Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

The Secret Life of...

Pizza

Join Jim O'Connor as he explores the Secret life of America's favorite Italian Treat - Pizza.Read More

8:00 AM

Everyday Italian

Giada recently went on a spa weekend with some girlfriends and came back inspired to recreate some of her favorite healthy meals giving them her unique Italian touches. She makes Whole-Wheat Spaghetti With Lemon, Basil and Salmon, Pork Chops Stuffed With Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Spinach and Artichoke and Tomato Panzanella.Read More

8:30 AM

Everyday Italian

Giada's going to show you how to cook comfort food Italian-style with some of her favorite wintry Italian dishes; Butternut Squash and Vanilla Risotto and Turkey Osso Buco With Parsley and Rosemary Gremolata.Read More

9:00 AM

Extra Virgin

Biker Bash

Debi surprises Gabrielle by wanting to learn how to cook pizza in the wood fire oven. After a couple of attempts she's throwing pizza like a pro and adds her own twist to pizza by creating a beautiful basil oil to garnish the wood fired snack. Then it's off to a special event - they've been invited as guests to the popular Los Angeles Motorcycle show and have decided to present a special lunch to event goers. Porchetta sandwiches AND caprese sandwiches, plus pasta primavera and a salad of chopped Romaine hearts with Salsa Verde.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

Pizza Cuz

Masters

Fran and Sal meet some of the top pizza masters across the country, as they travel to Portland, Oregon to devour some house-smoked bacon pizza at Apizza Scholls. And after grabbing wild nettles and sausage slices in Oakland, California, Sal and Fran head back to New York City to make their own Burrata cheese for an authentic pizza pie.Read More

10:30 AM

Drop 5 Lbs with Good Housekeeping

Meal and Lifestyle Makeover

Get ready for your makeover, in body and mind! Join the Drop 5 Team for recipe makeovers of your favorite foods, tips for eating healthfully at your favorite Thai restaurant and ideas to keep your exercise routine interesting and productive. Recipes include: Pad Thai, Pulled Pork Sandwiches and Caesar Salad.Read More

11:00 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

Romantic Dinner 101

Bobby Deen is helping out his good friend Carrie Crowell in the kitchen to plan a romantic and healthy dinner for her beau. They meet up to take a cake decorating class, and learn some tricks on how to add beautiful decoration without adding lots of calories! Later, they're making Filet Mignon With Goat Cheese and Pancetta Pan Sauce, Bobby's Creamed Spinach and a dessert that answers a bold question, It's Really Better Than Sex Cupcakes! Everyone will feel like a Romantic Dinner pro after Bobby's fun 101 lesson!Read More

11:30 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

Sweet & Savory

Bobby Deen puts a clever spin on his mom's Southern Tomato Pie when he makes it New York-style. He also performs magic on Paula's Red Velvet Cake by shrinking it down to cupcakes and losing half the calories and fat. But, as always, Bobby's versions don't skimp on the flavor.Read More

12:00 PM

Easy Chinese

Shellfish and Seafood

Asian seafood is scrumptious; especially if it's from a sustainable source. Ching He Huang goes under the boardwalk to the Monterey Abalone Farm to harvest California reds for her Crispy Salt and Pepper Abalone with Soy Ginger and Sweet Chili. And later she brings the 'mussels' when she hosts a shellfish soiree with the Diesel Fish Dragon Boat Racers where they train in Foster City. Recipes: Crispy Salt and Pepper Abalone With Soy Ginger and Sweet Chili dipping sauces; Softshell Chili Crabs; Black Bean Mussels with Chinese Beer; Communist "Mule" CocktailRead More

12:30 PM

Luke Nguyen's Greater Mekong

Luang Prabang, Laos II

Luke stays in Luang Prabang to join the biggest New Year's celebrations in the country. Read More

1:00 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Best of the Pacific Northwest

Bobby Flay shows a little love for an often overlooked culinary destination -- the Pacific Northwest! On today's brunch menu: Smoked Salmon and Scallion Scramble With Whole Grain Toast and Homemade Goat Cheese Butter; Wild Mushroom-Yukon Gold Hash; irresistible Blackberry-Hazelnut Sticky Buns and a Coconut Chai Tea Latte.Read More

1:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Cuisine du Jour

Bobby whisks us away to the South of France with today's delicious brunch menu. All good French food is accompanied by a Baguette and Bobby toasts his with Goat Cheese topped with Poached Eggs and a Black Pepper Vinaigrette. For a little something sweet he whips up a Pain Perdu With Fresh Peaches and Vanilla Butter and to finish, a White Wine and Lillet Cocktail.Read More

2:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Super Sandwiches

Making delicious, flavorful sandwiches is an essential skill that every home cook needs to know. Nothing wins over guests and friends like super, homemade deli treats, packed with bold flavors and ingredients. Using her slow cooker, Kelsey will turn turkey breast into a tender Roast Dip With Melted Gruyere. Then she'll take some inspiration from one of her favorite places to eat, New Orleans, and fry up some golden shrimp for a Cajun Po' Boy. Fried Green Tomatoes are an essential ingredient for her fresh and tasty BLT with sweet basil mayo and crispy pancetta. Finally, a pressed Picnic Sandwich with roasted red peppers and pepperoncini spread is the perfect sandwich if you're on the go.Read More

2:30 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Easy As Pie

Kelsey guides us through the essentials for an American slice of heaven -- pie! Starting with the perfect flaky Crust, adding a Banana Caramel Cream Filling and mixing it up with a variation on the classics with a rustic fresh Peach and Cream Pie in a moist, flaky buttery crust. Hot from the oven to your plate. Mmmmm ... pass the ice cream, please.Read More

3:00 PM

Come along with Tyler Florence as he travels to Mexico. This is a nation filled with a tremendous variety of cultures, each with its own take on Mexican cuisine. Planet Food: Mexico explores the splendor of this extraordinary country.Read More

4:00 PM

Eat St.

In Bacon we Trust

First up, we cruise into San Francisco, for all things bacon at the aptly named Bacon Bacon Truck -- so good, they named it twice. Then we hit the the streets of Houston at the tastiest and only Vietnamese food truck in town, Phamily Bites, serving traditional dishes like a Pho Tai Noodle Soup in a beef brisket stock and a Seared Filet Mignon Bahn Mi Sandwich. Then we zip to Indianapolis, for the Mac Genie truck where everyone's mac and cheese wishes come true, offering magical varieties such as steak, bacon and even a hearty, beer infused cheese sauce option. Last stop is in Houston, Texas, to chow down at The Modular truck where curb side dining has truly evolved with delectable delights such as Whole Lobster with Risotto and even Roasted Bone Marrow.Read More

4:30 PM

America's Best Bites

BellyQ

America's Best Bites host Natalie Forte discovers hands down the most cutting edge version of Korean BBQ most diners have ever seen, which is not surprising since Chef Bill Kim is a true culinary ninja! We explore the gambit of Asian flavors, with the execution of Korean, Thai and Japanese inspired dishes the stars! We feature Ramen Noodle Bowl, Korean BBQ and Thai Fried Chicken.Read More

5:00 PM

Unique Eats

Off The Grid

Go off the beaten path in this episode and visit extraordinary eateries that are unknown to the average tourist. A rustic Italian restaurant in Staten Island where the nonnas are in charge, a perfect pizza joint outside the bright lights of Las Vegas, a dining destination only for those in the know in Hawaii, and a cool spot for shaved ice under the palm trees.Read More

5:30 PM

Unique Sweets

L.A. Decadence

We head to the City of Angels to discover what makes this west coast city so decadently sweet. Sit down to a breakfast that's about way more than waffles, indulge in pastries that take the cake and stop in for a sweet snack that's on a stick.Read More

6:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Best of Georgia

G. Garvin is hitting the best places in the state of Georgia. First on the list is a stop at "Yeah! Burger" for a Bison Burger so good, the place surely lives up to its name. Then it's on to Decatur, to the Brick Store Pub, where deep-fried fish and chips and an endless selection of craft beers are on the menu. Plus, G. takes a walk down memory lane at the Fickle Pickle in Roswell where a Fried Green Tomato Sandwich and Cajun Pickles bring back many childhood memories.Read More

