Thursday, August 3, 2017

Food Network's August 2017 Programming Highlights

Here are some of the highlights of the Food Network programming scheduled to air on the channel in August:
Great Food Truck Race - Source: Multivu
  • The winner of Food Network Star season 13 will be announced on Sunday, August 13th.
  • The series premiere of the heavily advertised I Hart Food on August 14th at 10pm ET.
  • A new season of Chopped: Grill Masters on Tuesday's where the winner will receive $50,000.
  • Guy Fieri traveling the country with his family on an RV in Guy's Family Road Trip which begins Friday, August 18th.
  • A new season of The Great Food Truck Race starting August 20th (I will try to do a post on order of eliminations if the info is out there).
  • A new season of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition starting on August 23rd.  Click here to see the celebrities on this season.
  • A new season of Guy's Grocery Games: Superstars Edition starting August 20th.  Click here to see the superstars on this season.
  • New primetime episodes of Beat Bobby Flay, Chopped Junior, Cooks vs. Cons, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Texas Cake House.
  • New daytime episodes of The Kitchen, The Pioneer Woman and Trisha’s Southern Kitchen.
  The full press release with episode descriptions and air dates is below:


Plus: Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition Returns for a New Season Has the Ultimate Recipes and Party Tips for Summer Entertaining

NEW YORK – July 6, 2017­ – Food Network keeps the summer party going with all-new series and tournaments as well as returning favorites. First, Ted Allen and the judges are heating up the grill for the tournament premiere of Chopped Grill Masters on Tuesday, August 1st at 10pm where four sets of grill masters will have the chance to compete for a spot in the finale and the $50,000 grand prize. Next up, one Food Network Star hopeful will have the chance to re-enter the competition on the special Food Network Star: Star Salvation on Sunday, August 6th at 8pm leading up to the season finale of Food Network Star on Sunday, August 13th at 9pm when Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis crown the newest member of the Food Network family. Then, digital star Hannah Hart is taking her sense of humor and love of food on the road as she samples the country’s most popular dishes on the series premiere of I Hart Food on Monday, August 14th at 10pm. Next, Guy Fieri is loading his whole family into his RV for a cross country trip filled with iconic locations and delicious food on the series premiere of Guy’s Family Road Trip on Friday, August 18th at 9pm. Tyler Florence then returns with a new season of The Great Food Truck Race on Sunday, August 20th at 9pm where seven new teams will compete for the $50,000 grand prize. Next, Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray return to the kitchen to school culinary-challenged celebrities on the season premiere of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition on Wednesday, August 23rd at 9pm. On Sunday, August 27th at 8pm, it’s the premiere of Guy’s Grocery Games: Superstars where eight superstar chefs go head-to-head in the aisles of Flavortown Market in a no-holds-barred tournament. Don’t miss primetime premieres of Beat Bobby Flay, Chopped Junior, Cooks vs. Cons, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Texas Cake House. In daytime, don’t miss premiere episodes of The Kitchen, The Pioneer Woman and Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. has everything from Labor Day party tips to back to school recipes. Join the Food Network conversation on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat Discover.


Beat Bobby Flay
Premiering Thursday, August 3rd at 10pm – “Bear-Ware”
The “Bear,” Hal Holden-Bache, stands against model-turned-chef Derek Orrell in an all-out culinary battle. Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and The Chew’s Daphne Oz will decide which chef gets the chance to take down Bobby Flay.

Premiering Thursday, August 10th at 10pm – “Green, White and Red”
Little Italy is in the house when Naples-born Raffaele Ronca goes up against Italian expert Ken Vedrinski. Worst Cooks in America’s Anne Burrell and Chopped’s Scott Conant bring their expertise to the arena to get Bobby Flay beat!

Premiering Thursday, August 17th at 10pm – “Chop Chop”
Amanda Freitag and Jet Tila are ready to compete, as they pit Italian chef Fabio Mura against Miami chef Nicole Votano. It’s up to them to decide who has the chops to bring Bobby Flay down in his own kitchen.

Premiering Thursday, August 24th at 10pm – “Familiar Names and Faces”
Ted Allen and Sunny Anderson step into the arena, but this time they’re switching things up to ensure a win. They’ve brought in Bobby Flay’s friend and chef, Stephen Kalt, and Marc Vetri’s protégé, Brad Spence, in hopes of knocking Bobby down a peg or two.

