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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.

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Valerie Bertinelli is developing new, foolproof recipes for her web site; she makes a batch of savory breakfast muffins and kale Caesar salad with crispy garlic and oregano topping along with pork tenderloin steaks with mustard herb sauce.
aired 2 days ago
Valerie creates a Hawaiian-inspired feast for her husband, Tom, and his brother's family; her menu includes pineapple salsa with taro chips, a poke bar, roasted pork sliders, Valerie's spin on the mai tai, and chocolate macadamia candy for dessert.
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Valerie invites Louisiana native and actress Faith Ford over for a brunch that makes them feel like they're in the Big Easy; Valerie makes green tomato benedict and easy Cajun hollandaise, olive salad, hurricane mimosas, and bananas Foster.
aired 9 days ago
Valerie treats close friend and fellow chef Stuart O'Keeffe to her favorite all-American dishes, including red wine and herb-marinated tri-tip, twice-baked potatoes, a California Cobb salad, Tom's Mom's apple pie and a honey bourbon cider cocktail.
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Valerie is celebrating the nation's birthday with a sparkling menu that's sure to pop; mini pepper poppers with bacon chipotle; barbecue ribs; kale and carrot slaw; frozen watermelon mint pops with prosecco.
aired 16 days ago
Valerie Bertinelli reprises an all-girls meet-and-greet bash; the stress-free menu features queso fundido, a fix-it-yourself catfish taco bar, jalapeno ranch slaw and a watermelon cocktail.
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Valerie is refreshing classic diner fare in a meal for her brothers, David and Patrick, and her nephew, Enzo; patty melt disco fried dill pickle spears; malted milk chocolate ice cream with crushed malted milk balls.
aired 23 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.
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Valerie went on the trip of a lifetime to Italy last summer; she's hosting an elegant poolside party inspired by her adventures in Sicily; Sicilian tomato pesto pasta salad alla Norma; roasted cauliflower salad with saffron vinaigrette.
aired 30 days ago
Lacquered barbecue grilled chicken; baked beans with brown sugar and bacon; grilled vegetable kabobs; lemon-basil granita.
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Some of the best reunions are last minute; almond crackers with tomato shallot jam, fire feta dip, baked gnocchi mac and cheese, veggie ribbon salad, peach and cherry galette.
aired 37 days ago
Food blogger Jo Stougaard stops by for a visit; bacon-wrapped jalapeno shrimp with cherry cola barbecue sauce; tomato salad with a balsamic dressing topped with crumbled pancetta; bacon caramel Scuffins topped with caramel clotted cream.
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Ex-football player Colton Underwood now runs a non-profit to benefit people living with cystic fibrosis; mom's chicken cacciatore; classic antipasti green salad; lemon cake with lemon cream cheese frosting; garlicky polenta.
aired 44 days ago
On a prior visit to California, Valerie Bertinelli's friends showed her how to grill breakfast, which started a fierce competition to see who could come up with the best all-day grill menu.
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Today Valerie's longtime friend, Lisa, and her husband Billy Ashley show Valerie the joy of baseball culture; caramel popcorn and nut mix; microwave sauerkraut with grilled brats; grilled corn on the cob; baseball mitt treats.
aired 51 days ago
Valerie hosts a summer patio party; the seasonal party menu includes grilled vegetables with avocado yogurt dip, tapenade aioli dip, grilled shrimp salsa, skirt steak with chermoula and a hibiscus and lavender prosecco punch.
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Valerie keeps up with her fast cats this morning by prepping a few make-ahead dishes; make-ahead pea soup with lemon mascarpone; vVinegar chicken with tomatoes and olives; cabbage salad.
aired 58 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.
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Valerie is inviting Angela Kinsey to relax and practice some self-care; roasted cod with cashew coconut lime; tangy quick collards; tomato and cucumber salad with a cumin vinaigrette.
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Valerie prepares a meal for Suzanne and her daughter-in-law, Wolf's girlfriend, and all their Fab Five friends and their daughters as they gather for an old-fashioned mother-daughter celebration.
aired 66 days ago
Valerie treats her brother Patrick and his wife to some traditional New Orleans flavors; muffaletta bruschetta, quick rotisserie chicken gumbo and braised mustard greens; for dessert, a traditional New Orleans favorite with a twist -- king cake.

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