Competitors Battle It Out on Kids Baking Championship, 

Winner Cake All and Worst Cooks in America

Warm Up Winter with Comfort Food Recipes from FoodNetwork.com

NEW YORK – December 20, 2018 – Food Network heats up February with edge-of-your-seat competitions and exciting new episodes of fan-favorites all month long. On Sundays, Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence continue to mentor the remaining recruits in their bid for culinary victory on Worst Cooks in America. Then, on Mondays at 9pm, Kids Baking Championship turns up the heat as Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman carry on their search for the next Kids Baking champion. Following on Mondays at 10pm, Giada De Laurentiis hosts Winner Cake All, featuring four of the best cake-baking teams in the country facing off each episode to create epic cakes for celebrity clients including Olympic medalist Apolo Ohno and comedian Loni Love. Also, in primetime, catch premieres of Beat Bobby Flay, Chopped, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy’s Grocery Games and Triple D Nation. In daytime, don’t miss premiere episodes of Giada Entertains, Girl Meets Farm, Guy’s Ranch Kitchen, The Kitchen, The Pioneer Woman and Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. FoodNetwork.com is the ultimate guide for Game Day bites, Valentine’s Day treats and winter comfort food. Join the Food Network conversation on Facebook, Instagram,Twitter and Snapchat Discover.


Beat Bobby Flay

  • Premiering Sunday, February 3rd at 11pm – “Old Friends”

Familiar faces return to the arena when restaurateurs and Beat Bobby Flay judges Michael Psilakis and Einat Admony compete to bring the heat. Food Network’s Ted Allen and Sunny Anderson use their expertise to choose who will be the last chef standing.

  • Premiering Thursday, February 7th at 10pm – “Getting Nutty”

Food sensations Michael Voltaggio and Laura Vitale join forces to teach Bobby Flay a thing or two. They bring along University of Houston chef Alex Brugger and Miami-born Tatiana Rosana to school Bobby on a lesson in defeat!

  • Premiering Thursday, February 14th at 10pm ­– “Choc-O-Love”

Food Network’s Alton Brown and Valerie Bertinelli don’t want a rocky road on the way to beating Bobby Flay. They use their chocolate expertise to decide whether acclaimed pastry chef David Lebovitz or chef-of-all-trades Ryan Scott will be able to melt the master.

  • Premiering Thursday, February 21st at 10pm – “Don’t Drop the Beat (Bobby!)”

Iron Chef Michael Symon and actress Brooke Shields band together to take Bobby Flay down. With Italian chef and restaurateur Carla Pellegrino and Atlanta’s Idris Muhammad on their side, Bobby will be singing a different tune.

  • Premiering Thursday, February 28th at 10pm ­- “Off to the Races”

Chef Josh Capon and sports reporter Carolyn Manno team up to make sure Bobby Flay doesn’t try for a trick play. Haitian chef Jouvens Jean takes on Francophile and Seattle restaurateur Bruce Naftaly to beat Bobby at his own game.

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.


  • Premiering Tuesday, February 5th at 9pm – “Three Cheers for Chocolate!”

Four talented pastry chefs get to make a chocolate feast for the Chopped judges. In the first round of this all-desserts battle, the competitors must make dark chocolate creations that include a prized fruit and a salty snack. The second round is a celebration of judge Martha Stewart‘s favorite variety of chocolate, milk chocolate. And 30 minutes might not be enough time for the last two competitors to get everything they intend to their final plates.

Host: Ted Allen Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Martha Stewart, Geoffrey Zakarian

  • Premiering Tuesday, February 12th at 9pm – “Wonton Wonder”

Four chefs have to get creative with wonton wrappers after finding lowbrow eclairs in the first basket. A can full of cheesy comfort food and a lean bird are on the entree agenda. And a strange pastry is the odd find in the final round — will it be a piece of cake for the final two competitors?

Host: Ted Allen Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Chris Santos, Geoffrey Zakarian

  • Premiering Tuesday, February 19th at 9pm – “Chicken Challenge”

The competitors must stay steady and focused as they take on three chicken-themed rounds in this special competition. The chicken in the first basket looks strikingly strange. Can the chefs make it taste delicious? Another unusual poultry product graces the basket in round two. Will the chefs know just how to treat it? And the chefs nervously wonder what a chicken-themed dessert basket might contain.

