Scoop: Food Network's April Highlights
Food Network springs into action this April with all-new exciting series and season premieres of your favorite shows. Hit the streets with Bobby Flay and daughter Sophie Flay as they search for the greatest local dishes around, on new series The Flay List, premiering Thursday, April 11th at 10:30pm. Restaurant: Impossible returns with Chef Robert Irvine on Saturday, April 20th at 9pm as he takes on the challenge of turning around a failing restaurant in just two days. Starting on Sunday, April 21st at 9pm, watch chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence take on the worst celebrity cooks with the hope of transforming them from kitchen disasters into kitchen masters, on a new season of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition. Also, in primetime, catch the epic grand finale of Buddy Vs. Duff, plus premieres of Beat Bobby Flay, Chopped, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Family Food Showdown and Guy's Grocery Games. In daytime, catch the exciting return of 30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray, kicking off 30 days of 30 new episodes on Monday, April 1st at 12pm. Then, Ina Garten returns with a new season of Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro onSunday, April 21st at 11:30am. Plus, don't miss premieres of Giada Entertains, Girl Meets Farm, The Kitchenand The Pioneer Woman. Join the Food Network conversation on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat Discover.
PRIMETIME PREMIERE EPISODES
Beat Bobby Flay
- Premiering Thursday, April 4th at 10pm - "Nutty Times"
Chopped's Geoffrey Zakarian and Amanda Freitag enlist Jimmy Buffett's private chef Dante Giannini and Telluride's Eliza Gavin to edge out the win and wipe out Bobby Flay.
- Premiering Thursday, April 11th at 10pm - "Against the Grain"
Chopped host Ted Allen and Food Network's Damaris Phillips try to rewrite history. Attempting to makeBobby Flay's domination a thing of the past are Southern heirloom chef Paul Fehribach and spunky pan-Asian chef Sara Nguyen.
- Premiering Thursday, April 18th at 10pm - "They Took the Cheese"
It's a battle of Southern chefs as Houston's Roshni Gurnani faces off against New Orleans' Carl Schaubhut. Coaching them to victory against Bobby Flay are Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell and Chopped'sMarcus Samuelsson.
- Premiering Thursday, April 25th at 10pm - "Tropical Punch"
Well-traveled chef Zach Meloy takes on a New Orleans transplant to Brooklyn, Chef Matt Pace, to prove their culinary chops. It's up to The Kitchen's Katie Lee and Best Bakers in America's Scott Conant to decide who has the skills to beat Bobby Flay.
Online, find out what it takes to Beat Bobby Flay, where Food Network's own chefs reveal the skills and tactics needed to defeat Bobby. You can also check out behind-the-scenes photos and videos, relive highlights, tour the set and much more. Join the conversation with #BeatBobbyFlay.
Buddy vs. Duff
- Premiering Sunday, April 7th at 9pm- "Donuts and Magic"
In this week's Bake-Off, Buddy Valastro and Duff Goldman must handle the morning rush at LA's iconic Randy's Donuts drive thru. The chefs prepare dozens of deep-fried delights that will not only please discerning customers, but also the expert judges. There's magic in the air for this week's Cake-Off challenge, as Buddy and Duff create cakes for the legendary duo Penn & Teller and present their cakes on stage at the famous Magic Castle. Cake making, showmanship, and dazzling illusions combine for an unforgettable challenge that takes the competition to the next level. Waylynn Lucas joins judges Keegan Gerhard and Sherry Yard
- Premiering Sunday, April 14th at 9pm - "The Grand Finale" - SEASON FINALE!
For the final Bake-Off at Food Network kitchen, Buddy Valastro and Duff Goldman must come up with their most heartfelt and monumental creations yet -- chocolate desserts to conceal engagement rings for two surprise proposals. For the final Cake-Off, they create jaw-dropping, Science and space-themed cakes for Philadelphia's prestigious Franklin Institute. Street Science's Kevin Delaney, presides over the wild festivities, as Buddy and Duff lay it all on the line with their show-stopping masterpieces. After weeks of intense competition, it all comes down to these mind-boggling creations, and they do not disappoint. Gesine Pradoand Florian Bellanger join judges Keegan Gerhard and Sherry Yard.
