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Food Network's August 2016 Programming Highlights

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A little late with this, but here are some of the highlights of the Food Network programming scheduled to air on the channel in August:
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  • The Chopped Grill Masters Napa finale which already aired and Sophina Uong won $50,000.
  • The series premiere of Food Network Star Kids on Monday, August 22nd at 8pm.
  • A Chopped Teen Tournament starting on Tuesday, August 23rd at 10pm with the grand prize being $25,000.
  • Cutthroat Kitchen - Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton's revenge begins on Wednesday, August 24th at 10pm.  The episode descriptions do not have the competitors, but there are three Food Network Star alums on this - Rue Rusike, Aaron Crumbaugh, and Emilia Cirker. (Link)
  • A family edition of The Great Food Truck Race that begins on Sunday, August 28th at 9pm.
  • The premiere of Guy's Superstar Grocery Games on Sunday, August 28th at 8pm.  Eight celebrity chefs will compete until there are four chefs remaining.  The final four will compete for $40,000 for their charity.
  • The series premiere of daytime show Smollett Eats Saturday, August 20th at 12:30pm. 
  • New primetime episodes of Beat Bobby Flay, Cake Wars, Chopped, Chopped After Hours, Chopped Junior, Cooks vs. Cons, Cupcake Wars, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy’s Grocery Games
  • New daytime episodes of Brunch @ Bobby's, Giada in Italy, The Kitchen, Patricia Heaton Parties, The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen and Valerie’s Home Cooking


A press release with episode descriptions and air dates is below:



**FOOD NETWORK AUGUST 2016 HIGHLIGHTS**

COMPETITORS GO FOR THE GOLD IN AUGUST WITH THE SEASON PREMIERES OF CAMP CUTTHROAT 2: ALTON’S REVENGE, THE GREAT FOOD TRUCK RACE AND GUY’S SUPERSTAR GROCERY GAMES

Plus: Culinary Whiz Kids Step into the Spotlight in Food Network Star Kids and Celebrity Siblings Serve Up Delicious Meals in Smollett Eats

FoodNetwork.com Closes Out Summer with the Perfect Labor Day Entertaining Tips and Back to School Recipes the Kids Will Love

NEW YORK – July, 2016 – Summer may be winding down in August, but the competition is just getting started on Food Network with all-new series, returning favorites and fierce tournaments that will pit the best of the best against each other in epic culinary showdowns. First, it’s the tournament finale of Chopped Grill Masters Napa on Tuesday, August 2nd at 10pm when the final four battle it out for a chance to win the $50,000 grand prize. Next up, kids take over the kitchen in their bid for stardom in the series premiere of Food Network Star Kids on Monday, August 22nd at 8pm, where young, talented competitors will compete for the chance to be the first-ever Food Network Star Kids champion! The teens are also taking it to the next level on the premiere of Chopped Teen Tournament on Tuesday, August 23rd at 10pm when Ted Allen and the judges will test their culinary skills for the chance to win the grand prize of $25,000. Then, Alton Brown is back as the dispenser of sabotages and master of mayhem in the tournament premiere of Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton’s Revenge on Wednesday, August 24th at 10pm putting chefs through the most torturous set of sabotages yet, all while battling the unpredictable elements of the outdoors. Next up, Guy Fieri is putting eight top celebrity chefs through an epic five-week competition of the most intense games ever in the tournament premiere of Guy’s Superstar Grocery Games on Sunday, August 28th at 8pm. Then, Tyler Florence returns for a family edition of The Great Food Truck Race on the season premiere Sunday, August 28th at 9pm, putting teams comprised of family members through the ringer as they cook and serve their way through southern California, racing from theme parks to food festivals. Food Network is also serving up primetime premieres of Beat Bobby Flay, Cake Wars, Chopped, Chopped After Hours, Chopped Junior, Cooks vs. Cons, Cupcake Wars, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy’s Grocery Games. In daytime, The Smolletts, known for their work on screen, are giving fans a seat at the dinner table along with friends, family and of course all six siblings! Don’t miss a second as they break down the best BBQ dishes, Italian feasts, and family recipes on the series premiere of Smollett Eats Saturday, August 20th at 12:30pm. Then, Bobby Flay is back to giving viewers a taste of his favorite meal – brunch! – on the season premiere of Brunch @ Bobby’s on Sunday, August 28th at 12:30pm. Also premiering in daytime are new episodes of Giada in Italy, The Kitchen, Patricia Heaton Parties, The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen and Valerie’s Home Cooking. FoodNetwork.com helps make the transition back to school a whole lot easier with kid friendly recipes, lunch options and after school snacks, but of course not before serving up fun, new meals to help close summer with a bang! Join the Food Network conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

PRIMETIME PREMIERE EPISODES

Beat Bobby Flay

Premiering Thursday, August 4th at 10pm – “So Many Obstacles”
Chef Anne Burrell and Olympian Apolo Ohno are going for the gold as they pit Italian chef Michele Castelli against New England chef Brian Miller. It’s up to them to pick the strongest culinary athlete they think can torch Bobby Flay!

Premiering Thursday, August 11th at 10pm – “Age Is Just A Number”
The Kitchen’s Sunny Anderson is teaming up with Grammy award-winner Kimberly Schlapman to add one more award to her mantle: the Beat Bobby Flay Award! They’re pulling out all the stops with seasoned chef Kevin Des Chenes and one of the youngest Beat Bobby Flay competitors to date, chef Jenny Dorsey.

Premiering Thursday, August 18th at 10pm – “Who’s Got This in the Bag?”
It’s personal for Maine restaurateur Mark Gaier, who’s here to redeem his partner’s prior loss to Bobby Flay, but chef and caterer Christopher Covelli isn’t going down without a fight. Here to pick sides are Bobby’s frenemies, Extra Virgin co-host and actress Debi Mazar and Cutthroat Kitchen judge Jet Tila.

