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7:00 AM

Sweet memories of the most elaborate, show-stopping, and delicious desserts created in Kitchen Stadium.Read More

7:30 AM

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

8:00 AM

This time around Alex makes a meal that is truly an American classic. Light meat, dark meat, and wings are slathered in way too much barbecue sauce. Once the chicken is baked in the oven, Alex adds even more sauce and broils it for a little caramelized crunch. Then Alex shows us how to make the perfect baked potato salad. Yukon Golds are baked, not boiled, then mixed with tangy red wine vinegar, mustard, capers, and chunky gherkins. For that classic American dessert a fresh blueberry pie; Alex adds a last-minute orange syrup that fills all the nooks and crannies and gives the pie a magical gloss. Read More

9:00 AM

Daisy's son Marc is in the kitchen for a private cooking lesson. The pineapple-chile condiment "Vinagre" makes everything taste brighter, as in the lively yet comforting Pork Chops Vinagre. Daisy's fail proof white rice pilaf with mushrooms, onion, and red bell pepper completes both the lesson and dinner.Read More

10:00 AM

Bal Arneson treats herself to a few of her favorite foods - simple seared Salmon with Greens and Cumin Dressing; smooth Macaroni and Cheese; Indian-Style smoky Spiced Grilled Vegetables; and crunchy Fried Plantain Chips.Read More

10:30 AM

Some of the best Tex-Mex street food happens right in your own kitchen when Sunny whips up her Huevos Rancheros With Homemade Black Bean Puree, Mexican Street Corn and Homemade Churros with a hint of lime. Read More

11:00 AM

Chuck's repair guys worked overtime to keep the restaurant going during the week, so Chuck spends his day off cooking a thank you meal for them.Read More

11:30 AM

In Richmond, G. meets with Chef Walter of Lemaire at the Jefferson Hotel for his take on the fried green tomato and Comfort restaurant, where Chef Jason shares his techniques on prepairing braised pork and sides. In nearby Glen Allen, Va., G. experiences a day in the life at Lavender Fields farm with owner Nicole before preparing a simple and summery skirt steak salad.Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey reveals the basics of roasting so you can let your oven do the work for you! She'll show you how with a tender Chicken roasted in lemon, garlic and thyme, and Roasted Beets served with a tangy vinaigrette and goat cheese. You can even roast fruit -- sizzling Plums and Apricots served over Rich Vanilla Ice Cream. Turn on the oven, prepare your roasts, then kick back until it's done!Read More

12:30 PM

Laura shows how stocking your pantry with just a few French staples, dishes like tangy Chicken in Vinegar; Mustard Pork; Fish topped with Tapenade; Beef Tenderloin topped with classic Remoulade Sauce; and Frenchy Popcorn can come together easily, any day of the week.Read More

1:00 PM

There are some flavours Nigella really can't live without. Lemon really does play the starring role in lemon polenta cake a teatime treat or dinner party dessert. Garlic is deliciously sweet and caramelised her one pot wonder, Chicken with 40 cloves garlic. And chorizo and chick pea stew is a full-on flavorsome feast thrown together to enormous effect from a pantry and fridge forage.Read More

 
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1:30 PM

What's more comforting on a chilly day than a bowl of soup? David makes simple but hearty soups using mostly inexpensive cupboard staples with a few seasonal vegetables thrown in.Read More

2:00 PM

Today Giada's recreating the most innovative Italian-American dishes she has sampled on her culinary tours across the country. Featuring the simple recipes with bold flavors of fettucine with a Cinnamon-Pancetta Carbonara; Arugula Salad dolloped with Fried Gorgonzola Cheese; Amaretto Chocolate Chip Cookie Sandwiches; Amaretto Ice Cream Floats.Read More

2:30 PM

Today, Giada's taking chocolate from simple to sublime with some of her personal favorites. An Italian Hot Fudge Sundae, baked Ricotta and Chocolate-Hazelnut Calzones, a Dark Chocolate Cream treat that's out of this world and deep fried Chocolate-Hazelnut Ravioli for the kid in all of us.Read More

3:00 PM

Bobby Flay's in the mood for a French Countryside-style brunch picnic. First up, a Tomato Tart drizzled with an fresh herbaceous oil, Orange French Yogurt Cake With a Marmalade Glaze, Home Fries cooked in duck fat, and Hard Boiled Eggs with Olive Tapenade. And to drink, he's packing a refreshing, homemade pitcher of Citronnade a la Menthe, a light mint lemonade.Read More

