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Thursday, November 27

The Pioneer Woman

The spotlight's on stunning sides for the big Thanksgiving feast. Ree's making some of her all-time favorites, including delicious Broccoli Wild Rice Casserole and Sweet Soul 'Taters. Ladd's family recipe is made over in Dressing With Brussels Sprouts and Butternut Squash and finally, the easiest No-Knead Clover Leaf Rolls.

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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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Ladd and the kids have been up since first light shipping cattle, and Ree's rustling up a rib-sticking lunch of the kids' favorite foods. For Bryce, Salisbury Steak in tasty gravy. For Alex, Fettuccine Alfredo, and delicious sauteed sweet Peas and Carrots for Paige. Last but not least, for Todd, Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie it is. For a fun finale everyone has to guess which dish has their name on it -- will they get it right?

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It's potluck Sunday at the church and comfort food to the max. Ree is making three great dishes that are guaranteed to be wiped out first: Comfort Meatballs, Green Bean Casserole and Red Velvet Sheet Cake With Frosting. Then it's all hands on deck at the church the next morning where the entire family turns out to help Ree get the food on the table -- and eat it.

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Ree and her mom friends (with one new baby) are celebrating the end of the school year with a girls' night at the ranch with a delicious summery menu. Ree's making Fresh Herb Pizza, a fabulous Summer Chicken Salad, adorable Cherry Cheesecake Shooters and Bellini Cocktails.

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It's Ladd's birthday and while it's business as usual on the ranch, Ree's conjuring up a fabulous birthday dinner for Ladd, the kids and Cowboy Josh with all Ladd's favorite foods: Chicken Parmigiana, Chocolate Curls with Blackberry Chip Ice Cream and Big Chocolate Birthday Cake.

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Hay season on the ranch means the family and cowboy Josh are working around the clock, so they need plenty of sustenance. Ree's delivering a well earned treat of tasty Monster Cookies. And when the work is done for the day she's whipping up a light delicious dinner of Easy Calzones With Homemade Marinara Sauce followed by a beautiful frozen Cherry and Pomegranate Sherbet, just the thing for the hungry hay haulers.

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Today Ree is celebrating all the things she loves on the ranch. On the menu are Bacon Wrapped Filet, Fancy Mac and Cheese, White Wine Spritzers for the adults, and Heavenly Cream-Filled Cupcakes.

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Ree's brother Mike is helping Ladd feed the cattle out on the prairie and Ree is making a fabulous and comforting Mexican Hot Chocolate with marshmallows for toasting over the fire. While everyone's hanging out, she makes Mike's favorite breakfast; individual Eggbert's Sunrisers with Orange Mini Muffins.

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Holiday Baking Championship

The eight bakers have to put their best cookie forward in the first two challenges of this competition. First, they'll have to make their best holiday cookie using an assigned baking tool and in the second challenge, they must use holiday ingredients to impress the judges with three different kinds of cookies.

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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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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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Ladd's mom is taking all the kids and cousins for a fun night out camping under canvass at the creek. Ree's whipping up delicious food for them to cook over the campfire in the great outdoors, like Campfire Beans, Skillet Cornbread, Smoked Sausages with Homemade BBQ Sauce. And for dessert, Campfire Banana Boats and S'mores With Variations.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha spends the day indoors, making slow-cooked comfort foods with one of her oldest and dearest friends, Gail. The perfect menu for the day starts with Rainy Day Chicken and Rice Soup and Meatloaf and ends with Sour Cream Coffee Cake.

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Chopped

Octopus attack! Given just 20 minutes to cook everyone's favorite cephalopod, the chefs scramble to get a leg up on the competition by drawing from their personal backgrounds. Then the competitors take a meat and potatoes approach to the Entrée Round when challenged to combine flake steak and granola bars. And when Japan meets Greece in the Dessert Round, the finalists find it a rocky culinary courtship. But they know that a successful food fusion marriage could unite the winner with a $10,000 check.

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For the first time, four determined grannies face off in the Chopped Kitchen. In the appetizer basket they find a favorite grandma leftover: a coffee can of bacon grease. The three feisty grandmas who make it to the entree round must make meatloaf mix work with an aptly named cocktail. And the judges can't wait to get some grandmotherly love served up with their oatmeal desserts.

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Food Truck Face Off

In Toronto, Canada, host Jesse Palmer has two intense Sell Days in store for two lucky teams vying for the keys to their dream: their very own food truck for a year! Humiliation and maneuver missteps await the teams in an overwhelming first day. In the second day, they fight to successfully hustle customers alongside the big boys of established food trucks in downtown Toronto.

