Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Kelsey's Essentials

Game Day Gourmet

Why make the same game day food year in and year out, when you can create something new? Kelsey visits Marc Matyas of the New York City's Nolita House for a little game day gourmet inspiration. Marc has been experimenting with game day classics. Try spinach artichoke dip wrapped in a spring roll then deep fried -- or bite size balls of mac n' cheese. Fueled by Marc's unique ideas and techniques, Kelsey creates her own game day dishes the gourmet way with Spicy Crab Cake Poppers, Buffalo Chicken Lollies with blue cheese dip, and broiled Sweet Pepper Poppers with goat cheese.Read More

7:30 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

Boys Night

Bobby Deen and his good friend Josh Capon are whipping up some healthy and hearty man food for a good ole boys' night! Bobby learns how to pick out the freshest fish for his Beer Battered Fish and Roasted Fries. Then, he's making Buffalo Wings with a Tangy Cheese Dip that will put hair on every man's chest. It's one Boys' Night you won't want to miss!Read More

8:30 AM

Dinner Impossible

Beg, Borrow and Steal: Tailgating: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine has just FOUR hours to acquire enough food and equipment from tailgaters at a Philadelphia Eagles football game to prepare a gourmet lunch for 40 Eagle Executives. Will he be able to beg, borrow, and steal his way to success or will it be Dinner: Impossible?Read More

9:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Tailgate Showdown

Iron Chefs Morimoto and Symon travel to Hawaii for the first ever Iron Chef America tailgating showdown.Read More

10:00 AM

Best in Chow

Taco Wars Phoenix

Cris Nannarone braves the desert heat in Phoenix, Arizona, all for the love of tacos. Will it be the "Taco Pescado" from Tacos Atoyac, the "Costilla Taco" from Milagro Grill or the "Conchinita Pibil" from Barrio Cafe? This taco-armageddon will bring the heat!Read More

10:30 AM

The Originals with Emeril

New York City

Emeril Lagasse takes a bite out of the Big Apple's classic restaurants. First, he strolls into the Silk Stocking district for some authentic Northern Italian food at Il Vagabondo. After tasting their world famous Veal Parmesan, he competes in a bocce ball match on a court that was built a hundred years ago. Then it's off to King Yum in Flushing's Chinatown to try their butterfly shrimp and savory Wonton Soup, topped off by King Yum's Tiki-themed Zombie, their mind-bending house beverage. Finally, it's off to Keens Steakhouse for their popular Porterhouse steaks and timeless mutton chops under an amazing ceiling covered in old antique tobacco pipes. The pipes are signed by legends such as Babe Ruth and Michael Jackson, and Emeril adds his own autographed pipe to their ninety thousand piece collection.Read More

1:00 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Venetta Lurine Williams - Island Eats

Jamaican born and Bronx, N.Y., resident Venetta Lurine Williams is going to show Mo Rocca how to make some quintessential Jamaican dishes. Jerk chicken could be on the menu or curried ox tail, and there will be mountains of food of it to feed Venetta's very large family. Venetta, a nanny for years, tells Mo about the charity she has created to help give to needy children in her homeland.Read More

1:30 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

2:00 PM

Man Fire Food

Crazy for Chicken

Roger travels across Massachusetts to meet two chefs who are putting a brand new spin on fire-roasted, rotisserie chicken. In Great Barrington, Roger visits The Meat Market which is a butcher shop and restaurant, but also home base for Fire Roasted Catering. Their mobile kitchen is a collection of metal contraptions fueled by wood burning fires, but the one that captures Roger's attention suspends a flock of chickens around a barrel of fire. On Martha's Vineyard, Roger visits Beetlebung Farm where a young farmer throws a dinner party inside a greenhouse and serves a New England feast of chickens, lobsters and whole fish that was cooked over a wood fire.Read More

