Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Iron Chef America Countdown

You Had Me At Bacon

All hail the pig while describing the greatest pork moments in battle and judging.Read More

7:30 AM

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

8:00 AM

Alex's Day Off

Pub Food

Today is all about really good pub food, some pure fun food. When Alex walks into a pub, the first thing she orders is a juicy burger. Alex's version of a burger involves her secret blend of ground beef mixed with caramelized vegetables and topped with melt-y cheese. To go with that burger, a charred tomato soup topped with a crouton and way too much melted cheese bubbling over the edges. For sides, some tangy red cabbage coleslaw and golden fried zucchini spears.Read More

9:00 AM

Viva Daisy!

Date Night

Date night at Daisy's features a special and stress-free meal. To start, a pot of steamed mussels brims with fresh corn, tomatoes, and fresh cilantro; a garnish of Serrano peppers turns up the heat. Rack of lamb "dos chiles" tempts with a mouthwatering chipotle-garlic crust. Haricots verts in homemade lemon oil add fresh crunch to the meal, and hubby Jerry brings a surprise dessert.Read More

10:00 AM

Spice Goddess

Craving Menu

Bal Arneson satisfies her cravings by making smoky Lobster Tandoori; the perfect Paneer Mushroom Burger; homemade Sweet Potato Fries with Chili Coconut Dip; and a rich, nutty Almond Shake.Read More

11:00 AM

Chuck's Day Off

The Interns

"Cooking and food are more popular than ever and there are more and more young people who are going to cooking schools... And these schools all run intern programs where they place students in restaurant kitchens to get work experience. We've been really lucky and had three great interns, Raffi, Erin and Vanessa, for the last few weeks. They're great and brought some outside influences into the kitchen... Today I'm letting them off the hook and gonna cook for the interns... "Read More

11:30 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Manee Soohoo - Getting To Know You

Manee Soohoo was born in Thailand and now spends most of her time helping take care of her adorable grandchildren in Harlem, New York. She enlists Mo's help to babysit the kids and also teaches him how to make green curries, and whips up a batch of Pad See Ew for the kids. Despite the fact that Mo has never made Thai food, Manee's grandson gives the dish "five thumbs up."Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Sauces

A good sauce transforms an ordinary meal into an extraordinary one. Kelsey takes us through the three basic sauce groups: cream, meat and butter. First, brace yourself for the best Mac and Cheese you've ever tasted, made with a bacon and creamy Bechamel sauce. Next, a pan seared Pork Tenderloin drizzled with a Rosemary Balsamic and Orange Sauce. And finally, Asparagus Wrapped in Prosciutto bathed in a butter sauce. Pour it on and bon appetit!Read More

12:30 PM

French Food at Home

The Bread Show

Bread is one of the most famous French staples and the French are devoted to it. Laura shows her bread allegiance by creating an incredibly airy Miracle Boule; soothing Bread Soup; dense Walnut Cake; sweet Pain Perdu; and Pan Bagnat, the favourite French picnic sandwich.Read More

1:00 PM

Whether you're cooking for family, friends or just yourself suppertime needs to be easy. So for those evenings when you need speed, ease and restoration there's lemony salmon with Cherry tomato couscous. If you've people coming over and are pressed for time - stick Spanish Chicken with Chorizo and Potatoes in the oven, whip up a salad and your work is done. Need dessert in a hurry - try Nigella's No-fuss fruit tart - so named - because it is. And when you're home alone and deserving a treat slut's spaghetti is the answer. Read More

 
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1:30 PM

David Rocco's Dolce Vita

The Anniversary

During a game of pool with Marco, Rocco realizes that he has forgotten his wedding anniversary. Thinking on his feet, Rocco improvises an anniversary full of surprises, including a few special dishes for Nina.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Romantic Dinner

There's nothing more romantic than a dinner you create for that someone special, and Giada's got the perfect menu. Thin slices of steak Carpaccio, some red wine risotto and red raspberry cream cupcakes. These recipes are so good they may just heat up your love life.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Light and Healthy Seafood Dishes

