TV Schedule

Thursday, July 24

Emeril tours some of the best restaurants in South Walton County in Florida's Panhandle.

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Food Network Challenge

Four cake designers create cake masterpieces inspired by the LEGO toy universe. But if the competitors want the $10,000 prize, they're going to have to overcome some surprise obstacles that are anything but child's play.

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Cupcake Wars

Four returning cupcake bakers, who have previously gone home empty-handed, go to war for the chance to bring their cupcakes to a huge event honoring the 60th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's hand prints at the world-famous TCL Chinese Theater. They'll have to impress guest judge Nick Woodhouse, President of Marilyn Monroe's estate, if they want to walk away with $10,000.

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The Pioneer Woman

School's in at the lodge where it's homeschool Co-Op day. The night before Ree gets ahead with Strawberry Oatmeal Bars. The next day, up at the lodge, they're joined by the other moms and kids where Strawberry Jam is the first period in a cool lesson mixing science and cooking, followed by a nature trail around the ranch while Ree makes lunch for the hungry kids -- Broccoli Cheese Soup on hollowed out bread bowls.

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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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Semi-Homemade Cooking

Sandra is preparing a light dinner for her book club gathering including a layered Crab Salad, Roasted Chile Guacamole, a Pesto Chicken Panini and a Banana Chocolate Chip Cake.

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Ten Dollar Dinners

Melissa has a meal that is as healthy as it is delicious, and satisfying to boot. Follow her to the French countryside as she makes a hearty White Bean and Tuna Nicoise Bread Salad; it's a satisfying match for bowls of her freshly made soup, all for under $10.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Chef Anne Burrell takes your tastebuds on a flavor journey to Germany. With just a few of Chef Anne's easy tips, you will be cutting into restaurant-worthy Veal Chop Holstein Schnitzel, in the comfort of your own home! Brightly flavored German Potato Salad makes a winning side dish, and a cool glass of GRUNER Gruner Veltliner wine makes all the flavors pop.

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30 Minute Meals

TV dinner gets overhauled. Salisbury steak; mashed potatoes and parsnips and cress

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Giada at Home

Giada prepares a fun and festive menu for an outdoor California-Style Barbecue. The menu incorporates Todd's favorite foods ... it's All-American, but it incorporates fresh ingredients and inventive flavors. Giada makes Mini Italian Pub Burgers, Beer-Battered Apple and Onion Rings and Spicy Chocolate Milkshakes.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis's grandmother kept a recipe journal that contains family recipes and De Laurentiis cooking secrets, written in her own hand. She passed this journal down to her daughter Raffy who, in turn, passed it down to Giada. Giada and Raffy spend an afternoon in the kitchen re-creating some of these amazing family dishes.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina gives us the low-down on how to throw the perfect breakfast party with recipes for Buttermilk cheddar biscuits and strawberry jam, a fun cocktail called juice of a few flowers and soft herbed scrambled eggs.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's good friend Dick Baxter restores listed buildings in East Hampton in exchange for a tour around the sights. Ina makes lunch on the porch for his team of builders. To keep these builders strong Ina makes Mini Meatloaves, Buttercream Mashed Potatoes, Brussels sprouts and lardons, and Brownie Pie.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree's swapping kids for a sleepover with her best friend Hyacinth. The girls go to Hyacinth's and the boys come to Ree's where it's a boy friendly breakfast for dinner, with Sausage Pancakes on Sticks with Tater Tots and Purple Monster Smoothies and after an early morning working with Ladd on the ranch there's dinner for breakfast, with Biscuits, Steak Bites, Perfect Fried Eggs and Frozen Fruit Cups.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha has the whole family over for a classic southern Fish Fry in her backyard. Trisha prepares Pete's Catfish with must have sides of Mama's Cornmeal Hushpuppies, Home-Style French Fries and Fourth of July Coleslaw. To finish off the meal, Peach Cobbler With Homemade Whipped Cream.

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Chopped

The chefs' first challenge is to see what they can do with a very earthy first basket, including chia seeds and dandelion greens. Then in the entree round, tempeh is the tempting center of every plate. And the two finalists get a local sweetener and a fresh berry from which to make delicious desserts.

