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Sunday, Nov 17

7:00
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Episode 0102

Country music star Martina McBride has assembled the perfect fiesta-themed menu for her daughter's 24th birthday. She's whipping up Fresh Salsa and Avocado Hummus for an appetizer and Tasty Sweet Potato and Black Bean Enchiladas with colorful Confetti Rice for a mouth-watering main course. She's topping off this delicious birthday dinner with a decadent Flourless Chocolate Cake adorned with powdered sugar.

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7:30
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Episode 0602

Chef Bobby Flay keeps his Thanksgiving meal going with a brunch full of holiday flavors, making Pumpkin Lattes and Pumpkin-Spiced Granola Parfaits with Orange-Cranberry Jam and Maple Yogurt. Then, he transforms Thanksgiving leftovers into a savory and comforting Roast Turkey Hash with Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes drizzled with a Bacon-Herb Oil.

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8:00
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Episode 306

Instead of a killer dinner, Guy Fieri invites his chef friends to make finger foods, hors d'oeuvres and appetizers for cocktail hour at the ranch. Antonia Lofaso prepares cones of tender skirt steak with a chimichurri sauce and potato frites, and for dessert, she fries up crispy, sugar-coated mini churros. Carl Ruiz makes crunchy crab croquettes and mushrooms stuffed with sweet and spicy plantains and chorizo. Aaron May serves up a decadent mix of caviar and creme fraiche on a South American arepa, a simple but delicious combination of corn and shrimp and his own version of a mule with lemon-ginger kombucha and vodka. Finally, Justin Warner makes cheesy, chewy Brazilian Pao de Queijo, roasts crispy duck breast for crostini and mixes up an extra-strong Rye Manhattan.

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8:30
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Episode 0409

When it comes to Thanksgiving, Valerie Bertinelli really knows how to bring the people she loves together. She and her husband, Tom, will host both of their families for a Thanksgiving feast to remember. The holiday spread will include Fennel and Citrus Roasted Turkey with Gravy, Cinnamon Raisin Bread Stuffing with Sausage, Mom's Waldorf Salad and, for dessert, delicious Cranberry Pomegranate Crumb Bars.

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9:00
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Episode 1413

It's a frontier-style Friendsgiving celebration with Ree Drummond's two closest friends and she's having some serious fun with the recipes. There's a stunning Turkey Roulade rolled around sausage Stuffing, then a Leek and Potato Casserole instead of mashed potatoes. She also gets adventurous with the sides: Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Kale, Boozy Gravy, and Festive Goat Cheese, plus a seasonal Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail.

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9:30
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Episode 0904

The spotlight's on stunning sides for the big Thanksgiving feast. Ree Drummond's making some of her all-time favorites, including delicious Broccoli Wild Rice Casserole and Sweet Soul 'Taters. Ladd's family recipe is made over in Dressing with Brussels Sprouts and Butternut Squash and finally, the easiest No-Knead Clover Leaf Rolls.

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10:00
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Episode SP03

It's a three-day countdown to the ultimate frontier-style Thanksgiving dinner, with Ree Drummond's delicious ideas for the perfect make-ahead family feast. Two days out, Ree starts on her Maple Whiskey Turkey, and stunning sides of Very Berry Cranberry Sauce, Parker House Rolls, Mashed Potatoes with Shallots, and Herbed Cornbread for Southern Dressing. On Thanksgiving Eve, Ree continues her foolproof prep plan by making her Beautiful Brussels Sprouts and Pumpkin Gingersnap Cheesecake with Salted Caramel Sauce. As Thanksgiving dawns, she roasts the turkey, makes the Maple Whiskey Gravy, and kicks back with family.

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11:00
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Episode 409

Molly Yeh is whipping up fun takes on Thanksgiving classics for her Friendsgiving gathering on the farm. Her main dish is sweet and savory Pomegranate Glazed Turkey Legs, and she serves them with Slow Cooker Greens and Dumplings as well as Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges with Cilantro Yogurt. For a festive dessert, Molly bakes her super-moist Cranberry Stuffed Cupcakes with Cranberry Cream Cheese Frosting.

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11:30
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Episode 1001

Valerie Bertinelli loves the ease of living and cooking in Southern California, and the Thanksgiving holiday is no exception. This year, she's treating her guests to a luscious, festive, Cali-style celebration with all the traditional flavors of turkey, sweet potatoes and stuffing done with a SoCal twist.

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12:00
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Episode 1704

Ina Garten is giving traditional Thanksgiving dinner dishes a modern twist. To start, it's out with the big bird and in with Tuscan Turkey Roulade, which is easy to make and carve. For side dishes, Ina makes Chipotle Smashed Sweet Potatoes and one-pan Thanksgiving Roasted Vegetables. Finally, her dazzling holiday dessert is Pumpkin Flan with Maple Caramel.

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12:30
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Episode 501

Giada De Laurentiis kicks off the season with a harvest-themed festival for her neighbors. The backyard games start with bobbing for apples, which they use to dip into melted caramel and toppings for dessert. The delicious feast includes Roasted Squash and Gorgonzola Pizza, made with Giada's own Pizza Dough, complemented with Italian Carrot Salad and Spiced Apple Cake.