Today Giada's collected her favorite seafood dishes that are light and healthy. Halibut with Balsamic Glaze, Swordfish Milanese and Seared Shrimp in Endive Leaves with Parsley Sauce. These seafaring favorites showcase the beautiful flavors of the Italian coast.Read More

3:00 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Best of the Pacific Northwest

Bobby Flay shows a little love for an often overlooked culinary destination -- the Pacific Northwest! On today's brunch menu: Smoked Salmon and Scallion Scramble With Whole Grain Toast and Homemade Goat Cheese Butter; Wild Mushroom-Yukon Gold Hash; irresistible Blackberry-Hazelnut Sticky Buns and a Coconut Chai Tea Latte.Read More

3:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Tuscan Brunch

Bobby creates a menu inspired by one of his favorite places -- Tuscany. Scrambled Eggs With Romano Cheese and Black Pepper start the meal, followed by a Grilled Tuscan Bruschetta topped with fresh Tomatoes and Basil. Bobby moves on to make Orange Ricotta Pancakes with a Caramelized Fig Compote and Pistachios, and a side of tasty Italian Home Fries. To finish things of, Bobby turns his gelato into a triple threat cocktail with Raspberry Sorbetto, and fresh Peach and Vanilla Gelato, topped off with sparkling Prosecco.Read More

4:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Chowder

Ben Sargeant likes to call himself the Brooklyn Chowder Surfer, and for good reason. He has been making chowder since the age of seven, and has surfed the waves all over the world. Based in Brooklyn, he serves his acclaimed soups at the Hurricane Hopeful Surf Bar. Ben's life-long dream has been to get his chowder recipes on every super market shelf in America. When Ben gathers his friends together in a Brooklyn Park to celebrate his Food Network debut, he has no idea that Bobby Flay will be arriving fashionably late to challenge him to a Throwdown. In this contest, it's sink or swim.Read More

4:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Wedding Cake

When it comes to weddings, the wedding cake is the centerpiece for the occasion. And when it comes to hot, new wedding cake designers, Brooklyn's Michelle Doll is the best. Michelle creates elegant and beautiful cakes for New York's hippest brides and she's off her skills to wedding planners and engaged couples at New York's Tavern on The Green. Little does she know that Bobby is the uninvited guest who will go tier to tier against her in a wedding cake Throwdown. Will Bobby's first attempt at wedding cake design impress a panel of wedding cake experts enough to beat a pro?Read More

5:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Chocolate Bread Pudding

Jerome Chang and Chris Chen have only been in business a year, but they have already gotten more press than many seasoned restaurateurs. What is all the buzz about? They serve five star desserts at one star prices - and they serve 'em out of a truck. These guys might be the hottest new thing to hit the streets of New York, but are they ready to go up against Bobby Flay's proven track record? One thing's for certain, in this Throwdown, the proof will be in the pudding!Read More

5:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Biscuits and Jam

Nothing says Southern comfort like a basket of homemade biscuits and jam, and nobody makes them better than Nashville's own Carol Fay Ellison. Carol Fay has earned nationwide fame as "the biscuit lady" at Nashville's famous Loveless Cafe and thinks she'll be making her amazing biscuits and jam for a new Food Network series called "Singin' in the Kitchen." What this sassy southerner doesn't know is that Bobby is gearing up to challenge her to a down-home biscuits and jam competition. With a special appearance by country-music star Luke Bryan this is sure to be a Throwdown full of surprises!Read More

6:00 PM

Eat St.

Monster Menus

First stop is Gorilla Cheese in New York City, a truck whose cheesy sandwiches stretch almost as long as their line-ups. Their Triple Cream Brie and Smoked Gouda will make you go ape for sure. From there we head to London, England, to visit Eat My Pies, a stand that's bringing back quality traditional food such as Pork Pies, Black Pudding Scotch Eggs and a royally good Custard Tart. Back across the Atlantic to Vancouver, B.C., Canada, to the Coma truck for narcoleptic nourishment that's a fusion of Korean, Mexican and American. Final stop is in Cleveland at the Nosh Box, a truck that brought their homemade favorites to the street for all to enjoy such as their Double Wide Grilled Mac 'n' Cheese Sandwich and a Portobello Mushroom Burger.Read More

