Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Taste in Translation

Birthday Treat

Who doesn't love celebrating their birthday? This episode is steeped in worldly tradition and a few surprises! Discover what is considered the most popular birthday dish in five very different places around the world. There's a spicy soup with symbolism from China at Biang!, and a brightly colored, bite-size sweet from Brazil! We'll also check out the favorite birthday dish from Honduras, a savory meal cooked by Delmy Sanchez! And who could forget the Italian birthday favorite Cassata cake - which is both delicious and elegantly decorated with fruit and candy. Coming back home to America's number one birthday dish will bring you to the Vanilla Bakeshop in Los Angeles and have you reminiscing your childhood days with mom! And if you think we forgot the pinata, think again!Read More

7:30 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

8:00 AM

Pitchin' In

Mushrooms

Chef Lynn didn't sign up for scaling cliffs in the pouring rain or crawling around on the muddy forest floor, but to get the finest and most interesting mushrooms, she's certainly put to the test. Her hosts in Newport, Oregon forage and grow specialty mushrooms that take centre stage in a spectacular meal.Read More

8:30 AM

Hungry Girl

We All Scream for Ice Cream

It's deep freeze time as Hungry Girl takes on everybody's favorite treat - ice cream! Lisa ups the guilt-free chill with her parlor-worthy Choco-berry Sundae, heavenly Cookie-rific Ice Cream Freeze, her really Big Beautiful Baked Alaska, and the scrumptious Gimme Gimme S'mores Sandwich which surprise! doesn't use any ice cream! Holy no-cow! Jam-packed with an HG Ice Cream Store Survival Guide and an extra-frosty Secret Find, it's HG's coolest show ever!Read More

9:00 AM

Drop 5 Lbs with Good Housekeeping

Look and Feel Younger

Look and feel younger with easy nutrition and exercise tips from your Drop 5 team. Melissa d' Arabian cooks up Balsamic Roasted Pork With Berry Salad and tender, flaky Flounder With Corn and Tomatoes. Samantha Cassetty shares her list of "fountain of youth" foods. Aarti Sequeira teams up with Fitness Expert JJ Virgin for some tips on how to physically feel younger through exercise.Read More

9:30 AM

Home Cooking Made Easy

Entertaining

First up it's a gorgeous hearty Spanish Paella with Sherry, Chorizo and Prawns. The Ideal One-Pan 'help yourself dish' for a fun night in with friends and family Lorraine's perfect casual nibbles to share with friends include mini versions of a dinner party classic, Beef Wellingtons, through to leisurely Herbed Baked Scotch Eggs, And for an incredible dramatic twist on everyone's favorite dessert, Lorraine's My Big Fat Tipsy Trifle is flambeed and fabulous.Read More

10:00 AM

Brunch at Bobby's

Off to the Races

Inspired by his love of horse racing, Bobby's brunch menu will get you ready to head off to the races in Kentucky Derby style with Country Ham and Fried Eggs served on homemade Angel Biscuits, a Southern staple. He flips Silver Dollar Buttermilk-Pecan Pancakes and serves them with a Bourbon Molasses Butter that would make any Derby goer melt! And for a photo finish, a Southern favorite, Blackberry Iced Tea mixed with some authentic Kentucky Bourbon.Read More

10:30 AM

Cooking for Real

West Indian Love Letter

Today's menu is Sunny's love letter to the West Indies that stole her heart. Nore's Slumbo, Codfish Puppies and Sans Souci Punch bring back memories she can share at the table. Read More

11:00 AM

Real Girl's Kitchen

Brunch, Bellinis, and Besties

Haylie and her girlfriends decide to have a brunch with a spread that even the pickiest and most exclusive Los Angeles appetites can indulge in. Read More

11:30 AM

Sweet Julia

Super Sweet

Julia's taking sweet to the next level, with an incredible peanut butter mousse sent over the top with glossy shards of caramelized peanuts. Then rib-eye steak gets a serious flavor boost with a fabulous sweet cocoa rub. Beautiful florentine cookies are transformed into deliciously sweet s'mores, and she's shaking up the ultimate luxury cocktail, a chocolate martini. This is super sweet...and then some.Read More

12:00 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

After Hour Eats

When the city falls asleep some restaurants are just waking up to serve decadent dishes to those looking for a little something indulgent after midnight. Kelsey homage to late night dining is reinventing a favorite comfort food, a mac and cheese like you've never seen before! First up is a Baked Tomato Stuffed with a Creamy Bacon Mac and Cheese. Then it's a Parmesan-Crusted Grilled Cheese stuffed with what else ... mac and cheese. And nothing says decadence like crispy Shoestring Fries With Truffle Aioli. Get ready for the most surprising after hours eats!Read More

12:30 PM

Spice Goddess

Family Favorites

Bal Arneson presents a menu of family favorites guaranteed to suit everyone's tastes - quick and easy Zucchini Paneer; an indulgent Lamb Curry; delicious Red Pepper Soup with Toasted Cumin Seeds; and sweet Gulab Juban.Read More

