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Trisha's Southern KitchenTrisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha Yearwood prepares Southern style dishes.


Cupcake ChampionshipCupcake Championship
Food Network, 2019 On Hiatus | Cooking/Food, Reality

The obsession with cupcake artistry reaches new heights as four talented cupcake designers battle it out. The winner will claim cupcake supremacy and a sweet $10,000 prize.


Cake MastersCake Masters
Food Network, 2016 Cancelled/Ended | Cooking/Food, Reality
Rating: 4/5

Duff Goldman is upping the ante and once again revolutionizing the way the world sees cake, and Duff's "Cake Masters" is his showcase. It is a spotlight on one of the biggest, most jaw-dropping cakes Duff has ever attempted, from start to finish. Duff's got his friend Geof at his side and the best cake decorators in Los Angeles on his speed dial, but that's not enough for this fondant-covered monstrosity, he's also bringing in Hollywood FX pros, pyrotechnic masters, and engineering geniuses to help get the giant cake planned, decorated, delivered, and unveiled before time runs out!


Big Time BakeBig Time Bake
Food Network, 2020 On Hiatus | Cooking/Food, Reality
Rating: 4/5

Big Time Bake will give competitors six hours to bake creative cookies, decadent cupcakes and a showpiece cake all inspired by a surprise theme. The clock never stops, even during the judging, as Buddy Valastro and guest judges visit each baker's station every two hours to taste and critique their sweets.


Chopped After HoursChopped After Hours
Food Network, 2015 On Hiatus | Cooking/Food, Reality
Rating: 1/5

The judges have it easy on "Chopped" - the contestants have to come up with creative uses of unusual or incompatible ingredients, then the judges get to eat and critique the dishes. On "Chopped After Hours", the judges are tasked with creating dishes out of baskets filled with the same ingredients that were given to the show's contestants. It's not a competition, though, as it's a laid-back demonstration of what the judges can create. The judges taste one another's dishes when they're done.


Chef Boot CampChef Boot Camp

The series takes a deep dive into one of the most critical and essential elements of restaurants everywhere - the chefs running the kitchen. Host Cliff Crooks takes his decades of expertise and embarks on a new mission to help struggling chefs from restaurants across the country prove that they deserve to keep running their kitchens. Each episode Cliff will put a trio of underperforming chefs (who were nominated by their respective restaurant owners) through a grueling series of challenges to test their real-world culinary skills and fitness for the role. With their jobs on the line, these chefs will attempt to not only survive but thrive in Chef Boot Camp and prove to their owners they have the talent and passion it takes to succeed.


Big Restaurant BetBig Restaurant Bet
Food Network, 2022 On Hiatus | Cooking/Food, Reality
Rating: 5/5

Food Network star, acclaimed chef, and restaurateur Geoffrey Zakarian is looking to invest $250,000 of his resources for the next rising star in the restaurant world. Geoffrey presents eight talented chefs with the opportunity to take the next step in their culinary career with challenges to determine who has what it takes to run their first restaurant. When it comes to developing and operating a successful restaurant, there is no one with more knowledge than Geoffrey, and he is putting his reputation on the line to lift up a new generation of chefs competing to make their restaurant vision come true. Throughout the competition the aspiring restaurateurs must prove they can develop a restaurant and make it profitable from the ground up in real world challenges that put their culinary and business expertise to the test, including the creation of a full menu for their proposed restaurant in a grand tasting to impress Geoffrey and his advisors. In another episode, the chefs tackle the challenges associated with running a restaurant's front of house as they each take turns helping the guests. But what the chefs don't know is Geoffrey has filled the restaurant with actors meant to cause havoc and see how the competitors react on their worst day. The two chefs who advance to the finale take on the hardest test of their life, operating their dream culinary concept in a restaurant takeover, complete with overseeing staffing and cooking for real diners. Which chef will Geoffrey decide to invest his time and energy into and make their dreams come true?


Chopped: ImpossibleChopped: Impossible
Food Network, 2015 On Hiatus | Reality, Game Show
Rating: 1/5

Returning champions are pushed to the limits with mind-blowingly impossible baskets in a four-part tournament. Restaurant: Impossible's Robert Irvine will serve as judge in the first three preliminary rounds, but he'll get the chance to face off against the final competitor in a wild-card round. The winner will earn $15,000 just for getting to the final round, but if the final competitor wins against Robert, he or she will pocket an additional $25,000 for a total of $40,000.


Girl Meets FarmGirl Meets Farm

Molly Yeh is a popular blogger and best-selling cookbook author who shares her perspective on food, family traditions and farmhouse life. She lives on a farm on the North Dakota-Minnesota border with her fifth-generation farmer husband and their little flock of chickens.


Adam Richman Eats BritainAdam Richman Eats Britain

Renowned for his passion for food and appetite for outrageous eating feats, Man v Food star Adam Richman has embarked on a culinary journey across the British Isles, as a love letter to British cuisine. Armed with a map of the UK, the Brooklyn-based food expert and chef is attempting to shed light on the globally misunderstood and unfairly maligned realm of British cuisine, for a new Food Network UK show, Adam Richman Eats Britain.


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