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1:00
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Episode 1903

The Kitchen invites special guests Ted Allen, Christian Petroni and Martina McBride for a Friendsgiving filled with Turkey Day favorites. Jeff Mauro puts his spin on the star of the table with his Sweet-and-Spicy Smoked Turkey and Smoked Gravy. Ted then serves up his side -- Triple Sec Cranberry Relish -- and Christian cooks up some Fried Brussels Sprouts. Geoffrey Zakarian makes a Three-Cheese Pommes Anna and Martina dishes out dessert with her fresh Apple Cake made with Homemade Caramel Sauce. Then, it's time to set the table with Crudite Cornucopias and DIY Pumpkin Napkins. Finally, all our guests reveal their juiciest Thanksgiving confessions.

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2:00
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Episode 202

Giada De Laurentiis asks the five competing chefs to put a Thanksgiving spin on a classic dish. The winner gets an advantage in the dinner round, when the chefs have to create a Thanksgiving dinner infusing the flavors of a randomly assigned country. Judges Alex Guarnaschelli, Carla Hall and Christian Petroni send one chef home, and the others continue on for a chance at winning the $25,000 prize.

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3:00
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Episode 901

Turkey-themed baskets keep the kid chefs in the right state of mind as they try to make a meal that guest judge David Dobrik will gobble up, starting with a bucket of turkey meatballs in round one. A rare form of mashed potatoes makes for a hearty hurdle in the entree round, but will the two remaining kids be thankful for or fearful of the dessert goodie in the third basket?

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4:00
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Episode 4012

Host Ted Allen and his sister -- plus three judges and their siblings -- crowd the kitchen for a wild Thanksgiving competition! These turkeys are sure to have a blast cooking together, starting round one by tackling a curious green bean creation and a bitter green. There's no bird in the Thanksgiving entree basket but there's plenty of delicious fall goodness. Finally, a latte and lots more await the final competitors in the dessert basket.

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5:00
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Episode 0101

Five of the country's most creative chefs put their spin on every food lover's favorite holiday. In the first round, they take one classic Thanksgiving side and re-invent it. The winner gets an advantage in the final round, where they are asked to make an entire Turkey dinner in just one hour and incorporate an ingredient from the very first Thanksgiving. One chef will be eliminated, while the rest move on for a chance to win $25,000.

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6:00
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Episode 0102

The four remaining chefs take Thanksgiving classics to new heights. In round one, the chefs turn Thanksgiving sweet pies into a holiday side. The winner receives a huge advantage in round two, where the chefs take on everyone's favorite part of the holidays...leftovers! One chef will be eliminated and the final three will head to the finale for a chance to win $25,000.

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7:00
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Episode 0103

In the finale, the remaining three chefs are pushed to the limits of their creativity. In the first round, one chef will be eliminated as the competitors are faced with crucial kitchen equipment being off-limits. Then, in the final head-to-head round, the last two chefs must make a full Thanksgiving meal in just three hours. Only one chef will walk away with the $25,000 prize.

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8:00
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Episode SP09

Turkey may be the most versatile of the New World critters, but for some crazy reason, we only roast it at the holidays. Alton Brown puts an end to that with three turkey recipes we should be making year-round.

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9:00
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Episode 203

Giada De Laurentiis challenges the four remaining chefs to embrace not just Thanksgiving Day but the whole week by creating their version of Friendsgiving dinner. The chefs are also paired up to compete as a team using an nontraditional Thanksgiving protein. In the dinner round, the chefs compete solo, making a dinner that incorporates a protein, veggie, starch and sweet from Giada's Black Friday table. Judges Alex Guarnaschelli, Carla Hall and Christian Petroni decide which chef heads home while the others move on to the finale.

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10:00
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Episode SP02

Maureen McCormick celebrates Thanksgiving with four of America's best bakers, who go head-to-head in a cake competition inspired by the floats and balloons from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The bakers try to impress judges Buddy Valastro and Timbo Sullivan and take home a win.

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11:00
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Episode SP01

Lifestyle icon Martha Stewart welcomes four of the country's best cake artists as they craft the most incredible cake tributes to beloved Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons and floats. From Tom Turkey and Santa's Sleigh to the Grinch and Aviator Snoopy, cake masters Buddy Valastro and Yolanda Gampp decide which masterpieces deserve the $25,000 prize.

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12:00
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Episode 203

Giada De Laurentiis challenges the four remaining chefs to embrace not just Thanksgiving Day but the whole week by creating their version of Friendsgiving dinner. The chefs are also paired up to compete as a team using an nontraditional Thanksgiving protein. In the dinner round, the chefs compete solo, making a dinner that incorporates a protein, veggie, starch and sweet from Giada's Black Friday table. Judges Alex Guarnaschelli, Carla Hall and Christian Petroni decide which chef heads home while the others move on to the finale.

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1:00
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Episode SP02

Maureen McCormick celebrates Thanksgiving with four of America's best bakers, who go head-to-head in a cake competition inspired by the floats and balloons from the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The bakers try to impress judges Buddy Valastro and Timbo Sullivan and take home a win.

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2:00
AM
Episode SP01

Lifestyle icon Martha Stewart welcomes four of the country's best cake artists as they craft the most incredible cake tributes to beloved Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons and floats. From Tom Turkey and Santa's Sleigh to the Grinch and Aviator Snoopy, cake masters Buddy Valastro and Yolanda Gampp decide which masterpieces deserve the $25,000 prize.

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3:00
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Episode SP09

Turkey may be the most versatile of the New World critters, but for some crazy reason, we only roast it at the holidays. Alton Brown puts an end to that with three turkey recipes we should be making year-round.

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