Premiering Thursday, August 31st at 10pm – “International Showdown”
The Kitchen’s Katie Lee and Chopped’sMarcus Samuelsson hold nothing back as they aim to get Bobby Flay beat. They take no chances with Canada’s own Alida Solomon and Italian-born Pasquale Cozzolino.

Online, find out what it takes to Beat Bobby Flay, where Food Network’s own chefs reveal the skills and tactics needed to defeat Bobby. You can also check out behind-the-scenes photos and videos, relive highlights, tour the set and much more. Join the conversation with #BeatBobbyFlay.

Chopped Grill Masters

Premiering Tuesday, August 1st at 10pm – “Grill Masters: Battle 1” – TOURNAMENT PREMIERE!
Live-fire cooking, life-changing stakes! In this $50,000 five-part tournament, grilling’s greatest go big in a spectacular outdoor kitchen. First basket out of the gate challenges four determined competitors with a weird pie and a beautiful cut of pork. A vegan product counters the giant beef ribs in the entrée basket, and the judges are impressed when they see a chef making a creative choice for their dessert basket, but will the innovative idea result in a tasty plate?
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Myron Mixon, Marc Murphy

Premiering Tuesday, August 8th at 10pm – “Grill Masters: Battle 2”
A second group of grill masters is in hot pursuit of the $50,000 grand prize. The chefs discover something stuffed and something smoked in the appetizer basket. Double proteins make the entrée a carnivore’s dream, and the two competitors who make it to the dessert basket find ways to make beans the center of their sweet dishes.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Scott Conant, Tiffani Faison, Marc Murphy

Premiering Tuesday, August 15th at 10pm – “Grill Masters: Battle 3”
Four new grill masters are confident they can be the best and advance to the Grand Finale! In the appetizer basket, the party gets started with a frozen daiquiri and plating timing doesn’t work out well for one of the chefs. A fatty protein and an odd-colored ice cream are part of the challenge in the second round. In the dessert basket birthday cake is a festive find for the remaining competitors.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Marcus Samuelsson

Premiering Tuesday, August 22nd at 10pm -“Grill Masters: Battle 4”
Just one spot left for the Grand Finale! A feisty group of chefs is trash talking from the start, but will the vibe change after somebody’s lamb appetizer lands on the chopping block? A “steak” made from a vegetable is one of the surprises the chefs face in the entrée basket. The last two competitors are supremely confident, but their knowledge of dragon fruit and mesquite powder could play a role in who grills the best dessert.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Aaron Franklin, Chris Santos

Premiering Tuesday, August 29th at 10pm – “Grill Masters: Finale Battle” – TOURNAMENT FINALE!
Which of the four incredible grill masters champions will top all and score $50,000 and a Napa Valley vacation? Tiny, celebratory beers help kick off the first round of live-fire cooking, as well as a beautiful rack of boar. As the intensity heats up, s’mores and a delicate vegetable accompany a lean meat on the competitors’ entrée plates. A giant sweet surprise in the dessert basket ensures that the final plates will be colorful and unusual. But whose will taste like 50,000 bucks?
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Amanda Freitag, Marc Murphy, Chris Santos

Online, browse photos of the action, test your grilling skills and watch video highlights. Tell us your ideas for grilling the mystery basket ingredients using #Chopped.

Chopped Junior

Premiering Tuesday, August 29th at 8pm – “Farm Fun”
From the farm to the chopping block! A new batch of junior chefs get to work with farm-fresh ingredients, starting with pork and blue cheese in the appetizer round. Milk must be combined with purple produce in an exciting entrée course, then an ingredient in the dessert basket comes with directions.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Jenna Brownell, Marc Murphy, Giorgio Rapicavoli

Online, super fans can find a huge treat with entertaining behind-the-scenes footage of the talented kid chefs and all their antics in between takes. Additionally, hear from the amazing panel of judges in interviews captured on set and upgrade your brown-bag lunch with ideas captured from the competition. Join the conversation on Twitter using #ChoppedJunior.

Cooks vs. Cons

Premiering Wednesday, August 2nd at 10pm – “The Whole Enchilada”
In round one, the cooks and cons must create their best enchilada dishes incorporating cereal to win over host Geoffrey Zakarian and judges Alex Guarnaschelli and Gail Simmons. In the second round, the judges continue to stalk out the contestants’ true identities when choosing who made the best dish using celery.

