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Programs for FOODTV on Tuesday, August 11, 2020
12:00 AM
All-Star Best Thing I Ever Ate Marvelous Meats (Repeat, TV-G) Guy Fieri shows where to get his favorite meaty burrito; Bobby Flay teaches how to make the perfect rib eye; Alex Guarnaschelli shares her meat lasagna recipe. Martha Stewart(Participant), Guy Fieri(Participant), Bobby Flay(Participant), Alexandra Guarnaschelli(Participant), Anne Burrell(Participant)
1:00 AM
Chopped Fried Chicken Time (Repeat, TV-G) Fried chicken will be used in all three rounds of the competition; in round one, strange syrup and a savory pancake are ingredients in round one. Ted Allen(Host)
2:00 AM
Chopped Every 'wich Way (Repeat, TV-G) The chefs must use beef brisket sandwiches in round one; pork shoulder makes an appearance in round two; Thai curry paste appears in the final round. Ted Allen(Host)
3:00 AM
Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives Triple-D Classics (Repeat, TV-G) Guy features food and restaurants from previous classic episodes, including California, Texas, Americana and international specialties. Guy Fieri(Host)
4:00 AM
Kids Baking Championship Lunchbox Imposters (Repeat, TV-G) The hosts challenge the six kid bakers to look at lunch in a new way, by turning common lunchbox foods into lookalike dessert masterpieces. Valerie Bertinelli(Host), Duff Goldman(Host)
5:00 AM
Paid Program (TV-G) Sponsored television programming.
5:30 AM
Paid Program (TV-G) Sponsored television programming.
6:00 AM
Paid Program (TV-G) Sponsored television programming.
6:30 AM
Paid Program (TV-G) Sponsored television programming.
7:00 AM
Best Knife Ever! Cook like a professional chef with Trusted Butcher Knives!
7:30 AM
Paid Program (TV-G) Sponsored television programming.
8:00 AM
Delicious Miss Brown Miss Brown's Little Helpers (Repeat, TV-G) Kardea makes stovetop mac and cheese and kid-approved baked potato-chip chicken strips, also benne wafers and Charleston milkshakes with all the toppings. Kardea Brown(Host)
8:30 AM
Delicious Miss Brown Carolina Comfort (Repeat, TV-G) Kardea makes beef and okra stew served with sweet potatoes topped with roasted marshmallows and caramel apple cake and warm spiced apple cider for dessert. Kardea Brown(Host)
9:00 AM
Delicious Miss Brown "Too Cute" Brunch (Repeat, TV-G) Kardea makes Charleston-style shrimp and grits, homemade buttermilk biscuits topped with fresh apricot jam, along with a creamy hazelnut frappe. Kardea Brown(Host)
9:30 AM
Delicious Miss Brown Traveling Supper Club (Repeat, TV-G) Kardea creates a southern-inspired menu of low country spatchcocked chicken served with traditional Gullah red rice and a warm asparagus salad. Kardea Brown(Host)
10:00 AM
Food Paradise All in the Family (TV-G) The best meals at some of the best family-owned restaurants are featured, including enchiladas with mole in Los Angeles and stuffed Stromboli in Philadelphia. Mason Pettit(Narrator)
11:00 AM
Food Paradise Farm to Feast (TV-G) The best dishes from popular farm-to-table restaurants are featured, including the world's most luxurious steaks and the season's most vibrant vegetables. Mason Pettit(Narrator)
12:00 PM
Food Paradise Rise and Dine (TV-G) Some of the best breakfast foods from across the country are highlighted, including French toast, flapjacks, a big city egg sandwich and some Sicilian omelets. Mason Pettit(Narrator)
1:00 PM
Chopped Sweets Magical Mashups (Repeat, TV-G) The competitors make mashup masterpieces as they discover a nutty version of a doughnut in the round one basket and a hyped-up hybrid meat appears in round two. Scott Conant(Host)
2:00 PM
Chopped A Frog Leg Up (Repeat, TV-G) The chefs must use donut-shaped sushi, then they must make frog legs into an entrée and finally they have to work with some challenging textures for dessert. Ted Allen(Host)
3:00 PM
Chopped Short Order Cooks (Repeat, TV-G) Kids must use a kid-friendly ingredient in round one; pizza dough makes an appearance in round two; in the final round, the kids must use brownie mix. Ted Allen(Host)
4:00 PM
Chopped Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay, Part 1 (Repeat, TV-G) Twelve cooking champions battle for a $40,000 grand prize; in the appetizer round of the competition, a Scandinavian fish must be utilized. Ted Allen(Host), Bobby Flay(Participant)
5:00 PM
Chopped Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay, Part 2 (Repeat, TV-G) Four more returning champions return for a chance to take on Bobby Flay; in round one, seafood that needs tenderizing and a canned product for an appetizer. Ted Allen(Host), Bobby Flay(Participant)
6:00 PM
Chopped Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay, Part 3 (Repeat, TV-G) The chefs in Beat Bobby Flay competition deal with a cold soup and lobster for the appetizer, a large piece of meat and some dried fruits for the entrée. Ted Allen(Host), Bobby Flay(Participant)
7:00 PM
Chopped Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay, Finale (Repeat, TV-G) The three champions from previous heats compete in two rounds with one chef getting the chance to beat Bobby Flay and win the grand prize of $40,000. Ted Allen(Host), Bobby Flay(Participant)
8:00 PM
Chopped Beat Bobby Flay: Battle 1 (Repeat, TV-G) A sweet sandwich and seafood await the champs in the first basket, round two involves an unusual beef jerky product and a twist on hummus. Ted Allen(Host)
9:00 PM
Chopped Here to Persevere! (New, TV-G) The chefs work quickly to make appetizers from chewy candy and a canned sauce and inspiring sweets in the dessert basket keep the final two chefs on their toes. Ted Allen(Host)
10:00 PM
Chopped Sweets Birthday Bash (New, TV-G) The chefs whip up celebratory sweets starting with popcorn in the first basket, and the finalists try to come out on top with a tough third basket. Scott Conant(Host)
11:00 PM
Chopped Three Cheers for Chocolate! (Repeat, TV-G) In an all-desserts battle, the competitors must make dark chocolate creations that include a prized fruit and a salty snack in the first round. Ted Allen(Host)
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