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FOOD NETWORK Spices Up the Holiday All Month Long This December is the ultimate holiday destination including top-rated recipes and party tips
Food Network gets in the holiday spirit with on-air specials and themed episodes throughout December. Robert Irvine takes on his biggest challenge in Holiday: Impossible 2 on Wednesday, December 11th at 10pm as he attempts to rebuild a New Jersey restaurant and fire house devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Rachael Ray is in the kitchen serving up a delicious holiday meal in her one-hour special Rachael Ray's Easy Holiday Feast on Saturday, December 14th at 12pm, and Guy Fieri discovers the holiday traditions of Tennessee in Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Holiday on Monday, December 16th at 10pm. Food Network also serves up two holiday Iron Chef America battles and a star-studded celebrity episode of Chopped. For three weekends in December get nonstop holiday content with premiere episodes of daytime favorites. is the one-stop shop for recipes and entertaining tips to make this holiday season a success. Join the Food Network conversation on Facebook and Twitter.


Restaurant Express
Premiering Sunday, December 1st at 9pm - "Going, Going, Gone!"
The four remaining chefs are given their biggest budget challenge yet: create a supper club with $1,000 and an empty restaurant. But before they can go shopping for food and supplies, they must attend an auction with a list of items that could benefit them during dinner service. It is up to the contestants to spend wisely for an advantage and not blow their budget at the auction. One chef will not make it back on the bus for their next stop as their supper club does not garner the attention and profit it should to make it past this challenge.
Premiering Sunday, December 8th at 9pm - "The Truck Stops Here!"
In the penultimate episode, the three remaining chefs are each given a food truck and are challenged on their ability to serve groups of diners at three iconic locations: a zoo, an upscale shopping center, and a late night bar scene. The chefs will face Robert as he makes a tough decision based on their profitability. Which chefs will make it to the finale for a chance to help launch a brand new restaurant in the M Resort Spa Casino Las Vegas?
Premiering Sunday, December 15th at 9pm - "Vegas or Bust"
For the final challenge, the Restaurant Express bus arrives at their final location, the M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas. The chefs must battle it out as they have only 90 minutes to pitch their vision to Robert for what their restaurant would be if they were to win, by creating a featured dish, menu and restaurant layout. For the next challenge, with a budget of $5,000, the finalists must create their vision for the M Resort, by implementing their designs to serve 100 guests. Robert and the M Resort executives will visit each restaurant. In the end, one chef will fulfill their dream and win an opportunity to be the executive chef of a restaurant at the M Resort Spa Casino Las Vegas.

Online at, get bonus video, episode highlights and a sweepstakes for a trip to Vegas. Plus weekly updates leading up to the finale. Follow the bus on Twitter using #RestaurantExpress.


Premiering Tuesday, December 3rd at 10pm - "Celebrity Holiday Bash"
Four stars who love to cook (Dawn Wells, Antonio Sabato Jr., Anthony Anderson and Teri Hatcher) compete in the Chopped Kitchen for a favorite charity. The party begins with sparkling cider and doughnuts in the first basket. Wagyu steaks are served up for the entrée round, and the final moments of the competition are filled with drama and suspense as the competitors rush to get their plum pudding desserts plated.

