Rinse with hot water. When the crust is cool and the ice cream is soft (mine wasn’t as soft as it needed to be, but I was losing daylight fast) spread the first ice cream flavor on the bottom of the crust. Now, pretend I just showed you a photo of the finished crust. And try not to consume the whole jar before the pie’s ready. Slice the pound cake (frozen is fine) into 1- to 1 1/2-inch slices. Add vanilla, then cook another minute or so. He bakes delicious waffles, chips and chocolate. Roger Mooking travels across the USA to visit home cooks, pitmasters, and chefs who use inventive ways to cook with fire. Now it’s time to make the meringue crust: grab two or three eggs…. Ree takes on a Thanksgiving-themed Q and A. Which team will be sent home? Who will win the $25,000 prize? Guy Fieri is on the road to sample all kinds of food. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall prepares a Christmas party for all the gang at River Cottage. She prepares a feast including roasted and braised turkey with Cognac gravy and root vegetable mash. Next, with a biscuit cutter or cookie … Next, with a biscuit cutter or cookie cutter that fits the bottom of the flower pot, cut the slices into rounds. Trisha invites her close friends over for a stress-free Thanksgiving meal. Six teams create displays depicting what happens when a hitchhiker accepts a ride from a stranger. In the final round they create cakes that are plaid inside and out. The five remaining teams work to create displays showing horrific, hideous monsters that are disguised with human faces. Remove the cold caramel sauce from the fridge, give it a stir, then drizzle away, baby! Big chunks of pecans in desserts make me want to cry. He creates all the classics, including a rhubarb crumble with custard, spotted dick and a sticky toffee pudding. Hold a straw up against the side of a flowerpot and snip it so it's 1/2 to 1 inch shorter than the top. Guy Fieri visits joints loading it, stuffing it and frying it, from bison-gravy fries in Santa Fe, New Mexico to stuffed oysters in Kansas City, Kansas. But that’s another topic for another time. Trisha hosts a misfit Thanksgiving for all her local friends. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall makes delicious edible Christmas gifts such as chocolate brownies. He ventures to various locations to source fresh produce and create stunning dishes. James Martin, one of Britain’s top dessert makers, presents his fantastic ice cream recipes. In San Francisco, Guy Fieri visits a Venezuelan joint that serves up a totally gluten-free menu. Guy Fieri is on the lookout for worldwide flavours. But, which of his stunning tart recipes will he demonstrate? Pour it into a jar and refrigerate it for at least a couple of hours. Watch the crust as it bakes to make sure it doesn’t get too brown and dry. The four remaining bakers attempt to make candy bar-influenced desserts. Three bakers use their own specialities to make gingerbread showpieces that depict Santa enjoying a much-needed day off. Have I mentioned I love coffee ice cream? Guy Fieri is on the road looking for unique beef dishes. Then they're challenged to create a decorated cupcake mosaic inspired by a pair of holiday pyjamas. Paul Hollywood is in Jerusalem where he learns about the city's baking culture and history. Hugh charts the rise of his own little enterprise, the River Cottage Glutton, from the local farmers market to the streets of London. As a rule, I pretty much always chop pecans finely, whether they’re in my chocolate sheet cake icing or pecan pie. My mom’s original recipe called for Butter Brickle, and that’s exactly what I used. He creates canapés of biltong and pastrami for a party and goes fishing for herring. She sets out a feast of orange maple glazed turkey with slow cooker acorn squash. Copyright © 2020 Discovery, Inc. or its subsidiaries and affiliates. Who will be sent home? Paul rekindles his baking roots as he travels the globe in search of the family bakeries and corner delis which have created the baking heritage of entire cities. Nutty, meringue crust. The Osmond family asks Brenda and Alisha to build a replica of their log cabin for a fundraiser. Guy Fieri visits eateries that put their heart into everything they do. This is one of the great recipes from my mom’s recipe binder—that blessed binder she accidentally left at my house one bright and sunny day a couple of years ago, the one I intentionally forgot to return for many, many months before I finally, at long last, returned it. Paul Hollywood learns about soda bread from the Irish chef and author, Clodagh McKenna. It also reminds me that I need to get on the treadmill. He demonstrates how he makes chocolate and ginger flapjacks, chocolate cornflake cakes and jam shortbread. It needs to be somewhat soft for this step. Let the pots dry thoroughly (it may take several hours). Chef James Martin celebrates the beauty of simple ingredients. The final two teams battle it out to impress the judges with their incredibly terrifying displays. This ingredient shopping module is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page. The six remaining bakers work in teams to create a brain-themed dessert. But, which festive desserts will he make? To serve, cut slices of pie and serve on individual plates with cold caramel sauce spooned over the top. A true British pub serves authentic English staples, while a Mexican spot is spicing up shrimps. I can’t think of anything more logical than making an ice cream pie in the dead of winter, can you? This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Imperfection is permitted here. Delish! And when you’re ready to serve it up, just slice as large a piece as your little id dictates. James Martin explores warm and cosy comfort desserts. In California, an Italian joint stays true to a family ravioli recipe. Vanilla Bean is what I used. Hugh recalls the development of his horticultural skills over his 3 years in Dorset, from running the gauntlet of pests, to harvesting bumper crops. And chop ’em up pretty finely. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content on their web site. They make Georgia peach BBQ turkey wings and a vanilla apple sheet pan pie. Paul visits Hollywood for the very first time. The four remaining teams are challenged to make displays that capture the most macabre monster throwing a Halloween party. Guy Fieri digs in and pigs out on all things pork. Be generous here! And, they make a motorised basketball-themed Santa cookie. Sorry. River Cottage welcomes the festive season with a Christmas Fayre as Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and his team share their secrets on how to enjoy the perfect Christmas holiday. Plop the mixture in the middle of a non-glass pie plate…. Into each of your (washed and dried) flower pots, drop a round of pound cake, lightly pressing to make sure they are all the way down. Tuning into the wild Dorset landscape, Hugh explains why wild food, both plants and animals, should always be a prime part of the smallholder's diet. And just a little warning: if you think you’re strong enough not to sneak into the fridge and eat this caramel sauce by the spoonful…well, then you’ve never tried this caramel sauce. Allow the crust to cool completely. Paige Davis challenges three bakers to use their sense of humour and make their best gingerbread creations while envisioning the worst Christmas ever. James Martin focuses on delicious, light sponge cakes. She serves up a Thanksgiving breakfast casserole and her favourite dessert pumpkin tiramisu. James Martin focuses on cakes made for special occasions. He focuses on the staples - sugar, cream, strawberries and fresh fruit. Spread the other pint (I used Vanilla Bean) over the first flavor. Trisha hosts her family for a huge Thanksgiving meal. Throw the whites in the bowl of an electric mixer…. On the menu are broccoli cornbread, brussels sprouts with pistachios and lemon pecan pie. Then, they confront their biggest phobias like insects and ghosts in the next round. He explores the Los Angeles baking scene. He shares useful tips and tricks, interesting family stories and his favourite South East Asian recipes that are easy-to-make and full of flavour. Chocolate Chip Caramel Ice Cream Sundae A few weeks ago, after an away soccer game, my daughter and her best friend, who happens to be my best friend Hyacinth’s daughter (conf… By Ree Drummond