Food Network kicks off June with a weekly programming schedule packed with new episodes every day of the week. Don't miss series premieres of Summer Rush and Symon's Dinners Cooking Out, finales of Amy Schumer Learns to Cook and Bakeaway Away Camp with Martha Stewart, plus new episodes of fan-favorites including Beat Bobby Flay, Chopped, Guy's Grocery Games, Supermarket Stakeout, Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition and more. Fans can also look forward to more self-shot episodes from home with Guy Fieri in Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives: Takeout, and Ree Drummond in The Pioneer Woman: Home Sweet Home, plus get additional mealtime inspiration with new episodes of Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro, The Kitchen, Valerie's Home Cooking and Trisha's Southern Kitchen. From all-new premieres to binge-worthy marathons, Food Network's lineup is the perfect summertime destination for entertainment and inspiration.
Food Network comfort food TV weekly highlights include:
On Monday, June 1st, at 10am join the co-hosts of The Kitchen for three back-to-back episodes showcasing dishes that can make anyone a weeknight warrior, along with recipes that celebrate what is in the garden, and more. Starting at 4pm, let the games begin in a five-episode stack of Guy's Grocery Games leading into a night of premieres. The season finale of Bakeaway Camp with Martha Stewart at 9pm has Camp Director Martha Stewart joining host Jesse Palmer to present the campers with their biggest baking battle yet, as the bakers have four hours to make a wedding cake gone wild. As Jesse adds extra challenges to truly test the bakers' skill and resolve, it's left for Martha and the counselors, Carla Hall and Dan Langan, to decide which camper will walk away with a $25,000 dream kitchen and the title of Bakeaway Camp Champion! Then at 10pm in the final episode of Amy Schumer Learns to Cook, acclaimed stand-up comedian and Emmy Award®-winning actress Amy Schumer and husband and James Beard Award-winning chef Chris Fischer start out by sharing brunch recipes. Amy mixes the Peach Bellinis while Chris walks her through Fried Eggs with Shallots and Spinach and some Pork Sausage. Then, Chris candies his favorite vegetable fennel for a perfectly baked sweet scone. With Amy and Chris loading up on groceries, it is time to move into the leftover phase. Amy makes Chris a comforting Hot Toddy to get through the day, while Chris uses their leftovers to make Mashed Potatoes, Warm Radish and Potato Salad with a Tonnato Dressing and the world's biggest Frittata.
On Tuesday, June 2nd, start the morning with the stars as they dish on their favorite bites on The Best Thing I Ever Ate at 9:30am, followed by three episodes of Food Paradise. Starting at 1pm, feel the heat in the kitchen with intense faceoffs and mystery ingredients in a marathon of Chopped, leading into a new episode at 9pm, where the contestants are challenged with a poke themed battle. Then, hit the supermarket parking lot with Alex Guarnaschelli at 10pm where the chefs must stakeout shoppers to cook up the perfect burger followed by a midnight snack challenge in Supermarket Stakeout. Plus, on Tuesday, Alex will go live on Food Network's Instagram page to answer questions from fans.
Pull up a seat in Ree Drummond's ranch kitchen on Wednesday, June 3rd for a full morning marathon of quick and easy comfort food recipes and conversation on The Pioneer Woman from 9:30am-1pm, featuring dishes like Cheesy Sausage Rigatoni, Apple Pancakes with Pork Chops, Peach Whiskey Chicken and Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Cookies. Afterwards, join the fun with Guy Fieri in a Guy's Grocery Games marathon from 1pm-4am including an all-new episode at 9pm entitled "One-Time Aisle Games," where Guy has the chefs cooking meals all night long, but can only shop each aisle once. And as if that wasn't hard enough, Guy is throwing them an additional game each and every round. When the time runs out, one chef will be standing above the rest and get to shop Flavortown Market for up to $20,000.
On Thursday, June 4th begin the day with recommendations from the stars in The Best Thing I Ever Ate at 9:30am, followed by three episodes of Food Paradise. At 1pm join Casey Webb on Man v. Food as he searches for the ultimate eating challenges in North Carolina, New Jersey, California and Texas, leading into a marathon of epic showdowns in Beat Bobby Flay beginning at 4pm. Restaurant: Impossible is new at 9pm when Robert Irvine heads to T. Phillips Alehouse and Grill in Glendora, California to help the owner get back on track. Then at 10pm, three members of one family, each with their own restaurant, square off against each other with just the summer season to make all their money for the whole year in the new series Summer Rush. The competition between restaurants around Lake George, NY is tough, and even tougher when you're up against family. Food Network's new four-part reality series follows the Foy family, as they work to keep their businesses operating smoothly during the busiest weeks of the year. The Foy family knows all too well that running a small business isn't easy, and they will need the help and support of the whole family to make it through the Summer Rush!