Holiday Theme Weekends
Premiering Saturday and Sunday, December 7th-8th, 14th-15th and 21st-22nd from 7am-12pm
For three festive weekends in December, Food Network shares holiday entertaining tips and recipes from fan-favorite chefs. Premiere episodes include:
Premiering Saturday, December 7th at 10am - The Pioneer Woman - "Christmas Cocktail Party"
Ree has invited a crowd of friends and family over to Drummond Ranch for a festive holiday get-together that she is putting together in no time at all. There is a delicious and simple Party Punch and a bunch of fabulous canapés including Christmas Rollups, Shrimp Pineapple Skewers, Tortellini Skewers, Holiday Queso, Smoked Sausage in Barbecue Sauce. For a festive sweet treat, Quick and Easy Peppermint Fudge.
Premiering Saturday, December 7th at 10:30am - Trisha's Southern Kitchen - "Easy Holiday Brunch"
Living up to the annual tradition, Trisha invites the band over for brunch to celebrate the holidays together. She enlists the help of Steve and Johnny in the kitchen to make an easy but impressive holiday menu. Jarrah joins them to feast on Cordelia's Roast Beef, a cheesy Asparagus Casserole, Blanche's Mini Cherry Muffins, and a Gingerbread Cocktail.
Premiering Saturday, December 7th at 11:30am - Giada At Home - "Christmas Brunch"
Nothing is better on Christmas morning than an amazing festive brunch. Giada and her Aunt Raffy create a menu that is savory, sweet and sure to please this holiday season with dishes like Breakfast Lasagna, Triple Ginger Soufflé, Todd's Scramble and Strawberry Santas.
Premiering Sunday, December 8th at 10am - Guy's Big Bite -"Feast of the Fish"
Guy loves feeding friends and family at the holidays, and this year he is serving an elegant meal with a healthier spin. On the menu: Guy's Grilled Swordfish, Wheat Berry and Butternut Squash Salad and Apple Cinnamon Bread Pudding.
Premiering Saturday, December 21st at 10:30am - Trisha's Southern Kitchen - "Ladies Cocktail Party"
Sometimes you just want to be pampered! Trisha along with her friends, Mary-Beth and Earl, party like there is no tomorrow while snacking on bite-size creations they prepared. The menu includes: Salmon Croquettes, Mini Chicken Pizzas, Thumbprint Cookies and Trisha's Mix-It-Up Vodka Cocktails to end the party right.
Premiering Sunday, December 22nd at 9am - Rachael Ray's Week in a Day - "Layer It Up"
Rachael whips up a week stacked with multi-layered meals. Recipes include: Potato, Cauliflower, Broccoli Casserole with Welsh Rarebit Top; Stacked Polenta and Mushroom Casserole; Spinach Lasagna; Toastacho Casserole; and Turkey and Stuffing Casserole.

Holiday: Impossible 2
Premiering Wednesday, December 11th at 10pm
Robert and his team are heading to the Jersey Shore to transform not one, but two, locations that were devastated by Hurricane Sandy making this his biggest mission yet. With three days and $50,000 for the makeovers, Robert and his team will work to restore the LBI Pancake House to its former glory and give the dedicated first responders of the Ship Bottom Volunteer Fire Company a much deserved thank you with a complete renovation of their fire station's kitchen which was totally destroyed by the super storm.

Rachael Ray's Easy Holiday Feast
Premiering Saturday, December 14th at 12pm
Rachael Ray heads to the kitchen to whip up easy, holiday recipes to make this meal the best yet.

Iron Chef America
Premiering Saturday, November 30th at 10pm - "Ghosts of Holiday Ingredients"
The Chairman unwraps his traditional holiday feast with a new first for kitchen stadium. Three teams featuring one Iron Chef and one Celebrity Cooking Channel Chef (Iron Chef Michael Symon & Ching-He Huang; Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto & G. Garvin; and Iron Chef Jose Garces & Bobby Deen) must cook with the most feared ingredients from previous holiday battles in a battle Ghosts of Holiday Ingredients Past.
Judges: Simon Majumdar, Karine Bakhoum and Ed Schoenfeld
Premiering Saturday, December 14th at 10pm - "Winter Ice Battle"
Iron Chefs Bobby Flay and Jose Garces team up to battle Iron Chefs Masaharu Morimoto and Geoffrey Zakarian in a frozen wonderland, where food must be served on elaborate plates carved from huge blocks of ice.
Judges: Anthony Anderson, Karine Bakhoum and Alfred Portale

Guy's Grocery Games
Premiering Sunday, December 15th at 8pm -"Holly Jolly Meals"
For the first challenge,Guy gives the chefs a small budget to create tasty grilled cheese sandwiches for four. Then, he challenges the chefs to make unusual desserts from the ingredients in the meat, seafood and dairy aisle. In the spirit of the season, the final two chefs shop the aisles to make their best holiday dish with delicious sides, but Guy swaps their bag of ingredients when they return. Quick thinking, ingenuity, and serious skills in the kitchen will send one chef on the Super Shopping Spree with an extra holiday surprise!
JUDGES: Melissa d'Arabian, Richard Blais, and Troy Johnson

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives - "Tennessee Holiday Traditions"
Premiering Monday, December 16th at 10pm
This trip, Guy digs into the unique holiday traditions in Tennessee. In Hendersonville, a barbecue joint with a storied past serves up the traditional pulled pork shoulder and a holiday ham with a fiery finish. In Nashville, a tiny taco joint wraps up traditional Mexican tamales and unique quinoa sweet potato tacos.


