Program Guide Daily

7:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Cakes

We're returning the favor and celebrating cakes in every form, flavor and size. Take a slice of inspired, traditional French cakes from New York City, over-the-top masterpieces from a San Francisco mainstay, Seattle's best delicate and exotic coffee cakes or out-of-the-box cupcakes. Cakes never deserved their pedestal more.Read More

8:00 AM

Pitchin' In

Goat's Cheese

The scenery in British Columbia's Fraser Valley blows Chef Lynn away, but she's over the moon when she tastes the local artisanal goat cheese. She needs to know how it's produced - from start to finish - and is put to work milking and feeding goats.Read More

8:30 AM

Hungry Girl

Fill 'Er Up

For everyone who enjoys stuffing their face, this episode highlights food that fills your appetite the smart way. Hungry Girl reports from the supermarket to reveal her top super-filling snacks and ways to bulk up dishes with tasty fillers. Dishes include her famous Hungry Chick Chunky Soup, Chop-chop Beef Stir-fry Ginormous and Sweet-tart Fruit Salad, which are all guaranteed to keep you filled up for hours. And, as a special treat, Lisa tries to fill the appetite of the number one competitive eater in the world, Joey Chestnut!Read More

9:00 AM

Drop 5 Lbs with Good Housekeeping

Say Yes to Pasta

Pasta lovers, rejoice! Drop 5 and keep your carbs. Melissa d'Arabian makes Linguine With Carrot Turkey Ragu, Pasta Primavera and quick and easy Soba Noodles With Shrimp, Snow Peas and Carrots. Samantha Cassetty explains how whole grains can help you lose weight and helps you navigate the pasta aisle. Aarti Sequeira shows what typically goes into a pasta dish at a local restaurant.Read More

9:30 AM

The Big Cheese

Grilled Cheese

It is one of the country's favorite homemade fast foods. Jason Sobocinski makes it at home too, and on his Cheese Truck in New Haven, Conn. But a revolution in grilled cheese sandwiches is sweeping the nation and Jason wants to be at the cutting edge. In Wisconsin he tries a classic Swiss-Alpine; in California there is more of a contemporary twist with seafood, Naan bread and Fromage Frais. But which does Jason think is best?Read More

10:00 AM

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

10:30 AM

Cooking for Real

Irish Eyes Smiling

Take a trip to the Emerald Isle with Sunny and her Irish friend Fiona. Apple jelly from scratch does double duty as a glaze and condiment for Sunny's juicy lamb chops. One bite of those, with braised fennel and an Irish cream-spiked dessert, and you'll be smiling, too!Read More

11:00 AM

Food(ography)

Hot & Spicy

Few foodies are more dedicated than those who belong to the heat-seeking cult called the Spiceheads! Learn exactly what makes those habanero peppers so much hotter than the rest, discover the hottest wings in NYC, and snack on some crunchy Korean kimchee at Good Fork. Aaron Sanchez will take us south of the border, and Joey Campanaro will serve up a spicy Italian peasant dish made with lobster. Later we'll imbibe in a cocktail called the Sangrita that heats you up while it cools you down. There's even room for a spicy dessert with Pichet Ong. You'll want to keep a glass of milk - but not water - close at hand.Read More

11:30 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Gaetano Varbero - Eating Outdoors

Ninety-one-year-old Gaetano is determined to make a rugged outdoorsman out of Mo Rocca. Gaetano has recently hunted and eaten moose, bear, elk, varmint, but today he cooks up a stick-to-your-ribs venison stew like the ones he often prepares in the wild. No need to peel veggies when cooking in the great outdoors, this is "manly food." During the episode Gaetano teaches Mo how to shoot a rifle at a range and also teaches him various unusual Moose calls. The episode ends with a large, outdoor party in Gaetano's backyard.Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Classic Steak with a Twist

