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Spend a fun and food-filled morning in The Kitchen, with hosts Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. From simple supper ideas, food trend discussions and family meal tips to trivia games and viewer questions, they'll cover all things fun in food.
Porcini-rubbed roast beef and two potato sides, perfect for a holiday party; actress Regina King helps make cheesecake with pomegranate sauce; holiday wreaths made with household items; cranberry lemonade punch cocktail.
A cookie swap party featuring chocolate peppermint whoopie pies, mini sugar cookie tarts and cookie truffles; Duff Goldman demonstrates how to make gingerbread cookies like a pro; eggnog cocktail; packaging holiday cookies.
Emeril Lagasse makes a holiday rack of lamb with apple mint puree; Christmas tree cheese ball; snowman cheese ball; yule log cake; tips for decorating a store-bought gingerbread house; peppermint hot chocolate.
Slow cooker beef stew; oatmeal latte and savory oatmeal risotto with mushroom and mint; the Today Show's Natalie Morales makes her chocolate winter flan; black Russian cocktail.
Start the New Year healthy with Katie Lee's Turkey Bolognese with Veggie Noodles and Jeff Mauro's Beet Burger with Citrus Caper Aioli. Then, find out about some lesser-known healthy ingredients, how much you can eat for a healthy 100-calorie snack, and how to prepare some intimidating healthy foods. Plus, Vegan Chef Chloe Coscarelli makes Chocolate Cupcakes with a secret ingredient, Geoffrey Zakarian whips up a Carrot Ginger Sparkler, and the hosts taste-test the latest water trends.
The Kitchen is bringing breakfast back with Geoffrey Zakarian's Mimosa Sunset cocktail and delicious Baked Eggs with Salami, Mozzarella, Olives and Garlic Bread, plus two recipes that will help add protein to your breakfast. Food Network's Anne Burrell stops by to make Crepes with Mascarpone and Chocolate with a Cherry Compote. Plus, the hosts decode egg cartons, demonstrate quick and easy hacks using a waffle iron and share coffee tricks that will upgrade your morning joe.
Learn what foods you can freeze and save and which you should use now, how to save money in the kitchen with an economical Pork Osso Bucco, and how to make two easy weeknight dinners from Katie Lee and Marcela Valladolid using affordable chicken thighs. Chef Kardea Brown stops by to make Curry Coconut Chickpea Soup, and Geoffrey Zakarian shares the best mix-ins to enhance inexpensive liquor. Plus, demystifying grocery store offers to tell if they actually save you money.
First, it's food stuffed with flavor in Food Network's most-searched recipe, Marcela Valladolid's Picadillo Stuffed Peppers. Then, which popular "stuffed" tools are worth it and two recipes for easy weeknight meals: Geoffrey Zakarian's Goat Cheese and Herb Stuffed Chicken Breast and Sunny Anderson's Ham and Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast. Food blogger Nicole Friday makes Apple, Pear and Walnut Stuffed French Toast, the Kitchen Helpline is stuffed with questions and answers, and Geoffrey makes a Bloody Mary with a stuffed garnish.
Celebrate the big game with a super hero, three ways: Sunny Anderson's Seattle Dog, Jeff Mauro's Eggplant Hero and Katie Lee's Buffalo Chicken Hoagie. Then, a party-planning playbook that won't disappoint guests, and how to create simple handheld snacks, like Jeff's Bourbon Brown Sugar Stuffed Sweet Potato Skins. Grill Master Adrian Davila brings his Pulled Pork all the way from Texas, and we take a look back at the best and funniest Kitchen moments in celebration of the 100th episode!
Escape the cold weather with Sunny Anderson's Pork Kebobs and Baked Pineapple Rice and Marcela Valladolid's Upside-Down Mango Cake. Then, the Kitchen Helpline answers viewer questions to help brighten up winter cooking routines and makeup mogul Bobbi Brown shows how to pamper yourself using pantry items. Take a sweet retreat with Jeff Mauro's Scorpion Bowl cocktail, and Caribbean chef Julius Jackson joins to make his Coconut Shrimp and Mango Sauce.
It's a chocolate lovers' delight with Marcela Valladolid's Decadent Chocolate Devil's Food Cake and new ways to make delicious treats with chocolate bars. Then, how to use instant pudding to make Jeff Mauro's Creme Brulee and Katie Lee's Chocolate Cherry Pudding Pops. Cooking Channel's Rev Run and his wife, Justine, join for Cocoa-Rubbed Strip Steak for Two, and Sunny Anderson whips up a Chocolate Whiskey Martini. Plus, three innovative ways to create edible flower bouquets, and Food Network's Katherine Alford shares the latest chocolate trends.
To celebrate Award Season, Chef Wolfgang Puck shares the most popular after party dish and Jeff Mauro makes a show-stopping Surf and Turf Rib Eye Crostini with Gorgonzola Mousse. Learn new ways to make your appetizers red carpet-ready and throw a party fit for the stars, plus sweet and savory recipes using popcorn. Food Network Magazine's Maile Carpenter previews the latest issue and Katie Lee makes award-winning Strawberry Chocolate Mini Trifles. Then, Geoffrey Zakarian's wife makes a party-perfect cocktail and winners of this year's Golden Spatula Awards are announced!
Katie Lee takes us home to West Virginia, making the ultimate comfort food — her Fried Chicken. Learn the dos and don'ts for deep frying and Southern-style tricks to save time and effort in the kitchen. Sunny Anderson makes a comforting side of Easy Baked Sweet Corn and Katie whips up a Sweet Tea Cocktail. Lazarus Lynch from the digital series 'Son of a Southern Chef' stops by to make a crowd-pleasing 'Bama Chocolate Mousse, and the hosts give their verdict on fried, decadent foods.
Katie Lee Joel(Host)
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