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7:00 AM

Giada in Paradise

Giada in Paradise: Santorini

Join host Giada De Laurentiis on the mythical Greek island of Santorini for a passionate discovery of the food, culture, and breathtaking scenery that make up this ancient island paradise. Giada takes a fascinating journey thought the idyllic beaches, Mediterranean cuisine and the whitewashed cliff side villages that dot the island.Read More

8:00 AM

Everyday Italian

No Sauce Pastas

Giada's got some great pasta dishes that are tossed with flavorful ingredients. Farfalle with Asparagus and Mushrooms, Angel Hair with Sun Dried Tomatoes and Goat Cheese and Fresh Fettuccine with Roasted Chicken and Broccoli Rabe.Read More

8:30 AM

Everyday Italian

Gooey Good Food

A creamy farmer's pasta dish with ricotta, parmesan and pancetta. Filet Mignon with a sweet balsamic syrup and melted goat cheese. And for dessert, a decadent chocolate ricotta pudding with strawberry sauce. It's gooey and oh so good!Read More

9:00 AM

Extra Virgin

Dinner Under the Tuscan Gun

Gabriele and Debi have been living in New York for a while now and Gabriele is eager to get his name known in the culinary circles of the City. To do so he wants to have a super Tuscan "coming out dinner party" for as many food luminaries as he can get to come. Debi agrees. Gabriele heads to Eataly, the premiere Italian market in the five boroughs. He wants to get inspired, see what's fresh and what sparks his imagination - it's a wonderland of Italian treats - and it works, he knows just what he's going to make ribolita (Tuscan vegetable soup), beef tartar, roasted potatoes and rabbit cacciatore. The big day comes and the guest list surpasses even Gabriele's wildest hopes - twenty-four famous foodies are there to eat including the likes of Drew Nieporent and Michael White, two of New York City's premiere restaurateurs and Dana Cowin, editor-in-chief of Food & Wine magazine. Gabriele has to work very hard to please such expert eaters but he pulls it off with gusto and everyone loves the meal. Gabriele has definitely announced his presence. Read More

9:30 AM

Extra Virgin

A Tuscan Remedy

Gabriele and Debi are in the city for a stroll along a riverside park. As they look out over the Hudson they see majestic boats and Debi suggests that for their 11th wedding anniversary, which is coming up soon, they take a romantic sunset sail - Gabriele loves the idea. But later, back at home, Gabriele has fallen ill and Debi has to nurse him to health before they can take their cruise. First, she makes him some healthy juice. Then, with a fresh cut of beef that they've just bought, Debi makes Gabriele a traditional Tuscan broth - just like his nonna Lola used to make. Finally, with the meat from the broth and other ingredients, Debi makes Lesso Rifatto, a hearty Tuscan stew much beloved in Italy. The fortifying effects of this super Tuscan food works and the following morning Gabriele is up before Debi preparing for their boat trip with a picnic of pears and pecorino cheese, melon and prosciutto, amaretto cookies and bottle prosecco to toast their anniversary - what a romantic sail it is!Read More

10:00 AM

Donut Showdown

Good Morning

Donut-makers Dawn from Minneapolis, Del from Washington and pastry chef Michelle from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Good Morning!" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.Read More

10:30 AM

Siba's Table

Baby Makes 3

Siba is making a fabulous alfresco feast for her baby's first picnic. There's juicy meatballs stuffed into toasted pittas, cool tzatziki and irresistible strawberry, almond and coconut slices for dessert, plus a refreshing pineapple cooler to wash it all down with. So that's Siba, Brian and their baby makes three at a perfect Cape Town picnic at the beach.Read More

11:00 AM

Not My Mama's Meals

Super Southern

Sweet Potato Pie and Deviled Eggs -- you don't get more Southern than that! Bobby takes on these two Southern classics and gives them his lighter touch.Read More