6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Chili

The self proclaimed chili queen, Cindy Reed Wilkins, is the only competitor to win the coveted Terlingua International Chili championship two years in a row. Cindy often spends up to six months on the chili circuit: Will she be just as tough competing against an Iron Chef? When Bobby rolls up on her Mother's Appreciation Brunch, it will be time to figure out whose chili really reigns supreme and who will get the Throwdown crown.Read More

7:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Southern

Your grandmother might learn a new trick or two from these Southern-inspired sweet spots. Between New York and Miami with a stop in the deep South, we were charmed by a ladylike Lady Baltimore cake, a staunchly Southern restaurant that re-invents regional classic desserts, the cutest pies with surprising fillings, and heavenly layer cakes.Read More

7:30 PM

Unwrapped

Couch Potato

It's time to hit the sofa and relax. In this episode of Unwrapped, we're taking a lazy bite out of couch potato treats. Find out how Papa John prepares his pizza, curl up with the taste of pillow candy and visit a delivery service specializing in fresh baked cookies. Next, take an easy look at making mashed potatoes and visit a festival honoring the buffalo wing. Plus, discover how one famous spud is riding high.Read More

8:00 PM

Eat St.

Hawaii-Thai-Oh

Eat Street starts by hitting LA to feast on Sushi at the Jogasaki truck, Japanese cuisine with a Mexican twist. From there we say aloha to Opal's Thai Truck in Honolulu, Hawaii as we sample their Pad Thai, Penang Curry and Drunken noodles. It's an experience where you definitely get more bang-kok for your buck. Next we roll on down to Las Vegas, Nevada to really heat things up at the Sloppy Jo's truck whose concept revolves around one special ingredient, the New Mexican hatch chillie that's used in every dish. Last but not least, we visit South Carolina for some magical stuffed chicken wings at the 2Fat2Fly truck.Read More

8:30 PM

Eat St.

Bacon Jam Bonanza

Using local and sustainably sourced ingredients, Garden State Cart in Portland, Oregon serves East Coast-Sicilian fare such as their Meatball Hero Sandwich (on East Coast-style hoagie bread), and their popular vegetarian chickpea fritter sandwich. Led by Chef Joshua Henderson, Skillet Street Food in Seattle, Washington, is a pioneer in mobile gourmet trailers, serving dishes such as sockeye salmon with succotash, and their famous gourmet burger with homemade bacon jam. For a personalized falafel sandwich, Eat St. heads to Liba Falafel, a mobile food truck with a built in condiment bar in San Francisco, California which is known for beginning "falafel affairs." And finally, in Houston, Texas, Oh My! Pocket Pies mobile truck serves empanada style pocket pies with comfort fillings such as chicken chile relleno.Read More

9:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

New Jersey

G. is touring Hoboken, N.J., with a food scene that rivals neighbor New York's. Chef Wally Weaver of 3Forty Grill shares his special recipe for braised short rib. At Cava Winery owners Deneah and Anthony give G. a tasting before he and Chef Michael use the Cava wine to cook a flavorful fish entree. Last, G. visits Jersey institution Dickie Dee's where he sees how they make their famous Italian Hot Dog.Read More

9:30 PM
10:00 PM

Man Fire Food

Outrageous Ovens

Three times a year, Mark Skudlarek fires his three-chamber kiln at Cambridge Pottery in Cambridge, Wisconsin. During the week it takes for the kiln to bake up to two thousand pieces of pottery, Mark borrows some of the kiln's coals and places them in an outdoor wood-fired oven and in the grill for a celebratory feast of pizza, fish and chickens cooked in custom-designed earthenware bakers. In Deadwood, Oregon a couple turned a fifty-five gallon metal barrel into an everyday, outside oven. They invite Roger to pick produce from their bountiful garden and help prepare their favorite family recipes.Read More

 
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10:30 PM

Taste in Translation

Game Day

He shoots, he scores! Whether it's a soccer game in Peru or a Rugby match in Australia, a global love of sports goes hand in hand with a love for mouth-watering stadium snacks, finger foods, and plenty of surprises! Ever wonder what they chow down on during the baseball game in Japan? It's not what you think, but it sure looks yummy! In the Philippines, they look for portability and spice while taking in a boxing match and chef Dale Talde shows us how it's done. Rugby matches in Australia can get messy, so something easy, compact and savory is a must! We'll track down Peruvian favorites at Amaru to check out their favorite soccer match sandwich, and wash it down with a refreshing one of a kind cocktail. Finally, what would a good old American football game be without our very own favorite game day treat? Think you know what it is?Read More

11:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Flay vs. Bayless

Iron Chef Bobby Flay takes on challenger Rick Bayless in a battle of southwestern flair. See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

12:00 AM

Eat St.

