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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 makes her own homemade extract and uses it in a vanilla rum panna cotta with salted caramel; vanilla shortbread hearts with a vanilla glaze; vanilla cream cheese pound cake; white hot chocolate.
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Ina shares tips for cooking with sweet, savory and even store-bought pastry; she starts with her foolproof sweet pastry dough for a French fig tart; she uses a shortcut to make spinach in puff pastry and finishes with warm goat cheese in phyllo.
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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 Garten has all the bases covered when it comes to Tex-Mex entertaining; her recipes include Tres Leches Cake with berries and Make Ahead Whipped Cream, pork posole, fiesta corn and avocado salad and jalapeno margaritas, shaken like a pro.
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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 prepares a dinner, side dish, salad and dessert inspired by the farm stand; she makes rosemary rack of lamb with Tzatziki and parmesan roasted zucchini, fresh corn pancakes with Tuscan tomato and bread salad and fresh berries and sweet ricotta.
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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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A twist on Apple Pie Bars; Chocolate Banana Cream Pie; Stewed Rhubarb and Red Berries make a perfect summer dessert; amping things up with fruit liqueurs; a Sparkling Grapefruit Granita with pink fizz.
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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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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.
aired 32 days ago
Quick and easy recipes; cooking with Julia Turshen; ideas from chef Kevin Penner.
aired 39 days ago
Hot smoked salmon; dill sauce; carrot cake with ginger mascarpone frosting; picnic strategies.
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Filling meals with absolutely no side dishes required include lamb shanks and orzo, a one-pot meal worthy of any dinner party; Ina reveals the trick to foolproof dough for smoked salmon pizzas and makes roast chicken Cobb salad.
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Ina Garten's old friend, photographer Miguel visits for the weekend; spicy hermit bars for Friday; Miguel and Jeffrey take test shots for a new Barefoot style book as Ina prepares Saturday lunch of zucchini and goat cheese tart and tomato carpaccio.
aired 52 days ago
Ina and Giada De Laurentiis cook up a lobster and potato salad lunch, mascarpone and lemon gnocchi, and a chocolate cassis cake.
aired 53 days ago
Mozzarella master class; Italian drinks tray; baked fish; parmesan polenta.
aired 53 days ago
Fig and fennel caponata; an antipasto platter; tuscan mashed chickpeas; mussels with saffron mayonnaise.
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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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Eggs all the way; featuring both soft boiled and in the dressing of a Caesar salad; whipping egg whites to perfection for a pavlova fruit tart; making eggs Benedict with an easy hollandaise sauce.
airs in 12 days
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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