1:00 PM

Nigella Bites

Comfort Food

Nigella shares recipes of her favorite comfort foods. First up are rich and creamy mashed potatoes which can also be used as leftovers to make Salmon Cakes. Nigella shares her recipe for Risotto, which she considers not only comfort food, but comfort cooking. And you can't talk about comfort foods without making a rich Chicken Soup. Finally, Nigella shares her recipe for the ultimate comfort food - Chocolate Cake.Read More

1:30 PM

Extra Virgin

Blind Date for Robert

Debi and Gabriele make a quick lunch for Robert of Panini sandwiches and let him know that they want to help him in his search for true love - they've decided to set him up on a blind date, and open their home up for an introductory dinner. The menu - Duck Ragu w/homemade pasta, plus they plan on making their own sausages after a lesson with the hottest butchers in Los Angeles - Lindy and Grundy. To top it all off Debi is a making a Love Potion - A strawberry balsamic cocktail topped with Elderberry cream.Read More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Afternoon Dessert

In Italy afternoon dessert is as traditional as English tea. With all the women in Giada's family in town, what a perfect excuse to get everyone together. A Hazelnut-Chocolate Tart, Bruschetta With Gorgonzola Cheese and Honey, Pancetta Biscuits and a selections of Teas with special garnishes is the perfect setting for an afternoon of swapping stories and indulging a sweet tooth.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Vegetarian Italian

It doesn't have to be meat to be Italian! Giada gives us a delicious and filling vegetarian Italian meal that's so hearty you won't even miss the meat. Italians love vegetables and with these delicious vegetable dishes, you will too. On the menu: Veronica's Veggie Meatloaf With Checca Sauce, Baked Penne With Roasted Vegetables and Mushroom Parmesan.Read More

3:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Disney Dilemna

Robert is heading to Disney World to play the role of Prince Charming for this episode of Dinner: Impossible. It's Celebrate Family Volunteers Day at Disney World and Robert's mission is to feed 400 volunteers from across the U.S. He'll have nine hours to prepare a meal that will make the volunteers feel like royalty, and who better to give Robert ingredients fit for royalty than Disney Princesses?Read More

4:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Infiltrating the CIA: Internationally: Impossible

Chef Robert Irvine heads to the Culinary Institution of America to face his toughest critics yet -- seven internationally renowned master chefs. Robert will sample a dish prepared by each chef and using only his taste buds, Robert has just eight hours to recreate the seven dishes as well as create seven original dishes from each of the chefs' home countries. Will the assistance of five culinary students be enough to help Robert conquer this international mission or will it be Dinner: Impossible?Read More

5:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Disney Dinner Dash

Dinner: Impossible and Disney's Dreamer's Academy will be making dreams come true for Robert's next mission. Robert's challenge will lead him on a scavenger hunt through all four of Disney's major theme parks! The hunt concludes at Epcot's World Showplace where he will meet a new Food Network face, Jeff Henderson. Robert and Chef Jeff will team up with the four culinarily inspired teens to cook for 350 guests made up of one hundred Disney Dreamers, their parents and guests.Read More

6:00 PM

Eat St.

Fresh, Local, Wild

First up we're in Vancouver, British Columbia, where the Fresh Local Wild trailer is the catch of the day serving up a loaded Seafood Chowder Poutine, Chicken Fried Oyster Po' Boy and a Fish Shawarma with grilled Halibut, Salmon and Lingcod. Next we head to Orange County, Calif., for sumptuous sliders courtesy of The Flip Truck. Favourites include Seared Ahi Tuna with Macadamia Coconut spread and fresh Pineapple and a Kobe Beef with Aged Cheddar and Peppery Arugula. Then we drive over to the Chef Shack in Minneapolis, for some crunchy comfort food like a Tempura Battered Herring Sandwich with homemade tartar sauce on a toasted baguette or Pulled Pork Nachos with Poblano Corn salsa and fresh Guacamole. And finally Eat St pulls up in Dallas, where the Good Karma truck is feeding the bellies and souls of it's customers with vegetarian dishes like a Margherita flatbread pizza with housemade dough and marinara sauce, provolone cheese and sundried tomato or their Teriyaki rice bowl with steamed brown rice and mixed veggies.Read More

6:30 PM

Eat St.

Surf and a Slice

The Big Egg in Portland, Ore., is a stationary breakfast cart, serving sweet and savory egg sandwiches. Customers can kick-start their day with a Monte Cristo, one egg any style, grilled black forest ham and gorgonzola, drizzled with pure maple glaze and stacked between two pieces of crunchy vanilla cardamom brioche French toast. The next stop is DC Slices, Washington's first mobile pizza truck where the servings will have you seeing doubles. Then, a trip to Hewtin's Dog in Providence has customers rolling over for its house-made gourmet sausages, served from a traditional rolling street cart. Finally, Ed's Lobster kiosk in New York serves some of the most extravagant street food, in the heart of the financial district, with its pricey -- yet delicious -- lobster rolls.Read More

7:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Capital Cravings

We visit some of the world-class eateries that satisfy the sweet cravings of Washington, D.C.'s power brokers. First stop: GBD, which stands for "Golden Brown Delicious" - the perfect way to describe the unique doughnuts at this new hotspot. We'll visit Cupcakes Actually, which stocks its shelves with 10 varieties of this sweet treat daily, including its signature dipped cupcakes. And we'll sample the refreshing artisan gelato at Dolcezza, which combines local ingredients, old-world methods, and innovative flavors.Read More

7:30 PM

Unwrapped

Twisted Treats

Marc Summers takes us around the world of twisted treats featuring Hammond's Candies new Mike & Ikes, a curled-up cookie called the Pirouline, the American Licorice Company's Super String and Frito Lay spins their classic Cheetos into yummy spirals.Read More

8:00 PM

Eat St.

