Ina Garten is turning her attention to all kinds of bread and dishes that feature it. She starts with the most delicious quick bread you'll ever bake, foolproof Irish Guinness Brown Bread. Breadcrumbs take the spotlight in her luxurious Fish and Lobster Cakes, and her Camembert and Prosciutto Tartines are open-faced sandwiches with the volume turned up. There's even bread in Ina's layered dessert, Peach and Berry Summer Pudding. Legendary chef Wolfgang Puck shows how to turn two humble slices of walnut bread into the ultimate Lobster Club Sandwich.
Ina Garten is sharing new ways to cook with pork, and she's putting bacon, sausage, kielbasa and tenderloins in the spotlight. She starts by making Sausage and Mushroom Strudels for appetizers and follows them with hearty Lentil and Kielbasa Salad. Baked Farro and Butternut Squash works as a main dish or side with Ina's quick Herbed Pork Tenderloins.
The Kitchen is starting things off fresh for the fall season with new dishes like Katie Lee's Chicken Parmesan Zucchini Boats and Jeff Mauro's Hasselback Apples. Cookbook author Priya Krishna stops by to make Pav Bhaji: Spicy Vegetable Gravy on Buttered Buns, and then the hosts collaborate on fall nachos. Katie makes Pumpkin Protein Waffles that are perfect for a fall breakfast, and finally the hosts test their ability to identify real fall food trends.
Michael Symon believes any dish can be mastered on an outdoor grill, and to prove it, he creates a decadent entree with Creamy Chicken and Dumplings. Michael's wife, Liz, joins in to make Drop Biscuits from her mom's recipe to serve as the dumplings while Michael picks fresh herbs from the garden for the filling. Finally, Michael works the grill for his favorite dessert -- Bananas Foster.
Michael Symon fires up his smoker and firepit to make some of his Dad's and Pap's favorite dishes. He starts with a lesson on how to create the perfect smoked brisket with his Pastrami Rubbed Brisket. But smoking a brisket takes time, so while Michael waits, he takes care of some chores and then whips up his Pap's favorite Rye Spaetzle and his Dad's favorite Grilled Cabbage. Michael's wife, Liz, makes several rounds of her unique take on a Summer Shandy.
There's never enough pasta on the ranch, so Ree Drummond is playing around with pasta all ways. She puts a spin on an old favorite with Greek Spaghetti and Meatballs and goes veggie-forward with a baked Butternut Squash Pasta Casserole. She whips up hot and spicy Mean Green Fusilli, and there's even pasta for dessert -- Fried Ravioli with Chocolate.
Ree Drummond is getting ready for two busy days by preparing a variety of make-ahead marvels! For day one, she's making Maple Sausage Breakfast Burritos for the guys to eat at a big cattle working and a Cobb-Wedge Salad Kit with Thousand Island Dressing to throw together for supper. For day two, there's a great get-ahead dinner kit that includes Chicken, Red Pepper Sauce and Roasted Green Vegetable Medley.
Back-to-school season isn't just for kids! The Kitchen hosts are teaching new recipes and techniques, starting with Jeff Mauro's lesson on classic Chicken Marsala. Alex Guarnaschelli leads Salad School and shows off her viral 3-2-1-1 Vinaigrette. Katie Lee Biegel shares easy ways to showcase kids' school projects and makes Zoo Mix for an after-school snack. Geoffrey Zakarian wows with his Ricotta Gnudi with Browned Butter. The one and only Bobby Flay stops by to chat and gets challenged to a spelling bee, and Sunny Anderson rings in recess with her 1-2-3 Milkshake.
Trisha Yearwood and fellow country music artist Lauren Alaina bonded over their love of fast food. Trisha invites Lauren over for a day filled with laughter and a mashup of their favorites. The menu includes a Cherry Lime Slushie, French Bread Pizza, Mini Roast Beef and Cheese Sandwiches and Loaded Taco Waffle Fries -- yum!
Host Alyson Hannigan welcomes seven expert pumpkin carvers to battle it out for the title of Outrageous Pumpkins Champion! Their first challenge is to master the classic Halloween jack-o'-lantern and feature a dynamic use of light. In the Quick Carve round, the competitors must depict the struggle between good and evil. For the Big Carve round, each competitor is given one of the seven deadly sins to inspire their truly horrifying creation. Elimination is on the line as judges Terri Hardin and Ray Villafane decide which carvers advance in the competition.
Host Alyson Hannigan challenges six expert carvers to display their pumpkin-sculpting abilities with depth-defying 3-D creations. In the Quick Carve round, the competitors have to create frightening science experiments gone horribly wrong! Things literally heat up in the Big Carve round as the carvers must incorporate an element of fire in a 3-D diorama depicting pumpkin trick-or-treaters. Judges Terri Hardin and Ray Villafane decide which carver is sent home.
Host Alyson Hannigan challenges five expert pumpkin carvers to build spooky structures. In the pet cemetery-themed Quick Carve round, the competitors feature animals returning from the dead, and their structures must be at least two pumpkins tall and include everything from stem to seed. For the Big Carve round, the carvers create enormous prehistoric animals, and wind, rain and snow make the challenge extra difficult. Elimination is on the line as judges Terri Hardin and Ray Villafane decide which carvers advance to the finale.
In the final challenge, host Alyson Hannigan tasks the remaining four pumpkin carvers with their most-monstrous carves yet. For the Quick Carve round, they have to create a terrifying monster-in-law. In the Big Carve round, they have to make a 5-foot-tall monster bash scene using Atlantic Giant pumpkins weighing in at over 1,000 pounds each! Judges Terri Hardin and Ray Villafane decide which monster is the life of the pumpkin party and which carver takes home the $25,000 prize.
Guy Fieri has a rock-star lineup kickin' it with him in the kitchen. First, in Kansas City, Mo., Chiefs' head coach Andy Reid tackles pigskin at a joint meticulous about their meat. Then, in Waltham, Mass., rocker Sammy Hagar rolls into a spot servin' a crazy burger and pumpkin-bread French toast. And in Boston, Chef Ken Oringer is divin' into a seriously unbelievable lobster roll.
This trip, Guy Fieri uncovers some surprising culinary discoveries. In Columbus, Ohio, a hidden gem tucked away in a grocery store serves out-of-bounds Nepalese-Tibetan specialties. In Dallas, a Mexican spot serves standout seafood tacos and unique mole fries. Plus, another Dallas joint cooks up lights-out dishes straight from Afghanistan.
Guy Fieri hits an Oakland Raiders home game for tailgating with chefs from three local joints and Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler. They're bringing the kitchen to the blacktop and cranking out chicken and waffles, double chili cheeseburgers, steak sandwiches with jalapeno pesto, and smoked pork chops with applesauce.
This trip, Guy Fieri's got the goods on stick-to-your-ribs knockouts from the ski slopes to the sea. In Miami, Fla., the law student who switched out his suit for a chef coat is killing it with all kinds of comfort food like spicy oxtail and big ragu. In Park City, Utah, the local boy serving low brow gourmet grub like the signature chivito club and chicken bowl with rice, and the mom and pop ski lodge keepin' the snow bunnies fed on flavorful favorites like pork osso buco, vegetarian mushroom stroganoff and crispy pork belly.