TV Schedule

Saturday, October 25

Sandwich King

If there's one ghoul with a passion for the freaky fun, food and sweets of Halloween, it's Jeff Mauro. And the scary good times are only fueled by the costumed excitement of his young son, Lorenzo. So Jeff heads downtown to do his homework at a place that makes a frighteningly large array of sweet cookies and delicious Halloween-themed ice cream sandwiches. He gets a lesson in some key autumn flavor combos, then heads home and gets busy with some sweet/savory Halloween combo sandwiches to feed Lorenzo and his friends before they head out to trick or treat the neighborhood. The classic flavors of a caramel apple go devilishly well with bacon in his haunted take on a Panini. Then, an eyeball-shaped ham sandwich that stares back at you and Mummy Aki Chicken Fingers straight from the tomb of King Tut will keep his little goblins fueled and focused to bring back bags stuffed with candy.

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Barbecue Addiction: Bobby's Basics

Bobby Flay creates a barbecue menu with Spanish flair featuring a Seafood Salad, Fire Roasted Baby Lamb Chops With Smoked Paprika-Orange BBQ Sauce, Grilled Portobello Salad With Hazelnut Pesto and a gorgeous Strawberry-Pink Grapefruit Sangria.

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The Best Thing I Ever Made

Food Network chefs Sunny Anderson, Jacques Torres, Susan Feniger and Eric Greenspan dig into their bag of tricks and scare up the best Halloween treats! A ghostly scene made entirely out of chocolate, caramel corn with an exotic curry twist, pancakes made with candy and Moon Pies fit for a king will make this holiday "hauntingly good."

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The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Fried Brains, Duck Tongue Tacos, a Spleen Sandwich, and BBQ Pig Tails might sound scary to some, but not to Curtis Stone, Michael Symon, Ming Tsai and others. These dishes and more are so frightfully good, they'll haunt you forever.

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Farmhouse Rules

Nancy and David are hosting a cookout. Nancy heads to town to get delicious chocolate candies for her Grilled Banana Boats dessert. They're a sweet treat that follows their dinner of Grilled Salt and Pepper Crusted Rib Eye and Garlicky Green Salad. After the cookout, the family enjoys Creamy Orange Soda Floats as they release flying lanterns into the sky.

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The Pioneer Woman

Cowboy Josh is taking Alex on as his ranch apprentice, and they're going to be ready for a stick to your ribs lunch. So Ree is fixing Supreme Pizza Burgers, a fabulous Quick Italian Salad, and frozen Fruit Pops. As a thank you to Josh, she's making his favorite chocolate dessert -- French Silk Pie to take home.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree cooks up four of her favorite tasty treats to share with the people she loves. There's Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls for Pastor Ken, sticky sweet Baklava to enjoy over coffee with Grandma Edna Mae, White Chocolate Shortbread Cookies to cookie Sunday at church and Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries as the perfect birthday gift.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Friend and fellow Okie, Ree Drummond, is coming over to make classic diner food dishes with Trisha. While they cook Chicken Fried Steak, Spinach With Bacon and Onions, Baked Macaroni and Cheese and Chocolate Pie, they share their favorite things about Oklahoma, cowboys and childhood memories of eating blue plate specials with their families.

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The Kitchen

In this Halloween episode of The Kitchen, the gang discusses a strange new food trend and Katie makes a delicious Pumpkin Roll Up. The Maniac Pumpkin Carvers teach a few carving basics and the hosts get even more creative with Pumpkin A-Ha. Plus, a supermarket fix with an eerie twist, the gang gets crafty with food and Jeff and Sunny transform Halloween candy. Geoffrey mixes up a spooky sangria and The Maniac Pumpkin Carvers reveal The Kitchen Pumpkin!

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Halloween Wars

Three remaining teams go to battle to create a Halloween display capturing an epic battle between mummies and werewolves. Special guest judge Francia Raisa will help decide which two teams will move on to the $50,000 final battle.

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Rewrapped

No need to choose between trick or treat when the chefs Recreate Halloween's favorite friend, Jelly Belly Candy Corn! In the Innovate Round, will the competitors original dishes featuring Candy Corn be ghoulish or delish? Join in for a howling good time on this episode of Rewrapped!

