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7:00 AM

Iron Chef America Countdown

Ultimate Comfort Food

These comfort food classics were taken to new culinary heights in Kitchen Stadium.Read More

7:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Updated Classics

Trigger your fondest food memories with flavors you never remembered in our favorite picks for re-visited retro and nostalgic desserts. Indulge in caramel corn in San Francisco, a Meyer Lemon Shaker Pie, the creamiest of cheesecakes to have all to yourself, or a slice of birthday cake unlike any your mother ever made (on any day of the year).Read More

8:00 AM

For her best friend's birthday, Alex is planning a simple soy braised duck with a green peppercorn glaze that is drizzled over the duck at the last minute. Alex serves the duck with the perfect partner - lentils paired with cippolini onions cooked in duck fat. And, what's a birthday without a cake? She takes a moist yellow birthday cake and drops a layer of goopy marshmallow frosting right on topRead More

9:00 AM

Viva Daisy!

Cooking Lesson

Daisy's son Marc is in the kitchen for a private cooking lesson. The pineapple-chile condiment "Vinagre" makes everything taste brighter, as in the lively yet comforting Pork Chops Vinagre. Daisy's fail proof white rice pilaf with mushrooms, onion, and red bell pepper completes both the lesson and dinner.Read More

10:00 AM

Spice Goddess

Holiday Menu

Food is always the most important aspect of any celebration and in every culture. Bal Arneson prepares a menu guaranteed to impress - spicy Fish Pakoras with Peach Chutney; saucy Chicken Masala; crunchy Green Beans with Paneer; and smooth Carrot Halva.Read More

11:00 AM

"The biggest disaster we have is when the dishwasher breaks down... and this week disaster struck! We rent our machine and it comes with free service - and one hell of a character... He's like the Colombo of dishwashers. I mean he looks like Colombo and he's like a sort of weird dishwasher detective - solving dishwasher mysteries... The guy is full of stories - it'll be great to sit down with him and shoot the breeze".Read More

11:30 AM

From the Kitchens Of...

Crock Pot

The best recipes from the top test kitchens in the country are finally revealed on "From The Kitchens Of." It all happens when Cooking Channel joins up with some of the top culinary experts from the largest food manufacturers in the country to share all the tricks, tips, and surprising recipes that have been created in their innovative "food labs."Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

My Trip to France

Kelsey Nixon shares some essential cooking tips she discovered while in France as she makes Seared Duck Breast With Fig Sauce, Haricots Verts Almondine and Apple Tarte Tatin.Read More

12:30 PM

French Food at Home

Frenchified

Laura Calder takes timeless dishes and adds French touches to each. Creating Turkey Paupillettes with Chestnuts and Brussels Sprouts - a holiday dinner in one pan; pureed French Mashed Potatoes; an exquisite Sardine Platter; and a fresh Blueberry Tart.Read More

1:00 PM

Sometimes it's worth going that extra mile and if you're looking for indulgence look no further than Nigella's spicy jumbo chilli sauce, the perfect dipping sauce washed down with an irresistible Americano cocktail. For a romantic night in there's Roast duck legs with potatoes and a green salad and for dessert, none other than the devils own devils food cake. Read More

 
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1:30 PM

David Rocco's Dolce Vita

Run Rocco Run

Rocco's an avid runner, but he's never done the Rome Marathon - a marathon every runner should do in his lifetime. To get ready, Rocco trains on the streets of Florence, running into friendly faces on the way. With the help of his friends, Rocco cooks up a few high-carb meals that are perfect the day before the big run.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Fashionable Foods

When her good friend asks for help catering a party at her clothing store, Giada jumps at the chance to mix her two favorite things - food and fashion! She prepares a glamorous spread of bite-size beauties that are all super simple to make. Elegant crab salad in endives, colorful mini Italian clubs, bold espresso brownies, and more.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Cook with your Kids

Instead of sitting in the yard making mud pies, the kids are gathering in Giada's kitchen today, to make food they can really dig into. They'll smother and cook up pork chops Milanese, stir a yummy creamy orzo, paint corn on the cob with a meltingly cheesy sauce, and really get their hands dirty creating their own Italian ice cream sundaes Read More

 
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3:00 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Vermont Bed & Breakfast Style

Bobby Flay loves to recreate his favorite vacation meals and this menu is no exception. For his Vermont Bed and Breakfast menu he's making Black Pepper Popovers Filled With Vermont Cheddar and Herb Scrambled Eggs and Maple-Mustard Glazed Canadian Bacon. And as if that's not enough to get you out of bed, he's also making Baked Apples with Oatmeal and Yogurt and mixing up an Old Vermont Cocktail.Read More

3:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Chocolate Lovers Delight

Bobby puts together a decadent brunch based entirely around chocolate! Poached Eggs in a mouthwatering Mole along with Creamy Green Rice might become your new brunch staple. Bobby follows that up with Chocolate Crepes filled with a Chocolate Whipped Ricotta-Almond Filling and Warm Cherries. And if you still haven't had your fix, he blends up a Frothy Hot White Chocolate to round out the meal.Read More

4:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Brown Bag Apple Pie

The Elegant Farmer has taken the quintessential American dessert and added an award winning twist. Quickly becoming a new classic, their Brown Bag Apple Pie is so popular, they sell 10,000 during Thanksgiving week alone! The secret is in the cooking method. The brown bag allows the apples to steam instead of bake. And when they add their sugar cookie topping, their pie can't be beat. Or can it? Bobby Flay and the Throwdown team are hoping their fried pie creation is scrumptious enough to impress the judges. Read More

 
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4:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Falafel

Tel Aviv native Einat Admony is the chef and owner of Taim Falafel in NYC. Years ago, Einat worked as a line cook at Bobby's restaurant, Bolo. She took her formal culinary training and created an elevated take on a food most often served on street corners. Among Einat's best sellers is her falafel platter which shows this street food in a very different, very elegant way. Bobby will have to give a gourmet kick to falafel to stand up against a former employee whose passion for falafel has won her the title of best in the city. Read More

 
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5:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Deep Dish Pizza

No visit to the windy city is complete without a stop at the family run institution, Lou Malnati's Pizzeria. They opened their doors in 1971 with a motto of "pizza is the food of the world." Marc Malnati runs his father's namesake and their deep dish pizza is a favorite among Chi-towners and food critics alike. The secret to their sinfully delicious deep dish pizzas is a coveted 50-year old family recipe handed down from one Malnati to another and Marc is proudly carrying on this revered culinary tradition. Can our NY-style pizza guy throwdown with Chicago deep dish pie?Read More

5:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Chocolate Chip Cookies

The chocolate chip cookie is the most popular cookie in America, and Pam Weekes and Connie McDonald of New York City's Levain Bakery have concocted the ultimate version of this classic treat. Pam and Connie think their take on this crowd favorite has earned them a spot on a show called "Creative Classics." They have no idea that Bobby Flay will show up to challenge them to a chocolate chip cookie Throwdown. These two tri-athletes have completed the famed Ironman Challenge, but will they be able to outpace the Iron Chef? Tune in to see whose cookies will melt the competition.Read More

 
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6:00 PM

Eat St.

Surf and a Slice

The Big Egg in Portland, Oregon is a stationary breakfast cart, serving sweet and savory egg sandwiches. Customers can kick-start their day with a Monte Cristo - one egg any style, grilled black forest ham and gorgonzola, drizzled with pure maple glaze and stacked between two pieces of crunchy vanilla cardamom brioche French toast. The next stop is DC Slices, Washington, D.C.'s first mobile pizza truck where the servings will have you seeing doubles. Then, a trip to Hewtin's Dog in Providence, Rhode Island has customers rolling over for its house-made gourmet sausages, served from a traditional rolling street cart. Finally, Ed's Lobster kiosk in New York City serves some of the most extravagant street food, in the heart of the financial district, with its pricey yet delicious lobster rolls. Read More

6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Pie

The small town of Rockland is located on Maine's rugged coastline-and is known far and wide for its delicious pies. In the heart of the aptly nicknamed "Pie town" is the Berry Manor Inn, which claims to have the best of the best. And the bakers behind these fruit filled delights: Janet and Alice, the mothers of the inn's owners. These "Pie Moms" believe they have been selected as guest stars of a Food Network special called "Pie A la Road". With at least 100 years of experience between them, they are true masters of the oven. The only problem: when it comes to baking, they don't agree on anything. Can they come together to bake a pie that will beat their surprise competitor, Bobby Flay?Read More

 
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7:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Cookies

Craving cookies that are too cool for your childhood cookie jar? Nibble on a crumbly, oat-flecked peanut butter sandwich cookie in New York, a psychedelic sugar cookie from Brooklyn, a serious chocolate chip cookie with cocoa nibs in San Francisco, or a wacky snickerdoodle "cookie pizza" from Chicago.Read More

7:30 PM

Unwrapped

All About Orange

Time for a little citrus sensation because today Marc Summers is peeling open stories on orange-flavored foods. Why the clementine "Cutie" is so easy to peel, Schwan's for a behind-the-scenes look at Orange Push'ems and what makes Welch's Marmalade so "a-peeling." How Goose Island Brewery brews a popsicle flavored soda and Robinson Dairy turns milk into an orange cream that's a hit with football fans. Finally, check out the truffle with the taste of sunshine inside from Cape Cod Provisions.Read More

8:00 PM

Eat St.

