TV Schedule

Sunday, July 24

Barefoot Contessa

Ina's on a nonstop bread adventure with her friend Eli Zabar, the bread guru. For lunch there's Fennel and Garlic Shrimp, perfect to eat with his Country Bread, he's sharing the secret recipe, and Ina's using it in delicious Provencal Cherry Tomato Gratin. Then she's assembling a beautiful bread basket and in a meeting of their two passions, they're having a bread and butter tasting.

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Barefoot Contessa

This is all about what professional cooks make at home when they're off the clock from dawn to dusk. Fantastic quick and easy recipes and top tips from the chefs and cooks in the know for us to try at home. Ina will be cooking with cookbook writer and caterer Julia Turshen and getting great ideas from local chef Kevin Penner and city chef Cederic Vongerichten from Perry Street.

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Giada at Home

In this episode, Giada De Laurentiis puts her spin on three dishes from some of Los Angeles's most popular tourist attractions; a Giada Dog from Pink's, Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles and Knott's Berry Farm's famous Boysenberry Pie gets a twist with blackberries and raspberries.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha's trainer, Billie Jo, comes to Trisha's kitchen to learn how to make surprisingly healthy Southern recipes -- but still doesn't let her get out of her daily workout. Trisha makes Corn Flake Chicken, Winter Veggie Soup, with a side Greek Salad, and every meal needs a little dessert, Betty's Apple Ambrosia.

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The Pioneer Woman

It's dinner for two for Ree and her son, Bryce, so she's treating him to all of his favorite meals. First up is Italian Meatloaf, then a no-bake Mac and Four Cheeses served with a simple B-Man Salad of leaves with a great, punchy dressing. And finally, they're having some mom and son quality time with Yummy Slice-and-Bake Cookies and Ice Cream Sundaes.

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Guy's Big Bite

Guy Fieri has a hankering for a sandwich and chips ... Guy-style! He's making a Grilled Halibut Sandwich: marinated white fish filets on bakery-fresh ciabatta rolls with a good smear of smoky Chorizo Mayo. And for the chips, Guy's making Plantain Chips, super crunchy and seasoned with a sweet-smoky spice mix — you're gonna want the entire bowl, but save some room, Guy's also got a Lentil Avocado Salad, with dried cranberries in a balsamic vinaigrette.

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Valerie's Home Cooking

Valerie Bertinelli and her husband, Tom, love to reminisce about old times, but like all long-term relationships and old-school recipes, there comes a time to give them a little update! On the menu is Chopped Iceberg Salad with Roquefort Dressing, Tuna Noodle Casserole, and a new take on an old favorite, Valerie's mother's Cherry Cheesecake Pie.

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Patricia Heaton Parties

Comedians Chris Kattan and Molly Shannon camp it up with Patricia Heaton for a camp-inspired party! Things get cookin' with an incredible Chili complete with a Toppings Bar, along with Foil Packet Corn that's perfect for the grill or a campfire. Craving something sweet? Peppermint Hot Chocolate and a S'mores Cast Iron Pie are the ultimate treats for the great outdoors.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree Drummond's daughter Paige is spending the day watching some of the younger kids, so Ree packs them some fun treats for a late-afternoon picnic. She makes Animal Crackers, Crunchy Cereal Chicken Fingers, Cucumber Finger Sandwiches, Salad on a Stick and Watermelon Mini Wedges.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha Yearwood is releasing a special limited-edition record to help raise money to find a cure for women's cancers, and is hosting a release party to commemorate the event. She's serving up an array of scrumptious finger foods, like Mini Sausage Cheddar Biscuits, Chicken Salad with Fruit in Lettuce Cups and Vanilla Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting. At the party, she will perform a special song from the record.

 

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Giada Entertains

Giada De Laurentiis has come up with the perfect way to host a great party without breaking the bank. Since every great party ends in the kitchen, she starts there and invites friends over to make some of their favorite dishes together, including Caesar Salad Taco Bites, Pulled Pork Tacos, Cheater Churros and Strawberry Basil Aqua Fresca.

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Brunch @ Bobby's

Chef Bobby Flay takes a tasty trip to the cozy and casual trattorias of Italy through his tempting brunch menu. His dishes include Creamy Polenta With Braised Greens and Poached Eggs, Shaved Pancetta With Balsamic Brown Sugar, Honey Roasted Peaches With Cinnamon Mascarpone and to finish it all off, a decadent Salted Caramel Affogato

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The Kitchen

The hosts of The Kitchen are hosting a summer cookout, featuring Katie Lee's Salmon Burger with Kale Slaw and Jeff Mauro's classic summer side dish, Creamy Greek Orzo Salad with Crispy Chickpeas. Chuck Wagon grill master Kent Rollins shows how to make his "Hot Damn Peaches," then Marcela Valladolid makes her White Peach Sangria. Plus, testing foods to see if they are grill-worthy, sweet and savory toppings for grilled donuts, and fun decor tips to take your cookout to the next level!

Mentioned in this episode:

DIY Summer Cookout

Grill A-Ha!