Knowing how to cook different cuts of beef is an essential technique for any home cook. Today, Kelsey is taking three cuts of steak and cooking them three different ways. First, Kelsey pan sears a Filet and tops it with a Porcini Mushroom Marsala Sauce made from the filet's pan drippings. Then she marinates a Flank Steak in a tangy blend of garlic mustard and brown sugar and broils it for a fresh Salad mixed With champagne grapes, bitter greens and blue cheese. Finally, she grills Skirt Steak and slathers it in a Pomegranate Glaze for fun and feisty Fajitas!Read More

12:30 PM

Spice Goddess

Garden Recipes

Inspired by fresh garden ingredients, Bal Arneson makes a warm, Traditional Vegetable Curry; crunchy Zucchini and Onion Koftas; a bright, Summer Tomato Soup recipe; and a cool Cucumber Salad with Fresh Coconut.Read More

1:00 PM

Nigella Bites

Fast Food

Nigella Lawson shares her tips for quick and satisfying meals with recipes for lemon linguine, salmon and mushy peas and griddled chicken with herbed spiked yogurt and couscous. Plus a rich chocolate pudding for dessert.Read More

1:30 PM

Extra Virgin

Jetlaggin' in Italy

Debi, Gabriele and their daughters have just arrived at their home in Italy. Everyone is exhausted from jetlag and the stress of travel. All Debi and the girls want is to relax but Gabriele has invited friends and family over for dinner so there's no time. Instead they pick apricots off their own trees, which they will grill for an appetizer, and head to a local goat farm to buy two delicious cheeses to go with them. They make homemade ice cream for dessert and harvest cherries for a compote to ladle over the sweet treat. Then, to top it all off, Gabriele builds a fire in the heat of the day to make pasta alla Norma with grilled eggplant and Debi makes a salad with green radicchio and a lemon and olive oil dressing. It's wonderful to see their loved ones after being away from Italy for so long and the food is a big hit. In the end, the fact that they pushed themselves to stay up is probably a good thing because now, after all their hard work, and with bellies full of Gabriele's delicious Tuscan food, they will all sleep like babies.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

From the Fish Festival of Saint Fortunato celebrated in the beautiful fishing village of Camogli to their famed salami, Genoa has a host delicacies that sum up the very best of Italian cuisine. Today Giada brings you beautiful dishes inspired by this very special Italian province.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Giada demonstrates some easy and impressive ways to make weeknight cocktails a glamorous treat.Read More

3:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Newseum: Museum Mayhem

The Newseum is Washington's newest museum that chronicles history through the eyes of journalists, photographers and news media. For this mission Robert has to prepare a newsworthy meal in eight hours for 300 people based on four major food events in American history: early Thanksgiving, WWI food shortages, the invention of TV dinners and the 1961 publication of Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." Along with food historian Francine Segan, and the Newseums' Emily Nicholson, Robert must create a historical menu spanning all of those diverse eras.Read More

4:30 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

5:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

NBA

Robert's on an All-Star mission to cook for the NBA All Star Weekend Cares and Cooks fundraising event. With 2,000 fans awaiting the outcome, Robert has just ten hours to create a thematic menu inspired by five teams/cites from the Western Conference and five teams/cities from the Eastern Conference. Can Robert beat the buzzer on his All Star mission, or will this be Dinner: Impossible?Read More

6:00 PM

Eat St.

French Fry Extravaganza

This episode begins at the Frysmith Truck in Los Angeles where viewers get a heaping serving of crispy Belgian style fries with toppings like kimchi with Kurobuta pork belly and cheddar cheese. Then it is off to Portland, Oregon to visit Creme de la Creme - a mobile converted school bus, serving classic French cuisine, such as escargot and French onion tart, baked fresh inside the bus. Things sweeten up at the Sugar Philly Truck in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where classic desserts like creme brulee are served to the university student crowd. The final stop is at Fusion Taco in Houston, Texas where customers get a worldly helping of ethnically inspired tacos including Korean-Mexican, Indian-Mexican and Middle Eastern-Mexican.Read More

 
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6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Arroz con Pollo

