Program Guide Daily

7:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Brooklyn

We step off the island and head deep into the heart of Brooklyn to find the best donut, ice cream, cookies and cake New York has to offer. Inspired by her Mexican heritage Chef Fany Gerson pushes the flavor combinations into the land of the exotic with hibiscus, passion fruit and even horchata with her doughnuts at Dough. Ample Hills Creamery whips up fun and fanciful small batch artisanal ice cream such as caramel, honey and breakfast cereal. Ovenly is combining salty and sweet with a touch of spice to craft cookies and cakes that are sure to challenge your taste buds. At Robicelli's, familiar desserts like cheese platters, and root beer floats are packaged into cute cupcakes.Read More

8:00 AM

Pitchin' In

Oranges

Most people don't think about all the work that goes into a glass of orange juice. Chef Lynn visits the oldest organic citrus farm in Crescent City, Florida with a mission to highlight oranges and tangelos in every course of a meal. To make sure her dinner is pitch perfect, Lynn also confronts her fear of bees to harvest some orange blossom honey.Read More

8:30 AM

Hungry Girl

Rise and Dine

Skipping breakfast is really not an option: Breakfast gives you energy and allows you to stay fuller longer, and it helps to maintain a healthy weight ... if you do it the HG way. Lisa shares her go-to breakfast dishes including Denver Omelette-in-a-Mug, Double-O-Cinnamon Apple Breakfast Bowl, Cannoli-Stuffed French Toast Nuggets and her amazing Growing Oatmeal Bowl -- you have to see it to believe it. And not enough time to make breakfast at home? No worries! HG shows you how to make good decisions everywhere, even from a convenience store. Lisa also heads to the supermarket to share her top breakfast tips.Read More

9:00 AM

Chuck's Week Off

Cabos

Chuck hits up Cabo San Lucas where he makes a mouth-watering lobster omelet, builds his own disca - a traditional Baja cooking tool made from old farming equipment - goes deep sea fishing and is invited to a barbeque in the middle of the desert where he learns how the locals prepare the catch of the day.Read More

9:30 AM

The Big Cheese

Beer and Cheese

We cannot keep Jason Sobocinski away from his favorite combo - beer and cheese. So he dragged a (not very reluctant) film crew from east to west in search of great ways to mix cheese with beer. On the way, Jason stumbled across terrific variations. Lots of different beers (inevitably), but also outstanding cocktails, including Humboldt Fog Martini - served with an olive stuffed with goat cheese (naturally).Read More

10:00 AM

Spice Goddess

Backyard Party

Bal Arneson creates the perfect dishes for a backyard party - heavenly Mango Mousse Parfaits; warm Sweet Potato Curry with Mussels; grilled Lamb Popsicles with a tangy Cherry and Peach Chutney.Read More

10:30 AM

Cooking for Real

Re-connect with your tasty childhood favorites! Updated for your grown-up palate, this playful menu will satisfy the young and young at heart. Don't forget to bring crayons and games to the table!Read More

11:00 AM

Food(ography)

Mexican

We're getting all hot and spicy with South of the border specialties! Mexican Motorcycle Mama, Silvana Salcido Esparza is making stuffed poblanos, and afterwards we'll fill up at Bachman's Tacos and Grill, Dallas's gas station taqueria with some Trompo tacos! Then Mexican food expert Patricia Jinich makes some Mexican chicken with an Asian persuasion, author Fany Gerson makes some Day of the Dead bread, and Chef Felipe Mendez of La Superior Restaurant brings authentic Mexican street food to the heart of hipster Brooklyn! Arriba!Read More

11:30 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Peggy Guiliano - 'Giving Back

Grandmother and Irish lass Peggy Guiliano of Caldwell, N.J., devotes much of her life to her grandchildren and also to giving back to those in need. Peggy introduces Mo Rocca to the soup kitchen at New Jersey's oldest church -- St. John's in Newark. Mo and Peggy cook up some mean meatloaf and join other church volunteers to feed nearly three hundred hungry people from the neighborhood. Peggy also shows Mo how to make her famous scones, which they also distribute at the church.Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Burgers

