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.
Settle in and get cozy because it's comfort food all day on The Kitchen. GZ starts off the show with a delicious Sunday Supper of Spaghetti and Meatballs. The gang shows us how to maximize our microwave's potential with some wow worthy tips. It's chocolate heaven with Marcela's Sweet Retreat: The Ultimate Brownie. And Sunny and Katie top it all off with their amazing Brownie Sundaes. Chef Amanda Freitag joins us with her mouthwatering patty melt. Our hosts create crazy comfort food mash ups. GZ toasts New York with his throwback cocktail and the gang tries some yummy new snacks.
The Kitchen's celebration of Oktoberfest starts with Jeff's ultimate Bratwurst sandwich and then Sunny cooks up a delicious side of Red Cabbage Kraut. The gang tests a few gadgets from Germany and beyond and then dress up classic pretzels with delicious dips that will inspire. Katie makes a Black Forest Cake and Geoffrey continues the Oktoberfest party with a German Radlermass.
In this Halloween episode of The Kitchen, the gang discusses a strange new food trend and Katie makes a delicious Pumpkin Roll Up. The Maniac Pumpkin Carvers teach a few carving basics and the hosts get even more creative with Pumpkin A-Ha. Plus, a supermarket fix with an eerie twist, the gang gets crafty with food and Jeff and Sunny transform Halloween candy. Geoffrey mixes up a spooky sangria and The Maniac Pumpkin Carvers reveal The Kitchen Pumpkin!
The hosts share the best make-ahead recipes and tips to get you ready for a delicious and relaxing Turkey Day Dinner. Maile Carpenter stops by with a look inside Food Network Magazine, including a peak at some of the most outrageous turkey trends. Then there's the ultimate time line to get your shopping in order and your fridge stocked, plus exciting dessert offerings and new recipes for your pumpkin fix. Plus, the hosts fess up and reveal their Thanksgiving short cuts.
Get ready for the game with Katie Lee's Grilled Buffalo Chicken Pizza. The hosts have great tips on how to plan and pack everything perfectly for your next tailgating party. Plus, three dips that are easy to transport to the stadium and NASCAR driver Danica Patrick makes her favorite tailgate recipe, Cheddar Grilled Cheese. Geoffrey Zakarian mixes a Black Velvet Bear Cocktail and the hosts share their favorite tailgate gadgets.
It's all about the flavors of fall, starting with Jeff Mauro's United States of Meatloaf, and continuing with two winter squash recipes: Marcela Valladolid's Spaghetti Tossed with Butternut Squash and Katie Lee's Roasted Spaghetti Squash with Curried Shallot Butter. Geoffrey Zakarian shows how to make the popular French dish, Moules Frites, and the hosts have style and organization tips for a next-level tailgate party. The afternoon comes to a close with Geoffrey's Blood and Sand cocktail and a lesson in whiskey 101.
Geoffrey Zakarian shows us how to make Roasted Chicken, and Food Network's Katherine Alford stops by to share the trends for fall. The hosts share their favorite kitchen hacks, and there are two takes on uses for crescent roll dough: Katie Lee's Broccoli Pepperoni Pinwheels and Jeff Mauro's Monkey Bread. Marcela Valladolid shares her Apple Crisp recipe, and learn how to make a fall wreath sure to be the talk of the neighborhood. Plus, flavorful ways to pump up pumpkin seeds and Geoffrey makes a seasonal Mulled Cider.
The Thanksgiving turkey timeline is back with new tips to help you prepare for and enjoy Thanksgiving Day. Martha Stewart stops by to make a quick and easy appetizer of Stuffed Mushrooms, and Marcela Valladolid creates a mouthwatering Mexican Chocolate Pecan Pie. See Katie Lee's trip to a cranberry bog during its harvest and her recipe for Cranberry Sweet Potatoes, then get decorating tips for the Thanksgiving table and ideas for last-minute hostess gifts. After the big meal, enjoy Geoffrey Zakarian's Toronto cocktail!
With less than a week to Thanksgiving, it's all about turkey, starting with Katie Lee's Ranch Turkey. Then, two time-saving turkeys: Jeff Mauro's Turkey in Pieces and Sunny Anderson's Deep-Fried Turkey. Restauranteur Lidia Bastianich makes a classic Chestnut Stuffing, and the hosts determine which holiday cooking equipment is worth the money. Plus, turkey-themed food crafts that will wow a crowd and Geoffrey Zakarian's Espresso Martini!
The Kitchen is making delicious dishes with only five ingredients, starting with Marcela Valladolid's mess-free Mexican Shrimp and Mediterranean Salmon Foil Packs. Plus, see how to use kitchen staples in five new ways and learn how to set the table with five styling tips from Katie Lee. Weeknight meals are made easier with Sunny Anderson's Five-Ingredient Spice Sausage Carbonara and her Quickest Sausage Gumbo Ever. Cooking Channel's Haylie Duff stops by to make an Open-Face Baguette with Baked Brie and Port-Soaked Cherries. Finally, Geoffrey Zakarian makes his Ipaloma and find out which new beer trends are worth trying.
