'MasterChef' and 'Food Network Star' help keep summer TV food shows burning

Summer is about throwing meat, fish and veggies on the grill; tossing salads of all sorts; savoring watermelon, peaches and cherries; and downing iced tea and lemonade by the gallon.But there comes a time when the sun has finally gone down, the embers have died, stomachs are full, and the time for relaxing in front of the television has come -- just in time to get some new recipes for the next summer cookout or just watch other people sweat in the kitchen.Here are a few suggestions for your TV food menu:"Food Network Star" (Sundays, Food Network): Currently in its ninth season, the competitive reality show still strives to produce a chef worthy of his or her own show (although the Season 2 winner, Guy Fieri, continues to be the biggest success). Each week, judges Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis and Alton Brown put the competitors through their paces."BBQ Pitmasters" (Sundays, Destination America): Each week,...



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