Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Iron Chef America Countdown

Kitchen Stadium Nightmares

From battle disasters to daunting ingredients, the scariest Kitchen Stadium tales are told.Read More

7:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Cakes

We're returning the favor and celebrating cakes in every form, flavor and size. Take a slice of inspired, traditional French cakes from New York City, over-the-top masterpieces from a San Francisco mainstay, Seattle's best delicate and exotic coffee cakes or out-of-the-box cupcakes. Cakes never deserved their pedestal more.Read More

8:00 AM

Alex believes food tastes so much better when it's enjoyed with friends AND when it's easy to put together. Alex starts with a delicious beef filling for her burritos by marinating skirt steak in way too many peppercorns. And for something to chill down your mouth, Alex pops wedges of iceberg lettuce into the freezer and pulls them out at that perfectly cool temperature. Each wedge is slathered in a champagne vinegar dressing. For dessert a simple Creme caramel, that is cool and caramel-y without being too sweet or heavy. It's a light and naughty dessert. Read More

9:00 AM

Viva Daisy!

Ladies Lunch

Daisy makes a simple, elegant lunch to share with the girls. A buttery avocado stuffed with citrusy crabmeat salad opens the meal on a bright note; a veggie-laden Spanish tortilla is satisfying and easy to make ahead. Her quick salad of crunchy Jicama, creamy black beans and sweet mango rounds out the afternoon menu.Read More

9:30 AM

If you want to impress with baking, Lorraine's got it covered. First a beautiful Tomato and Basil Tarte Tatin that is both simple and stunning. Classic French bread gets a Spanish make over with chorizo and thyme fougasse. Lorraine's unlocking the secrets to an amazing three-tier red velvet cake. It may sound scary, but with Lorraine's professional know-how it really is baking made easy.Read More

10:00 AM

Spice Goddess

Inspired Indian Flavors

Bal Arneson creates an inspired Indian menu - Baked, not fried, Samosas with Tamarind Chutney; a creamy Indian cheese called Paneer and bite-sized Paneer Pakoras; colorful Avocado and Edamame Salad; and a warm Soothing Yam Soup.Read More

10:30 AM

Cooking for Real

West Indian Love Letter

Today's menu is Sunny's love letter to the West Indies that stole her heart. Nore's Slumbo, Codfish Puppies and Sans Souci Punch bring back memories she can share at the table. Read More

11:00 AM

"I'm amazed at how some foods intimidate people... you know, Foie Gras, Caviar, and the big one these days, Truffles... People love them to try them at the restaurant, but at home? Hold up...! Even I was slow to get on the truffle train, as soon as I heard Paolo, my truffle guy...or as I like to call him, 'my truffle dealer' talk about how much he loves them, any worries I had were blown away. The truth is that once you figure out how to use them, you'll never look back! Anyhow, I'm really excited to have Paolo and his partner down for a great meal today to enjoy a couple dishes inspired by their truffles."Read More

11:30 AM

Tripping Out with Alie & Georgia

California Desert

It's a "groove and rejuve" weekend for BFF's Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark, when they hit the dusty trail and head to Joshua Tree in the California desert. They seek spiritual awakening through a desert guru and experience their first mud bath. Along the way they sample some famous local food like the date shake and date burger. Back home, in LA, the girls throw a party that's inspired by their desert adventure: s'more buffet, mini date meatballs and a signature sage cocktail. Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Seafood

Kelsey shares her essential tips for cooking seafood. Recipes: Roasted Whole Black Sea Bass With Herbed Israeli Couscous, Crispy Skin Arctic Char With Butter Braised Cabbage and Oyster Chowder.Read More

12:30 PM

French Food at Home

Cooking with Wine

Wine is an indispensable ingredient in all French kitchens. Demonstrating with reds and whites, Laura makes Eggs in a Burgundian Wine Sauce; creamy Coq au Riesling; pale sweet Orange Peel Wine; brilliant Red Cabbage with Red Wine; and a fresh and fizzy Champagne Berry Soup.Read More

