Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

The Perfect 3

Chili

The Perfect 3: Chili is a cook-off of recipes from Tyler Florence, Michael Chiarello, and Roger Mooking. Tyler Florence makes a Texas Style Chili Con Carne with marbled beef shoulder with a side of creamy corn pudding. Michael Chiarello's Chicken and White Bean Chili has a unique taste. Roger Mooking constructs a zesty ground beef Okra Chili with beer.Read More

7:30 AM

Unique Eats

Food Fantasy

Imagination roams free at these amazing dining spots, where food and fantasy meet. A pioneer chef in molecular gastronomy pushes the boundaries between food, science and art at WD-50, while culinary innovator Jose Andres offers up a collection of magical dining experiences entwined in an artistic Spanish-inspired setting at The Bazaar. And get an inside glimpse at an exclusive Hollywood speakeasy, serving "prohibition tea" and tea-inspired tastings to L.A.'s most elite eaters.Read More

 
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8:00 AM

In this episode we follow former boxing champion Laila Ali who is dedicated to educating young people, about the importance of healthy diet, whether they are future professional athletes or not. We also meet personal chef Adam Kelinson, the author of The Athlete's Plate cookbook.Read More

10:00 AM

Spice Goddess

Ladies Lunch

For a lunch with the ladies Bal Arneson presents a menu that's both beautiful and delicious with rich Banana and Cardamom Creme Brulee; stunning Prawns in an Apple Basil Curry; bold Ginger Almond Eggplant Dip; and the perfect sweet Chai Latte.Read More

11:00 AM

Symon's Suppers

Pork Tenderloin

Michael Symon shows that a crowd-pleasing meal can come together in a snap, and his secret weapon is Grilled Pork Tenderloin. Watch Michael visit his butcher to see exactly where the pork tenderloin comes from, and to purchase slab bacon for his delicious Braised Cabbage side dish. To drink, a pitcher full of refreshing Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita.Read More

11:30 AM

Drop 5 Lbs with Good Housekeeping

Fat Can Be Your Drop 5 Friend

Fight fat on your waist with fat on your plate! The Drop 5 team helps you lose weight by bringing healthy fats into your diet. Melissa d'Arabian prepares creamy Thai Style Coconut Chicken With Snow Peas and a classic, hearty Nicoise Salad. Samantha Cassetty dispels the myths about fats and helps you make the right choices, while Aarti Sequeira finds out what's so great about olive oil.Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

On the Go Grilling

Whether you're going to a game, a camping trip, or, in Kelsey's case, the roof of a building ... you need a handful of essential techniques and tips to make your On the Go Grilling flawless. Kelsey enlists the help of New York master chef Floyd Cardoz on all things grilling. Great ready to take notes on the "on the go" grilling grab bag and suggestions for the best meat, vegetables and fruit for grilling. Back in her kitchen, Kelsey preps for her own "on the go" rooftop feast. On her menu: Marinated veggie kebabs with halloumi cheese, sweet and sour picnic drumsticks, and a grilled strawberry shortcake with lemon cream.Read More

12:30 PM

Little Paris Kitchen: Cooking with Rachel Khoo

Mousse Au Chocolate

In this tasty episode Rachel puts her twist on the classic French cassoulet by transforming it into a soup and bakes a sumptuous yet unusual cake made from pistachio and goat's cheese. She takes a trip to an award-winning Parisian cheese shop and makes a daybreak visit to Rungis - the world's largest wholesale food market - to produce steak tartare for a group of demanding French butchers.Read More

1:00 PM

Forever Summer with Nigella

Green

Nigella Lawson is back and if she has her way, it will be summer forever. In this series, Nigella cooks irresistible summery recipes that can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Featuring food from around the globe, Nigella ventures out of the kitchen to give picnics, barbecues and beach food a touch of her inimitable culinary style. In each episode, Nigella's recipes reflect a different colour with some amazing and unexpected results. Read More

1:30 PM

David Rocco's Amalfi Getaway

Buon Gustaio

David travels high up the mountains to the town of Agerola for an extraordinary food adventure. His friend Franco - also known as Buon Gustaio or "man of good taste" is his tour guide. Agerola is famous for some of the best food on the coast, and still makes many dishes in the traditional artisanal way. David and Buon Gustaio visit a 200 year old bakery that still makes the region's much loved crusty bread in the original stone oven, and they visit a local butcher to taste the extraordinary handmade sausages. Buon Gustaio's tour also takes David to the mountains for a tasty sunset picnic with Agerolese shepherds, and to Buon Gustaio's home for a traditional lunch, or pranzo, featuring a hearty meat ragu made in Buon Gustaio's own kitchen.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Gooey Good Food

