Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Iron Chef America Countdown

Kitchen Stadium Extravagance

From exotic to breathtaking, the most extravagant Secret Ingredients and lavish dishes are divulged.Read More

7:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Small Bites

Need a nibble of something sweet? Take a bite of sticky, stacked baklava and creative candies from Queens and Brooklyn, or a tiny taste of decadence with twisted French classics in Chicago or upscale Farmer's Market fare in San Francisco. These treats may be tiny, but are huge on flavor.Read More

8:00 AM

Alex's Day Off

Lunch with Friends

Alex loves cooking for her friends. She makes one of her favorite dishes from the restaurant - a pan-fried pesto pizza with mozzarella and parmesan. Alex serves the pizza with a colorful bibb radish salad topped with bacon dressing. For appetizers, Alex serves beer battered shrimp wrapped in basil and topped with just the right hint of salt. She'll toast with her friends over a chilled apple cider drink with sparkling Cava wine. Read More

9:00 AM

Viva Daisy!

Hen Party

Daisy's "Posse" of friends is coming over for dinner so she's planning a meal that sizzles as much as they do. The party starts with delicious garlicky Chorizo Stuffed Mushrooms, a fabulous Pan Seared Halibut served on a bed of Smoky Roasted Peppers, and a gorgeous, fragrant, yellow rice-inspired Orzo with Jamon. To top it off - a bubbly Cava Sangria with fresh berries. Cue the salsa music, baby!Read More

9:30 AM

Home Cooking Made Easy

Comfort

First up is a fabulous dinner, and Lorraine thinks that after a hard day nothing beats Five-Spice Baked Ribs with a Sticky Honey Sesame Sauce. Next it's time for Lorraine's store cupboard standbys, her favourite ingredients that transform any dish from drab to fab. Pasta has made it onto the comfort menu with Lorraine's Easy Home-Made Cracked Black Pepper Pasta which is fantastic with a simple Creamy Pancetta, Mushrooms and Parmesan Sauce made from standby ingredients. Cosy Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Chilli and Ginger is the next comforting treat Then it's two chocolate treats - Chocolate Marshmallow Brown Sugar Fudge and Peppermint Creams Sugar Rush. Read More

10:00 AM

Spice Goddess

Indian Brunch

Inspired by the flavours of India, Bal Arneson creates a brunch menu that is simply delightful with soft Mozzarella Gobi Koftas and cool Sweet Potato Raita; Elegant Egg Curry; refreshing Mango and Baby Tomato Salad; and a fruity Mango Lassi.Read More

11:00 AM

Chuck's Day Off

The Bread Guy

"Bread. It's the first thing on everyone's table and the only thing that's free... Bread is a small thing that I think makes a big difference when I'm eating at a restaurant. And it's something that I don't have time to make here. Our bread guy is a real artist. His day starts when ours ends, and he drops off fresh bread every morning before we even get here... We're like two ships in the night or whatever... So today, with the restaurant closed, I can work around his schedule. So he's coming down for an early dinner."Read More

11:30 AM

Brunch at Bobby's

Vermont Bed & Breakfast Style

Bobby Flay loves to recreate his favorite vacation meals and this menu is no exception. For his Vermont Bed and Breakfast menu he's making Black Pepper Popovers Filled With Vermont Cheddar and Herb Scrambled Eggs and Maple-Mustard Glazed Canadian Bacon. And as if that's not enough to get you out of bed, he's also making Baked Apples with Oatmeal and Yogurt and mixing up an Old Vermont Cocktail.Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

My Trip to France

Kelsey Nixon shares some essential cooking tips she discovered while in France as she makes Seared Duck Breast With Fig Sauce, Haricots Verts Almondine and Apple Tarte Tatin.Read More

12:30 PM

French Food at Home

Summer Buffet

For a perfect buffet style summer meal Laura Calder prepares delicious Hot Pernod Mussels; a magnificent Poached Trout with Mascarpone Lemon Cream; a healthy Pea, Fava, and Asparagus Tumble; and a spongy Angel Cake topped with Fresh Berries.Read More