3:30 PM

When Bobby's daughter Sophie has a sleepover, dad's in the kitchen cooking up brunch for everyone! This fun and tasty menu starts with an Apple Pie Oatmeal With Bruleed Crust. Next up for Sophie and friends is Ham, Egg and Cheese toasted to perfection on English Muffins. Bobby's Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast Waffles will have you wondering if you're eating Waffles or French Toast ... but either way, it's delicious! And as a special, Strawberry Pina Coladas -- they may not have alcohol, but they've got plenty of tasty fruity flavor!Read More

4:00 PM

With her boisterous personality, warm smile and delicious Soul Food, Delilah Winder is a local legend in Philadelphia. And when her Mac-n-Cheese was voted best in the nation on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Delilah was dubbed America's Mac-n-Cheese queen. Delilah thinks the Food Network is throwing her a cookbook release party, but she doesn't know that Bobby Flay is a surprise VIP guest ready to challenge her to a Mac-n-Cheese Throwdown. Of course, there's only one Big Cheese in this game!Read More

4:30 PM

Mat Arnfield has been flipping fish and chopping potatoes since he was a kid in his father's chip shop in Northern England. Today he fries up his critically acclaimed Fish and Chips at A Salt And Battery in New York City, and customers are utterly hooked on his special recipe. Mat thinks Food Network has asked him to show off his culinary skills for a hungry crowd at Chelsea Brewing Company. But just as the beers are poured and the fish get frying, Bobby Flay appears and challenges Mat to a surprise Fish and Chips Throwdown! Can Bobby's recipe compete against Mat's time-honored tradition. It's sink or swim, as Yanks and Brits alike judge this ultimate battle for the batter, and a challenge for the chip.Read More

5:00 PM

Jaime Martin Del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu are living the California Dream with their restaurant, La Casita Mexicana. They serve authentic Mexican food and are on a mission to revive precious recipes that have been passed down to them from their ancestors. Their specialty is the Chile Relleno -- a stuffed and fried Poblano Pepper, served with a mouth-watering tomato sauce. Jaime and Ramiro think the Food Network is in town for a series on family food traditions from around the world. Little do they know that their lesson on home cooking is just a cooked up disguise for a Throwdown with Bobby Flay! Will their renowned, authentic Chile Relleno recipe be bold enough to beat Bobby's alternative take on tradition? Watch and find out!Read More

5:30 PM

Nothing's better than ice cream on a hot summer day and Jeff Sommers of Izzy's Ice Cream has cornered the market on everyone's favorite frozen treat. Creator of the Izzy's Scoop, a little sample-sized scoop of on top of each order, Jeff loves to give out samples and more importantly, lots of smiles. With a shop completely run on solar power, Izzy's experiments with great flavors, from their top-rated vanilla, to the more outrageous Red Zinfandel. Bobby Flay loves ice cream more than anything else, and is always looking something new, and is looking forward to showing off his frozen creations to Jeff's loyal customers, in hopes of tasting sweet victory.Read More

6:00 PM

Feed Your Hole is a deli truck that is part band tour bus and part bomber air plane, serving up old school BBQ recipes out of East Manhattan. Next we hitch a ride to The Biscuit Bus in Denver, for some home cooked Southern goodness like their best selling Franklin Biscuit filled with fried chicken, bacon, cheese and sausage gravy. Brooklyn also gets a visit from the Eat Street team to get a sugar fix from the Treats Truck where everyone gets their just desserts! Finally we drive to Nashville to chow down at The Grilled Cheeserie which emphasises the use of locally sourced ingredients.Read More

6:30 PM

In New York City, Junior's is a name synonymous with Cheesecake. This famed Brooklyn restaurant, opened by Harry Rosen in 1950, is now in the hands of his grandson, Alan. Alan has stuck to his grandfather's original recipe while expanding the cheesecake menu with creative combinations and modern flavors. Alan thinks that his cheesecake chops have landed him on the Food Network, and he's really excited to show off his creativity and his new Junior's location in the heart of Times Square. Of course, he has no clue that Bobby Flay will be part of the festivities. Will Bobby be able to turn the tide on 57 years of cheesecake dominance, or will Alan show why he's the big cheese? It's a big-time bake-off with a sweet finish, on this Cheesecake Throwdown.Read More

7:00 PM

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

7:30 PM

Today we're biting into the indulgent sweet treats of delectable delights. See how peanut brittle is made, sample a petit four with four legs, and visit a dessert company baking for the entire country. Next, learn the trick to stacking up baklava and get in line for a ticket to the Chocolate Show. Then treat yourself to a slice of special key lime cake.Read More