Grilled Doughnut Toppings

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Food Network Star

For the next challenge, the finalists are each assigned a different holiday party -- St. Patrick's Day, Cinco de Mayo, Mardi Gras, New Year's Eve, or Easter -- and take turns planning and hosting their own holiday special. Tia Mowry and Donal Skehan, hosts of Food Network Star Kids, are on hand to help Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay taste the food and judge the holiday specials.

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Chopped

All-Star chefs Madison Cowan, Eric Greenspan, Brian Malarkey and Art Smith converge in the Chopped Kitchen to fight it out for a spot in the $75,000 finale. In the first round, a slimy ingredient provokes some disgusted reactions from the competitors and judges. In the entree round, the beautiful fish in the basket leads the chefs to make some surprising mistakes. And when the two finalists go in totally different directions with their desserts, it's up in the air which approach will be more pleasing to the judges.

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Chopped

The second group of All-Star chefs, Anne Burrell, Hung Huynh, Mary Sue Milliken and Dale Talde, come out swinging for the fences with appetizer baskets containing a soup and a sour surprise. In the entree round, a cheesy party food must be matched with some expensive offal. The two star chefs who make it to the dessert round are challenged to make delicious dishes with a refreshing drink and some airy cookies.

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Chopped

Four new All-Stars (Cat Cora, Antonia Lofaso, Michael Psilakis and Marcel Vigneron) strut into the Chopped Kitchen, sights set on the Grand Finale. In the first round, a special Spanish meat must be paired with an airy cookie. The chefs who make it to the second round face a huge ingredient to butcher and some tiny, sour fruits to tame. Flavored water and clarified butter are part of the culinary puzzle that the final two chefs have to solve in their desserts.

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Chopped

There's just one more spot in the Grand Finale up for grabs, and Rocco DiSpirito, Jet Tila, Fabio Viviani and Lee Anne Wong all want it. The All-Stars open the appetizer baskets and find a succulent seafood and an Asian pastry. In the entree round, the chefs will need to get creative in order to cook a perfect piece of beef in time. And some fish-shaped snacks meet crystals that pop in the dessert round.

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Chopped

With four winning All-Stars returning to the Chopped Kitchen, and $75,000 on the line for someone's favorite charity, the judges are set to enjoy a masterful meal. The competitors find something purple and something fishy in the appetizer basket. In a tense entree round, a seafood tower threatens to topple the competitors' cool. Before being awarded the largest charitable prize in Chopped history, the final two All-Star chefs must handle a very hot pepper and conquer a cookie cake in the dessert round.

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Food Network Star

One ousted rival will rejoin the competition, but only if he or she can survive a six-week journey on Star Salvation, hosted by Alex Guarnaschelli and Eddie Jackson.

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Food Network Star

It's down to three finalists, but there's a surprise in store when an eliminated contestant reenters the competition after winning Star Salvation on FoodNetwork.com. The final four then battle it out with former finalists helping as their sous chefs. Food Network Star winner Aarti Sequeira joins to help select the final three to shoot pilots, which they then film with help from another winner: Guy Fieri!

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Cooks vs. Cons

Judges Richard Blais and Daphne Oz know their shrimp and grits, but do they know how to tell a cook from a con? Working chefs and home cooks hide their identity as bacon makes a glorious appearance in the first round. In round two, the remaining contestants put their skills to the test in the battle of the cherries. The taste of defeat may be tart, but the winner gets a huge cash prize with a cherry on top!

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Cooks vs. Cons

The cooks and cons try not to crumble during one of the most difficult challenges yet: incorporating cookies into a classic meat and potatoes dish! Then, it really gets nutty when the competitors show off what they can do in round two with the surprise ingredient of nuts. It's up to judges Josh Elkin and Graham Elliot to decide who they think is a pro cook and who's just a con!

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Food Network Star

It's down to three finalists, but there's a surprise in store when an eliminated contestant reenters the competition after winning Star Salvation on FoodNetwork.com. The final four then battle it out with former finalists helping as their sous chefs. Food Network Star winner Aarti Sequeira joins to help select the final three to shoot pilots, which they then film with help from another winner: Guy Fieri!

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Cooks vs. Cons

Judges Richard Blais and Daphne Oz know their shrimp and grits, but do they know how to tell a cook from a con? Working chefs and home cooks hide their identity as bacon makes a glorious appearance in the first round. In round two, the remaining contestants put their skills to the test in the battle of the cherries. The taste of defeat may be tart, but the winner gets a huge cash prize with a cherry on top!

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Cooks vs. Cons

The cooks and cons try not to crumble during one of the most difficult challenges yet: incorporating cookies into a classic meat and potatoes dish! Then, it really gets nutty when the competitors show off what they can do in round two with the surprise ingredient of nuts. It's up to judges Josh Elkin and Graham Elliot to decide who they think is a pro cook and who's just a con!

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Food Network Star

One ousted rival will rejoin the competition, but only if he or she can survive a six-week journey on Star Salvation, hosted by Alex Guarnaschelli and Eddie Jackson.

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