What to Watch: Game Day Specials all Weekend Long and a Special Preview of Duff Till Dawn
Plan your big-game menu this weekend with Food Network. Tune in on Saturday for Ree Drummond’s two-way chicken nachos and desserts for game day. On The Kitchen, the chefs are offering countless party planning tips and slow-cooker recipes that will win over your guests. Chef Anne Burrell joins the cast to show off her mouthwatering turkey burgers.
On Sunday, watch Giada De Laurentiis and Daphne Brogdon cook up their special game-day snacks. Don’t forget to tune in at night, because the competitions are starting to heat up. Watch Guy’s Grocery Games, Worst Cooks in America, Cutthroat Kitchen and the special sneak peek of Duff Till Dawn.
Ree whips up Chicken Nachos two ways for the family to eat after the homecoming parade. Then she's off to her boys' football games armed with Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Finally, she brings a winning spread of Bloody Mary Chili and Three-Ingredient Brownies to Ladd and the other coaches.
The Kitchen crew is huddled up to get you ready for your big-game bash, starting with Jeff Mauro's Stuffed Italian Beef Stromboli. Then, get fresh party planning tips, and the slow cooker is the MVP with two dishes to wow the crowd. There are three twists on guacamole, and Chef Anne joins the crew to cook up her Killer Turkey Burgers. Geoffrey Zakarian takes us to the end zone with his 5 o'clock somewhere beer cocktail.
Giada makes the top four most-requested game-day snacks and gives each one her own special spin. The menu features Sticky Baked Chicken Wings with a Korean twist, a French Lentil and Hominy Chili, Mini Twice-Baked Potatoes, and Roasted Mushroom and Kale Pizzette.
Guy Fieri is celebrating the bounty of Sonoma County with Chef Justin Wangler. Their twists on classic burgers, fries and shakes lead to a menu of black and blue burgers stuffed with blue cheese and served with red wine fries and a tomato salad.
Daphne's got a special game-day menu that is sure to win over the crowd without stressing out the cook! She kicks off the party with her signature guacamole and fried wonton chips, and then it's butter burger sliders with two sauces: sweet Russian and arugula pesto. Plus, she whips up a spicy cabbage salad on the side. And Daphne's got a special crowd-pleasing cocktail, her kick-a-rita.
When chefs join forces with their families, Guy's constantly turning the tables, with kids picking the dishes and chefs taking a timeout from cooking. Four families raise the bar on breakfast by making a brunch containing raisins and then a comfort meal on a very uncomfortable budget. Then, the finalists must prepare a five-star dinner after they swap kitchens and groceries. One family will go on a Triple G shopping spree worth up to $20,000!
This week the recruits huddle up to tackle game-day dishes as they create deep-fried fan favorites for Chefs Anne and Tyler. Will they make crowd-pleasing dishes or be defeated by the fryer? After the big game, the recruits try not to lose their noodles when they break down a raw squid to make squid ink pasta with calamari.
In this special big-game episode, two chefs have to wear tailgates on their backs. Then, two chefs have to cook in bleachers. Finally, one chef has to make brownies while kneeling.
When the sun goes down at Duff Goldman's bakery, it's time to hang loose: It's a Big Island battle between decorator darling Liz Marek and nutty artist Kim Simons in a Hawaiian-themed luau challenge. Each team brings its own special talent and flair for quirky cake creation in this overnight cake decorating marathon. Geof Manthorne and Catherine McCord join the party and help Duff name the winning cake.