Indulge your sweet and savoury side with Food Network Canada’s fall schedule stocked with down-home comfort, sugar highs, thrilling competitions and the best recipes for winning breakfast, lunch and dinner. Here are ten delicious reasons you’ll love to watch us this fall:
1. The Great Food Truck Race, Y’all!
Tyler Florence heads to the American South – the land of po’ boys, decadent seafood and of course, southern fried chicken. The race kicks off in New Orleans with seven teams of food truck novices vying to make it to the finale in Savannah, Georgia and win the $50,000 grand prize.
The Great Food Truck Race premieres Sunday, August 20 at 9 E/P.
2. Family, Food and Fun on Guy’s Family Road Trip
Guy is packing up the RV and taking his wife, Lori, and two sons, Ryder and Hunter, on the road from California to Florida with stops along the way for off-the-hook delicious eats and family fun at iconic locations and roadside attractions.
3. Hannah Hart in I Hart Food
You might know her from her YouTube series Drunk Kitchen. (She does have over 2 million followers). Now Hannah is taking her love of food and puns on the road, finding the most incredible eats from Maine to New Mexico to North Carolina. Tune in and get to know Hannah. You’re going to heart her.
I Hart Food premieres Friday, September 1 at 11 E/P.
4. Food Network All-Stars Step Into the Ring to Beat Bobby Flay
It’s an All Star takeover on Beat Bobby Flay! Alton Brown, Michael Symon and Ted Allen judge which culinary stars like Marcus Samuelsson, Alex Guarnaschelli, Anne Burrell and Damaris Phillips could beat Bobby at his own culinary game.
Beat Bobby Flay: All Star Takeover premieres Thursday, August 31 at 10 E/P.
5. Learn to Cook Like a Pro with the Barefoot Contessa
Ina Garten is known for her easy, elegant recipes and sage hosting advice. In this new season, she shares her best cooking secrets and techniques along with her foolproof recipes so you can make your best meals ever.
6. Celebrity Dish-asters Become Kitchen Masters on Worst Cooks in America
Fellow kitchen disasters SNL alum Nora Dunn, gossip blogger Perez Hilton, style expert Carson Kressley and actress Vivica A. Fox go through an intense culinary bootcamp led by Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray. After eight weeks of spills and thrills, one of them will rise to be a kitchen master and earn $25,000 for the charity of their choice.
Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition premieres Wednesday, August 30 at 10 E/P.
7. The Most Amazing Cakes on Texas Cake House
Texan cake artist Natalie Sideserf creates some of the most-intricate cake sculptures in the world. Her husband, Dave, quit his day job to help her realize her delicious dreams. Watch these two sweethearts create some of the most amazing cakes you’ll ever see.
Texas Cake House premieres Monday, August 28 at 10 E/P.
8. Ninja Tips and Deliciously Healthy Recipes so You (and Your Kids) Can Love Your Lunch!
Ceri Marsh and Laura Keogh (the culinary duo behind Sweet Potato Chronicles) are not your average lunch ladies. They’re Love Your Lunch ladies! From genius tips on getting more veggies in your mid-day meal to fun ways to snack pack your lunch, Ceri and Laura will share their tips and recipes for tasty, healthy lunches you and your kids will love to eat.
9. No One Does Easy, Down Home Cooking Like The Pioneer Woman
Ree Drummond is back with more recipes your family will love. In each new episode, she’ll share her best meal short cuts, how to work ahead and of course, deliciously easy recipes – all from her gorgeous ranch kitchen.
10. Dessert Games: a Sweeter Take on Guy’s Grocery Games
Guy Fieri hands over the keys to Flavortown Market to dessert master Duff Goldman. In Duff’s newly dubbed “Sweet City,” four dessert chefs will shop for and create amazing confections, vying for the sweetest finish – a shopping spree worth up to $10,000 for the last chef standing.
Dessert Games premieres Monday, August 28 at 9 E/P.
For complete listings, check out our schedule page here.