"Rachel Ray's Week in a Day," "Barefoot Contessa," "Giada at Home" and "The Pioneer Woman" are some daily and weekly shows on the Food Network as of 2015. Episodes of some shows are repeats from previous seasons that air on a daily basis.
On "Rachel Ray's Week in a Day," Ray prepares five meals ahead, all on the same day. Each meal takes approximately 30 minutes to prepare, in keeping with Ray's previous show "30 Minute Meals." The show airs on Sunday mornings and is currently in its seventh season, as of 2015.
Ina Garten welcomes viewers into her East Hampton home, where she prepares a wide array of dishes that are mostly contemporary American with intermittent forays into simplified French cuisine. The show, "Barefoot Contessa," shares a name with the East Hampton food retail business Garten owned for many years.
Giada de Laurentiis shows viewers how to entertain California-style on "Giada at Home." The show is somewhat of a departure from another Laurentiis-hosted show, "Everyday Italian," which focuses on mainland Italian cuisine.
"The Pioneer Woman" began as a blog by Ree Drummond, in which she chronicled her real life experiences as a wife, mother and homeschooler on a ranch in Oklahoma. Like the blog, the show is part confessional, part tutorial and focuses on simple, homemade contemporary American food.