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Monday, May 17

8:00
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Episode 1206

Following a visit to NASA Johnson Space Center with her husband, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood is inspired to get in the kitchen and make some recipes that are out of this world. Her space-inspired menu starts with Buzzed Aldrin cocktails and includes Deviled Potatoes, Chili Dressed Succotash and Sticky Pepper Glazed Ribs, with Moon Pies for dessert, of course.

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8:30
AM
Episode 1405

Trisha Yearwood and her sister Beth are preparing a travel-friendly meal derived from basic pantry staples to serve as a house-warming welcome for her niece. Her menu includes Grilled Yellow Tomato and Pepper Gazpacho, Instapot Sausage Lasagna, Veggie Ribbon Salad with Any-Nut Herb Pesto and Jam Tart with Salted Butter Cracker Crust.

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9:00
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Episode 1611

Trisha Yearwood hosts singer Caylee Hammack to share stories of their roots and indulge in a menu that takes them back to their days in Georgia. First up, there's BBQ Pulled Pork with Gravy, then a Cheesy Caramelized Onion Bacon Dip that's beyond delicious and Creamed Corn, a classic Southern staple. For dessert, Trisha makes a Peach Melba Pie with Buttermilk Caramel.

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9:30
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Symon's Dinners Cooking Out

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Episode 0119

Michael Symon indulges himself by making two of his favorite recipes: Sausage and Rapini with Ricotta Cavatelli and a Honey Pine Nut Tart for dessert.

10:00
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Episode 1610H

The Kitchen's plates are piled high with pasta, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian's Cacio e Pepe and Jeff Mauro's Spinach, Walnut and Golden Raisin Pesto Pasta. Comedian Kevin Fredericks helps Sunny Anderson make Kevin's Grandma Mac and Cheese, and Chef Christian Petroni stops by to serve his special Spaghetti with Clams. The best new healthy pastas pair perfectly with Katie Lee's Quick Amatriciana Sauce, and Sunny shares a playful German dessert -- Spaghettieis -- that looks like spaghetti but is really an ice cream sundae!

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11:00
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Episode 1608

The Kitchen is sharing shortcuts to stress-free weeknight meals, starting with Katie Lee's One Pot Beef Bourguignon. Jeff Mauro makes a quick and easy Eggplant Parm Cheat Sheet, and Geoffrey Zakarian serves up a showstopping Savory Galette. Cookbook author Elizabeth Heiskell wows with her one-dish dessert, Chocolate Cobbler with Cherry Ice Cream. Food Network Fantasy Kitchen's Scott Conant joins the hosts as they return to culinary basics to answer some frequently asked Kitchen Helpline questions, and then Geoffrey makes a cocktail that will last all week, a big-batch Boulevardier.

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12:00
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Episode 1R1R02

Jeff Mauro has lovingly compiled his go-to brunch favorites. He revisits the other hosts' recipes and creates a Corned Beef Hash Brown Muffuletta that's to die for! Katie Lee Biegel fires up a Smoked Salmon Breakfast Pizza, and Sunny Anderson gets decadent with her Crazy Rich Chicken and Waffles. Guest chef Patrick Connolly impresses with Banana Bread French Toast with Peanut Butter Mousse topping. Jeff dishes up his Corned Beef Hash Benedict with gooey, cheesy Mornay sauce, and Geoffrey Zakarian's Lucky Green Baked Eggs are a huge hit.

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1:00
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Episode 1510

The chefs' first challenge is to see what they can do with a very earthy first basket, including chia seeds and dandelion greens. Then in the entree round, tempeh is the tempting center of every plate. And the two finalists get a local sweetener and a fresh berry from which to make delicious desserts.

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2:00
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Episode 3106

The chefs are surprised with some thrifty, yet uniquely yummy, finds in the baskets, like pork buns and Mexican street corn in the first round. The competitors must pair a pickled product with a fair favorite in their entrees, then some delectable little cakes and an odd sauce make an appearance in the last basket.

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3:00
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Episode 3202

The chefs are tasked with making noodle or pasta dishes from the items in the mystery baskets. In the first round, the competitors get ingredients that seem to point them in an Asian direction, then they crank out fresh pasta in round two. The final round has the chefs using their noodles to try to make desserts that fit the theme.

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4:00
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Episode 0911

Dads are ready to duke it out in the GGG kitchen, but they aren't all smiley faces when they have to decipher a grocery list made up of emoji symbols to make their guilty pleasure. Next, fathers have to make a family favorite using only foods whose price begins with a two. Finally, the dads face off in a game of Grocery Golf to create a Sunday supper that could net one of them up to $20,000!

