Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

United Tastes of America

Sandwiches

Looking for paradise between two slices of bread? Stop by a few of Jeffrey Saad's favorite hot spots and sandwich shops to see how this simple supper is becoming a real destination dinner.Read More

7:30 AM

Unique Eats

Hand-Held Eats

The meals are hand-held at these hotspots, but the unique flavors are the big attraction. Authentic Mexican cuisine pioneer Rick Bayless celebrates Mexico's most beloved street food and snacks, while two brothers bring decadent Italian toasts to one of New York's hippest neighborhoods. ATop Chef winner turns traditional eastern-european cuisine on its head with inspirations from his own Scottish-Israeli heritage. And a former fine dining chef feeds the need for cheese on the streets of LA - one gourmet grilled cheese sandwich at a time. Read More

9:00 AM

FoodCrafters

Grow

In this episode of FoodCrafters, host Aida Mollenkamp unearths artisans with some of the greenest thumbs out there. Head to Brooklyn to see how the freshest vegetables get brined, then travel to San Francisco to check out a farmer who is bringing back seeds that haven't seen dirt in 50 years. Plus, harvest sea vegetables from the coastal waters of Maine, and learn the secrets behind handling heirloom beans in Napa.Read More

9:30 AM

Emeril's Florida

Viva Florida

It's Viva Florida 500, Florida's celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Spanish explorers arrival on the east coast. Chef Michael Lugo of "The Tasting Room" prepares Emeril a classic Spanish meal. Emeril then travels to Pensacola, where executive chef Irv Miller of "Jackson's Steakhouse" prepares him a variety of dishes. Afterwards, in Tampa, he makes paella with Andrea Gonzmart of the "Columbia Restaurant." Finally, Emeril visits the Kennedy Space Station, and learns about the NASA Space Program from Colonel Rick Searfoss. Read More

10:00 AM

Spice Goddess

Satisfaction Feast

With a menu guaranteed to satisfy any taste, Bal Arneson makes spicy Indian-Style Gnocchi; sweet Maple Date Short Ribs and Green Beans; and rich Coconut Carrot Cake with a luxurious Spiced Mascarpone Frosting.Read More

10:30 AM

Cooking for Real

Talkin' Turkey

Breathe new life into your turkey day, whether it's Thanksgiving or if you're just giving thanks for the tasty bird and the loved ones you get to enjoy it with. Sunny's sweet Peach Savory Glaze, rich Cheesy Mushroom and Broccoli Casserole and cute Mini Pecan Pumpkin Pies will satisfy traditionalists and new-agers alike.Read More

11:00 AM

Rachael Ray's Week in a Day

Double Take

New twists on some of your favorite meals will have you doing double takes at the dinner table all week long. Pork Tenderloin Posole with a Bottom of the Bowl Nacho Surprise; Drunken Spaghetti with Hot Salami Meat Sauce; Mexican Chorizo Strata; French Onion Soup Topped French Bread Pizzas; Reuben Style Shepherd's PieRead More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Knife Skills

Kelsey reveals the secrets to great-looking, great-tasting meals -- it's all in the knives! And there's no better way to hone those knife skills than creating a perfectly chopped Cobb Salad topped with Roquefort Dressing, a fragrant French Onion Soup and a Shortcake filled with sweet, delicate Strawberries. So sharpen those knife skills and take your cooking to a whole new level.Read More

12:30 PM

French Food at Home

Frenchified

Laura Calder takes timeless dishes and adds French touches to each. Creating Turkey Paupillettes with Chestnuts and Brussels Sprouts - a holiday dinner in one pan; pureed French Mashed Potatoes; an exquisite Sardine Platter; and a fresh Blueberry Tart.Read More

1:00 PM

America's Best Bites

Seviche

America's Best Bites host Natalie Forte discovers what happens when a Chef from California marries a girl from Kentucky and opens a restaurant in Louisville! We experience how Chef Anthony Lamas' Latin-inspired flavors mingle with Southern comfort food at Seviche. We feature Empanadas, Duck and Tiradito.Read More

1:30 PM

David Rocco's Dolce Vita

The Hunt

Every fall the Tuscan Hills ring with the sound of guns as hunters track the famous cinghiale, or wild boar. This wild meat is so associated with Tuscan cooking that the area's capital Florence has a bronze statue honoring the beast in one of its major tourist markets. David goes out with a group of hunters and then prepares dishes with the meat. David also befriends his neighbors who have a gourmet men's cooking club that meets once a month to cook some macho dishes-including their own take on cinghiale that no woman in their right mind would touch.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Foods that Refuel