Premiering Wednesday, August 9th at 10pm – “Not Your Mama’s Meatloaf”
In round one, host Geoffrey Zakarian has the pros and amateurs create spins on the American classic, meatloaf, by adding a little citrus to the mix. Then, the heat is on in round two when the cooks and cons must infuse their dishes with jalapenos to impress judges Carla Hall and Daphne Oz and take home the win.

Premiering Wednesday, August 16th at 10pm – “Open Sesame”
The cooks and cons all vie to be the top seed in round one as host Geoffrey Zakarian and judges Beau MacMillan and Aarti Sequeira try and determine who best fused sesame into the New Orleans classic po’ boy. In round two, the remaining contestants aren’t too sad about cooking their best with blue cheese for a $10,000 prize.

Premiering Wednesday, August 23rd at 10pm – “Iron Chef Shakeup”
Iron Chefs Jose Garces and Alex Guarnaschelli judge round one as the cooks and cons make stuffed mushrooms that incorporate vanilla. In round two, host Geoffrey Zakarian and the Iron Chefs continue to figure out the pros and amateurs while watching the contestants make un-fig-ettable masterpieces with figs.

Premiering Wednesday, August 30th at 10pm – “A Lotta Empanada”
The pros and amateurs go nuts as they create empanadas with hazelnuts in round one. Then, in round two, host Geoffrey Zakarian and judges Josh Capon and Aarti Sequeira are in despair trying to separate the remaining contestants into cooks and cons while they prepare masterpieces with pears.

Online, after incognito home cooks battle undercover culinary pros, fans can catch highlights and quizzes to find out if they could pose as a pro chef. Join the conversation with #CooksVsCons.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Premiering Monday, August 14th at 9pm – “Mex to the Max”
This trip, Guy Fieri is crossing the states to get some south of the border flavor. From Florida to California, Southwest to Midwest, he’s diving into everything from tacos, tamales and tortas to al pastor and pozole. Plus, there are fiery burritos, seafood sensations, puff-tastic tortillas, and regional specialties straight out of the Yucatan. Get ready to max out on Mexican in this flavor fiesta.

Online, go behind-the-scenes with Guy, check out full recipes and scan the best diners, drive-ins and dives across the country. Hop along for the ride on Twitter with #DDD.

Food Network Star

Premiering Sunday, August 6th at 9pm – “Who Wants a Pilot?”
The three remaining finalists learn that they are not the final three, and are in for a shock when a previously eliminated finalist re-enters the competition after winning Star Salvation on With the help of former finalists, the final four competitors must cook the dish of their lives for the privilege of making a pilot. Former Food Network Star winner Eddie Jackson is back to help select the three finalists who will shoot pilots directed by none other than Guy Fieri!

Premiering Sunday, August 13th at 9pm – “The Newest Food Network Star” – SEASON FINALE!
It all comes down to the final week, as Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay watch the Food Network pilots for the final three finalists. Watch what happens behind the scenes of Food Network Star and then find out who joins the Food Network family and is crowned the newest Food Network star!

Online, watch video highlights and learn more about the judges and competitors. Tell us who you think has the most star potential using #FoodNetworkStar.

Food Network Star: Star Salvation – Premiering Sunday, August 6th at 8pm – SPECIAL!
One ousted rival will rejoin the competition, but only if he or she can survive the journey on Star Salvation, hosted by Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and Food Network Star season seven winner Jeff Mauro.

The Great Food Truck Race – Premiering Sunday, August 20th at 9pm – SEASON PREMIERE!
It’s The Great Food Truck Race, where seven of the country’s best and most successful food truck owners team up with friends and family to hit the road and cook their way across America. Each week, host Tyler Florence gives the trucks a limited budget to shop, cook and strategize with. The teams that sell the most food race on to the next round, while the losing team drives home. In the end, one food truck remains, and the team behind the wheel wins the $50,000 grand prize. It’s a high-stakes, cross-country adventure full of beautiful scenery, big characters and delicious food!

Premiering Sunday, August 20th at 9pm – “Battle for The South: The Big ‘Not So Easy'”
Seven teams with dreams of running their own food trucks arrive to the streets of the French Quarter in New Orleans, where they meet host Tyler Florence. For their first challenge, the teams must create their own version of a beignet and sell it in the French Market, adding whatever money they earn to their seed money. The teams shop and hit the streets to sell, quickly finding out that running a food truck is harder than they thought! In the second challenge, the teams must impress New Orleans celebrity chef Susan Spicer by creating a dish inspired by the popular Hurricane drink. One team is eliminated and six make it closer to the finish line and the grand prize of $50,000.

