The new Food Network Kitchen app is making it easier to learn how to create impressive meals for family and friends. So, it only makes sense that the Food Network and the new app are sharing content all month long to help you prep for holiday entertaining.
“Food Network and Cooking Channel have Thanksgiving covered from every angle and this year we have packed the schedule, adding dynamic live and interactive content to really give viewers the experience, access and information they crave,” said Courtney White, President, Food Network and Cooking Channel. “From expert Thanksgiving feast recipes and family entertaining tips to edge-of-your-seat holiday themed competitions, spectacles, and live stunts, our programming and platforms are the ultimate destination leading up to the big day.”
Here’s the lineup of upcoming Thanksgiving content.
Worst Cooks in America: Thanksgiving Redemption
Sunday November 10 at 10pm ET/PT
Chefs Anne Burrell and Scott Conant teach the much-improved recruits how to make a Thanksgiving meal to impress judges Jonathan Waxman, Esther Choi and Cliff Crooks – and only the winning team wins kitchen appliances worth $10,000. Follow #WorstCooks on social media for more of the very best of the worst.
Thanksgiving Pie Fight
Thursday November 14 at 9 pm ET/PT
Four top pie bakers compete to create the most outrageously visual and edible pies. Hosted by Sunny Anderson, the bakers must utilize height-defying techniques, intricate designs, dyed doughs and more to blow away judges Nacho Aguirre, Jessica Clark-Bojin and Scott Conant. With a $10,000 prize at stake, the self-taught and professional bakers will stop at nothing to make the most elaborate pies. Follow the fight on social media using #ThanksgivingPieFight.
Good Eats: Thanksgiving Special
Sunday November 17 at 8pm ET/PT
Turkey may be the most versatile of the “New World” critters, but for some crazy reason we only roast it for the holidays, so Alton puts an end to that with three turkey recipes that should be made year-round. Follow #GoodEatsTheReturn to get Alton’s turkey tips and more.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Cake Spectacular
Sunday November 17 at 10pm ET/PT
In Macy’s Thanksgiving Cake Spectacular, hosted by Maureen McCormick, four of the country’s best bakers come together to design sweet masterpieces that pay tribute to the beloved Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons and floats. Only the most successful cake artist will take home the grand prize of $10,000 and have their work featured in Macy’s flagship New York City store, plus receive tickets to the parade. Judges are Buddy Valastro, Susan Tercero and last season’s winner Timbo Sullivan. Join the conversation anytime using #ThanksgivingCakeSpectacular.
Guy’s Thanksgiving Hotline
Friday November 22 at 9pm ET/PT
Guy Fieri will host the first-ever, fully interactive live Thanksgiving streaming event, Guy’s Thanksgiving Hotline, on the Food Network Kitchen app, sharing recipes, tips and guidance for the biggest holiday of the year, and giving fans the chance to have their questions answered in real-time.
The Kitchen: Thanksgiving Live
Saturday November 23 at 11am ET/PT
The special event The Kitchen: Thanksgiving Live helps viewers successfully pull off the biggest culinary holiday of the year with interactive tips and recipes from Food Network stars themselves. In the two-hour live show, The Kitchen co-hosts Sunny Anderson, Alex Guarnaschelli, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro and Geoffrey Zakarian are joined by Alton Brown to offer their own takes on classic Thanksgiving dishes to make an amazing holiday feast. Immediately following The Kitchen: Thanksgiving Live, the hosts will each go live on the Food Network Kitchen app giving viewers even more Thanksgiving 911 to help make their holidays the best they can be. Follow #TheKitchen #ThanksgivingLive for all the culinary action.
Thanksgiving-themed premiere episodes of fan-favorite series, including Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro, Beat Bobby Flay, Chopped, Chopped Junior, Girl Meets Farm, Guy’s Grocery Games, Guy’s Ranch Kitchen, The Pioneer Woman, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Triple D Nation and Valerie’s Home Cooking, will also air in November.
For even more inspiration, fans will be able to use the Food Network Kitchen app to access 25 LIVE cooking classes each week, over 800 on-demand cooking classes, 3,000 instructional videos, 80,000 recipes, and more. Plus, beginning November 9th viewers can stream all-new episodes of 30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray on Food Network Kitchen.
You can watch it all live with the Food Network channel, available on Sling, Hulu with Live, YouTube TV, FuboTV, and Philo, along with the Food Network Kitchen app.
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