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7:00 AM

After finding a treasure map hidden in a haunted carousel, Baron makes his way through Bridgeport, Conn., in search of P.T. Barnum's tasty treasure. With circus ghosts close on his heels, Baron explores the world of Peruvian ceviche, enjoys some Haitian oxtail and catches a ride on a food truck filled with Jamaican jerk chicken.Read More

7:30 AM

We take you to some of the most unique eateries in New York City that are serving up their twist on comfort food staples. A rowdy meatball joint on the lower east side, a bustling restaurant serving knockout chicken and waffles in Brooklyn, an eco-friendly hot dog haven where the chef makes the condiments from scratch, and a burger and fries shack in the middle of the city that boasts lines down the block every day.Read More

8:00 AM

America's Best Bites host Natalie Forte discovers Milwaukee's favorite example of subdued elegance in a renovated 19th century feed store! Chef Peggy Magister substituted a Chef's toque for a nurse's cap to do what she always wanted to do...cook! We feature Caramelized Garlic & Goat Cheese Tart, Jasmine Tea-glazed Salmon and Lemon Curd Tart with sourdough-pretzel crust.Read More

8:30 AM

Spain produces and distributes more olive oil than any other place in the world, including Italy. In this episode, Annie hooks up with a range of experts who demonstrate the versatility of olive oil. Annie travels to Jaen, Spain's olive capital in southern Spain, where she visits one of the most respected olive oil farms in the world run by the Vano family, who press their own oil on site and produce the Castillo de Canena brand; meets with Maria Carmen Velez, a self-taught cook and alioli expert (a Spanish garlic and olive oil mayonnaise-type sauce) at her restaurant in the small inland town of Petrer; and prepares olive oil chocolates with master chocolate artisan Paco Torreblanca, including chocolate oysters with pearl and chocolate caviar.Read More

9:00 AM

James Wong uses trees and shrubs to tackle minor everyday complaints. He shows one shaving rash sufferer how to grow witch hazel and turn it in to a cooling gel, and offers three sinusitis sufferers some relief with a fragrant eucalyptus rub that takes just moments to make. He meets expert growers and turns St John's Wort in to a skin balm for cuts and wounds, and creates a delicious looking frozen granita from willow bark to help alleviate pain. Read More

 
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9:30 AM

Kansas City, Houston and North Carolina are locked in a BBQ Battle to the death. Secret sauces, wood pits, slow smokers ... there's no end to how to prepare your ribs, "burnt ends," and brisket. Don't watch if you don't want to get dirty!Read More

10:00 AM

Bobby Flay creates a brunch menu that honors classic Southern dishes and flavors. He's making Deconstructed Roasted Tomato Grits and Shrimp With Sauteed Baby Mustard Greens and Bacon "Confit" as well as some Streusel Topped Baked Peaches with a sweet Sorghum drizzle on top. And you won't believe his larger than life punch bowl of Hibiscus Tea Sangria!Read More

10:30 AM

Reconnect with your tasty childhood favorites! Updated for your grown-up palate, this playful menu of Catfish Sticks, Wheely Good Pasta and Cheese and Strawberry Applesauce will satisfy the young and young at heart. Don't forget to bring crayons and games to the table!Read More

11:00 AM

The LCI freshmen slice and dice their way through a pressure-filled knife skills exam and then test their abilities at making sauce. Tiffany's conflict with Chef Wes turns into an all-out war that threatens her future at the school. Jared takes on a culinary challenge that forces him to confront his disabilities. Ben considers a major change when he struggles to pay for school.Read More

11:30 AM

Fran and Sal visit some of the most successful women in pizza. Starting with a tasty Spicy Jerk Chicken Pizza at Amici's Pizza in Michigan run by Jennifer Stark and Maureen McNamara. Then in Portland, Oregon, the Minnick sisters share their Salted Cod Pizza from Lovely's Fifty Fifty with Sal and Fran. And the cousins head to Philadelphia, where two mini-moguls, Valerie Safran and Marcie Turner, share a taste of their Guanciale and Truffled Farm Egg Pizza that has helped them take over an entire city block.Read More

12:00 PM

There's nothing like a surprising and unexpected dessert to bring out the kid in you. Kelsey visits Tonnie of Tonnie's Minis in Harlem, to unearth the secret to his cupcake surprise -- a custom cupcake bar; where any combination of cake and frosting goes. Nothing is off limits! Inspired, Kelsey heads back home to get started on a couple of unexpected desserts of her own: A fabulous Ice Cream Birthday Cake, a dry ice Root Beer Float, and Carrot Cookies With Orange Buttercream Frosting.Read More

12:30 PM

Laura prepares a French-African inspired dinner for friends with bright Minty Couscous; savoury Salt Cod Beignets; Chicken Tagine with Olives and Preserved Lemons; exotic Marinated Vegetable Salad; and to finish, a spongy Orange Almond Cake.Read More

