Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Eden Eats

Salt Lake City

Eden is ready to eat her way around the world in the beautiful Salt Lake City! She starts her food tour in true British style with authentic fish and chips. Next, she samples authentic Mexican beans and heads to a restaurant that specializes in cuisine from both Kenya and Pakistan. For dinner, Eden explores authentic Tibetan dishes, followed by a late night stop at an Argentinean bakery. She ends her trip with a kick-a spice kick, that is, courtesy of a hot sauce recipe from the Congo. It's been an amazing 24 hours in Salt Lake City; Eden is full and ready for sleep!Read More

8:00 AM

Symon's Suppers

Mom's Recipes

Michael Symon's parents are in the kitchen, stirring up memories and Mom's best recipes. First up, one of Mama Symon's specialities: Italian Braised Beef with Root Vegetables and Rigatoni. On the side, Greek Feta and Cucumber Salad. For dessert, another Greek classic: Baklava. Did Michael behave as a child? Can the Iron Chef keep up with Mom on her signature recipes? Tune in to find out!Read More

8:30 AM

Brunch at Bobby's

Brunch for a Bunch

When company calls, Chef Bobby Flay is always prepared with this crowd-pleasing brunch menu which includes: a Caramelized Onion, Spinach and Gruyere Cheese Strata With Sauteed Cherry Tomatoes; Mini German Pancakes With Apple-Calvados Caramel Sauce and Maple-Dijon-Black Pepper Glazed Bacon. And no brunch party is complete without Bobby's Bloody Mary Bar, featuring flavors, mixers and fillings that will put your bartending skills -- and your taste buds -- to the test.Read More

9:00 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

Dessert Crazy

Bobby Deen takes a trip to Sweet and Sara, where he learns how to make healthy homemade Graham Crackers for his Dark Chocolate and Banana S'mores, using whole wheat flour, no butter, and less sugar. Then, sweets expert and Bobby's buddy, Julia Baker, comes over to get dessert crazy with Cherry-Chocolate Affogato and Upside Down Pineapple Parfaits.Read More

9:30 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

10:00 AM

Donut Showdown

Carnival

Donut-makers Robert from Florida, Carrie from Albuquerque and pastry chef Josie from Montreal compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Carnival" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.Read More

10:30 AM

The Originals with Emeril

Miami

Chef Emeril Lagasse makes his way down to South Florida to explore three original establishments in Miami. He sits down at Joe's Stone Crab in South Beach and learns the history behind the restaurant's signature crustacean dish. He stops by the kitchen to see how Joe's makes its famed Key Lime Pie and discovers why the place was a favorite of G-Men and mobsters alike. Emeril also travels to northwest Miami to taste a true Cuban original, Casa Larios. Find out why a dish translated into English as "fried cow" actually makes Miamians' mouths water. Then Emeril pulls up a stool at the bar that received the very first liquor license in the city -- Tobacco Road. Emeril is in food heaven as he samples ribs and chicken that have been in the Road's own smoker for hours. In fact, he's so happy he sits in on the drums with a local blues band playing at Tobacco Road.Read More

11:00 AM

Taste in Translation

Comfort Food

Mmm...what's better than comfort food? Around the globe, every country can agree it's warm and filling and reminds us of home and the delicious dishes our moms used to make. On this episode, we'll dive into the number one global comfort foods - starting with Swedish cookbook author Anna Harrington to discover a unique, comforting Scandinavian family classic-hint: it's not meatballs! We'll also get acquainted with a Senegalese chef cooking up a scrumptious, hot stew at Cazamance and a comforting breakfast dish from the white hot restaurant Mission Chinese. We'll discover how in England comfort food is a sticky sweet beloved British dessert at Waterloo & City and we'll end our world tour with the all-time favorite American comfort food dish with a twist - bet you can't guess what it is!Read More

