting find in the final basket.

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Chopped

The tables are turned, as the Chopped judges take to the kitchen and triumph over baskets that had our chef contestants flummoxed.

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Chopped

No longer just watching from the sidelines, Chopped judges are taking over the kitchen and they're trying out the same basket ingredients that have sent home chef competitors.

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Chopped

The chefs are given pots of bubbling oil, so that they can create crispy, delicious additions to their dishes. Catfish catches the chefs by surprise in the first round. In the entree basket, the competitors find a cheese and a cherry preserve. Will the mandate to make a fried dessert unnerve the two finalists?

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Chopped

The chefs must work their magic in the appetizer round using pesto sauce and chicken. Then in the entree round, a second basket of beautiful ingredients, including spirulina chips, challenges the chefs to get creative. And a treat from Kazakhstan is the most interesting find in the final basket.

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Chopped

The tables are turned, as the Chopped judges take to the kitchen and triumph over baskets that had our chef contestants flummoxed.

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Chopped

No longer just watching from the sidelines, Chopped judges are taking over the kitchen and they're trying out the same basket ingredients that have sent home chef competitors.

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Chopped

In this competition, the baskets are full of usually-discarded food scraps. In the first round the chefs must contend with herb stems and what is left of a filleted fish. Then the competitors open the baskets to find eyes on potatoes looking back at them. And the two chefs left in the dessert round must make yummy sweets from the least desirable part of the bread and the least juicy part of the orange.

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Sweet Genius

The inspiration for the first test comes straight from the Thanksgiving banquet, as does one of the mandatory ingredients. In the candy test, the chefs put on their game faces to tackle the next challenge using barbecue sauce and snack mix as mandatory ingredients. And with $10,000 and the title of Sweet Genius on the line, the two remaining chefs confront a fear-inducing inspiration and two unusual cake ingredients.

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