Cooking Channel's Can't-Miss Fall TV Schedule
Worst Things About Fall: school; everything is suddenly pumpkin flavored; it's getting brisk out there.
Best Things About Fall: Oktoberfest, everything is suddenly pumpkin flavored; awesome new shows on Cooking Channel.
Here's a peek at our fall TV lineup. Get pumped for some of the best new shows and best returning shows on Cooking Channel this fall.
Web sensation and online superstar Laura Vitale brings her take on American mealtime to television. With an emphasis on simple and seasonal, Laura blends easy but enticing recipes and girl-next-door charm, making meals that America will adore.
Tom Kerridge — the only chef in the UK to run a two-Michelin-starred pub — wants to school us on British pub classics (and the upscale dishes they inspire). Throughout the series, Tom will visit his favorite suppliers and pubs around the country that are pushing the pub-food envelope.
Jim Stacy is pretty fly and pretty fry. This Southern corndog master is coming to Cooking Channel to celebrate America's roadside rebel chefs and the deliciously offbeat food and experiences they offer. From hidden local gems to restaurants that master delicious surprises, Offbeat Eats is a roadmap to restaurants that are a little hard to find but always worth the journey. Oh, and Jim's beard is pretty awesome, too.
Hope you brought your sweet tooth. Unique Sweets is back, giving you an insider's peek into innovative places across America that are creating the most unique and exciting desserts today. So you'd better save room (and DVR space) for dessert.
Changing the face of Asian food in America one menu at a time, Ching-He Huang travels across the country helping struggling restaurants update and revitalize their dishes and make over their run-of-the-mill establishments. This season, she's back and tackling crazier situations and bigger challenges than ever before.
The countdown to Halloween is on with a week of your favorite scary and sweet programming, from Sunday, October 19 to Saturday, October 25, 8pm to 11pm ET. Boo ya.