8:00 PM

First up, Eat St rides into Miami, Fla., to get our Mojo on the Go, a big eats truck from the Bayou serving up a gator tail basket, curry peanut frog legs and a mean smoked brisket sandwich. Next we hop on over to Las Vegas, Nev., for some sumptuous sliders from the Sliding Thru truck, where two hipsters reign supreme with tasty items like their Pulled Porky and a Pep Pep. Then we park up at Sanguchon in San Francisco, for some five-star Peruvian cuisine sampling pollo a la brasa and lomo saltado. Finally we high tail it to Phoenix, where the Hey Joe truck is bringing an arsenal of traditional Filipino cuisine to the streets firing off dishes such as sizzling pork sisig, deep fried pork belly and even a unique fertilized duck egg.Read More

8:30 PM

In Washington, D.C., we set our sights on DD Pies who are offering savory and sweet pies that'll make you wish your belly really was as big as your eyes. Then we're trucking on up to Fries and Dolls in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where they're serving up tasty curbside treats named after female icons including The Farrah, Pamela Poutine and The Daisy Duke. Next up is a family affair at Papa Perrone's in New York, whose owner has brought his mama's traditional Sicilian recipes to the street. Last but not least we drive to Tampa Bay to La Guaguita truck to feast of fine Puerto Rican food.Read More

9:00 PM

G. discovers the hard work and versatility from farm-to-table cooking. At Royal Oak Peanuts, G. goes through the farm before sharing a peanut-inspired breakfast with owner Stephanie Pope. Coon Rock Farm supplies restaurants throughout Raleigh with organic produce and G. helps pick greens to prepare later at Chef Sarig's restaurant, Zely and Ritz.Read More

10:00 PM

After Nico, owner of Capo's, hears complaints that his brother/manager is acting inappropriately with guests, he sends in Charles to investigate. The Mystery Diners go undercover and discover a bigger problem with a disgruntled waiter who is stealing money and supplies from the restaurant.Read More

10:30 PM

After noticing unusually low sales during the graveyard shift, Janaya, general manager of Putter's Bar & Grill, contacts Charles for help. The Mystery Diners go undercover as customers and discover that the overnight bartender is running his own bar out of Putter's called "the Junkyard."Read More

11:00 PM

The heat is on in Kitchen Stadium as Chef Peter Kelly challenges Iron Chef Bobby Flay to a grilling extravaganza! Will Chef Kelly be able to win over the judges with his grilled dishes, or will Iron Chef Flay's specialty earn him a win? See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

12:00 AM

First up, Eat St rides into Miami, Fla., to get our Mojo on the Go, a big eats truck from the Bayou serving up a gator tail basket, curry peanut frog legs and a mean smoked brisket sandwich. Next we hop on over to Las Vegas, Nev., for some sumptuous sliders from the Sliding Thru truck, where two hipsters reign supreme with tasty items like their Pulled Porky and a Pep Pep. Then we park up at Sanguchon in San Francisco, for some five-star Peruvian cuisine sampling pollo a la brasa and lomo saltado. Finally we high tail it to Phoenix, where the Hey Joe truck is bringing an arsenal of traditional Filipino cuisine to the streets firing off dishes such as sizzling pork sisig, deep fried pork belly and even a unique fertilized duck egg.Read More

12:30 AM

In Washington, D.C., we set our sights on DD Pies who are offering savory and sweet pies that'll make you wish your belly really was as big as your eyes. Then we're trucking on up to Fries and Dolls in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where they're serving up tasty curbside treats named after female icons including The Farrah, Pamela Poutine and The Daisy Duke. Next up is a family affair at Papa Perrone's in New York, whose owner has brought his mama's traditional Sicilian recipes to the street. Last but not least we drive to Tampa Bay to La Guaguita truck to feast of fine Puerto Rican food.Read More

1:00 AM

G. discovers the hard work and versatility from farm-to-table cooking. At Royal Oak Peanuts, G. goes through the farm before sharing a peanut-inspired breakfast with owner Stephanie Pope. Coon Rock Farm supplies restaurants throughout Raleigh with organic produce and G. helps pick greens to prepare later at Chef Sarig's restaurant, Zely and Ritz.Read More

2:00 AM

After Nico, owner of Capo's, hears complaints that his brother/manager is acting inappropriately with guests, he sends in Charles to investigate. The Mystery Diners go undercover and discover a bigger problem with a disgruntled waiter who is stealing money and supplies from the restaurant.Read More

2:30 AM

After noticing unusually low sales during the graveyard shift, Janaya, general manager of Putter's Bar & Grill, contacts Charles for help. The Mystery Diners go undercover as customers and discover that the overnight bartender is running his own bar out of Putter's called "the Junkyard."Read More

3:00 AM

The heat is on in Kitchen Stadium as Chef Peter Kelly challenges Iron Chef Bobby Flay to a grilling extravaganza! Will Chef Kelly be able to win over the judges with his grilled dishes, or will Iron Chef Flay's specialty earn him a win? See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

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