Premiering Thursday, August 25th at 10pm – “Roll With The Punches”
West Coast boys, Cutthroat Kitchen judge Simon Majumdar and Chef Curtis Stone, are here to take down the king of the East Coast. They’ve brought in chefs Perry Cheung and Richard Mancini with one goal in mind: to knock out Bobby Flay.

Online, find out what it takes to beat Bobby when Food Network chefs reveal the skills and tactics needed to defeat him. Check out behind-the-scenes photos and videos, relive highlights, tour the set and much more. Join the conversation with #BeatBobbyFlay.

Cake Wars

Premiering Monday, August 1st at 9pm – “Halo”
Get ready for the biggest battle the gaming world has ever seen, as four incredible bakers create action-packed cakes celebrating one of the biggest video games in the world, Halo! Guest judge Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, Microsoft’s director of programming, joins host Jonathan Bennett andjudges Ron Ben-Israel and Waylynn Lucas to help determine which cake creation will blast off to the Halo World Championship and take home $10,000.

Premiering Monday, August 8th at 9pm – “Madeline”
The bravest little redhead is coming from Paris to Cake Wars! Four amazing cake artists battle to have their cake at the center of a party celebrating Madeline, but only one will journey home with $10,000! Kate Clark, the founder of Yottoy, joins as guest judge alongside host Jonathan Bennett andjudges Ron Ben-Israel and Waylynn Lucas.

Premiering Monday, August 15th at 9pm – “Jelly Belly”
It’s the most colorful and flavor-filled Cake Wars battle ever, as four incredible bakers battle it out to have their cake creation as the centerpiece of a party celebrating Jelly Belly! Four bakers go to war, but only one can take home $10,000. Lisa Rowland Brasher, CEO of Jelly Belly, is on hand with host Jonathan Bennett andjudges Ron Ben-Israel and Waylynn Lucas to help choose the winner.

Premiering Monday, August 22nd at 9pm – “Paddington”
Paddington the Bear is onto his next adventure, bringing his old hat and battered suitcase to visit Cake Wars! Four bakers will battle to have their cake creation at the center of a party celebrating the 90th anniversary of Paddington the Bear, and R.W. Alley, the illustrator of Paddington, will help host Jonathan Bennett andjudges Ron Ben-Israel and Waylynn Lucas choose who wins $10,000.

Premiering Monday, August 29th at 9pm – “Where’s Waldo” – SEASON FINALE!
Grab your walking sticks and red-and-white striped shirts and get ready for a globe-trotting adventure as Cake Wars takes on Where’s Waldo. Four amazing bakers battle it out to have their cake creations at the center of a party celebrating everyone’s favorite hard-to-find traveler, Waldo, but only one can win $10,000. Brian Robinson, Dreamworks Animation’s head of creative design and development, joins host Jonathan Bennett andjudges Ron Ben-Israel and Waylynn Lucas.

Online, check out the images and recipes of the winning cake artists’ magical creations, hilarious behind-the-scenes videos of Jonathan and the judges on set and more. Plus, weigh in on your favorites on Twitter using #CakeWars.

Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton’s Revenge – Premieres Wednesday, August 24th at 10pm – TOURNAMENT PREMIERE!
Since the first Camp Cutthroat competition, Alton Brown has retreated deeper into the woods to plot his revenge, and the time has come to reveal his most devious sabotages yet. Sixteen new chefs have been chosen and lured into the wilderness to cook in his new backwoods location, but only one will make it back out and have the chance to win up to $75,000!

Premiering Wednesday, August 24th at 10pm – “Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton’s Revenge: Heat One, Axe to Grind”
In the first heat of Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton’s Revenge, three chefs have to cook a scramble with either an ax, a knife or an arrowhead. Then, two chefs have to make meat and potatoes while wearing a giant life jacket. Finally, one chef has to make dessert pancakes on an enormous compass.
Host: Alton Brown Judge: Jet Tila

Premiering Wednesday, August 31st at 10pm – “Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton’s Revenge: Heat Two, Big Foot Loose”
In the second heat of Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton’s Revenge, three chefs have to make hunter’s stew while dressed as forest animals. Then, two chefs have to make their trail lunch while wearing a giant big foot and one chef has to balance on a log in the lake as they make a skillet cookie.
Host: Alton Brown Judge: Antonia Lofaso

Also, experience more of Alton’s diabolical sabotage series Camp Cutthroat 2: Alton’s Revenge with behind-the-scenes footage, video and photo highlights, exclusive interviews with Alton, tips for your own camp-inspired cuisine and cutthroat cocktail recipes. Join the conversation with #CampCutthroat.

Chopped

Premiering Sunday, August 7th at 9pm – “Fried Chicken Time”
Comfort food king, fried chicken, gets the royal Chopped treatment for three rounds! A weird syrup and a savory pancake are two of the ingredients that the chefs must use in their fried bird appetizers. The poultry party continues in round two with fried chicken entrées that have to include peach cobbler, and what will be expected from the chefs in a fried chicken-themed dessert round?
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Amanda Freitag, Marc Murphy, Craig Samuel

Premiering Tuesday, August 9th at 10pm – “Snail Snafus”
When the chefs get escargot in the appetizer round, they have just twenty minutes to prove that snails can work with the other ingredients in the basket, including some troublesome sprouts. Garlic knots prove to be easy to use in the entrée round, and a light and airy cake in the dessert round puts the chefs in a focused and inspired mood.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Amanda Freitag, Edward Lee, Geoffrey Zakarian

