TV Schedule

Saturday, September 20

Sandwich King

No need to travel when Jeff's making a Jamaican feast at home! He's starting with a Jerk Chicken Sandwich topped With Mango Chutney and Fried Plantains. Then moving right on to Snapper With Escovitch Pickled Peppers and a Scotch Bonnet Aioli. And nothing says Jamaica like an island cocktail, it's a "Booty Shaker" with caramelized orange slices.

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Guy's Big Bite

If you're like Guy Fieri, you love food that tastes great, and you also love food that makes you feel great. Guy offers both with a meal that balances indulgence with nutrition: Fried Chicken Salad, Fresh Juice Blends and Strawberry French Toast are sure to satisfy and nourish.

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The Best Thing I Ever Made

If a delicious, juicy, slow roasted rib roast makes you want to get up and dance, then take a spin with roasted veal shanks, roasted duck and even a roasted whole fish! Jazz up your roasting routine with new spins on classic recipes and innovative flavor combinations from chefs Ted Allen, Aaron Sanchez, Scott Conant and the Deen Brothers. You won't believe how simple it is to roast the night away with these rockin' roasts!

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The Best Thing I Ever Ate

A burger smothered in slaw, a lasagna sandwich, bread oozing with sweet decadent chocolate...these are just a few of the dishes Andrew Zimmern, Duff, Alton Brown and others say are delicious, gooey, sloppy and best of all... MESSY!

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Farmhouse Rules

Nancy Fuller is having a square dance in her barn with a feast of local food for the locals. After a trip to nearby Craryville to pick some beautiful flowers, she gets down to the cooking. She makes Two Meat Chili, zippy Scallion Cornbread, Bread Pudding With Bourbon Sauce and a Square Dance Punch. Finally, there's a fiddler and a band in the barn and Nancy can't resist cutting a rug!

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The Pioneer Woman

With two barns to burn down and hungry workers to feed, Ree's getting them all fired up with delicious Good Morning Muffins for breakfast. There's a real ranch favorite for lunch, Chicken Spaghetti with Apple, Pecan and Blue Cheese Salad. When the work is done, Ree has a special treat to cool off the fire starters -- fabulous and fun Frozen Pops!

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The Pioneer Woman

Black Beans are the center of Ree's menu today. They're fabulous with Mango Guacamole and divine in a Taco Pizza. They bulk up Grilled Veggie Burritos and make a quick Black Bean Burger.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha's nephew Kyle and two of his college friends are visiting for a weekend of fun and some home cooked food! While the boys are having fun on the lake, Trisha whips up a protein-packed meal of Sausage and Peppers, Garth's Pasta Salad, Power Balls and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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The Kitchen

The Kitchen is celebrating fall, using the best ingredients of the season, starting off by sipping homemade Pumpkin Spiced Lattes with Maile Carpenter from Food Network Magazine, then Katie cooks up a delicious Prosciutto-Wrapped Halibut for a fancy fall dinner. Mo Rocca helps Geoffrey make Short Rib and Spinach-Stuffed Raviolis. Then Apples are reinvented with clever recipes including a killer Apple Chip Nacho smothered in Chocolate and Peanut Butter Sauce.

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Roasted Tomatillo and Apple Salsa

 

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Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off

Rachael and Guy invite Chef Robert Irvine into the kitchen to coach and mentor the kids in the Mini Challenge. After working as a team to unscramble a jumbled recipe, each kid chef will execute their dish while Robert coaches them on. Then, in the Main Challenge, the kids take on the oceanic delights in the kitchen's seafood tower in an effort to impress guest judge Melissa d'Arabian.

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Rewrapped

Three chefs take on four flavors of Lay's Potato Chips from the "Do Us a Flavor" contest! During the Recreate Round the chefs attempt to uncover the why of the potato fry, but with four flavors to tackle, time is their biggest foe. In the Innovate Round, one chef's Seared Tuna Dish takes the judges by surprise. See where the chips fall on this crispy episode of Rewrapped!

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Beat Bobby Flay

Funny guys, comedian Judah Friedlander and Iron Chef Michael Symon team up for a battle that is no laughing matter — finding a competitor to Beat Bobby Flay! They'll be watching Cali's Jason Fullilove duke it out against New York's Billy Oliva to see who has what it takes to book Bobby out of his own arena.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine has his work cut out for him at Spicy Bar and Grill, a Vietnamese restaurant in Falls Church, Va. Between one owner with no culinary experience in the kitchen and the other letting the staff run wild, it's no wonder why they're $300,000 in debt. Robert has just two days to get these owners on a business track, find a new chef and turn the unprofessional servers into a real workforce.

 

FN Dish Update: See How Spicy Bar and Grill Is Doing

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's toppin' off some righteous dishes with all kinds of sauce. In Cincinnati, the funky cafe putting their creative spin on barbecue chicken and vegan chili. In Boston, the neighborhood spot spicing up everything from lemongrass chicken to sloppy Joe's with some killer specialty sauces. And in Jackson, Wyo., the century-old log cabin housing an eclectic menu of totally homemade standouts, like scratch-made ramen and pork ragu.

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Eating America with Anthony Anderson

Anthony Anderson licks, eats and slurps his way through the Rockwood Ice Cream Festival in Wilmington, Del., along with 40,000 other ice cream maniacs. Anthony satisfies his sweet tooth with ice cream concoctions like a bacon salted caramel sundae and a creative raspberry chocolate creation. For the cherry on top, he finds out who wins the honor of best "Sundaes on Sunday."