2:30 PM

Emeril's Florida

Getaway, Go Eat, and Giddy Up

Emeril visits the Omni Orlando at Champions Gate -- one of the top resorts in the Kissimmee area, Chef John's Place, where he samples Chef John Walker's BBQ, Graze, a restaurant in the community of Harmony, and finally, visits to the Kempfer Ranch.Read More

3:00 PM

Unique Eats

New Asian

In Austin, Texas an authentic ramen house is taking classic broths and adding intense flavors that Texans will enjoy. At Pubbelly in Miami the pig is big and served at this gastropub in unique Asian-inspired ways. Traditional Thai food has reached the people of Austin and they couldn't be happier with Sway. And in Brooklyn, Dassara is transforming brunch favorites like bagels and lox into an Asian noodle dish. Read More

3:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Seattle Sweets

Seattle is known for the Space Needle, loud music, and high tech... But these days it's also got a reputation for sublime sweet treats. We visit three hot spots of Seattle's food scene beginning with Fran's Chocolates, which pioneered European-style handmade confections when it opened in 1982 and is now a beloved Seattle institution. Dahlia Bakery is one of legendary Seattle restaurateur Tom Douglas's creations and serves up some of the most incredible pie and doughnuts in the city. Finally we'll stop at Crumble & Flake, a tiny bakery that takes familiar pastries in daring new directions. Read More

4:00 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

4:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Charleston Chew

Between great food and good manners, Charleston, South Carolina, has a lot to brag about. "Holy City" used to be its nickname, but these days "Hungry City" is just as appropriate. Chuck tastes the best of Charleston's rivers, farms, oceans, and marshes where they all converge on King Street. At Grocery, Chef Kevin Johnson roasts softshell crab and fresh asparagus in a wood-fired oven. Chuck discovers the Lowcountry classic Frogmore Stew at Chef Michelle Weaver's elegant Charleston Grill. At Butcher & Bee, Chef Stuart Tracy shows Chuck how to make a sandwich with chorizo and guacamole and then it's off to Glazed for gourmet doughnuts filled with local goat cheese, seasonal berries, and lavender glaze.Read More

5:00 PM

Brian Boitano's Italian Adventure

Brian Boitano's Italian Adventure

Join Brian Boitano as he prepares a memorable feast at his new Italian getaway in Favale di Malvaro, Italy - the town where the Boitanos originated. Travel with Brian through northern Italy in search of his culinary roots, and discover the secrets of what makes northern Italian cuisine so amazing. With the ingredients he finds in the gardens and shops around him, Brian heads back to his kitchen and puts his spin on some simple and delicious Italian recipes: Pasta with Basil Creme Sauce, Grilled Steak with Porcini Mushroom Sauce, Peach Tiramisu, and more! Finally, Brian throws a sunset al fresco feast on his terrace overlooking the beautiful hills of Favale di Malvaro.Read More

6:00 PM

Hook, Line & Dinner

Bimini, Bahamas: Classic

Ben is in the gateway to the Bahamas, Bimini, where he meets Ansil Saunders, a bonefishing icon, who has guided Martin Luther King Jr. and met Queen Elizabeth II. On HLD, Ben and Ansil will try to catch and release a bonefish for sport, and procure a mangrove snapper off the flats for dinner. Bimini Big Game Club Chef, Alvarez Bastian, cooks up some pineapple-encrusted snapper. Ben then goes for lobster with a local diver, Jackie Rolle, before the harvest is brought to local restaurateur Fabian Stuart of Conch and Lobster Shack, where Ben will sample the best lobster salad on the island.Read More

6:30 PM

Hook, Line & Dinner

Bimini, Bahamas: Adventure

Swimming with sharks, tackling an environmentally damaging invasive species, and dining on a potentially tainted fish all adds up to Hook, Line & Dinner's "adventure" episode from the sunny Bahamian islands of Bimini. Along the way Ben meets one of the island's most colorful fishermen and cooks, Bonefish Ebbie, who serves Ben a dish of barracuda, which may or may not be carrying poison. Then Steve Kessel of the local biological research station shows Ben how to hunt for the invasive lionfish, before personally serving up the species to the sharks.Read More

7:00 PM

Eat St.