Premiering Sunday, August 14th at 9pm – “Hot Doggin'”
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 entrée round, and the last two chefs are left to tackle the strange challenge of making hot dog desserts.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Amanda Freitag, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy

Premiering Tuesday, August 16th at 10pm – “Souper Chefs”
Never stop cooking — a seventy-something chef who blew off retirement to return to the stove is among the four chefs competing! In the appetizer round, he and the rest of the group must make trout dishes that also include dill pickle soup. A weirdly spicy beer is one of the entrée basket ingredients. Then, dough and sugar in the dessert basket seem to give the finalists a head start, but looks can be deceiving!
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Christian Petroni, Geoffrey Zakarian

Premiering Sunday, August 21st at 9pm – “Chili Cook-Off”
The chefs battle in a Chopped chili challenge as they put their own spin on the classic American dish. Chocolate and sausage are two of the mandatory ingredients in the appetizer round, and degrees of spice and levels of creativity are big factors in the entrée round. For dessert, chili-inspired sweet dishes are requested.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Amanda Freitag, Aarón Sánchez

Online, check out photo and video highlights and compete like a Chopped champion for a chance to win prizes. Get culinary inspiration from the Chopped experts and learn the tricks contestants have successfully deployed to transform exotic ingredients, international spices and even wintry leftovers into winning dishes. Join the action with #Chopped.

Get involved with FoodNetwork.com’s Chopped at Home Challenge, where fans can vote for their favorite fellow fan’s grilling recipe to help choose who will win $10,000 and a trip to the Food Network Kitchen in New York City.

Chopped After Hours

Premiering Tuesday, August 2nd at 11pm – “After Hours Revisits Pub Food, Holiday and Mother/Daughter-in-Law”
The judges get their chance to get their hands on the basket ingredients, after hours! Amanda Freitag finds herself in a bit of a pickle in round one, while Alex Guarnaschelli keeps the fryer in business and Marc Murphy manages to find the time to sip wine and shoot the breeze with Ted Allen. Then in round two, Geoffrey Zakarian takes a raw route with some holiday beef tenderloin. Finally, the women of the chopping block have round three in the bag — the wine-filled bag that is!
Host: Ted Allen Competitors: Maneet Chauhan, Scott Conant, Amanda Freitag, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Aarón Sánchez, Geoffrey Zakarian

Premiering Tuesday, August 9th at 11pm – “After Hours Revisits Chopped Chocolate, Bizarre Foods and Sweetness” – SEASON FINALE!
After a long day of critiquing food, the Chopped judges love nothing more than to whip up their own motley masterpieces after hours. In round one, Geoffrey Zakarian’s secret love of potato crisps emerges in the form of dance, and Maneet Chauhan and Alex Guarnaschelli’s boozy dishes only loosen him up further. In a truly bizarre round two, pork bung inspires Aarón Sánchez’s new line of breathing apparatuses and plenty of generous seasoning. Marc Murphy does his best to sabotage others in the last round, but Maneet is determined to make the best dessert.
Host: Ted Allen Competitors: Maneet Chauhan, Amanda Freitag, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Aarón Sánchez, Chris Santos, Geoffrey Zakarian

Online, see all the episodes of Chopped After Hours, where the judges take over the kitchen and remix mystery baskets into delicious dishes. Find out which are the most used mystery basket items, easy ways to cook with those tough-seeming ingredients seen on the show and exclusive interviews with judges and winners. Join the conversation with #Chopped.

Chopped Grill Masters Napa

Premiering Tuesday, August 2nd at 10pm – “Grill Masters Napa: Grand Finale”- TOURNAMENT FINALE!
Four champion Grill Masters are each $10,000 richer. Now they return to see who will claim $50,000 more! Half the basket is taken up with a porky surprise in the appetizer round. A serious display of grilling acrobatics follows in the entrée round, when the three remaining champs must figure out what to do with a surf-and-turf combo. Finally, bananas and wine are two of the tricky dessert ingredients that the last pair of chefs must grapple with, as they battle for the grand prize and the title of Chopped Grand Champion!
Host: Ted AllenJudges: Amanda Freitag, Marc Murphy, Geoffrey Zakarian

Online, check out photo and video highlights and compete like a Chopped Grill Masters champion for a chance to win prizes. Get culinary inspiration from the Chopped experts and learn the tricks contestants have successfully deployed to transform exotic ingredients, international spices and even wintry leftovers into winning dishes. Join the action with #Chopped.

Chopped Junior

Premiering Tuesday, August 2nd at 8pm – “Rattled”
When the young chefs must butcher and cook snakes in the appetizer round, will they be too squeamish to let their skills shine through? In the entrée round, a dense oddball of a cake must be worked into lamb shoulder dishes. Then, the last precious seconds of the round are a show of desperation and cooperation as the finalists are challenged to make creative, caffeinated desserts for the judges.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Chris Colfer, Raiza Costa, Amanda Freitag

Premiering Tuesday, August 9th at 8pm – “Cup of Glee”
The judges preside over a competition that begins with a three and a half-pound peanut butter cup and a too-hot griddle that creates problems for one of the young chefs. An enviable cut of pork and a strong-flavored candy are two of the gifts in the entrée basket, then the finalists take on a gooey skillet of pink sweetness along with a healthy, crunchy snack in the dessert round.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Andrew Gruel, Meghan Markle

Premiering Tuesday, August 16th at 8pm – “Nest Test”
The young competitors hatch a plan for what to do with a “birds’ nest” in the first basket, which is actually a common dish in disguise. Then, in the entrée round, the chefs learn a new word for a specific type of chicken and must hustle to get it cooked through. The two finalists have similar ideas for killer kiwi desserts, but will the judges love their dishes equally?
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Austin Mahone, Raquel Pelzel, Aarón Sánchez