Giada's making a menu of hearty foods to refuel you. First is Chicken Tetrazzini and a side of Broccoli Florets With Meyer Lemon Olive Oil. And for dessert, Giada's preparing a light and festive Raspberry Almond Tart that's a breeze to make.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Italian Cookie-Swap

For her Italian Cookie Swap party, Giada will prepare some of her favorite holiday cookies. She'll bake Chocolate Citrus Biscotti and Hazelnut Chocolate Chip Cookies. For something unique, she'll deep fry flaky Venetian Carnival Fritters.Read More

3:00 PM

Extra Virgin

Bees and Booze Housewarming Party

Debi & G prepare for a housewarming part by learning to make sepciality cocktails then don Bee Keeper outfits to carve out some fresh honeycomb for recipes before coming home to host a housewarming dinner for friends.Read More

3:30 PM

Extra Virgin

Road Trip to Siena

Debi and Gabriele, their girls and "Uncle" Robert are headed to Siena to see a play that some friends are putting on and then to make their pals a congratulatory meal. Siena, although in Tuscany, is on the other side of the region, so has a totally different cuisine - but Gabriele is determined to make his friends their favorite dishes even though he's never cooked them before - it will be a challenge. As his ace in the hole, Gabriele goes to a man named Bagoga, a master of pici pasta, a hand rolled, spaghetti-like pasta that is a specialty of Siena - serving pici should give him a leg up with his mates. For the pici, Gabriele makes a simple sauce with olive oil, garlic, hot pepper and tomatoes. In addition to which he makes a lardo crustini - mashed pig fat with herbs and spices on toasted bread and Debi makes a zucchini carpaccio, with lemon, olive oil and mint. The meal is a hit and Gabriele is happy that he passed this culinary test!Read More

4:00 PM

Extra Virgin

Boys and Their Bikes

Gabriele's brother, Fabio, is about to celebrate a birthday and Gabriele and Debi want to give him a party to remember. They make a plan to ride motorcycles, something Gabriele and Fabio have loved since they were kids, and cook a meal for Fabio, with all of his favorite dishes, in the track's restaurant kitchen. While driving to the raceway, Debi and Gabriele stop to make tortalone (oversized, triangular ravioli) with an adorable old couple who are said to make some of the best. From there, it's on to the track for the celebration. The ride is very scary for Debi and her girls but it's a lot of fun for Gabriele and Fabio. But what's even better is sharing a meal of porcini mushroom crustini, the tortalone with a three-meat Bolognese sauce and profiteroles for dessert. Fabio clearly appreciates all the effort that Gabriele and Debi have gone to and the thoughtfulness of making his favorite food. Buon Compleanno - which means happy birthday in Italian.Read More

4:30 PM

Extra Virgin

The Heart of Florence

Debi and Gabriele are in Florence, by the Arno River, where they kissed for the first time eleven years ago. To celebrate what they remember fondly as the launch of their relationship, they have planned a romantic dinner at a fancy restaurant. Gabriele heads home to make sure their girls are taken care of while Debi meets Robert for lunch and a little shopping. Unfortunately, Gabriele is held up in traffic on his way back to Florence and they miss their reservation. Debi is upset but she gets over it when Gabriele offers to cook her a special meal at home to make up for his mistake. Knowing that her husband's food is better then any restaurant, no matter how fancy, Debi readily agrees. Gabriele makes risotto with speck and cantaloupe, arugula salad with grilled calamari and as a surprise, zabaglione, Italian custard over fresh fruit. While Gabriele makes the dessert, Debi heads to the bedroom to freshen up for a little after dinner fun. Gabriele brings up the dessert but just as they are about to start the second, ever sexier, phase of their evening, the girls return home - ah life! It's never quite what you want it to be. But for Debi and Gabriele, it's always delicious.Read More

5:00 PM

Extra Virgin

Welcome to Brooklyn

Debi, Gabriele and their girls have moved from Los Angeles to Brooklyn, NYC. There's tons of unpacking left to do but Debi is eager to show Gabriele her old neighborhood - hopefully he'll love it as much as she does. Getting out of the house turns out to be a great idea - they have fun learning to brew beer, they find a wonderful butcher and a fantastic corner store. While out, Debi and Gabriele buy the supplies for their first backyard barbecue and invite some new friends to join them. But, of course, this being Gabriele, the menu is ribs, sausages braised in beer and spices, potatoes grilled en cartoccio (in foil packets) and beet and pear salad with gorgonzola cheese - Super Tuscan by any standard.Read More

5:30 PM

Extra Virgin

Urban Green

No house is truly a home for Debi and Gabriele unless they can grow their own veggies and herbs. In their tiny Brooklyn backyard, Gabriele is trying to recreate a bit of the garden he has in Italy but if he's going to make it work he'll need help from some local folks who know how to make urban green. He and Debi go to Riverpark Farm to learn about creating a little garden plot in the city and then to Prospect Park with master forager Steve Brill to learn about what they can harvest in nature. Inspired by everything they see, and with some fresh ingredients they've collected, Gabriele and Debi make seared quail with a sauce from cornelian cherries and American black cherries that they gathered in the park, greens they've just picked, and polenta - it doesn't get greener than that.Read More

6:00 PM

Eat St.

