2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Forget Taco Tuesday and make tacos every night with Rachael Ray's Easiest Fish Tacos with Red Rice and Black Beans. Rachael tosses tilapia in a blend of spices, lightly fries it up and layers it with fresh pico de gallo. Hints of jalapeno throughout this meal create a powerful fusion of flavors.
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Nothing says summer like a patio party, so Valerie Bertinelli is hosting a "beginning of summer" get-together with her husband, Tom, and their best friends. The seasonal party menu includes Grilled Vegetables with Avocado Yogurt Dip, Tapenade Aioli Dip, Grilled Shrimp Salsa, Skirt Steak with Chermoula and a Hibiscus and Lavender Prosecco Punch to toast in the new season.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分The Kitchen is celebrating Mother's Day with recipes made with love! Geoffrey Zakarian updates a dish from his mom's recipe box with easy Grilled Lamb Chops and Vegetable Skewers. Jeff Mauro shares one of his wife's favorite meals, Crispy Salmon with Smashed Sweet Potatoes and a Radicchio Citrus Salad, and Sunny Anderson and Katie Lee each share a sweet parfait that's perfect for brunch. The hosts work together on a Mediterranean herb garden that doubles as a gift for Mom, and then Geoffrey creates a Lemon Herb Yogurt Pasta with herbs from the garden. Cookbook author Anna Francese Gass shares her mother's recipe for Arancini before the hosts play a special round of Try or Deny with a panel of taste-testing grandmothers.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, get ready for their book club! First, Beth heads to a local bookstore, where she runs into bestselling author, Ann Patchett. After picking out a book, she joins Trisha in the kitchen, where they make a wine-inspired menu of Rotini with Chicken Marsala Ragout, Red Wine Chocolate Cake and Beth's Arugula Salad with Sparkling Wine Vinaigrette.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Molly Yeh is making a special brunch for the family to celebrate her and her husband Nick's third wedding anniversary. There's Shakshuka with Feta, Brussels Sprout and Bacon Hash, Roasted Potatoes with Paprika Mayo and Grilled Cheese with Everything Bagel Seasoning. For dessert, Molly's making her pretty Pocket Pastries with Raspberry Jam.
Ree Drummond makes a trio of marvelous 16-minute Italian meals. There's Speedy Pork Scaloppini for a fast family dinner and snappy, saucy Steak Pizzaiola that the boys absolutely adore. Then, for a get-together with her sister and nephew, she whips up Pantry Pizza Pronto and delicious Ravioli a la Betsy, named in honor of her sibling.
Ree Drummond is making care packages for her two daughters in college. She sends them Homemade Breakfast Tarts, Nut and Seed Brittle, Salt and Pepper Crackers and Cherry Gummies for something sweet. Ree's sons get involved, too, shopping for fun treats to send to their sisters with love from home.
The Kitchen is passing the summer produce and cooking easy, flavorful recipes! Katie Lee starts with one of her favorites, peaches, to make Grilled Smoky Tofu Tacos with Peach Cucumber Salsa. She tosses a cucumber to Sunny Anderson, who makes her Easy Mustard-Pickled Veggies. Jeff Mauro uses Sunny's fresh corn in his Smoked Corn and Poblano Chicken Skillet then tosses a zucchini to Alex Guarnaschelli. She makes her delicious Fried Zucchini and passes basil to Geoffrey Zakarian, who whips up Tomato Bruschetta with Crispy Prosciutto. Plus, the hosts showcase their gardens and share tips for growing fresh summer produce.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Trisha's nephew Kyle and two of his college friends are visiting for a weekend of fun and some home cooked food! While the boys are having fun on the lake, Trisha whips up a protein-packed meal of Sausage and Peppers, Garth's Pasta Salad, Power Balls and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Ina Garten has all the bases covered when it comes to Tex-Mex entertaining. She makes a light and airy Tres Leches Cake with Berries and Make Ahead Whipped Cream, and her crowd-pleasing Pork Posole is a spicy, all-in-one main course piled high with fixings. Fiesta Corn and Avocado Salad is an easy first course that also works as a side dish or salsa. Finally, Ina raises her glass to cocktail hour with the fire and ice of frosty Jalapeno Margaritas, shaken like a pro!