11:30 AM

How to Live to 100

Goin' Back to Cauli

On his quest to unlock the power of the cauliflower, Jason learns how this superfood contains important anti-oxidants and fights the buildup of toxins and inflammation in our body - all to keep illnesses at bay and help us live to 100. Jason shows just how scrumptious cauliflower can be with enticing dishes like Buffalo Cauliflower "Wings" and Cauliflower Lentil Tacos. And he amps up the spicy with a visit to Atlanta restaurant, Bhojanic, where he and chef Archna Becker whip up Alu Gobhi, a classic Indian dish.Read More

12:00 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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12:30 PM

Korean Food Made Simple

Episode 1

Executive Chef Judy Joo samples Korea's finest fish and seafood, from the biggest fish market in Seoul, Noranjin, to the remote clam tents near Busan. Back home, she shows us a delicate steamed ginger sea bass dish, a classic seafood pancake with scallops, Pajeon, and a fusion dish of spicy mussels.Read More

1:00 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Trattoria Brunch

Chef Bobby Flay takes a tasty trip to the cozy and casual trattorias of Italy through his tempting brunch menu. His dishes include Creamy Polenta with Braised Greens and Poached Eggs, Shaved Pancetta with Balsamic Brown Sugar, Honey Roasted Peaches with Cinnamon Mascarpone and to finish it all off, a decadent Salted Caramel Affogato.Read More

1:30 PM

Brunch at Bobby's

Southwestern

Bobby Flay creates a brunch menu that honors classic Southern dishes and flavors. He's making Deconstructed Roasted Tomato Grits and Shrimp With Sauteed Baby Mustard Greens and Bacon "Confit" as well as some Streusel Topped Baked Peaches with a sweet Sorghum drizzle on top. And you won't believe his larger than life punch bowl of Hibiscus Tea Sangria!Read More

2:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Classic Steak with a Twist

Knowing how to cook different cuts of beef is an essential technique for any home cook. Today, Kelsey is taking three cuts of steak and cooking them three different ways. First, Kelsey pan sears a Filet and tops it with a Porcini Mushroom Marsala Sauce made from the filet's pan drippings. Then she marinates a Flank Steak in a tangy blend of garlic mustard and brown sugar and broils it for a fresh Salad mixed With champagne grapes, bitter greens and blue cheese. Finally, she grills Skirt Steak and slathers it in a Pomegranate Glaze for fun and feisty Fajitas!Read More

2:30 PM

Spice of Life with Bal Arneson

Demo Derby

Things get a little heated over a blueberry whole wheat pancake breakfast when Anoop, gives Bal a hard time about her old run down car. Anoop is embarrassed by the car, but Bal loves it and is convinced all it needs is a little TLC. It turns out the car won't start and repairing it will cost more then the car is worth. So Bal's mechanic proposes a plan...enter the car in the local demolition derby and they could win a cash prize. Bal thinks it's a crazy idea.... but agrees! While the mechanics get her car ready for the derby, Bal cooks them up some cheeseburgers with mushrooms and onions and cumin spiced grilled corn on the cob. The night before the derby, Bal is really nervous about driving. To give her the courage she needs, she turns to her spices. A dinner of Sable fish seasoned with garam masala will hopefully give her the strength to get behind the wheel and smash some cars!Read More

3:00 PM

Restaurant Takeover

Augusto 33 (now Brookelynn's Bistro)

These twenty-something siblings are in a tug of war with their takeout joint. With a large, underutilized space and no money to furnish it, Eric and Nancy have polar opposite ideas on what it'll take to make Augusto 33 thrive. Mom Lynda is in the kitchen, equally confused - is this a bakery, an Italian restaurant or a cafe? Restaurant Takeover is sending in chef Corbin Tomaszeski and designer Paula Velez to knock some sense into this space.Read More

4:00 PM

Best in Chow

Burger Wars Banff

Cris Nannarone heads to Banff, Alberta, Canada in search of the best burger in a quiet mountain town. Will it be the game-changing "Elk Burger" from Wild Bill's Legendary Saloon, "The Drive-In Classic Burger" from Banff Ave. Brewing Co. or the "Royale with Cheese" from SaltLik? Find out who will win Burger Wars Banff. Read More