 
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11:30 AM

Good Eats

Olive Me

Although small in stature, olives are huge in flavor not to mention that they've changed the course of human history and can change your cooking for the better. Alton will open your eyes to tasty options for olives other than languishing in your martini glass or on an antipasto plate.Read More

12:00 PM

Good Eats

Crustacean Nation

Shrimp cocktail is not just for wedding receptions anymore? you can make it too, once Alton shows you around a shrimp boat and his cousin Ray's shrimp shop.Read More

 
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12:30 PM

Good Eats

Pantry Raid 4: Comb Alone (Honey)

The most mentioned food in the Bible...the only food produced for us by animals... it's a sweetener, it's an antiseptic, it's amazing.Read More

1:00 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

1:30 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

2:00 PM

Man Fire Food

Feasts Over Fire in Hawaii

Roger's first visit to the 50th state promises big fires and big feasts. Right off of Nimitz Highway in Honolulu is family-run restaurant Koala Moa, famous for whole chickens roasted over fire. Roger and owner Chris Shimabukuro burn wood pallets and unopened bags of charcoal in a thirty-five foot rotisserie trailer and cook up over 100 seasoned chickens. At Ma'O Organic Farms in Wai-anae, Roger meets local chef Bob McGee who roasts half a cow over a custom-built metal grill.Read More

2:30 PM

Heat Seekers

Washington, D.C.

In Washington D.C., chefs Aaron Sanchez and Roger Mooking take on a fiery chicken kebab challenge that's so blistering hot, it will force the loser to concede and proclaim the victor the superior Heat Seeker. Plus, spicy Greek gyros drenched in a scorching Harissa sauce, and a spicy spin on the classic D.C. half-smoke.Read More

3:00 PM

Unique Eats

Old School

Yardbird in Miami gives a taste of the true south with its unique fried chicken and fried green tomatoes. Dinic's in Philadelphia's Reading Terminal has been serving up some of the best old school sandwiches to crowds for decades. In New York, old school meats new school at Quality Meats steakhouse, and La Camaronera in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami honors a family seafood tradition.Read More

3:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Austin Hangouts

From an ice cream shop to a pop-up bake sale, we found the best hangouts in Austin, TX to satisfy the sweet tooth. At Lick Ice Creams the flavors of Texas will hit you with each lick. Jump in line at pop-up F&D Bake Sale to try pastries that reinvent American traditions. Cake & Spoon serves personal-sized southern sweets. Delish Bakery serves sugary decadence in downtown Austin.Read More

4:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Straight Up San Antonio

San Antonio has a beautiful river winding through downtown, cool art deco, old Spanish missions and fantastic food. On the colorful and quirky street called St. Mary's, Chuck digs into a new spin on a classic Tex-Mex breakfast, the Chalupa Robert, that Amador Montoya prepares at El Milagrito. At The Monterey, chef Chad Carey demonstrates his high-end take on a Texas football favorite, Frito pie, by smothering a po'boy with smoked pork chili, jalapeno mayo, cheddar and corn chips. At Gwendolyn, Chuck samples chef Michael Sohocki's pre-Industrial cooking and makes braised quail with oyster mushrooms using only tools and methods that existed before 1850. Where St. Mary's crosses the river, Chuck stops in at legendary Biga on the Banks where he samples Chef Bruce Auden's oysters, an ode to Texas' love affair with everything fried.Read More

4:30 PM

The Fabulous Beekman Boys

Beek-Men Boys

With Josh's parents, Jackie & Dave, arriving for a weeklong visit at the Beekman, Josh decides he'd like to see Brent have a closer relationship with Dave. Josh asks his mom to join him in Manhattan, in hopes that Brent's week with Dave will let him experience having a dad for the first time in a long time. At the farm, Dave and Brent embark on their bonding week complete with shotgun lessons and muskrat hunts. But whether Dave can really survive a week with the fussy Brent proves to be the biggest challenge of all.Read More

