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Tuesday, Jul 16

9:30
AM
Episode 2001

Ree Drummond cuts down on the cleanup with four one-pot recipes. The non-stick skillet is perfect for Breakfast Hash with fried eggs and a multi-pasta pot is all you need for Loaded Veggie Pasta. A Dutch oven is the ideal choice for making Sweet Heat Chicken Thighs -- an incredibly easy all-in-one super supper. Finally, an old favorite gets a new role for a Shortcut Cast Iron Pizza that's off-the-scale delicious.

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10:00
AM
Episode 0502

Trisha's mom used to make her dad boxed lunches when we was working on the farm, and now Trisha's doing the same for Garth. She makes a Turkey Meatloaf Sandwich, Gwen's Coleslaw, Mari's Oatmeal Cookies and Pineapple Sweet Tea which she packs up to share with Garth out on the ranch.

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10:30
AM
Episode 0607

Trisha Yearwood is releasing a special limited-edition record to help raise money to find a cure for women's cancers, and is hosting a release party to commemorate the event. She's serving up an array of scrumptious finger foods, like Mini Sausage Cheddar Biscuits, Chicken Salad with Fruit in Lettuce Cups and Vanilla Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting. At the party, she will perform a special song from the record.

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11:00
AM
Episode 0310

Trisha gives her busy mom friend some great recipes for weeknight suppers: Pork Chops and Rice, Green Beans and Tomatoes and Lemon Squares.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1106

Trisha Yearwood gets her squad together on a lazy Saturday for the best meal of any weekend -- brunch! First, she swings by a local distillery to pick up some flavored vodkas for her Brunch Punch Bar. When friends Julie and Mandy arrive, it's brunchin' time! The menu includes Chocolate Bacon Biscuits with Maple Whisky Whipped Cream, Cheesy Beef and Potato Hash, and Eggs in Purgatory with Crispy Herbed Parmesan Breadcrumbs.

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12:00
PM
Episode 1308

Spending three years on tour left Trisha Yearwood without her own garden, so she decided to sign up for a CSA box. Trisha loves fresh produce but can't always grow it herself, so the box is a perfect way to keep her on track and support local farmers. She's playing around with healthy recipes to feature the box contents, like Winter Ratatouille, Shrimp and Veggie Parchment Pouches and Farro with Caramelized Veggies. For a sweet finish, she makes Roasted Pears with honey herb yogurt.

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12:30
PM
Episode 1409

Trisha Yearwood gives two of her biggest fans the ultimate surprise experience by inviting them over to help in the kitchen while she makes a classic Southern lunch. Their menu includes Southern Stewed Green Beans, Skillet Sweet Potato Biscuits, Fried Chicken Thighs with Pepper Gravy and a Black Plum and Cardamom Crumble.

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1:00
PM
Episode 1909

It's happy hour at the Boarding House that Ree Drummond and her family have opened in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, and she is surprising guests with a fantastic cocktail hour spread. There's a surf-and-turf duo of Bloody Mary Shrimp Cocktails and Steak and Brie Bites, then Buffalo Deviled Eggs and Pimento Cheese. For a sweet finale, Ree is making marvelous Glazed Mini Brownies.

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1:30
PM
Episode 1209

Ree Drummond's family is football crazy, and her and Ladd's alma maters are playing on TV, so she's preparing a game night spread: Kicked Up Spicy Wings with a cool Blue Cheese Dip, Quick Chili, Make-Ahead Sandwich Rolls, a Potato Skins Bar and divine Salted Pretzel Brownies.

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2:00
PM
Episode 2408

Taking a break from their studies to crush it in the Chopped Kitchen, four college students compete for culinary superiority. In the first round, the young amateur cooks must work with a dorm-life starchy staple and a bag of frozen veggies. The college kids then look for creative ways to make use of a savory microwaveable snack in the entree round. And with both sweet and salty surprises in the dessert basket, the final two cooks seek to make balanced desserts to complete their meals.

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3:00
PM
Episode 2907

Sixteen young chefs-in-training will compete to see who can become the Chopped Teen Tournament Grand Champion and score the $25,000 prize! In this first preliminary battle, the young competitors must make appetizers from a strange hybrid snack and a decadent pork product. In the entree round, the teens must figure out how to combine poultry with a weird casserole, then work with a spicy nut and a savory green fruit for dessert.

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4:00
PM
Episode 2908

Four new formidable young competitors fight to get to the finale, but in the first round, nerves and indecision keep everybody guessing whether all the teen chefs will finish their sausage appetizers. Seafood surprises await the teen chefs in round two, then some breakfast items take on a creative form in the dessert basket.