Kelsey Nixon shares her essential tips and recipes for the best burgers. Recipes: Asian Chicken Burger With Spicy Lemongrass Mayo and Pickled Asian Slaw, Custom Blend Beef Patty Melt With Pimento Cheese and Rocky Mountain Pastrami Burger.Read More

12:30 PM

French Food at Home

Life's Luxuries

Laura Calder creates a special menu using luxurious ingredients - light Lobster Stew with Spring Vegetables; dainty Cucumber Rolls topped with Roe; sophisticated Foie Gras Tartines; and real Strawberry Ice Cream, with crispy Orange Almond Tuiles.Read More

1:00 PM

Nigella Bites

TV Dinners

At the end of a long day, cooking can seem just like another exhausting chore. So, Nigella shares those simple foods you can face cooking on those days when you just hav to hit the kitchen running. Mozzarella en curtoza is the ultimate TV Dinner. It's quick to make, and you can eat it with your hands. Nigella also shares her Chicken Chorizo and Cannelloni beans with Kale recipe. And for dessert Nigella makes Vanilla Ice Cream with Toasted Pine Nuts and warm Honey.Read More

1:30 PM

Extra Virgin

Bees and Booze Housewarming Party

Debi & G prepare for a housewarming part by learning to make sepciality cocktails then don Bee Keeper outfits to carve out some fresh honeycomb for recipes before coming home to host a housewarming dinner for friends.Read More

2:00 PM

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.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Pasta for Every Season

Italians love pasta no matter what the season. Giada is going to show you how to create pasta dishes that will take you from Winter to Summer and all the in-between seasons.Read More

3:00 PM

Dinner Impossible

Food Court Fiasco

The entire food court in the historic Bourse building in Philadelphia, is taking the day off... and one man is filling in. Robert's mission is to simultaneously open 7 restaurants, with 7 different cuisines in just 8 hours. Robert must work through the night to stock each location with enough food to handle the hundreds of tourists who visit the Bourse each day.Read More

4:00 PM

Dinner Impossible

Lunch Lady Land

Chef Robert helps Episcopal Academy's class of 2007 celebrate their graduation with a meal for six hundred. He will have six hours, three Philadelphia school district lunch ladies and one sous chef. Using the un-prepared food product originally planned for the event, whatever is leftover in the kitchen, and limited funds, Chef will plan his own celebratory buffet for the party. Some of the hurdles he will encounter are: a pop quiz by the head-master, conflicts with the school chef and using pre-ordered food from the school. All of this must be accomplished by the time the graduates make their ceremonial walk to the tent for dinner at 7:30PM.Read More

4:30 PM

Belly Up!

Belly Up!

Eddie Russell is going to change the way America experiences pub food. He's on a pilgrimage to enlighten the cooks, barkeeps and grillers of the nation's watering holes that today's bar food can and should be both delicious and sophisticated. Answering the call from a desperate employee, Eddie swoops in, learns about the establishment's clientele, tasting what they serve in the bar and coming up with new, innovative, enticing bar foods that won't break the budget, but will do just the opposite and bring in more dollars than the traditional, and yes, boring fare. Read More

5:00 PM

Dinner Impossible

The British Cowboy: Cattle Drive: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine hops on the saddle to serve 14 authentic dishes to 500 hungry cowboys and cowgirls on a cattle drive in central Florida. With only seven hours and three open fires, can Robert and his team get the grub to the hungry cowhands, or will it be Dinner Impossible?Read More

5:30 PM

Dinner Impossible

Boot Camp: Military Base Impossible

It will be double time in the kitchen as Robert is given his marching orders. In just 7 hours, Robert must feed 850 tired, hungry, tough Marines. These men have just spent 30 days training in the desert and they are about to be deployed overseas. Can Robert transform government issues staples into a meal to remember, or will this be Dinner Impossible?Read More

6:00 PM

Eat Street

Gorillas, Dogs, Balls and More

First up, there's no monkeying around at the Gorilla Cheese truck in New York, their ooey gooey sandwiches will make you go ape wild with delight. Then, we swing into Phoenix, for some gourmet hot dogs at the Short Leash truck, with menu items like The Aiko, a naan wrapped sausage topped with Mango Chutney or the 7th Innings Stretch, a spicy beer weiner topped with peanut butter, Cracker Jacks, bacon, smouked gouda and barbecue sauce. Next we roll into Las Vegas for some tasty meatballs at the Haulin' Balls truck. With dishes like a Zorba Ballwich, Blue Ball Special and a Porky, the odds of coming away fully satisfied are always in your favor. Finally we visit Nashville to eat at the Mas Tacos Por Favor truck. These tacos are anything but ordinary with varieities such as a Quinoa and Sweet Potato, Cast Iron Chicken or Baha style Tilapia Fish Taco any of which will have you asking for "more tacos, please."Read More