Host: Ted Allen Judges: Amanda Freitag, Stephanie Izard, Chris Santos

  • Premiering Tuesday, February 26th at 9pm – “Beer and Brats”

The chefs take part in a Bavarian bash, starting with an appetizer basket that also includes potato chips. The entree basket includes a savory pie that’s fun to say and a flight of beers that’s a blast to taste. Finally, the judges watch to see what the final two chefs can do with beer and brats in their dessert basket.

Host: Ted Allen Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Hans Rockenwagner, Chris Santos

Online, get to know the competitors, browse photos of the action, and watch video highlights. Tell us your ideas for cooking with the mystery basket ingredients using #Chopped.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives & Triple D Nation

  • Premiering Friday, February 1st 9pm – “Triple D Nation: Steak, Sausage and Salami”

It’s meat mayhem and Guy Fieri is checking out a joint known for cheesesteaks and meatballs that have taken over Salt Lake City. Then, a father-son team stays true to their Italian roots in — of all places — Scottsdale, Arizona. And in Omaha, a Triple-D chef’s son pays tribute to his father by carrying on his legacy and his recipes.

  • Premiering Friday, February 8th at 9pm – “‘Round the World Roundup”

This trip, Guy Fieri digs into a world of flavors all over the United States! In Smyrna, Georgia, a doctor-turned-chef fires up amazing Asian from righteous ramen to Korean wings. In Austin, Texas, two buddies turn out their tasty take on tacos. And in Salt Lake City, a couple cooks up lights-out Lebanese for their Utah crowd.

  • Premiering Friday, February 15th at 9pm -“Triple D Nation: Where’s the Beef?”

It’s all about the beef on this trip as Guy Fieri pops into a classic diner in Marietta, Georgia, for a taste of what’s topping the charts these days. Next, it’s on to San Antonio where a carwash-laundromat-kitchen combo is crankin’ out killer burgers. And in Scottsdale, Arizona, there’s a joint pullin’ all their ingredients from their own backyard and giving new meaning to the phrase, “farm to table.”

  • Premiering Friday, February 22nd at 9pm – “Whole Lotta Comfort”

This trip, Guy Fieri dives into hearty helpings of comfort starting with a soul food spot dishing out Southern seafood and killer fried chicken in Atlanta. In Salt Lake City, a funky bar cooks up American-Asian mashups like sushi-style pork belly and short rib grilled cheese sandwiches. And there’s a barbecue joint making monster sandwiches and spot-on smoked burgers in Austin, Texas.

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.

Guy’s Grocery Games

  • Premiering Wednesday, February 6th at 9pm – “GGG Iron Chef Challenge”

Guy Fieri brings three GGG winners back to compete against each other for a chance to go up against GGG’s most feared competitor and judge, Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli. First, Guy picks a letter at random that each ingredient in their first dish must start with. Then, the chefs are tasked with making an international classic without shopping in some key aisles. The lone chef left standing wins an automatic $10,000 and gets to face Iron Chef Guarnaschelli for another $10,000.

Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Richard Blais, Rocco DiSpirito, Alex Guarnaschelli

  • Premiering Wednesday, February 13th at 9pm – “Cookin’ Couples”

Ever wonder if a chef’s culinary prowess rubs off on their better half? Guy Fieri is welcoming three couples to Flavortown to prove how much culinary knowledge they really have. First, the chefs are forced to sit and watch as their significant others shop for Sunday night dinner. Then Guy gives out his own list of ingredients and a shopping time limit for a wedding dinner. In the end, only one couple will win a shopping spree for up to $20,000.

Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Richard Blais, Beau MacMillan, Aarti Sequeira

  • Premiering Wednesday, February 20th at 9pm – “Ultimate Protein Battle”

Five masters of their own protein — beef, chicken, pork, seafood and veggies — collide in a battle for protein supremacy. Right off the bat, Guy Fieri gives them 20 minutes to make something between buns, and then they get a helping hand with a list of ingredients to use in a regional dish. The chefs in the final round get only eight ingredients to make their dinner dishes, and one protein master will best the others and win a guaranteed $20,000.

Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Cat Cora, Rocco DiSpirito, Crista Luedtke

  • Premiering Wednesday, February 27th at 9pm – “Big Cheese”

Rich, delicious and luxurious… That’s right, cheese is back in Flavortown as 3 cheese pros return to test their talents against some of GGG’s cheesiest chefs. After 2 rounds of combat, the chef left standing will go on to face-off against Flavortown’s Cheese Champ himself: Eric Greenspan! Which fromage fanatic can take out the others and win an automatic $20,000?

Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Amanda Freitag, Jet Tila, Justin Warner

Online, learn more about the judges, see photo highlights and test your knowledge of Flavortown Market. Fans can tell us which games are their favorite using #GroceryGames.

Kids Baking Championship

  • Premiering Monday, February 4th at 9pm – “Opposites Attract”

Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman put the eight young bakers in teams and challenge them to each make half a cake that combines with their teammate’s half-cake to make a whole cake representing an opposites theme like fire and ice, night and day, land and sea or big and small.

  • Premiering Monday, February 11th at 9pm – “Freaky Flavors”

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.

  • Premiering Monday, February 18th at 9pm – “Monkey See, Monkey Bake”

Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman know that sometimes you can make something extraordinary out of ingredients you have at home. They challenge the six young bakers to turn packaged biscuit dough into dramatic and delicious monkey bread volcanoes.

  • Premiering Monday, February 25th at 9pm – “Let’s Taco About Baking”

Dessert impostors come in all shapes and sizes, so Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge the five young bakers to make sweet dessert tacos that look like the real thing.

Online, go behind the scenes with judges Duff and Valerie and learn more about the talented kids competing for $25,000. Plus, browse photo galleries and watch videos inspired by the show. Join the conversation on social media using #KidsBakingChampionship.

Winner Cake All

  • Premiering Monday, February 4th at 10pm – “Guy’s Grocery Cakes”

Giada De Laurentiis challenges the baking teams to create a cake decoration that looks like their favorite celebratory feast. After one team is sent home, the three remaining teams get a message from their VIP client, Guy Fieri. He’s throwing a party for his crew to celebrate the 250th episode of Guy’s Grocery Games, and he has sent longtime GGG judge Aarti Sequeira and his son, Hunter, to ask the bakers to make an epic, GGG-themed cake for the celebration. Cakes collapse, and heads roll before one team takes home $10,000 and the honor of serving their cake to Guy and his crew.

  • Premiering Monday, February 11th at 10pm – “Michael Symon Needs A Cake”

Las Vegas is synonymous with celebrating, so Giada De Laurentiis challenges the baking teams to make Vegas-themed cake decorations. One team is sent home, and the three remaining teams get to meet their VIP client, Chef Michael Symon. He’s opening a new restaurant in Las Vegas called Mabel’s, and he wants a cake for the big opening event that embodies everything his barbecue joint is about — meat, bourbon, good times and good food. The stakes are high when the bakers have to make a cake for an Iron Chef, but one team rises to the challenge and walks away with $10,000.

  • Premiering Monday, February 18th at 10pm – “Apolo Ohno Says Oh Yes to A Cake!”

Giada De Laurentiis challenges four of the best cake-making teams to make anniversary-themed cake decorations. Only three teams are successful enough to move on to the second round, where they meet their VIP client, Olympic medalist Apolo Ohno. He asks the bakers to make a combination anniversary and birthday cake for his girlfriend, Bianca. The bakers’ cakes need to capture everything important to this couple, from traveling the world to their puppy, Sesame. Apolo and Bianca choose one cake to serve at their party and award that team the $10,000 prize.

  • Premiering Monday, February 25th at 10pm – “Loni Love Means Funny Business!”

Giada De Laurentiis challenges the baking teams to create a performance-themed cake decoration. The curtain closes on one team, and the remaining teams get to meet their VIP client, comedian Loni Love. She’s helping throw a 55th anniversary party for The Improv, the club where many comedy legends got their start, and she asks the bakers to wow her with an epic cake that captures the spirit of comedy and The Improv. One team wins $10,000 and the honor of serving their cake at the legendary venue.

Online, get exclusive behind-the-scenes photos and insider videos with Giada and the celebrity clients. On Food Network’s Instagram, Giada and the judges will be challenged to a series of “Beat the Heat” games. Find out who can crack the most eggs in 30 seconds and who can stack and frost a cake the fastest! Join in on the conversation using #WinnerCakeAll.

Worst Cooks in America

  • Premiering Sunday, February 3rd at 9pm – “Spice Up Your Life”

The recruits begin by getting up-close and personal with their spice cabinets in a Skill Drill game that requires the teams to identify various commonly used spices. Next, they must make their very own spice rubs in hopes of impressing the chefs. For the main dish challenge, the chefs teach their recruits how to make an Indian-inspired curry dish. The recruits who can’t master their spices will be asked to leave boot camp.

