Itâ€™s the start of the week, which is good because thereâ€™s some great stuff on, but weâ€™re now over halfway through the weekend, which makes me want to cry. To console myself, hereâ€™s what weâ€™re recommending tonight.
Iâ€™ve been enjoying Food Network Star this season, and most of the people I dislike are gone, thank goodness. Last week, the group was split into two teams to present a four-course meal to the judges, including Bob, Susie, and guest judge Penn (from Penn & Teller). I actually loved the way the teams were split. I just knew that Emma, Lenny, & Loreal were going to kick butt. But honestly, the concept Emma came up with might have worked had they been able to execute it correctly. Their team was a train wreck from the beginning. Emma did a horrible job at giving out the ingredients to Lenny & Loreal. And then, she totally ruined the excellent pork sheâ€™d been given. So when their team lost, it came as no surprise (especially since the other team kinda rocked it out), and I was pretty happy that Emma went home. I do have to say, though, that while I loved Lenny in the beginning, heâ€™s starting to annoy me. If it were once every few times that he raised his hat and said â€œMaâ€™amâ€ when Giada said his name, fine. But his cowboy/Southern â€œcharmâ€ is so over the top that itâ€™s become obnoxious. So…yeah. Weâ€™ll see if I want him out next or not…
On tonightâ€™s episode, â€œRachael Ray Show,â€ the contestants are challenged to solve a culinary problem for a Rachael Ray Show viewer, and they must each create a dish that addresses the viewerâ€™s concerns. Then they must perform a demo of the dish on the Rachael Ray Show.
See who performs the best and who goes home tonight on Food Network at 9/8c.
Iâ€™ll also be watching/DVRing Guyâ€™s Grocery Games, Flipping the Block, The Last Ship, The Musketeers, Unforgettable, Cutthroat Kitchen, Frankenfood, & Reckless.
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