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Sunday, May 24

Rachael Ray's Week in a Day

Five soul-soothing Italian comfort food dishes that'll help you beat the holiday stress. Braciole and Sausage Sunday Gravy; Cheesy Rice Cake Stuffed With Herbs and Greens; Potted Beef and Celery Root With Celery Gremolata; Cannelloni or Stuffed Shells With Veal and Sweet Sausage; Eggplant and Zucchini Roll Ups.

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Barefoot Contessa

It's a perfect day of fun in the city. Ina's cooking at two fabulous restaurants, learning the secret to Oyster Pan Roast and Uni Butter Crostini at John Dory Oyster Bar and the famous Million Dollar Chicken at the Standard Grill. Ina takes a stroll on The High Line and meets with the vendor behind People Pops, and even Jeffrey's getting a cheese making course at Beecher's Handmade Cheese. Back home, it's Side Car cocktails and a Garten taste-off!

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Heartland Table

Harvesting and processing fresh horseradish root is a tradition in Amy's community. Amy invites her neighbors over for a horseradish-spiked feast: Beef Stew With Red Wine, Mushrooms and Horseradish Cream, Roasted Shrimp Wraps With Homemade Cocktail Sauce and a sprawling Bloody Mary bar.

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The Pioneer Woman

Hay season on the ranch means the family and cowboy Josh are working around the clock, so they need plenty of sustenance. Ree's delivering a well earned treat of tasty Monster Cookies. And when the work is done for the day she's whipping up a light delicious dinner of Easy Calzones With Homemade Marinara Sauce followed by a beautiful frozen Cherry and Pomegranate Sherbet, just the thing for the hungry hay haulers.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Being healthy and balanced has become important to Trisha and her niece Ashley, who is joining Trisha in the kitchen today to share some healthy cooking secrets while enjoying an easy, flavorful and healthy meal of Raspberry Chicken; Big Green Salad With Feta, Garbanzo, Walnuts, Lemon Juice and Olive Oil; Edamame Parmesan and Chocolate Angel Food Cake With Macerated Strawberries, before going on a walk.

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Daphne Dishes

Daphne Brogdon is throwing a girls' night in party for her daughter and her niece. Daphne's got a special menu, perfect in between painting nails and a dance party, with snackable Sausage Rolls, Crispy Garbanzo Beans, Vivien's Favorite Shrimp, and fudgy and cakey Chocolate Dream Brownies with Marshmallow Creme.

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Giada at Home

Giada De Laurentiis creates a small plate tasting menu for some of her friends. The twist is that each dish on the menu contains fennel, like a Citrus Fennel Salad, Pan Roasted Salmon with Fennel Puree, Fennel Upside-Down Cake and a Fennel Martini made with Fennel Vodka.

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Guy's Big Bite

Guy Fieri has a real cast of characters over for a cook-off, and the first challenge is Guy's Grilled Lamb Ribs, coated in a toasted spice rub, slow-roasted over a bed of onions then finished on the grill with a rich pan sauce. If your mouth is watering now, just wait til you try them with Apricot Mint Chimichurri, a bright, sweet-savory herb sauce that takes those ribs to the next level. On the side, how bout some Smashed Tri-Color Potatoes? Baked under a layer of parmesan cheese, they're creamy inside, golden and crispy on top.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree and her sister-in-law are throwing a big engagement bash for her friend. There are irresistible appetizers: Brie-Stuffed Mushrooms, Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp With Chili Butter and an amazing main course meal: Prime Rib and Horseradish Sauce with Whisky Glazed Carrots and Roasted Asparagus With Peas on the side. For dessert: Chipotle Salted Chocolate Truffles, a tower of Cupcakes and glasses of fizz to toast the future Mr. and Mrs.

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Southern at Heart

Damaris Phillips and her girlfriends have a semi-annual dinner party dressed up as a clothing swap. To accompany the fashion show, Damaris and her chef friend Terra bring the heat with their menu: Spicy Hot Chicken Fried Steak Sandwiches, Smoked Macaroni Salad, and for dessert, Blackberry Almond Cobbler.