1:00 PM

When it comes to cooking Nigella finds inspiration anywhere and everywhere. San Francisco inspired the saintly sourdough croutons that adorn her Spatchcocked Poussin with baby leaf salad. TV inspired the fabulously kitsch and kooky Grasshopper Pie, and for a spectacularly quick and tasty supper Nigella brings you Korean Calamari a recipe that came to her whilst partaking in another favourite pastime, shopping.Read More

 
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1:30 PM

David Rocco's Dolce Vita

The Wine Harvest

Welcome to Chianti - one of Italy's most famous wine regions. Here in the verdant rolling hills of Tuscany is Castello di Trebbio, a historic 11th century castle now owned by Anna, Stefano and their family. They produce some of the best wine and olive oil in the area. David tours the grounds, takes part in the grape harvest and makes some dishes using their wine and grapes.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Giada demonstrates some easy and impressive ways to make weeknight cocktails a glamorous treat.Read More

2:30 PM
3:00 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Off to the Races

Inspired by his love of horse racing, Bobby's brunch menu will get you ready to head off to the races in Kentucky Derby style with Country Ham and Fried Eggs served on homemade Angel Biscuits, a Southern staple. He flips Silver Dollar Buttermilk-Pecan Pancakes and serves them with a Bourbon Molasses Butter that would make any Derby goer melt! And for a photo finish, a Southern favorite, Blackberry Iced Tea mixed with some authentic Kentucky Bourbon.Read More

3:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Beach-y Keen Brunch

Bobby Flay takes a "stay-cation" to the tropics in this Island-inspired brunch. He uses the brightest and boldest flavors in his Jerk Pork Belly and Sweet Potato Hash With Fried Eggs, Coconut Waffles With Chocolate Maple Syrup and Bananas and a Tropical Fruit Salad With Ginger Syrup. And to make it really feel like a tropical vacation, he'll shake up some Grapefruit Mojitos.Read More

4:00 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

4:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Jerk Chicken

Who says a feather boa doesn't belong in the kitchen, says Angela Shelf edearis, a.k.a. The Kitchen Diva. Although known for her zany sense of humor and her award winning children's books, what makes Angela really special is her passion and skill for Jerk Chicken. The Diva is in for a surprise when Bobby rolls up on her family picnic for a Jerk Chicken Throwdown. Will it be Bobby's spicy dry rub or Kitchen Diva's hot marinade that takes the top prize? A group of tough judges in a blind taste test will be the ones to dole out the highest honor.Read More

5:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Steak

Eric Dominijanni, a.k.a. Captain D. is a proud marine with a mission, to grill his award winning steaks as a morale booster to his men who have trained hard at the California Marine base in Twenty Nine Palms. Captain D, a New York native, will grill at his camp in the middle of the sweltering California desert, making his famous hot and tangy New York strip steaks for some very hungry marines. What nobody knows is that Bobby Flay will roll up and challenge him to a Steak Throwdown! Will Bobby be able to stand the heat and come out victorious, or will Captain D and his marines prove to have the ultimate command of the grill? Tune in for one of the hottest Throwdowns of the season!Read More

5:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Shrimp and Grits

As a young boy growing up in Georgia, Joe Barnett always loved his mom's shrimp and grits. Today, with his own spin on this southern favorite, Joe is cleaning up at amateur cook-offs. At the Jekyll Island Shrimp and Grits Festival, he won best in show in 2006 and for the last three years, his dish has won the People's Choice Award. A custom drapery designer by day, Joe spends his free time in the kitchen, perfecting his award winning shrimp and grits. Joe thinks he is being featured on a Food Network series called "COOK-OFF KINGS": a show that spotlights America's blue ribbon winners in regional cooking competitions. For this Throwdown, Bobby will take his Bar Americain shrimp and grits dish and win the hearts of the small town of Washington, Georgia. That's 4,000 people rooted in good old fashioned shrimp and grits to one big city recipe. Read More

6:00 PM

Eat St.