Cupcake Wars
Premiering Saturday, December 7th at 8pm - "Comedy Cupcakes"
Four bakers are going to have to bring the funny - and the tasty - if they want to be front and center at a celebrity packed VIP party for Variety magazine's Power of Comedy. Celebrity Publicist Jennifer Styles serves as the guest judge.
Premiering Saturday, December 28th at 8pm - "Breeders' Cup"
It is the mother of all horse races, as four cupcake bakers vie for the chance to have their cupcakes at the center of the legendary Breeders' Cup World Championships. To get there and win a $10,000 prize, they must win over guest judge Bo Derek, iconic actress, model and Breeders' Cup Ambassador.

Which sweet cupcake creations should take the cake? Comment on Twitter using #CupcakeWars.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
Premiering Monday, December 2nd at 10pm - "Pork, Pasta and Barbecue"
This trip, Guy checks out some tried and true local faves. In Kansas City, a neighborhood favorite kills it with their scratch-made standouts like pork hash with black beans. Down the road, right on the Missouri/Kansas border, the former chef to the President of Italy dishes up authentic homemade pastas straight out of the family recipe book. In Albuquerque, a southern pride joint situated on Route 66, serves up a smorgasbord of dishes from smoked barbecue chicken to specialty hot dogs.
Premiering Monday, December 9th at 10pm - "South of the Border"
This trip, Guy heads south of the border to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. On the town's main drag, a taco joint turns out fresh octopus tacos and Guadalajaran-inspired sauces. On the marina, an all-day spot dishes up stuffed fish with lobster sauce and a unique spin on French toast. Down the dock, another marina favorite serves up a taquito trifecta alongside fresh sushi with Mexican flair.

Let us know your favorite local gems on Twitter using #DDD.

Guy's Grocery Games
Premiering Sunday, December 1st at 8pm - "It's Egg-cellent!"
Guy hands the chefs his unusual grocery list, and they scramble to make their best egg dish. The second challenge has a hold-up at the cash register, as the chefs scratch their heads to figure out how to make a dinner for four using just $7.83. Then, it all comes down to improvising when Guy swaps the shopping bags of the final two chefs. With up to $20,000 on the line, which chef will make the best gourmet lunch?
JUDGES: Melissa d'Arabian, Troy Johnson, and Catherine McCord
Premiering Sunday, December 8th at 8pm - "Cart Your Engines"
In the first round, the four chefs create international-themed dishes using just five ingredients or less. Then, the chefs are restricted to using only the items in aisle four - the cereal, nuts and candy aisle. In a final twist, the two remaining chefs must make steak and potatoes without key components on the shelves. Which chef has the skills and can handle the pressure and earn up to $20,000?
JUDGES: Beau MacMillan, Catherine McCord, and Marcela Valladolid
Premiering Sunday, December 15th at 8pm -"Holly Jolly Meals"
For the first challenge,Guy gives the chefs a small budget to create tasty grilled cheese sandwiches for four. Then, he challenges the chefs to make unusual desserts from the ingredients in the meat, seafood and dairy aisle. In the spirit of the season, the final two chefs shop the aisles to make their best holiday dish with delicious sides, but Guy swaps their bag of ingredients when they return. Quick thinking, ingenuity, and serious skills in the kitchen will send one chef on the Super Shopping Spree with an extra holiday surprise!
JUDGES: Melissa d'Arabian, Richard Blais, and Troy Johnson

Online at, get bonus video, exclusive outtakes, episode highlights, a "How Well Do You Know Guy?" quiz and a sweepstakes with a $5K prize. Comment on your favorite episodes on Twitter using #GroceryGames.