4:30 PM

Best in Chow

Taco Wars Las Vegas

Cris Nannarone lands in Las Vegas in search of the best taco in town. Will it be Diego's "Fish Taco" at the MGM Grand, Taco's & Tequila's "Carnitas Tacos"at the Luxor, or Leticia's Mexican Concina's "Quesa Tacos" in north Vegas. One thing is for certain, Vegas will never be the same. Read More

5:00 PM

Unique Eats

Eat Your Veggies

We travel from the east coast to the west, discovering restaurants that are creating truly innovative dishes with vegetables. This isn't just about a healthy diet, this is about completely changing the way you eat your veggies.Read More

 
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5:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Southern Sweets in Atlanta

Southern desserts are in a category all to their own combining big bold flavors with deep tradition. A perfect example is Sublime Doughnuts, which calls itself a "Doughnut Wonderland". The doughnuts and fritters are made with a sweet potato dough and come in fun shapes with decadent flavor combinations. CamiCakes Creamery reinvents traditional southern desserts like red velvet cake and lemon meringue pie and turns them into ice cream cake sandwiches. Pie Shop keeps with tradition and preserves the craft of pie making with southern favorites like Georgia Bourbon Pecan and Pineapple Chess Pie.Read More

6:00 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Louisville

Host G. Garvin embarks on a cross-country road trip to savor the varied and delicious tastes of the South.Read More

6:30 PM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Brooklyn

G heads straight to Brooklyn to see what makes this vibrant borough to visit a southern restaurant free of frills and pretension. Pies 'N' Thighs owners put their Carolina roots to the test and Sarah Buck makes the pies that have earned half the name. She gives G the scoop on how she makes her sour cherry pear pie pie. He also gets a taste of the fried chicken and all the fixings. He stops by the Burger Bistro to meet with chef and owner John. Together they make John's ossobucco burger and G makes his own Brooklyn-worthy creation. New York City loves a good drink, so much that some residents make it themselves. Brad Estabrooke of the Breukelen Distillery uses fresh grain from upstate to make delicious gin. This warehouse does everything from start to finish and Brad walks G through the process.Read More

7:00 PM

Extra Virgin

Tuscany on the Hudson

Gabriele is homesick for the beautiful Tuscan countryside and Debi wants to show him that he can get a taste of Tuscany just by driving a couple of hours north. Debi and Gabriele head to NY's Hudson Valley for some fresh air and good, farm-fresh ingredients. Back home, they settle in and put their ingredients to use by cooking up a big family meal to eat outside in their backyard. After a fun filled day and delicious food, Gabriele will feel like he's home. Read More

7:30 PM

The Freshman Class

Amalia's Dish

A simple assignment in wine class leads to a potentially life-changing conflict between Kim and her husband, Steve. Meanwhile Gabriel and his friends reminisce about their troubled past, and an unlikely professor takes Gabriel under his wing to help him to turn things around. And Amalia tries to prove herself by competing against her fellow classmates for a chance to have her dish put on the school's restaurant menu.Read More

8:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

North Carolina Ribs and BBQ Baked Beans

Raleigh's Ed Mitchell prides himself on using authentic North Carolina flavors at his restaurant, "The Pit." Ed is a BBQ purist with the ribs to prove it. Whether its East or West, he knows his ribs are the best. Ed strives to keep North Carolina's culinary traditions alive, and even with all the media buzz, he still makes sure to keep his food down home and locally grown. But can he take the heat and grill up a winning plate when the Pitmaster is challenged by the Grillmaster on this episode of Throwdown?Read More

