TV Schedule

Sunday, February 7

Barefoot Contessa

Running a store’s no mean feat. Ina should know--she ran a deli for 20 years. When a local store manager asks her to help with a thank you meal for his staff, she says yes right away. It’s a French inspired menu of Provencal soup with spoonfuls of pungent green pistou, seafood platters with two zesty sauces sauces and for dessert–coconut madeleines--tiny morsels of light as air sponge. The party will be held right in the middle of the shop and the staff just has to set the table.

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Barefoot Contessa

Inspired by a recent trip to Florence, Ina is re-creating a fabulous Florentine feast for friends back home in East Hampton. There's a mozzarella master class with a local cheese maker; an Italian drinks tray inspired by cocktails and store-bought hors d'oeuvres sampled at the fabulous Lungarno hotel in Florence; Baked Fish in Parchment; Parmesan Polenta; and Affogato Sundaes, the easiest Italian dessert ever. Ina's guests will collect Italian wine and set the table Italian-style.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis puts her spin on traditional bar food with a fun game day menu. Sweet and Sour Pork Sliders, Sweet Potato Strings With Beet Ketchup, Beer-Battered Cremini Mushrooms and a Chocolate and Raspberry Beer Cocktail.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha shows her niece, Ashley, how to make the perfect Southern brunch. Trisha and Ashley prepare Blueberry Pancakes, Garth's Breakfast Bowl, and Apple Dumplings.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree whips up a beautiful brunch for three generations of Drummond girls. There are delicious Maple Oat Nut Scones, an incredible Cowgirl Quiche and glamorous Champagne Oranges. Then Ree's bringing the coffee shop to the country with homemade Frozen Mochas. It's fabulous fun and quality time for the ladies that brunch.

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Guy's Big Bite

Guy Fieri invites his sports-expert friend Jay Glazer over for Jay's favorite food: lamb. Guy's making Sicilian Lamb, with bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, capers and olives. To serve on the side, Guy makes a Basmati Rice Pilaf loaded up with prosciutto, garbanzo beans, sweet bell peppers, carrots and orzo. For something sweet, Jay helps Guy make Roasted Apricots topped with whipped Mascarpone cheese and chopped Pistachios.

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Valerie's Home Cooking

Football is king, but Valerie Bertinelli is queen of the halftime eats! Her family and friends are over to watch the game, so she's making Italian Slow-Cooked Beef Sandwiches served with a Giardiniera Aioli and an Italian-style fennel Cole Slaw. For dessert, she makes Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies, then turns the leftover halftime snacks into Beef and Potato Hash.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree Drummond is cooking up a celebration dinner for her husband, Ladd's, birthday. There are delicious Chili Cheese Burgers, crisp Thin Fries, a cowboy-friendly Wedge Salad with Parmesan Peppercorn Ranch dressing and a towering Yellow Cake with the Chocolate Buttercream Frosting that Ladd loves.

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Food Network Specials

Tiffani Thiessen prepares a manly meal for her husband, Brady Smith, and friends Matthew Lillard and Eric Close. She starts with the juiciest, blue cheesiest, bacon loving Ultimate Lux Burger and crispy Beer Battered French Fries. On a lighter note she's preparing a hearty, crispy Wedge Salad with homemade Ranch Dressing. Then for dessert, Salted Caramel Snickerdoodle Ice Cream Sandwiches so good it will make grown men cry.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha Yearwood invites her favorite gals over for an evening around the campfire, complete with karaoke! They enjoy Caprese Kebabs and Quinoa Corn Chowder with Shrimp, Andouille Sausage and Pepper Pouches that cook on the fire. To drink, there's a tea and lemon punch, and for dessert, Trisha makes the ultimate S'mores Bar.

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Southern at Heart

Damaris's niece and friends are visiting, so she whips up foods that kids love with sneaky tricks to get them to eat their veggies. They make Semolina and Sundried Tomato Waffles with homemade Pizza Sauce and Chocolate Chip Cherry Cast-Iron Cookies. With simple, sure-fire recipes, Damaris shows how to make special meals for the little loved ones in your family.

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Brunch @ Bobby's

Chef Bobby Flay adds a hint of American influence to French Bistro style dishes for this enticing brunch. His French-American mash up menu features Almond Croissant French Toast, Tarte Flambe With Herbed Creme Fraiche, Double Smoked Bacon and Goat Cheese, Yogurt Creme Brulee With Fresh Fruit and Granola and a Grapefruit Vesper to drink.

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The Kitchen

Escape the cold weather with Sunny Anderson's Pork Kebobs and Baked Pineapple Rice and Marcela Valladolid's Upside-Down Mango Cake. Then, the Kitchen Helpline answers viewer questions to help brighten up winter cooking routines and makeup mogul Bobbi Brown shows how to pamper yourself using pantry items. Take a sweet retreat with Jeff Mauro's Scorpion Bowl cocktail, and Caribbean chef Julius Jackson joins to make his Coconut Shrimp and Mango Sauce.