Online, get an insider's look at the show with Buddy and Duff. Plus, watch bonus videos with the judges and guests that will bring you behind the scenes, and follow the action on social media using #BuddyVsDuff.
- Premiering Tuesday, April 2nd at 9pm - "Pasta Possibilities"
Four chefs face a three-round culinary battle where pasta is found on every plate. They start off the carb-tastic competition by making pasta appetizers that include pea tendrils and a fatty, delicious fish. A common vegetable causes some surprising problems in the entree round. Finally, a huge, sweet surprise in the final basket gets the judges excited for dessert.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Scott Conant, Amanda Freitag, Evan Funke
- Premiering Tuesday, April 9th at 9pm- "You've Got Snail!"
The bar for balancing flavors is set high as four chefs find sea snails and candy in the first basket. A mishap in the entree round dramatically affects one chef's scallop dish. The two remaining competitors must then work with a dessert basket that includes something porky and something sticky.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Scott Conant, Amanda Freitag
- Premiering Tuesday, April 16th at 9pm- "Squab Goals"
An ingredient basket containing squab kicks off an action-packed first round in the Chopped kitchen. As the chefs endeavor to make great entrees in round two, they must break down a large fish and figure out what to do with a sweet beverage. Cookie mix in the dessert basket seems like a breeze, but the variety of cookie mix may give the competitors pause.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Chris Santos
- Premiering Tuesday, April 23rd at 9pm- "Viewers Rule"
The chefs gear up for difficult BASKETS when they find out that Chopped viewers have selected all their ingredients. A stunning but texturally challenging dessert meets a canned meat product in the appetizer basket. A weird egg from the Philippines in the entree round is startling, even for the judges, and fishy ice cream in the dessert basket proves that Chopped fans show no mercy.
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Maneet Chauhan, Marcus Samuelsson, Chris Santos
- Premiering Tuesday, April 30th at 9pm- "Belly of the Beast"
The chefs dive into the first basket to discover a beautiful example of their competition's "belly of the beasts" theme -- tuna belly! A cocktail named after poultry and a boxed product that brings low-cost meals from childhood to mind play supporting roles in basket two. And both chefs choose to add chocolate to their desserts but will it taste great with the mystery ingredients?
Host: Ted Allen Judges: Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Chris Santos
Online, get to know the competitors, browse photos of the action, and watch video highlights. Tell us your ideas for cooking with the mystery basket ingredients using #Chopped.
Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives & Triple D Nation
- Premiering Friday, April 5th at 9pm - "Triple D Nation: Beef, Barbecue and Bar Food"
Guy Fieri's trip is all about the three B's: beef, barbecue and bar food. First, he stops in Taylor, Texas, at one of the first DDD barbecue joints to pay homage to an old friend whose son is carrying on his legacy. Then, it's on to Las Vegas, where Bolivian food and the ultimate Triple D prank reigned supreme. Finally, in Atlanta, a punk rock bar is still flippin' the script on bar food.
- Premiering Friday, April 12th at 9pm- "Belly, Beef and Bratwurst"
Guy Fieri is hittin' the road and diggin' into some serious meat. In Atlanta, a funky Asian spot puts out prime-time pork belly and wok-fried chicken. In Vancouver, an elevated diner dishes out duck pancakes and not-your-momma's meatloaf. And in Kennewick, Washington, a brewpub pairs their pints with housemade sausages, like a chicken gyro and the bomb bratwurst.
- Premiering Friday, April 19th at 9pm- "Coming Together in Cali"
For this trip, Guy Fieri zeroes in on Chico, California, celebrating the town's food scene as residents and restaurant owners recover from ravaging fires that rocked the area. There's a wood-fired Italian spot cooking up powerhouse pork ragu and killer chicken, and a bakery servin' up standout savory specialties like their legendary black bean chili and a Korean pork salad. Plus, a pub elevating their grub with a 'Pho-rench Dip' and banh mi tacos.
