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Big-time chefs bring big-time flavors on new season of 'Guy's Ranch Kitchen'


Wed, Aug 21st 2019 06:30 pm

New season premieres Saturday, Sept. 28

Guy Fieri has traveled the world tasting the greatest food, visiting incredible restaurants, and meeting amazing chefs. On Saturday, Sept. 28 (12:30 p.m. ET/PT), these famous chefs bring the big-time flavors to the new season of “Guy's Ranch Kitchen.”

With all the cooks in the same kitchen – including Richard Blais, Traci Des Jardins, Amanda Freitag, G. Garvin, Eric Greenspan, Alex Guarnaschelli, Antonia Lofaso, Aaron May, Marc Murphy, Christian Patroni, Carl Ruiz, Aarti Sequeira, Michael Voltaggio, Justin Warner and Jonathan Waxman – a friendly competition sparks to see who will outdo another by serving up the most delicious dish. From a burger bash to hand-held bites, and from a Parisian-style brunch to a spectacular holiday feast, each episode is stuffed with stories, laughs and dynamite recipes.

"For Guy and his friends, preparing a delicious meal together is just as memorable as the dishes they make," said Food Network President Courtney White. "Viewers will enjoy the anecdotes they share while cooking together, and will take away new tips and recipes they can use in their own kitchens."

On the premiere episode, it's time to chow down and watch the big game. The chefs are putting a Calexico spin on a tasty tailgating menu. Inspired by ingredients from Guy's home state of California and dishes from one of his favorite food countries, Mexico, the chefs are whipping up a Calexico feast. Greenspan makes breakfast burritos with made-from-scratch spicy chorizo. Blais prepares black mole with a sweet kick from charred roasted carrots and puts a Latin spin on cheesy poutine. Ruiz makes an escabeche with a special secret sweet ingredient: roasted papaya. He also serves up beefy picadillo-stuffed plantains. Last but not least, Lofaso adds a spicy seafood tostada, and she seals this meal with a decadent dessert that combines all the best parts of a sundae with rice pudding.

Week after week viewers will have front-row seats to all the action, banter and incredible recipes. Fans can also head to FoodNetwork.com/GuysRanchKitchen to browse behind-the-scenes photos of favorite chefs, watch video extras and get the recipes. Hashtag using #GuysRanchKitchen.

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