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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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aired 2 days ago
Gazpacho with goat's cheese croutons; mustard-marinated flank steak and Sicilian grilled swordfish; tips on making beautiful bouquets.
airs in 6 days
Tuscan lemon chicken; Indonesian grilled swordfish and sliders; corn on the cob; confetti corn; grilled panzanella.
aired 8 days ago
Parmesan crisps; white bean and arugula salad; balsamic roasted beef; parmesan fennel gratin.
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Ina Garten shares her advice for grilling and barbecuing like a pro; to start, hot coals work their magic on her Tuscan Grilled Cornish Hens, and she amps up the flavor on Foolproof Ribs with Barbecue Sauce.
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Crispy lemon Parmesan chicken; orecchiette with broccoli rabe and sausage; Parmesan chive smashed potatoes; celery and Parmesan salad.
aired 21 days ago
Corn and avocado salad; roasted summer vegetables; tequila citrus chicken; making a local cheese platter; buffet strategies.
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Ina combines coffee chipotle chili powder and red pepper flakes for a spicy dry rub on grilled New York strip steaks; iceberg salad with creamy blue cheese; buttermilk is used for foolproof fried chicken; peanut butter and fudge ice cream sandwiches.
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Ina Garten teaches a Dinner Party 101 class to actress Debra Monk; roast chicken with bread and arugula salad; an easy cheese board; tri-berry crumbles; a table-setting tutorial.
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Ina shares her secrets of mixing fancy and casual fare; a potato and celery root puree with truffle butter and seared scallops; a roast filet of beef with mustard mayo horseradish and baked potatoes with whipped feta; a raspberry and cream sgroppino.
aired 29 days ago
Ina and Jeffrey's anniversary menu features mustard chicken, cheddar grits, roasted kale and chocolate peanut butter globs.
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Ina gets a cooking masterclass with three amazing professional chefs; pastry chef Natasha Pickowicz, Parisian chef Marie-Aude Rose and chef Missy Robbins.
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Ina Garten sets her sights on beef and shares her tips for preparing it like a pro; steak; filet mignon with mustard and mushrooms; individual meat loaves; roast beef hash with eggs; filet of beef carpaccio.
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Ina's husband, Jeffrey, takes a pizza making class; he learns to make a white pizza with zucchini, charred red onions and garlic ricotta; Ina prepares a platter of arugula with prosciutto and burrata and a limoncello ricotta cheesecake.
aired 37 days ago
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.
aired 37 days ago
Fennel and garlic shrimp; bread guru Eli Zabar shares his recipe for country bread and Ina uses it in a Provencal cherry tomato gratin; bread and butter tasting.
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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.
aired 44 days ago
Raspberry corn muffins; foolproof pie crust; blueberry pie; strawberry and rhubarb pie.
aired 44 days ago
Ina hosts a fundraiser at the barn for the East Hampton Historical Society; caramelized bacon, potato and basil frittata squares; roasted shrimp with green goddess dressing; champagne cocktail bar.
aired 44 days ago
Spinach and cheddar soufflé; the ultimate grilled cheese; cheese canapes; cheesy straw and hay pasta; baked brie and baked fontina.
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Ina Garten shares recipes that use her favorite good ingredients starting with chocolate pecan meringue torte; maple-roasted acorn squash and Tuscan roasted potatoes and lemon; crispy chicken thighs with mustard sauce.
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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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