  • Premiering Sunday, February 10th at 10pm – “Carnival Chaos”

After finding that boot camp has been turned into a carnival, the recruits are asked to participate in a pie-eating contest for the chance to dunk their opponent’s chef. Next, the recruits must make their very own carnival churros tasty enough to impress Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence. For the main dish challenge, the recruits must make good old-fashioned American pies with ice cream and whatever fruit they want.

  • Premiering Sunday, February 17th at 9pm – “Aloha, Recruits!”

The recruits begin by embarking on a treasure hunt fit for a pirate when their teams are tasked with discovering clues left for them by pirate captains Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence. Then, the recruits are asked to make poke bowls fit for a swashbuckler before the main dish challenge that converts boot camp into a Hawaiian luau complete with fire dancers. Those who can summon the spirit of the islands with their Hawaiian-inspired dishes will sail toward the finale while the rest must say “aloha” to boot camp.

  • Premiering Sunday, February 24th at 9pm – “In It to Win It”

It’s the penultimate week of boot camp and if the remaining recruits want a spot in the finale, they must first work in teams to play Remote Control Chef. For the main dish challenge, the recruits must prove they are finally ready by recreating the finale dishes of past Worst Cooks finalists. After tasting, Chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence will each pick the recruit they will be taking with them to the finale.

Online, uncover the very best of the worst on Food Network’s social platforms. Catch up with the newest batch of recruits, go behind the scenes of the competition, and learn kitchen tips and tricks from the mentors! Tell us your thoughts on all the kitchen disasters by joining the conversation with #WorstCooks.


Giada’s Entertains

  • Premiering Sunday, February 3rd at 11:30am – “Pre-Game Burger Bash”

Giada De Laurentiis gets in the game day spirit and keeps folks entertained before kickoff by hosting a pre-game burger bash. The backyard party features family fun activities and a massive buffet loaded with Mortadella Meatball Sliders, Giada-fied Burgers, Cacciatore Chips and Chocolate Cookie Cheesecake Dip.

  • Premiering Sunday, February 10th at 11:30am – “Jade’s Chocolate Factory”

Jade loves chocolate just as much as her mother so Giada De Laurentiis is hosting a chocolate-themed Valentine’s Day party for her and her friends. The fancy lunch menu is full of sophisticated and elegant dishes that are also kid friendly including Cheesy Chocolate Ravioli, BFF Shrimp, Roasted Caprese Bites and Chocolate Strawberry Cups. After lunch, the kids prepare decorative, heart-shaped boxes packed with Giada’s Valentine’s Double-Chocolate Bark for their siblings, parents and teachers.

  • Premiering Sunday, February 17th at 11:30am – “Taste of Capri Party”

After a recent trip to Capri, Italy, Giada De Laurentiis hosts a lunch party for her girlfriends that celebrates the island and one of its most inspiring ingredients — the lemon! The menu includes Sole with Lemon Caper Sauce, Lemon Grilled Cheese, Lemon and Chive Risotto and Lemon Basil Sorbet.

  • Premiering Sunday, February 24th at 11:30am– “Jade and Giada Day”

Giada De Laurentiis treats Jade to a special day of mother-daughter fun and a delicious dinner. The menu includes comforting dishes for just the two of them including Pork Braciole, Pan-Fried Lemon Potatoes, Grilled Zucchini Skewers and Lemon Cheesecake Brownies.

Online, Giada shares tips and recipes for planning the perfect party for family and friends anytime of the year. Swap ideas on social using #GiadaEntertains.

Girl Meets Farm

  • Premiering Sunday, February 3rd at 11am – “Big Game”

Molly Yeh’s making a pre-game lunch for a few friends, and it’s full of delicious finger foods like her easy Asian Scotch Eggs and Crispy Oven Fries with Feta Red Pepper Dip. She also prepares Molly’s Mac and Cheese Bar, so her friends can personalize their own dishes. For a sweet bite, she makes Peanut Butter Blondie Ice Cream Sandwiches.

  • Premiering Sunday, February 10th at 11am – “Birthday Boys”

Molly Yeh is celebrating two birthdays on the farm — her husband, Nick, and his dad, Roger. She’s making a lunch menu that features both of their favorites, starting with Nick’s favorite Chicken Shawarma Tacos served with a tasty Moroccan Carrot Salad. Dessert is chocoholic Roger’s dream sweet treat, Chocolate Tahini Cake with Tahini Frosting. Molly also makes them edible gifts with jars of Hazelnut Sugar Cookie Cereal complete with mini heart-shaped cookies and meringues.