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Flavortown turns into Spice City when four chefs who like their food with some heat fight for the title of Spice Master. First, the chefs must flip the ingredients of bread pudding into a spicy high-end dinner. Next, chefs play Spree Ball to determine which pepper they must feature in their signature spicy dish. Then, the final two must make a spicy guilty pleasure using four ingredients with pepper in their name, with the hottest chef winning up to $20,000.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Guy Fieri puts the chefs to the test with games of extreme limitations. First, the chefs make their best chicken dish using only eight ingredients. Then, Guy asks for a regional comfort dish with a seven-ingredient limit. Finally, the chefs can only choose six ingredients to make a late-night guilty pleasure worthy of shopping Flavortown for up to $20,000.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Guy Fieri brings four comfort food experts to Flavortown to compete in games that will push them out of their comfort zone. First, the chefs must make their signature dish while incorporating a list of mandatory ingredients. Then, they must prepare an elevated comfort classic using a mystery canned ingredient. Finally, the remaining chefs make a regional comfort dish on a tight budget to earn a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Standup comics team up with Food Network all-star mentors in hilarious grocery games to earn money for charity. First, the comedians must make a late night dinner using only the ingredients they can fit in a very small shopping bag. Next, the comedians are given a list of funny-sounding foods to turn into an impressive dinner for their agent. You won't believe which comic gets the last laugh!
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分It's a full-on, full meal face-off when Guy Fieri gives the chefs 45 minutes to make three courses in each round. First, they do all the shopping for their full diner meal in miniature-sized carts. Then, they are at the mercy of Guy's ruthless Pyramid game when choosing the courses for their dinner party meal. In the end, only one chef will beat out the others and go on to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Guy Fieri and his family love cooking at home and great restaurant food, so they combine the best of both worlds with some Triple-D style takeout. Four DDD alums send ingredients for their most off-the-hook recipes, then join Guy and Hunter via video chat to cook up all that flavor. On this menu, there's Roman-style pizza from Arizona, a wicked-hot burger from Boston, Hawaiian surf and turf and Trinidadian specialties out of Seattle.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分This trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' up the hot spots in Havana, Cuba. First, a neighborhood joint cooking up house-cured lamb and freshly-caught snapper. Next, a house-turned-restaurant dishin' out savory goat stew and Chinese fried rice. Then, a cigar-lovers' haven serving specialties like "drunk chicken" and pork with plantains.
Guy Fieri hits three joints with the same name twice -- Pok Pok, Tap Tap and Niko Nikos. In Houston, an old gas station serving up authentic Greek specialties including moussaka, gyros and honey-drenched donut holes called loukoumades; In Miami Beach, Fla., a Haitian restaurant doing a classic marinated pork and a one-of-a kind watercress sauce -- all from scratch; and in Portland, Ore., a walk-up or dine-in place where they're making all kinds of Asian, from Thai marinated boar to Vietnamese chicken wings.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbin' some grub cooked up at pubs! In Minneapolis, a big-time brewery cooking up dishes like righteous pulled pork and a killer brisket sandwich. In Miami, a craft drink and beer joint serving southern favorites like hen and dumplings and a lamb belly BLT, where he's joined by Harry Wayne "K.C." Casey from KC and the Sunshine Band. And in Los Angeles, an Italian restaurant and bar dishin' out a mega-meat pizza and wild boar gnocchi.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing grub infused with international flavors. There's a meaty spot in Wilmington, Delaware, putting Thai into sausage and Cuban into sandwiches. In Kauai, there's a legit Tiki joint owned by real-deal rock stars cooking up Hawaiian flair. Finally, a Lebanese place in San Diego is serving authentic specialties that go beyond the standards.
Guy Fieri takes an eastward tour of Route 66: In Flagstaff, Ariz., a family style restaurant serving scratch made southwest favorites; in Albuquerque, N.M., an old gas station turned diner making classics their own way, like chicken-fried ahi tuna; and in Chicago, a joint that's been serving fried chicken on Route 66 since the 30's.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分This trip, Guy Fieri's rolling out for a Triple-D take on chicken. In Belmar, N.J., a Mexican joint tossing wings with scratch made adobo sauce. In Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, a sports bar doing a roasted garlic chicken pizza, with a scratch made crust from an old Sicilian family recipe, where he's joined by former MLB player Don Larsen. And at the farmer's market in Nashville, Tenn., a Jamaican cafeteria serving authentic mango chutney chicken.
Guy Fieri's reeling in all kinds of standout seafood! There's a restaurant-market in Vancouver that's combining sustainability with killer cooking including their bouillabaisse and salmon fish and chips. Next, a local fresh-catch institution in Kauai, Hawaii, is putting out prime-time poke and amazing ahi. Finally, a raw bar in Chico, California, is cooking up Asian flavors with their Thai steamer specialty and their unique spin a Korean classic.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分This trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' up world flavors tucked away in the USA. In Los Angeles, the Korean-Mexican mashup serving up short rib tacos and spicy pork chimichangas. Nearby in L.A.'s Chinatown, the New Orleans-inspired joint cooking up Big Easy po' boys and legit crawfish mac and cheese, where he's joined by HGTV and DIY host Alison Victoria. And in Charlotte, N.C., the Serbian pizza place dishing out European-style calzones and a stuffed cabbage specialty.