6:30 PM

Hook, Line & Dinner

Santa Barbara

When it comes to seafood the very best is that which is caught locally. 'Buy Fresh, Buy Local' is the locavore movement's mantra. As Ben finds out in California, marine habitat destruction, depleted fishing stocks, and strict government regulations don't always make it easy to buy locally. But in Santa Barbara a growing number of restaurants like Brophy Brothers, Santa Barbara Shellfish Company, and the Hungry Cat are part of a sustainable seafood program that is shifting the community's consumption to more viable sources. Read More

7:00 PM

Extra Virgin

Gone Fishin'

The family heads out to the coast to escape the hot weather and enjoy the fruits of the sea. Gabriele talks a local fisherman into taking he and Debi on a fishing trip where she hooks some Branzini for dinner. After a struggle with seasickness and fish cleaning, they bring the fish back and grill a gorgeous meal from the sea on a fantastic ocean front beach (Elba island - Napoleon's place of exile) sits directly in front of them! They finish off the meal with a version of one of Gabriele's mother's favorite desserts - grilled peaches with chocolate and cookies. Read More

7:30 PM

Pizza Cuz

Neighborhoods

Fran and Sal explore some of America's most legendary neighborhood pizzerias, starting with a venture to Connecticut pizzeria Colony Grill owned by four childhood friends. In Michigan, Sal and Fran receive a lesson on the origins of the 'Detroit Sicilian' as they visit Buddy's, and celebrate a 100-year anniversary in New Jersey, home of the oldest, continuously run pizzeria in the country.Read More

8:00 PM

Unique Eats

Comfort Foods

Celebrate the best Comfort Foods out there in this special episode of Unique Eats.Read More

9:00 PM

Unique Eats

Cheap Eats

If you're hungry for big flavors without breaking the bank, these unique cheap eats will deliver. In the windy city, a honky-tonk whiskey bar serves amazing tacos, and a small restaurant dresses house-made haute hot dogs and sausages with global flavors. In downtown New York, students flock to a delicious Cambodian sandwich shop the size of a dorm room. And in Williamsburg, New York, a quirky Venezuelan restaurant offers seventeen different arepas that will fill you up quickly.Read More

9:30 PM

Unique Eats

Neighborhood Gems

We're featuring neighborhood gems that over time have become restaurant legends with a cult following. Willie Mae's Scotch House in New Orleans where they make "America's Best Fried Chicken." Garde Manger in Old Montreal where Chuck Hughes wows his customers with his seafood troughs and lobster poutines. Hominy Grill in South Carolina for the best low country classics morning, noon and night. And Olivia Restaurant where the folks of Austin have their weekend brunch.Read More

10:00 PM

Unique Eats

Fried Food

It's the ultimate guilty pleasure. At La Banquise in Montreal, choose from twenty-five different topping to go with your poutine (French fries, cheese curds and gravy). Also in Montreal, a fish and chips shop that offers different fish and unique batters like orange soda and maple syrup. In Brooklyn, New York fried risotto balls go gourmet with unique sweet and savory fillings. And in Austin, Texas big fat doughnuts are piled high with the craziest combinations like deconstructed peach cobbler and fried chicken and honey butter.Read More

10:30 PM

Unique Eats

Pubs

Pull up a barstool at these unique pubs, where the food is delicious and daring. Joe Beef in Montreal for their signature creamy lobster spaghetti, rich Swedish Meatballs and indulgent Foie Gras Double D. Longman & Eagle in Chicago where there is a critically acclaimed gastropub downstairs and a cozy inn upstairs. Citizen Public House in Boston for the Carpetbagger: filet mignon with fried oysters and oyster butter. It's a step back in time at Henry Public in Brooklyn, New York for preprohibition cocktails and comfort foods like braised turkey sandwiches, and made-to-order doughnuts. Read More

11:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Casino Craziness

Robert is visiting Mohegan Sun, and his mission is a real gamble. Robert must test his luck at a special Dinner Impossible casino. At stake is everything from the number of people he as to feed, to how many hours he'll have, to what key ingredients he may win or loose for the day. The Mohegan Sun set up a special Dinner Impossible casino just for Robert. He had to spin the roulette wheel to determine how many people he would be feeding - anywhere between 900 to 1,200. To determine how many hours he would have, Robert literally rolled the dice at the craps table. Robert faced his biggest gamble at the Black Jack table. Robert had to play three hands of 21, wagering not cash, but the three most critical ingredients for any chef: oil, salt and sugar. When he won a hand, Robert could use the wagered item. But when he lost, Robert had to figure out how to make thousand of hors d'oeuvres and three course sit-down dinner WITHOUT using the ingredient! Without giving anything away, it's safe to say the odds are always with the house. Add in a special surprise mini mission to make an additional VIP meal in the middle of all the mayhem and you've go one Can Robert turn this gamble into a jackpot meal, or will this be Dinner Impossible. Will Robert's luck win out, or will this be Dinner Impossible?Read More

12:00 AM

Unique Eats

Comfort Foods

Celebrate the best Comfort Foods out there in this special episode of Unique Eats.Read More

1:00 AM

Unique Eats

Cheap Eats

If you're hungry for big flavors without breaking the bank, these unique cheap eats will deliver. In the windy city, a honky-tonk whiskey bar serves amazing tacos, and a small restaurant dresses house-made haute hot dogs and sausages with global flavors. In downtown New York, students flock to a delicious Cambodian sandwich shop the size of a dorm room. And in Williamsburg, New York, a quirky Venezuelan restaurant offers seventeen different arepas that will fill you up quickly.Read More

1:30 AM

Unique Eats

Neighborhood Gems

We're featuring neighborhood gems that over time have become restaurant legends with a cult following. Willie Mae's Scotch House in New Orleans where they make "America's Best Fried Chicken." Garde Manger in Old Montreal where Chuck Hughes wows his customers with his seafood troughs and lobster poutines. Hominy Grill in South Carolina for the best low country classics morning, noon and night. And Olivia Restaurant where the folks of Austin have their weekend brunch.Read More

2:00 AM

Unique Eats

Fried Food

It's the ultimate guilty pleasure. At La Banquise in Montreal, choose from twenty-five different topping to go with your poutine (French fries, cheese curds and gravy). Also in Montreal, a fish and chips shop that offers different fish and unique batters like orange soda and maple syrup. In Brooklyn, New York fried risotto balls go gourmet with unique sweet and savory fillings. And in Austin, Texas big fat doughnuts are piled high with the craziest combinations like deconstructed peach cobbler and fried chicken and honey butter.Read More

2:30 AM

Unique Eats

Pubs

Pull up a barstool at these unique pubs, where the food is delicious and daring. Joe Beef in Montreal for their signature creamy lobster spaghetti, rich Swedish Meatballs and indulgent Foie Gras Double D. Longman & Eagle in Chicago where there is a critically acclaimed gastropub downstairs and a cozy inn upstairs. Citizen Public House in Boston for the Carpetbagger: filet mignon with fried oysters and oyster butter. It's a step back in time at Henry Public in Brooklyn, New York for preprohibition cocktails and comfort foods like braised turkey sandwiches, and made-to-order doughnuts. Read More

3:00 AM

Dinner: Impossible

Casino Craziness

Robert is visiting Mohegan Sun, and his mission is a real gamble. Robert must test his luck at a special Dinner Impossible casino. At stake is everything from the number of people he as to feed, to how many hours he'll have, to what key ingredients he may win or loose for the day. The Mohegan Sun set up a special Dinner Impossible casino just for Robert. He had to spin the roulette wheel to determine how many people he would be feeding - anywhere between 900 to 1,200. To determine how many hours he would have, Robert literally rolled the dice at the craps table. Robert faced his biggest gamble at the Black Jack table. Robert had to play three hands of 21, wagering not cash, but the three most critical ingredients for any chef: oil, salt and sugar. When he won a hand, Robert could use the wagered item. But when he lost, Robert had to figure out how to make thousand of hors d'oeuvres and three course sit-down dinner WITHOUT using the ingredient! Without giving anything away, it's safe to say the odds are always with the house. Add in a special surprise mini mission to make an additional VIP meal in the middle of all the mayhem and you've go one Can Robert turn this gamble into a jackpot meal, or will this be Dinner Impossible. Will Robert's luck win out, or will this be Dinner Impossible?Read More

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