5:00 PM

Dean & Tori's Backyard Bash

Dean & Tori's Backyard Bash

Inspired by the colorful produce at a local farmstand, Dean McDermott and Tori Spelling decide to throw an impromptu dinner party for their friends. After 6 years of being pregnant and throwing countless kids parties, it is finally time for a grown-up menu. Dean's making Grilled Rack of Lamb with Strawberry Mint Sauce, Orecchiette with Pickled Peaches and Asparagus, Grilled Fruit Sangria, Crostini with Fava and Goat Cheese Puree, Grilled Pound Cake with Macerated Berries and Sylabub, and more! Plus, Tori crafts DIY gifts and decorations for the table. With four kids in the house and 24 hours before guests arrive, the whole family pitches in to pull off a beautiful backyard dinner party.Read More

6:00 PM

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 L.A., 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

6:30 PM

Tripping Out with Alie & Georgia

San Francisco

San Francisco, here they come! BFFs, and partners in comedy, Alie and Georgia head to a city that's close to both of their hearts. They navigate the hilly streets via scooters, check out trivia night at a local pub, where they munch on fish 'n chips wrapped in newspaper, and sample the best Bloody Mary in the city. Back in L.A., the girls throw a trivia party and serve delicious finger food and a signature cocktail inspired by their trip.Read More

7:00 PM

The Freshman Class

Jared's Burden

The freshmen at LCI start to use knives and then are thrown into the kitchen for their first big cooking test. Jared's PTSD begins to undermine him in class. Ben's stress goes through the roof when he has to take on more responsibility at home. Tiffany's daughter, April, considers dropping out of the program, while Tiffany starts a conflict with one of the school's toughest instructors.Read More

7:30 PM

Kevin Sbraga, chef and restaurant owner, renovates and revives failing food truck businesses.Read More

8:00 PM

Cheap Bites

Cheap Bites

New York chef and food writer Eddie Huang takes viewers on a road trip to find America's best food deals. From free pizza in N.Y., to donuts that only cost a quarter in Memphis, Eddie will show us where the best cheap bites are found.Read More

9:00 PM

Unique Eats

Swine

Americans continues to pine over all things swine. Korean restaurant Palsaik in Los Angeles serves bacon in eight different flavors. Martin's Bar-B-Q in Nashville smokes whole hog right in the center of their dining room. At Cemitas Puebla in Chicago, diners sink their teeth on quesadillas stuffed with chicharones or their signature Mexican sandwich stuffed with sliced deli ham, fried pork and grilled pork. NYC's The Cannibal celebrates nose-to-tail eating with their whole slow-roasted half pig's head, whipped lardo toast and boudin noir sausages.Read More

 
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9:30 PM

Unique Eats

Chicken

Whether you like it fried, roasted, grilled or smoked, we've got a chicken dish you will want to sink your teeth into. Two different styles of Korean fried chicken are the delicious draw at Crisp in Chicago. Approximately 5000 people come to Wright's Farm in Rhode Island on the weekend for their ten dollar, all-you-can-eat roast chicken dinner. Romados in Montreal specializes in Portuguese rotisserie grilled chicken that's slathered with a top-secret sauce. And at Hill Country in New York, chickens and game hens are smoked with Texas post oak and the chickens are dunked in a sticky sweet and tangy barbecue sauce.Read More

10:00 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

10:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Cravings

We discover unique versions of the most sought after sweets. Chocolates that have no chocolate, brownies and cookies baked in together in perfect harmony, ice cream that's literally farm to cone, and mini pancakes like you've never seen before. It's what you crave, only better.Read More

11:00 PM

Nadia G's Bitchin' Kitchen

Mad Men(u)

