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“Grill Marks the Spot”
Premiering Saturday, May 31st
At 10:30am ET/PT
Nancy and David are having Nita and the kids over for a cookout! What's better than Nancy's beautiful Grilled S&P Crusted Ribeye and Garlicky Green Salad? Grilled Banana Boats, that's what! Nancy heads to town to find some delicious chocolate candies to stuff in this fun dessert. After the cookout, the family enjoys Creamy Orange Soda Floats as they set the twilight sky alight with flying lanterns.
Episode Title: "The Grilling Show"
Premiering Saturday, May 31st At 11:00am ET/PT
This episode is all about grilling. Geoffrey shows how to grill a cowboy steak to perfection while the hosts give their top grilling tips. Katie grills pizza two ways and Sunny shows how to spatchcock a whole chicken for the grill while the hosts cover viewers' grill food fails. The gang cooks up green beans four ways, and Geoffrey mixes up a bonfire cocktail.
Episode Title: “Grill and Chill”
Premiering Sunday, June 1st At 10:00am ET/PT
Every Sunday, Damaris lights up the grill and fires off ingredients to last the week. This week, she has grilled jalapeno peppers and strawberries. She uses the peppers as a base for a Compound Butter to top her Pan-Seared Pork Chops that she dresses alongside her Perfect Cornbread. The grilled strawberries are the basic element in her mouthwatering Barbecue Sauce Baked Beans. Grill once and have flame-kissed flavor all week long.
Episode Title: "Food Network Stars Take Over Flavor Town"
Premiering Sunday, June 1st
At 8:00pm ET/PT
Food Network Stars Melissa d'Arabian, Jeff Mauro, Aaron McCargo, Jr. and Justin Warner take to the aisles to compete on behalf of their favorite charity. First, Guy Fieri tasks them with making a lunchtime favorite using Five Ingredients or Less. Then, the chefs are challenged to make a steakhouse dinner on a budget. The two finalists compete in one of the most difficult games yet, One Ingredient Per Aisle, in which they pull out all the stops to make the best dish for a good cause. Judges: G. Garvin, Troy Johnson, Catherine McCord
Episode Title: "Judging Judges"
Premiering Sunday, June 1st At 10:00pm ET/PT
The tables are turned in this special as judges compete in this episode of Cutthroat Kitchen. First, someone's tortillas are shredded to make taquitos and one contestant forces the others to use undesirable proteins. Then, two chefs are forced to purchase tickets to a meatball lottery and Alton Brown makes one chef wear periscope glasses for the entire challenge. The chefs must cook with one hand literally tied behind their back in the final round.
Episode Title: "Hollywood Calling"
Premiering Sunday, June 1st At 9:00pm ET/PT
In the season premiere, the contestants are welcomed to Los Angeles for their Star-making journey by Alton, Giada and Bobby, who invite the cast to their own red carpet premiere party that very night at a Hollywood studio backlot. Each finalist must present themselves to a select group of tastemakers, including E! personality Ross Mathews, and prepare their most impressive party bite for the challenge judges Alton, Giada, Bobby and Food Network executives Bob Tuschman and Susie Fogelson.
Episode Title: "Milano, Milano! I Love You!"
Premiering Monday, June 2nd At 8:00pm ET/PT
It is the cookie that is so exquisite they should put a luxury tax on it. Perfectly crisp and decadently rich with mint chocolate, it is the Pepperidge Farm Mint Milano Cookie. In the Recreate Challenge, the competitors must be fast and clever to pull off this delicate delight. Then in the Innovate Challenge, how will this luxurious cookie fair, stuffed in a Bosc pear? Host: Joey Fatone Judges: Marc Summers, Irene Chang Britt, Jenny McCoy.
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