Online, try all of Molly’s recipes and watch video exclusives from her kitchen. Over on Food Network’s Facebook and Instagram pages, hear from Molly and get an insider’s look behind the scenes. Weigh in on your favorite dishes using #GirlMeetsFarm!

Guy’s Ranch Kitchen

  • Premiering Saturday, February 2nd at 12:30pm – “Big Game Day”

Guy Fieri has an all-star lineup of chefs cooking game day grub in his ranch kitchen. Alex Guarnaschelli serves finger foods like the classic Pigs in a Blanket and her take on New England’s favorite chocolate sandwich treat, Dark Chocolate Almond Whoopie Pies. Justin Warner makes savory Smoked Cauliflower Bites with Caesar Salad Spread and breaks out the chemistry set to create Spherefied Pickle Back whiskey shots. Marc Murphy takes advantage of the wood-fired oven for a Grilled Flatbread with Wild Mushrooms and an authentic Big Paella with Chicken and Shrimp. And Eric Greenspan makes Spicy Garlic Chicken Wings with Carrot Celery Chow Chow and Blue Cheese and then slathers his melted homemade American cheese all over Chorizo Chili Potato Chip Nachos.

  • Premiering Saturday, February 9th at 12:30pm – “Chocolate Lover’s Supper”

To show that chocolate can be more than just candy bars and desserts, Guy Fieri invites some of his favorite chefs to reveal how versatile cocoa can be. Aarti Sequeira makes Whipped Goat Cheese with Cacao Nibs, Thyme, Black Pepper and Honey on Crostini with Fresh Figs along with a street food favorite, Cauliflower Chaat Salad with a chocolate chutney. Aaron May fuses chocolate with the flavors of the Far East and Mexico in an Asian Duck Confit with Hoisin Mole and Spiced Guacamole, and then he mixes up White Chocolate Whipped Potatoes. Rocco DiSpirito works choco-makeover magic with his Spicy Chocolate Pork and Beans and his Chocolate Monkey Bread. Finally, Duff Goldman fires up the milkshake machine for some decadent Chocolate Malteds and combines a cookie and a brownie to make Brown Butter White Chocolate Blondies.

Online, browse behind-the-scenes photos of your favorite chefs, watch video extras and get the recipes. Use #GuysRanchKitchen to tell us which dishes are your favorite.

The Kitchen – Saturdays at 11am

  • Premiering Saturday, February 2nd at 11am – “Big Game Changers”

The Kitchen is putting new twists on classic game day recipes, starting with Katie Lee‘s Buffalo Chicken Calzone and Sunny Anderson’s Jalapeno Popper Dip. Chef Deuki Hong stops by to make Korean Sloppy Joes, and then the hosts Pass the Italian Nachos. Geoffrey Zakarian makes Creamy Harissa Wings, and Jeff Mauro shares his Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip, followed by a performance by Herb and Spice.

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, FoodNetwork.com 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, February 2nd at 10am – “Quarterback Training”

Ree Drummond is hoping to score big with dinner for the boys after quarterback training. She’s making Ranch Chicken Taquitos with Sour Cream Ranch Dip, hearty Mexican Rice and Beans, Southwestern Broccoli Dippers with Cheese Sauce and a kit for delicious Blueberry Crumble Sundaes.

  • Premiering Saturday, February 9th 10am – “Chocolate Appreciation Day”

Ree Drummond is saying thanks with chocolate, appreciating people on her very own chocolate appreciation day. She makes Mississippi Mud Cake and White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies to start, followed by her Easy Chocolate Tart. She whips up an old-fashioned Chocolate Fridge Roll and drives around delivering the good stuff to some special people, including her best friend, her pastor and the football coach.

  • Premiering Saturday, February 16th at 10am – “Back Office Bash”

At the end of the workday, Ree Drummond and her team are having a casual office-warming party at their new space in town. For the appetizer menu, Ree makes Maple Bacon Dip with Apples, easy Italian Cheese Sticks and Marinara Sauce with a store-bought shortcut and Greek Guacamole with tortilla chips and cucumber rounds. She also has seafood-lovers covered with classic Crab Rangoon Dip and Fried Wontons. Finally, Ree adds some sparkle to the party with glamorous Strawberry Rose Bellinis.

