What to Watch: A Sweet Season Finale for Holiday Baking Championship, and Holiday Fun with The Kitchen
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The trials and tribulations of Holiday Baking Championship will culminate in an action-packed season finale on Sunday at 9|8c. Tune in to see who will win the $50,000 prize and all of the sweet holiday-season joy. On Saturday at 11a|10c, The Kitchen hosts are getting a visit from Annie herself, Quvenzhané Wallis, as she helps them celebrate the holidays and promotes her new movie.
Rewrapped, Southern at Heart, Guy's Grocery Games and Cutthroat Kitchen are back this weekend as well. Whether you’re spending Saturday afternoon with Rewrapped, or Sunday with Southern at Heart, Guy’s Grocery Games and Cutthroat Kitchen, each show brings something delicious to the table, whether it be food or competitive rivalry.
In this exciting episode, not only do the chefs serve up a holiday ham and a champagne tower, but Quvenzhané Wallis and the cast of Annie decorate cookies with them and talk about their new movie.
The contestants are faced with a candy cane conundrum, between recreating the holiday classic and infusing it into an atypical dinner dish.
Damaris has a card game with her grandfather and her boyfriend, and serves Creamy Tomato Soup, Grilled Pimento Cheese Sandwiches and Pineapple Upside-Down Cake for them to eat as they play.
The contestants are challenged with making holiday and New Year’s dishes throughout Guy's various kooky challenges.
In this finale episode, the contestants are forced to create a gingerbread world based on a favorite holiday memory.
The sabotages this week are strange but expected. They range from searching through pig troughs, snatching curry spices out of the air and making blueberry muffins inside of a gigantic ball.