Hungry for a Full Menu of Fun, Food and Your Favorite Faces? Let’s Eat!

The brand-new series Let’s Eat is slated to premiere August 12. Find out what’s ahead.

Host Stuart O'Keeffe demonstrates his Surprise Cake for fellow hosts Jamika Pessoa and Brandi Milloy, as seen on Let's Eat, Season 1.

Photo by: Jason DeCrow

Jason DeCrow

Picture this: You wake up on a Sunday morning, a little groggy but mostly excited to enjoy the day before those Sunday Scaries set in. What to do, what to eat, where to go? First things first: Roll over and turn on Food Network’s brand-new series Let’s Eat to answer those questions and others as you spend the morning with a group of hosts who know best.

Premiering Sunday, August 12 at 11a|10c, Let’s Eat will delve into the latest food trends, hacks and easy-does-it recipes you’ve been seeing all over social media — and some you may not know about yet. It’s all about simple, tried-and-true ideas as hosts Brandi Milloy, Jamika Pessoa and Stuart O’Keeffe come together to share the what’s, how’s and where’s of all that’s happening in the food world now. And best of all, they’re doing it with a can-do attitude, so you too can bring these flavors into your kitchen.

From the most-colorful cakes ever and super-cool fried shrimp to next-level nachos, OMG-worthy food mash-ups and the easiest-ever eggs, the Let’s Eat crew will introduce you to dishes you’ll be obsessing over. Plus, they’ll show off some of the most-travelworthy bites across the country and welcome all-star chefs, restaurateurs and Food Network Kitchen pros you know and love.

Let's Eat premieres Sunday, August 12 at 11a|10c — mark your calendars now!

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