Planet Food

We begin by rolling into Los Angeles for a taste of Central America at Lidia's Dominican Truck, serving authentic Dominican delights such as Pernil Roasted Pork with Maduros and Wasakaka Chicken with arroz con Guandules. Then we get globally inspired at the Gastronomo Vagabundo truck in Toronto, where world cuisine is fused into dishes that are out of this world such as a Pickled Lamb Tongue coated with Egyptian Dukkah and a Tempura Fish Taco with Trinidadian hot sauce. Next it's a trip to Austin, Texas for some classic Fish 'n' Chips at the Bits & Druthers truck with fish coated in the crunchiest beer batter around. Finally we cap it all off with a trip to Washington, DC to meet and eat with The Fojol Brothers, a traveling carnival of Ethiopian inspired cuisine such as Beef Berbere and Collard Greens with Injera bread.Read More

6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Cuban Roast Pork

When Roberto Guerra moved to Miami from Cuba, he found a city passionate about all things Cuban, especially the food. He helped his father start a successful catering company and together they developed an ingenious roasting vessel called La Caja China. Roberto has invited Food Network to participate in a big outdoor Cuban BBQ, where he'll use La Caja China to cook his renowned Cuban Roast Pork. It's marinated in a tangy mojo, and cooked till crispy on the outside and succulent on the inside. But, Roberto has no idea that an uninvited guest - Bobby Flay - is rolling into town with his own Caja China and a challenge to a Roast Pork Throwdown! At this party, the warm flavors of Cuba are spiced with heated competition. Whose pork will pack the biggest punch?Read More

7:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Pies

Pies, are anything but humble in the hands of these innovative bakers. Whether it's a Seattle shop that imagines pies on sticks or in jars, a San Francisco baker who likes his pies on the spicy side, or pies both deliciously peculiar and uniquely down-home coming from New York City, the pie has arrived.Read More

 
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7:30 PM

Unwrapped

Food Machines

Today we're taking a look at the machines behind producing our favorite foods. Grab a ticket to an expo displaying revolutionary food machinery, see how lasers are getting rid of fruit stickers and visit a company building donut machines. Next, meet a designer creating one-of-a-kind utensils, and discover how Viking makes custom-designed oven ranges. Finally, uncover the hidden mysteries of how a garbage disposer really works.Read More

8:00 PM

Man Fire Food

South American Grilling

Roger meets two chefs celebrating Argentina's Asado and Brazil's Churrasco in northern California. At Farmstead Restaurant in St. Helena, Chef Stephen Barber built a "live fire" cook area, complete with an eighty-five gallon cauldron, planchas, and metal crosses for Argentinian Asado. Roger and Stephen slow cook spring lamb seasoned with Mediterranean flavors. In Healdsburg, Roger and Mateo Granados, chef of Mateo's Cocina Latina, build an outdoor oven out of bricks and cinder blocks. A large pile of local Manzanita wood is piled in the oven, drizzled with pork fat which serves as natural lighter fluid, and then lit to create coals. Marinated whole ducks, pork loins and leg of lamb are placed onto large Brazilian skewers and cooked on top of the outdoor oven. Read More

8:30 PM

Man Fire Food

South Carolina Surf and Turf

Charleston, South Carolina is one of America's top dining destinations, but for traditional whole hog barbecue and low-country oyster roasts, Roger leaves the city and heads into the country. Hemingway is a small town located about eighty miles from Charleston, and is home to Scott's Bar-B-Q. Roger meets pit master Rodney Scott who has been cooking whole hog since he was eleven years old. The smoke-filled pit room can cook up to fourteen hogs. Rodney's mom Ella is in charge of pulling the pork and seasoning it with their secret sauce. Then in fishing town McClellanville, Roger meets Oliver Thames who invented a unique oyster roaster. Local cluster oysters are piled over a metal sheet positioned over a firebox. Blankets of wet burlap rest on top of the oysters which help them steam open.Read More

9:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

G's West Coast

G. heads west for a culinary adventure that begins in Vegas. First stop is Eat, where Chef Natalie Young adds a little Southern comfort to her menu and serves up a chicken-fried steak meal that will satisfy even the hungriest patron. Then it's off to Los Angeles to Grub to meet two fun and spunky female chefs who've taken breakfast to a new level with their Big Flippin' Pancake and Ooh La La Egg Sandwich. G. wraps up this road trip with a stop at Feed Body and Soul in Venice where he samples an amazing Sweet Potato Spread and a rotisserie pork loin, then washes it down with an organic cocktail called The Bee's Knees.Read More

9:30 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

New Jersey

G. is touring Hoboken, N.J., with a food scene that rivals neighbor New York's. Chef Wally Weaver of 3Forty Grill shares his special recipe for braised short rib. At Cava Winery owners Deneah and Anthony give G. a tasting before he and Chef Michael use the Cava wine to cook a flavorful fish entree. Last, G. visits Jersey institution Dickie Dee's where he sees how they make their famous Italian Hot Dog.Read More

10:00 PM

Guy's Big Bite

Guy's Family Reunion

Guy Fieri throws the ultimate family reunion in Nags Head, N.C. Family means everything to Guy and he shows it, pulling out all the stops to make for a memorable reunion. Surrounded by dozens of his family and relatives, Guy cooks up a storm and plays just as hard. Throughout the week, every meal is an event with the family pitching in, whipping up Oyster and Chicken Po' Boys, creatively Stuffed French Toast, delicious Mahi Mahi Tacos, and even a full on Outer Banks Crab Boil. Balancing out the food are family games on the beach, deep sea fishing, and even crabbing in the sound. From interviews with family members, to candid moments with Guy, this is a rare inside look at one of Food Network's biggest stars.Read More

11:00 PM

Eat St.

Aloha, Portland

First up, we say "Aloha" to the 808 Grinds truck in Portland, Ore., for some delicious Hawaiian food. Serving up Loco Moco, Fried Chicken and Spam Musabi, it's like a vacation for your taste buds. Then we race over to Indianapolis to the Scratch truck where everything is made from Scratch like their Grilled Cheese featuring red wine braised short rib, caramelized onions and arugula. Next, we hot foot it over to Houston, Texas, to the St John's Fire truck for some smokin' good fish dishes like a Shrimp Corn Dog and Seafood Martini with marinated veggies, fresh shrimp and crawfish. Finally, we ride into Louisville, Ky., to Mozza Pi to experience the best wood fired, artisan pizzas off the back of a truck from the coolest guy in cowboy hat. Good enough for at least two yee-haas.Read More

11:30 PM

Eat St.

Purple Carrots

First up is a trip to Lansing, Michigan where we get tempted by the Purple Carrot truck, farm fresh feasting at its finest. Then we're rolling into Miami, Florida for a quick Sugar Rush sampling deep fried cupcakes and milkshakes with added cake! From there we head to San Francisco where an old school bus has been given a make-over, called Le Truc this is a mobile dining experience offering gourmet style street food to the hungry masses. Finally we stampede over to Calgary for some revolutionary curb side cuisine with the Perogy Boyz truck.Read More

12:00 AM

Man Fire Food

South American Grilling

Roger meets two chefs celebrating Argentina's Asado and Brazil's Churrasco in northern California. At Farmstead Restaurant in St. Helena, Chef Stephen Barber built a "live fire" cook area, complete with an eighty-five gallon cauldron, planchas, and metal crosses for Argentinian Asado. Roger and Stephen slow cook spring lamb seasoned with Mediterranean flavors. In Healdsburg, Roger and Mateo Granados, chef of Mateo's Cocina Latina, build an outdoor oven out of bricks and cinder blocks. A large pile of local Manzanita wood is piled in the oven, drizzled with pork fat which serves as natural lighter fluid, and then lit to create coals. Marinated whole ducks, pork loins and leg of lamb are placed onto large Brazilian skewers and cooked on top of the outdoor oven. Read More