1:00 PM

At the end of a long day, cooking can seem just like another exhausting chore. So, Nigella shares those simple foods you can face cooking on those days when you just hav to hit the kitchen running. Mozzarella en curtoza is the ultimate TV Dinner. It's quick to make, and you can eat it with your hands. Nigella also shares her Chicken Chorizo and Cannelloni beans with Kale recipe. And for dessert Nigella makes Vanilla Ice Cream with Toasted Pine Nuts and warm Honey.Read More

1:30 PM

It's 4 am. Do you know where your cooking show host is? At the last moment, Rocco invites his friends over for a night on the town. He's offered to make some quick and simple food before hitting the club and perhaps an even quicker meal afterwards. Save some room for breakfast, nightlife in Florence doesn't end when the sun comes up.Read More

2:00 PM

If you've got a family the last thing you want is to eat kid food every night of the week. Today, Giada will show you how to make delicious recipes that kids and adults can enjoy together.Read More

2:30 PM

Giada's going to show you some delicious entrees using only the freshest ingredient, proving that dinner can be quick and easy without having to come from a box or a can. On the menu: Chicken Scallopine With Saffron Cream Sauce, Warm Vegetable Salad, Crostini Alla Romana and Espresso Chocolate Mousse With Orange Mascarpone Whipped Cream.Read More

3:00 PM

Challenger Linton Hopkins challenges Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto to an elegant battle. Will Iron Chef Morimoto's artistry win over Chef Hopkins' flavor? Tune in to see whose cuisine will reign supreme!Read More

4:00 PM

Chef Alex Stupak enters Kitchen Stadium to challenge Iron Chef Cat Cora in a deliciously sinful Chocolate Battle. Will Chef Stupak's creativity bring him victory, or will Iron Chef Cora capture the win? Tune in to see whose cuisine reigns supreme.Read More

5:00 PM

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli from New York's "Butter" restaurant enters Kitchen Stadium to challenge Cat Cora to the ultimate produce battle. Will Iron Chef Cora roast the competition, or will Chef Guarnaschelli walk away victorious? Tune in to see whose cuisine reigns supreme.Read More

6:00 PM

First up the Fukuburger truck in Las Vegas, Nev., fuses Japanese flare and flavor with the all American Hamburger to produce culturally, culinary classics. We then fly over to the Soul Patrol truck in Honolulu for some Southern fried chicken. Big Wheel Provisions in Orlando, Fla., is next where they are serving gourmet delights for everyday folk such as beef heart skewers and deviled eggs with roasted peppers. Last up is a stop for some Wafels & Dinges in Brooklyn featuring the King of Waffels.Read More

6:30 PM

Nigel Spence grew up in Jamaica. When he moved to the US he brought with him his love of Jamaican cooking and his talent for creating amazing Jerk food, including a mouthwatering Jerk Ribeye Steak. Nigel interned briefly at the Food Network on shows like Bobby Flay's "Hot off the Grill" before opening the Ripe Restaurant & Bar in Mt. Vernon, New York, just north of the Big Apple. It wasn't long before Ripe was packed with hungry customers, and his Jerk Ribeye reigned supreme. Now Nigel thinks he's starring in a new Food Network show called "Melting Pot Masters." Little does he know that the chef he once worked for is going to crash his backyard barbeque and challenge him to a Jerk Ribeye Throwdown! Does the Iron Chef know how to work the Jerk, or will his former student become the master?Read More

7:00 PM

The meals are hand-held at these hotspots, but the unique flavors are the big attraction. Authentic Mexican cuisine pioneer Rick Bayless celebrates Mexico's most beloved street food and snacks, while two brothers bring decadent Italian toasts to one of New York's hippest neighborhoods. ATop Chef winner turns traditional eastern-european cuisine on its head with inspirations from his own Scottish-Israeli heritage. And a former fine dining chef feeds the need for cheese on the streets of LA - one gourmet grilled cheese sandwich at a time. Read More

7:30 PM

Hang onto your sweetie as host Marc Summers whispers some sweet nothings about sugar. The sweet and sour gummi worms at Ferrara Pan Candy Company, the oldest rock candy company in the U.S., Stacy's delicious cinnamon and sugar pita chips. The secret behind C & H brown sugar and meet Tanea Storm, a woman whose sugary house is Kanea's Candyland. Finally, learn about Pure Fun Organic Cotton Candy!Read More

8:00 PM

Doris, 88, is from Peabody, Mass., but her food is unmistakably Portuguese. Doris doesn't censor herself and has Mo in stitches as she teaches him roast pork, Portuguese donuts and a few nifty dance steps.Read More

