Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Iron Chef America Countdown

It Came From the Future

Science and food collide as visionary chefs create the most inventive dishes in Kitchen Stadium history.Read More

7:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Classic Twists

We discover classics desserts that have been pushed into uncharted territory. Pies and cakes turned into cookies, ice cream made from goat's milk, salt water taffy that stretches the rules, and pies that are renowned - and served raw.Read More

8:00 AM

Alex's Day Off

Brunch

Brunch is Alex's favorite meal of the week and a great time to have fun with food in the kitchen. Alex starts with some simple popovers, topping them with creamy homemade ricotta. Next, a goopy fried egg paired with some old school ground pork patties. Shaped like mini hamburgers, these spicy pork patties are mixed with chili flakes and fennel seeds, then fried in a skillet. For a refreshing brunch drink, she mixes a grapefruit and vodka cocktail. Read More

8:30 AM

The Fabulous Beekman Boys

Black Sheep of the Family

Wanting to spend some time together away from work and the farm, Josh tries to convince Brent to take a vacation. Brent surprisingly agrees, but only because he has arranged for he and Josh to adopt Black Welsh sheep, not only for their farm, but a pair for Martha Stewart as well. Though it sounds more like a chore than a relaxing getaway, Josh reluctantly agrees to take a road trip from North Carolina to Martha's Bedford estate with four very noisy lambs in tow. But when they arrive in Brent's home state and Brent refuses to visit his nearby grandparents, Josh begins to worry that their relationship has caused Brent to become estranged from his family.Read More

9:00 AM

Symon's Suppers

Comforting Classics

Michael Symon prepares his favorite comfort food menu, and visits the chef who inspired it all. Roasted Chicken pops with vibrant Salsa Verde, and Fried Potatoes with Spicy Aioli are satisfyingly crunchy and creamy. For dessert, Michael's untraditional technique for molten chocolate cakes renders warm chocolate heaven in minutes. A glass of Rose wine is the perfect pairing for this simple, comforting meal. Read More

9:30 AM

Simply Baking

So Easy

Lorraine Pascale is a brand new talent in the kitchen and she's shaking up baking in this first episode of her new series, Simply Baking. The show kicks off with a feat of baking engineering, Parmesan and poppy seed lollipops that are actually one of the simplest and fastest things you can bake. Then it's time for some insider know how as Lorraine goes through her baker's dozen of essentials kit. Then back to the kitchen for Soda Bread - no kneading, no rising, no effort - fresh bread doesn't get easier than this. Even classic French patisserie gets the easy treatment. Lorraine's Blueberry and Lemon Millefeuille are totally divine and full of incredible shortcuts. She's sharing her basic recipe for shortcrust pastry, which makes a fantastic case for a stunning Fig, Cream Cheese and Mint Tart. If you want to impress with baking, look no further than the "I Can't Believe You Made That!" Cake, It's chocolaty, stunning to look at, heavenly to eat and of course, so easy.Read More

 
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11:00 AM

Chuck's Day Off

The Butchers

"Trust your butcher. It's one of the first things I was taught and a great rule to live by in the restaurant world... I'm a seafood lover, but if a solid steak, beautiful sausages, or gorgeous lamb chops don't get you salivating I feel sorry for you. I've known my butchers for years... I worked at their sausage shop when I was a teenager! I've been meaning to catch up with these guys for years, and today's the day."Read More

11:30 AM

How to Live to 100

How to Live to 100

Detroit-born chef, Jason Wrobel, dishes up a sublime fusion of food and humor as host of the new Cooking Channel special, How To Live To 100. Known as the "King of Superfoods," which are powerful ingredients proven to increase your longevity, Jason turns up the heat and whips them up into culinary masterpieces.Read More

12:00 PM

Not My Mama's Meals

It's Brunch Time

Bobby Deen learns how to make healthy Corn Waffles at Waffle and Wolf, that are delicious and nutritious. Then, Bobby's fitness guru friend, Allison Hagendorf, swings by to help Bobby in the kitchen with his waffle topping, a vegetable filled Ratatouille that'll make your mouth water! Bobby also whips up a Kale and Bacon Frittata.Read More

