What to Watch: Breakfast for Dinner on The Pioneer Woman and the Premiere of Spring Baking Championship
This Saturday, watch Food Network for a twist on ordinary dinner, the ultimate comfort-food menu and simple, one-pan weeknight dinner recipes. Start the morning off with The Pioneer Woman as Ree Drummond makes breakfast for dinner, featuring dishes like Wild Rice Pancakes and Breakfast Quesadillas. Next up, Trisha Yearwood is serving a mouthwatering comfort-food feast on Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. Then, the chefs of The Kitchen are demonstrating quick and easy weeknight dinners and ways to boost the tastiness of ordinary grilled cheese.
Tune in on Sunday morning to get more great recipes from Food Network stars with new episodes of Giada at Home, Southern at Heart and Farmhouse Rules. On Sunday night, tune in for three hours of competition that will have you on the edge of your seat. First, watch as four chefs from different regions of the United States engage in combat for culinary triumph on Guy’s Grocery Games. At 9|8c, don’t miss a very sweet season premiere of Spring Baking Championship. Watch as eight extremely gifted bakers take on spring-inspired challenges to impress the judges. Cap the night off with a fresh episode of Cutthroat Kitchen to see which chef survives Alton Brown's mischievous obstacles.
Ree Drummond's putting a breakfast spin on four dinners, starting with sensational Sausage Kale Strata, a real make-ahead wonder. Wild Rice Pancakes get flipped to dinnertime for the girls, while the boys enjoy Breakfast Quesadillas, packed full of bacon and eggs. For Ree herself, Potato Hash with a fried egg makes a super supper.
Trisha Yearwood brings comfort to the next level as she and her sister, Beth, cook up some of their most-indulgent comfort-food dishes, like Cornbread Salad with Buttermilk-Chive Dressing, Cowboy Lasagna and Venita's Chocolate Chip Cookies. After the food is prepared, they change into their pajamas and hop back into bed to eat this incredible feast, creating the ultimate day of comfort.
The gang has fast and easy weeknight meals using only one pan, and tips for making the perfect kebab with two complementing sauces. Learn two ways to bomb your grilled cheese with flavor, and find out how bad your kitchen do's and don'ts are. Plus, get the recipe for a lemon-inspired cocktail.
Giada De Laurentiis' daughter, Jade, has invited some friends over for an afterschool lunch, so Giada is whipping up a fun, kid-friendly menu with a Chicken Parmesan Sandwich, Creamy Cucumber Salad and Fluffy Chocolate-Peanut Butter Sundaes.
Damaris Phillips prepares a Kentucky-inspired meal to share with her friend Nikki before the two take in all of Damaris' favorite downtown attractions. On the menu are Bourbon BLT Baguettes topped with a Bourbon-Tomato Aioli, served up alongside a bright, flavorful Stewed Tomato and Fresh Mozzarella Salad. For dessert, there's a Grilled Plum and Bourbon Crisp.
Nancy Fuller is visiting her friend Beth to taste and pick up some of her famous jams! Then she takes them back to the kitchen to put her Farmhouse Rules to the test. Nancy uses the jams in her recipes for Sage-Rubbed Chicken with Spicy Peach Glaze, Spinach Salad, Roasted Turnips, and Strawberry Rhubarb Jam with Frozen Yogurt Parfait and Homemade Walnut Brittle!
Chefs from four distinct American regions vie for culinary supremacy. First up, they have to turn a hometown hit into a home run while using only five ingredients. Next, it's sink or swim when the chefs make a seafood supper using nothing but frozen food. Then, how do you prepare one protein two different ways when you can only use items from three aisles? The winning chef wins bragging rights for his region plus big bucks in the Shopping Spree worth up to $20,000.
Eight of America's best bakers are ready to prove their skills in the first two challenges of the Spring Baking Championship. First, they'll have to make their best flower-inspired cupcake. Then, in the main heat challenge, they must use farm-fresh ingredients to win over the judges with their most-impressive upside-down cake.
Three chefs have to make a stir-fry while sitting in airline seats. Then, two chefs have to work as good neighbors to make chicken-fried steak. Finally, one chef has to shop for their cobbler ingredients blindfolded.