- Premiering Friday, April 26th at 9pm- "Triple D Nation:Pancakes, Potatoes and Pizza"
On this trip, Guy Fieri crosses the border to Vancouver, British Columbia, to check in on an elevated eatery serving the ultimate in diner food, from confit duck to pancakes. In Austin, Texas, a barbecue joint whose claim to fame -- and its name -- is all in the wood, and a Korean-inspired, French oven-baked pizza parlor in Minneapolis is knockin' out killer creations and piling 'em on the perfect pies.
Family Food Showdown- Premiering Sundays at 8pm
The family that cooks together stays together, and those that cook well together have the chance to win $10,000! The best cooking families face off to see which one works best as a team and blows away both hostValerie Bertinelli and the culinary experts to reign supreme.
Online, go behind the scenes of the competition with insider photos and top video moments and join the conversation anytime by using #FamilyFoodShowdown. Get to know the families before every episode onFood Network's app as they take on a series of digital-only challenges, and watch Valerie and the judges play a series of Beat the Heat games on Food Network's Instagram Stories.
The Flay List - Premiering Thursday, April 11th at 10:30pm - NEW SERIES!
It's not surprising that Bobby Flay and his daughter, Sophie Flay, share a love for food. Together, they tackle one location at a time, experiencing each other's favorite places to eat classic dishes. Bobby takes Sophie to the food spots he's frequented for years, while Sophie introduces her dad to her latest discoveries.
Online, check out all the restaurants Bobby and Sophie visited in NYC and watch insider videos with the Flays on set. Over on Food Network's Facebook and Instagram pages, we'll have exclusive behind-the-scenes of videos of Bobby and Sophie playing brand-new guessing games and revealing little-known trivia about each other. Join the conversation using #TheFlayList.
Guy's Grocery Games
- Premiering Wednesday, April 3rd at 9pm -"Big Budget Bonanza"
Four penny-pinching pros who have braved some of Flavortown's toughest budget battles are back for a brutal budget bonanza. Guy Fieri's budget wheel determines the ingredients for their breakfast creations, and the competitors have to shop a single aisle for hearty lunches. The chefs crunch the numbers in the final round to make their dinners, and one rises above for the chance to shop Flavortown for up to $20,000.
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Troy Johnson, Christian Petroni, Aarti Sequeira
- Premiering Wednesday, April 10th at 9pm- "GGG Winning Teams"
Guy Fieri brings back the winning teams of previous competitions for another battle of team supremacy. First, he has them shop without carts for their surf and turf ingredients. Then, a spin of the food wheel determines which dish they must make, only to have Guy throw them a special ingredient mid-round that they must also incorporate. When all is said and done, only one team comes out on top and shops for up to $20,000.
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Eric Greenspan, Alex Guarnaschelli, Troy Johnson
- Premiering Wednesday, April 17th at 9pm- "Pro Athletes and Judges"
Sports and great food are a natural combination, and that's what's on Guy Fieri's mind when he invites three professional athletes to team up with some of Flavortown's finest judges in a two-round, winner-take-all face-off for culinary supremacy. Participating in the competition is: Antonia Lofaso, Brian Malarkey, Marcel Reece, Carl Ruiz, Geoff Schwartz, and Michelle Waterson. First, the judges must help the blindfolded athletes shop for their ingredients for an elevated stadium classic, and then Guy breaks out a Flavortown favorite that has the teams bowling for ingredients for their dinners. Ultimately, only one pair knocks it out of the park and wins a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Michelle Bernstein, Aaron May, Aarti Sequeira
- Premiering Wednesday, April 24th at 9pm- "Ultimate Grocery List"
Four chefs visit Flavortown to tackle Guy Fieri's worst grocery list yet, featuring ingredients they'd never dream of putting in the same dish. The chefs must use every item on the list during the three rounds of competition or face elimination, but Guy adds lots of extra twists. The chef with the skills to turn the groceries on Guy's worst list into the best dishes earns a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.
Host: Guy Fieri Judges: Traci Des Jardins, Troy Johnson, Carl Ruiz
Online, learn more about the judges, see photo highlights and test your knowledge of Flavortown Market. Fans can share which games are their favorite using #GroceryGames.
Restaurant: Impossible- Premiering Saturday, April 20th at 9pm - NEW SEASON!