Premiering Tuesday, August 23rd at 8pm – “Nugget? Fuhgettaboutit”
The judges rule the judging table for this round of culinary competition! First, some of the young cooks are not fans of the kid-favorite chicken nuggets found in the appetizer basket. Then, will the junior chefs have the experience to properly cook the delicate bay scallops from the entrée basket? The end of the round prompts some unprecedented cooperation among the competitors, then in the dessert round, a hybrid fruit and some Mesozoic candies make for a fun time.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Kenny Gilbert, Mae Whitman, Geoffrey Zakarian

Premiering Tuesday, August 30th at 8pm – “Think Fig”
The young cooks get some expensive seafood in the first basket and struggle to make the most of valuable time in order to impress the judges. Then, bacon is discovered in an odd place in the entrée basket. Finally, some figs and fancy peaches must make it to the dessert plates.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Ta’Rhonda Jones, Sabin Lomac, Aarón Sánchez

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.

Chopped Teen Tournament – Premiering Tuesday, August 23rd at 10pm – TOURNAMENT PREMIERE!
In this returning five episode stunt hosted by Ted Allen, sixteen talented teenaged chefs bring their energy and ambition to the Chopped kitchen! The culinary whiz kids must create the perfect appetizer, entrée and dessert as they navigate through each round. The winner from each episode will head into the grand finale round with a huge $25,000 grand prize on the line and the chance to be named the Chopped Teen Champion.

Premiering Tuesday, August 23rd at 10pm – “Teen Tournament: Battle 1”
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 entrée 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.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Scott Conant, Alex Guarnaschelli, Geoffrey Zakarian

Premiering Tuesday, August 30th at 10pm – “Teen Tournament: Battle 2”
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.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Scott Conant, Marc Murphy, Aarón Sánchez

Online, fans can dive into more content around the teen sensations tackling the mystery baskets. Meet the competitors, get behind the scenes photos, check out photo and video highlights and even see an exclusive interview with the winner. Join the action with #Chopped.

Cooks vs. Cons

Premiering Sunday, August 7th at 10pm – “Chicken Wingin’ It!”
While the judges attempt to suss out the pros and amateurs, things get twisted as the competitors are challenged to incorporate pretzels into their chicken wing dishes. The second round gets even fresher when the remaining competitors fight for the ultimate prize by working with mint.
Host: Geoffrey Zakarian Judges: Richard Blais, Daphne Oz

Premiering Sunday, August 14th at 10pm – “Beer Bedlam”
Delicious ideas are brewing during the clash of the sandwiches, as professional and amateur cooks must utilize beer in their handheld masterpieces. Then, in round two, the surprise ingredient of muffins challenges the contestants to avoid a crummy result. It’s up to the judges to determine who’s a pro and who’s an average Joe!
Host: Geoffrey Zakarian Judges: Marc Murphy, Daphne Oz

Premiering Sunday, August 21st at 10pm – “Pie Fight”
It’s Sloppy Joe day in the kitchen, and the pros and amateurs must use pies as the surprise ingredient. Some cooks get crusty, but for others, the path to the cash prize is as easy as pie! Judges share cooking ghost stories in the second round when the remaining cooks must utilize campfire treats in their dishes.
Host: Geoffrey Zakarian Judges: Josh Capon, Daphne Oz

Premiering Sunday, August 28th at 10pm – “Crab Cake Crazy”
The judges are put to the test determining whose crab cakes are the best between cooks and cons. When frozen vegetables must be used to create a winning dish, will it be a piece of cake for the working chefs or will the amateurs have the advantage? Then, it’s a booze cruise to the finish, as the secret ingredient of cocktails keeps the judges drunk with power.
Host: Geoffrey Zakarian Judges: Richard Blais, Marcus Samuelsson

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

Cupcake Wars

Premiering Monday, August 1st at 8pm – “Celebrity: Medieval Cupcakes”
Four celebrity bakers are about to get medieval, as Yvette Nicole Brown, Brooke Burke-Charvet, Carson Kressley and Vanessa Marano battle to prove that their cupcakes reign supreme. In this winner-take-all battle, they compete to have their cupcakes featured at a blowout party celebrating the 30th anniversary of Medieval Times. Host Jonathan Bennett and judges Florian Bellanger and Elizabeth Chambers are joined by Medieval Times cast members Lou Klein and Julie McCurdie!

Premiering Monday, August 8th at 8pm – “Celebrity: Twister”
It’s an all-star cupcake showdown as Coolio, Hannah Hart, Grace Helbig, Antonio Sabato, Jr. and Molly Sims compete to have their cupcakes featured at a blowout party celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic game Twister! Only one celebrity can win bragging rights and a donation to their favorite charity. Jen Boswinkel, vice president of gaming at Hasbro, serves as guest judge alongside host Jonathan Bennett and judges Florian Bellanger and Elizabeth Chambers.

Premiering Monday, August 15th at 8pm – “Celebrity: Matilda”
Drake Bell, Lori Greiner, Bob Harper and Heather Morris battle to prove their celebrity cupcake dominance and create show-stopping cupcakes for a party celebrating the wonder and whimsy of Roald Dahl’s classic story, Matilda. They’ll be eliminated one by one with help from guest judge Chloe Dahl, granddaughter of Roald Dahl, along with host Jonathan Bennett and judges Florian Bellanger and Elizabeth Chambers, until the last celeb standing walks away with bragging rights and a donation to their favorite charity.

Online, relive top moments when the stars and sweets align. See your favorite celebrities’ cupcake creations and the winners’ displays. Join the conversation using #CupcakeWars.

