Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Good Eats: Turn on the Dark

Join host Alton Brown for an hour long special revealing the secret power of dark chocolate.Read More

8:00 AM

Everyday Italian

First Time Dinner Party

Giada's got simple, sure-fire recipes that will be easy to whip up in the kitchen: Linguine with chicken ragu. Endive and Frisee Salad with Blood Oranges and Hazelnuts. An Italian egg soup. And Macerated Berries with Sweet Mascarpone Cream.Read More

8:30 AM

Everyday Italian

Cakes, cookies and ice cream! Giada is going to give three of her favorite desserts an Italian makeover.Read More

9:00 AM

Extra Virgin

Meatopia!

It's early afternoon at the Mazar/Corcos home and Gabriele is grilling a bisteca Fiorentina for Debi. Beside the thick cut steak, he's making grilled endive and radicchio, with gorgonzola and sage-infused olive oil, and roasted sunchokes with salsa verde. It is super Tuscan all the way and tastes fantastic. Gabriele is buttering Debi up because he wants to do a big cooking event called Meatopia. Over two thousand people attend so it will be a lot of work but she agrees. Unfortunately, the night of the event, Debi's got a red carpet affair that she must attend - she'll get to Meatopia, but late. At the meat-lovers fair Gabriele is going nuts trying to pull the whole thing together. He's got a truck with a brick oven on the back for making pizzas, on top of which he's going to place rosemary, parsley, baby arugula, lemon zest and his meat - carpaccio. To do all of that for so many people is virtually impossible but thankfully Debi shows up at the last minute and they are able to make it happen. The crowd loves their dish! Success!Read More

9:30 AM

Extra Virgin

Up On Arthur

Gabriele is fascinated by all of the American food that is marketed as Italian, like a massive ham and salami sandwich that Robert brings home, which bears no similarity to any food Gabriele knows from his home country. But Gabriele is convinced that not all Italian-American food has strayed so far from it's roots and Robert offers to take him and Debi up to Arthur Avenue, the epicenter of Italian culture in New York, for some research. They make traditional pasta with a third generation pasta maker, mozzarella with a second generation deli man, they get homemade Italian salami from the local pork store, they play bocce and the visit the garden of a beautiful Italian grandma who hardly speaks any English at all. But what Gabriele really takes away from his fun-filled day is that Italian-American food is really it's own cuisine, neither completely Italian nor completely American is can be a wonderful amalgam of the two. And in honor of that concept, Gabriele makes his version of baked ziti, a beautiful cake of pasta with mozzarella, pork and red sauce, wrapped in slices of eggplant. He also makes a fresh green salad and, for dessert, cannoli with orange liquor and orange zest. Viva Americano!Read More

10:00 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

10:30 AM

Drop 5 Lbs with Good Housekeeping

Be Sweet to Your Waistline

Give your sweet tooth some love without derailing your healthy lifestyle. Melissa d' Arabian bakes up an Apple Oat Crisp that's warm and comforting, plus Whole Grain Ginger Snaps that are a little spicy, a little chewy, and 100 percent guilt free! Aarti Sequeira heads to an ice cream shop for a few scoops of advice on how to enjoy ice cream sensibly, then joins Samantha Cassetty in the Good Housekeeping Research Institute to get the unsugar-coated truth on the variety of sweeteners out there today.Read More

11:00 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

Just Desserts

Bobby Deen begins his culinary quest to lighten up his mom's meals starting with just desserts. He is tackling two of Paula's most famous dishes - Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding and Chocolate Mousse Pie. Bobby's whipping up a Fresh Fruit Bread Pudding and Frozen Chocolate Pie. He's cutting the fat and calories in these decadent desserts but keeping all of the flavor.Read More

11:30 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

Can't Take the South out of the Man

Bobby puts a unique spin of two of his mom's signature dishes - Shrimp & Grits and Fried Apple Pies. He's replacing the grits with a lighter, flavorful polenta and taking the "fry" right out of the apple pies.Read More

