What to Watch: Trisha's Birthday Party and a Weekend with the Grandkids on Farmhouse Rules
Start your Food Network Saturday off with a joint birthday party for Trisha and her sister on Trisha's Southern Kitchen. The ladies head to the bowling lanes for some fun. Then in the evening, watch an all-new episode of On the Rocks, where host John Green helps revive a failing establishment. On Sunday morning, Rachael Ray has a week's worth of meals to show you — and it's all about layered recipes. Later, Nancy Fuller gets together with her grandkids for a weekend full of fun and treats. And in the evening, catch a brand-new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen for more sabotages, including a chef having to wear a certain kitchen utensil.
Trisha and her sister, Beth, are throwing a joint birthday party for each other at the local bowling alley. They keep it stress free and fun as they whip up an easy but delicious menu that includes Ranch Dressing Cheese Log, Mini Chicken Pizzas and Chocolate Cake with Divinity Frosting.
John Green visits The Boxcar, a neglected establishment in Cedar Hill, Texas. Three squabbling siblings with no bar experience and mounting debts have dwindled their parents' retirement funds while running the club into the ground. John takes the reins to ease the family tension and make this bar a success again.
It’s a week stacked with multilayered meals: Potato, Cauliflower and Broccoli Casserole with Welsh Rarebit Top, Stacked Polenta and Mushroom Casserole, Spinach Lasagna, Toastacho Casserole, and Turkey and Stuffing Casserole.
Nancy Fuller is having a weekend with the grandkids that’s jam-packed with food and fun. First they're making Grilled Meatloaf Sandwiches, Nancy's Grandma's Potato Salad and a Berry Fruit Cobbler with Fresh Whipped Cream that will rock your world. Then for another treat, they're all heading over to the county fair!
Things get messy as one chef is forced to wear a potato masher on his or her hand while making gnocchi. Then a contestant is turned into a handyman when given broken cooking utensils and a roll of duct tape. And finally, there's more than meets the eye when ice cream toppings are swapped out for some unusual impostors.