Cutthroat Kitchen

Premiering Wednesday, August 3rd at 9pm – “He’s Just a Po’ Boy”
Two chefs make a catfish po’ boy in a giant cat condo, then two chefs prep their loco moco on a train moving around the kitchen. Finally, one chef has to make shoofly pie while wearing fly sight goggles.
Host: Alton Brown Judge: Anne Burrell

Premiering Wednesday, August 10th at 9pm – “Superhero Sabotage: The Age of Alton”
In a special superhero episode, three chefs have to dress up as Cutthroat Kitchen superheroes as they make hero sandwiches. Then, one chef flies through the kitchen as he makes a gyro. Finally, one chef makes their superfood dessert on their own flaming hand.
Host: Alton Brown Judge: Antonia Lofaso

Premiering Wednesday, August 17th at 9pm – “Fry Hard”
A special fried food competition begins as three chefs have to carry a huge fish around the kitchen as they make fish and chips. Then, two chefs have to wear giant chicken parts as they make fried chicken. Finally, one chef gets sandwiched between two churros as they make a churro ice cream sandwich.
Host: Alton Brown Judge: Jet Tila

Online, get an extra taste of eviliciousness with FoodNetwork.com’s original digital series. In Alton’s After Show, Alton reveals the sabotages to the judges, who discuss the cutthroat tasks. Follow the mischief and strategy on Twitter using #CutthroatKitchen.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Premiering Friday, August 5th at 10pm – “Chew and Brew”
This trip, Guy Fieri is grabbing some grub cooked up at pubs! In Minneapolis, Minnesota, there’s a big-time brewery cooking up dishes like righteous pulled pork and a killer brisket sandwich. In Miami, Florida, Guy visits a craft drink and beer joint serving southern favorites like hen and dumplings and a lamb belly BLT. And in Los Angeles, California, he stops at an Italian restaurant and bar dishing out a mega-meat pizza and wild boar gnocchi.

Premiering Friday, August 12th at 10pm – “Global Greats”
This trip, Guy Fieri is going global with international flavors. In Maui, Hawaii, he visits a funky sushi joint serving up righteous rolls and ice cream made with a local favorite. In Los Angeles, California, there is a 70-year-old Italian spot dishing out their legendary spins on pizza and lasagna. And in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he stops at a Middle Eastern market, restaurant, and hummus factory cooking up serious Shawarma and lights-out falafel.

Premiering Friday, August 19th at 10pm – “Real-Deal Diners”
This trip, Guy Fieri is traveling the country hitting up real-deal diners. From coast to coast and everywhere in-between, these all-American staples are serving up the bomb breakfasts and classic comfort food, with a few surprises mixed into the menu. So, look for the neon signs, grab a seat at the counter and dig in!

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 Kids – Premiering Monday, August 22nd at 8pm – SERIES PREMIERE!
In this new series hosted by former teen stars-turned-celeb cooks Tia Mowry and Donal Skehan, talented kid competitors will battle their way through a variety of culinary and social media challenges for the chance to become the first-ever Food Network Star Kids champion.

Online, get to know the kid competitors, relive the top moments of each episode and watch the champion host his or her own web series. Also, check out fun photos and facts about the kids, photo and video highlights, exclusive interviews with hosts and judges, and of course recipes for kids! Join the conversation with #StarKids.

The Great Food Truck Race – Premiering Sunday, August 28th at 9pm – SEASON PREMIERE!
The Great Food Truck Race returns and this time, it’s a family affair! This season, host Tyler Florencewelcomes six teams comprised of families as they hit the road and cook their way through sunny southern California. Each week, the teams will make a new pit stop, from theme parks to food festivals to bizarre roadside attractions. The team that sells the most food will race on to the next stop until just one food truck remains and wins the $50,000 grand prize.

Premiering Sunday, August 28th at 9pm – “A Family Affair”
Six family teams kick off The Great Food Truck Race with a funnel cake eating contest at Six Flags theme park in Los Angeles. After leaving the park, host Tyler Florence gives the families their first challenge: create the ultimate theme park bite, with the winning team earning $200. On day two, the teams take part in a bidding war for a prime selling spot on the grounds of Six Flags. These first time food truckers quickly realize operating a food truck is much more than fun in the California sun as they continue on the road to the grand prize of $50,000!

Online, head deeper into the race and challenges, packed with videos, photos, behind-the-scenes footage and featured restaurants along the race’s route. Join the conversation with #GreatFoodTruckRace.

Guy’s Grocery Games

Premiering Sunday, August 7th at 8pm – “Cheesy Special”
Four chefs compete in the cheesiest showdown in Triple G history, highlighted by GGG’s first-ever Cheesy Joke Counter! First, the chefs are asked to make an ooey-gooey, cheese-filled dish with big limitations. Next, the chefs must prepare a cheesy sandwich with an unbelievable twist. Finally, the two remaining chefs must make their spin on an elevated cheese dish.
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Troy Johnson, Damaris Phillips, Carl Ruiz

Premiering Sunday, August 14th at 8pm – “Salute to Firefighters”
Four firefighters are heating up the market with a chance to smoke the competition and win up to $20,000. First, the chefs must make a big dinner, but with a “small” catch. Next, the red lights are flashing as Guy asks the chefs to make a healthy lunch. Finally, the last two chefs go head-to-head making a spicy dish, but only one will climb the ladder to victory
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Nathan Lyon, Catherine McCord, Aarti Sequeira

Premiering Sunday, August 21st at 8pm – “Spice Masters”
Chefs from around the world are spicing things up in Flavortown. First, the chefs must make a dish bringing some big hometown heat with a small twist. Next, chefs must bowl over the judges making a spicy American classic. In the last round, the final two chefs make an upscale spicy dinner with a double whammy game that will turn the heat up on the competition.
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Roger Mooking, Damaris Phillips, Aarti Sequeira

Online, see the funniest moments from the games, quiz yourself to see if you’ve got standout grocery shopping skills, hear from the judges, and join Guy on a tour of Flavortown. Plus, get involved on Twitter with #GroceryGames.