6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Hot Dogs

Pink's Hot Dogs has been a Hollywood Legend since 1939 when Paul and Betty Pink started selling hot dogs from a second hand pushcart for only 10 cents a pop. Now owned by Paul and Betty's children, Richard and Beverly, along with Richard's wife Gloria, Pink's has become the Mecca of the all-American hot dog, with people lining up around the block waiting to get their hands on a made to order Pink's masterpiece. On this episode, Richard, Beverly and Gloria have been told that Food Network is filming a 4th of July special called "Dog Days of Summer," they have no idea that while they serve their juicy dogs to a hungry lunch crowd, Bobby Flay will pull up with his own Hot Dog cart to challenge them to a Throwdown that is all about flavor and speed. Will Bobby's Nacho Dog be able to steal the spotlight from Pink's signature Chili Cheese Dog? Tune in to see who will reign Top Dog.Read More

7:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Coffee Break

Whether it's a donut or a slice of pie, we found the most unique sweets to suit your morning cup o' Joe. Abraco may be small in size, but its morning pastries are packed with big bold flavors like black sesame cardamom spiced cake, and saffron sugar babka. Crespella adds a taste of Italy to your coffee with their crepes flavored and topped with tiramisu, and cannoli. Bang Bang Pie in Chicago bakes decadent pies, from a bountiful blueberry pie to a frozen sage lemon summer pie. Angel Food Bakery in Minneapolis serves indulgence with their coffee in the form of donut bread pudding, and tres leche cupcakes. Read More

7:30 PM

Unwrapped

Old School

On this episode of Unwrapped, we're traveling back in time to re-visit some old school snacks we remember well, like Jello, Funyuns, Dairy Queen and Marshmallow Fluff.Read More

8:00 PM

Eat Street

Yum-Yum

Rosa Bella Cucina in Burbank is first on our plate serving up a variety of Italian deli delights. Then all bets are off in Vegas as we sample the best Dim Sum at the Tasty Bunz truck. Next we feature Cupcakes in Orlando at the Yum Yum truck, whose name says it all. Finally, we treat ourselves to some fantastic fish tacos in Hawaii at Camille's on Wheels.Read More

8:30 PM

Eat Street

Meat New Friends

First up, Eat St rides into Miami, Fla., to get our Mojo on the Go, a big eats truck from the Bayou serving up a 'Gator Tail Basket, Curry Peanut Frog Legs and a mean Smoked Brisket Sandwich. Next we hop on over to Las Vegas, for some sumptuous Sliders from the Sliding Thru truck, where two hipsters reign supreme with tasty items like their Pulled Porky and a Pep Pep. Then we park up at Sanguchon in San Francisco, for some five-star Peruvian cuisine sampling Pollo a la Brasa and Lomo Saltado. Finally we high tail it to Phoenix, where the Hey Joe truck is bringing an arsenal of traditional Filipino cuisine to the streets firing off dishes such as Sizzling Pork Sisig, Deep Fried Pork Belly and even a unique Fertilized Duck Egg.Read More

9:00 PM

Eat Street

The Truck Stops Here

W.O.W. - we begin at the Wonderlicious On Wheels truck in Atlanta whose south American inspired snacks are the talk of the town. Smoked Pork Arepas, Sauteed Shrimp Cakes and a knock out Kwanza Bowl will have you saying wow too. Next is a truly beefed up menu at Hoss' Loaded Burgers in Nashville, where cheese stuffed, grass fed burgers or a vegan patty are driving the locals crazy with delight; gouda, cheddar and blue cheese infusions help seal the deal. Then it's time for some big, bad, gourmet Italian comfort food at The Tasting Spoon truck in Orange County such as Crispy Buttermilk Marinated Calamari, Arancini and even a Foie Grass Slider. Last stop is at the Devilicious truck in San Diego, food so good, it's bad; a Butter Poached Lobster Grilled Cheese sandwich, Chili Cheddar Stuffed Jalape?os and Spicy Tuna Nachos will satisfy the most hellish of appetites.Read More