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Food Network Star

As Las Vegas is all about one-of-a-kind experiences, the finalists are divided into two teams, and each must create a memorable dining experience for the Selection Committee along with special guest Penn Jillette. The team voted least successful lands in the bottom three.

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Chopped

All leftovers in the baskets today, and some of the chefs are not happy to hear the news. In the first round the competitors must work with what is left in a casserole dish and at the bottom of a takeout bag. The second round has the chefs wondering what to do with something soggy and something sweet. In the final round — featuring a leftover party beverage — one chef beats the other to the ice cream machine, leaving his competitor scrambling for a new plan.

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Chopped

Intensity and energy abound in the second competition of the Teen Tournament! Cleaning shrimp and slicing jalapenos are the first order of business in the appetizer round. The teen chefs have to hop to it when they find out they have to cook frog leg entrees. And in the dessert round, an iconic New York cookie must be combined with a popular nut.

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Chopped

The chefs receive calves' livers and ranch dressing in the first round, and the judges watch as four appetizers come together in 20 minutes. Then in the entree round, a small bird and a citrusy spice make for an interesting combination. And will hot sauce be a hit in the finalists' desserts?

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri rolls out for medium rare done right. In San Francisco, a dive bar cranking out high-end, homemade dishes like apricot relish on a double pork chop; in Cambridge, Mass., a Harvard Square institution serving burgers piled high; and in Kemah, Texas, a meat market turned restaurant grilling up great house-cut steaks.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy rolls in for food done fresh and a little different. In San Francisco, one of Guy Fieri's favorite ocean-side spots serving up fresh Dungeness crab. In Reno, Nev., the neighborhood cafe doing scratch made granola. And in Charlotte, N.C., whole turkeys ... not roasted, but boiled.

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Chopped

Intensity and energy abound in the second competition of the Teen Tournament! Cleaning shrimp and slicing jalapenos are the first order of business in the appetizer round. The teen chefs have to hop to it when they find out they have to cook frog leg entrees. And in the dessert round, an iconic New York cookie must be combined with a popular nut.

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Chopped

The chefs receive calves' livers and ranch dressing in the first round, and the judges watch as four appetizers come together in 20 minutes. Then in the entree round, a small bird and a citrusy spice make for an interesting combination. And will hot sauce be a hit in the finalists' desserts?

More from Chopped

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri rolls out for medium rare done right. In San Francisco, a dive bar cranking out high-end, homemade dishes like apricot relish on a double pork chop; in Cambridge, Mass., a Harvard Square institution serving burgers piled high; and in Kemah, Texas, a meat market turned restaurant grilling up great house-cut steaks.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy rolls in for food done fresh and a little different. In San Francisco, one of Guy Fieri's favorite ocean-side spots serving up fresh Dungeness crab. In Reno, Nev., the neighborhood cafe doing scratch made granola. And in Charlotte, N.C., whole turkeys ... not roasted, but boiled.

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Chopped

All leftovers in the baskets today, and some of the chefs are not happy to hear the news. In the first round the competitors must work with what is left in a casserole dish and at the bottom of a takeout bag. The second round has the chefs wondering what to do with something soggy and something sweet. In the final round — featuring a leftover party beverage — one chef beats the other to the ice cream machine, leaving his competitor scrambling for a new plan.

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Ace of Cakes

Is the economic fate of the nation in the hands of a man who doesn't own a tie? It might be, when Duff is commissioned to do a cake modeled after the New York Stock Exchange AND the chef himself gets to ring the opening bell! Plus, Duff is honored to deliver a whisky celebration cake to the legendary James Beard House where he rubs elbows with the foodie elite and gets a peek at the world famous Beard kitchen.

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Ace of Cakes

Chef Duff helps a romantic firefighter find a very memorable way to propose. Then he lets Joe tag along for a taste of big city life as he prepares a dessert buffet for a high end New York PR firm celebrating Christmas in July. At the bakery, Duff and the CCC staff revision themselves as silent movie comedy stars!

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