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Chopped After Hours

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.


Cupcake Wars Kids

This is FOOD Network's cupcake competition show for teens as four junior bakers battle one another and face a series of cupcake challenges.


Bakers vs. Fakers

On Bakers vs. Fakers, contestants bake for a panel of judges, who determine which ones are the imposters.


Chopped: Impossible

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.


Burgers, Brew & 'Que

Meat lovers, rejoice! Michael Symon is taking a summer road trip to taste the best of the American classics: burgers and barbecue. Whether it's mouthwatering, mile-high cheeseburgers or slow-smoked, fall-off-the-bone ribs, Michael is going to eat and meet his way through some of the best all-American spots to get your grub on. And what better way to wash it all down than with local beers and brews, sure to make any meal a perfect 10.


Valerie's Home Cooking

Valerie Bertinelli is known as a successful actress, but she is also a homegrown whiz in the kitchen. Influenced by family recipes, many passed down from one generation to the next, Valerie's cooking is modern, easy, relatable and satisfyingly delectable. Join Valerie as she shares her time-tested passion for cooking delicious meals for her friends and family on "Valerie's Home Cooking".


Halloween Wars: Hayride of Horror

It's time for the spookiest hayride imaginable, as Halloween Wars: Hayride of Horror takes the competition out of the kitchen and into the pumpkin patch. Hosted by Harley Morenstein, two teams of master food artists - working in cake, sugar and a whole lot of carved pumpkin - face off in three nights of Halloween fright, creating delicious and scary treats and immersive worlds of Halloween horror. In each competition, one team will take home $15,000, but to win it, their creepy displays must win the votes of both a wagon full of hayriders and the judges, renowned pastry chef Zac Young and special effects make-up artist Bianca Appice.


Food Court Wars

Two teams will battle head to head to win a restaurant space RENT FREE for an entire year within one of Alabama's biggest malls; a prize worth 100K!


Haunted Gingerbread Showdown

Over four episodes, host Sandra Lee pits nine of the best gingerbread artists in the country against each other to create spooky gingerbread masterpieces that embody the season. Judges Jamika Pessoa and Jason Smith are joined by rotating judges, including the "Mistress of the Dark" herself, Elvira, to determine the winners of the first three heats, who will square off against each other in the finale for a chance to win the ultimate Halloween treat - $25,000 and to be featured in Food Network Magazine. But beware, these aren't your grandma's cute gingerbread houses. With surprises lurking around every corner, these wildly haunted original creations tell a darker story.


Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook Off

Celebrity teams face off to win money for charity.