On The Rocks
Premiering Sundays at 10pm beginning November 17th
Failing nightlife establishments across America get a complete overhaul in a last ditch effort to make a profit in Food Network's new series On The Rocks. Top consultant and bartender extraordinaire, John Green, assesses establishments that have taken a 'dive' in hopes of filling the bar stools and pint glasses once again. Whether he is shaking hands or martinis, John knows the business behind the bar and never settles for mediocrity, but can he make these bars the toast of the town?

Restaurant Divided
Premiering Thursday, December 5th at 10pm - "Michael's Porthole"
Michael's Porthole, a waterfront seafood restaurant on Long Island, N.Y., is struggling to survive after a string of disasters left the restaurant in serious disrepair. Owner Michael believes the original restaurant can survive if they can get out of debt, while his son and executive chef, Mike Jr., feels strongly that an Italian concept will get diners in the doors year round. Rocco DiSpirito intervenes, dividing the space and helping them develop their menus. After opening both restaurants for one night, Rocco decides which concept will give the family the best chance of success.

Restaurant: Impossible
Premiering Wednesday, December 4th at 10pm - "Unfixable Family"
Robert Irvine may have met his match when he encounters the volatile owners of Mike LaSusa's Italian Restaurant in Oak Creek, Wis. Every time Patrick, Mary and their son get together, they fight about everything from the food to the artwork to hang on the wall. The two days Robert has for the renovation may not be enough time to turn this restaurant and family around, especially when one of the owners walks out and never returns.
Premiering Wednesday, December 18th at 10pm - "Goombazz Gone Wild"
Sal and Brenda's one-year old restaurant, Goombazz Big City Eatzz, has struggled to find a strong customer base and is now more than $300,000 in debt. When Robert investigates Goombazz, he discovers that Sal's short temper is driving people away including Brenda, the staff and the beloved and departed general manager. Robert has two days to make Sal realize that he is the biggest obstacle in the restaurant's success before he loses everything and everyone.

Don't miss the Restaurant: Impossible Top 5 countdown videos, like Top 5 Dirtiest Kitchens, Top 5 Heartwarming Moments and Top 5 Angry Owners at FoodNetwork.Com/RI. Tweet using #RestaurantImpossible

Restaurant Stakeout
Premiering Wednesday, December 4th at 9pm - "Whine Bar"
Willie steps in to help Rich and Jeanie, owners of 12 Grapes Wine Bar in Peekskill, N.Y. Five years ago, Rich retired from his corporate job to fulfill his lifelong dream of owning a music venue/restaurant. Rich has invested everything they have into the business, but now, his dream is jeopardizing the couple's financial future. Can Willie wake Rich and Jeanie from this nightmare before it is goodnight for 12 Grapes?
Premiering Wednesday, December 11th at 9pm - "Somers Almost Over"
Willie is called in to help lifelong best friends and current business partners Joe and Gene. Four years ago the former Wall Street hotshots opened Somers 202 in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. While locals initially loved the restaurant, lately business has bottomed out. The owners dream of passing the restaurant down to their children, but without Willie's help, shutting the doors on Somers 202 may be their only reality.
Premiering Wednesday, December 18th at 9pm - "Division Street Disaster"
With its fifteen-year anniversary around the corner, Division Street Grill owner, Arne, calls in Willie as a last ditch effort to save his struggling business. Arne was once a hands-on owner, but has recently lost his passion for the business and his staff is following his lead. If Willie is unable to reinvigorate this rundown staff and its disimpassioned owner, Arne will have to close the doors of his Peekskill, N.Y., restaurant for the first time in fifteen years.

Give us your feedback on the restaurants' dirty deeds using#RestaurantStakeout.


Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives- "Top Ten Burgers"
Premiering Friday, November 29th at 10pm
Guy's had a lot of burgers on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, and Food Network asked viewers to vote for their Top 10 favorites of all time. From old school to gourmet, it's a countdown of the most creative and delicious combinations found in Flavortown.