12:00 PM

Easy Chinese

Exploring Chinese-American Classics

Ching explores American's favorite Chinese food and how it differs from the Chinese cuisine found in China.Read More

12:30 PM

Grow Your Own Drugs

Petals

In this episode, James focuses on petals, turning chamomile in to a luxurious bath milk and honeysuckle and jasmine in to soothing jellies for sore throats. Members of the public are impressed by his ear drops made from mullein flowers, while James puts his money where his mouth is and bravely tries out his own rose petal leg waxing treatment. He shows us how to make a chamomile seat and sniffs out the most fragrant rose varieties. His recipes are simple to follow and cheap to make, and might just soothe your symptoms if you're in need of help.Read More

1:00 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Chocolate Lovers Delight

Chocoholics beware as Bobby puts together a decadent and dangerously good brunch based entirely around chocolate! Poached Eggs in a mouth-watering 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. Yum.Read More

1:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Brunch That Does a Body Good

As a chef constantly surrounded by food, it's important for Bobby to keep healthy options in mind ... even when it comes to brunch! Bobby's fitness-minded menu is filled with some of his favorite ingredients. He starts with Homemade Mango-Agave Granola With Greek Yogurt. Bobby pairs his favorite fruit with a light and simple dressing for his Grapefruit Salad With Honey-Mint Dressing. A NYC brunch staple, Smoked Salmon is on the menu, served on Seven Grain Bread With Tomato, Honey Mustard and Dill. And when Bobby wants to drink something delicious and nutritious, he blends together his one of a kind Coconut Water Smoothie. It's a brunch that does a body good!Read More

2:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Lean and Mean

Who knows better about eating healthy all year round than an NFL player? That is why Kelsey is getting Lean and Mean with Jets' superstar center Nick Mangold. Nick prepares one of his favorite comfort meals with a healthy twist and provides tricks and tips that could have you cooking healthy 365 days a year. Back in her kitchen, Kelsey tackles her own slimming recipes versions -- a Bison Chili, Roasted Beet and Orange Salad with Creamy Goat Cheese Dressing and a Mean Green Smoothie.Read More

2:30 PM

Little Paris Kitchen: Cooking with Rachel Khoo

Oyster Shucking

In this enticing episode, Rachel serves the lightest of desserts - iles flottantes - where delicately poached meringues drift on the creamiest vanilla custard. She samples exquisite Normandy oysters at a stall offering five succulent varieties, then prepares gourmet garnishes with a Parisian chef. Finally, Rachel visits one of Paris's finest street markets and encounters Joel Thiebault, the French "King of Vegetables." Joel sells to the world's top chefs and today Rachel is looking for succulent beetroot for her superb lentil and goat's cheese salad.Read More

3:00 PM

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Lee Anne Wong has a lifelong passion for exploring, learning and savoring Asian food. Sometimes a simple craving for a bowl of noodles is all the motivation she needs to hit the town and search for delicious eats. In this one hour special, Lee Anne goes on a food crawl for the best dumplings and noodles New York has to offer. Her eating tour takes her to the historic Chinatowns in Manhattan and Queens, as well as the up and coming food neighborhoods in Williamsburg and Park Slope. Lee Anne visits legendary Vanessa's Dumplings where the choices for dumplings are high and the prices are low. It's a fun lesson filled with a lot of laughs while learning how to make hand-torn noodles at Biang! in Flushing, Queens. At Williamsburg's Smorgasburg, Lee Anne indulges at two innovative food stalls for the best cold Chinese sesame noodles and mazeman which is cold Japanese ramen noodles. This delicious food crawl features families who have made culinary marks, as well as the next generation of inspired cooks who continue to celebrate Asian cuisine.Read More

4:00 PM

Eat Street

Mobile Meals

In Atlanta, Georgia we visit the Mobile Marlay truck for some classic Fish and Chips, Irish style, they also make a mean Beef Wellington. We then take a trip to Orange County to feast at a vegan vehicle; the Seabirds truck serves up succulent jackfruit tacos and has a tasty deep-fried mango for dessert, this truck makes going without meat a real treat. Then for the true carnivores we stop in Nashville, Tennessee where we sample some smoking southern barbecue at Smoke et Al. Lastly, we get our just deserts in Portland where we stuff our pie holes with tasty little deserts from the Pie Spot such as peanut butter and chocolate, whipped banana cream, and flamb?ed marshmallow.Read More

