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7:00 AM

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Lee Anne Wong has a lifelong passion for exploring, learning and savoring Asian food. Sometimes a simple craving for a bowl of noodles is all the motivation she needs to hit the town and search for delicious eats. In this one hour special, Lee Anne goes on a food crawl for the best dumplings and noodles New York has to offer. Her eating tour takes her to the historic Chinatowns in Manhattan and Queens, as well as the up and coming food neighborhoods in Williamsburg and Park Slope. Lee Anne visits legendary Vanessa's Dumplings where the choices for dumplings are high and the prices are low. It's a fun lesson filled with a lot of laughs while learning how to make hand-torn noodles at Biang! in Flushing, Queens. At Williamsburg's Smorgasburg, Lee Anne indulges at two innovative food stalls for the best cold Chinese sesame noodles and mazeman which is cold Japanese ramen noodles. This delicious food crawl features families who have made culinary marks, as well as the next generation of inspired cooks who continue to celebrate Asian cuisine.Read More

8:00 AM

Everyday Italian

More Sandwiches

Giada takes some of her favorites and invites her friends over. From mini-meatball heroes, to mile-high muffulettas stuffed with cured meats and olives, to crunchy grilled vegetable paninis with pesto. You'll want them for breakfast, lunch and dinner!Read More

8:30 AM

Everyday Italian

Cooking Outside the Box

Giada's going to show you some delicious entrees using only the freshest ingredient, proving that dinner can be quick and easy without having to come from a box or a can. On the menu: Chicken Scallopine With Saffron Cream Sauce, Warm Vegetable Salad, Crostini Alla Romana and Espresso Chocolate Mousse With Orange Mascarpone Whipped Cream.Read More

9:00 AM

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

9:30 AM

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

10:00 AM

Donut Showdown

Good Morning

Donut-makers Dawn from Minneapolis, Del from Washington and pastry chef Michelle from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Good Morning!" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.Read More

10:30 AM

Drop 5 Lbs with Good Housekeeping

Instant Energy

Get a healthy zap of instant energy with the Drop 5 team. Melissa d' Arabian has some fast recipes, including a Jump Start Smoothie, Warm Quinoa Salad With Toasted Almonds, and Sweet And Sassy Nuts. Celebrity trainer and health coach Kathy Kaehler gives tips on time management, and Aarti Sequeira shares new information about healthy pick-me-ups at the coffee shop. Back in the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, Aarti unwraps the truth about food bars -- which are healthy, and which types to avoid. Plus our fitness expert shares some fast energy moves that will give your body a boost. Read More

11:00 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

Asian Take-Out

Bobby Deen embarks on a mission to find out how to make pure, unprocessed, homemade noodles for his Pork and Mushrooms Stir-Fry. He finds the perfect place, Brooklyn Wok Shop, where Edric Har steps up as his teacher, showing him how to make Fresh Egg Noodles. Later, Bobby's friend Brigitte Nguyen comes over to taste his efforts and assist in the kitchen with his scrumptious Asian Take-Out foods; Baked Veggie Egg Rolls and Vietnamese Chicken and Rice Soup.Read More

11:30 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

A Little South in Your Mouth

Bobby Deen learns how to make light, but still flavor-filled beer for his chicken at the Brooklyn Brew Shop. Brew experts, Stephan Valand and Erica Shea whip up a special light brew that anyone can do at home, laced with flavors of savory orange and coriander. Later, Bobby's good pal Vanessa Cantave stops by to help cook and taste Bobby's Lighter Drunken Chicken and Jalapeno Cheddar Corn Cakes!Read More

12:00 PM

Easy Chinese

Chinese BBQ

Ching He Huang gets naughty with a decadent barbecue menu including her favorite BBQ Yellow Bean Chicken and Sticky Soy and Orange Beef Rolls. When she drops in on the Bad S BBQ Team in San Jose, she commands the grill and brightens up the party with a refreshing Lychee Mojito. Recipes: BBQ Yellow Bean Chicken and Chinese Long Beans, Spicy Soy Ribs with Wasabi Slaw, Sticky Soy and Orange Beef Rolls, Lychee MojitoRead More