Robert's back! Turning around a failing restaurant is a daunting challenge under the best of circumstances. Attempting to do it in just two days with only $10,000 may be impossible. But Chef Robert Irvine is ready to take on the challenge. He'll use a little MACGYVER and a lot of muscle to rescue these desperate places from complete collapse. Can one man, in two days, with just $10,000, turn the tide of a failing restaurant, and pave the road to a successful future? Find out as Robert Irvine takes on Restaurant: Impossible.
Online, learn more about Robert and the restaurants that he transforms. Follow #RestaurantImpossible to go behind the scenes of the action with Robert.
Spring Baking Championship
- Premiering Monday, April 1st at 9pm- "Spring Dream Teams"
In the spirit of spring romance, host Clinton Kelly pairs the eight bakers up in teams in order to create harmonious mashups of two different desserts. In the main heat, the pressure is on at the Spring Baking Championship Spelling Bee when the teams have to make colorful cream tart words that evoke spring -- that need to be spelled correctly! Judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale determine which dream teams move on.
- Premiering Monday, April 8th at 9pm - "Southern Spring Bakeover"
The seven bakers put a spring spin on Southern classics, starting with the challenge of turning a can of biscuits into a spring dessert flavored with lemonade, bourbon or sweet tea. In the main heat, host Clinton Kelly asks each baker not only to give a classic Southern cake a spring makeover but also to include a Southern pantry ingredient like pickled peaches or pepper jelly. Judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman andLorraine Pascale decide which teams are on their way to sweet victory. Also featured is a surprise appearance by Southern baking expert Jason Smith.
- Premiering Monday, April 15th at 9pm- "Easter Delights"
Easter is a time for colorful desserts and marshmallow treats, so the six remaining bakers have to create an ooey-gooey marshmallow dessert in a bright Easter color. For the main heat, host Clinton Kelly asks each competitor to bake and decorate a tropical fruit-flavored dessert that looks just like an Easter bonnet for the Easter parade. Judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale determine which teams celebrated Easter in the best way.
- Premiering Monday, April 22nd at 9pm- "Marvelous Mother Nature"
For Earth Day, the five bakers are celebrating the bounty of Mother Nature, starting with wondrous walnut desserts featuring an assortment of flower honeys. Then, the competitors find themselves in a forest grove filled with wild berries, which they must use to flavor an enchanted forest cake with edible moss. Host Clinton Kelly oversees the action as judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale help decide which bakers move on.
- Premiering Monday, April 29th at 9pm- "Pretty in Pink"
Pink is the color of spring, and rosé is the perfect party wine, so host Clinton Kelly charges the four remaining bakers with making mini desserts featuring rosé and cheese. Then it's off to the races in the spirit of the KENTUCKY DERBY as the bakers make all-pink party desserts using pink ingredients. Judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale determine which teams make it into the final three.
Online, check out even more beautiful BAKED bites, tips and videos, as well as meet the contestants, check out competition highlights, and see behind-the-scenes photos. Viewers can stay connected between episodes and find edible works of art on Food Network's social platforms using #SpringBakingChampionship.
Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition - Premiering Sunday, April 21st at 9pm- NEW SEASON!
Chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence take on the absolute worst celebrity cooks in America. Over the course of six weeks, the celebrities endure a rigorous culinary boot camp with the hope of transforming from kitchen disasters into kitchen masters. In the end, the celebrity cook who improves the most will earn $25,000 for the charity of their choice. This season's celebrity recruits are: Jim J. Bullock, Morgan Fairchild, Tonya Harding, Jonathan Lipnicki, Taryn Manning, Alec Mapa, Kym Whitley and Jimmie Walker.
- Premiering Sunday, April 21st at 9pm- "Celebrity: This Isn't How It Looks in the Pictures"
Eight of the worst celebrity cooks in America arrive at culinary boot camp, and chefs Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence ask them each to cook their favorite restaurant dish to see how they measure up to the original. Then, the chefs teach the celebrities how to make a classic steakhouse meal, and it's clear that some of these celebs just don't have the chops. Finally, Anne and Tyler pick their teams in an award show-inspired ceremony.
