Hopefully you got your fill of scary movies and terrifying TV shows, because Thanksgiving programming is on its way! All November long, Food Network will be celebrating Thanksgiving with your favorite chefs and shows.
Guy Fieri hits the road in his Diners, Drive Ins, and Dives special “All Kind of Gobble Gobble,” which explores Thanksgiving food found all across America’s dining gems.
It’s an Iron Chef battle of old vs. new in their holiday special “Thanksgiving: Past and Present.” Premiering November 10 at 10pm, Iron Chef champions Bobby Flay and Michael Symon, the veterans, will challenge new winners Geoffrey Zakarian and Alex Guarnaschelli in an epic Thanksgiving battle.
Chopped will also give us several Thanksgiving themed special episodes with their mini-marathon airing on November 12. At 8pm is “Cornuchopia,” at 9pm it’s “Give it Your All,” at 10pm is “A Chopped Thanksgiving,” at 11pm is “Happy Turkey Gizzards Day!” Perfect to watch curled up on the couch (with a few snacks of course).
Celebrate Thanksgiving with the Barefoot Contessa’s “Thanksgiving 2.0” holiday episode. Ina Garten prepares delicious holiday food including Turkey Hash Browns in this episode airing November 16 at 11am.
Rachel Ray’s “Thanksgiving Anytime” episode airing November 17 at 9am promises to help you prepare easy and quick Thanksgiving food.
Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction has a holiday special called “Giving Thanks for Barbecue” on November 16 at 9am, which will include some interesting takes on the traditional bird, such as Cajun Brined Turkey.
Whether you like your cranberry sauce fresh or from a can, whether you prefer apple or pumpkin pie, Food Network has the shows to make your mouth water this November.