La Fonda Boricua is New York City's best known Puerto Rican restaurant, and it's head cook, Jorge Ayala, keeps customers coming back with his Arroz con Pollo - chicken and rice. Jorge thinks he's been tapped by Food Network to show off his Arroz con Pollo in a show about Latin culture and cuisine. He has no clue that he and his dish have been targeted by Bobby Flay for a Throwdown. Will Jorge salsa his way to victory, or will Bobby show off a few of his own moves? It's a Throwdown in Spanish Harlem. Read More

 
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7:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Classic Twists

We discover classics desserts that have been pushed into uncharted territory. Pies and cakes turned into cookies, ice cream made from goat's milk, salt water taffy that stretches the rules, and pies that are renowned - and served raw.Read More

7:30 PM

Unwrapped

Sweet & Salty

Have a craving for something sweet and a little salty? Join us as host Marc Summers discovers treats with the best of both worlds. With trips to the Snicker's factory, Fran's Chocolates and Caramels, the Immaculate Baking Company, Jeni's Ice Cream, Snyder's Pretzels plus Wolfgang Candy's White Chocolate Pretzel Clusters.Read More

8:00 PM

Eat St.

Pig on the Street

First up, we trot on down to Vancouver, British Columbia, to the Pig on the Street truck for all things pork related. Sandwich specials include the Southern Piggy with housemade bourbon barbeque sauce and roasted peppers and corn and the Porker with Goat Gouda cheese and apple and sage sausage. Then we get a taste of Pakistan from the Rickshaw Stop in San Antonio, where locals are going crazy for their Boti Tikka Chicken kabob. Next, we are in Miami, Fla., for Cuban cuisine at the Cuban Cube truck sampling a Shrimp Ceviche served in a Fried Plantain Bowl, and a Garlic Flank Steak Sandwich with Fresh Pico De Gallo and Cilantro Mayonnaise. Lastly, we're in Austin, Texas, at the Ice Cream Social bus to try their supersized sundae, The Bajillionaire featuring eight kinds of ice cream and enough toppings to fill a freezer.Read More

8:30 PM

Eat St.

Aloha, Portland

First up, we say "Aloha" to the 808 Grinds truck in Portland, Ore., for some delicious Hawaiian food. Serving up Loco Moco, Fried Chicken and Spam Musabi, it's like a vacation for your taste buds. Then we race over to Indianapolis to the Scratch truck where everything is made from Scratch like their Grilled Cheese featuring red wine braised short rib, caramelized onions and arugula. Next, we hot foot it over to Houston, Texas, to the St John's Fire truck for some smokin' good fish dishes like a Shrimp Corn Dog and Seafood Martini with marinated veggies, fresh shrimp and crawfish. Finally, we ride into Louisville, Ky., to Mozza Pi to experience the best wood fired, artisan pizzas off the back of a truck from the coolest guy in cowboy hat. Good enough for at least two yee-haas.Read More

9:00 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

9:30 PM

Eat St.

Gut Busting Brunch

At the Brunch Box, a stationary cart in Portland, Oregon, outrageous items line the menu, like the Redonkadonk, a massive burger all dressed with a fried egg, spam, ham, turkey and bacon stuffed between two grilled cheese sandwiches. Nothing screams innovative dessert like curry coconut flakes or crushed wasabi peas over soft-serve ice cream from the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck in New York City. Their specialty is the Salty Pimp - vanilla soft serve ice cream drizzled with dulce de leche, sprinkled with rock salt, and dipped in melted chocolate! Next stop is Sauca, a mobile food truck in Washington, D.C. with world-fare cuisine served in flatbread. Dishes include Bombay-style butter chicken and Buffalo chicken served, of course, with your choice of specialty house-made sauces. In Seattle, Washington, Where Ya At mobile truck serves dishes New Orleans style with chicken and Andouille sausage gumbo - all created and served by charismatic New Orleans-expat, Chef Matthew Lewis. Read More

10:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Motor City Meals

Everybody loves a comeback story, and Detroit has one of the best. The city that gave us Motown and muscle cars also has people with grit, pride and food traditions they stick with through thick and thin. To find them, Chuck Hughes follows Michigan Avenue to Slow's Bar-B-Q where Chef Brian Perrone pairs smoked St. Louis ribs with potato salad. At Hygrade Deli, Stuart Litt teaches Chuck about the art of meat with a triple-decker roast beef sandwich, aka the "Packing House." At La Pita, Chef Hassan Hamid introduces Chuck to Lebanese home cooking with a dish called Melokhieh, made with Egyptian mallow leaves. Then, he hitches a ride with Brenda Matthews who distributes fresh produce throughout city neighborhoods by way of a mobile market called Peaches and Greens. Finally, Chuck cooks up a Motown classic -- a grilled bologna sandwich with a "smosh" of potato chips -- with Chef Ariel Millan at Mercury Burger Bar.Read More

10:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Rocky Mountain Meals

Nowadays, Aspen is famous for being a swanky winter hangout, but it was built by miners, ranchers and even hippies. Those folks are still here, and they eat on Hopkins Avenue. A snowball's throw from the slopes, rodeo rider turned chef Kathleen Crook serves Chuck a massive 30-ounce steak with a big rib-bone handle called the Tomahawk. At Ute City, so named for the original Ute Indians of the region, chef Rob McLanahan shows Chuck how to grill duck a la plancha. After stopping in at Sarah Helsley's Cheese Shop, Chuck indulges in fondue, the ultimate post-ski meal. Chuck finds dessert at Creperie du Village, a cozy eatery where chef Jason DeBacker makes a sweet crepe with a jaw-breaking German name: the Schokoladepalatschinke. Try saying that with your mouth full.Read More

11:00 PM

Unique Eats

Reinvention

We all love classic dishes but they are all the more special when thoughtful chefs rethink and reinvent them into something completely new and unique. The Wakin' and Bakin' Brunch at Miami's Eating House has something new and interesting for both savory and sweet lovers. Lucy's Fried Chicken in Austin spruces up the traditional fried chicken dinner with lots of creative fixings and sides. Josh's Deli in Surfside Florida brings the traditional Jewish deli to a whole new level, reinventing the ubiquitous matzoh ball into gnocchi. And Easy Tiger in Austin combines an artisanal bakery with a beer hall.Read More

11:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Chicago Sweet Spots

Spend a weekend exploring all that Chicago has to offer. Salted Caramel challenges the idea of what makes for a sweet treat with their confections and frozen treats. Lovely Bakeshop is serving a little bit of southern comfort with homey breakfast pastries. Southport Grocery and Cafe experiments with the best ingredients to create inventive brunch treats. And a small but focused menu at Waffles makes for exciting flavor combinations. Read More

12:00 AM

Eat St.

Pig on the Street

First up, we trot on down to Vancouver, British Columbia, to the Pig on the Street truck for all things pork related. Sandwich specials include the Southern Piggy with housemade bourbon barbeque sauce and roasted peppers and corn and the Porker with Goat Gouda cheese and apple and sage sausage. Then we get a taste of Pakistan from the Rickshaw Stop in San Antonio, where locals are going crazy for their Boti Tikka Chicken kabob. Next, we are in Miami, Fla., for Cuban cuisine at the Cuban Cube truck sampling a Shrimp Ceviche served in a Fried Plantain Bowl, and a Garlic Flank Steak Sandwich with Fresh Pico De Gallo and Cilantro Mayonnaise. Lastly, we're in Austin, Texas, at the Ice Cream Social bus to try their supersized sundae, The Bajillionaire featuring eight kinds of ice cream and enough toppings to fill a freezer.Read More

12:30 AM

Eat St.

Aloha, Portland

First up, we say "Aloha" to the 808 Grinds truck in Portland, Ore., for some delicious Hawaiian food. Serving up Loco Moco, Fried Chicken and Spam Musabi, it's like a vacation for your taste buds. Then we race over to Indianapolis to the Scratch truck where everything is made from Scratch like their Grilled Cheese featuring red wine braised short rib, caramelized onions and arugula. Next, we hot foot it over to Houston, Texas, to the St John's Fire truck for some smokin' good fish dishes like a Shrimp Corn Dog and Seafood Martini with marinated veggies, fresh shrimp and crawfish. Finally, we ride into Louisville, Ky., to Mozza Pi to experience the best wood fired, artisan pizzas off the back of a truck from the coolest guy in cowboy hat. Good enough for at least two yee-haas.Read More

1:00 AM

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

1:30 AM

Eat St.