The Kitchen gang is making simple recipes with must-have pantry items, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian's Sheet Tray Chicken Stir Fry and then Sheet Tray Chicken with Basil and Pecorino Romano. Then, The Kitchen Helpline is open, answering pantry questions from viewers. Learn how to take pantry items and transform them into sensational appetizers. And canned tuna fish gets star treatment in Katie Lee's Tuna Fish Meatballs with Spaghetti and Marcela Valladolid's Chilled Tuna Stuffed Chile. Blogger and author Jocelyn Delk Adams elevates box cake mix to make her decadent Original Gooey Gooey Cake and GZ makes a toast with his Rob Roy.
The Kitchen warms up for the holiday season with Katie Lee's Butternut Squash and Sausage Lasagna. Then harvest savory-sweet apple recipes with Jeff Mauro's Sausage and Sage Apple-Stuffed Apples and Sunny Anderson's Peanut Butter and Jelly Stuffed Apples. Chef Franco Noriega puts a new spin on a classic protein with his Peruvian Chicken and Geoffrey Zakarian makes a Pear Bourbon cocktail. Plus, get holiday-ready with tips on prepping a baking pantry, seasonal ideas for the home and innovative hostess gifts.
The Kitchen hosts a star-studded Thanksgiving with Food Network's Nancy Fuller and Valerie Bertinelli. Geoffrey Zakarian makes his Lemon and Herb Roasted Turkey, Nancy shares her creamy Root Vegetable One-Dish side, and everyone adds their favorite ingredient to the Ultimate Mac and Cheese. Valerie covers dessert and drinks with her Pumpkin Pie with homemade whipped cream and Berry Kir Royale. To ensure the big meal goes off without a hitch, The Kitchen Helpline is open for Turkey Day questions, and guests show how to plate turkey.
The Kitchen whips up everyone's favorite Thanksgiving side dishes and shares tips for making enough room in the oven for them all. Sunny Anderson heats things up with her Cheesy Bacon Cornbread Dressing, and Marcela Valladolid makes an Herb Roasted Acorn Squash that is sure to be a star on any table. Try two new twists on mashed potatoes with Katie Lee's French Onion Potatoes and Geoffrey Zakarian's Pomme Duchess. For dessert, Jeff Mauro serves up a treat with his No Bake Pumpkin Ice Cream Pie. A special guest joins the gang as they toast the holiday with Geoffrey's Butternut Squash Sidecar.
The Kitchen is ringing in the New Year with a Champagne brunch featuring Marcela Valladolid's Mushroom Sausage Strata and Katie Lee's Sparkling Parfait. Cookbook author Jenny Rosenstrach stops by to celebrate with New Year's Pancakes. Jeff Mauro and Sunny Anderson create a toast bar that's perfect for a lazy brunch, and they all celebrate a fresh start to the year with Geoffrey Zakarian's Resolution Resolved cocktail.
Grab a mimosa and get ready to enjoy another fall brunch show packed with recipes like Sunny Anderson's Funky Monkey Bread Pudding. Jeff Mauro and Katie Lee share recipes for Pancake Tacos -- or Pacos. In Tool Takedown: Brunch Edition, the gang adds fun new flavors to amp up oatmeal. Chef Meny Vaknin serves up his Mediterranean Eggs and Geoffrey Zakarian warms things up with Apple Cider Brunch Punch.
The Kitchen is decking the halls for the holidays, starting with Jeff Mauro's affordable and impressive Porcini-Rubbed Roast Beef and two potato sides — perfect for a holiday party! Actress Regina King stops by to help make Marcela Valladolid's Cheesecake with Pomegranate Sauce, and see how to switch up traditional party mix. Plus, DIY holiday wreaths made with household items, fresh design ideas for holiday parties, and Geoffrey's crowd-pleasing Cranberry Lemonade Punch cocktail.
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!
Learn how to make classic dishes like a chef! Geoffrey Zakarian kicks off the show with his Coq Au Vin, then Jeff Mauro whips up a decadent tiramisu and the hosts show how to master the perfect poach. Special guest Chef Scott Conant shares the secret to the perfect gnocchi and the Kitchen Helpline is open and answering questions on how to master your kitchen like a chef. Finally, Geoffrey demonstrates how to make the perfect cocktail garnish.
The Kitchen is revealing the secrets to making favorite restaurant food at home, starting off with Geoffrey Zakarian's tips for a delicious Shrimp Scampi. The Kitchen Helpline is open to crack the code on your favorite restaurant dishes, then restaurant masters Deuki Hong and the Dos Toros Brothers stop by to share their recipes for Slow Cooker Korean Short Ribs and Steak Quesadillas. Plus, classic restaurant dessert with Pass the Molten Lava Cake and three ways to finish the meal with restaurant-quality coffee at home.