8:30 PM

Mo Rocca meets retired teacher and Fishkill, N.Y., resident Mary Gray and her three dearest friends -- Lillian, Frances and Estelle. The four widows lean on each other for everything and they love to laugh, so family and friends dub them "The Golden Girls." Mary was born in America, but she is of Polish decent, so she teaches Mo how to make multiple varieties of scrumptious pierogi -- some are savory and filled with sauerkraut or meat and some are sweet and filled with blueberries. The episode may or may not end with a polka.Read More

 
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9:00 PM

Bobby Deen takes a trip to Sweet and Sara, where he learns how to make healthy homemade Graham Crackers for his Dark Chocolate and Banana S'mores, using whole wheat flour, no butter, and less sugar. Then, sweets expert and Bobby's buddy, Julia Baker, comes over to get dessert crazy with Cherry-Chocolate Affogato and Upside Down Pineapple Parfaits.Read More

9:30 PM

Bobby Deen learns about the finest, heart healthy dark chocolate in New York at Mariebelle and the chocolatier even shows him how to make a tangy Raspberry Coulis to add tons of flavor to his dessert without the fat! Then, Bobby's friend Seton Rossini swings by to help Bobby tackle his Dark Molten Lava Cakes. Sounds like it's going to be an eruption of fun! Plus, Maya's No-Sugar-Added Bar and Shrimp Stuffed Sweet Potatoes.Read More

10:00 PM

Donut-makers Dan from Brooklyn, Shannon from Washington and Amanda from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Land of the Rising Sun" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.Read More

10:30 PM

Fritz Knipschildt is a Master Chocolatier who creates cocoa confections combining the very best of savory and sweet flavors, stimulating all the senses. He's also got a knack for creating beautiful chocolate sculptures. Widely regarded as one of the top Chocolatiers in the country, he has been asked by the Food Network to teach a chocolate class to culinary students at Long Island City High School. What he doesn't know is that Bobby Flay has been honing his own chocolate chops to throw down the ultimate Chocolate challenge - bon bon against bon bon, sculpture against sculpture. It will be up to our Chocolate aficionados to decide who has the best eye for design and the sweetest tooth!Read More

11:00 PM

Chef DeChellis challenges Iron Chef Bobby Flay to a battle of immense proportions. Will Iron Chef Flay dutiful uphold his title, or will he feel the depression of defeat? Tune in to find out whose cuisine reigns supreme.Read More

12:00 AM

Doris, 88, is from Peabody, Mass., but her food is unmistakably Portuguese. Doris doesn't censor herself and has Mo in stitches as she teaches him roast pork, Portuguese donuts and a few nifty dance steps.Read More

12:30 AM

Mo Rocca meets retired teacher and Fishkill, N.Y., resident Mary Gray and her three dearest friends -- Lillian, Frances and Estelle. The four widows lean on each other for everything and they love to laugh, so family and friends dub them "The Golden Girls." Mary was born in America, but she is of Polish decent, so she teaches Mo how to make multiple varieties of scrumptious pierogi -- some are savory and filled with sauerkraut or meat and some are sweet and filled with blueberries. The episode may or may not end with a polka.Read More

 
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RECIPES FROM THIS EPISODE:

1:00 AM

Bobby Deen takes a trip to Sweet and Sara, where he learns how to make healthy homemade Graham Crackers for his Dark Chocolate and Banana S'mores, using whole wheat flour, no butter, and less sugar. Then, sweets expert and Bobby's buddy, Julia Baker, comes over to get dessert crazy with Cherry-Chocolate Affogato and Upside Down Pineapple Parfaits.Read More

1:30 AM

Bobby Deen learns about the finest, heart healthy dark chocolate in New York at Mariebelle and the chocolatier even shows him how to make a tangy Raspberry Coulis to add tons of flavor to his dessert without the fat! Then, Bobby's friend Seton Rossini swings by to help Bobby tackle his Dark Molten Lava Cakes. Sounds like it's going to be an eruption of fun! Plus, Maya's No-Sugar-Added Bar and Shrimp Stuffed Sweet Potatoes.Read More

2:00 AM

Donut-makers Dan from Brooklyn, Shannon from Washington and Amanda from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Land of the Rising Sun" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.Read More

2:30 AM

Fritz Knipschildt is a Master Chocolatier who creates cocoa confections combining the very best of savory and sweet flavors, stimulating all the senses. He's also got a knack for creating beautiful chocolate sculptures. Widely regarded as one of the top Chocolatiers in the country, he has been asked by the Food Network to teach a chocolate class to culinary students at Long Island City High School. What he doesn't know is that Bobby Flay has been honing his own chocolate chops to throw down the ultimate Chocolate challenge - bon bon against bon bon, sculpture against sculpture. It will be up to our Chocolate aficionados to decide who has the best eye for design and the sweetest tooth!Read More

3:00 AM

Chef DeChellis challenges Iron Chef Bobby Flay to a battle of immense proportions. Will Iron Chef Flay dutiful uphold his title, or will he feel the depression of defeat? Tune in to find out whose cuisine reigns supreme.Read More

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