Hawaii-Thai-Oh

Eat Street starts by hitting LA to feast on Sushi at the Jogasaki truck, Japanese cuisine with a Mexican twist. From there we say aloha to Opal's Thai Truck in Honolulu, Hawaii as we sample their Pad Thai, Penang Curry and Drunken noodles. It's an experience where you definitely get more bang-kok for your buck. Next we roll on down to Las Vegas, Nevada to really heat things up at the Sloppy Jo's truck whose concept revolves around one special ingredient, the New Mexican hatch chillie that's used in every dish. Last but not least, we visit South Carolina for some magical stuffed chicken wings at the 2Fat2Fly truck.Read More

12:30 AM

Eat St.

Bacon Jam Bonanza

Using local and sustainably sourced ingredients, Garden State Cart in Portland, Oregon serves East Coast-Sicilian fare such as their Meatball Hero Sandwich (on East Coast-style hoagie bread), and their popular vegetarian chickpea fritter sandwich. Led by Chef Joshua Henderson, Skillet Street Food in Seattle, Washington, is a pioneer in mobile gourmet trailers, serving dishes such as sockeye salmon with succotash, and their famous gourmet burger with homemade bacon jam. For a personalized falafel sandwich, Eat St. heads to Liba Falafel, a mobile food truck with a built in condiment bar in San Francisco, California which is known for beginning "falafel affairs." And finally, in Houston, Texas, Oh My! Pocket Pies mobile truck serves empanada style pocket pies with comfort fillings such as chicken chile relleno.Read More

1:00 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

New Jersey

G. is touring Hoboken, N.J., with a food scene that rivals neighbor New York's. Chef Wally Weaver of 3Forty Grill shares his special recipe for braised short rib. At Cava Winery owners Deneah and Anthony give G. a tasting before he and Chef Michael use the Cava wine to cook a flavorful fish entree. Last, G. visits Jersey institution Dickie Dee's where he sees how they make their famous Italian Hot Dog.Read More

1:30 AM
2:00 AM

Man Fire Food

Outrageous Ovens

Three times a year, Mark Skudlarek fires his three-chamber kiln at Cambridge Pottery in Cambridge, Wisconsin. During the week it takes for the kiln to bake up to two thousand pieces of pottery, Mark borrows some of the kiln's coals and places them in an outdoor wood-fired oven and in the grill for a celebratory feast of pizza, fish and chickens cooked in custom-designed earthenware bakers. In Deadwood, Oregon a couple turned a fifty-five gallon metal barrel into an everyday, outside oven. They invite Roger to pick produce from their bountiful garden and help prepare their favorite family recipes.Read More

 
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2:30 AM

Taste in Translation

Game Day

He shoots, he scores! Whether it's a soccer game in Peru or a Rugby match in Australia, a global love of sports goes hand in hand with a love for mouth-watering stadium snacks, finger foods, and plenty of surprises! Ever wonder what they chow down on during the baseball game in Japan? It's not what you think, but it sure looks yummy! In the Philippines, they look for portability and spice while taking in a boxing match and chef Dale Talde shows us how it's done. Rugby matches in Australia can get messy, so something easy, compact and savory is a must! We'll track down Peruvian favorites at Amaru to check out their favorite soccer match sandwich, and wash it down with a refreshing one of a kind cocktail. Finally, what would a good old American football game be without our very own favorite game day treat? Think you know what it is?Read More

3:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Flay vs. Bayless

Iron Chef Bobby Flay takes on challenger Rick Bayless in a battle of southwestern flair. See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

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