12:30 PM

Luke Nguyen's Greater Mekong

Chau Doc & Cai Be Vietnam

Luke visits the floating villages of Chau Doc and Cai Be to cook some intriguing local dishes. Read More

 
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1:00 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

A Basket of Brunch Goodies

Bobby Flay's making a spread of continental favorites for this brunch menu. He's baking up all-American favorites like Shoo-Fly Muffins, Banana Bread With Vanilla Bean-Pecan Butter and Fruit Filled Mini Toaster Pastries! And for an added bit of fun, he's creating a one-of-a-kind Bellini Bar that is sure to impress any brunch guest.Read More

1:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Stephanie's Favorites

There's nothing that makes Bobby happier than sneaking out of bed on a Sunday morning to make his wife Stephanie's favorite brunch. Bobby starts with a dish inspired by her Texas roots, Black Pepper Buttermilk Biscuits topped with Scrambled Eggs, Pork Sausage and a Cream Sauce. To satisfy her sweet tooth, Lemon Ricotta Fritters are served alongside a Homemade Berry Jam. And if that's not enough to entice Stephanie out of bed, Bobby makes a cocktail with her favorite ingredients, a Tangerine Gin Fizz.Read More

2:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

A Salt of the Senses

From sweet to savory salt is used as an ingredient in almost everything ... but Kelsey reveals the latest trend in using salt as a cooking tool! Kelsey visits David Burke who is using Himalayan salt blocks to cook almost everything from appetizer to dessert. She then tries her hand at using a Himalayan salt block to make a scallop crudo and a delicious cashew nut brittle. Kelsey then stops by an N.Y. rooftop farm that harvests the unexpected, salt! Back in her kitchen Kelsey makes a mouthwatering salt crusted pork roast.Read More

2:30 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Honey

Bee Keeping is all the rage now, and you won't just find bees in the country anymore. Bees are popping up in unexpected places. Kelsey visits Chase Emmons and his urban roof-top bee farm in New York. Kelsey gets up close and personal and learns what it takes to bring honey to our tables. Then, she heads home use the bounty of the bees to make Roasted Chicken wings with Honey Hoisin glaze, a Papaya Slaw With Spicy Honey Vinaigrette, and a sweet Honey Corn with crumbled honeycomb.Read More

3:00 PM

Best Thing on Sliced Bread

Troy Johnson is on a mission. He is planning to eat the 5 most mouth-watering, delicious sandwiches from 5 states - Georgia, Maine, Missouri, Los Angeles, and Oregon. And he's going to do it in 5 days. Read More

4:00 PM

Eat St.

When in Rome

At the Rome 'N Chariot truck in Mississauga, Ontario, a husband and wife team are bringing authentic Italian comfort food to the masses. Featuring Meatball Sliders with housemade marinara sauce and a loaded Porchetta Sandwich stuffed with Italian sausage. Then we travel to Indianapolis, where east meets west at the Spice Box truck. With Indian delights such as Chicken Tikka Masala and a Spicy Wrap with mint chutney, these guys put the Indian in Indiana. Next up is Molly's Eats in Edmonton, Alberta where locals are lining up for a smorgasbord of international comfort food; Mac and Cheese with Pulled Pork & Bacon and a Columbian inspired platter with plaintains, pork belly and sausage. Lastly, we're in Portland, Ore., where The PBJ's cart has redefined the classic sandwich. Tasty versions include Orange Marmalade and Thai Curry or Goat Cheese with Kalamata Olive bread.Read More

4:30 PM

America's Best Bites

The Tavern

America's Best Bites Host Natalie Forte discovers a mecca for exquisite comfort food that's artfully reinvented in West County St Louis! Chef Justin Haifley brings major culinary credentials back to his hometown and partners with some of his high school buddies at Tavern. We feature Char Sui Pork Steak, Ricotta Gnudi with Oxtail Ragout and Pigs Under a Blanket.Read More