12:30 PM

French Food at Home

Truckstop French

Laura prepares her favourite French- style travellers food; slow-cooked Potatoes and Pork Chops; cheesy Cauliflower Gratin; boozy French Onion Soup; creamy Quiche Lorraine; and satisfying Baguette Sandwiches. All good homey meals that make "getting there" half the fun.Read More

1:00 PM

Nigella's week is a jumble of whipping up fast food and more leisurely cooking at the weekend. There are ravenous kids who want their food now, people dropping round after work and a kitchen full of hungry people of all ages on Saturday and Sunday but whoever & whatever Nigella has it covered with her totally decadent peanut butter cheesecake, her Mother's Praised chicken, a chic easy Roast Seafood feast for friends and a child friendly, steaming bowl of Small pasta with Salami. You know it makes sense. Read More

1:30 PM

David Rocco's Dolce Vita

Beached in Sicily

The Roccos take a relaxing weekend visiting the Sicilian beach resort of San Vito Lo Capo. They explore the beautiful beaches by boat. Rocco makes some of his favorite beach food and is taught how to make a surprise Sicilian specialty - couscous - from scratch by an internationally renowned expert. Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Giada's Secret Garden

Growing up in Rome, Giada?s family had lemon trees and fresh herbs in their garden. Giada takes that memory and makes a delicious meal inspired by her childhood Italian garden for her American friends. A delicious menu of Swordfish with Citrus Pesto, Lemon-Nut Cookies, Herb Salad, and Parmesan, Basil and Lemon Wafers bring Giada and her friends back to those carefree Italian days.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Good Things Come in Small Packages

Why fill up on a big helping of one good dish, when you can sink your teeth into a whole variety of delectable little bites? Giada's preparing Italian finger foods that are absolute crowd pleasers. Try her mini pizzas or crunchy parmesan chicken tenders, and you'll be hungry for more. How about fried mozzarella or clams casino? They're all so good, your guests will have a hard time picking favorites.Read More

3:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Burgers

Susan Mello is an extraordinary opera singer who has been able to turn an all-American dish -- the hamburger -- into a multicultural eating experience and has the awards to prove it. She gets her inspiration for her award-winning burgers from her neighborhood of Queens, NY, the most ethnically diverse county in the US. In this episode, Susan will host friends and family for a backyard birthday celebration, serving up her famous burgers. Little does she know that there'll be one unexpected guest - Bobby Flaywho challenges her to Burger Throwdown. It'll be up to a secret judge to decide who's got the best burger in town.Read More

3:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Jambalaya

Emile Steiffel, once a stiff competitor, with shelves of awards to prove it, he's settled into a sweet life as everyone's favorite caterer. When Bobby Flay shows up, looking for a jambalaya jam, the tables are turned and he's in for a big surprise. Read More

4:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Mixology

Nobody loves bartending more than Tobin Ellis! Tobin is a master Mixologist. , Toby will be unveiling his new signature drink that he created just for the Food Network! What he doesn't know is that the Food Network's own Bobby Flay will be visiting Toby's bar to wet his whistle and throw down the ultimate cocktail challenge. Read More

4:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Cheesesteak

No American sandwich is more iconic than the Philly Cheesesteak. Invented in 1930, the Cheesesteak is a sandwich of legendary proportions, steeped in rivalry, controversy and mouth-watering self-indulgence. When Tony Luke Junior opened Tony Luke's in 1992, everyone thought he had no chance to survive against the three kings of cheesesteaks: Pat's, Gino's and Jim's. But in 1994, Tony's steaks were ranked "Best of Philly" by Philadelphia Magazine, thus placing him and his deliciously decadent sandwich atop the coveted Philly Cheesesteak throne. In this episode, Tony Luke Jr. is having a blowout bash for all of his customers. He doesn't know that Bobby's rolling in to town, to Throwdown against the Cheesesteak King. Will it be Bobby's sliced sirloin or Tony's aged rib eye that will reign supreme?Read More

