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More food, fun & friendly competition on menu for 'Guy's Ranch Kitchen'


Fri, Oct 12th 2018 05:30 pm
New season premieres Saturday, Nov. 17
There can never be too many cooks in "Guy's Ranch Kitchen," as Guy Fieri and some of his celebrity chef friends cook up spreads on the new season, beginning Saturday, Nov. 17 (12:30 p.m. ET/PT). Throughout the 14 half-hour episodes, Guy and some of his pals (including Rocco DiSpirito, Duff Goldman, Eric Greenspan, Alex Guarnaschelli, Antonia Lofaso, Aaron May, Michael Mina, Marc Murphy, Damaris Phillips, Carl Ruiz, Aarti Sequeira, Michael Voltaggio, Justin Warner and Jonathan Waxman), come together for a mouthwatering meal. As some of the most talented chefs in the country, they try to outdo each other by serving up the most delicious dish. Whether it's Mediterranean mashups, southern spreads, brunch bites or holiday feasts, these big-time chefs bring the big-time flavors on "Guy's Ranch Kitchen."
"Guy is the ultimate host, and when he and his friends get together it is always a good time with lots of food, flavor and friendly competition," said Allison Page, president, Food Network and HGTV. "Week after week, viewers will have front-row seats to all the action, banter and incredible recipes that they can enjoy recreating in their own home kitchens."
On the premiere episode, Guy is expecting more than 100 guests for a multicourse Thanksgiving feast at the ranch and has decided to do a trial run with a few of his best friends. He puts each one in charge of preparing a dish for the festive meal. Guarnaschelli adds an Italian spin on Thanksgiving with a lasagna appetizer and roast turkey with mozzarella and pepperoni stuffing. Murphy reinvents the traditional holiday meat with his savory turkey shepherd's pie and a classic side of Brussels sprouts and bacon. Waxman prepares "capoducken," a capon stuffed with a duck stuffed with a guinea fowl with chorizo and oyster stuffing. It's not a celebration without libations and dessert, so Guarnaschelli pours festive and classy cranberry Aperol spritzers to go with Murphy's red wine-cooked apples with pecan crumble.
Over the course of the season, Guy and his friends serve up memorable meals, including beef short rib stroganoff, grilled escarole Caesar salad, whole roasted branzino with salsa verde and Asian duck confit with hoisin mole.
Fans can head to FoodNetwork.com/GuysRanchKitchen to browse behind-the-scenes photos of your favorite chefs, watch video extras and get the recipes.

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