It's gooey and oh so good: A creamy Farmer's Pasta, Filet Mignon With Balsamic Syrup and melted Goat Cheese and for dessert, a decadent Chocolate Ricotta Pudding With Strawberry Sauce.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Giada's Secret Garden

Growing up in Rome, Gilda's family had lemon trees and fresh herbs in their garden. Giada takes that memory and makes a delicious meal inspired by her childhood Italian garden for her American friends. A delicious menu of Swordfish With Citrus Pesto, Herb Salad, Parmesan, Basil and Lemon Wafers (Frico) and Lemon-Nut Cookies bring Giada and her friends back to those carefree Italian days.Read More

3:00 PM

Eat St.

Grilled Cheese Heaven

The first stop on Eat Street is Los Angeles, to visit the traffic-stopping Grilled Cheese Truck. This popular mobile truck with an avid online following serves gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, such as the Cheesy Mac'n'Rib. Next up is Austin, Texas, to visit Izzoz Tacos, a 42 foot stationary trailer that prides itself on family tradition and using fresh ingredients. Things heat up when viewers then venture to G'Raj Mahal, an eclectic and artsy stationary trailer in Austin, Texas, that serves authentic Goan dishes from Goa, India. Eyes water as folks try the spicy Rechard Masala Shrimp dish or naan freshly baked in a tandoori oven that is built right into the trailer. The final stop is New York City for some schnitzel with an attitude at Schnitzel & Things. This mobile food truck, operated by a former Wall Street investment banker, serves authentic Austrian schnitzel platters, sandwiches and side salads.Read More

3:30 PM

Eat St.

Gut Busting Brunch

At the Brunch Box, a stationary cart in Portland, Ore., 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, 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, 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

4:00 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, Ore., 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, 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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4:30 PM

Eat St.

Pounds of Pulled Pork

Maximus Minimus is Seattle's most recognizable pig truck. This giant chrome hog-shaped van with a built in snout and sunglasses is famous for its pulled pork sandwiches. From the spicy Maximus to the sweet and tangy Minimus, devoted fans are pigging-out. The next stop is the chef-run, Feastro Rolling Bistro in the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada, where fresh local seafood such as their famous banzai prawns keep customers hooked. Later viewers check out Lucky J's mobile trailer in Austin, Texas, for Southern-style fried chicken and waffles. The last stop is at Chairman Bao in San Francisco. This technologically advanced truck serves steamed and baked Asian buns with delicate, exotic filings -- and one of the longest lunch lines in San Francisco.Read More

5:00 PM

Eat St.

Pasta With Attitude

Vito's Lotsa Pasta Truck in Hoboken, N.J., operated by a full-time police officer, has people pulling over for its build-your-own pasta dishes, cooked to order on the truck. Next, lunch customers dig in at Clover Food Lab in Boston. This mobile truck serving no-meat pita sandwiches, salads, rosemary French fries and blended fruit juices does not advertise the fact that they do not serve meat -- and customers do not mind that some of the town's best comfort food is vegetarian. Then, a trip to the World Fare BUStaurant, a mobile double-decker bus in Los Angeles satisfies lunch-goers with its South African inspired dishes. Finally, Vancouver, B.C., Canada's first mobile gourmet food truck, the Roaming Dragon, serves Pan-Asian fare with a West Coast influence. With dishes like pork belly sliders, fried rice balls, chicken kaarage and house-made lemonades, customers are following its lead.Read More

5:30 PM

Eat St.