Farmhouse Rules
Sundays at 11:30am beginning November 17th
Farmhouse Rules looks into Nancy Fuller's kitchen and the Hudson Valley farming community that supplies it. Nancy is a loving mother of five, grandmother to thirteen and a no-nonsense owner of a multi-million dollar business she runs with her husband. Follow Nancy as she gathers the best the land has to offer and feeds her friends and family classic, farm fresh meals.

Guy's Big Bite
Premiering Sunday, December 29th at 10am -"Double the Pork, Double the Fun"
Today Guy's going hog-wild, dressing up pork with more pork! It is all about Bacon-Wrapped Pork Kebabs - ultra-thick slices of slab bacon woven around cubes of pork loin, all cooked on the grill until tender and then basted with a fantastic Orange-Shallot Glaze. On the side, Guy has an Israeli Couscous and Arugula Salad dressed in a bright vinaigrette.

Rachael Ray's Week in a Day
Premiering Sunday, December 29th at 9am - "Bowled Over"
Rachael shares more of her favorite soups and stews for a week for all The Soup lovers. Recipes include: Pork and Ancho Stew; Chicken Stew with Carrots and Leeks; Vegetable Soup with Mixed Greens; Ham, Bean and Bacon Soup with Sauerkraut; and Spanish Meatballs with Beans and Greens.


Parties and Entertaining Weekend
Premiering Saturday and Sunday, November 30th - December 1st from 7am - 12pm
Whether you are throwing a big bash or an intimate gathering, Food Network's all-star cast of chefs share the top tips for preparing the best party with premiere episodes of Giada at Home, Guy's Big Bite, The Pioneer Woman, Southern at Heart, Trisha's Southern Kitchen, Rachael Ray's Week in a Day and Farmhouse Rules.
Premiering Saturday, November 30th at 10am - The Pioneer Woman - "Dinner for Dad"
Ree's home alone and throwing an impromptu dinner party for her dad and stepmom. She is making her dad's favorites including Steak Oscar, Mushroom Pilaf and Pots De Crème with Brandy Whipped Cream.
Premiering Saturday, November 30th at 10:30am - Trisha's Southern Kitchen - "Sex and the Country"
Trisha and her friends, Natalie and Jarrah, and her sister Beth come over for a TV marathon party to watch Sex and the City. The girls prep Cousin Warren's Chicken Bites, Cream Cheese Roll Ups (Redneck Sushi), and Mamie's Teacakes for the perfect finger food menu. Also, do not forget a little Summer in a Cup served in a martini glass!
Premiering Saturday, November 30th at 11:30am - Giada at Home - "Gifts Galore"
The perfect way to thank a host or hostess is with a homemade treat. Giada makes a handful of easy and delicious recipes that can be taken to any party like Double Ginger Cookies, Crispy Chickpeas, Rosemary Cashews, Raw Goji Berry Trail Mix, Moscow Mule Cocktails and even Peanut Butter Dog Treats for the hosts' pets. Giada also shows us how to wrap up these edible gifts in creative and fun packaging.
Premiering Sunday, December 1st at 9am - Rachael Ray's Week in a Day -"Easily Entertained"
Rachael cooks up everything you need for a stress-free soiree. On the menu: Chutney Chicken; Potted Beef with Pears and Cipollini Onions; Braised Pork with Caraway, Apples and Onions; Mustard and Cheddar Mashed Potatoes; Veal Ragu with Gorgonzola; and Fancy Fisherman's Stew.
Premiering Sunday, December 1st at 10am - Guy's Big Bite -"S'LAMB'n Ribs"
Guy has a real cast of characters over for a cook-off, and the first challenge is Guy's Grilled Lamb Ribs. Then he whips up an Apricot Mint Chimichurri and Smashed Tri-Color Potatoes.
Premiering Sunday, December 1st at 10:30am - Southern at Heart - "Touch of Bourbon"
Kentucky's magical elixir is a key ingredient in this holiday-inspired dinner. When Buddy asks for Damaris' help to find a way to make the season extra special for his wife this year, she whips up a perfect and easy Roasted Chicken with Pear Butter and Bourbon Glaze as the centerpiece. Her Cauliflower Curry and Brown Rice Casserole elevate the holiday feast which is topped off with a decadently satisfying Bourbon Pecan Cake.


