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Barefoot Contessa

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Hosted by cookbook author Ina Garten, "Barefoot Contessa" is all about simple, fun entertaining. The former White House nuclear policy analyst (for President Richard Nixon) shares recipes for picnics, parties and dinners as well as other touches to make a meal or event a success.

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Ina Garten makes side dishes that steal the show at the Thanksgiving feast; mushroom and leek bread pudding with gravy and cranberry fruit conserve; haricots verts with dill and hazelnuts; Brussels sprouts and bacon; celery Root and apple puree.
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Ina reveals tricks for getting an English Rib Roast right every time; her sides include Orange Braised Carrots and Parsnips, Roasted Broccoli with Panko Gremolata, make-ahead Mashed Potatoes with Goat Cheese and Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta.
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Ina hosts a "Mary Poppins" reunion, sharing cooking secrets and making a British-style Sunday lunch for friends from the new movie; she shows Emily Blunt her foolproof Roasted Capon recipe; Emily shows her how to make her Perfect Roast Potatoes.
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Ina Garten is turning up the volume on flavor, starting with the creamy hummus she pairs with her chunky Israeli vegetable salad; a dinner party classic made over; Ina's chocolate pecan scones are a sweet indulgence worthy of any brunch party.
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Ina's easy Coquilles Saint Jacques is a typical French bistro take on scallops; a classic French cheese board includes herbed goat cheese and a toasted baguette; green salad with French vinaigrette; raspberry tart; French 75 cocktail.
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Some like it hot, and some like it spicy, so Ina Garten is making dishes to please both; she starts with an exotic lamb and chickpea curry made with a fragrant mix of spices and her lobster corn fritters are paired with creamy sriracha sauce.
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Store-bought ingredients pass the test for Ina Garten as she makes sweets, treats and more; ready-made shortcuts wow in her Raspberry Baked Alaska with Fresh Raspberry Sauce; Turkey Sandwiches with Brussels Sprouts Slaw.
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Ina Garten turns her attention to all kinds of bread and dishes that feature it, including foolproof Irish Guinness brown bread, fish and lobster cakes, Camembert and prosciutto tartines, and peach-and-berry summer pudding.
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Spinach and cheddar soufflé; the ultimate grilled cheese; cheese canapes; cheesy straw and hay pasta; baked brie and baked fontina.
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Professional tips for chocolate, starting with Chocolate Ganache Cake, complete with a chevron frosting tutorial; Chocolate Creme Brulee is taken to new dessert heights; tricks to tempering chocolate for Peanut Rocky Road Bark; Frozen Hot Chocolate.
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Ina Garten throws a Barefoot breakfast bash for her friends, Devon Fredericks and Eli Zabar; potato pancetta frittata; overnight Belgian waffles; smoked salmon platter with scallion and dill cream cheese; fresh fruit platter.
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Make-ahead frozen mocha mousse; shortcut French apple galettes; easy balsamic strawberries; fruit salad with Limoncello; Eton mess; skillet brownies.
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Ina Garten tackles tough dishes with easy techniques; from souffle a l'orange to overcoming pastry fears with her Anna's tomato tart; chef Jose Andres has a trick for separating eggs; foolproof caramel for caramel salted nuts.
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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.
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Ina is throwing a celebration meal for her friend Deborah Berke, who has been named the Dean of the Yale Architecture School; she makes a paella salad, a platter of goat cheese, English oat crackers and fig preserves, and a pitcher of Rose Sangria.
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Ina Garten shares tips on pulling off the ultimate make-ahead, low-stress Thanksgiving feast; make-ahead turkey; make-ahead turkey gravy with onions and sage; leek and artichoke bread pudding; sweet potato puree; peas and pancetta.
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How to roast like a pro, starting with butternut squash hummus; chef Yotam Ottolenghi gives the lowdown on roasted baby vegetables with sumac and yogurt; Spanish recipes: roasted vegetable paella and chef Jose Andre's roasted escalivida catalana.
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Ina Garten shakes things up with a skillet-roasted lemon chicken and an amped-up roasted broccolini on the side; raspberry rhubarb crostata with ice cream for dessert.
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Roasted Salmon Tacos with avocado salsa and slaw; Cider Roasted Pork Tenderloin; Garlic and Herb Roasted Shrimp; April Bloomfield reveals go-to weeknight dinner; five-minute Lemon Capellini.
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It's food on the move with Ina Garten as she shares pro tips for portable eats; she prepares a moist lemon poppy seed cake, tomato mozzarella pan bagnat, Charlie Bird's farro salad with lemon dressing and fresh blueberry rhubarb jam.
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Ina is cooking with herbs and sharing tips for turning up the flavor; she incorporates rosemary, oregano and mint in pork souvlaki with radish tzatziki and pitas for dinner; dill, chives and basil shine in heirloom tomatoes with herbed ricotta.

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