NOMTVWith all the channels on broadcast TV and cable and the inevitable episode repeats, it's hard to sort out what's new or worthwhile. Let us sort it out for you so you don't miss anything worth watching. Times may vary with region; check your local listings for exact hour and channels. PBS shows have been omitted due to their location-specific programming.

Saturday (March 10)

Down Home with the Neelys: The Neelys prepare a hearty brunch of steak and eggs, hashbrown casserole, a spiced-applesauce cake and Mexican hot chocolate. 9 a.m. ET, Food Network

30 Minute Meals: Rachael demonstrates her thirty minute recipe for tagliatelle in a carbonara-style sauce with grilled asparagus and spiced bread crumbs, along with a sweet and spicy orange salad. 9:30 a.m. ET, Food Network

The Pioneer Woman: Ree switches things up with breakfast-for-dinner when her kids have friends over for a sleepover party. 10 a.m. ET, Food Network

Barefoot Contessa: It's brunch chez Ina. Learn how to prepare blintzes with blueberry sauce, homemade granola, and apricot butter. 11 a.m. ET, Food Network

Giada at Home: Giada invites restaurateur Joan McNamera to join her for lunch. 11:30 a.m. ET, Food Network

Kelsey's Essentials: Learn how to make meals ideal for bringing to work and play with Kelsey's series of take-out recipes. 2:30 p.m. ET, Cooking Channel

The Supersizers Go...: The Supersizers take a look at the culinary and cultural trends of the 1950s. 10 p.m. ET, Cooking Channel

Sunday (March 11)

Ten Dollar Dinners: Find out how to put together a ten dollar pan-Asian spread consisting of glazed pork chops, sesame-peanut noodles with vegetables, and a cucumber-carrot salad. 10 a.m. ET, Food Network

Sandwich King: Jeff does dessert this Sunday with ice-cream sandwiches and fried PB&Js. 11 a.m. ET, Food Network

Secrets of a Restaurant Chef: Anne covers traditional Asian dishes, including braised pork shoulder, ahi poke, and a pickled cucumber and daikon salad. 11:30 a.m. ET, Food Network

David Rocco's Amalfi Getaway: In the series premier, David Rocco learns how to use Amalfi lemon leaves to prepare traditional Italian recipes, including Southern Italy's hallmark limoncello liquer.1:30 p.m. ET, Cooking Channel

Cupcake Wars: Bakers compete to have their cupcakes featured at the Girl Scouts 100th anniversary celebration. 8 p.m. ET, Food Network

Worst Cooks in America: The competitors attempt to make their mentors' favorite dishes, with only their senses to guide them. Later in the episode, they cater a party celebrating St. Patrick's Day. 9 p.m. ET, Food Network

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