1:00 PM

Nigella Kitchen

Kitchen Comforts

Nigella's idea of a perfect break is a weekend culinary staycation in the kitchen. For Friday night supper with a friend there's Scallops with Thai Scented pea puree and for Sunday lunch the ultimate comfort meal of meatloaf, baked potatoes and divine blue cheese dressing. Followed by strawberry and almond crumble - so comforting there's not even any need to chew.Read More

1:30 PM

David Rocco's Dolce Vita

Weekend in Chianti

Rocco takes Nina on a weekend getaway in Chianti, just 20 minutes outside of Florence. The agriturismo of choice is renown for it's historic villas mixed with edgy contemporary art. Inspired by the art and the abundance of fresh olive oil and wine made right at the estate, Rocco creates a few dishes in their open-air kitchen that is true to the Chianti region.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

My Family's Favorites

Today Giada's getting together with her family to reminisce and recreate some of her family's favorite recipes. A simple pasta with greens and black pepper, jumbo shrimp coated in a summery pesto, and a family specialty: fluffy, baked spinach strata, plus a divine Italian Cheesecake for dessert. Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Spicy Comfort

Today, Giada is stirring a pot of Spicy Bean Soup, baking up a tray of Spicy Italian Corn Bread and making a mug of Spicy Mocha that's topped with an espresso cocoa whipped cream. She'll pack this up for a picnic on the beach with her husband.Read More

3:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Brunch Americain

Chef Bobby Flay gives makeovers to some of his favorite All-American dishes. First up, it's dessert for brunch with Bobby's Carrot Cake Pancakes With a Maple-Cream Cheese Drizzle and Toasted Pecans, followed by a Harlem classic -- Wild Rice Waffles and Fried Chicken With a Pink Peppercorn and Honey Sauce. He tops off this American-inspired brunch with a Strawberry Shortcake Shake topped with a Homemade Biscuit Crumble.Read More

4:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Hot Dogs

Pink's Hot Dogs has been a Hollywood Legend since 1939 when Paul and Betty Pink started selling hot dogs from a second hand pushcart for only 10 cents a pop. Now owned by Paul and Betty's children, Richard and Beverly, along with Richard's wife Gloria, Pink's has become the Mecca of the all-American hot dog, with people lining up around the block waiting to get their hands on a made to order Pink's masterpiece. On this episode, Richard, Beverly and Gloria have been told that Food Network is filming a 4th of July special called "Dog Days of Summer," they have no idea that while they serve their juicy dogs to a hungry lunch crowd, Bobby Flay will pull up with his own Hot Dog cart to challenge them to a Throwdown that is all about flavor and speed. Will Bobby's Nacho Dog be able to steal the spotlight from Pink's signature Chili Cheese Dog? Tune in to see who will reign Top Dog.Read More

4:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Sticky Buns

Joanne Chang is not your average baker. With a degree in applied mathematics from Harvard University, she is the brain behind the famous "Sticky Sticky Buns" of Flour Bakery in Boston. Because of her expert sweet tooth and Ivy-League intellect, she's been told she's starring in a special called "The Science of Sweets". What she doesn't know is that there is an unexpected X-Factor: Bobby Flay is showing up to challenge her to a sticky-bun Throwdown. Will the Iron Chef get schooled by this bun-baking genius, or can Bobby's sticky buns add up to number one?Read More

5:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Meatballs

Every good Italian claims their grandmother made the best meatballs and Mike Maroni, owner of Maroni Cuisine in Northport, New York, is no exception. For the last six years Mike has been serving up the 100-year old recipe to please modern palates, blending family secrets and cutting edge twists to create the perfect meatball. Mike thinks he has been selected to host a dinner for the Food Network's new show called, "The Family Table." What he doesn't know is that an extra plate is being set for Bobby Flay! Will Bobby's Meatballs have what it takes to bring down a century of tradition, or will Mike's Meatballs continue to stand the test of time? It's up to our judges to decide in this Throwdown.Read More

5:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Hot Browns

For some, the revered Kentucky Derby season brings to mind horses and hats. But for food lovers, it's also a chance to indulge in the region's famous dish, the Hot Brown - an open-faced turkey sandwich smothered in a rich cheese sauce and topped with crisp bacon strips. The Hot Brown was created during the roaring 20's at Louisville's Brown Hotel. Over eighty years later, John and Joe Castro have become the go-to chefs in Louisville for anyone who wants to indulge in this classic dish. The Castro Brothers think they have been tapped to serve up their Hot Browns at a pre-Kentucky Derby party for the Food Network's new special, "Triple Crown Cravings". They have no idea that Bobby Flay will be showing up to crash their party and challenge them to a Hot Brown Throwdown! Bobby's betting his egg-battered bread and apple smoked bacon can out run the Castro's Texas-toast and hickory smoked bacon, but it's anyone's race! Two surprise judges will decide who will win and who will place.Read More

 
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6:00 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

6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Muffaletta

New Orleans, Louisiana is the home of Muffaletta - a sandwich made with Italian meats, cheeses, and a special olive salad - and no place delivers the Muffaletta better than Serio's Deli. Owners Jack and Mike Serio are now ready to present their three-generations-old recipe to Food Network, for what they think is a TV special on deli sandwiches called "Order Up!" Little do they know that a Throwdown is on the menu, and Bobby Flay is working on a Muffaletta of his own. Will the Serio brothers distinguish themselves as Muffaletta Masters, or will the Iron Chef give them a hard time in the Big Easy? It's a Mardi-Gras atmosphere for the ultimate sandwich showdown!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

Cake Walk

Host Marc Summers dons his oven mitts as we bake up cake stories as fast as we can. First, Maggie Moo's and their ice cream cupcakes. Then Kings Cupboard put their treasured molten lava cake in a box. Cake Artist Kathy Jacobs designs the perfect cake online and Cafe Glace shows that ice cream cakes aren't only for kids. We get the secret behind The Original Pancake House's huge pancakes. Plus, The Makery in Denver shows you how to make beautiful cakes and they clean up after you!Read More

8:00 PM

Eat St.

Yum-Yum

Rosa Bella Cucina in Burbank is first on our plate serving up a variety of Italian deli delights. Then all bets are off in Vegas as we sample the best Dim Sum at the Tasty Bunz truck. Next we feature Cupcakes in Orlando at the Yum Yum truck, whose name says it all. Finally, we treat ourselves to some fantastic fish tacos in Hawaii at Camille's on Wheels.Read More

8:30 PM

Eat St.

Global Gastronomy

Season three's first port of call is Cleveland, Ohio to meet the Dim and Den Sum truck for some tasty Asian American comfort food. Hot on the heels is a visit to a secret back alley in Calgary, Canada for ultimate urban delights at Alley Burger. Then the Eat St. truck treks across the Atlantic to visit London, England for a spicy Indian mouthful at a cart called Everybody Love Love Jhal Muri Express. And finally, we speed on over to Tampa, Florida to the Wicked 'Witches truck who definitely know what side their bread's buttered on.Read More

9:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Austin

With a saying like "Keep Austin Weird," G dives head first into the young and hip local food scene to see what makes it special and you can't visit Austin without going to a food truck. Not only does G visit one, but he gets put to work! Iowa natives Jeremy and Angela have brought over a middle-American treasure, the fried pork tenderloin sandwich to Austin at their truck named Tenderland. G learns how to fry up the big-as-your-face pork and serves it with pickles and a bun to hungry customers. They may keep it simple, but he will find it's tough work! G makes a pit stop at Hoover's Soular Food Trailer. Hoover Alexander was born and raised in Austin and received great review after opening his soul food restaurant. Today he devotes his time and attention to a new take on his beloved roots by dishing up raw and healthy versions of southern favorites. His collard green wrap is a great example- filled with a fresh black eyed pea salad and raw peppers, G is both surprised and impressed with this fresh take on comfort food. Daniel Northcutt of Frank opens his doors to G and they start out the day with a fresh morning cocktail. Tara the bartender shares with G "The Red-Headed Stranger," the restaurant's take on a bloody Mary. Bacon and peppers give this drink its kick. Next G works with the head chef Jody Chancey on a seasonal creation, the jackalope. This particular sausage is a mix of jack rabbit and antelope- Frank tries to always have a quirky option. G learns the process of preparing and casing it. Later that night Frank comes alive with a rock show.Read More

9:30 PM

Dinner Impossible

Late for the Luau

Chef Robert is given his challenge oceanside and told that he will have to create a luau for 150 people including resort guests and Hawaii natives. Renowned Hawaiian chef Sam Choi will give him a lesson in luau food and Robert will have to create multiple dishes with the food and equipment provided and work with some special local help. Can Robert speed up Hawaiian Time or is this Dinner: Impossible?Read More