 
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4:30 PM

Eat Street

Lip Smackin' Delights

Jen and Outlaw's Fish Fry, a mobile truck serving Alabama style crawfish in the heart of Brooklyn, New York add a little bit of southern hospitality into all their dishes including Catfish Po'boy and Deep Fried Pickles. Next up is Riffs truck out of Nashville, Tennessee serving up Caribbean cuisine to suit all tastes. Irvine, California is where we then find ourselves experiencing Asian and Latin infused Tacos from the Dos Chinos truck which is itself a feast for the eyes. Finally we stop off in Denver and go nuts for donuts at the Sugar Lips truck with dinky delights topped with treats such as cherries & chocolate, lemon ginger or even bacon bits & jalapeno jam.Read More

5:00 PM

Unique Eats

Chocolate

Give in to your chocolate cravings at these hotspots that make everything you could ever desire in chocolate! From gourmet confections like chocolate fleur de sel toffee, nostalgic baked treats like whoopie pies, outrageous hand formed chocolate salamis, and chocolate sea salt crostatas. These handmade chocolate treats will tantalize your tastebuds. Read More

 
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5:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Sweet and Sticky

Sweet, sticky, ooey gooey. It's everything you want in a sweet, delectable dessert. We take a tour from the east coast to the west coast, tasting our way through unique caramel bread puddings, ooey gooey sticky buns, mini bites of caramelized goodness and old fashioned candy like you?ve never seen before.Read More

6:30 PM

Hook, Line & Dinner

Colorado

Ben heads to the beautiful Colorado Rockies and gets back to nature on a fly fishing adventure with Chef Kelly Liken where he not only fishes, but herds cattle and prepares fish by fire. He strips down fly fishing and makes it accessible to everyone. Ben also embraces the idea of surf and turf.Read More

7:00 PM

Extra Virgin

Dog days of Dolores

It's been a tough year for Debi. She's sold her home of 15 years and her beloved poodle, Dolores died. In honor of Dolores she's decided to host a fundraiser for a dog charity event in her new home inviting Kathy Griffin and other friends to have their photos taken with their beloved pets.Read More

7:30 PM

Taste in Translation

Date Night

American sweethearts rely on candles, dinner, and soft music to create the perfect date night. But what about the rest of the world? In this episode, we're traveling around the globe to look at the world's favorite date night dishes and how they create the right mood! From savoring romantic small bites from Spain at El Quinto Pino, to saying "je t'aime" with authentic chocolate from an acclaimed French chocolatier! We'll also head down to Jamaica at Nigel Spence's Ripe for a unique stew with a very special ingredient, and a drink proven to be an aphrodisiac. Thai chef Hong Thaimee of Ngam will show us the favorite steamy date night dish in Thailand. Plus America's oven baked favorite is perfect for sharing with the one you love and playing footsie under the table, and we've got a table at an impossible-to-get reservation to share it!Read More

8:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Sweet Crafters

We meet some of America's most imaginative food crafters who are churning out sweet treats. Nashville's Olive & Sinclair makes artisanal chocolates and brittles with a Southern twist. Suck it Sweets & Treats creates cool popsicles and frozen desserts on a stick. It's all about having choices at Cool Haus where customers get to create their own ice cream sandwich combinations. At Culture, fresh and frozen yogurt desserts step into the spotlight.Read More

8:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Chocolate

If a love for chocolate can be described as a religion, we have found the ultimate places of worship that claim devotion to little else. Atop the shrine to this beloved ingredient sits a collection of playful chocolate confections, a chocolate-doused brownie sundae, a molten chocolate tart unlike any you've ever seen, and a chocolate cake that's known as the best in the world.Read More

