TV Schedule

Tuesday, October 21

Barbecue Addiction: Bobby's Basics

Bobby gets his groove on as he dazzles us with some Cuban barbecue classics with a twist. Cuban Pulled Pork Tacos with Guava Glaze and a Sour Orange Red Cabbage Jicama Slaw are just for starters! A beautiful Tirado de Mahi Mahi is center stage, but save room for his not-to-be-missed Cuban Skirt Steak with a Tomato Escabeche and Mango Steak Sauce.

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Cooking for Real

Sunny Anderson spruces up the other white meat with warm spices and a super stuffing. Her Pumpkin Spice-Rubbed Pork Loin with Plaintain Stuffing boasts impressive flavor, yet is easy enough for a weeknight. Sauteed Tomatillos with Sunny's Cilantro Vinaigrette brings a touch of acidity to the table, as does a glass of Pinot Noir WINE.

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Down Home with the Neelys

Get ready to wrap yourself in a warm food blanket of Cozy Comfort! The Neelys are in the kitchen concocting a menu that's sure to satisfy the coldest of fish. First, they're making a main dish that's dressed to impress, Roast Lamb Chops with a Parmesan Panko breading that's to die for. Then it's two sides packed full of flavor, a Cheesy Cauliflower and Parsnip Gratin and scrumptious smokey Braised Mixed Greens. Finally, it's the Southern dessert belles of Tennessee, singing as sweetly as nectar, the hummingbird cupcakes. This is one meal that will fill you up with Cozy Comfort all day long!

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Cupcake Wars

Four cupcake bakers fight to win over the master of horror himself, Rob Zombie. The winner's vegan cupcakes will be the centerpiece of the grand opening of Rob Zombie's latest venture, a month-long haunted music attraction called the Great American Nightmare. It all begins with the high-stakes taste challenge, where the bakers must create a delicious cupcake out of foods so spicy they're rumored to cause nightmares!

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The Pioneer Woman

With the family away for the weekend, Ree can cook and eat all the food she really loves. She starts with a fresh and fabulous Gazpacho for lunch. After a few ranch chores there's indulgent Pasta With Pancetta and Leeks. The next day, with time ticking away, Ree whips up a real spicy favorite, Lazy Chiles Rellenos. There's time for one last treat, beautiful Bruschetta, before the crew arrive home and it's back to cowboy cooking.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina makes the perfect Tex-Mex meal with the help of her friend Devon Fredericks and her Award-Winning Chili recipe. Plus she has the perfect Tex-Mex table setting and fantastic chili side ideas, like Tequila Lime Chicken, Guacamole, La Fondita Fish Tacos and Pink Grapefruit Margaritas. Then Ina is answering everyone's questions on Tex-Mex food.

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Sandra's Money Saving Meals

Sandra Lee shows off one of her favorite kitchen money savers...the slow cooker! This episode features money saving recipes for Irish Pub Corned Beef, Pot Roast with Roasted Root Vegetables and a slow-cooker dessert that is out of this world: Banana Spice Cake with Choc. Whipped Cream! And Sandra's Round 2 Recipes, which use the extras from her featured dishes, are another great way to save money. This episode features a great 'R2R' for Roasted Root Vegetable Pasta Salad and an online R2R for Southwest Beef & Beans available only at foodnetwork.com/round2recipes, plus the money saving kitchen tips that you just won't find anywhere else.

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Ten Dollar Dinners

Melissa's down-home menu starts with Chicken and Biscuits, tender chicken thighs simmered in a rich bacon gravy, served over super-quick Sour Cream Garlic Biscuits. On the side, Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad livens up the plate with fresh flavor, crunchy texture, and creamy Dijon dressing.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Chef Anne Burrell proves that with a few simple tricks and good-quality ingredients, a special occasion meal can be a cinch to prepare. Cornish Game Hens with Pomegranate Molasses are elegant single-serve birds that roast until beautifully golden and juicy. The flavors are perfectly complemented by Israeli Couscous, brimming with toasted sliced almonds, fresh pomegranate seeds, and diced dried apricots. For dessert, Apple Brown Butter Tarte is especially flavorful with a buttery crust, vanilla custard filling, and brandy-flambéed apples.

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30 Minute Meals

An easy and eye-catching Indian meal on a skewer...can't beat that with a stick! Grilled Ground Meat Kabobs with Mint and Cilantro; Curried Red Lentil Salad.

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Giada at Home

Giada prepares a menu that will help viewers stick to their New Year's Resolution to follow a healthy diet.

