Food Network is headed back to the kitchen. Recently, the network announced a new season of Kitchen Sink will debut in January.
The upcoming season will feature three new co-hosts — Food Network Star winner Tregaye Fraser, world-renowned chef Spike Mendelsohn, and cookbook author Fanny Slater. Along with special guests, the three will explore “the latest in food trends, internet-inspired recipes, genius kitchen hacks, cooking shortcuts and more.”
The new season of Kitchen Sink begins on January 15th at 11 a.m. ET/PT.
From Food Network:
NEW YORK – December 21, 2016 – Start your Sundays off in the New Year with food, friends and fun, in a new season of Kitchen Sink, premiering Sunday, January 15th at 11am ET/PT on Food Network. With three new co-hosts joining the Kitchen Sink, including Food Network Star winner Tregaye Fraser, world-renowned chef Spike Mendelsohn, cookbook author Fanny Slater and special guests, each episode features the latest in food trends, internet-inspired recipes, genius kitchen hacks, cooking shortcuts and more. Don’t miss this entertaining and enlightening daytime series that will touch upon all things and the Kitchen Sink!
“Sprinkle in expert recipe tips and today’s hottest culinary trends, add a dash of personality, and you have the perfect recipe for fun,” said Didi O’Hearn, Senior Vice President Programming, Food Network and Cooking Channel. “Tregaye, Spike and Fanny are a perfect addition to Food Network’s weekend lineup, and along with the special guests, they will be serving up a fast-order of food, fun, and inspiration!”
Over 13 half-hour episodes, the co-hosts along with special guests take a look at the latest culinary trends, offer up kitchen hacks and time-saving shortcuts, while sharing delicious new recipes for every occasion, including inspired culinary delights from the latest and greatest digital food frontier. In addition to culinary tips, trends and techniques, the co-hosts serve up delicious recipes to make at home; from Sunday brunch to a Saturday night party including an epic take on a cinnamon roll, Super Easy Sloppy Sliders for a do-it-yourself party menu, a weeknight pasta dish using only five ingredients, nachos with a twist and many more. The Kitchen Sink will also step out of the studio and on to the streets with Sink on the Street, going on location for a deep dive into popular food trends and the culinary delights they inspire.
Visit FoodNetwork.com to view photos and video highlights with the co-hosts, and to save your favorite recipes and tips. Weigh in on the ideas you like best using #KitchenSink.
Kitchen Sink is produced by BSTV Entertainment.”
What do you think? Do you watch Food Network? Will you watch the new season of Kitchen Sink?
Can not stand to watch Tregaye!! Love the kitchen but Tregaye is too domineering.
Tregaye, where is that personality that we saw on Food Network when you won. Girl, bring it!!! We know you have the stuff to do this show. I am pulling for you.
I watched the 1st episode of the kitchen sink and lets just say that was the most awkward thing I’ve ever seen. I felt so bad for Jeff Mauro! He can only carry a show so far. Tregaye is not ready for a show like this. She looked so uncomfortable and had no idea what to say! I felt so embarrassed for her. My house loves the kitchen with Jeff, GZ, Sunny, Katie, and Marcella! Please don’t cancel the Kitchen!!! The kitchen sink needs a TON of tweaking and work. I hope it works out for Tregaye but that was… Read more »
I watched the 1st episode of the kitchen sink and lets just say- AWKWARD! Poor Jeff Mauro! He can only carry a show so far. That was a terrible show. Love the kitchen but the kitchen sink was a disaster. Tregaye is not ready for a show like this or she needs way more practice. She looked so uncomfortable and had no idea what to say majority of the time. I was embarrassed for her. Please don’t get rid of the kitchen!!! My house loves that show and Sunny, Jeff, GZ, Katie, Marcella!
Will the Kitchen Sink show be shown in Canada?
I stopped watching the Food Network as it seems that all the shows are cooking competitions. That being said Food Network Canada does have shows that actually teach us something. Anna Olsen’s “Bake” as an example takes us step by step through a recipe. In addition she shows how to take a basic recipe and by changing one ingredient and we have another type of type of cake, bread, etc.
Here in Canada a new food channel called Gusto has been launched and includes shows by Jamie Oliver.
My husband and I used to love watching the cooking shows. We both spend a lot of time in the kitchen cooking. But as Elaine commented, all we can see when we get home are competition shows and Guy Fieri (?) triple D shows that go on like a marathon for hours on end. Even through late nights. I used to like Guy, but now it seems that he owns the network, and it’s too, too much!