In the first round, a family member's pan gets taken over by two relatives. In the next round, chicken breasts seem easy, but how will the chefs fare with the other mystery ingredients? The final round includes a very sweet cake.
Chefs begin by making a barbecue blowout that won't blow their budget. Will Guy Fieri's eclectic grocery list put a damper on a date night ham dinner? The final two try to make their best dish using items from only one aisle.
Ina's got vegetable ideas for every day of the week, when you're stuck in a vegetable rut. There are fantastic main courses, starters, salads and sides, plus the vegetable low-down from local farmers at Amber Waves.
This is all about what professional cooks make at home when they're off the clock. Fantastic, quick and easy recipes and top tips from the chefs for us to try at home. Ina will be cooking with cookbook writer and caterer Julia Turshen.
Ree packs some fun treats for a late afternoon picnic with the younger kids. She makes animal crackers, crunchy cereal chicken fingers, cucumber finger sandwiches, salad on a stick and mini watermelon wedges.
Siba competes with the clock to whip up a fabulous impromptu Italian-inspired dinner. Husband Brian's bringing a friend for an after-work meal and Siba's got it covered with pesto chicken penne, harissa ciabatta and Puttanesca salad.
It's a girls' night in at Siba's, with fab finger food and a super cool cocktail. There's stylish hot smoked salmon topped mfino fritters, sticky chicken winglets, a Peppadew dip and Siba's fruity sundowner cocktail.
Ree cooks up a storm with chicken, chicken and more chicken! She demonstrates the benefits of bulk buying with three fantastic dishes: slow cooker chicken and broccoli, chicken pie and chicken kale caesar salad.
Ree and her daughter Paige reminisce over an afternoon tea for two. On the menu are divine ham and leak mini quiches, garden spread finger sandwiches, lemon raspberry tarts, mini doughnut muffins and fancy hot chocolate.
It's harvest time on The Kitchen and the hosts cover what's in season. Geoffrey cooks up a pork loin for a delicious Sunday supper. Sunny, Katie and Marcela offer tasty ways to whip up the versatile ingredient in Cauliflower 101.
Musician friends are in town for a gig, so Siba's jazzing up weekend lunch with a fabulous farmer's market-inspired feast. Taking centre stage is a show-stopping chicken salad with bacon-wrapped greens.
Romance is in the air at Siba and Brian's 12th "first date anniversary" dinner. They traditionally eat braai, but this year they're shaking things up and going American, grilling towering Cobb salad burgers and strawberries on sticks.
The Kitchen kicks off grilling season with Sunny Anderson's double-decker blackened grilled chicken and accordion sweet potatoes. Learn all the components for a perfect pasta salad and new ideas for setting up an outdoor entertaining space.
It's boxing night, so Ree's running her sons to town for practice. She bakes them fruity granola chocolate chip cookies and prepares a knockout dinner of Italian sloppy joes, garlic toast and a fabulous lemon meringue pie.
Work on Ree's mercantile store is going full steam ahead, so she's cooking to keep the construction wheels in motion. She creates spicy fried chicken sandwiches, a salmon and veggie grain bowl, and scrumptious blondies.
The nine eliminated finalists return to view the pilots. Each pilot is screened, and after the selection committee deliberates, Brooke Johnson, President of Food Network, announces the winner - the next Food Network Star.
Super chef Viet Pham enters the fiery inferno to honour his parents for the sacrifices they made to help him open his first restaurant, but will a peanut butter and jelly battle prove too hot for even Viet to handle?
In the first game, four chefs must use peanut butter in their grilled pizzas. Next, they dig through Guy's Clearance Carts filled with mystery meats, unmarked cans and more, to cook up the best dish possible.