9:30 PM

Eat Street

Pierogies to Pizza

In Hoboken, New Jersey, Stefania's Pierogi Truck - named after the owner's 86 year old grandmother - is serving up traditional Polish dishes by Granny herself. Next, viewers find out how Veraci Pizza in Seattle, Washington bakes gourmet thin crust pizzas in less than 90 seconds in its mobile wood burning pull-cart oven. Then, for a helping of Colombian style sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs, Eat St. heads to the Yellow Submarine in Miami, Florida. And finally, For Mexican-West Coast fusion cuisine, it is off to TacoFino Cantina on the wild west coast in Tofino, British Columbia.Read More

10:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Santa Fe Spice Up

Santa Fe is one of America's oldest cities, and, in every bite, you can taste its history - native culture, Spaniards who founded the city, the Old West, and the artists, writers, and chefs who came from everywhere else. Chuck's first stop is on Water Street at Coyote Cafe to try a dish rooted in the American West, chef Eric DiStefano's elk tenderloin marinated in hoisin and beer. At Rooftop Pizzeria, Chuck dives into chef Russell Thornton's Southwest pizza with its signature blue-corn crust and green chiles. After a tour of New Mexico's most famous food, chile, Chuck answers the state question at Chris Beck's Chile Shop: red or green? Finally, Chuck and chef Katherine Kagal of Cafe Pasqual's make a roasted turkey and sides in a unique outdoor oven, but not before hand making the pottery in which it cooks.Read More

10:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Food with a View

In cold remote Alaska, the views are amazing as the food. Chuck heads to Fourth Avenue to sample local favorites like traditional Russian dumplings called pelmenis and reindeer sausage (sorry Santa!). After Chuck goes fishing for salmon, Chef Reuben Gerber applies exceptional creativity to the native ingredient, pan-searing the fish with an orange gastrique high above the city in the Crow's Nest restaurant. Finally, Chuck enjoys a sweet rhubarb and strawberry popsicle from Kaity Reiley's vintage bike equipped with a cooler side car, called PopCycle. Even in summer the goodness of Alaska is best enjoyed frozen!Read More

11:00 PM

Unique Eats

Hotlanta

Atlanta is a hotbed for unique eats. Heirloom Market BBQ brings together Korean and American barbecue in a quirky roadside eatery. Seafood dishes are brought to delicious new heights at swank newcomer The Optimist. Cozy corner restaurant One Eared Stag serves edgy American food. And Abattoir adds global touches to Southern dishes.Read More

11:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Rise & Shine

From morning pastries to inventive brunch items, we cover the most delicious morning sweets. At Darling Coffee you can get your morning brew paired with delicious hand-crafted morning sweets. Clementine Bakery creates vegan pastries that pack major flavor into each bite. Short Cake turns traditional American sweets upside dow. Sky Blue Cafe is a hip Nashville brunch spot that will satisfy everyone's craving for pancakes and French toast. Read More

12:00 AM

Eat Street

Yum-Yum

Rosa Bella Cucina in Burbank is first on our plate serving up a variety of Italian deli delights. Then all bets are off in Vegas as we sample the best Dim Sum at the Tasty Bunz truck. Next we feature Cupcakes in Orlando at the Yum Yum truck, whose name says it all. Finally, we treat ourselves to some fantastic fish tacos in Hawaii at Camille's on Wheels.Read More

12:30 AM

Eat Street

Meat New Friends

First up, Eat St rides into Miami, Fla., to get our Mojo on the Go, a big eats truck from the Bayou serving up a 'Gator Tail Basket, Curry Peanut Frog Legs and a mean Smoked Brisket Sandwich. Next we hop on over to Las Vegas, for some sumptuous Sliders from the Sliding Thru truck, where two hipsters reign supreme with tasty items like their Pulled Porky and a Pep Pep. Then we park up at Sanguchon in San Francisco, for some five-star Peruvian cuisine sampling Pollo a la Brasa and Lomo Saltado. Finally we high tail it to Phoenix, where the Hey Joe truck is bringing an arsenal of traditional Filipino cuisine to the streets firing off dishes such as Sizzling Pork Sisig, Deep Fried Pork Belly and even a unique Fertilized Duck Egg.Read More

