TV Schedule

Saturday, August 30

Sandwich King

Jeff's starting off his wreck on a roll menu with a smoky BBQ Rib Burger smothered in a pineapple chipotle barbecue sauce and serving it up on cheesy garlic bread. Next up is a Garbage Salad With a Champagne Vinaigrette topped off sweet pepperoncini. And for dessert it's a Wreck in a Glass with all the fixin's; chocolate chip cookies, cereal, pretzels and chocolate candies — it doesn't get sweeter than this!

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Guy's Big Bite

Guy's got dreams to remember, and since they're always about food, this one's a Midsummer Night's BBQ Dream he's made reality with a menu that's easy, and eclectic. Blackberry Jalapeno Glazed Pork Tenderloin, Summer Veggie Kabobs, and an Easy to Gobble Cobbler make up the perfect summer sit-down.

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The Best Thing I Ever Made

Whether you're a steak, ribs, lamb or down home meatloaf fan, there's something for everyone in this meat packed show. Your mouth will water when expert chefs Alton Brown, Aaron Sanchez, Susan Feniger and G. Garvin carve up "The Best Thing I Ever Made ... Meat Lovers!"

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The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Claire Robinson, Ted Allen, Ming Tsai, Alton Brown and others are fired up about their favorite SMOKY dishes - from fresh oysters smoked with tea leaves to hickory smoked turkey, classic smoked pork ribs to sashimi smoked in a way you've never seen before. Hot smoked, cold smoked or wood smoked, one thing is certain...these dishes and more are smokin' good!

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Farmhouse Rules

Nancy is having three special mothers over to celebrate Mother's Day. Nancy heads to a local maple tree farm for a delicious and fresh maple syrup for their breakfast of Buttermilk Pancakes With Blueberry Syrup; Sausage, Spinach and Potato Breakfast Tart; Citrus Salad With Pistachios and Honey Vinaigrette and Bloody Marias With Bacon Wrapped Cornichons.

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The Pioneer Woman

With the boys away, it's quality time for the cowgirls! There's a beautiful veggie-packed Pasta Primavera for dinner, before it's time to get back to the real world; the guys are coming home, so dinner is a Drummond crowd-pleaser that's loved by cowboys and cowgirls alike, Perfect Bacon Cheeseburgers and Perfect French Fries.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree and her best friend are throwing a poolside girls' get-together. Hyacinth's hosting and Ree's taking on all the cookout favorites, but making them inside! There's sticky Oven Roasted Barbecue Chicken Thighs, Grilled Vegetables with Cilantro-Yogurt Dressing, Spicy Pasta Salad with Smoked Gouda, Tomatoes and Basil and for dessert, Vanilla Ice Cream with Peach Syrup.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha is getting a barbecue lesson from John Cash, 'cue master and owner of her favorite local BBQ joint. Afterwards, Trisha heads back home to test some of her newfound skills on one of her own Brisket recipes. John joins her later to taste all she's cooked up, including Unfried Pickles With Ranch Dressing, Cooked-to-Death Green Beans and Blackberry Cobbler.

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The Kitchen

It's all about barbecue and grilling today on The Kitchen, starting off with incredible Dino ribs and great cuts of pork for the grill. There are new tasty twists on sides and HGTV's Kitchen Cousins stop by. Jeff shows how easy it is to smoke on the grill and GZ makes a delicious bourbon cocktail.

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Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off

This week, the kids are challenged on their knowledge of ingredients. In the Mini Challenge, they must decipher ingredients while blindfolded. Then, it's a Chopped-style Main Challenge, where a video message from Ted Allen introduces their head-to-head Mystery Basket challenge, judged by Chopped judge and Iron Chef, Alex Guarnaschelli!

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Beat Bobby Flay

The arena is on fire as Jersey's Carlos Serrano and L.A.'s Rina Younan battle it out in Bobby's house and things nearly go up in flames when the chefs start to improvise. Thankfully, Food Network's Alton Brown and TV personality Daphne Oz ring the alarm to find who they think is the best contender to try and smoke Bobby Flay in the competition.

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Beat Bobby Flay

Georgia "chefarmer" Matthew Raiford and Boston chef Karen Akunowicz compete for their chance to take on New York's own Bobby Flay. Battle savvy special guests, Iron Chef Michael Symon and food expert Simon Majumdar, dish out their advice to Beat Bobby Flay at his own game.