8:30 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

9:00 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Fish Tacos

Cesar Gonzalez is an expert in Mexican cuisine and his Fish Tacos are the most authentic that you'll find anywhere in the world. His tasty tacos have earned his restaurant, Mama Testa, numerous awards and top reviews from magazine, newspaper, internet and TV critics. Cesar opened his restaurant with the goal of bringing time honored, classic Mexican recipes to the people of San Diego and he's had unprecedented success. Cesar's pride in his Mexican heritage will be put to the test when his Mexican Independence Day celebration is interrupted by a Throwdown with Chef Flay. Cesar's Fish Tacos are technically perfect, but Iron Chef Flay is putting his own twist on the dish and flying all the way to the west coast to beat Cesar at his own game.Read More

 
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9:30 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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10:00 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

10:30 PM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Red Velvet Cake

Cake Man Raven has been baking since he was just 9 years old and sold his first cake when he was only 13. Since then, his confectionary creations have been the subject of praise in publications, award ceremonies and national TV programs -- including Food Network! But nothing has earned Cake Man more fame than his signature item, the Red Velvet Cake. In fact, his Red Velvet has become so popular that people line the block of Cake Man's Brooklyn confectionery to get a slice! Cake Man Raven thinks Food Network is working on a special called "Sweet Success," featuring great chefs who have made names for themselves in the pastry arts. But what he doesn't know is that Bobby Flay is working on a red hot cake of his own and hopes to take this Throwdown cake. Read More

 
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11:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Global Sweets

Zucker Bakery is a picture-perfect bakery sharing family traditions with their customers through their cookies. Flour and Tea lures you in with their Taiwanese baked goods with American influences. Stop by Las Paletas for refreshing frozen treats that bursts with flavor! Bien Cuit executes French pastry beautifully, cutting no corners to create the finest sweets in Brooklyn.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

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

North Carolina Ribs and BBQ Baked Beans

Raleigh's Ed Mitchell prides himself on using authentic North Carolina flavors at his restaurant, "The Pit." Ed is a BBQ purist with the ribs to prove it. Whether its East or West, he knows his ribs are the best. Ed strives to keep North Carolina's culinary traditions alive, and even with all the media buzz, he still makes sure to keep his food down home and locally grown. But can he take the heat and grill up a winning plate when the Pitmaster is challenged by the Grillmaster on this episode of Throwdown?Read More

12:30 AM

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

1:00 AM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Fish Tacos

Cesar Gonzalez is an expert in Mexican cuisine and his Fish Tacos are the most authentic that you'll find anywhere in the world. His tasty tacos have earned his restaurant, Mama Testa, numerous awards and top reviews from magazine, newspaper, internet and TV critics. Cesar opened his restaurant with the goal of bringing time honored, classic Mexican recipes to the people of San Diego and he's had unprecedented success. Cesar's pride in his Mexican heritage will be put to the test when his Mexican Independence Day celebration is interrupted by a Throwdown with Chef Flay. Cesar's Fish Tacos are technically perfect, but Iron Chef Flay is putting his own twist on the dish and flying all the way to the west coast to beat Cesar at his own game.Read More

 
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1:30 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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2:00 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

2:30 AM

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Red Velvet Cake

Cake Man Raven has been baking since he was just 9 years old and sold his first cake when he was only 13. Since then, his confectionary creations have been the subject of praise in publications, award ceremonies and national TV programs -- including Food Network! But nothing has earned Cake Man more fame than his signature item, the Red Velvet Cake. In fact, his Red Velvet has become so popular that people line the block of Cake Man's Brooklyn confectionery to get a slice! Cake Man Raven thinks Food Network is working on a special called "Sweet Success," featuring great chefs who have made names for themselves in the pastry arts. But what he doesn't know is that Bobby Flay is working on a red hot cake of his own and hopes to take this Throwdown cake. Read More

 
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3:00 AM

Unique Sweets

Global Sweets

Zucker Bakery is a picture-perfect bakery sharing family traditions with their customers through their cookies. Flour and Tea lures you in with their Taiwanese baked goods with American influences. Stop by Las Paletas for refreshing frozen treats that bursts with flavor! Bien Cuit executes French pastry beautifully, cutting no corners to create the finest sweets in Brooklyn.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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