10:00 PM

Restaurant Stakeout

Oh, Brother

Willie Degel travels to Willy Parker's restaurant in Williston Park, N.Y., and discovers that the biggest problems are the owners, who are brothers. Their feuding and bickering is dragging Willy Parker's down. If Willie's stakeout can't solve the problems, the brothers' dream of restaurant success as well as their life's savings will be lost forever.Read More

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

Batali vs. Carmellini

Chef Andrew Carmellini enters Kitchen Stadium to challenge Iron Chef Batali to a culinary showdown only the Chairman could bring you. With these two top chefs going head to head whose cuisine will reign supreme?!Read More

12:00 AM

Eat St.

Yum-Yum

Rosa Bella Cucina in Burbank is first on our plate serving up a variety of Italian deli delights. Then all bets are off in Vegas as we sample the best Dim Sum at the Tasty Bunz truck. Next we feature Cupcakes in Orlando at the Yum Yum truck, whose name says it all. Finally, we treat ourselves to some fantastic fish tacos in Hawaii at Camille's on Wheels.Read More

12:30 AM

Eat St.

Global Gastronomy

Season three's first port of call is Cleveland, Ohio to meet the Dim and Den Sum truck for some tasty Asian American comfort food. Hot on the heels is a visit to a secret back alley in Calgary, Canada for ultimate urban delights at Alley Burger. Then the Eat St. truck treks across the Atlantic to visit London, England for a spicy Indian mouthful at a cart called Everybody Love Love Jhal Muri Express. And finally, we speed on over to Tampa, Florida to the Wicked 'Witches truck who definitely know what side their bread's buttered on.Read More

1:00 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Austin

With a saying like "Keep Austin Weird," G dives head first into the young and hip local food scene to see what makes it special and you can't visit Austin without going to a food truck. Not only does G visit one, but he gets put to work! Iowa natives Jeremy and Angela have brought over a middle-American treasure, the fried pork tenderloin sandwich to Austin at their truck named Tenderland. G learns how to fry up the big-as-your-face pork and serves it with pickles and a bun to hungry customers. They may keep it simple, but he will find it's tough work! G makes a pit stop at Hoover's Soular Food Trailer. Hoover Alexander was born and raised in Austin and received great review after opening his soul food restaurant. Today he devotes his time and attention to a new take on his beloved roots by dishing up raw and healthy versions of southern favorites. His collard green wrap is a great example- filled with a fresh black eyed pea salad and raw peppers, G is both surprised and impressed with this fresh take on comfort food. Daniel Northcutt of Frank opens his doors to G and they start out the day with a fresh morning cocktail. Tara the bartender shares with G "The Red-Headed Stranger," the restaurant's take on a bloody Mary. Bacon and peppers give this drink its kick. Next G works with the head chef Jody Chancey on a seasonal creation, the jackalope. This particular sausage is a mix of jack rabbit and antelope- Frank tries to always have a quirky option. G learns the process of preparing and casing it. Later that night Frank comes alive with a rock show.Read More

1:30 AM

Dinner Impossible

Late for the Luau

Chef Robert is given his challenge oceanside and told that he will have to create a luau for 150 people including resort guests and Hawaii natives. Renowned Hawaiian chef Sam Choi will give him a lesson in luau food and Robert will have to create multiple dishes with the food and equipment provided and work with some special local help. Can Robert speed up Hawaiian Time or is this Dinner: Impossible?Read More

2:00 AM

Restaurant Stakeout

Oh, Brother

Willie Degel travels to Willy Parker's restaurant in Williston Park, N.Y., and discovers that the biggest problems are the owners, who are brothers. Their feuding and bickering is dragging Willy Parker's down. If Willie's stakeout can't solve the problems, the brothers' dream of restaurant success as well as their life's savings will be lost forever.Read More

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

Batali vs. Carmellini

Chef Andrew Carmellini enters Kitchen Stadium to challenge Iron Chef Batali to a culinary showdown only the Chairman could bring you. With these two top chefs going head to head whose cuisine will reign supreme?!Read More

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