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Guy's Grocery Games

Four Food Network Star chefs take to the aisles to compete on behalf of their favorite charity. First, Guy tasks them with making a lunchtime favorite only using 5 Ingredients or Less. Then, the chefs are challenged to make a steakhouse dinner — on a budget. The two finalists compete in one of the most difficult games yet, One Ingredient Per Aisle, in which they pull out all the stops to make the best dish for a good cause.

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The Great Food Truck Race

When the final four teams hit the streets of St. Louis, Tyler is there to give them a challenge illustrating how a premium product is as good as money in bank. The next morning, Tyler gives them a truck stop challenge with the ultimate prize — the winning team will see their week's till doubled. Emotions are high at elimination as only three teams will get to head southward on the next leg of the Great Food Truck Race.

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Chopped

Four Chopped Champions from the world of entertainment and sports compete for the last spot in the $50,000 finale. In the appetizer round, the celebrity champs find a peculiar type of flour and sweet tea in the baskets. Then a can of soup in the entree round causes various issues for the competitors. And the judges taste banana paste and cream cheese desserts before deciding on the last finalist.

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Chopped

Iron Chefs in the Chopped kitchen! Four world-class Food Network chefs go head-to-head in the first competition of the $50,000 All-Stars tournament. In the appetizer round the Iron Chefs race into action to make amazing dishes out of beef tendon and crawfish. Then in the entree round a very challenging protein has all the Iron Chefs using a different cooking technique. Who will be successful? And the two remaining Iron Chefs must tackle a dessert round, featuring black beans and queso fresco.

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Chopped

Globe-trotting gourmets! Four sensational series' hosts bring international flavors to the All-Stars tournament. But chicken feet in the first basket force them to step out of their comfort zones, and the pressure of the Chopped kitchen affects the caliber of the appetizers. Another difficult protein makes the entree basket a huge challenge. Can these All-Stars hit their stride? When the final two open the dessert baskets and see a giant surprise, will they know what to do with it?

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Chopped

Food Network Star fans, this Chopped is for you! Four chefs from the hit casting competition attempt to excel in an entirely new arena. First, they try to impress the judges by exhibiting razor sharp skills in the razor clams appetizer round. In a meat-and-potatoes entree round, standing out is the challenge for the chefs. Established rivalries make the fight to get into the final round even more intense. And following the dessert round, featuring white apricots and bacon bits, the judges have some stern words for the chefs.

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Chopped

No fear! Vying for the last remaining place in the $50,000 All-Stars finale, four Chopped judges head to the kitchen to prove that they know whereof they speak and really know how to cook. Brawn and brains -- goat brains that is -- are requirements of the appetizer round. At the Chopping Block, we see how the judges feel about being judged themselves. Then, after one judge-turned-competitor is chopped, three go on to the entree round where they must create main dishes using Berkshire pork and preserved duck eggs. Who will represent the judges in the All-Stars grand finale?

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Chopped

This is it! Four Chopped All-Stars champs face off for $50,000 for a good cause! With so much on the line, the celebrity chef who wins it will have to have heart, and guess what is in the appetizer basket? Beef heart! After an excruciatingly difficult first decision, anything can happen in the exciting entree round, featuring a beautiful fish, some beautiful greens and some less-than-beautifully plated dishes. Panforte and pancetta must be included in the finalists' desserts, and the judges must designate just one winner.

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Chopped

Food Network Star fans, this Chopped is for you! Four chefs from the hit casting competition attempt to excel in an entirely new arena. First, they try to impress the judges by exhibiting razor sharp skills in the razor clams appetizer round. In a meat-and-potatoes entree round, standing out is the challenge for the chefs. Established rivalries make the fight to get into the final round even more intense. And following the dessert round, featuring white apricots and bacon bits, the judges have some stern words for the chefs.

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Chopped

No fear! Vying for the last remaining place in the $50,000 All-Stars finale, four Chopped judges head to the kitchen to prove that they know whereof they speak and really know how to cook. Brawn and brains -- goat brains that is -- are requirements of the appetizer round. At the Chopping Block, we see how the judges feel about being judged themselves. Then, after one judge-turned-competitor is chopped, three go on to the entree round where they must create main dishes using Berkshire pork and preserved duck eggs. Who will represent the judges in the All-Stars grand finale?

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Chopped

This is it! Four Chopped All-Stars champs face off for $50,000 for a good cause! With so much on the line, the celebrity chef who wins it will have to have heart, and guess what is in the appetizer basket? Beef heart! After an excruciatingly difficult first decision, anything can happen in the exciting entree round, featuring a beautiful fish, some beautiful greens and some less-than-beautifully plated dishes. Panforte and pancetta must be included in the finalists' desserts, and the judges must designate just one winner.

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Chopped

Globe-trotting gourmets! Four sensational series' hosts bring international flavors to the All-Stars tournament. But chicken feet in the first basket force them to step out of their comfort zones, and the pressure of the Chopped kitchen affects the caliber of the appetizers. Another difficult protein makes the entree basket a huge challenge. Can these All-Stars hit their stride? When the final two open the dessert baskets and see a giant surprise, will they know what to do with it?

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