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Restaurant: Impossible

When Chef Robert Irvine talks to the staff at Country Cow Restaurant and Bar in Campton, N.H., he hears horror stories of the co-owners, a divorced couple, throwing pans in the kitchen and cursing throughout the dining room. But everyone is on their best behavior when Robert shows up, forcing Robert to consult the behind-the-scenes footage to uncover all the problems that needed to be fixed.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's rolling up to some joints pullin' out all the stops. In New York's East Village, the neighborhood spot plating up a standout burger worthy of a four star review. In Eureka, Calif., the popular hangout servin' up all kinds of local favorites fired up in the righteous oven, from roasted oysters to wild mushroom cobbler. And in Ridgewood, N.Y., the rocking Vietnamese joint in an obscure industrial park kickin' out authentic dishes like banh xeo and suon nuong xa.

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Eating America with Anthony Anderson

Anthony Anderson joins the rib enthusiasts who devour 50,000 pounds of pork on the streets of Chicago during the city's annual Ribfest. He checks out the world-ranked competitors at the rib eating contest and challenges a fest-goer to balloon darts, before finding out the winner of the People's Choice and critic's Best Ribs titles.

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Guy's Grocery Games

On this episode of Guy's Grocery Games, it's the mother of all shows, when four devoted moms and talented chefs battle in a game where they can only cook with ingredients that start with the same letter. In the second game, the moms must make brunch for four on a budget. The two remaining chefs are thrown for a loop when preparing a guilty pleasure.

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The Great Food Truck Race

Tyler greets the teams in Tucson, Ariz., where they must come up with a creative marketing campaign. Later, they must put their twists on a local hot dog favorite, with the top sellers winning bonus cash. The next day, the teams must create and perform a catchy jingle at the Tucson Folk Music Festival.

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Chopped

Four distinct groups of champs will return to the Chopped Kitchen: professionals, amateurs, heroes and celebrities, all leading up to a grand finale where one chef will seize the biggest prize in Chopped history: $50,000 and a new car! In this initial battle, four stellar professionals fight to see who will represent the pros in the finale. They have to wrangle and cook eels and figure out what to do with a super salty veggie for their appetizers. Then in the entree round, the champs have to work with a bird and a soda. And a special cheese and a creepy chocolate item appear in the dessert basket.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's grubbin' at some popular hangouts. In St. Louis, the classic British pub cooking up gourmet grilled cheese and a porchetta masterpiece. In Kill Devil Hills, N.C., the brewing station serving righteous shrimp and grits alongside craft made beers. And in Cranston, R.I., the corner spot dishin' out the pasta loaded with little neck clams.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's steppin' into some family kitchens. In Vancouver, British Columbia, the Chinese joint hand-pulling noodles and using ages-old family recipes for dishes like beef rolls. In Virginia Beach, Va., the whole gang's chipping in to crank out coastal classics like barbecued fish tacos. And in Brooklyn, N.Y., a team of brothers kick traditional bar food up a notch with their homemade brandade with escabeche and a unique Cuban sandwich.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef gets their hands dirty when they dig up all of their ingredients from a wacky vegetable garden — that grows anything but vegetables. Then one chef gets punished for trying to "phone it in" during a pizza challenge.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

A cocky chef is thrown under the culinary bus when an old breakfast buffet replaces his gourmet basket. Then one chef scratches her head trying to cook an authentic Pasta Bolognese in an Italian espresso pot. Finally, someone loses their milk products in exchange for a cow while making tres leches cake.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef is forced to perform a balancing act while they cook chicken pot pie. A childhood rhyme turns into one chef's nightmare and one chef must spring into action to save their cheesecake.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

The tables are turned in this special "judges compete" episode of Cutthroat Kitchen. Someone's tortillas are shredded to make taquitos. Then, two chefs are forced to purchase tickets to a meatball lottery. Finally, we see how easy it is for these chefs to cook with one hand literally tied behind their back.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

A cocky chef is thrown under the culinary bus when an old breakfast buffet replaces his gourmet basket. Then one chef scratches her head trying to cook an authentic Pasta Bolognese in an Italian espresso pot. Finally, someone loses their milk products in exchange for a cow while making tres leches cake.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef is forced to perform a balancing act while they cook chicken pot pie. A childhood rhyme turns into one chef's nightmare and one chef must spring into action to save their cheesecake.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

The tables are turned in this special "judges compete" episode of Cutthroat Kitchen. Someone's tortillas are shredded to make taquitos. Then, two chefs are forced to purchase tickets to a meatball lottery. Finally, we see how easy it is for these chefs to cook with one hand literally tied behind their back.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef gets their hands dirty when they dig up all of their ingredients from a wacky vegetable garden — that grows anything but vegetables. Then one chef gets punished for trying to "phone it in" during a pizza challenge.

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