- Premiering Sunday, April 28th at 9pm- "Celebrity: Wheel of Misfortune"
It's Celebrity Game Night at boot camp, and the teams of celebrity cooks go head-to-head for food games and trivia, including a Wheel of Horror. Then the celebrities go on a museum tour of famous movie dishes and are asked to replicate Anne Burrell's and Tyler Florence's movie-inspired dishes. The two celebs with the worst dishes face off in a blind elimination challenge to determine who goes home.
Online, learn more about the famous faces competing for kitchen glory. Plus, browse photos from the challenges and take quizzes to improve your cooking. Follow #WorstCooks on our social channels to watch Tyler and Anne go head-to-head in fun challenges and see behind-the-scenes interviews with the recruits.
DAYTIME PREMIERE EPISODES
30 Minute Meals - Premiering Monday, April 1st at 12pm- NEW SEASON!
Although nothing beats a home-cooked meal, getting in THE KITCHEN and making one feels daunting in this digital age when time is short and apps to order takeout are just a click away. That's why efficient cooking queen RACHAEL RAY is back with 30 new episodes in 30 days of her game-changing series to remind both TV and digital audiences that satisfying, homemade dinner options from her own recipes are easy to make in 30 minutes or less.
Online, find all of Rachael's quick-and-easy recipes, and watch her new digital series. Download the Food Network app to watch Rachael cook delicious meals fast! Follow #30MinuteMeals on our social channels to learn more about Rachael.
Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro
- Premiering Sunday, April 21st at 11:30am - "Farm Stand" - NEW SEASON!
It's all about farm-to-table cooking for Ina Garten's spring feast, with a dinner, side dish, salad and dessert inspired by the farm stand. There's amazing Rosemary Rack of Lamb with Easy Tzatziki and Parmesan Roasted Zucchini, which are great for entertaining in the spring or any time of year. Then Ina's hitting the farm stand and making Fresh Corn Pancakes and an easy Tuscan Tomato and Bread Salad with a Red Wine Vinaigrette. For a sweet finish, she makes Fresh Berries and Sweet Ricotta with Raspberry and Blackberry Sauce.
- Premiering Sunday, April 28th at 11:30am - "Seafood"
Ina Garten is sharing all her seafood SECRETS and pro tips, starting with her recipe for Cioppino, a satisfying one-pot stew with cod, shrimp, scallops and mussels. Her Bay Scallops Ceviche with marinated, raw scallops is an easy, no-cook appetizer, and Salmon with Melting Cherry Tomatoes is a fast and foolproof dinner. Ina wraps things up with a perfect high-low mix of Warm Lobster Rolls, a classic with the volume turned up.
Online, get Ina's top recipes and essential cooking tips. Share photos of your best kitchen creations inspired by Ina using #BarefootContessa.
- Premiering Sunday, April 7th at 11:30am - "Under the Stars Movie Night"
Giada De Laurentiis brings out the comfy outdoor seating, cozy blankets and a DIY outdoor theater for a movie night under the stars. The menu's dishes are a spin on some of her favorite movies that include Salted Chocolate Cake, Tricolore Arancini, Grilled Polpette Kabobs and Mind-Blowing Turkey Sandwiches.
- Premiering Sunday, April 14th at 11:30am - "Easter Brunch"
Giada De Laurentiis and her daughter Jade host an Easter-themed family brunch with a menu that includes Giada's spin on traditional Italian holiday dishes. While Jade handles the table decor, Giada whips up Italian Cinnamon Rolls, Red Wine Eggs Benedict, Orecchiette with Lamb and Asparagus, Herb Melon Salad andRossini Cocktails.
Online, Giada shares tips and recipes for planning the perfect party for family and friends anytime of the year. Swap ideas on social using #GiadaEntertains.
Girl Meets Farm
- Premiering Sunday, April 7th at 11am - "Make-Ahead Meals"
Molly Yeh is preparing make-ahead meals in anticipation of the birth of her first child. There's a freezer-friendly version of Sweet Potato and Black Bean Burritos, Mini Spinach and Artichoke Chicken Casseroles andPotato Bagel Breakfast Sandwiches. She also teaches Nick how to make a super-quick Salmon Sheet Pan Supper with Horseradish Sauce for dinner.