Everybody gets nostalgic about the 50's: great rock n roll, great fashion... Too bad we can't say the same for the food: Aspic, TV dinners, and canned soup casseroles?! ARK! G revamps some 50's classic dishes and reminisces about the good 'ol days (she never experienced.) Pigs in a blanket become Chorizo Corn Dogs served with grainy maple-mustard. For the main: broccoli, wild mushroom, and duck prosciutto casserole smothered in a sharp cheddar cream sauce. Dessert is served with a cherry pie inspired by an 'Old Fashioned' cocktail: sour cherries are stewed with raw sugar, bourbon, and orange bitters. Panos informs us about chorizo. The Spice Agent reports on Orange Bitters. Read More

11:30 PM

Tripping Out with Alie & Georgia

San Francisco

San Francisco, here they come! BFFs, and partners in comedy, Alie and Georgia head to a city that's close to both of their hearts. They navigate the hilly streets via scooters, check out trivia night at a local pub, where they munch on fish 'n chips wrapped in newspaper, and sample the best Bloody Mary in the city. Back in L.A., the girls throw a trivia party and serve delicious finger food and a signature cocktail inspired by their trip.Read More

12:00 AM

Cheap Bites

Cheap Bites

New York chef and food writer Eddie Huang takes viewers on a road trip to find America's best food deals. From free pizza in N.Y., to donuts that only cost a quarter in Memphis, Eddie will show us where the best cheap bites are found.Read More

1:00 AM

Unique Eats

Swine

Americans continues to pine over all things swine. Korean restaurant Palsaik in Los Angeles serves bacon in eight different flavors. Martin's Bar-B-Q in Nashville smokes whole hog right in the center of their dining room. At Cemitas Puebla in Chicago, diners sink their teeth on quesadillas stuffed with chicharones or their signature Mexican sandwich stuffed with sliced deli ham, fried pork and grilled pork. NYC's The Cannibal celebrates nose-to-tail eating with their whole slow-roasted half pig's head, whipped lardo toast and boudin noir sausages.Read More

 
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1:30 AM

Unique Eats

Chicken

Whether you like it fried, roasted, grilled or smoked, we've got a chicken dish you will want to sink your teeth into. Two different styles of Korean fried chicken are the delicious draw at Crisp in Chicago. Approximately 5000 people come to Wright's Farm in Rhode Island on the weekend for their ten dollar, all-you-can-eat roast chicken dinner. Romados in Montreal specializes in Portuguese rotisserie grilled chicken that's slathered with a top-secret sauce. And at Hill Country in New York, chickens and game hens are smoked with Texas post oak and the chickens are dunked in a sticky sweet and tangy barbecue sauce.Read More

2:00 AM

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

2:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Cravings

We discover unique versions of the most sought after sweets. Chocolates that have no chocolate, brownies and cookies baked in together in perfect harmony, ice cream that's literally farm to cone, and mini pancakes like you've never seen before. It's what you crave, only better.Read More

3:00 AM

Nadia G's Bitchin' Kitchen

Mad Men(u)

Everybody gets nostalgic about the 50's: great rock n roll, great fashion... Too bad we can't say the same for the food: Aspic, TV dinners, and canned soup casseroles?! ARK! G revamps some 50's classic dishes and reminisces about the good 'ol days (she never experienced.) Pigs in a blanket become Chorizo Corn Dogs served with grainy maple-mustard. For the main: broccoli, wild mushroom, and duck prosciutto casserole smothered in a sharp cheddar cream sauce. Dessert is served with a cherry pie inspired by an 'Old Fashioned' cocktail: sour cherries are stewed with raw sugar, bourbon, and orange bitters. Panos informs us about chorizo. The Spice Agent reports on Orange Bitters. Read More

3:30 AM

Tripping Out with Alie & Georgia

San Francisco

San Francisco, here they come! BFFs, and partners in comedy, Alie and Georgia head to a city that's close to both of their hearts. They navigate the hilly streets via scooters, check out trivia night at a local pub, where they munch on fish 'n chips wrapped in newspaper, and sample the best Bloody Mary in the city. Back in L.A., the girls throw a trivia party and serve delicious finger food and a signature cocktail inspired by their trip.Read More

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