Guy Fieri's heading out to grab flavor from far and wide. In Santa Fe, N.M., a Southwest-Middle Eastern quick stop slingin' the shawarma and salmon souvlaki. In Kansas City, Mo., a funky joint serving up outrageous Scandinavian specialties, and in El Paso, Texas, a family-run tortilla factory turning out top-notch tamales and tostadas.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Guy Fieri heads for three great diners that viewers e-mailed to recommend: In Baltimore, a gleaming, family-run place with a huge menu ranging from burgers, to goulash, to home made shrimp creole; in Salt Lake City, the diner that's heavy on tattoos and 1940s decor, where they're brining their own corned beef for hash, and smoking their own salmon; and in Minneapolis, the diner run by a CIA trained chef, whose specialties now include fried pickles and chicken and waffles.
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Guy Fieri tracks down great tastes from all over the world including a Phoenix mom-and-pop joint with a mix of Mexican, Chinese and Caribbean food; a classic diner outside Atlanta with a menu full of homemade Greek specialties; and a tiny Kansas City, Mo., place with the globe-trotting chef who brings back recipes from Asia to Central America.
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This trip Guy Fieri's heading out for some global flavor. In Brighton, Colo., a German joint specializing in homemade kraut and its own take on a kraut burger. In San Antonio, a Moroccan family restaurant doing the Moroccan Friday night favorite: couscous. And in Tampa, a taco to go spot that's brought the California classic fish taco 3,000 miles east.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Guy Fieri finds local favorites from the east to the southwest: The third generation cafeteria outside Atlanta that's still serving southern favorites like biscuits, chicken and dumplings and Brunswick Stew; the Louisiana bar with the culinary school grad who's making everything from rabbit with spaetzle to turtle soup; and the Albuquerque, N.M. steakhouse you can enter through their liquor store, where they're also serving great Greek family favorites.
This trip, Guy Fieri's headed south of the border to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. On the town's main drag, the taco joint that's turning out totally fresh octopus tacos and Guadalajaran-inspired sauces that'll knock your socks off, where he's joined by drummer Brad Wilk. On the marina, the all day spot dishin' up stuffed fish with lobster sauce and a unique spin on French toast. And down the dock, another marina favorite serving up a taquito trifecta alongside super fresh sushi with Mexican flair, where he's joined by musician Sammy Hagar.
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2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分Guy Fieri rolls out to some joints doing comfort food their way: In Arizona, where a Paris-trained chef is doing ham steak with red eye gravy; in San Francisco, where a trained pastry chef has folks lining up for chili cheddar cornbread and pumpkin oatmeal pancakes; and in Milwaukee, where another trained chef is wrapping bacon around meatloaf, and deep frying a ball of turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes.
This trip, Guy Fieri's travelin' the world of feel good food. In San Antonio, a native Puerto Rican cranks out one of Guy's all time favorites, mofongo. In Virginia Beach, Va., an Italian mother/daughter duo treats everyone like family, servin' up family recipes for classics like homemade focaccia and stuffed meatballs. And in Chicago, a bbq joint brings southern cookin' to the locals with favorites like cajun meatloaf and chicken fried chicken.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分This trip, Guy Fieri's hittin' the road looking for plates packin' a punch. In Dallas, a Neapolitan pizza place spreading bacon jam on pizza and fresh pancetta on the pasta. In Minneapolis, the Caribbean joint cranking out spicy chickpea and blazing oxtail stews. And in Austin, Texas, the tiny cafe dishing out scratch-made chicken burgers and quail, where he's joined by guitarist Jimmie Vaughan.
2020欧洲杯足球滚球比分This trip, Guy Fieri's on the road for some stellar food mashups. In Somerville, Mass., the burger joint putting the crowning touch on a mac and cheese burger. In Middletown, R.I., a seafood spot stuffing quahogs with chorizo and turning calamari into a Kung Pao classic. And in St. Louis, the Filipino-inspired food truck hand pulling noodles for savory dishes, and washing it all down with a two-finger punch drink.
Guy Fieri checks out some places keeping the feel of the past alive: In Idaho, the local landmark brought back to life, where they're dishing up big plates, from burgers to steak. In Portland, Ore., the old-time lunch counter and soda fountain where folks love the grilled cheese and home made tomato soup; and in Miami, Fla., the family joint doing seafood the way their grandparents did back in Cuba.
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