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Beat Bobby Flay

The Kitchen's Geoffrey Zakarian and Jeff Mauro are playing the tricks and culinary instructor James Gillespie and restaurateur Rob Maffucci are serving the treats. Only one will survive to battle Bobby in a Halloween trip into the arena.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Chef Robert visits Abudanza Ristorante in Wilbraham, Mass., and meets owner Lou, a proud man with years of restaurant and executive chef experience who is burned out from the job and the demands of caring for a sick child. Chef Robert works to address management issues and the restaurant makeover, but is so moved by Lou and his family that he leaves them with another much needed surprise.

 

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's getting into a festival of flavorful faves. In Miami, Fla., the local watering hole puttin' a unique spin on standard bar food with the loaded chimi burrito and lobster lollipops. In Sandy, Utah, the mountain town favorite scratch-makin' everything from breads to smoked meats and a creative combos like Canadian bacon and potato croquettes and white bean and steak pizza. And in Salt Lake City, the New Jersey native serving up authentic Italian family recipes like the larger than life ten ounce meatball.

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Hungry Games

Richard Blais gives the inside scoop on why we all scream for ice cream, through testing the Pavlovian power of the ice cream truck jingle, creating an addictive new flavor with ice cream guru Sam Mason and learning how expectations play into cravings with a bizarre new variety of ice cream.

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Guy's Grocery Games

With pasta out of reach, can these four chefs make a winning dish in Single Aisle Showdown? Next up, it's all-you-can-carry as the chefs grab ingredients for their barbecue feast in No Carts Allowed. And in the final twist, the two remaining chefs must make a dessert until One Ingredient Per Aisle. The winning chef makes a final run through Flavortown to win up to $20,000!

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Cutthroat Kitchen

Chefs Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Johnny Iuzzini and Damaris Phillips battle each other and sabotages such as a floating prep station, holding hands with another chef around the kitchen and having their mixing and cooking vessels replaced by lemons.

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Chopped

In the first basket, a freaky gummy and a funny mummy hit on the Halloween theme. In the second round the chefs find some awfully scary offal and some more gummy goodness. When the final round rolls around, the remaining two chefs are left spinning their gears about what to do with spider webs made with pretzels and blue cheese.

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Guy's Grocery Games

In this spooktastic Halloween episode, four chefs must create dishes that don't scare the judges! Starting off with a hearty lunch is not an easy feat when Guy shocks them with a daunting Red Light Special. In the next game, Guy tricks the chefs into making a savory treat with sweets in Single Aisle Showdown. In the final game, Guy hands the chefs his Grocery List filled with spooky items like bone marrow, blood orange and black garlic and tells them to make their best dish. Which chef will get to go on the Shopping Spree and which will be scared straight out of the grocery store?

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Food Network Challenge

Four ace pumpkin carvers have three rounds to amaze the judges with their sculpting skills. Round one is the classic Jack-o-lantern, round 2 is 3D pumpkins, and in round three the carvers must create their own pumpkin masterpiece. The winner will take home ten thousand dollars.

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Sandwich King

Jeff Mauro takes the ultimate candy-lover's road trip across America, with delicious stops at his hometown favorite, Ferarra's, for a taste of some truly iconic treats; Boston's oldest chocolatier to learn the secrets behind their delectable turtle fudge; Austin, Texas's wild and wacky Big Top Candy Shop which features more than 2,000 kinds of candy from all over the world and more! This is one sweet ride!

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Cutthroat Kitchen

In this special Halloween episode, one chef pays a heavy price for a deal with the devil. Later, a chef digs themselves out of their own grave while another does all their cooking over a hell flame.

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Food Network Specials

Don't be scared, because host Marc Summers is going door to door searching for frighteningly fun Halloween sweets.

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Sandwich King

Jeff Mauro takes the ultimate candy-lover's road trip across America, with delicious stops at his hometown favorite, Ferarra's, for a taste of some truly iconic treats; Boston's oldest chocolatier to learn the secrets behind their delectable turtle fudge; Austin, Texas's wild and wacky Big Top Candy Shop which features more than 2,000 kinds of candy from all over the world and more! This is one sweet ride!

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Cutthroat Kitchen

In this special Halloween episode, one chef pays a heavy price for a deal with the devil. Later, a chef digs themselves out of their own grave while another does all their cooking over a hell flame.

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Food Network Specials

Don't be scared, because host Marc Summers is going door to door searching for frighteningly fun Halloween sweets.

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Food Network Challenge

Four ace pumpkin carvers have three rounds to amaze the judges with their sculpting skills. Round one is the classic Jack-o-lantern, round 2 is 3D pumpkins, and in round three the carvers must create their own pumpkin masterpiece. The winner will take home ten thousand dollars.

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