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Tuesday, March 31

Barbecue Addiction: Bobby's Basics

Bobby Flay celebrates the flavors of his favorite American region with this Southwestern-style barbecue featuring dishes like Spice Rubbed Bison Short Ribs with an Orange-Honey-Chipotle BBQ Sauce, Grilled Fish Tacos, Creamed Corn Succotash and Tequila Sangria.

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Alex's Day Off

For a dish that really screams spring, Alex plans a succulent lamb stew with earthy and fresh parsnips - the first vegetables of the spring season. Alex serves it with a bright and crisp pea salad drizzled with a tangy vinaigrette. Plus, whole cherries sautéed in grappa and dusted with cinnamon.

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Down Home with the Neelys

The Neelys are celebrating the wonder of Spring with succulent seasonal foods! First, they're making tender, Minted Lamb Kabobs. Then, it's a Spring Risotto with bright green, crisp asparagus and peas. Next, what 'Spring Fling' would be complete without sweet strawberries? They're making, Spinach Salad w/Strawberry Vinaigrette. Finally, a fresh dessert with a kick, it's Mango Sorbet with Berry Chili Sauce. This is one 'Spring Fling' you won't want to miss!

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Cupcake Wars

Four cupcake makers are going to have to pull out all their baking tricks if they want to win the chance to have their cupcakes center court at a huge fan event for the world famous Harlem Globetrotters. Globetrotter Herbert "Flight Time" Lang serves as the guest judge.

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Chopped

Never give up! In the midst of preparing her trout appetizer, a feisty chef faces a big set back. Then in the entrée round, the competitors have a heck of a time cooking deckle of beef, and one chef's behavior brings up safety concerns. Then fighting it out for all the marbles, the two finalists find marble-sized coconuts in the dessert basket. Will they know what to do with coquitos?

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The Pioneer Woman

It's desserts all the way on the ranch where Ree's had an epic day ramping up dessert recipes on her blog and now she's sharing her treats in a series of sweet deliveries: There's Marshmallow Pops for a sleepover treat, Lime Coconut Butter Cookies for her step mom and Chocolate Devils for the chocoholics in her life. Ree's deliveries couldn't get sweeter.

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Barefoot Contessa

It's back to basics on ramping up flavor with herbs. Fantastic recipes, simple herb tricks to turn up the volume and herb gardens to visit to be inspired by.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

You've brined turkey, now try ham! Anne shows how easy it is to brine a fresh ham at home. Serve with Braised Baby Artichokes and Five Bean Salad for a fresh menu fit for a Easter or any spring fling.

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30 Minute Meals

An American Classic gets an exotic 30 minute makeover. Lamb Burgers with Garlic Yogurt Sauce and Pita; Tabouleh Salad with Nuts.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis creates a delicious lunch for Jade and her friends after a fun dance lesson at home. The kids bust a few moves then enjoy a spin on some traditional kid favorites like Sweet Apple Pops, Cheesy Muffin Pizzas and Carrot Fries with Lemon-Mint Dip.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis creates a perfect meal for her friends that celebrates the flavors of springtime. The light and healthy recipes include Linguine with Shrimp, Asparagus and Cherry Tomatoes; Fennel, Radish and Chive Salad; and a refreshing Peach, Raspberry and Lime Sangria.

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Barefoot Contessa

Dinner on day one of Ina and Jeffrey's California trip is Chicken With Wild Mushrooms and Green Salad and Napa Vinaigrette. The fun continues with an invitation to cook Baked Goat Cheese at Sinskey's Vineyard. Then, it's a casual Napa-style supper with Jeffrey's Grilled Pork Chops served with Green Beans Gremolata.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's husbands heading out of town and she's got a plan. With recipes for fabulous breakfast of Roasted Asparagus with Scrambled Eggs, plus Frozen Pineapple Margaritas, Mexican Chicken Soup, Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread a delicious Chocolate Orange Fondue.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree's spreading out a pickup picnic for the family and cowboys working on a bunch of spring calves. The hearty tailgate has Spicy Roasted Chicken Legs, the classic Cowboy Bacon Beans, Deviled Eggs and Mocha Brownies with a thick, delicious frosting for dessert.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha and her friend Glenda are having a "Tea Party for Two," combining Glenda's love of a good theme party and Trisha's love of all things miniature. They'll enjoy bite-sized and individually portioned Creamy Asparagus Soup, Mini Egg Salad Sandwiches, Mini Stuffed Peppers and Mini Monkey Bread Muffins, all served on miniature dishware!

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Chopped

A pink candy surprise in the appetizer basket prompts the chefs to make some very creative choices. Then in the entree round, the chefs have to hop to it with a chocolate bunny and an imposing cut of meat as ingredients. A sweet baked good seems like a good start for some delicious desserts, but will the chefs' final dishes be inventive enough to impress the judges?

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Chopped

The chefs open the appetizer basket and find exciting ingredients from Mexico, including pigs' feet and tres leches cake. Then the chefs are presented with a second basket of surprises from South of the Border, including goat chops. And one chef sees the chance of a carefree round literally go up in flames when a pan gets much too hot. Nothing is yucky about yucca and coconuts. But when one of the finalists runs into all sorts of trouble getting through the round, will the judges like the end results?

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Chopped

The chefs are surprised to discover a decadent sweet creation along with every basket. In the first round a towering cake threatens to topple the chefs' chances at producing perfect plates. Then in the second round, a very colorful dessert ingredient makes for a very stressful challenge. And the two lucky competitors who make it to the last round are happy to see a fabulously chocolatey treat -- a sweet surprise that may finally work in their favor.

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Chopped

Guest judge Andrew Zimmern is on hand in this competition filled with bizarre surprises in all the baskets. The chefs have to contend with an offbeat ice cream flavor and an unusual meat in the appetizer round. In the entree round, a shocking-looking protein must be combined with a pink veggie. And the dessert basket contains some odd eggs and a peculiar Turkish treat.

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Chopped

It's a great fake out, when all the basket ingredients are in disguise. Everyone should taste the "chicken wings" in the first basket, which are a secretly sweet item. The "cake" in the second round and "tomato soup" in the dessert basket also require a close inspection. The duplicitous ingredients lead to trouble for all and even more potential for trickery lurks in the pantry.

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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

Guest judge Andrew Zimmern is on hand in this competition filled with bizarre surprises in all the baskets. The chefs have to contend with an offbeat ice cream flavor and an unusual meat in the appetizer round. In the entree round, a shocking-looking protein must be combined with a pink veggie. And the dessert basket contains some odd eggs and a peculiar Turkish treat.

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Chopped

It's a great fake out, when all the basket ingredients are in disguise. Everyone should taste the "chicken wings" in the first basket, which are a secretly sweet item. The "cake" in the second round and "tomato soup" in the dessert basket also require a close inspection. The duplicitous ingredients lead to trouble for all and even more potential for trickery lurks in the pantry.

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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

The chefs are surprised to discover a decadent sweet creation along with every basket. In the first round a towering cake threatens to topple the chefs' chances at producing perfect plates. Then in the second round, a very colorful dessert ingredient makes for a very stressful challenge. And the two lucky competitors who make it to the last round are happy to see a fabulously chocolatey treat -- a sweet surprise that may finally work in their favor.

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Restaurant Stakeout

Willie steps in to help Anna Maria, chef and owner of Anna Maria's Italian Restaurant in Larchmont, N.Y. While her food gets raves, her restaurant has developed a reputation for nickel-and-diming the customer and it's driving business out the door. If Willie can't solve the service problems, Anna Maria's dream of running her own restaurant is destined to become a nightmare.

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