TV Schedule

Thursday, February 11

Barbecue Addiction: Bobby's Basics

It is the song of the islands as Bobby Flay brings the flavors and spices of the Caribbean to the grill. He conjures up the warm breezes by searing a Coconut Marinated Pork Tenderloin, and topping it with a fresh and spicy herb sauce; then breaks out the hot and savory island seasonings for some lip-tingling Smoked Jerk Chicken Wings with a sweet and sour Honey-Tamarind Dipping Sauce. Since the Caribbean is also famous for its azure waters, we dive into some beautiful seafood by way of Bobby's tart and refreshing Ceviche with Serrano Chiles, Mango, Smoked Tomatoes & Crispy Plantain Chips. No trip to the beach would be complete without an icy glass of Tropical Sangria, it will get you ready for the limbo in no time.

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Rachael Ray's Week in a Day

A fiery feast to satisfy spicy food fans. Red Eye Chili; Jalapeno Chermoula With Penne and Flaked Fish; Meatless Taco Salad; Indian Curried Chili Oven Fries; Hot and Sticky Noodle Bowls With Chicken, Chilies and Green Beans

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Cupcake Wars

Expect lots of twists and turns in the kitchen when four cupcake makers face off to for the chance to be featured at an exclusive cast and crew party celebrating the 10,000th episode of the classic soap, The Young and the Restless.

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Chopped

Tune in when a box of macaroni and cheese appears in the appetizer basket, cola in the entree category and bacon for dessert?

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The Pioneer Woman

In the Drummond household, football reigns supreme. The day starts with Everything Cookies for the sporty family. While Coach Ladd and his quarterback, Bryce, play ball, Ree makes a dinner of Beef and Bean Burritos and Jumbo Pico Salad for her hungry athletes. The next morning, Ree packs the family off with hearty Breakfast of Champions Sandwiches before the girls and boys set off for their separate matches.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina is going to be away for the night so she's cooking Jeffrey a great supper and breakfast to keep him well-fed in her absence. She suspects he’ll skip the main course and go straight for the ice cream--how right she is!

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The Kitchen

This week The Kitchen has a special visitor, as Martha Stewart stops by to share her recipe for a Chocolate Chip Cookie Icebox Cake and gets inducted into the Kitchen's Cookbook Club. Jeff shares his family Blueberry Pancake recipe, Marcela makes Spicy Oregano Burgers for dinner and then shows how to turn them into Mini Meatball Pita Sandwiches for lunch. Plus, we have great ideas to sneak nutrition into your kids' desserts. And once again, we help you decide which kitchen tools are worth having in this week's Tool Takedown.

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Giada at Home

"Giada at Home" explores some of the cool places around Los Angeles where you can go for breakfast. Giada De Laurentiis re-creates some of her favorite dishes with her own spin like Lemon-Almond Waffles; Salami, Bacon and Spinach Hash; Breakfast Popovers With Italian Sausage and Peach and Basil Frozen Daiquiris.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis and her family head out on a weekend getaway. Eating out every night on a vacation can get expensive so Giada prepares some easy, inexpensive dishes ahead of time to be enjoyed over the course of the trip.

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Barefoot Contessa

It's a breakfast party to celebrate the morning after a night before birthday bash. Breakfast on the grill no problem.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina takes her inspiration from Parisian markets, food stores and street cafes and translates scary traditional French recipes into easy foolproof have a go dishes. Recipes include: lemon chicken with croutons, French string beans and caramelised shallots influenced by the Parisian rotisserie, grilled sour dough topped with arugula and goats cheese and smoked salmon and cucumbers

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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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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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Chopped

Snails are the first order of business in the Chopped kitchen. Can the competitors make escargot go with red jalapenos? A mishap with a paper towel leads to a dangerous situation at one chef's station. With Chinese eggplant and ground lamb in the entree basket, three chefs all choose a similar direction for their dishes. Then two very driven finalists compete to make great desserts from garnet yams and roasted noodles.

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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

The chefs open the appetizer basket to find vegan franks and three other meatless ingredients and have to work frantically to compose appetizers in 20 minutes. Then in the entree round, the judges wonder if one chef's strange decision about what to throw into the blender will be a blunder or a surprise success. Then the finalists find a green soda and a Russian sweet in their dessert baskets.

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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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Beat Bobby Flay

Food Network Southern belles Katie Lee and Damaris Phillips aren't all hugs and kisses as they conspire to crush Bobby Flay. New Mexico-born chef, Carlos Baez, takes on Long Island, N.Y., chef Steven Scalesse, for the chance to break Bobby's heart on Valentine's Day

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Beat Bobby Flay

Ring the bell because television personalities Rachael Ray and Ross Mathews are in the house and are holding nothing back as they aim to get Bobby Flay beat! They leave nothing to chance with Washington's favorite Indian chef, K.N. Vinod, and owner of eight restaurants, Chef Gavin Fine.

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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

The rambunctious team of Alison Sweeney and Sunny Anderson light up the arena with their sights set on Bobby. Young gun Kelvin Fernandez sharpens his knives to take on Japanese superstar Chris Kobayashi, for a shot at taking down Bobby Flay.

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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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Beat Bobby Flay

Food Network Southern belles Katie Lee and Damaris Phillips aren't all hugs and kisses as they conspire to crush Bobby Flay. New Mexico-born chef, Carlos Baez, takes on Long Island, N.Y., chef Steven Scalesse, for the chance to break Bobby's heart on Valentine's Day

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Beat Bobby Flay

Ring the bell because television personalities Rachael Ray and Ross Mathews are in the house and are holding nothing back as they aim to get Bobby Flay beat! They leave nothing to chance with Washington's favorite Indian chef, K.N. Vinod, and owner of eight restaurants, Chef Gavin Fine.

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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

The rambunctious team of Alison Sweeney and Sunny Anderson light up the arena with their sights set on Bobby. Young gun Kelvin Fernandez sharpens his knives to take on Japanese superstar Chris Kobayashi, for a shot at taking down Bobby Flay.

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Chopped

The chefs open the appetizer basket to find vegan franks and three other meatless ingredients and have to work frantically to compose appetizers in 20 minutes. Then in the entree round, the judges wonder if one chef's strange decision about what to throw into the blender will be a blunder or a surprise success. Then the finalists find a green soda and a Russian sweet in their dessert baskets.

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Mystery Diners

After noticing a drop in revenue at his Dallas restaurant, Stroker's Ice House, Rick needs to convince his retired mother to resume her position as manager. Charles sends in Mystery Diners Hollie and Justin who discover the revenue drop may be related to Rick's motorcycle shop.

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Mystery Diners

Keith, the owner of Deanie's Seafood in New Orleans, is concerned that his manager is more focused on his amateur comedy career than managing the restaurant. Charles sends in Mystery Diners Andrew and Deanna who discover that another employee may be taking advantage of the situation.

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