Guy’s Superstar Grocery Games – Premiering Sunday, August 28th at 8pm – TOURNAMENT PREMIERE!
It’s the biggest, most ambitious GGG all-star event yet! Eight of Guy Fieri’s favorite superstar chefs are competing in Guy’s Superstar Grocery Games, an epic five-week Flavortown showdown. Each week, one celebrity chef will check out and the last chef standing will win $40,000 for their favorite charity. ChefsRichard Blais, Maneet Chauhan, Eric Greenspan, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Damaris Phillips, Jet Tila and Justin Warner bring their best food and incredible skills to Guy’s craziest games in order to bring home the win.

Premiering Sunday, August 28th at 8pm – “Guy’s Superstar Grocery Games: Part 1”
Eight of the greatest celebrity chefs face off in an epic five-week competition featuring Guy Fieri’s toughest games ever. In the first round, all eight superstars must make their signature dish using only ingredients from the middle aisles. Then, in the second round, the bottom two all-stars must fight for survival in a cook-off of All-American favorites, and that isn’t the only twist!
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.

DAYTIME PREMIERE EPISODES

Brunch @ Bobby’s – Premiering Sunday, August 28th at 12:30pm – SEASON PREMIERE!
Brunch @ Bobby’s invites viewers to sip a Bloody Mary with Bobby Flay and join him in his greatest passion, cooking brunch. From sweet to savory, and for any occasion, Brunch @ Bobby’s is Bobby in his element – cool, calm and relaxed with a spatula in one hand, a cocktail in the other and nowhere to be! Brunch has never been more inviting.

Online, find Bobby’s brunch recipes and build a better brunch, Bobby Flay Style.

Giada in Italy

Premiering Sunday, August 7th at 12pm – “Nonna’s Luna’s Secret: Entice with Rice”
Giada De Laurentiis’s grandmother, Silvana Mangano, was a stunning Italian beauty turned movie star affectionately known as Nonna Luna. Giada and her Aunt Raffy reminiscence about Nonna Luna and her love of rice while making some twists on northern Italian favorites like Bitter Rice, White Chocolate Orzo Pudding and Artichoke and Fennel Crudo.

Premiering Sunday, August 14th at 12pm – “Our Brother Would Love This”
Giada De Laurentiis and her sister pay tribute to their brother, Dino, who passed away from cancer. The women celebrate Dino’s life by creating a meal inspired by some of his favorite dishes, including Cheesy Mashed Potatoes, Charred Broccoli Rabe and Pork Chops with a Balsamic Glaze – all with a northern Italian twist.

Premiering Sunday, August 21st at 12pm – “Raffy and Raffy”
Giada De Laurentiis’s grandfather, Dino De Laurentiis, was one of many children from a large Italian family, but his sister, Raffaella, is the only sibling still alive. Giada and her Aunt Raffy travel by train to visit Great Aunt Raffy at her home in Milan and prepare her favorite baked dish, Ziti Stufati, to enjoy for lunch.

Premiering Sunday, August 28th at 12pm – “What Would Nonno Dino Make”
There’s no one who would have loved a big family reunion — in Italy, surrounded by platters of food — more than Giada De Laurentiis’s grandfather, Dino De Laurentiis. Giada and her Aunt Raffy celebrate Dino’s love of food by creating some of his favorites, like Carbonara Cacio e Pepe, Mussels with Fennel and Italian Beer and Olive Oil Sorbetto with Berries and Balsamic.

Online, see photos from the show and try the recipes that celebrate Giada’s Italian heritage. Join the conversation on Twitter using #GiadaInItaly.

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.

Premiering Saturday, August 6th at 11am – “Chill Out”
The Kitchen hosts are chilling out in the summer heat with Marcela Valladolid’s Cilantro Pesto Pasta Salad, Jeff Mauro’s Sweet Corn Summer Gazpacho and Katie Lee’s Chilled ‘Beet’ the Heat Soup. Learn new ways to elevate your iced coffee, four ways to keep cool at your next summer cookout, and products to help you beat the heat. Plus, Sunny Anderson makes her Magical No Bake S’more and Katie shares her Frozen Blueberry Daiquiri.

Premiering Saturday, August 13th at 11am – “Wrapped and Rolled”
The Kitchen is making all things wrapped and rolled, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian’s Prosciutto-Wrapped Chicken Breast. The Kitchen Helpline is open to answer your questions on how to wrap foods in bacon, a burrito and spring rolls, then learn how to master the art of gift wrapping. Jeff Mauro shows how to make his Horizontal Chicken Shawarma Wrap, cookbook author Nikki Dinki stops by to make Zucchini Taco Wraps, and Geoffrey whips up an “Engaged But Cantaloupe” cocktail. Plus, The Kitchen’s very own rap sensation “Herb and Spice” is back with their best song yet!

Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 11am – “Kitchen Academy”
The Kitchen Academy is back in session with Sunny Anderson’s easy as 1-2-3 Pizza, banana bread recipes from Marcela Valladolid and Katie Lee, and tips on how to make kids’ lunch box foods into crafts. Then, Geoffrey Zakarian teaches Jungle Book star Neel Sethi how to make Burrata Ravioli with Fresh Tomato Sauce, Parmigianino and Basil and Food Network’s Justin Warner stops by with easy food science projects for your kids. Finally, comedian Carey Reilly shares “Lunch Box Cocktail” ideas using foods your children bring home from school.

Online, access all of 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.

