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Looking for recipes and meal tips from an all-star lineup of Food Network hosts? Then "The Kitchen" is for you. The hourlong show, featuring hosts Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian, shares simple dinner recipes and family meal tips, plays trivia games, and answers viewer questions in addition to just shooting the breeze about all things food. With a roster that includes a "Food Network Star" winner who specializes in making sandwiches, an Iron Chef, and a Tijuana native who is known for her Mexican cuisine, there's sure to be something of interest for all home cooks in Food Network's "Kitchen."

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Jeff Mauro makes his Italian stuffed artichokes; Sunny Anderson switches things up with her easy tomato and basil lasagna roll-ups; chef Christian Petroni stops by with tenderoni grilled pizza; Katie Lee makes coffee and fudge semifreddo.
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Sunny Anderson makes her London broil with tomato and fennel; Katie Lee serves up bacon and ranch potato salad; three new toppings for grilled corn; answering summer cookout questions; frozen vanilla lemonade.
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All fired up for grilling season with smokin' hot new flavors, starting with Jeff Mauro's Pastrami-Rubbed Smoked Tri-Tip; Katie Lee brings a side of fiery freshness with her Grilled Romaine Salad with Smoky Chipotle Cashew Dressing.
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Summer staples are taken to the next level with trending new flavors and recipes; a summer side gets the sweet treatment; nutritionist Joy Bauer shares three healthy upgrades for frozen drinks.
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A perfect summer meal with dishes like cheesy stuffed lamb burger and butter and chive salt potatoes; chef Kardea Brown stops by to share her recipe for grilled watermelon salad with sweet and spicy vinaigrette.
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A bright and colorful spread of summertime flavors: Hanger Steak with Grilled Salsa; Farmers Market Flatbread; Chili Dipped Pineapple Guacamole; Geoffrey's Feta Yogurt Dip with Watermelon Sticks; summer roll bowl; savory ice cream toppings.
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Easy and breezy recipes for summer; Sesame Shrimp and Greens with Rice Foil Packs; Stuffed Grilled Avocados; Fusilli with Arugula and Basil Pesto; Crispy Pancetta; Tenderoni Pizza; Atlantic dessert.
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International flavors turn summer vacation into a global staycation; Sunny Anderson brings Portuguese and South African flair with her Very Peri Chicken, and Geoffrey Zakarian adds a taste of Japan with his shishito peppers with chili and lime.
aired 5 days ago
Hot and spicy recipes; apricot habanero pork chops; cheesy, spicy Buffalo chicken calzone; Lunch Lady Doris' spicy mac and cheese; orange jalapeno party ribs.
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Jeff Mauro serves up Peruvian spatchcock chicken with creamy cilantro sauce; Sunny Anderson makes a spinach panzanella; Geoffrey Zakarian serves up a grilled ratatouille flatbread; Katie Lee makes pasta with mushrooms, walnuts, asparagus and apples.
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Sloppy Joes; hot and crispy fish sandwich; a Greek chicken skillet with supermarket shortcuts; and chef Jet Tila stops by to make an easy Asian beef with broccoli dish; white pizza; Mexican cola float.
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Recipes showcasing summer produce with Katie Lee as she makes her grilled teriyaki steak and plums and Sunny Anderson assembles a fresh and flavorful heirloom tomato and pesto tart; chef Cliff Crooks drops by to make shrimp and summer squash salad.
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Serving a week's worth of easy meals perfect for warmer weather; Mediterranean grilled chicken and eggplant; Thai meatballs and zucchini noodles; consumer advocate Janice Lieberman shares her tips for buying prepped ingredients at the supermarket.
aired 14 days ago
Celebrating the classic American burger; sizzling summer burger; cheese-stuffed lamb burger; Caribbean jerk sliders; Asian-style veggie burger with Portobello bacon and Napa slaw; French onion burgers; Ultimate Summer PLT burger with pancetta.
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Summer party questions; sharing recipes; Geoffrey Zakarian's Grilled Seafood Platter; Katie Lee's Peach Caprese with Balsamic Cherries; ways to update a crudite platter; food blogger Alejandra Ramos shares her secrets.
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Katie Lee with her Any Bean Burgers; Sunny Anderson with three ways to top Honey Glazed Salmon; Jeff Mauro makes Peanut Butter and Chocolate Stuffed Bread; Geoffrey Zakarian's Barley with Green Tahini Vinaigrette; Quickie Minestrone.
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Jeff Mauro with a Chicago classic, Sausage and Mini Sweet Peppers; Asparagus Quiche; Katie Lee shares her family tradition of Lemon Yogurt Pancakes with Blueberry Syrup; Quick Beef and Pineapple Skewers; Shrimp and Spaghetti Aglio e Olio.
aired 26 days ago
Honey-glazed pork belly burnt ends; peach bourbon baked beans; easy apple slaw with apple-jalapeno dressing; pitmaster Moe Cason brings the heat with his Memphis-style barbecue chicken thighs; Gesine Prado makes a blackberry cornbread cake.
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The Kitchen is jamming to a playlist of summer's greatest hits, and Jeff Mauro dives in with Charred Tacos Al Pastor that are perfect for a pool party; the hosts whip up some easy snacks and then take it to the shore with a snack shack favorite.
aired 28 days ago
A Mother's Day lunch includes salmon en papillote with tapenade, an orzo salad, a frittata with spinach, olives and chicken sausage, and a lemon poppy seed Bundt cake with strawberry glaze.
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Sunny Anderson makes easy bacon 'n' eggs breakfast pizza; Jeff Mauro's crispy Hawaiian fried rice; Alex Guarnaschelli makes her midnight chicken salad; leftover beef stew Ragu; Katie Lee turns roasted veggies into a tasty taco skillet supper.

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