 
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5:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Green Chile Cheeseburger

Bob Olguin knows his chiles. He should; New Mexican cuisine is in his blood -- he owns and operates the restaurant his father started in honor of his grandfather. So, it's no surprise his Green Chile Cheeseburger was ranked number 7 on GQ's National Top-20 Burger List. Bob's restaurant, Manny's Buckhorn Tavern, started by dishing up New Mexican favorites to locals but now caters to visitors from far and wide, and the praises keep on coming -- especially for his famed Green Chile Cheeseburger. So the question is: can Bob's burger beat the heat that Bobby brings down to New Mexico on this episode of Throwdown?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.

French Fry Extravaganza

This episode begins at the Frysmith Truck in Los Angeles where viewers get a heaping serving of crispy Belgian style fries with toppings like kimchi with Kurobuta pork belly and cheddar cheese. Then it is off to Portland, Oregon to visit Creme de la Creme - a mobile converted school bus, serving classic French cuisine, such as escargot and French onion tart, baked fresh inside the bus. Things sweeten up at the Sugar Philly Truck in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where classic desserts like creme brulee are served to the university student crowd. The final stop is at Fusion Taco in Houston, Texas where customers get a worldly helping of ethnically inspired tacos including Korean-Mexican, Indian-Mexican and Middle Eastern-Mexican.Read More

 
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6:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Meatloaf

When it comes to classic comfort food, no dish is more iconic than Meatloaf. Fourth generation restaurateurs Jack and Rocco Collucci have been honing their comfort food skills at their Collucci Brother's Diner in Hyannis, Massachusetts. They think the Food Network has tapped them and their renowned Meatloaf to be featured in a special on American Diners, and they're getting ready to celebrate by throwing their culinary mentor -- their father -- a big birthday bash. But the real surprise is that Bobby Flay's showing up to challenge them to a Meatloaf Throwdown! It's the hometown heroes versus the gourmet Goliath. Which Meatloaf recipe will really satisfy?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

Spreadable Edibles

Join host Marc Summers for this episode on all things spreadable and edible. Watch Nutella get whipped up, discover the secrets behind the spatula spreader and visit the Swiss Colony to see them prepare their Incredible Spreadables. Then, visit an art studio for kids where the paint actually has flavor and discover the secrets behind creating over one hundred flavors of nut butter. Plus, see the magic of the Butter Bell.Read More

8:00 PM

Restaurant Redemption

Crimson

In Dallas, Texas Ching arrives to help two former best friends, Selena and Hanna, mend their friendship and their failing business. After a falling out has led these two friends of 20 years to stop talking and stop making a profit, Ching shows them how to fix their Vietnamese cuisine while hashing out their personal issues in the process.Read More

 
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8:30 PM

Restaurant Redemption

Flame Asian Tapas

Don, Bryan and Li opened Flame Asian Tapas in Rossford, Ohio only six months ago, but they're already in danger of closing. Ching must streamline their unique restaurant concept in order to turn their business around. She'll be swapping their existing sub-par flaming dishes with easy to share and easy to prepare Asian tapas with a focus on the owners' Korean heritage. With their lack of restaurant experience will Ching be able to teach these three old college buddies all they need to know to pull their restaurant out of the red?Read More

 
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9:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Belgian Waffles

Belgium native Thomas DeGeest is known as "the waffles guy" to most New Yorkers. This IBM consultant turned waffle connoisseur traded in his briefcase for a waffle iron, and has been selling Belgian waffles like hot cakes ever since. He operates his biz from his now famous canary yellow Wafels and Dinges truck, which he's been driving around NYC streets for the past two years. On Mondays he parks by Columbia University's campus, to feed the throngs of hungry college students. But on this particular Monday Thomas doesn't see what's coming when celebrity chef Bobby Flay sneaks up on the truck and crashes the student scene. Stay tuned for a heated Belgian Waffles Throwdown that you can smell cooking from a mile away!Read More