1:00 AM

Eat Street

The Truck Stops Here

W.O.W. - we begin at the Wonderlicious On Wheels truck in Atlanta whose south American inspired snacks are the talk of the town. Smoked Pork Arepas, Sauteed Shrimp Cakes and a knock out Kwanza Bowl will have you saying wow too. Next is a truly beefed up menu at Hoss' Loaded Burgers in Nashville, where cheese stuffed, grass fed burgers or a vegan patty are driving the locals crazy with delight; gouda, cheddar and blue cheese infusions help seal the deal. Then it's time for some big, bad, gourmet Italian comfort food at The Tasting Spoon truck in Orange County such as Crispy Buttermilk Marinated Calamari, Arancini and even a Foie Grass Slider. Last stop is at the Devilicious truck in San Diego, food so good, it's bad; a Butter Poached Lobster Grilled Cheese sandwich, Chili Cheddar Stuffed Jalape?os and Spicy Tuna Nachos will satisfy the most hellish of appetites.Read More

1:30 AM

Eat Street

Pierogies to Pizza

In Hoboken, New Jersey, Stefania's Pierogi Truck - named after the owner's 86 year old grandmother - is serving up traditional Polish dishes by Granny herself. Next, viewers find out how Veraci Pizza in Seattle, Washington bakes gourmet thin crust pizzas in less than 90 seconds in its mobile wood burning pull-cart oven. Then, for a helping of Colombian style sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs, Eat St. heads to the Yellow Submarine in Miami, Florida. And finally, For Mexican-West Coast fusion cuisine, it is off to TacoFino Cantina on the wild west coast in Tofino, British Columbia.Read More

2:00 AM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Santa Fe Spice Up

Santa Fe is one of America's oldest cities, and, in every bite, you can taste its history - native culture, Spaniards who founded the city, the Old West, and the artists, writers, and chefs who came from everywhere else. Chuck's first stop is on Water Street at Coyote Cafe to try a dish rooted in the American West, chef Eric DiStefano's elk tenderloin marinated in hoisin and beer. At Rooftop Pizzeria, Chuck dives into chef Russell Thornton's Southwest pizza with its signature blue-corn crust and green chiles. After a tour of New Mexico's most famous food, chile, Chuck answers the state question at Chris Beck's Chile Shop: red or green? Finally, Chuck and chef Katherine Kagal of Cafe Pasqual's make a roasted turkey and sides in a unique outdoor oven, but not before hand making the pottery in which it cooks.Read More

2:30 AM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Food with a View

In cold remote Alaska, the views are amazing as the food. Chuck heads to Fourth Avenue to sample local favorites like traditional Russian dumplings called pelmenis and reindeer sausage (sorry Santa!). After Chuck goes fishing for salmon, Chef Reuben Gerber applies exceptional creativity to the native ingredient, pan-searing the fish with an orange gastrique high above the city in the Crow's Nest restaurant. Finally, Chuck enjoys a sweet rhubarb and strawberry popsicle from Kaity Reiley's vintage bike equipped with a cooler side car, called PopCycle. Even in summer the goodness of Alaska is best enjoyed frozen!Read More

3:00 AM

Unique Eats

Hotlanta

Atlanta is a hotbed for unique eats. Heirloom Market BBQ brings together Korean and American barbecue in a quirky roadside eatery. Seafood dishes are brought to delicious new heights at swank newcomer The Optimist. Cozy corner restaurant One Eared Stag serves edgy American food. And Abattoir adds global touches to Southern dishes.Read More

3:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Rise & Shine

From morning pastries to inventive brunch items, we cover the most delicious morning sweets. At Darling Coffee you can get your morning brew paired with delicious hand-crafted morning sweets. Clementine Bakery creates vegan pastries that pack major flavor into each bite. Short Cake turns traditional American sweets upside dow. Sky Blue Cafe is a hip Nashville brunch spot that will satisfy everyone's craving for pancakes and French toast. Read More

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