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Chopped

Frog leg fest: The chefs open the first basket to find the French delicacy and some fine fungi. Then in the entree round, some little beans and big pork chops cause the competitors difficulties. And one of the finalists decides to take the cheese in the basket and use it in an ice cream. Will it work?

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Beat Bobby Flay

It's old school versus new school as experienced chef Andrew Evans battles the up and coming chef Brooke Mallory for the chance to Beat Bobby Flay. Here to spice things up are Food Network star Scott Conant and food critic Katie Lee. Who will get to go up against Bobby and who will go home?

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Beat Bobby Flay

Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Symon join forces to find a competitor to take down their fellow Iron Chef, Bobby Flay. Tensions erupt as titan Daniel Holzman dukes it out with fellow New York chef Palak Patel for a chance to show Bobby what's good in the concrete jungle.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's heading to San Diego for some favorites, old and new. In Ocean Beach, Calif., Guy's hittin' up a legendary surfer spot for some righteous burgers with an old buddy. Just up the block, the brother-owned noodle joint with fried rice, pho, a story to tell. And in North Park, Calif., an all-time favorite pizza joint gets a second look as Guy swings by for a slice.

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This trip, Guy's hittin' up some joints that'll warm the palate and the soul. In Portland, Ore., the funky neighborhood cafe cranking out comfort foods like the heartless artichoke sandwich and a curried lentil dish that hits all the right notes. In Albuquerque, N.M., a double duty brewery is serving up soul food with a New Mexico twist, like southern fried chicken and crackling cornbread. And in Kansas City, Mo., the barbecue and blues joint with a die-hard barbecue competitor dishing up regional favorites like burnt ends and battered fries and a local NASCAR hero to boot.

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Chopped

Frog leg fest: The chefs open the first basket to find the French delicacy and some fine fungi. Then in the entree round, some little beans and big pork chops cause the competitors difficulties. And one of the finalists decides to take the cheese in the basket and use it in an ice cream. Will it work?

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Beat Bobby Flay

It's old school versus new school as experienced chef Andrew Evans battles the up and coming chef Brooke Mallory for the chance to Beat Bobby Flay. Here to spice things up are Food Network star Scott Conant and food critic Katie Lee. Who will get to go up against Bobby and who will go home?

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Beat Bobby Flay

Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Symon join forces to find a competitor to take down their fellow Iron Chef, Bobby Flay. Tensions erupt as titan Daniel Holzman dukes it out with fellow New York chef Palak Patel for a chance to show Bobby what's good in the concrete jungle.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's heading to San Diego for some favorites, old and new. In Ocean Beach, Calif., Guy's hittin' up a legendary surfer spot for some righteous burgers with an old buddy. Just up the block, the brother-owned noodle joint with fried rice, pho, a story to tell. And in North Park, Calif., an all-time favorite pizza joint gets a second look as Guy swings by for a slice.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's hittin' up some joints that'll warm the palate and the soul. In Portland, Ore., the funky neighborhood cafe cranking out comfort foods like the heartless artichoke sandwich and a curried lentil dish that hits all the right notes. In Albuquerque, N.M., a double duty brewery is serving up soul food with a New Mexico twist, like southern fried chicken and crackling cornbread. And in Kansas City, Mo., the barbecue and blues joint with a die-hard barbecue competitor dishing up regional favorites like burnt ends and battered fries and a local NASCAR hero to boot.

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Food Truck Face Off

In Toronto, Canada, host Jesse Palmer has two intense Sell Days in store for two lucky teams vying for the keys to their dream: their very own food truck for a year! Humiliation and maneuver missteps await the teams in an overwhelming first day. In the second day, they fight to successfully hustle customers alongside the big boys of established food trucks in downtown Toronto.

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Ace of Cakes

This week Erika is tasked with creating an extravagant, 5-cakes-in-1 anniversary cake for Philadelphia's famed Mummers Parade, only to have gravity rain on her parade as full-blown cake-meltdown strikes. Duff is asked to throw out the first pitch at an Orioles game but has to be taught how to throw a ball first. And in a bakery first, Charm City Cakes is challenged to a duel by one of their clients. Will Geof be able to defend the bakery's honor?

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Katherine and Ben get their kicks on Route 66 as they concoct a period Airstream Diner. Lauren whips up a pacemaker cake for a cardiologist but gets too grossed out to do the research. And humidity wrecks havoc on CCC as their supersized bed cake goes into serious meltdown.

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