What to Watch: Snow Day Cooking with The Kitchen, and a Classic Steakhouse Dinner with Guy Fieri
Start your weekend off right with Food Network. On Saturday morning, watch Ree Drummond prepare a beautiful brunch for the ladies of her family. Then, stay in with The Kitchen for a snow day to get warm winter recipes and ideas on how to spice up your hot cocoa.
On Sunday, don't miss Guys Fieri's big steakhouse dinner, featuring a grilled oyster recipe topped with a Spinach Bacon Fondue. Then, the pressure is on for Daphne Brogdon as she cooks up a special birthday dinner for her husband, award-winning Chef Mark Peel. Also, on Sunday evening, tune in for two hours of competition starting off with Worst Cooks in America at 10|9c and Cutthroat Kitchen at 11|10c.
Ree whips up a beautiful brunch for three generations of Drummond girls. There are delicious Maple Oat Nut Scones, an incredible Cowgirl Quiche and glamorous Champagne Oranges. Then Ree's bringing the coffee shop to the country with homemade Frozen Mochas. It's fabulous fun and quality time for the ladies who brunch.
The Kitchen is livening up your winter favorites, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian's luscious Ricotta Gnocchi. Then, the hosts test the latest kitchen gadgets, and three weeknight potato dishes get a boost. Marcela Valladolid has a new twist on fondue, and Judy Joo joins the crew with her Ultimate Korean Fried Chicken. Plus, you'll stay toasty warm with tasty mix-ins for your cocoa.
Guy is cooking up an homage to the classic steakhouse dinner with Grilled Oysters Rockefeller with Spinach Bacon Fondue, Baked Crab Cakes with Old Bay Remoulade and, of course, the main attraction, Grilled New York Strip Steak with Five-Peppercorn Sauce. We hope you brought your appetite!
Cooking a birthday dinner isn't normally that big of a deal, but when your husband is an award-winning chef, the pressure's on! Daphne is making a juicy roasted pork loin stuffed with sauteed onions and served with crispy Skillet Potatoes that everyone will love, plus her warm Honey Mustard Slaw. For dessert, she's making Mark's favorite, a Cheesecake Tart with Raspberry Swirl.
The recruits are faced with their biggest struggle yet: cooking for others in larger quantities. They are asked to make a breakfast for a special guest star, Good Morning America's Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee, who happens to know a thing or two about how important breakfast is. Then they complete this week's challenge by throwing a dinner party for past recruits, who know exactly what it's like to be in their shoes.
Three chefs have to dig for clams in a clam bed. One chef has to make turkey burgers while wearing arm weights. Finally, one chef has to make a fruit tart with vegetables that are actually fruits.