The Kitchen kicks off its annual chocolate show with Katie Lee's decadent Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Tart. Brownie 101 will give you the ultimate guide to making your favorite type of brownies, then the gang passes the Brownie Bombe and chocolatier Valerie Gordon stops by to make her delicious Pot De Creme. The hosts try or deny some surprising chocolate pairings, and the Kitchen Helpline is open for all your chocolate dilemmas!
Order up! The Kitchen is serving favorite diner recipes with a side of fries -- Sunny Anderson's Disco Fries, that is! Jeff Mauro makes a classic Patty Melt and shares his secret for creamy coleslaw, and Geoffrey Zakarian whips up the Perfect Lemon Meringue Pie. Learn short-order cook tricks for crispy meatloaf, easy hollandaise sauce and Katie Lee's hash browns in a diner edition of Kitchen Helpline. Finally, Sunny makes everyone feel like kids again with her Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake.
Love is in the air in The Kitchen with Valentine's Day food, crafts and sweet surprises. Katie Lee makes a trendy Hidden Heart Cake, and then the gang creates food-inspired Valentines for sweethearts of all ages. Jeff Mauro's Snack Mix Brownies and Sunny Anderson's Sour Cream Swirl Brownies use mix-ins to put a new twist on the favorite dessert, and everyone pitches in to create a Box of Chocolates Cake. Geoffrey Zakarian serves Pasta Pomodoro as a dinner for two, and comedian and author Mamrie Hart stops by to join in on the fun with her French Kiss 75 cocktail and a serving idea for nachos.
The Kitchen is snowed in, so it's the perfect time to cook up a storm, starting with Sunny Anderson's triple-decker E.A.B.L.T. Geoffrey Zakarian warms things up with a hearty Sweet Potato and Corn Chowder, and Jeff Mauro and Katie Lee whip up sweet desserts in mugs. Jeff raids the freezer to make Crispy Cajun Popcorn Shrimp and Cheesy Grits. The hosts get creative with delicious snow-inspired crafts, and in honor of the Winter Olympics, figure skater Sasha Cohen stops by for Geoffrey's Gold Medal Hot Tequila Toddy and a Winter Warm-Up game.
The Kitchen is getting into the autumn spirit with a feast full of fall flavors. Katie Lee whips up comforting Creamy Chicken and Dumplings, and the hosts share their a-maize-ing DIY decor ideas for the holiday table. Food Network's Aarti Sequeira spices things up with a Roasted Root Jumble, and Sunny Anderson fires up the slow cooker for her Easy Slow Cooker Sauerbraten. Jeff Mauro and a special sous chef, actress Geneva Carr, round out the feast on a sweet note with a Mauro Apple Crumb Cake. Finally, everyone nibbles on Sweet and Savory Pumpkin Seeds as they sip nutty Squirrel's Stash Cocktails.
The Kitchen is sharing a love for autumn with new and creative recipes like Sunny Anderson's secret ingredient Red Eye Beef Stew and Geoffrey Zakarian's Thai Fried Riced Cauliflower. Get fresh for fall with great ways to cook with squash, including Katie Lee's Toad in a Hole and Jeff Mauro's "Squacho" cheese sauce. Cookbook author Raquel Pelzel stops by to serve up her Sheet Pan Mac and Cheese, and the hosts share fun pumpkin decor ideas that leave everyone saying, "Oh my gourd!" Geoffrey wraps up the party with a pear cocktail with a peppery twist.
The Kitchen is satisfying every sweet tooth with a show full of holiday desserts, starting with Geoffrey Zakarian's Quick Caramelized Apple Tart. Find out what tools are must-haves for the best baked goods, and turn a classic dessert into a molten masterpiece with the Molten Bananas Foster Cake. The hosts create an ice cream sundae bar inspired by popular holiday pies, and baker Gesine Bullock-Prado stops by to make a Sweet Potato Cheesecake and help identify the problems behind some common dessert fails. Geoffrey wraps up a sweet day with a Cranberry Sweetheart Tart cocktail.
The Kitchen kicks off the New Year with resolutions for brunch. Geoffrey Zakarian starts off with one of Spain's most popular dishes, a Brunch Tortilla, and Katie Lee cooks up the crowd-pleasing mashup Pizza Waffle Sticks with Ranch Dip. Expert baker and host of "Baked in Vermont" Gesine Prado brings festive Lemon Blues Muffins with a Crumble Topping and Chef Patrick Connolly shares his recipe for Banana French Toast. Then hosts predict the biggest food trends of 2018 and round out brunch with a Spiked Coffee Punch.