Get ready for an all-time favorite feast with classic Thanksgiving recipes as well as new ideas from your favorite Food Network chefs. From Alton Brown's five-star rated (4,000 times over) turkey recipe to Ina Garten's herb and apple stuffing and Trisha Yearwood's famous pecan pie, Food Network has delicious ideas for every dish.
Thanksgiving Live!
Food Network will be sharing behind-the-scenes photos and videos from rehearsal and the set via social media before the broadcast at During the broadcast, Food Network Kitchens will be answering fan questions via social media! Do not miss out!
On the Road
Make sure the busiest travel time of the year is also the most delicious with restaurant recommendations and recipes inspired by the best of what the country has to offer. Guy Fieri advises on the restaurants with the best turkey dinners and gives coast-to-coast pie picks. Plus, get favorite regional Thanksgiving recipes and tips on feeding a crowd from Aarón Sánchez, Alex Guarnaschelli and more.
Food Network chefs' delicious appetizers are a fun and easy way to get started planning for Thanksgiving. Hungry guests will feast on classics like Giada De Laurentiis' foolproof stuffed mushrooms and Alton's hot artichoke dip.
Whether you are planning on roasting, brining or finally tackling a deep-fried turkey this year, Food Network has the recipes and tips you will need to pull it off. From Ree Drummond's tried-and-true roasted turkey to Bobby Flay's black-pepper molasses-glazed bird, you are sure to find a no-fail plan for the star of Thanksgiving.
From green bean casserole to macaroni and cheese and Brussels sprouts, find standout Thanksgiving sides from your favorite chefs. Bobby Flay shows you three ways to make cranberry sauce, and Alton Brown unlocks the secrets to perfect mashed potatoes.
Stuffing and Dressing
Thanksgiving without stuffing is like a birthday without cake. Try the Neelys' cornbread stuffing, Giada De Laurentiis' ciabatta stuffing or countless others that will be a hit on any Thanksgiving table.
Focus on the most fun part of any celebration: dessert! You will find recipes for cakes, cookies, cupcakes and of course, lots and lots of pie. Bake Ina Garten's deep-dish apple pie, Alton Brown's sweet potato pie and more can't-miss sweets.
Discover great tips and ideas for hosting the perfect Thanksgiving from Food Network chefs. You will get inspiring tablescapes and party planning ideas from Sandra Lee, plus wine pairing tips and centerpiece how-tos.
While you could make just enough food to feed family and friends on the big day, you would be missing out on one of the best parts of Thanksgiving: leftovers. We will have great ideas and recipes from Rachael Ray and Melissa d'Arabian for sandwiches, soups, stews and more.

Holiday Central
Make the season merry, bright and easy with the most festive holiday recipes from Ina Garten, Bobby Flay and Trisha Yearwood. Get great ideas for every part of the feast, including delicious recipes that leave you more time to spend with family, the most impressive ideas to wow at any cookie swap and genius gift ideas for every food lover on your list. # Holiday Central
Holiday Central On the Road
Celebrate the holidays across America with this guide to Food Network-approved spots for eggnog, gingerbread and hot buttered rum. Find out chefs' favorite holiday traditions, like Marcus Samuelsson's Christmas drink, Alton Brown's favorite country ham and Guy Fieri's spot for cinnamon rolls.
12 Days of Cookies
We asked 12 Food Network chefs for their best holiday cookies, and they delivered family favorites you are sure to love. From Ree Drummond's mint chocolate truffles to Linzer stars from Alex Guarnaschelli and even a gluten-free meringue from Ron Ben-Israel, we have got something for everyone. #12DaysofCookies
Everyday Celebrations
Make every day a celebration with fun recipes for cooking with and for kids and families. Whether you are planning a movie night in, a birthday party or family game night, we have got fun, crowd-pleasing recipes from Sandra Lee, Giada DeLaurentiis and Rachael Ray, plus all-new recipes from Food Network Kitchens for food you did not know you can make in a waffle iron, like brownies, pizza and French toast.

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