At last! The day man has been waiting for. It’s the last day of the work day, and the night before weekends. Now, I’m sure you’ve got some plans going on, but if you’re thinking of making some dinner or something, then you’d better be sure that you know what to do. If you don’t, well, it’s good luck to you.
But don’t despair. There are easy to follow recipes available on TV. And I happen to know some good shows for you to watch. Who knows what kind of inspiration that you can get from these.
What Would Brian Boitano Make: Kristi Comes to Dinner (9:30 a.m. at the Food Network)
Seems like Brian’s friend Kristi Yamaguchi’s in a bit of a bind; and Brian’s decided to lend a hand by letting her family do their affair in his house. But can Brian be able to cook up something enough for fifteen family members.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (Holiday Special) (11 a.m. at the Travel Channel)
Tony and his friend Michael are going to make a holiday dinner – a plan that seems to heading to a disaster. Plus, the show’s got some surprise guest chefs to liven up the holiday.
Paula’s Best Dishes: Rock It Out (12 p.m. at the Food Network)
When the mom of comic star Chris Rock stops over at Paula’s kitchen, you can only expect one exciting cooking fest. See them jam together as they cook up some cool dishes.
Throw Down with Bobby Flay (2:30 p.m. at the Food Network)
Chef Bobby is back. And this time, he’s going to take on the best gingerbread artist of the country as a challenge. It’s going to be an exciting match to create the best gingerbread ever made.
Unwrapped: Christmas Cookies (11 p.m. at the Food Network)
It’s all about cookies today. Let’s travel around the country and see how schools make cookie baking fun for kids. Plus, let’s meet a cookie jar collector and gingerbread construction company.