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Chopped

A surge of excitement is felt in the Chopped Kitchen when the chefs find out that every mystery basket will contain chocolate! In the first round, the chefs must figure out how to make chocolate ingredients work with pork chops. The baskets in the entree round contain beef along with dark chocolate. The two lucky, talented finalists aim to amaze the judges with their milk chocolate and graham cracker desserts.

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Chopped

The normal Chopped rounds have been replaced with chocolate, candy and cake for this special competition, featuring four pastry chefs. In the first round, the judges are drawn in as they watch the competitors make delicious chocolate dishes that include Mississippi mud pie and cherries. Then in the second round, the chefs have to incorporate something bubbly and something crispy into their candy creations. And the finalists have an hour to mix, bake and decorate cakes that contain rice and avocadoes.

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Chopped

With chocolate in every basket of this themed competition, the chefs must figure out how to make this perennial dessert favorite work in the first two, savory, courses. Then the two competitors who make it to the end must find a way to combine two chocolate ingredients with cherries and a German layer cake.

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Kids Baking Championship

The six remaining kid bakers get creative as they invent lunch box desserts. The good news? Trading items is allowed. The bad news? Carrot sticks are tough to work into a dessert!

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Worst Cooks in America

The remaining recruits must use exotic proteins to grind out some unforgettable burgers. After serving their original sliders to Chef Anne Burrell and Chef Tyler Florence, the recruits learn they must each fillet a whole cod to make homemade fish and chips.

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Guy's Grocery Games

The winners of the first four Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives throwdowns are back for the finale! First, they must dish out their best diner breakfast using a grocery list made up of emojis; then, the chefs must create the ultimate drive-in burger featuring a red light special. Finally, they must make an elevated dive bar dish using only ingredients from three aisles. The victor earns the coveted tournament trophy and a chance to more than double their winnings in an encore shopping spree!

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Guy's Grocery Games

Four chefs who are getting hitched hope to bag some much-needed cash for their wedding day, so first, they must make their sweetheart's favorite dish on a $10 budget. Next, the chefs get "cold feet" when preparing a cocktail hour appetizer from the frozen aisle. Finally, they must create a reception dinner using a grocery list featuring something old, something new, something blue, and something borrowed — from their fellow chef!

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Chopped

Four self-assured guys are lucky to get bacon as their theme, but how will these "bacon boys" do in the first round with bacon in the baskets alongside banana jam? A bacon-packed round two has the chefs wondering what to do with a weird ice cream and some lovely greens, and bacon in dessert is not a new thing anymore, but can the last two chefs create original, delicious sweet-and-salty dishes?

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Worst Cooks in America

For the last Skill Drill, Chef Anne Burrell and Chef Tyler Florence challenge the final four recruits to replicate a dish. With no help from their mentors, the recruits must rely on their taste buds and newfound skills. The trials continue when the recruits must cook a revamped version of their Day 1 signature dishes for their loved ones -- but their loved ones don't know which recruit cooked what dish and could unwittingly send their own loved one packing!

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Cutthroat Kitchen

In a special chocolate episode, one chef has to make molten chocolate cake — without chocolate! Then, two chefs have to make a savory chocolate dish with fish and eggs. Finally, one chef has to work a shift on Alton Brown's chocolate conveyor belt.

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Chopped

Four self-assured guys are lucky to get bacon as their theme, but how will these "bacon boys" do in the first round with bacon in the baskets alongside banana jam? A bacon-packed round two has the chefs wondering what to do with a weird ice cream and some lovely greens, and bacon in dessert is not a new thing anymore, but can the last two chefs create original, delicious sweet-and-salty dishes?

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Worst Cooks in America

For the last Skill Drill, Chef Anne Burrell and Chef Tyler Florence challenge the final four recruits to replicate a dish. With no help from their mentors, the recruits must rely on their taste buds and newfound skills. The trials continue when the recruits must cook a revamped version of their Day 1 signature dishes for their loved ones -- but their loved ones don't know which recruit cooked what dish and could unwittingly send their own loved one packing!

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Cutthroat Kitchen

In a special chocolate episode, one chef has to make molten chocolate cake — without chocolate! Then, two chefs have to make a savory chocolate dish with fish and eggs. Finally, one chef has to work a shift on Alton Brown's chocolate conveyor belt.

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Guy's Grocery Games

Four chefs who are getting hitched hope to bag some much-needed cash for their wedding day, so first, they must make their sweetheart's favorite dish on a $10 budget. Next, the chefs get "cold feet" when preparing a cocktail hour appetizer from the frozen aisle. Finally, they must create a reception dinner using a grocery list featuring something old, something new, something blue, and something borrowed — from their fellow chef!

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