Premiering Sunday, August 27th at 9pm – “Battle for the South: New Marching Orders”
The remaining six teams arrive at the Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida to receive their next marching orders. For the first challenge, the highest grossing teams from the first leg of the race get to pick teams to work with to feed some hungry service members. The teams with the favorite dish get $200 added to their final till. Next, they hit the streets of Pensacola to sell their dishes, but find out about a chance for immunity when Tyler Florence challenges them to make the most profits off a dish featuring the special of the day, a full fresh red snapper.

Online, meet the competing teams and browse photo highlights of the challenges. Tell us who you think should take home the grand prize using #GreatFoodTruckRace.

Guy’s Family Road Trip – Premiering Friday, August 18th at 9pm – SERIES PREMIERE!
Guy Fieri and his family load up their RV for an American rite of passage: a family road trip from sea to shining sea. From quirky festivals and campfire cooking to national parks and roadside attractions, Guy, his wife Lori, and his sons Hunter and Ryder will dig right into America’s signature dishes, landscapes and experiences. They’ll pit stop for great food, big adventure, iconic locations and crazy characters — discovering the country at its finest.

Premiering Friday, August 18th at 9pm – “The Fieris Go to Griswald”
Guy Fieri and his family hit the wide-open road for a classic American summer vacation: a coast-to-coast road trip in search of iconic landscapes, epic adventures and delicious eats. The first leg takes the Fieris from their home in northern California to Lake Tahoe, California, where decadent Belgian waffles fuel a day of mountain biking. Then they get a bird’s eye view of American ingenuity at the Hoover Dam before grabbing traditional Mexican mole and homemade salsa at Guy’s restaurant in Laughlin, Nevada. Later in Flagstaff, Arizona, the Fieris get to taste the red and green chiles at the local Chile Festival. They finish it all off with a cold glass of mead brewed with local wildflower honey.

Premiering Friday, August 25th at 9pm – “Wild West Canyons and Cookouts”
Guy Fieri and his family continue their coast-to-coast road trip in Flagstaff, Arizona, where they head to a farmer’s market where they find fresh organic chicken and roasted green chiles. Then they fly through the Grand Canyon and cook up a homemade chicken taco dinner on a Lake Powell houseboat. After some quirky stops along legendary Route 66, they land in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to explore American’s most traditional food, the so-called “Three Sisters crops” of corn, beans and squash, grown by the Native Americans of the Southwest.

Online, see photos of Fieri family’s summer vacation and get ideas for your own road trip. Share your summer vacation highlights using #GuysFamilyRoadTrip.

Guy’s Grocery Games

Premiering Sunday, August 13th at 8pm – “GGG Juniors”
When four culinary juniors come to Flavortown, someone could get schooled. First up, the kids use items from Flavortown’s sample tables to make a ‘School Lunch Remix.’ Next, our young chefs weigh their options of ingredients in their ‘International Dishes’. In the end, only one junior will earn a chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000!
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt, Brandi Milloy, Damaris Phillips

Premiering Sunday, August 20th at 8pm – “Cheesier”
Four cheese-loving chefs compete in three, ooey-gooey games for a chance to win all the cheddar, $20,000. First, the chefs must shop for ingredients for an ‘Ultimate Cheesy Dish’ using Kiddie Carts!’ Next, the chefs have to flip the beloved “Mac N’ Cheese” into an ‘Elegant Cheese Dish.’ The final two chefs try to melt the judges’ hearts with their ‘Signature Cheese Dish’ featuring pork rinds!
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Troy Johnson, Aaron May, Aarti Sequeira

Online, fans can relive the top moments of the tournament, test their supermarket trivia smarts, collect shopping and cooking tips from the judges, and much more. Join the conversation on Twitter using #GroceryGames.