Surf and a Slice

The Big Egg in Portland, Ore., 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's first mobile pizza truck where the servings will have you seeing doubles. Then, a trip to Hewtin's Dog in Providence 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 serves some of the most extravagant street food, in the heart of the financial district, with its pricey -- yet delicious -- lobster rolls.Read More

6:00 PM

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

6:30 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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7:00 PM

Unique Eats

Brunch

Indulge your weekend cravings at some of the most unique brunch spots from the nation's capitol, to New York, to the Pacific Northwest. Check out a do-it yourself pancake house, savor Italian versions of brunch favorites, dive into over-the-top sweets, and treat yourself to an upscale brunch you won't forget.Read More

 
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7:30 PM

Unwrapped

Shake it Up

Get ready to blend, whip and crush, because we're shaking things up with a look at shakable treats. Visit the Waring factory for a peek at building a blender, scale the World's Biggest Blizzard and find out who Mrs. Dash really is. Then see how the Smoothie was born and discover a cocktail shaker company making instant classics. Plus, get in line for a trip through a salt and pepper shaker museum.Read More

8:00 PM

Good Eats

The Egg-Files

Host Alton Brown cracks the mysterious egg case and pursues a higher understanding of the amazing ovoid's culinary powers. Land a non-stick pan, scramble, over easy, and consider eggs for dessert.Read More

8:30 PM

Good Eats

True Grits

Whether you're cooking up a mess of grits or a pot of polenta cornmeal may just be the most powerful player in the pantry. Join host Alton Brown as he battles with cultural claims, doses up some science and cranks out an upside-down cake with a twist.Read More

9:00 PM

Taste in Translation

BBQ

If you think barbecue is strictly an American tradition, think again! In many countries grilling meat is more than just a meal - it's an obsession. Ever heard about a traditional "Braai"? That's South Africa's version of a cookout, and we'll try their favorite sizzling sausages! We'll also check out Japan's number one favorite BBQ at Takashi and learn the fascinating history behind this popular grilling style, and the shocking ingredients they love! You'll be mystified by Iran's Persian palette, when chef and award winning cookbook author Louisa Shafia combines flavors like pomegranate rose to create juicy kebabs. Plus let's not forget the Argentinean family style parrillada, a mix of meat and vegetables big enough to feed everyone, and cooked on their very own original grill. And finally back home with so many favorite ways to BBQ in the USA, which takes the number one spot in our hearts: ribs, chicken, brisket? We'll find out! Read More

9:30 PM

Good Eats

Egg Files II: Man with a Flan

Alton Brown steers his continuing egg-vestigation through the world of bakedcustards from refrigerator pie (quiche) to the much misunderstood cremecaramel.Read More

 
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10:00 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, Calif., such as crispy buttermilk marinated calamari, arancini and even a foie gras 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 jalapenos and spicy tuna nachos will satisfy the most hellish of appetites.Read More

10:30 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

11:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Cora vs. Guarnaschelli

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

12:00 AM

Good Eats

The Egg-Files

Host Alton Brown cracks the mysterious egg case and pursues a higher understanding of the amazing ovoid's culinary powers. Land a non-stick pan, scramble, over easy, and consider eggs for dessert.Read More

12:30 AM

Good Eats

True Grits

Whether you're cooking up a mess of grits or a pot of polenta cornmeal may just be the most powerful player in the pantry. Join host Alton Brown as he battles with cultural claims, doses up some science and cranks out an upside-down cake with a twist.Read More

1:00 AM

Taste in Translation

BBQ

If you think barbecue is strictly an American tradition, think again! In many countries grilling meat is more than just a meal - it's an obsession. Ever heard about a traditional "Braai"? That's South Africa's version of a cookout, and we'll try their favorite sizzling sausages! We'll also check out Japan's number one favorite BBQ at Takashi and learn the fascinating history behind this popular grilling style, and the shocking ingredients they love! You'll be mystified by Iran's Persian palette, when chef and award winning cookbook author Louisa Shafia combines flavors like pomegranate rose to create juicy kebabs. Plus let's not forget the Argentinean family style parrillada, a mix of meat and vegetables big enough to feed everyone, and cooked on their very own original grill. And finally back home with so many favorite ways to BBQ in the USA, which takes the number one spot in our hearts: ribs, chicken, brisket? We'll find out! Read More

1:30 AM

Good Eats

Egg Files II: Man with a Flan

Alton Brown steers his continuing egg-vestigation through the world of bakedcustards from refrigerator pie (quiche) to the much misunderstood cremecaramel.Read More

 
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2:00 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, Calif., such as crispy buttermilk marinated calamari, arancini and even a foie gras 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 jalapenos and spicy tuna nachos will satisfy the most hellish of appetites.Read More

2:30 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

3:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Cora vs. Guarnaschelli

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

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