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Patricia Heaton Parties

Patricia Heaton Parties

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  • Premiered: 
    October 24, 2015
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  • Network: Food Network
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: How-to
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Tags: food, cooking, parties, celebrity

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Plot Synopsis

Host Patricia Heaton invites viewers into her home so she can share her favorite party-friendly food and home entertaining how-to's in the half-hour series PATRICIA HEATON PARTIES. Drawing inspiration from her family, travels and themes like Halloween, football tailgates and anniversaries, Patricia's delicious take on easy-to-make appetizers, creative cocktails and party decor delivers a memorable celebration. In the series opener, "Heaton Up Halloween," Patricia invites THE MIDDLE co-stars Brock Ciarlelli, Charlie McDermott, Jen Ray, Eden Sher and makeup artist Tyson Fontaine over for a Halloween to remember. With Tombstone and Coffin Grilled Cheese, Smoky Tomato Soup, Zombie Punch with Eyeball Ice Cubes, Spooky Salad with Blood Dressing and Candied Pretzel Parts, this menu is filled with treats and a few of Patricia's culinary tricks. Upcoming episodes feature Patricia and her husband David Hunt's 25th wedding anniversary celebtration, a backyard meal with her sons and a special ladies night.
Season 2 of PATRICIA HEATON PARTIES premiered on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 12:30pm ET/PT on Food Network. Every week of the ten-episode new season, the award-winning actress shares easy-to-make recipes, creative cocktails and decor tips for creating unforgettable get-togethers for every occasion. From a meat and potatoes meal with her EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND pals Anna Romano and Monica Horan Rosenthal, to a camp-inspired party with comedians Chris Kattan and Molly Shannon, each episode celebrates friends, family and food. In the season opener, Patricia invites childhood friend Sally Block and comedian Andy Kindler for a groovy night of 70s favorites. Patty goes retro all the way with her creamy, delicious Pistachio Cheese Log, followed by her far-out take on a party favorite: Rumaki, done two ways. Then, kick back with a Harvey Wallbanger Cocktail and a Waldorf Salad that will never go out of style. Upcoming episode themes include movie night, all-American BBQ and birthday brunch.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Relativity Television