Guy’s Grocery Games: Superstars

Premiering Sunday, August 27th at 8pm – “Guy’s Superstar Tournament Part 1” – TOURNAMENT PREMIERE!
Eight of America’s best celebrity chefs, Rocco DiSpirito, Elizabeth Faulkner, Tregaye Fraser, Alex Guarnaschelli, Antonia Lofaso, Brian Malarkey, Marcel Vigneron and Justin Warner, are competing against each other in a no-holds-barred $40,000 tournament! First, our Superstars confront every shopper’s mortal enemy, the Express Lane! But since they’re the best, Guy Fieri gives them an extreme limitation, four ingredients or less, to make their ‘Best Italian Dish.’ The bottom two chefs must go head-to-head in the single-elimination Redemption Round, making a ‘Seafood Feast’ using one ingredient from each and every aisle. In the end, one chef exits while the others stay alive in this five-part tournament that will earn one chef big money for charity!
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Troy Johnson, Carl Ruiz, Aarti Sequeira

Online, fans can relive the top moments of the tournament, test their supermarket trivia smarts, collect shopping and cooking tips from the judges, and much more. Join the conversation on Twitter using #GroceryGames.

I Hart Food – Premiering Monday, August 14th at 10pm – SERIES PREMIERE!
Hannah Hart has over five-million followers on social media, a killer sense of humor, a passion for food and she’s taking a flavor-filled journey to some of the country’s favorite regional food spots in I Hart Food. In the six-episode series, food enthusiast Hannah follows her appetite to discover incredible local dishes and awesome conversations. From investigating Santa Fe’s fiery fixation with green and red chilies to catching New England lobsters with her bare hands in Portland, Maine, Hannah’s food adventures explore every angle of these local specialties and the stories behind them.

Premiering Monday, August 14th at 10pm – “Santa Fe”
Hannah is headed to Santa Fe, New Mexico, a city where both the temperature and the food gets hot. Whether it’s a New Mexican classic like a chile relleno, or an American classic like the hamburger, every delectable dish is smothered in red or green chilies. Hannah is touring through this flavorful city and showing us that spice makes everything nice!

Premiering Monday, August 21st at 10pm – “Asheville”
Traditional southern food like fried chicken and BBQ is just about everywhere in the south. But in Asheville, North Carolina, they put a unique twist on their southern cooking. Hannah is headed to Asheville to taste a variety of unique southern recipes like Mongolian BBQ lamb ribs, tandoori fried chicken and blueberry BBQ sauce.

Premiering Monday, August 28th at 10pm – “Portland”
Hannah is headed to Portland, Maine, a city famous for its fresh lobster. She’s tasting it every which way – on a roll with mayo, sauced-up in an Italian spaghetti and sautéed in some Thai spices. Hannah even catches her own lobster, something you’ve got to sea to believe.

Online, follow Hannah Hart’s travels, see photo highlights and find out how you can visit her stops. Join the conversation with #IHartFood.

Texas Cake House

Premiering Monday, August 7th at 9pm – “Starry Starry Fight”
The stars are out in force! The Museum of Science and Technology wants a space cake to celebrate their second birthday, inspiring Natalie Sideserf to create a celestial body out of cake and edible glow-in-the-dark paint. Back on earth, the Sideserfs are star struck when they meet the ladies of the Austin roller derby league, who challenge them to create a cake for an upcoming match that will knock them out.

Premiering Monday, August 7th at 9:30pm – “Zen and the Art of Cakes” – SEASON FINALE!
Keep Austin Beautiful orders a cake as a thank you for the thousands of volunteers who will spend the day cleaning up Austin’s waterways, so Natalie and Dave Sideserf bake and sculpt two giant koi fish that must fit together perfectly to create a yin yang effect. Meanwhile, the Austin Dance Fest is hosting its first ever youth dance contest and wants a decadent chocolate cake to honor the kids.

Online, see how Natalie and Dave Sideserf create their incredible cakes. Plus, watch highlights and get baking tips you can use at home. Show us your best baked creations using #TexasCakeHouse.

Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition – Premiering Wednesday, August 23rd at 9pm – SEASON PREMIERE!
Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray are back leading teams of celebrity recruits through a rigorous culinary Boot Camp. They only have eight weeks to turn these kitchen disasters into kitchen masters, but in the end, only one celebrity will earn $25,000 for the charity of their choice.

Online, learn more about the famous faces competing for kitchen glory. Plus, watch video highlights, see photos from the challenges and take quizzes to improve your cooking. Tell us who your favorite celeb is using #WorstCooks.


The Kitchen – Premiering Saturdays at 11am
Spend a fun and food-filled morning in The Kitchen with hosts Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. These five talented food experts will bring fun conversation and delicious recipes into your kitchen every week. From simple supper ideas to the latest food trends, they will cover all things fun in food. Pull up a stool at the counter and join them in The Kitchen.