Meat New Friends

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

6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Chiles Rellenos

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

7:00 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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7:30 PM

Unwrapped

Candy Cravings

Satisfy that sweet tooth and feed those cravings with a look at candy. Discover the secrets of making M&Ms, load up on goodies at the All-Candy Expo and increase the IQ with a bite of Smarties. Next, see the making of personalized handmade lollies and take some time to enjoy a classic caramel sucker. Then, see how one company is turning chocolate into a funny treat.Read More

8:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Batali vs. Trevino

Iron Chef Mario Batali takes on challenger Roberto Trevino in a battle of huge proportions! See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

9:00 PM

47-year-old Alan, who suffers from painful and embarrassing bloating, gets more than he bargained for when consultant surgeon Shaw Somers reveals the shocking news that his body is more like that of a 62-year-old and that he has Metabolic Syndrome - a whole host of life threatening conditions from high blood pressure and cholesterol to full blown Type 2 Diabetes. If he is to increase his life chances, Alan is going to have to take immediate action implementing Dietitian Lucy Jones' tailor-made food plan, or he may have no choice but to go straight onto medication. Twenty-three-year-old Dawn's life is blighted by extremely bad breath. She's self-conscious with other people and rarely gets kissed on the lips by her man. Dawn is desperate to know what foods will help her banish her halitosis forever. Meanwhile, for another young woman called Steph, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has impacted normal life for the past 13 years. Can Lucy and GP Gio Miletto's experimental plan help cure a controversial illness that has no proven causes? Joan is in her fifties and has high blood pressure - a common condition that can be fatal. People of Afro-Carribean origin, like Joan, are far more likely to suffer from high blood pressure. Joan has lost many in her family to the consequences of this condition and she's willing to do anything to avoid the same fate. In this week's 'The Truth About...' Dr Pixie McKenna talks to a top cancer expert, to find out what foods in our diets can influence cancer, both good and bad.Read More

10:30 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Stranded: Deserted Island: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine's survival skills will be tested when he washes ashore on a deserted island and must prepare a tropical feast in only four hours. Will two former Survivor castaways and two mystery crates be enough to help Robert conquer Caribbean cuisine, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?Read More

11:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Flay vs. Murphy

Chef Marc Murphy challenges Iron Chef Bobby Flay. Whose cuisine will reign supreme?Read More

12:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Batali vs. Trevino

Iron Chef Mario Batali takes on challenger Roberto Trevino in a battle of huge proportions! See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

1:00 AM

47-year-old Alan, who suffers from painful and embarrassing bloating, gets more than he bargained for when consultant surgeon Shaw Somers reveals the shocking news that his body is more like that of a 62-year-old and that he has Metabolic Syndrome - a whole host of life threatening conditions from high blood pressure and cholesterol to full blown Type 2 Diabetes. If he is to increase his life chances, Alan is going to have to take immediate action implementing Dietitian Lucy Jones' tailor-made food plan, or he may have no choice but to go straight onto medication. Twenty-three-year-old Dawn's life is blighted by extremely bad breath. She's self-conscious with other people and rarely gets kissed on the lips by her man. Dawn is desperate to know what foods will help her banish her halitosis forever. Meanwhile, for another young woman called Steph, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has impacted normal life for the past 13 years. Can Lucy and GP Gio Miletto's experimental plan help cure a controversial illness that has no proven causes? Joan is in her fifties and has high blood pressure - a common condition that can be fatal. People of Afro-Carribean origin, like Joan, are far more likely to suffer from high blood pressure. Joan has lost many in her family to the consequences of this condition and she's willing to do anything to avoid the same fate. In this week's 'The Truth About...' Dr Pixie McKenna talks to a top cancer expert, to find out what foods in our diets can influence cancer, both good and bad.Read More

2:30 AM

Dinner: Impossible

Stranded: Deserted Island: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine's survival skills will be tested when he washes ashore on a deserted island and must prepare a tropical feast in only four hours. Will two former Survivor castaways and two mystery crates be enough to help Robert conquer Caribbean cuisine, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?Read More

3:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Flay vs. Murphy

Chef Marc Murphy challenges Iron Chef Bobby Flay. Whose cuisine will reign supreme?Read More

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