Patricia Heaton Parties

Premiering Saturday, August 6th at 12:30pm – “Patty Pampers”
Patricia Heaton is turning the tables on the team who keep her looking gorgeous by treating her “glam squad” to a special Patty pampering party. On the menu: a refreshing Cucumber Mint Sparkler that’s sure to make everyone’s skin glow, crisp and tangy Citrus Chicken Lettuce Cups, creamy Avocado Hummus and delicious Crab Cakes with a tropical Mango Salsa.

Premiering Saturday, August 13th at 12:30pm – “Reunion Cast Party” – SEASON FINALE!
Patricia Heaton reunites with some of the stars of the movie Mom’s Night Out: Abbie Cobb, Kevin Downes, Sarah Drew and Andrea Logan White. To celebrate, Patty creates a fiesta night menu with ooey-gooey Bacon Queso, sizzling Steak Fajitas, sweet and Easy Churros and a Smoky Margarita.

Online, get recipes for the featured dishes from the show, get to know more about Patricia, see photos and more! Join the conversation on Twitter with #PatriciaHeatonParties.

Smollett Eats – Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 12:30pm – SERIES PREMIERE!
Hang out with one of America’s first families of food, The Smolletts, as they braise, bake and grill their way through the week. From putting on the perfect kids’ birthday party, to throwing a midnight BBQ for their friends, these 6 siblings whip up some of their family’s favorite recipes while giving us a glimpse into the relationships that make these brothers and sisters so much fun. Baby back ribs, steak bahn mi tacos, pork chili verde and an Italian pop-up menu are just some of the mouth-watering dishes that Cooking Ace Jake Smollett and his brothers and sisters bring to the table. It’s a meal you won’t want to miss!

Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 12:30pm – “Four Men and a Baby”
Jazz Smollett is struggling to find time to plan her daughter’s birthday party, when her four brothers step up and offer to help plan the menu. Doting uncles Jake, Jussie, Jojo and Jocqui Smollett are in for quite a challenge, between appeasing their sister’s vision for the party, keeping birthday girl Nylah out of trouble, and flawlessly executing the kid and adult-friendly menu of Mini Croque Monsieurs, Lavender Cupcakes and Fruit and Veggie Cutouts with Honey Vanilla Sauce and Ranch Dressing.

Premiering Saturday, August 27th at 12:30pm – “Improv Eats”
Known for their Los Angeles pop-up dinners, Jake and Jussie Smollet are debuting their seventh pop-up experience at the famed Hollywood Improv Comedy Club. Using Jake’s trip to Italy as inspiration, the brothers create a show stopping three-course meal. With a Zucchini Carpaccio appetizer and Lemon Sorbet dessert, they go fancy for their main course, Homemade Tarragon Fettuccine and a Vodka Cream Sauce, topped with lobster. It’s a tough crowd of patrons and fans at the Improv and creating a good meal is no laughing matter.

Online, find all the recipes featured on the show, get to know more about the Smollett family and see all the top moments. Join the conversation on Twitter using #SmollettEats.

The Pioneer Woman

Premiering Saturday, August 6th at 10am – “Boxing Boys”
It’s boxing night, so Ree Drummond is running her sons to town for practice. She bakes them fruity Granola Chocolate Chip Cookies and prepares a knockout dinner of champions for when they get home: Italian Sloppy Joes with delicious Garlic Toast. Then, she also drops off a fabulous Lemon Meringue Pie with her father-in-law.

Premiering Saturday, August 13th at 10am – “Merc Deliveries”
Work on Ree Drummond’s mercantile store and deli is going full steam ahead, and she’s cooking to keep the construction wheels in motion. First, fabulous Spicy Fried Chicken Sandwiches piled high with crunchy coleslaw for the guys spearheading the renovations. Then, a Salmon and Veggie Grain Bowl to get her ready for a long afternoon of planning and decision-making, plus Blondies and Mercantile Snack Mix for the building crew.

Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 10am – “Night on the Town”
Ree Drummond is having a night on the town with Ladd at a big bash for the Osage Cattlemen’s Convention, so she’s taken care of dinner for the kids to eat back at home. She prepares a slam-in-the-oven Mini Meatballs Pasta Bake and a kit for Make-Your-Own-Salad with Caesar Ranch Dressing. For dessert, she makes all the components to build a Mixed Berry Shortcake.

Premiering Saturday, August 27th at 10am – “Low Carb Lusciousness”
Ree Drummond is working on some great new ideas for cooking low carb! First up in the test kitchen is some flavorsome and fantastic Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Baby Bok Choy, then a whole new take on pizza with Cauliflower Crust and incredible Spicy Pizza Sauce. Finally, a real dynamic duo: Roasted Shrimp with Cherry Tomatoes alongside Roasted Lemon-Chile Broccoli.

Online, find all of 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 Saturdays at 10:30am
Country music star and bestselling cookbook author Trisha Yearwood welcomes you into her kitchen to share in some of her favorite family recipes, both old and new. Throughout her life, from her humble roots in Georgia to her life on the road as a superstar, Trisha has always been known by those closest to her for her delicious home cooking. Trisha shows off her true Southern hospitality as she puts together meals with friends and family. Whether it’s for a family reunion, a party for one of her bandmates, or just a day hanging out with her girlfriends in the kitchen, her recipes always have a story to tell and are fun and easy to make.

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.

Valerie’s Home Cooking

Premiering Saturday, August 6th at 12pm – “Only The Best For My Wolfie!”
Valerie Bertinelli pulls out all the stops to celebrate her son Wolf’s birthday. She’s got all of his favorites on the menu: Spatchcock Roasted Chicken with Salsa Verde, Garlicky Broccoli Fusilli, Oven-Roasted Spicy Sweet Potato Fries with homemade Ranch Dip – all expanded to feed a party that just keeps on growing. For the birthday boy’s dessert, she makes his very favorite Vanilla Cake with Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting!