Online, access all the co-hosts’ cooking short-cuts, recipes and tips. Whether you need menu inspiration for an upcoming party or want to remake the ingredients already stowed in your pantry, has you covered. Also, bookmark new recipes and advice, browse behind-the-scenes photos, take audience polls and much more. Join the conversation in #TheKitchen.

The Pioneer Woman

Premiering Saturday, August 12th at 10am – “16 Minute Meals: On Standby”
Ree Drummond is sharing four favorite 16-minute standby meals. First, snappy Thai Beef with Peppers and an incredibly Quick and Easy Roasted Red Pepper Pasta, both starring pantry staples. Then she’s cooking fast and light with Heavenly Hummus Wraps and taking tasty shortcuts with Apple Peanut Butter Delights, a delicious freezer-friendly get-ahead snack.

Premiering Saturday, August 19th at 10am – “Kids in the Kitchen”
The Drummond kids are in the kitchen for a fun collection of culinary collaborations. First, Paige and Bryce are getting creative with make-your-own own Grilled Fruit Pizza, then the kids and cousins are pitching in on a great birthday Strawberry Shortcake Cake. There’s a mother-daughter reboot of the cutest Marshmallow Pops, and anything goes in a combo of Todd and Crazy Chocolate Bark.

Online, find all Ree’s recipes, watch exclusive video tours of the Drummond ranch and town, peek inside her kitchen and watch full episodes. Join the conversation with #PioneerWoman.

Trisha’s Southern Kitchen

Premiering Saturday, August 19th at 10:30am – “Go Nuts for Doughnuts!”
A trip to Five Daughters Bakery in Nashville inspires Trisha Yearwood to make a doughnut-based menu, including Green Onion Cheddar Doughnuts, Doughnut Grilled Cheese, Tortellini Soup and an Iced Cafe Bombon. After the women at the shop help Trisha make doughnuts, she brings them to her kitchen to experiment and shares Galaxy Doughnuts with the crew.

Premiering Saturday, August 26th at 10:30am – “Camp Trisha”
Trisha Yearwood has always wanted to go camping with her glam squad, but the great outdoors can sometimes be not-so-great. Instead, she has invited them to Camp Trisha in her own backyard, with notched up versions of campfire favorites including Filet Mignon Chili, Grilled Corn with Jalapeno Butter, S’mores Fondue and Campfire Cocktails. With all the amenities of home, Trisha’s making camp a luxurious experience!

Online, find all Trisha’s southern-style recipes, watch highlights from the show, tour her Nashville kitchen and go behind the scenes. Join the conversation on Twitter using #SouthernKitchen.


Cook with Kids Weekend – Premiering Saturday, August 19th 7am-1pm & Sunday, August 20th 7am-2pm
Make the next trip to the kitchen a family affair with kid-friendly cooking shows. Premiere episodes include:

Premiering Saturday, August 19th at 10am – The Pioneer Woman – “Kids in the Kitchen”
Premiering Saturday, August 19th at 10:30am – Trisha’s Southern Kitchen – “Go Nuts for Doughnuts!”
Premiering Saturday, August 19th at 11am – The Kitchen


Back to School
Everyone knows a home cook’s toughest critics are their kids. So is going back to basics with back to school fare that’s simple, wholesome and 100% kid-approved! Food Network’s top talent share healthy, hearty meals to make the morning fuel-up fun, like open faced banana cinnamon toasts, egg in a hole, and spiced apple cider muffins.

Grilling Central
Check’s ultimate summer destination. Whether you’re throwing an outdoor barbecue or a casual weeknight meal, we’ve got recipes and tips to make this your best summer yet.

Labor Day
Savor the end of summer with an all-star Food Network potluck, plus steaks, burgers on the grill and fruit crumbles.


Summer Entertaining
Find all the seasonal recipes you’ll need for casual get-togethers, last-minute fetes, potlucks, barbecues and picnics.

Summer Produce Guide
Cook with the freshest summer produce, like zucchini, tomatoes, watermelon and peaches with in-season recipes and tips from Food Network chefs.

Summer Weeknight Dinners
Get weekday dinners on the table, fast, with easy recipes for chicken, pasta, fish, tacos and salads, plus simple summer sides and desserts.

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