The Truck Stops Here

W.O.W. - we begin at the Wonderlicious On Wheels truck in Atlanta whose south American inspired snacks are the talk of the town. Smoked Pork Arepas, Sauteed Shrimp Cakes and a knock out Kwanza Bowl will have you saying wow too. Next is a truly beefed up menu at Hoss' Loaded Burgers in Nashville, where cheese stuffed, grass fed burgers or a vegan patty are driving the locals crazy with delight; gouda, cheddar and blue cheese infusions help seal the deal. Then it's time for some big, bad, gourmet Italian comfort food at The Tasting Spoon truck in Orange County such as Crispy Buttermilk Marinated Calamari, Arancini and even a Foie Grass Slider. Last stop is at the Devilicious truck in San Diego, food so good, it's bad; a Butter Poached Lobster Grilled Cheese sandwich, Chili Cheddar Stuffed Jalape?os and Spicy Tuna Nachos will satisfy the most hellish of appetites.Read More

8:30 PM

Eat St.

Pierogies to Pizza

In Hoboken, N.J., Stefania's Pierogi Truck -- named after the owner's 86-year-old grandmother -- is serving up traditional Polish dishes by Granny herself. Next, viewers find out how Veraci Pizza in Seattle bakes gourmet thin crust pizzas in less than 90 seconds in its mobile wood burning pull-cart oven. Then, for a helping of Colombian-style sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs, Eat St. heads to the Yellow Submarine in Miami, Florida. And finally, for Mexican-West Coast fusion cuisine, it is off to TacoFino Cantina on the wild west coast in Tofino, British Columbia.Read More

9:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Brooklyn

G. gets a taste of the South in Brooklyn. At Pies 'n' Thighs, the owners put their Carolina roots to the test, showcasing their sour cherry pear pie and fried chicken with all the fixings. At Burger Bistro, Chef and owner John shows G. how to make his ossobucco burger. And no trip to New York would be complete without a good drink, and Brad of the Breukelen Distillery shows G. how they make delicious gin starting from fresh grain.Read More

9:30 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Medieval Mayhem

Here ye-Here ye, Chef Robert Irvine of Dinner Impossible will cook for royalty at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. King Henry VIII, Renaissance Festival has requested Chef Irvine's culinary expertise to create a royal feast fit for a king, his fiancee, Princess Anna of Cleves and 30 guests. Cooking for royalty is nothing new for Robert, but cooking for royalty from the 16th century is the twist!! Can Robert work in a state-of-the-art medieval kitchen with David and some wenches from the past and keep his head?-or is this Dinner Impossible?Read More

10:00 PM

Man Fire Food

Backyard Feast

At Ned Ludd An American Craft Kitchen restaurant in Portland, Oregon, chef Jason French loves to prepare food in his wood-fired oven and outdoor smoker so much that he doesn't even have a gas stove. Jason takes Roger to Big Table Farm in Gaston where his friends built a smoker out of a sea buoy. Chickens and pork belly are smoked for a sunset feast in the middle of the farm. In Iowa City, chef Kurt Friese hosts "Lambapalooza," whole lamb cooked on an unusual rotisserie he built in his backyard. Lamb from a local farm is stuffed with aromatics and cooked over a fire throughout the day, and potatoes harvested that morning are baked directly in the coals. Lambapalooza is a fantastic feast for his kitchen staff, family and friends.Read More

 
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10:30 PM

Taste in Translation

Comfort Food

Mmm...what's better than comfort food? Around the globe, every country can agree it's warm and filling and reminds us of home and the delicious dishes our moms used to make. On this episode, we'll dive into the number one global comfort foods - starting with Swedish cookbook author Anna Harrington to discover a unique, comforting Scandinavian family classic-hint: it's not meatballs! We'll also get acquainted with a Senegalese chef cooking up a scrumptious, hot stew at Cazamance and a comforting breakfast dish from the white hot restaurant Mission Chinese. We'll discover how in England comfort food is a sticky sweet beloved British dessert at Waterloo & City and we'll end our world tour with the all-time favorite American comfort food dish with a twist - bet you can't guess what it is!Read More

 
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11:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Morimoto vs. Symon

Iron Chef Morimoto goes up against Cleveland Chef, Michael Symon in a creative and artistic battle to the finish. See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

12:00 AM

Eat St.