Pasta With Attitude

Vito's Lotsa Pasta Truck in Hoboken, New Jersey, operated by a full-time police officer, has people pulling over for its build-your-own pasta dishes, cooked to order on the truck. Next, lunch customers dig in at Clover Food Lab in Boston, MA. This mobile truck serving no-meat pita sandwiches, salads, rosemary French fries and blended fruit juices does not advertise the fact that they do not serve meat - and customers do not mind that some of the town's best comfort food is vegetarian. Then, a trip to the World Fare BUStaurant, a mobile double-decker bus in Los Angeles, California satisfies lunch-goers with its South African inspired dishes. Finally, Vancouver, British Columbia's first mobile gourmet food truck, the Roaming Dragon, serves Pan-Asian fare with a West Coast influence. With Dishes like pork belly sliders, fried rice balls, chicken kaarage, and house-made lemonades, customers are following its lead.Read More

7:30 PM

Eat St.

Gold and Great

In San Francisco, we knock on the door at Sam's Chowder House for some of the freshest street food by the bay, like a tasty Maine Lobster Roll and a perfect Shrimp Po Boy. Next stop is Houston, Texas where the Waffle Bus is delivering no-nonsense Chicken & Waffles, a Smores Waffle and even a Strawberry Irish Creme Brulee Waffle for those who dare. Then we rock up in Nashville at the Mere Bulles truck for a little taste of Southern Hospitality that includes a Macaroni and Cheese Burger and Blue Cheese Chips. Lastly it's a pizza emergency in Las Vegas, where the Engine 1 fire truck is putting out hunger one pizza at a time with their Double Stuffed Pepperoni, Barbecue Chicken and yummy dessert varieties.Read More

8:00 PM

Unwrapped

Valentine's Unwrapped

Join host Marc Summers as he explores treats for the most romantic day of the year. See how chocolate is molded into hearts, mixed with champagne, slathered over strawberries and boxed up into the classic Whitman's Sampler, and more.Read More

9:00 PM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Between Bread

There's more to sandwiches than a couple of slices of meat and some cheese! In this episode, Iron Chef Michael Symon demonstrates how Clevelanders eat a Polish Boy Sandwich, Guy Fieri gets to the meat of things in Baltimore, and Aaron McCargo Jr. is torn between two cheese steaks! Find out what your favorite Food Network stars say is "The Best Thing I Ever Ate ... Between Bread!" Read More

9:30 PM

Unique Eats

Hot Lunch Spots

The lunch hour just got a little longer because the dishes at these restaurants are meant to be savored. Perla in New York City's West Village serves rich Italian sandwiches and delicious pizzas. It's all about the unique "baco" sandwich served daily at Baco Mercat in downtown Los Angeles. At Local Three Kitchen and Bar, diners order fast food classics without the guilt because only fresh, top-quality ingredients are used. Merchants Restaurant in downtown Nashville is a quiet retreat from bustling Broadway and serves elegant Southern food.Read More

10:00 PM

Unique Sweets

European Sweets

Today we're getting a sweet taste of Europe right here in the U.S! First we head to Atlanta where the Little Tart Bakeshop rolls out decadently traditional French pastries to a hungry crowd. Then in New York City, the extremely popular Italian restaurant Maialino proves why you really must save room for dessert. And finally, we're off to Seattle where Nielsen's Pastries serves some of the most delightful and most unique Scandinavian treats, with recipes that have barely changed since its Danish owner settled here.Read More

10:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Sweet Crafters

We meet some of America's most imaginative food crafters who are churning out sweet treats. Nashville's Olive & Sinclair makes artisanal chocolates and brittles with a Southern twist. Suck it Sweets & Treats creates cool popsicles and frozen desserts on a stick. It's all about having choices at Cool Haus where customers get to create their own ice cream sandwich combinations. At Culture, fresh and frozen yogurt desserts step into the spotlight.Read More