  • Premiering Saturday, February 23rd at 10am – “Drummond Home Cooking”

Ree Drummond is making a special meal to deliver to Beverly, the curator of the Drummond family’s historic home and museum. She makes a delicious, edible thank you package featuring recipes from Addie Drummond, the home’s original owner. Ree mixes her own recipes with originals from Addie, making Grape Lemonade, Old-Fashioned Chicken Stew, Brown Bread and Lemon and Raspberry Cream Cake. Beverly shows Ree the house and some of its treasures and gives her a peek into the life of the original owners.

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, February 2nd at 12pm – “Mandy Moves to the 615”

Trisha Yearwood’s good friend, Mandy, has finally made her home in Nashville. Mandy wants to throw a party in her new backyard and invite all her friends and neighbors, so Trisha is helping host the ultimate housewarming party, complete with the perfect party food. Her menu includes Chicken Wings Two Ways with Sticky Sesame and BBQ Bourbon Dipping Sauces, Veggie and Chorizo Quesadillas, Grilled Pizza on a Stick and a Rainbow Sprinkle Giant Cookie.

  • Premiering Saturday, February 9th at 12pm – “Let’s Be Frank”

After completing an album of Frank Sinatra covers, Trisha Yearwood is inspired to recreate some of the crooner’s favorite Italian meals with her own spin, since Ol’ Blue Eyes hated garlic. Trisha sings some of her favorite Sinatra tunes while sipping Frank’s favorite whiskey and water and making Prosciutto and Cantaloupe Bites with Balsamic and Black Pepper, an Arugula, Mozzarella, Roasted Red Pepper and Mint Salad, Spicy Clams Linguine with Sunday Gravy and, for dessert, Orange Chocolate Cannoli Dip.

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


Big Game Weekend – Saturday, February 2nd 7am-1pm & Sunday, February 3rd 7am-2pm

There is only one way to plan your next blowout sports party and it’s with the help of your favorite Food Network chefs. Premiere episodes include:

  • Premiering Saturday, February 2nd at 10am The Pioneer Woman – “Quarterback Training”
    • Premiering Saturday, February 2nd at 11amThe Kitchen – “Big Game Changers”
    • Premiering Saturday, February 2nd at 12pmTrisha’s Southern Kitchen – “Mandy Moves to the 615”
    • Premiering Saturday, February 2nd at 12:30pmGuy’s Ranch Kitchen – “Big Game Day”
    • Premiering Sunday, February 3rd at 11amGirl Meets Farm – “Big Game”
    • Premiering Sunday, February 3rd at 11:30amGiada Entertains– “Pre-Game Burger Bash”

Chocolate Weekend – Saturday, February 9th 7am-1pm & Sunday, February 10th 7am-2pm

Whether you are looking for a fresh take on a chocolate treat or plans for a romantic dinner for two, Food Network presents a weekend cooking block. Premieres include:

  • Premiering Saturday, February 9th at 10am The Pioneer Woman – “Chocolate Appreciation Day”
    • Premiering Saturday, February 9th at 11amThe Kitchen
    • Premiering Saturday, February 9th at 12pmTrisha’s Southern Kitchen – “Let’s Be Frank”
    • Premiering Saturday, February 9th at 12:30pmGuy’s Ranch Kitchen – “Chocolate Lover’s Supper”
    • Premiering Sunday,February 10th at 11amGirl Meets Farm – “Birthday Boys”
    • Premiering Sunday, February 10th at 11:30amGiada Entertains­ – “Jade’s Chocolate Factory”

Comfort Food Weekend – Saturday, February 23rd 7am-1pm & Sunday, February 24th 7am-2pm

Curl up by the fire and fend off the winter chill with Food Network for two weekend mornings of warm comfort foods. Premiere episodes include:

  • Premiering Saturday, February 23rd at 10am The Pioneer Woman – “Drummond Home Cooking”
    • Premiering Saturday, February 23rdat 11amThe Kitchen
    • Premiering Sunday, February 24th at 11:30amGiada Entertains – “Jade and Giada Day”


Comfort Food 

During the cold winter months, satisfy your craving for hearty food with recipes like meatloaf, casseroles, slow-cooker favorites and homemade cookies. Sample stick-to-your-ribs classics from Sunny Anderson, Ree Drummond and Trisha Yearwood.

Dinner and a Movie

Roll out the red carpet (plus super snacks and menus) for an evening in to celebrate all-star movie events. FoodNetwork.com has got your VIP ticket to Food Network chefs’ best concession-stand classics, party-planning tips, videos and recipes sure to bring rave reviews.

Valentine’s Day

Make Valentine’s Day perfect with the most-romantic recipes for two, including ideas for dinner-menu desserts and more! New recipes include:


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