On Friday, June 5th, hit the road to Flavortown with Guy Fieri with a marathon of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives from 1pm-4am, including a special Takeout edition at 9pm where Guy is hosting a virtual Triple-D family reunion, bringing Flavortown to his own kitchen. Four legendary Triple D alum are updating Guy via video-chat to share how they are holding up, and how they have transformed their businesses to keep serving customers. They will also be sending ingredients for their featured recipes, and guiding Guy through cooking it all so he can taste the delicious bites they are serving up, including a Chinese-Mexican mix from Phoenix, Florida alligator fritters, a creole meatloaf straight from a California beach, and chicken wings from one of Guy's favorite hometown spots.
On Saturday, June 6th at 10am, join Ree Drummond in a new self-shot, at-home edition of The Pioneer Woman: Home Sweet Home, where she shares her favorite easy-to-make recipes using pantry staples and commonly stocked ingredients. At 11am, The Kitchen features an Italian feast of recipes! Jeff Mauro gets the meal going with his Italian Stuffed Artichokes. Sunny Anderson switches things up for her Easy Tomato and Basil Lasagna Roll-Ups. Chef Christian Petroni stops by to share how to get that wood-fired pizza taste at home with his Tenderoni Grilled Pizza, and Geoffrey Zakarian makes an Italian classic, Bucatini al Limone. Marc Murphy shares his recipe for Spaghetti alla Carbonara straight from Rome, and Katie Lee finishes off the Italian feast with a classic frozen Italian dessert, Coffee and Fudge Semifreddo! Fans can connect on Food Network's Instagram on Saturday from 10:30am - 11am ET as one of the co-hosts goes LIVE to check-in and answer questions. At 12pm, Trisha Yearwood celebrates her friend Glenda's birthday with a slumber party in comfy clothes, and delicious treats are on the menu. Glenda's favorite Dirty Martini is followed by a gorgeous Charcuterie Board of cheese, meats, veggies and bread, served with Cheese Fondue. Then, Sweet Chili Garlic Wings are out of this world, and it's all topped off with a Key Lime Vanilla Birthday Cake. At 12:30pm, Ina Garten has all the tricks for cooking French at home with secrets to a showstopping Summer Filet of Beef with Bearnaise Mayonnaise, an Endive, Orange and Roquefort Salad that tastes as good as it looks and an elegant, easy bistro-style Prune Armagnac Clafouti. Then Ina turns up the volume on the cheese course with ideas for Baked Brie and Warm Goat Cheese, plus an incredible Warm Vacherin. The day is not over yet with a marathon of Guy's Grocery Games starting at 2pm, and then it's an all-night road trip with Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives starting at 6pm.
On Sunday, June 7th, spend the morning with Ree Drummond in a four-episode stack of The Pioneer Woman starting at 9am, and then head over to Valerie Bertinelli's kitchen in a new episode of Valerie's Home Cooking at 11:30am, where Valerie is preparing a get-together with her friend, Mackenzie Phillips. Without a lot of time to cook, Valerie prepares a few dishes that are quick but super-impressive. She makes Almond Crackers with Tomato Shallot Jam, Fire Feta Dip and a Veggie Ribbon Salad. There's also Baked Gnocchi Mac and Cheese and, for dessert, Peach and Cherry Galette. At 12:30pm, just in time for summer, it is the series premiere of the self-shot Symon's Dinners Cooking Out, featuring Michael Symon at home showcasing of his favorite outdoor meals and cooking techniques, while inviting viewers to cook along as he demonstrates how simple and fun it is to make amazing dishes at home in the backyard. You can also catch Michael Symon cooking LIVE every Thursday at 6pm ET on Food Network Kitchen, starting on Thursday, June 4th. A marathon of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives starting at 2pm leads into a new episode of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition at 9pm where the final four recruits enter boot camp to find a sweet surprise! To kick things off, the recruits play a dessert scramble game before they are tasked with making their own sweet parfaits. Then, things get competitive for the main dish challenge as the final two recruits on each team cook head-to-head to earn their spot in the finale. Each team will be given an ingredient, with which they must create a composed meal. The two recruits with the best dishes will move onto the finale, while the bottom two recruits will say a bitter-sweet goodbye to boot camp. Then at 10pm, wrap up the weekend with a new episode of Beat Bobby Flay where Chopped's Scott Conant and comedic actress Cheri Oteri hope to crush Bobby Flay when he goes head-to-head with Texas chef Nick Walker or Bosnian chef Senada Grbic.
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