The Truck Stops Here

W.O.W. - we begin at the Wonderlicious On Wheels truck in Atlanta whose south American inspired snacks are the talk of the town. Smoked Pork Arepas, Sauteed Shrimp Cakes and a knock out Kwanza Bowl will have you saying wow too. Next is a truly beefed up menu at Hoss' Loaded Burgers in Nashville, where cheese stuffed, grass fed burgers or a vegan patty are driving the locals crazy with delight; gouda, cheddar and blue cheese infusions help seal the deal. Then it's time for some big, bad, gourmet Italian comfort food at The Tasting Spoon truck in Orange County such as Crispy Buttermilk Marinated Calamari, Arancini and even a Foie Grass Slider. Last stop is at the Devilicious truck in San Diego, food so good, it's bad; a Butter Poached Lobster Grilled Cheese sandwich, Chili Cheddar Stuffed Jalape?os and Spicy Tuna Nachos will satisfy the most hellish of appetites.Read More

12:30 AM

Eat St.

Pierogies to Pizza

In Hoboken, N.J., Stefania's Pierogi Truck -- named after the owner's 86-year-old grandmother -- is serving up traditional Polish dishes by Granny herself. Next, viewers find out how Veraci Pizza in Seattle bakes gourmet thin crust pizzas in less than 90 seconds in its mobile wood burning pull-cart oven. Then, for a helping of Colombian-style sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs, Eat St. heads to the Yellow Submarine in Miami, Florida. And finally, for Mexican-West Coast fusion cuisine, it is off to TacoFino Cantina on the wild west coast in Tofino, British Columbia.Read More

1:00 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Brooklyn

G. gets a taste of the South in Brooklyn. At Pies 'n' Thighs, the owners put their Carolina roots to the test, showcasing their sour cherry pear pie and fried chicken with all the fixings. At Burger Bistro, Chef and owner John shows G. how to make his ossobucco burger. And no trip to New York would be complete without a good drink, and Brad of the Breukelen Distillery shows G. how they make delicious gin starting from fresh grain.Read More

1:30 AM

Dinner: Impossible

Medieval Mayhem

Here ye-Here ye, Chef Robert Irvine of Dinner Impossible will cook for royalty at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. King Henry VIII, Renaissance Festival has requested Chef Irvine's culinary expertise to create a royal feast fit for a king, his fiancee, Princess Anna of Cleves and 30 guests. Cooking for royalty is nothing new for Robert, but cooking for royalty from the 16th century is the twist!! Can Robert work in a state-of-the-art medieval kitchen with David and some wenches from the past and keep his head?-or is this Dinner Impossible?Read More

2:00 AM

Man Fire Food

Backyard Feast

At Ned Ludd An American Craft Kitchen restaurant in Portland, Oregon, chef Jason French loves to prepare food in his wood-fired oven and outdoor smoker so much that he doesn't even have a gas stove. Jason takes Roger to Big Table Farm in Gaston where his friends built a smoker out of a sea buoy. Chickens and pork belly are smoked for a sunset feast in the middle of the farm. In Iowa City, chef Kurt Friese hosts "Lambapalooza," whole lamb cooked on an unusual rotisserie he built in his backyard. Lamb from a local farm is stuffed with aromatics and cooked over a fire throughout the day, and potatoes harvested that morning are baked directly in the coals. Lambapalooza is a fantastic feast for his kitchen staff, family and friends.Read More

 
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2:30 AM

Taste in Translation

Comfort Food

Mmm...what's better than comfort food? Around the globe, every country can agree it's warm and filling and reminds us of home and the delicious dishes our moms used to make. On this episode, we'll dive into the number one global comfort foods - starting with Swedish cookbook author Anna Harrington to discover a unique, comforting Scandinavian family classic-hint: it's not meatballs! We'll also get acquainted with a Senegalese chef cooking up a scrumptious, hot stew at Cazamance and a comforting breakfast dish from the white hot restaurant Mission Chinese. We'll discover how in England comfort food is a sticky sweet beloved British dessert at Waterloo & City and we'll end our world tour with the all-time favorite American comfort food dish with a twist - bet you can't guess what it is!Read More

 
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3:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Morimoto vs. Symon

Iron Chef Morimoto goes up against Cleveland Chef, Michael Symon in a creative and artistic battle to the finish. See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

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