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Actress Valerie Bertinelli modernizes favorite recipes that have been passed down through her family over the years in this weekly series. Her closest friends -- including "Hot in Cleveland" co-stars Betty White, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick -- are the beneficiaries of Bertinelli's cooking, as she invites them over to indulge in her meals and share a laugh or two. Dishes including Italian tuna salad, baked salmon and blueberry smoothies are on the menu in Bertinelli's kitchen. Good conversation and spending time with friends are also on tap for the Golden Globe-winning actress and cookbook author.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Valerie prepares a meal of spring delights for her husband, Tom, and their friends, comic-actress Melissa Peterman and her husband, actor John Brady; the menu features bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin and grilled new potatoes with tarragon butter.
aired 3 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli cooks a springtime feast for her family; Valerie videochats with her mom; her menu includes honey mustard glazed ham, pea and mint risotto, strawberry shortcake trifle, and cinnamon sugared walnuts.
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Valerie celebrates spring's colorful bounty by creating a feast that delights the senses and her guest, "The Kitchen" host Katie Lee; she prepares golden raspberry goat cheese crostini, honey roasted rainbow carrots and purple and green kale salad.
aired 10 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli finds inspiration wherever she looks, including her local farm stand; she finds ingredients for a plum slab pie; summer vegetable gratin; spicy cucumber calamari salad with spiced yogurt sauce; boozy frozen espresso.
aired 17 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli invites her glam squad for happy hour; turkey cranberry sliders; roasted cauliflower popcorn with chili lime seasoning; jalapeno fries with roasted garlic ranch dipping sauce; key lime pie martini.
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Valerie's friends and cutthroat card competitors, Kevin and Kristen, are visiting; Valerie's menu includes make-ahead turkey and Swiss sandwiches with carrot slaw, layered chopped salad with homemade ranch and make-ahead chicken tetrazzini.
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Valerie Bertinelli loves a competitive game night at home, and this time she's going all out by matching her menu to the games for her husband, Tom, and their friends.
aired 24 days ago
Valerie surprises her husband with some of his Ohio favorites; Ohio turkey chili; fried bologna bites; tomato and bibb lettuce salad; for dessert, vanilla and coffee cream cuffs.
aired 31 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli goes to a lemon farm with actress Melissa Peterman; Greek lemon soup with chicken; crispy pancetta crostini with arugula lemon pesto; lemon love cake; limoncello as a base for lemonade Moscow Mules.
aired 31 days ago
Valerie plans a "Hot in Cleveland" reunion party, with various crew members and series co-star Jane Leeves gathering for the fun; menu items include avocado Labne toast, apricot barbecue chicken thighs and sheet pan scalloped potatoes.
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Valerie Bertinelli is catching up with two of her all-time favorites from Kids Baking Championship, Nyah and Matthew; Valerie is treating them to a kid-friendly savory meal that should be a cinch for them to conquer.
aired 38 days ago
Memories of a weekend in Florida inspire Valerie Bertinelli to make Cuban food at home; Cubano salad; Cuban sandwiches with slow cooker pulled pork; spicy black bean soup; a tropical sundae; grapefruit mojitos.
aired 45 days ago
Valerie challenges herself to use every part of the chicken in a delicious and creative menu to minimize food waste; Food Network's Hannah Hart joins Valerie to enjoy the benefits of her chicken challenge.
aired 45 days ago
Valerie makes a beer-centric meal, including slow cooker pulled pork with fried shallots and chiles, potato skins stuffed with beer cheese, pan-roasted tomatoes with quick balsamic jam and a stout and caramel milkshake for dessert.
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To celebrate Valentine's Day, Valerie Bertinelli has put together a heart-y meal with a hidden motive: providing her dearest friends with heart-healthy sweets and treats.
aired 52 days ago
Valerie serves a treat-filled luncheon in appreciation of her best girlfriends; green pea arancini with herby lemon dipping sauce; a whole roasted side of salmon; escarole salad with roasted Meyer lemon vinaigrette; a citrus Pavlova for dessert.
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Valerie is joined by actor Angela Kinsey, her husband, Josh Snyder and food writers Jo Stougaard and Jenn Harris.
aired 59 days ago
Valerie kicks off football season with a touchdown-worthy feast for family and friends; white chicken chili with a toppings bar; a football cheese ball with herbed crackers; a simple green salad with champagne vinaigrette; crunchy toffee buckeyes.
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Valerie Bertinelli is preparing a welcome home meal to deliver to her best friend Suzanne's son and his wife.
aired 66 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli's family and friends come over to watch football, so she makes Italian slow-cooked beef sandwiches served with an Italian-style fennel coleslaw; for dessert, she makes salted caramel chocolate chip cookies.
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Valerie Bertinelli invites fellow Italian food lover and chef Antonia Lofaso to join her as she makes Lazy Lasagna, Spicy Penne a la Vodka, Eggs in Purgatory Shakshuka-Style and Meatball Sub Sandwiches.

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