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Farmhouse Rules

Students from Nancy’s local school have been hard at work on a school garden and Nancy’s daughter Lorinda, a school principal in North Carolina, is in town to see how they accomplished this feat. Nancy invites a few of the kids over to see her farm and to enjoy a delicious dinner with some of the ingredients they grew. They all enjoy Pasta Primavera With Handmade Linguini, Herb-Buttered Corn on the Cob, Zesty Garden Vegetable Bread Salad and S'mores Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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The Kitchen

For your first summer barbecue, there's a great new recipe for a killer burger and barbecue ribs. Discover some unique fries with sweet and savory dips. There are timesaving tricks for food prep and actor David Burtka shares the secrets for great homemade ice cream sandwiches. Plus, poolside snacks and a classic Long Island Ice Tea.

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How to Make Mix and Match Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Chopped

The chefs learn they will be expected to make a pizza perfect meal. In the first round one of the competitors takes a loose interpretation of the theme: How will the judges react? Then some unusual toppings must make their way onto the entree pizzas. And the finalists must make pizza for dessert, with candied mushrooms and salted caramel sauce.

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Chopped

The chefs learn that there is a "money saver" theme for this special competition: Ingredients in each basket will not exceed $10, but the chefs' dishes are still expected to look and taste like a million bucks. In the first round, a meatless basket has some of the chefs searching for protein in the pantry. Then various levels of creativity are one of the factors that the judges consider while analyzing three ham-steak entrees. And the dessert basket, including chocolate chips, seems deceptively simple.

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Chopped

It's a second chance at victory, for four losing chefs seeking redemption. After the chefs make skate and pomegranate molasses appetizers, one chef must endure the indignity of being the first chef re-chopped. In the entree round, the competitors work with a boozy ice cream and an amusingly-named British pudding. In the dessert round, a German tart is a good start.

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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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Spring Baking Championship

The five bakers left in the Spring Baking Championship are challenged to bake for a birthday bash! They kick it off with desserts on a stick and for the main challenge, the bakers must create an amazing birthday cake, paired with homemade ice cream.

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Guy's Grocery Games

Four chefs compete in a heated battle to make the ultimate hot sandwich incorporating a mishmash of munchies from the market's sample tables. Next, chefs are less than thrilled about making an international dish with five ingredients or less. Then, the finalists experience their own highs and lows trying to turn high-priced rack of lamb and low-priced pork rinds into their best dish. The winner takes the real high road — a Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.

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Guy's Grocery Games

Four chefs take a gamble when Guy makes them roll dice to determine the details for creating their best dish. Next, the chefs must use odds and ends from the Clearance Carts to make a classy champagne brunch. Finally, two chefs must plan their menu on the fly while making their best chicken dinner using one ingredient per aisle.

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Spring Baking Championship

The final four bakers must tap into their basic training to create memorable Memorial Day desserts to make it to the finale. First they're challenged to create a layered springtime trifle and then they'll have the freedom to create the dessert of their choosing — as long as it's red, white and blue.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef must use a shark jaw as a knife. Then, two chefs must cook out of — and on top of — a suitcase. Finally, a banana nut muffin challenge that drives the chefs both bananas and nuts.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

Two chefs have to make meatballs in a ball pit. Then, two chefs have to make a teriyaki dinner while on a seesaw. Finally, one chef has to harvest coconuts from a tree to make coconut macaroons.

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Spring Baking Championship

The final four bakers must tap into their basic training to create memorable Memorial Day desserts to make it to the finale. First they're challenged to create a layered springtime trifle and then they'll have the freedom to create the dessert of their choosing — as long as it's red, white and blue.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

One chef must use a shark jaw as a knife. Then, two chefs must cook out of — and on top of — a suitcase. Finally, a banana nut muffin challenge that drives the chefs both bananas and nuts.

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Cutthroat Kitchen

Two chefs have to make meatballs in a ball pit. Then, two chefs have to make a teriyaki dinner while on a seesaw. Finally, one chef has to harvest coconuts from a tree to make coconut macaroons.

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Guy's Grocery Games

Four chefs take a gamble when Guy makes them roll dice to determine the details for creating their best dish. Next, the chefs must use odds and ends from the Clearance Carts to make a classy champagne brunch. Finally, two chefs must plan their menu on the fly while making their best chicken dinner using one ingredient per aisle.

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