12:30 AM

Man Fire Food

South Carolina Surf and Turf

Charleston, South Carolina is one of America's top dining destinations, but for traditional whole hog barbecue and low-country oyster roasts, Roger leaves the city and heads into the country. Hemingway is a small town located about eighty miles from Charleston, and is home to Scott's Bar-B-Q. Roger meets pit master Rodney Scott who has been cooking whole hog since he was eleven years old. The smoke-filled pit room can cook up to fourteen hogs. Rodney's mom Ella is in charge of pulling the pork and seasoning it with their secret sauce. Then in fishing town McClellanville, Roger meets Oliver Thames who invented a unique oyster roaster. Local cluster oysters are piled over a metal sheet positioned over a firebox. Blankets of wet burlap rest on top of the oysters which help them steam open.Read More

1:00 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

G's West Coast

G. heads west for a culinary adventure that begins in Vegas. First stop is Eat, where Chef Natalie Young adds a little Southern comfort to her menu and serves up a chicken-fried steak meal that will satisfy even the hungriest patron. Then it's off to Los Angeles to Grub to meet two fun and spunky female chefs who've taken breakfast to a new level with their Big Flippin' Pancake and Ooh La La Egg Sandwich. G. wraps up this road trip with a stop at Feed Body and Soul in Venice where he samples an amazing Sweet Potato Spread and a rotisserie pork loin, then washes it down with an organic cocktail called The Bee's Knees.Read More

1:30 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

New Jersey

G. is touring Hoboken, N.J., with a food scene that rivals neighbor New York's. Chef Wally Weaver of 3Forty Grill shares his special recipe for braised short rib. At Cava Winery owners Deneah and Anthony give G. a tasting before he and Chef Michael use the Cava wine to cook a flavorful fish entree. Last, G. visits Jersey institution Dickie Dee's where he sees how they make their famous Italian Hot Dog.Read More

2:00 AM

Guy's Big Bite

Guy's Family Reunion

Guy Fieri throws the ultimate family reunion in Nags Head, N.C. Family means everything to Guy and he shows it, pulling out all the stops to make for a memorable reunion. Surrounded by dozens of his family and relatives, Guy cooks up a storm and plays just as hard. Throughout the week, every meal is an event with the family pitching in, whipping up Oyster and Chicken Po' Boys, creatively Stuffed French Toast, delicious Mahi Mahi Tacos, and even a full on Outer Banks Crab Boil. Balancing out the food are family games on the beach, deep sea fishing, and even crabbing in the sound. From interviews with family members, to candid moments with Guy, this is a rare inside look at one of Food Network's biggest stars.Read More

3:00 AM

Eat St.

Aloha, Portland

First up, we say "Aloha" to the 808 Grinds truck in Portland, Ore., for some delicious Hawaiian food. Serving up Loco Moco, Fried Chicken and Spam Musabi, it's like a vacation for your taste buds. Then we race over to Indianapolis to the Scratch truck where everything is made from Scratch like their Grilled Cheese featuring red wine braised short rib, caramelized onions and arugula. Next, we hot foot it over to Houston, Texas, to the St John's Fire truck for some smokin' good fish dishes like a Shrimp Corn Dog and Seafood Martini with marinated veggies, fresh shrimp and crawfish. Finally, we ride into Louisville, Ky., to Mozza Pi to experience the best wood fired, artisan pizzas off the back of a truck from the coolest guy in cowboy hat. Good enough for at least two yee-haas.Read More

3:30 AM

Eat St.

Purple Carrots

First up is a trip to Lansing, Michigan where we get tempted by the Purple Carrot truck, farm fresh feasting at its finest. Then we're rolling into Miami, Florida for a quick Sugar Rush sampling deep fried cupcakes and milkshakes with added cake! From there we head to San Francisco where an old school bus has been given a make-over, called Le Truc this is a mobile dining experience offering gourmet style street food to the hungry masses. Finally we stampede over to Calgary for some revolutionary curb side cuisine with the Perogy Boyz truck.Read More

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