5:00 PM

Unique Eats

Dirt Cheap & Delicious

You don't need to sacrifice taste to eat cheap at these joints. We're off to Cleveland Ohio for a pulled pork PBLT and squash dumplings; Brooklyn, New York for an outdoor food market with a bevy of satisfying BBQ and biscuits, Washington D.C. for spicy Asian fare, and finally Austin, Texas where the weird tastes wonderful.Read More

 
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5:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Then and Now

We visit pastry chefs who take time-honored traditions from their past and turn them into something new and unique. From a cafe with all the sweet traditions of the south, to a "sweetery" serving up childhood favorites, plus traditional treats made with untraditional ingredients.Read More

 
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6:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Las Vegas

G. Garvin heads to Vegas where his favorite places hit the jackpot. The first stop is Hash House A Go Go where the chef lays out the biggest Crispy Hand-Hammered Pork Tenderloin you've ever seen, fried and topped with a BBQ Cream Sauce. At Sandy Valley Ranch, G. gets to be a cowboy for the day, complete with gear, lassoing, and riding horses. After working up an appetite, G. and Cowboy Dan make steaks, baked beans, and cornbread cooked to perfection in the outdoors. The last stop is Pink Box Doughnuts where Chef Rodney has merged sweet and savory flavors for an unbelievable doughnut-making lesson and tasting for G.Read More

6:30 PM

Hook, Line & Dinner

Kenai

Ben goes fishing for arctic char and silver salmon. After flying to Crescent Lake with Mark "Badger" Barajas and witnessing a bear eating a salmon straight from the water, Ben and Badger catch a silver salmon that they cook up right on the banks of the lake. Ben then meets up with Mark and Mike Tuhy, twin brothers who run a fishing camp, Tower Rock Lodge, to go fly fishing for dolly varden(arctic char), which they bring back to Mike's wife and mother-in-law to cook a unique Thai-style seafood dish.Read More

7:00 PM

Extra Virgin

Chickens Come Home

After making the family a breakfast scallion frittata Gabriele longs for the days when he had fresh chicken eggs straight from his grandmother's Tuscan farm. Debi reluctantly decides to support his idea of getting chickens but when they bring the chickens home the backyard becomes a three-ring circus. After a day of chasing chickens, Debi and Gabriele decide to end the chaos with Italian comfort food - Spaghetti with red sauce and Spinach Gnocchi balls made with sage and butter. Read More

7:30 PM

Pizza Cuz

Toppings

Sal and Fran find some deliciously different pizza toppings, even getting wet and dirty for some of the ingredients. Whether it's trying deep-fried slices at Forcella in Brooklyn, a simply distinctive focaccia pie at Liguria Bakery in San Francisco, or clam farming in Larkspur for a fresh clams and Sopressata combination, Fran and Sal will have their hands full with these mouthwatering toppings.Read More

 
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8:00 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Join the very funny Mo Rocca as he learns to cook, and discovers treasured family recipes and stories from grandparents in their kitchens across the country. From a Filipino grandmother's Paella, a Romanian grandfather's Grilled Sausages to Italian born Pop's Focaccia and Rabbit Cacciatore, it's a delicious hour celebrating the American melting pot of food, family and fun.Read More

9:00 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Manee Soohoo - Getting To Know You

Manee Soohoo was born in Thailand and now spends most of her time helping take care of her adorable grandchildren in Harlem, New York. She enlists Mo's help to babysit the kids and also teaches him how to make green curries, and whips up a batch of Pad See Ew for the kids. Despite the fact that Mo has never made Thai food, Manee's grandson gives the dish "five thumbs up."Read More

9:30 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Genevra Higginson - Fine Living

