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.

Saturday (July 21)

Home for Dinner with Jamie Deen: In a new episode of his cooking series, Jamie fires up his award winning chili, chops a salad and bakes bread in a skillet. 10:30 a.m. ET, Food Network

Barefoot Contessa: I still contend that, since Good Eats went off the air, Ina Garten's series is the best on the Food Network. A Florentine feast features parchment wrapped fish, fresh mozzarella and parmesan polenta. 11 a.m. ET, Food Network

Julia Child Cooking with Master Chefs: Julia Child joins renowned baker Nancy Silverton in the kitchen for some serious bread making. 12 p.m. ET, PBS

The Supersizers Go...: Giles Coren and Sue Perkins travel throughout culinary history with a lot of humor. This time, they replicate a typical 1950's lifestyle...right down to the consumer disillusionment. 9 p.m. ET, Cooking Channel

Sunday (July 22)

Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction: In a new episode, Bobby grills a Greek-inspired meal of grilled shrimp, sardines and a rotisserie lamb roast. 11 a.m. ET, Food Network

Chopped: Former FN Star competitors cook for the panel of Alton, Giada and Bobby. This is what we call a very special episode of Chopped. 8 p.m. ET, Food Network

The Next Food Network Star: Immediately following Chopped, America will decide who they want to be the next Food Network star. Perhaps we'll finally find the next Guy Fieri...or maybe that's not a good thing. 9 p.m. ET, Food Network

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