9:00 PM

Unique Sweets

After School Favorites

Cupcakes, brownies, toaster pastries, ice creams and chocolates -- there's nothing like that sweet treat to snack on when school gets out. These after school favorites are breaking all of the traditional the rules, and winning.Read More

9:30 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

10:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Breakfast Sweets

Of bakeries and brunches from the Pacific Northwest to New York City, we've found the best reasons to roll out of bed in the morning. Think outside the toaster and try a warm slice of brioche sweetened with almond paste and homemade almond syrup, a hand-forged donut, a towering stack of peanut-butter filled chocolate waffles, or a coffee cake made just for you (with a single-drip artisan coffee brew to match).Read More

10:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Cravings

We discover unique versions of the most sought after sweets. Chocolates that have no chocolate, brownies and cookies baked in together in perfect harmony, ice cream that's literally farm to cone, and mini pancakes like you've never seen before. It's what you crave, only better.Read More

11:00 PM

Dinner Impossible

Camp Cook-off: Robert vs. Guy

Chef Robert competes against special guest chef, Guy Fieri in Camp Chen-a-Wanda's first annual "Camp Cook-off". Going head to head (or dish to dish) making some of the campers' favorite dishes is only part of the challenge. Competing for kitchens (one indoor, one outdoor) as well as sous chef, Big George and David Britton with classic camp activities (tug-o-war and a silly relay race) with his team of four campers is a fun start to the day. Fighting rain and heat and each other-- Robert and Guy compete like rabid teenagers for the title of Champion!! Can Chef Robert complete this challenge and "beat" Guy Fieri or will it be Dinner Impossible?Read More

12:00 AM

Unique Sweets

Sweet Crafters

We meet some of America's most imaginative food crafters who are churning out sweet treats. Nashville's Olive & Sinclair makes artisanal chocolates and brittles with a Southern twist. Suck it Sweets & Treats creates cool popsicles and frozen desserts on a stick. It's all about having choices at Cool Haus where customers get to create their own ice cream sandwich combinations. At Culture, fresh and frozen yogurt desserts step into the spotlight.Read More

12:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Chocolate

If a love for chocolate can be described as a religion, we have found the ultimate places of worship that claim devotion to little else. Atop the shrine to this beloved ingredient sits a collection of playful chocolate confections, a chocolate-doused brownie sundae, a molten chocolate tart unlike any you've ever seen, and a chocolate cake that's known as the best in the world.Read More

1:00 AM

Unique Sweets

After School Favorites

Cupcakes, brownies, toaster pastries, ice creams and chocolates -- there's nothing like that sweet treat to snack on when school gets out. These after school favorites are breaking all of the traditional the rules, and winning.Read More

1:30 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

2:00 AM

Unique Sweets

Breakfast Sweets

Of bakeries and brunches from the Pacific Northwest to New York City, we've found the best reasons to roll out of bed in the morning. Think outside the toaster and try a warm slice of brioche sweetened with almond paste and homemade almond syrup, a hand-forged donut, a towering stack of peanut-butter filled chocolate waffles, or a coffee cake made just for you (with a single-drip artisan coffee brew to match).Read More

2:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Cravings

We discover unique versions of the most sought after sweets. Chocolates that have no chocolate, brownies and cookies baked in together in perfect harmony, ice cream that's literally farm to cone, and mini pancakes like you've never seen before. It's what you crave, only better.Read More

3:00 AM

Dinner Impossible

Camp Cook-off: Robert vs. Guy

Chef Robert competes against special guest chef, Guy Fieri in Camp Chen-a-Wanda's first annual "Camp Cook-off". Going head to head (or dish to dish) making some of the campers' favorite dishes is only part of the challenge. Competing for kitchens (one indoor, one outdoor) as well as sous chef, Big George and David Britton with classic camp activities (tug-o-war and a silly relay race) with his team of four campers is a fun start to the day. Fighting rain and heat and each other-- Robert and Guy compete like rabid teenagers for the title of Champion!! Can Chef Robert complete this challenge and "beat" Guy Fieri or will it be Dinner Impossible?Read More

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