Mo Rocca visits grandmother Genevra Higginson at her elegant three hundred-year-old home in Cohasset, Mass. Cohasset is a coastal village so Mo first digs up clams on a nearby beach and then he and Genevra cook up a hearty, super-fresh batch of clam chowder that they enjoy as a midday snack. The next day, Mo hits the high seas to learn how to pull lobster traps up from the briny deep from seasoned lobstermen. Later, he and Genevra put together a lobster feast using seaweed in its preparation and they make fresh peach ice cream for the Higginson family.Read More

10:00 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Ruth Teig - Jewish Cuisine

Grandmother and math teacher Ruth Teig teaches Mo Rocca how to make classic Jewish cuisine. On the menu is kreplach (or Jewish ravioli) and Ruth's fluffy, modernized version of gefilte fish. Ruth surprises Mo with a large live Carp in her bathtub to teach him how generations of Jews in Europe would keep their fish fresh before the invention of refrigeration. Mo also gets to taste Ruth's magical coffee cake that she uses as currency to feed household workmen and to allows her to skip to the front of long lines at the DMV.Read More

10:30 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Mary Gray & The Golden Gals

Mo Rocca meets retired teacher and Fishkill, N.Y., resident Mary Gray and her three dearest friends -- Lillian, Frances and Estelle. The four widows lean on each other for everything and they love to laugh, so family and friends dub them "The Golden Girls." Mary was born in America, but she is of Polish decent, so she teaches Mo how to make multiple varieties of scrumptious pierogi -- some are savory and filled with sauerkraut or meat and some are sweet and filled with blueberries. The episode may or may not end with a polka.Read More

 
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12:00 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Join the very funny Mo Rocca as he learns to cook, and discovers treasured family recipes and stories from grandparents in their kitchens across the country. From a Filipino grandmother's Paella, a Romanian grandfather's Grilled Sausages to Italian born Pop's Focaccia and Rabbit Cacciatore, it's a delicious hour celebrating the American melting pot of food, family and fun.Read More

1:00 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Manee Soohoo - Getting To Know You

Manee Soohoo was born in Thailand and now spends most of her time helping take care of her adorable grandchildren in Harlem, New York. She enlists Mo's help to babysit the kids and also teaches him how to make green curries, and whips up a batch of Pad See Ew for the kids. Despite the fact that Mo has never made Thai food, Manee's grandson gives the dish "five thumbs up."Read More

1:30 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Genevra Higginson - Fine Living

Mo Rocca visits grandmother Genevra Higginson at her elegant three hundred-year-old home in Cohasset, Mass. Cohasset is a coastal village so Mo first digs up clams on a nearby beach and then he and Genevra cook up a hearty, super-fresh batch of clam chowder that they enjoy as a midday snack. The next day, Mo hits the high seas to learn how to pull lobster traps up from the briny deep from seasoned lobstermen. Later, he and Genevra put together a lobster feast using seaweed in its preparation and they make fresh peach ice cream for the Higginson family.Read More

2:00 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Ruth Teig - Jewish Cuisine

Grandmother and math teacher Ruth Teig teaches Mo Rocca how to make classic Jewish cuisine. On the menu is kreplach (or Jewish ravioli) and Ruth's fluffy, modernized version of gefilte fish. Ruth surprises Mo with a large live Carp in her bathtub to teach him how generations of Jews in Europe would keep their fish fresh before the invention of refrigeration. Mo also gets to taste Ruth's magical coffee cake that she uses as currency to feed household workmen and to allows her to skip to the front of long lines at the DMV.Read More

2:30 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Mary Gray & The Golden Gals

Mo Rocca meets retired teacher and Fishkill, N.Y., resident Mary Gray and her three dearest friends -- Lillian, Frances and Estelle. The four widows lean on each other for everything and they love to laugh, so family and friends dub them "The Golden Girls." Mary was born in America, but she is of Polish decent, so she teaches Mo how to make multiple varieties of scrumptious pierogi -- some are savory and filled with sauerkraut or meat and some are sweet and filled with blueberries. The episode may or may not end with a polka.Read More

 
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