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Giada at Home

Giada invites someone she admires over for a casual lunch. Apollonia Poilane, the owner of Poilane bakery in Paris stops by to enjoy a French inspired menu.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina goes back to basics on cooking with rice and has incredible recipes for sweet and savory rice dishes. From a Shrimp and Sausage Jambalaya master class from her friend Amelia Durand to the classic rice pudding with the volume turned up, in Maple Pecan Rice Pudding. Then, Ina tackles everyone's rice problems in Ask Ina.

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Barefoot Contessa

It's back to basics on comfort food for company. If you are having people over for dinner the shortcut to making them feel right at home is to serve comfort food. It's warming, delicious, totally unexpected, and always works. Ina makes a comfort dinner to go for a friend who is renovating her kitchen. On the menu: Company Pot Roast and Baked Potatoes With Yogurt and Sour Cream Dressing. This is comfort food for company with the volume turned up.

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The Pioneer Woman

Sometimes you just can't spend an hour making dinner! Ree has a super fast sampler of meals direct from the prairie that are on the table in sixteen minutes flat, including Chicken Quesadillas, Beef With Snow Peas and Chicken Florentine Pasta.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha and her band have booked a gig at a historic venue in Trisha's hometown and she's decided to make them all a surprise dinner before the show. Her bandmates Steve and Heather come over to help her cook a comforting crowd-friendly meal of Slow Cooker Stout Beef Stew, Lettuce Wedge With Blue Cheese Dressing and Texas Sheet Cake With Chocolate Ganache. After they're finished cooking, they load up the car and transport the meal to the venue.

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Chopped

It's Halloween! The chefs step bravely into the first round and find candy and ... chicken feet! But it turns into a "nail-biter" at the Chopping Block when the judges discover claws in their appetizers. Then more sweets and uncommon meats in the entree round keep the competitors cooking creatively. And in the last round, the chefs must adjust their plans when their dreams of perfect desserts threaten to turn into Halloween nightmares.

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Chopped

Time to shake things up in a big/small way as the chefs find out that this competition has a tapas theme. In the first round, the baskets contain some beautiful Spanish ingredients, including gazpacho. In the entree round, one chef makes an alarming choice after accidentally starting a small fire. And the two competitors who move on to the dessert round, featuring catalan creme, try to make mini creations bursting with flavor.

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Chopped

The chefs open up the first baskets to find falafel mix and date paste, among the four appetizer ingredients. Then in the entree round, the chefs must work with a fish that is new to them. And the chefs get cookies in the dessert round that they are hesitant to transform.

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Chopped

The chefs set out to utilize ramen in a creative way in their appetizer dishes. Then in the entree round, an offal surprise in the baskets is a source of jokes for the judges and stress for the competitors. And a New England treat in the dessert basket might make the final two chefs shout for joy. But can they combine it successfully with the other three ingredients in the basket?

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Chopped

The chefs are alarmed to see one of the ingredients in the appetizer basket staring back at them. Yet, that "heady" ingredient is not the challenging item for some of the competitors. Then in the entree round, one chef finds himself unexpectedly playing with fire, creating a dangerous situation. In the end, two finalists must find a way to combine yellow rice and persimmon.

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Chopped

The chefs open up the first baskets to find falafel mix and date paste, among the four appetizer ingredients. Then in the entree round, the chefs must work with a fish that is new to them. And the chefs get cookies in the dessert round that they are hesitant to transform.

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Chopped

The chefs set out to utilize ramen in a creative way in their appetizer dishes. Then in the entree round, an offal surprise in the baskets is a source of jokes for the judges and stress for the competitors. And a New England treat in the dessert basket might make the final two chefs shout for joy. But can they combine it successfully with the other three ingredients in the basket?

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Chopped

The chefs are alarmed to see one of the ingredients in the appetizer basket staring back at them. Yet, that "heady" ingredient is not the challenging item for some of the competitors. Then in the entree round, one chef finds himself unexpectedly playing with fire, creating a dangerous situation. In the end, two finalists must find a way to combine yellow rice and persimmon.

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Chopped

Time to shake things up in a big/small way as the chefs find out that this competition has a tapas theme. In the first round, the baskets contain some beautiful Spanish ingredients, including gazpacho. In the entree round, one chef makes an alarming choice after accidentally starting a small fire. And the two competitors who move on to the dessert round, featuring catalan creme, try to make mini creations bursting with flavor.

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Sweet Genius

The chefs are aflutter with excitement when the fluttering inspiration for the first test is revealed: butterflies! On a wing and a prayer, the chefs try to create amazing frozen desserts with candied ginger and squid ink as mandatory ingredients. Then the remaining chefs' Desserts I.Q.'s are tested with a baked desserts competition, featuring a luminescent inspiration and a gelatinous ingredient. And during the final face-off, the two chefs left must create chocolate desserts inspired by a favorite childhood amusement and including a fowl ingredient. When they present their last desserts, will they feel like sitting ducks before Chef Ron Ben-Israel?

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