 
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9:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Deep Dish Pizza

No visit to the windy city is complete without a stop at the family run institution, Lou Malnati's Pizzeria. They opened their doors in 1971 with a motto of "pizza is the food of the world." Marc Malnati runs his father's namesake and their deep dish pizza is a favorite among Chi-towners and food critics alike. The secret to their sinfully delicious deep dish pizzas is a coveted 50-year old family recipe handed down from one Malnati to another and Marc is proudly carrying on this revered culinary tradition. Can our NY-style pizza guy throwdown with Chicago deep dish pie?Read More

10:00 PM

Cutthroat Kitchen

S'more Sabotage

In this episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, we take it back to the classics. As the chefs battle to make the most be"wich"ing sandwich, things get switched up when two chefs are forced to swap their baskets! Then, sharing is anything but caring in the fiery barbecue round when two chefs have to share their cook time. Finally, the competition gets s'more heat when one chef adds s'more fuel to the flame when they force their opponent to build their own campfire.Read More

11:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Batali vs. Lo

The first all women team challenge Iron Chef Batali in a courageous battle to the finish. See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

12:00 AM

Restaurant Redemption

Crimson

In Dallas, Texas Ching arrives to help two former best friends, Selena and Hanna, mend their friendship and their failing business. After a falling out has led these two friends of 20 years to stop talking and stop making a profit, Ching shows them how to fix their Vietnamese cuisine while hashing out their personal issues in the process.Read More

 
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12:30 AM

Restaurant Redemption

Flame Asian Tapas

Don, Bryan and Li opened Flame Asian Tapas in Rossford, Ohio only six months ago, but they're already in danger of closing. Ching must streamline their unique restaurant concept in order to turn their business around. She'll be swapping their existing sub-par flaming dishes with easy to share and easy to prepare Asian tapas with a focus on the owners' Korean heritage. With their lack of restaurant experience will Ching be able to teach these three old college buddies all they need to know to pull their restaurant out of the red?Read More

 
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1:00 AM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Belgian Waffles

Belgium native Thomas DeGeest is known as "the waffles guy" to most New Yorkers. This IBM consultant turned waffle connoisseur traded in his briefcase for a waffle iron, and has been selling Belgian waffles like hot cakes ever since. He operates his biz from his now famous canary yellow Wafels and Dinges truck, which he's been driving around NYC streets for the past two years. On Mondays he parks by Columbia University's campus, to feed the throngs of hungry college students. But on this particular Monday Thomas doesn't see what's coming when celebrity chef Bobby Flay sneaks up on the truck and crashes the student scene. Stay tuned for a heated Belgian Waffles Throwdown that you can smell cooking from a mile away!Read More

 
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1:30 AM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Deep Dish Pizza

No visit to the windy city is complete without a stop at the family run institution, Lou Malnati's Pizzeria. They opened their doors in 1971 with a motto of "pizza is the food of the world." Marc Malnati runs his father's namesake and their deep dish pizza is a favorite among Chi-towners and food critics alike. The secret to their sinfully delicious deep dish pizzas is a coveted 50-year old family recipe handed down from one Malnati to another and Marc is proudly carrying on this revered culinary tradition. Can our NY-style pizza guy throwdown with Chicago deep dish pie?Read More

2:00 AM

Cutthroat Kitchen

S'more Sabotage

In this episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, we take it back to the classics. As the chefs battle to make the most be"wich"ing sandwich, things get switched up when two chefs are forced to swap their baskets! Then, sharing is anything but caring in the fiery barbecue round when two chefs have to share their cook time. Finally, the competition gets s'more heat when one chef adds s'more fuel to the flame when they force their opponent to build their own campfire.Read More

3:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Batali vs. Lo

The first all women team challenge Iron Chef Batali in a courageous battle to the finish. See whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

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