11:00 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Kathy and George Boulukos - Greek to Me

Kathy and George Boulukos of Freeport, Long Island are as enthusiastic about sailing as they are about Greek cuisine. After hitting the high seas, Kathy shows Mo the ins and outs of filo dough - they make a molded spanakopita and rolled baklava as well as a dish with shrimp and feta.Read More

11:30 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Tom and Mary Napolitano - Cooking Together

Mo Rocca gets a glimpse of the inner workings of a long, successful relationship -- Tom and Mary Napolitano of Nassau County, Long Island have been married for over sixty years. For Tom and Mary cooking and eating together is a big part of building a strong bond. Mo meets the inspirational couple and cooks some classic Italian food -- the main course is manicotti made from scratch and two appetizers, including zucchini flower fritters and figs wrapped in prosciutto. Mary does most of the cooking and Tom does most of the shopping, it's a match made in culinary heaven.Read More

12:00 AM

Unwrapped

Valentine's Unwrapped

Join host Marc Summers as he explores treats for the most romantic day of the year. See how chocolate is molded into hearts, mixed with champagne, slathered over strawberries and boxed up into the classic Whitman's Sampler, and more.Read More

1:00 AM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Between Bread

There's more to sandwiches than a couple of slices of meat and some cheese! In this episode, Iron Chef Michael Symon demonstrates how Clevelanders eat a Polish Boy Sandwich, Guy Fieri gets to the meat of things in Baltimore, and Aaron McCargo Jr. is torn between two cheese steaks! Find out what your favorite Food Network stars say is "The Best Thing I Ever Ate ... Between Bread!" Read More

1:30 AM

Unique Eats

Hot Lunch Spots

The lunch hour just got a little longer because the dishes at these restaurants are meant to be savored. Perla in New York City's West Village serves rich Italian sandwiches and delicious pizzas. It's all about the unique "baco" sandwich served daily at Baco Mercat in downtown Los Angeles. At Local Three Kitchen and Bar, diners order fast food classics without the guilt because only fresh, top-quality ingredients are used. Merchants Restaurant in downtown Nashville is a quiet retreat from bustling Broadway and serves elegant Southern food.Read More

2:00 AM

Unique Sweets

European Sweets

Today we're getting a sweet taste of Europe right here in the U.S! First we head to Atlanta where the Little Tart Bakeshop rolls out decadently traditional French pastries to a hungry crowd. Then in New York City, the extremely popular Italian restaurant Maialino proves why you really must save room for dessert. And finally, we're off to Seattle where Nielsen's Pastries serves some of the most delightful and most unique Scandinavian treats, with recipes that have barely changed since its Danish owner settled here.Read More

2:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Sweet Crafters

We meet some of America's most imaginative food crafters who are churning out sweet treats. Nashville's Olive & Sinclair makes artisanal chocolates and brittles with a Southern twist. Suck it Sweets & Treats creates cool popsicles and frozen desserts on a stick. It's all about having choices at Cool Haus where customers get to create their own ice cream sandwich combinations. At Culture, fresh and frozen yogurt desserts step into the spotlight.Read More

3:00 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Kathy and George Boulukos - Greek to Me

Kathy and George Boulukos of Freeport, Long Island are as enthusiastic about sailing as they are about Greek cuisine. After hitting the high seas, Kathy shows Mo the ins and outs of filo dough - they make a molded spanakopita and rolled baklava as well as a dish with shrimp and feta.Read More

3:30 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Tom and Mary Napolitano - Cooking Together

Mo Rocca gets a glimpse of the inner workings of a long, successful relationship -- Tom and Mary Napolitano of Nassau County, Long Island have been married for over sixty years. For Tom and Mary cooking and eating together is a big part of building a strong bond. Mo meets the inspirational couple and cooks some classic Italian food -- the main course is manicotti made from scratch and two appetizers, including zucchini flower fritters and figs wrapped in prosciutto. Mary does most of the cooking and Tom does most of the shopping, it's a match made in culinary heaven.Read More

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