- Premiering Sunday, April 14th at 11am - "Spring Feast"
Molly Yeh makes a delicious farm spread to celebrate the arrival of spring with her family. She's makingHomemade Herbed Pasta with Feta, Lemon and Pine Nuts, hearty Meatballs with Garlic Yogurt and Chimichurri, and Spring Apple and Fennel Salad with Dijon Vinaigrette. For dessert, they'll all enjoy Molly's Carrot Cake with Spiced Cream Cheese Frosting.
- Premiering Sunday, April 21th at 11am - "Molly's Baby Shower"
It's time for Molly Yeh's baby shower and there's quite a crowd to feed! Molly keeps it simple-but-delicious with her Potato, Sausage and Broccoli Frittata and Herby Salad with Burrata. Next, there's a Baby Shower Bubbly Bar so everyone can toast with or without booze. For a sweet finish, Molly's made Mini Rosewater Trifles with Cardamom Cream and Golden Milk Lattes that double as a hostess gift.
- Premiering Sunday, April 28th at 11am - "Generational Goodies"
Molly Yeh's mom comes to the farm to share a few family recipes before baby arrives. Molly makes Pastrami Eggrolls as a tribute to her mother's hometown to go with Citrus Chicken Rice Bowls and Grilled Veggies. Together, they make Chocolate Sea Salt Rugelach -- a dish Molly grew up watching her mom make.
Online, try all of Molly's recipes and watch video exclusives from her kitchen. Over on Food Network's Facebook and Instagram pages, hear from Molly and get an insider's look behind the scenes. Weigh in on your favorite dishes using #GirlMeetsFarm!
The Kitchen - Saturdays at 11am
- Premiering Saturday, April 6th at 11am - "Spring Ahead"
The Kitchen is back with a menu refresh that includes spring flavors, tips and trends! Sunny Anderson starts with her recipe for Quick Onion and Garlic Shrimp with Pasta then Food Network Magazine's Maile Carpenterreveals how often we should be cleaning our kitchen's trickier tools and appliances. Jeff Mauro freshens up traditional Caprese Salad with chicken and a sweet-and-tart pomegranate glaze. Next, renowned cookbook author Mark Bittman stops by to make his crispy Potato Fennel Pizza and Geoffrey Zakarian turns cake on its head with his moist-and-fruity Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake.
Online, access all the co-hosts' cooking short-cuts, recipes and tips. Whether you need menu inspiration for an upcoming party or want to remake the ingredients already stowed in your pantry, FoodNetwork.com has you covered. Also, bookmark new recipes and advice, browse behind-the-scenes photos, take audience polls and much more. Join the conversation in #TheKitchen.
The Pioneer Woman
- Premiering Saturday, April 13th at 10am - "Spring Potluck Faves"
Ree Drummond is making spring favorites to share at her church potluck. She starts with get-ahead Glazed Pineapple Ham slices and tosses a Primavera Pasta Salad with Lemon and Parmesan Dressing. HerCaramelized Onion Dip is a crowd pleaser, and she bakes adorably irresistible Lemon Poppy SEED Mini Scones. Ree also shares her total pantry makeover in the spirit of spring cooking and spring cleaning.
- Premiering Saturday, April 20th at 10am- "Double Care Package"
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.
- Premiering Saturday, April 27th at 10am- "10 Things I Love About Ladd"
Ree Drummond is spilling the beans on 10 THINGS she loves about her husband, Ladd, and the food he loves most. There's Spatchcock BBQ Chicken with Apple Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce, and he can't resist Thin and Crispy Waffle Fries with Sour Cream and Onion Dip. For dessert, she makes him a Spoon Cake with gooey chocolate frosting. With the cooking covered, Ree shares her favorite things about Ladd, from his cowboy couture to his moves on the dance floor.
Online, find all Ree's recipes, watch exclusive video tours of the Drummond ranch and town, peek inside her kitchen and watch full episodes. Join the conversation with #PioneerWoman.
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