Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Iron Chef America Countdown

I Can't Believe I'm Eating This!

The most daring and extreme culinary offerings that made their way on to Kitchen Stadium menus.Read More

7:30 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

8:00 AM

Alex's Day Off

Soup and Sandwich

The classic soup and sandwich partners will be completely transformed by professional Chef Alex Guarneschelli. Alex adds braised beef marrow, drops of egg yolk, and tiny veal meatballs into a delicious chicken broth. And for the perfect dunking partner, Alex tops crunchy toasts with olive oil and tangy goat cheese spread. For dessert, Alex melts white chocolate and stuffs it between two chocolate drop cookies. Read More

8:30 AM
9:00 AM

Viva Daisy!

Rehearsal Night Dinner

Daisy shares tips for a quick dinner that tastes like it took all day. Premade Sofrito is the flavor base for Yellow Rice with Corn, studded with olives and diced peppers. Chicken Ajillo, aromatic with garlic and sherry, is deceptively quick, leaving time to juice fruit for fresh Caribbean Breezes.Read More

9:30 AM

Rachel Allen: Bake!

Lime Yogurt Cake and Toffee Pudding

Today on Bake, Rachel shows you how to make a wonderfully fragrant lime yoghurt cake with rosewater and pistachios. Rachel visits French chef and master bread maker, Richard Bertinet, who believes that the best way to make the perfect bread doesn't involve kneading the dough! The technique might sound unusual but the results are fantastic. And the cookery school students learn how to make the decadent classic, sticky toffee pudding. This guaranteed crowd pleaser features a gorgeous, sweet toffee sauce.Read More

10:00 AM

Spice Goddess

Garden Recipes

Inspired by fresh garden ingredients, Bal Arneson makes a warm, Traditional Vegetable Curry; crunchy Zucchini and Onion Koftas; a bright, Summer Tomato Soup recipe; and a cool Cucumber Salad with Fresh Coconut.Read More

10:30 AM

Cooking for Real

Dinner on a Dime

Sunny proves you don't need expensive ingredients for a special meal; some of her most comforting recipes have simple and economical starts. Today's menu skimps on spending and splurges on flavor!Read More

11:00 AM

Chuck's Day Off

The Upstairs Neighbor

The family that lives upstairs are great neighbors but the restaurant isn't really a kid friendly place... So Chuck invites the family down for a special day off dinner. Read More

11:30 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Asheville

In the mountains of North Carolina is the gorgeous hidden gem that is Asheville. G takes in the sights by zip lining through Appalachia before landing in the sophisticated kitchen at Cucina 24. The space is perfect for a romantic dinner. Chef and owner Brian Canipeli teaches G how to make a raviolo from scratch. Rather than visit multiple restaurants G uses the local scene to get inspired. As he explores the town he picks up fresh ingredients from the Chop Shop Butchery, Blue Water Seafood, and local farmers market. He even stops by the local brewery Green Man to pick up a great IPA. He meets great folks along the way, some that make a 2nd appearance. All of his items go towards making a great meal for his new friends. In a gorgeous mountain home G cooks up some of his very own recipes with a local twist. He serves them up to the shop owners he met along the way in Asheville.Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Eggs

Kelsey introduces a whole new way of looking at eggs: for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. A flavorful Frittata made with red bliss potatoes, basil, tomatoes and cheese; Poached Eggs With Bacon in a savory, Frisee Salad; and a luscious Lemon Curd Tart topped with fresh berries. Eggs: the perfect protein ... nutritious and delicious. Eggs-actly!Read More

12:30 PM

French Food at Home

French for Dieters

Laura prepares healthy, simple French dishes that aid weightloss: hearty Poule au Pot; nutritious Tizza soup; luxurious Halibut en Papilotte; fresh Orange Sections in Syrup with chewy Candied Zest; and Laura's fast slimming tactic - Carrot Cabbage-Fennel Slaw.Read More

1:00 PM

Nigella Kitchen

Kitchen Tourist

Nigella doesn't need to leave the house to travel she has the whole world in her kitchen and is a full time kitchen tourist. From Asia - delicious fast and easy chicken teriyaki with noodles and sugar snap peas. From Italy - an incredible Venetian carrot cake with rum mascarpone cream, from Spain delicious churros and for a singles trip - a lone linguine with a dash of white truffle oil.Read More

1:30 PM

David Rocco's Dolce Vita

Rocco and the City

From the perspective of a Canadian-Italian living in Florence, Rocco writes a true-to-heart article for a North-American magazine about the sights and sounds of his city and the comfort foods it inspires.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Chocolate Tasting Party

Chocolate lover Giada shows you ways to incorporate chocolate from cocktail to dessert.Read More