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5:00
PM
Episode 2909

In the third of four preliminary competitions, a new group of teen chefs arrives in the Chopped Kitchen with tons of energy, which they put to good use cooking short rib appetizers. An already-cooked, artificially-colored ingredient appears to be the most puzzling ingredient in the entree basket, and in the dessert round, a pastry bag of pate a choux leaves the competitors wondering what to do.

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6:00
PM
Episode 2910

Four more teen chefs battle it out for the last spot in the $25,000 finale. A can of something strange and a bottle of something sour are two of the ingredients that the competitors must use in the appetizer round. The fryer sees some action in the entree round when one teen chef decides to deep-fry the basket's protein. Then, the two finalists must figure out how to repurpose a cake they find in the dessert basket.

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7:00
PM
Episode 2911

Four teen winners have returned to compete in the grand finale of the tournament with $25,000 at stake. The young cooks find a surf-and-turf combination in the appetizer basket and aim to distinguish themselves from their opponents with their first plates. Butchering skills come into play in the entree round, then one teen chef's premonition about a mango in the dessert basket comes true!

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8:00
PM
Episode 802

Anything can happen in the Chopped Junior Kitchen -- including close encounters of the reptilian kind! Alligator tenderloin in the appetizer basket is a bit of a shock, but it's nothing these clever young competitors can’t handle as they try to impress the judges, including guest Clinton Kelly. Edible slime in the entree basket brings a giggle and hopefully something nice to the cooks' main dishes. Finally, milk and cereal with a twist make for a whimsical, tasty dessert round.

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9:00
PM
Episode 4302

The chefs gear up for an epic hot dog battle in a nonstop celebration of the phenomenal frankfurter. In the appetizer basket, they discover a hot dog creation that takes the prized piece of Americana to another level. A state fair treat with a twist awaits the three contenders in the entree round, and an intriguing dessert basket contains the mysterious "wieners in a quilt."

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10:00
PM
Episode 3413

The chefs learn that their competition has a potato theme, with spuds of some kind in every basket! The chefs must incorporate two tater products into their Canadian bacon appetizers. In a wild round two, chili fries find their way to a blender and a whole potato finds its way to the deep fryer. Then, sweet potato pie meets toffee in the dessert basket.

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11:00
PM
Episode 2903

The theme for this competition is everyone's favorite all-American bun-buster, the hot dog! In the first round, the chefs get some very rare hot dogs and an uncommon condiment. A tiny ingredient causes big problems for two of the competitors in the entree round, and the last two chefs are left to tackle the strange challenge of making hot dog desserts.

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12:00
AM
Episode 4302

The chefs gear up for an epic hot dog battle in a nonstop celebration of the phenomenal frankfurter. In the appetizer basket, they discover a hot dog creation that takes the prized piece of Americana to another level. A state fair treat with a twist awaits the three contenders in the entree round, and an intriguing dessert basket contains the mysterious "wieners in a quilt."

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1:00
AM
Episode 3413

The chefs learn that their competition has a potato theme, with spuds of some kind in every basket! The chefs must incorporate two tater products into their Canadian bacon appetizers. In a wild round two, chili fries find their way to a blender and a whole potato finds its way to the deep fryer. Then, sweet potato pie meets toffee in the dessert basket.

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2:00
AM
Episode 2903

The theme for this competition is everyone's favorite all-American bun-buster, the hot dog! In the first round, the chefs get some very rare hot dogs and an uncommon condiment. A tiny ingredient causes big problems for two of the competitors in the entree round, and the last two chefs are left to tackle the strange challenge of making hot dog desserts.

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3:00
AM
Episode 802

Anything can happen in the Chopped Junior Kitchen -- including close encounters of the reptilian kind! Alligator tenderloin in the appetizer basket is a bit of a shock, but it's nothing these clever young competitors can’t handle as they try to impress the judges, including guest Clinton Kelly. Edible slime in the entree basket brings a giggle and hopefully something nice to the cooks' main dishes. Finally, milk and cereal with a twist make for a whimsical, tasty dessert round.

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4:00
AM
Episode 0505

A new group of kid competitors bond over their love of music and food as they prepare dishes for the judges: Food Network's Valerie Bertinelli, ballerina Misty Copeland and chef Chris Santos. First, they find themselves working with beets and octopus in block form in the appetizer round. A salmon-like fish filet in the entree round presents challenges, then the finalists must figure out how to work edible piano keys into their desserts.

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