Gut Busting Brunch

At the Brunch Box, a stationary cart in Portland, Oregon, outrageous items line the menu, like the Redonkadonk, a massive burger all dressed with a fried egg, spam, ham, turkey and bacon stuffed between two grilled cheese sandwiches. Nothing screams innovative dessert like curry coconut flakes or crushed wasabi peas over soft-serve ice cream from the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck in New York City. Their specialty is the Salty Pimp - vanilla soft serve ice cream drizzled with dulce de leche, sprinkled with rock salt, and dipped in melted chocolate! Next stop is Sauca, a mobile food truck in Washington, D.C. with world-fare cuisine served in flatbread. Dishes include Bombay-style butter chicken and Buffalo chicken served, of course, with your choice of specialty house-made sauces. In Seattle, Washington, Where Ya At mobile truck serves dishes New Orleans style with chicken and Andouille sausage gumbo - all created and served by charismatic New Orleans-expat, Chef Matthew Lewis. Read More

2:00 AM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Motor City Meals

Everybody loves a comeback story, and Detroit has one of the best. The city that gave us Motown and muscle cars also has people with grit, pride and food traditions they stick with through thick and thin. To find them, Chuck Hughes follows Michigan Avenue to Slow's Bar-B-Q where Chef Brian Perrone pairs smoked St. Louis ribs with potato salad. At Hygrade Deli, Stuart Litt teaches Chuck about the art of meat with a triple-decker roast beef sandwich, aka the "Packing House." At La Pita, Chef Hassan Hamid introduces Chuck to Lebanese home cooking with a dish called Melokhieh, made with Egyptian mallow leaves. Then, he hitches a ride with Brenda Matthews who distributes fresh produce throughout city neighborhoods by way of a mobile market called Peaches and Greens. Finally, Chuck cooks up a Motown classic -- a grilled bologna sandwich with a "smosh" of potato chips -- with Chef Ariel Millan at Mercury Burger Bar.Read More

2:30 AM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Rocky Mountain Meals

Nowadays, Aspen is famous for being a swanky winter hangout, but it was built by miners, ranchers and even hippies. Those folks are still here, and they eat on Hopkins Avenue. A snowball's throw from the slopes, rodeo rider turned chef Kathleen Crook serves Chuck a massive 30-ounce steak with a big rib-bone handle called the Tomahawk. At Ute City, so named for the original Ute Indians of the region, chef Rob McLanahan shows Chuck how to grill duck a la plancha. After stopping in at Sarah Helsley's Cheese Shop, Chuck indulges in fondue, the ultimate post-ski meal. Chuck finds dessert at Creperie du Village, a cozy eatery where chef Jason DeBacker makes a sweet crepe with a jaw-breaking German name: the Schokoladepalatschinke. Try saying that with your mouth full.Read More

3:00 AM

Unique Eats

Reinvention

We all love classic dishes but they are all the more special when thoughtful chefs rethink and reinvent them into something completely new and unique. The Wakin' and Bakin' Brunch at Miami's Eating House has something new and interesting for both savory and sweet lovers. Lucy's Fried Chicken in Austin spruces up the traditional fried chicken dinner with lots of creative fixings and sides. Josh's Deli in Surfside Florida brings the traditional Jewish deli to a whole new level, reinventing the ubiquitous matzoh ball into gnocchi. And Easy Tiger in Austin combines an artisanal bakery with a beer hall.Read More

3:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Chicago Sweet Spots

Spend a weekend exploring all that Chicago has to offer. Salted Caramel challenges the idea of what makes for a sweet treat with their confections and frozen treats. Lovely Bakeshop is serving a little bit of southern comfort with homey breakfast pastries. Southport Grocery and Cafe experiments with the best ingredients to create inventive brunch treats. And a small but focused menu at Waffles makes for exciting flavor combinations. Read More

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