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5:00
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Episode 1502

It's sur-pie-val of the fittest when four dough throwers compete in a pizza playoff. First, the chefs must cook decadent pizzas featuring the high-priced topping and low-priced cheese chosen by Guy Fieri's Pizza Wheel. Next, they must grab all the ingredients to make a guilty pleasure pizza with their bare hands. Then, the final two are forced to make a pie that's "out of the pizza box" because pizza dough is suddenly out of stock! In the end, only one pizza pro gets the dough -- up to $20,000!

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6:00
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Episode 1802H

Two GGG juggernauts, Alex Guarnaschelli and Rocco DiSpirito, return to compete with their teams of Flavortown regulars in Guy Fieri's most hard-hitting games. In each round, one chef from each team will face off in crazy, tailor-made games to win an advantage for their team in the following round. In the end, only one team will win and be crowned GGG's Supermarket Heavyweight champions.

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7:00
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Episode 2601

Guy Fieri brings Flavortown to the competing all-star chefs by sending them two bulky boxes full of frozen food. In both rounds, the three chefs must convert ice-cold ingredients into dishes that the judges deem delicious, daring and, of course, hot and ready-to-eat. The chef who best turns Guy's perilous presents into housewarming dishes gets the chance to spin the Money Wheel and win up to $20,000 in cold hard cash.

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8:00
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Episode 2411

Guy Fieri's favorite food group is bacon, so he invites four swine-dining chefs to go hog-wild for a shot at $20,000. Over two rounds and a plethora of pork plates, these competitors will have to show up and show snout if they want to win the all-bacon battle.

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9:00
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Episode 403

The competition heads west toward the Rockies as the eight bakers must feature Montana and Idaho's beloved huckleberries in their huckleberry pie-embouche pastry tower for the master challenge. In the bake-off challenge, it's time to get jiggly and honor Utah's state snack -- gelatin -- with a visually stunning creation containing both baked and gelatin components. Host Carla Hall and judges Gesine Prado and Jason Smith evaluate the desserts and give one baker their marching orders.

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10:00
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Episode 207

Say cheese! The competing chefs are making cheese-centric desserts, and grilled cheese is a comforting sight in the first basket, but bringing out its sweet side won't be easy. A snack food that's so nice it was named twice is a curious addition to the round two basket, and a Brie spree is in order in the third round as the two remaining chefs race to outsmart one another in a final cheesy challenge.

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11:00
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Episode 203

Chopped Sweets is no picnic -- even with a picnic theme and baskets packed with summery, outdoorsy ingredients! A juicy fruit in a fun form takes up a lot of space in the first basket. A sweet salad and a savory surprise are part of the challenge in round two, and the judges watch the final competitors closely as they take on a refreshing drink and an unusual cake in the last basket.

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12:00
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Episode 403

The competition heads west toward the Rockies as the eight bakers must feature Montana and Idaho's beloved huckleberries in their huckleberry pie-embouche pastry tower for the master challenge. In the bake-off challenge, it's time to get jiggly and honor Utah's state snack -- gelatin -- with a visually stunning creation containing both baked and gelatin components. Host Carla Hall and judges Gesine Prado and Jason Smith evaluate the desserts and give one baker their marching orders.

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1:00
AM
Episode 207

Say cheese! The competing chefs are making cheese-centric desserts, and grilled cheese is a comforting sight in the first basket, but bringing out its sweet side won't be easy. A snack food that's so nice it was named twice is a curious addition to the round two basket, and a Brie spree is in order in the third round as the two remaining chefs race to outsmart one another in a final cheesy challenge.

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2:00
AM
Episode 203

Chopped Sweets is no picnic -- even with a picnic theme and baskets packed with summery, outdoorsy ingredients! A juicy fruit in a fun form takes up a lot of space in the first basket. A sweet salad and a savory surprise are part of the challenge in round two, and the judges watch the final competitors closely as they take on a refreshing drink and an unusual cake in the last basket.

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3:00
AM
Episode 2411

Guy Fieri's favorite food group is bacon, so he invites four swine-dining chefs to go hog-wild for a shot at $20,000. Over two rounds and a plethora of pork plates, these competitors will have to show up and show snout if they want to win the all-bacon battle.

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4:00
AM
Episode 0606

Duff Goldman and Valerie Bertinelli are cooking up something unusual in the science lab ... it's the freaky flavor tarts challenge! Each of the seven young bakers must create a large tart featuring a freaky flavor like jalapeno, goat cheese, yuzu, pink peppercorn, anise, blue cheese or curry.

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