Premiering Saturday, August 13th at 12pm – “Little Italy In My Kitchen”
Valerie Bertinelli’s good friend, chef and Food Network personality Alex Guarnaschelli, is visiting from New York. To celebrate her being in town, Valerie brings the experience of Little Italy home by preparing some of her favorite classic Italian dishes. On the menu: Sausage and Pepper Sliders, Mom’s Spaghetti and Meatballs, Prosecco with Limoncello and Candied Lemon Slices, and fresh homemade Cannolis.

Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 12pm – “Kids Baking Championship Reunion”
It’s a Kids Baking Championship reunion as season two kid chefs Jane Haviland and Matthew Merril drop by for lunch! Valerie does not disappoint and makes Grilled Italian Paninis with Provolone, Genoa Salami, Black Forest Ham and Roast Turkey served with Salt and Vinegar Zucchini Chips, and Soft Pretzels with Chocolate Hazelnut Dip. As a special treat, Valerie makes Chocolate Cupcakes with Neapolitan Frosting and the kids decorate them with treats sent by Duff Goldman.

Premiering Saturday, August 27th at 12pm – “Cheat Day”
It’s one of those nights where Valerie Bertinelli and her husband Tom’s cravings are all over the map, so they decide to have it all! Valerie cooks up some of their favorite guilty pleasure dishes: Chicken with Prunes and Olives, Italian Wedge Salad with Gorgonzola topped with Crispy Pancetta, Vegetable Pot Stickers and, for dessert, Mini Zeppoles with a Caramel Marsala Dipping Sauce.

Online, discover Valerie’s family-inspired recipes, go behind the scenes and learn more about the host’s cooking influences, family and even rescue dog in photo and video exclusives. Join the conversation with #HomeCooking.

ON-AIR THEME WEEKEND

Cook With Your Kids Weekend – Premiering Saturday, August 20th 7am-1pm and Sunday, August 21st 7am-2pm
Make the next trip to the kitchen a family affair with a block of kid-friendly cooking shows. Premiere episodes include:

Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 10am – The Pioneer Woman – “Night on the Town”
Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 11am – The Kitchen – “Kitchen Academy”
Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 12pm – Valerie’s Home Cooking – “Kids Baking Championship Reunion”
Premiering Saturday, August 20th at 12:30pm – Smollett Eats – “Four Men and a Baby”
Premiering Sunday, August 21st at 12pm – Giada in Italy – “Raffy and Raffy”

DIGITAL CONTENT

Labor Day
Celebrate the end of the season with picnic-friendly sandwiches, salads and more party recipes perfect for the end of summer celebration!

Back to School
Everyone knows a home cook’s toughest critics are the kids. FoodNetwork.com 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. For the lunch bunch, we’ve got simple sandwiches and safe lunch-packing tips, and these new-school takes on classic cookie flavors. Also, don’t miss out on 5 Ways to Take Boxed Mac and Cheese to the Next Level!

Grilling Central
Grilling Central is the ultimate summer destination. From throwing an outdoor barbecue or a casual weeknight meal, FoodNetwork.com has got recipes and tips to make this the best summer yet.

Barbecue

The secret to true barbecue? Cook it low and slow, and rely on Food Network chefs’ top recipes for doing barbecue right!

Burgers and Hot Dogs

Find the best recipes for burgers (including beef, turkey, veggie and fish) and hot dogs every which way, plus enough fun toppings to last the whole season.

Chicken

Grilled chicken is a summer cookout classic and FoodNetwork.com has the best recipes for the juiciest, most flavorful birds, from jerk chicken to barbecue chicken, chicken tacos to beer-can chicken, plus chicken salads, sandwiches and kebabs. Also, go beyond beer-can chicken with the new chicken gallery, 6 Ways to Grill a Whole Chicken.

More Mains
Find the perfect main-dish recipes for your summer cookout, like grilled pizza, steak, pork chops, kebabs, foil-packet dinners, grilled tacos and even grilled lasagna.

Sides
Picnic sides and salads make the meal. Choose from classics like pasta salad, potato salad, macaroni salad and cole slaw, or try something new this year, like panzanella, corn-and-black-bean salad, farro salad or a summer-picnic casserole like zucchini gratin.

Healthy
Enjoy fresh, light meals all summer long with Food Network chefs’ top healthy recipes for burgers, chicken, fish, salads, grilled fruit, gazpacho and light cocktails.

Parties
Summer entertaining is a breeze with FoodNetwork.com’s best recipes for packable sides and desserts, crowd-pleasing appetizers and show-stopping sweets. Plus, find tips for stocking a bar, deciding how much food and drinks to purchase, decorating ideas and must-have summer products.

Cocktails
Kick back and enjoy the summer weather with a pitcher full of sangria, a frosty frozen margarita, a fresh strawberry daiquiri or a cool beer cocktail.

Frozen Treats
There’s nothing like a cool decadent dessert in the summer. Find recipes for homemade ice pops, ice cream confections, frozen pies, gelato, granita, milkshakes, sherbet, frozen yogurt and more. Check out new tip galleries, 12 No-Churn Ice Creams and Coffee Shop-Inspired Frozen Treats – both incredibly visual and trendy.

How-Tos
Master summer cooking, grilling and entertaining in no time with expert tips and tricks from FoodNetwork.com, including grill cleaning, lobster eating, mastering the perfect hamburger and making homemade ice cream.

Everything Summer
Find everything you need for summer cooking and entertaining, including recipes, guides, and tips to celebrate every holiday therein!

Summer Entertaining Guide
Find all the seasonal recipes you’ll need for casual get-togethers, last-minute fetes, potlucks, barbecues and picnics. Check out new party ideas like 7 New Takes on Caprese Salad and 6 Sweet Dessert Dips.

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

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.

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