3:00 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

South of the Border

We head South of the Border for Bobby's Mexican themed brunch with his version of Huevos Rancheros with Chorizo and a spicy Tomato-Red Chile Sauce. He serves his Ranch Style Eggs over Fresh Corn Tortillas with Spicy Home Fries on the side. And to wash it all down he makes a Bloody Mary-Margarita inspired cocktail he aptly calls, a Sangrita! Ole! Read More

3:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Siesta Fiesta

Bobby may only have a few Spanish words in his repertoire, but when it comes to Spanish cuisine, he's a true aficionado. He starts off his brunch menu like most Spaniards do - a Cafe Con Leche with Spiced Sugar Churros & Chocolate Dipping Sauce. The main event features a flavorful Piperrada along with Patatas Bravas with a Roasted Tomato Aioli. And to get this fiesta rockin' he finishes with a refreshing Sangria Sunrise. Read More

4:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Chowder

Ben Sargeant likes to call himself the Brooklyn Chowder Surfer, and for good reason. He has been making chowder since the age of seven, and has surfed the waves all over the world. Based in Brooklyn, he serves his acclaimed soups at the Hurricane Hopeful Surf Bar. Ben's life-long dream has been to get his chowder recipes on every super market shelf in America. When Ben gathers his friends together in a Brooklyn Park to celebrate his Food Network debut, he has no idea that Bobby Flay will be arriving fashionably late to challenge him to a Throwdown. In this contest, it's sink or swim.Read More

4:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Wedding Cake

When it comes to weddings, the wedding cake is the centerpiece for the occasion. And when it comes to hot, new wedding cake designers, Brooklyn's Michelle Doll is the best. Michelle creates elegant and beautiful cakes for New York's hippest brides and she's off her skills to wedding planners and engaged couples at New York's Tavern on The Green. Little does she know that Bobby is the uninvited guest who will go tier to tier against her in a wedding cake Throwdown. Will Bobby's first attempt at wedding cake design impress a panel of wedding cake experts enough to beat a pro?Read More

5:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Chili

The self proclaimed chili queen, Cindy Reed Wilkins is the only competitor to win the coveted Terlingua International Chili championship two years in a row. Cindy, who is as lively as the dishes she creates, often spends up to six months on the chili circuit where she even competes against her mother and husband. So will she be just as tough when she learns she's going to compete against an Iron Chef? When Bobby rolls up on her Mother's Appreciation Brunch, it will be time to figure out whose chili really reigns supreme and who will get the Throwdown crown.Read More

5:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Grilled Cheese

Connie and Bill Fisher are on a mission to spread their love of grilled cheese sandwiches throughout the world. They own The Pop Shop in Collingswood, New Jersey, and they have 31 grilled cheese sandwich varieties on their menu. They think they've been asked to star in a show called "All Grown Up," highlighting their amazing gourmet takes on this Kids' Menu favorite. The surprise is that Bobby Flay is going to turn their show into something completely different - the Ultimate Grilled Cheese Throwdown! Watch to see who will be named The Big Cheese in this challenge.Read More

6:00 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

6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Cheesesteak

No American sandwich is more iconic than the Philly Cheesesteak. Invented in 1930, the Cheesesteak is a sandwich of legendary proportions, steeped in rivalry, controversy and mouth-watering self-indulgence. When Tony Luke Junior opened Tony Luke's in 1992, everyone thought he had no chance to survive against the three kings of cheesesteaks: Pat's, Gino's and Jim's. But in 1994, Tony's steaks were ranked "Best of Philly" by Philadelphia Magazine, thus placing him and his deliciously decadent sandwich atop the coveted Philly Cheesesteak throne. In this episode, Tony Luke Jr. is having a blowout bash for all of his customers. He doesn't know that Bobby's rolling in to town, to Throwdown against the Cheesesteak King. Will it be Bobby's sliced sirloin or Tony's aged rib eye that will reign supreme?Read More

 
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7:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Virginia

In Richmond, Virginia the Jefferson Hotel is a building of sophistication and history. Diners head to Lemaire for a meal with the same finesse. G meets with Chef Walter to see his take on the fried green tomato. Award-winning chef Jason opened Comfort to serve local ingredients with his own style. He shares with G his techniques on preparing braised pork and sides in his 'comforting' restaurant. Lavender Field Farms offers fresh honey, herbs, eggs, and beauty products all prepared fresh on the premises. G gets to experience a day in the life at the farm with owner Nicole before preparing a simple but summery skirt steak salad with a honey-citrus dressing.Read More

8:00 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

8:30 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Asheville

In the mountains of North Carolina is the gorgeous hidden gem that is Asheville. G takes in the sights by zip lining through Appalachia before landing in the sophisticated kitchen at Cucina 24. The space is perfect for a romantic dinner. Chef and owner Brian Canipeli teaches G how to make a raviolo from scratch. Rather than visit multiple restaurants G uses the local scene to get inspired. As he explores the town he picks up fresh ingredients from the Chop Shop Butchery, Blue Water Seafood, and local farmers market. He even stops by the local brewery Green Man to pick up a great IPA. He meets great folks along the way, some that make a 2nd appearance. All of his items go towards making a great meal for his new friends. In a gorgeous mountain home G cooks up some of his very own recipes with a local twist. He serves them up to the shop owners he met along the way in Asheville.Read More

9:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Atlanta

G. Garvin heads to his hometown, Atlanta, the place where his southern-inspired roots were born. He starts with shrimp and grits at Local Three, where a unique kitchen is giving brunch a makeover, then satisfies his sweet tooth with red velvet cake from A Piece of Cake. G tops off the day at JCT Kitchen with a true southern treat, fried chicken, along with some very inventive cocktails.Read More

9:30 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Virginia

In Richmond, Virginia the Jefferson Hotel is a building of sophistication and history. Diners head to Lemaire for a meal with the same finesse. G meets with Chef Walter to see his take on the fried green tomato. Award-winning chef Jason opened Comfort to serve local ingredients with his own style. He shares with G his techniques on preparing braised pork and sides in his 'comforting' restaurant. Lavender Field Farms offers fresh honey, herbs, eggs, and beauty products all prepared fresh on the premises. G gets to experience a day in the life at the farm with owner Nicole before preparing a simple but summery skirt steak salad with a honey-citrus dressing.Read More

10:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Georgia Roadtrip with G. Garvin

Acclaimed chef, cookbook author and host Chef Gerry Garvin, aka G., explores the best Southern eats Georgia has to offer. From Atlanta to Savannah and everywhere in between meet the chefs, farmers and fishermen that make Georgia's cuisine some of the best in the world. G discovers the secret to Watershed's fried chicken, makes from scratch blueberry pies, boards a shrimp boat and pulls in the days catch and tracks down what just might be the best hamburger in the entire United States. So get ready to hit the road on a Georgia Road Trip with G. GarvinRead More

11:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Cora vs. Dumont

Vermont Chef Mary Dumont enters Kitchen Stadium to challenge Iron Chef Cora to a culinary showdown. Can Chef Dumont impress the judges with her cuisine, or will Iron Chef Cora triumph?Read More

12:00 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

12:30 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Asheville

In the mountains of North Carolina is the gorgeous hidden gem that is Asheville. G takes in the sights by zip lining through Appalachia before landing in the sophisticated kitchen at Cucina 24. The space is perfect for a romantic dinner. Chef and owner Brian Canipeli teaches G how to make a raviolo from scratch. Rather than visit multiple restaurants G uses the local scene to get inspired. As he explores the town he picks up fresh ingredients from the Chop Shop Butchery, Blue Water Seafood, and local farmers market. He even stops by the local brewery Green Man to pick up a great IPA. He meets great folks along the way, some that make a 2nd appearance. All of his items go towards making a great meal for his new friends. In a gorgeous mountain home G cooks up some of his very own recipes with a local twist. He serves them up to the shop owners he met along the way in Asheville.Read More

1:00 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Atlanta

G. Garvin heads to his hometown, Atlanta, the place where his southern-inspired roots were born. He starts with shrimp and grits at Local Three, where a unique kitchen is giving brunch a makeover, then satisfies his sweet tooth with red velvet cake from A Piece of Cake. G tops off the day at JCT Kitchen with a true southern treat, fried chicken, along with some very inventive cocktails.Read More

1:30 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Virginia

In Richmond, Virginia the Jefferson Hotel is a building of sophistication and history. Diners head to Lemaire for a meal with the same finesse. G meets with Chef Walter to see his take on the fried green tomato. Award-winning chef Jason opened Comfort to serve local ingredients with his own style. He shares with G his techniques on preparing braised pork and sides in his 'comforting' restaurant. Lavender Field Farms offers fresh honey, herbs, eggs, and beauty products all prepared fresh on the premises. G gets to experience a day in the life at the farm with owner Nicole before preparing a simple but summery skirt steak salad with a honey-citrus dressing.Read More

2:00 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Georgia Roadtrip with G. Garvin

Acclaimed chef, cookbook author and host Chef Gerry Garvin, aka G., explores the best Southern eats Georgia has to offer. From Atlanta to Savannah and everywhere in between meet the chefs, farmers and fishermen that make Georgia's cuisine some of the best in the world. G discovers the secret to Watershed's fried chicken, makes from scratch blueberry pies, boards a shrimp boat and pulls in the days catch and tracks down what just might be the best hamburger in the entire United States. So get ready to hit the road on a Georgia Road Trip with G. GarvinRead More

3:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Cora vs. Dumont

Vermont Chef Mary Dumont enters Kitchen Stadium to challenge Iron Chef Cora to a culinary showdown. Can Chef Dumont impress the judges with her cuisine, or will Iron Chef Cora triumph?Read More

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