Hey, Food Network Canada fans! We’re letting you open your presents early this season.  Our holiday schedule kicks off this Sunday (November 30th) and has everything you ever wanted from chefs sharing their secrets on how to make the best holiday feast to holiday episodes of your favourite shows to a holiday baking extravaganza that’s the best thing since sliced (ginger) bread.


The Holiday Baking Championship tests amateur bakers on everything baking and holidays. This isn’t your office cookie bake-off! Bobby Deen hosts this six-part special series, and Nancy Fuller from Farmhouse Rules, Duff Goldman from Ace of Cakes and Donut Showdown and Lorraine Pascale are the tough-love judges. Get schedule details here.


Need a little cooking inspiration this holiday season? Jamie Oliver has a new special, Jamie’s Festive Feast, where he shares recipes for those lazy winter days post-Christmas.
Get schedule details here.

In his new three-part seasonal special series, Gordon Ramsay is not only sharing great holiday recipes — but recipes that will keep you and your family warm and cozy all winter long. Get schedule details for Gordon Ramsay’s Season Specials episodes here.


Sabotage does not take a holiday. Get schedule details here on a new holiday episode of Cutthroat Kitchen “Sabotage is Comin’ to Town.”

Ted and Bobby won’t leave you out in the cold, either. You’ll  have new holiday episodes of Chopped and Beat Bobby Flay to unwrap this December.
Get the schedule here of brand new Chopped holiday episodes (and past fan favourites).
Find the schedule here for the Beat Bobby Flay holiday episode “Bells Will be Ringing.”


Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa to you and me, jets off to London, England to explore the bustling city’s food scene.  Once back in East Hampton, she shares easy and elegant recipes inspired by her trip to Merry England.  The second best thing to being a tag-along on this trip, is to watch her holiday special “Barefoot in London.” The show airs on Saturday, December 13th at 10am ET.


If you thrive on excitement and you love it hot, watch Kitchen Inferno with Curtis Stone. A chef is challenged to outcook a chain of increasingly skilled chefs to advance to the grand prize. Get the schedule for the holiday episode “Holiday Heat” here.

Guy Fieri is back this season with a brand new holiday episode Guy’s Grocery Games. Get schedule details for this fan favourite here.


The Pioneer Woman gets the holidays right; friends, family, and down-home easy recipes that everyone will love. Ree is back this season with two brand new holiday specials, “Pioneer Woman Cowboy Christmas Hoedown” and “Pioneer Woman Christmas Cocktail Party.” You can also catch her great holiday specials from seasons’ past. Get all the schedule details here.

Find great holiday recipes from The Pioneer Woman here.


Our down-home Canadian favourite, Lynn Crawford, knows how to put together a great holiday table — with a little help from her friends. A Pitchin’ In Christmas shows Lynn whipping up an unforgettable Christmas feast while some of her favourite Pitchin’ In friends drop in with some of her favourite ingredients. Get schedule details here. 

The holidays don’t have to be stressful. Rachael Ray shows you how to whip up a turkey dinner that’s easy and delicious. And those leftovers? She can help you with those, too. Get schedule details here on holiday episodes from Rachael Ray.


Catch fan-favourite and hilarious holiday episodes of You Gotta Eat Here!; John Catucci travels across Canada from Whitehorse, Yukon to St. John’s, Newfoundland and Calgary, Alberta to Huntsville, Ontario to share traditional and not-so-traditional holiday eats.  Find out the schedule for holiday episodes here. 

Want even more holiday recipes? Check out our holiday guide! From Anna Olson’s cookies to Michael Smith’s holiday dishes, we have all the recipes you need to treat your loved ones this season.