Claws for Celebration

Curbside eats at the Red Hook Lobster Pound in New York City, Yolk's in Vancouver, British Columbia, Kargi Gogo in Portland, Oregon, plus the Nosh Truck in Seattle, Washington.Read More

8:30 PM

Eat St.

The Bee's Knees

In San Antonio, we get our fill at the Say She Ate truck where locals are devouring Blue Cheese Sliders made with ultra-flavourful Japanese Akaushi beef. Next we're in Dallas, where the Greenhouse Truck is crafting dee-licious, made-from-scratch dishes that are good for ya too such as their Miso Steak Sandwich with walnut pesto. Then we stop off at Buzznbeez in Phoenix, to sample the best southern fried chicken in the desert with Savoury Drumsticks and succulent Catfish Po' Boys. Lastly, we're in New York, at the Okadaman truck where a savoury Japanese pancake from Osaka called "Okonomiyaki" is the star of the show, comprised of fried cabbage, squid and Nori seaweed.Read More

9:00 PM

Eat St.

Gourmet Good & Evil

In Denver, The Inventing Room is the coolest cart in town, featuring desserts that are "cooked" with liquid nitrogen. Next, we heat things up with The Burnt Truck in Irvine, Calif., where small is beautiful as they serve up bite size sliders with comforting toppings like PB 'n' J and Buttermilk Fried Chicken. After that we roll into Baton Rouge, La., for some alligator tacos at the Taco De Paco truck, Mexican flavor with real bite. Final stop in this episode is deliciously devilish as we drive to Austin, Texas, to taste hot dogs that are b.b.b.bad to the bun at The Evil Weiner truck.Read More

9:30 PM

Eat St.

Grilled Cheese Heaven

The first stop on Eat Street is Los Angeles, to visit the traffic-stopping Grilled Cheese Truck. This popular mobile truck with an avid online following serves gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, such as the Cheesy Mac'n'Rib. Next up is Austin, Texas, to visit Izzoz Tacos, a 42 foot stationary trailer that prides itself on family tradition and using fresh ingredients. Things heat up when viewers then venture to G'Raj Mahal, an eclectic and artsy stationary trailer in Austin, Texas, that serves authentic Goan dishes from Goa, India. Eyes water as folks try the spicy Rechard Masala Shrimp dish or naan freshly baked in a tandoori oven that is built right into the trailer. The final stop is New York City for some schnitzel with an attitude at Schnitzel & Things. This mobile food truck, operated by a former Wall Street investment banker, serves authentic Austrian schnitzel platters, sandwiches and side salads.Read More

10:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Minneapolis Melting Pot

Home of 10,000 lakes, the only Minnesotan lake that Chuck is interested in is Lake Street in Minneapolis, home to the city's most delicious and diverse cuisine. First stop is at Manny's Tortas, where Chef Manny Gonzalez makes what many believe are the best sandwiches in the whole city. Next, Chuck samples the Japanese Fried Chicken at moto-i, a sake brewery, where Chef Omar Gillego invents fresh adaptations of Asian street food. Chuck and Craftsmen's chef, Ryan Swaim, go ice fishing for the walleye they prepare with sauteed mushrooms and potatoes in a cream sauce made from popcorn. Finally, Chuck pays homage to the city's Scandinavian history with a stop at Ingebretsen's, where owner Steve Dahl explains how old-school favorites are made.Read More

10:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Magazine Street Mojo

New Orleans is a big delicious gumbo, and on Magazine Street, Chuck Hughes tastes a spicy melange of diverse influences. He starts with a crawfish pie straight from the bayou served up at Tee Eva's Pralines & Pecans, then gets a lesson in Creole roux at Ignatius. Up next, Chuck indulges his sweet tooth and penchant for hot sauce at the grocery store, Breaux Mart. Chuck gets a taste of a paneed Mississippi Rabbit sandwich at La Petite Grocery and then tries his hand at pulling taffy at a Roman Candy Company's roadside attraction.Read More

11:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Morimoto vs. Donna (Rematch)

Challenger Roberto Donna returns to Kitchen Stadium for a rematch with Iron Chef Morimoto. Will Chef Donna rise to the occasion and plate all his dishes, or will Iron Chef Morimoto's cuisine reign supreme? Read More

12:00 AM

Eat St.

Claws for Celebration

Curbside eats at the Red Hook Lobster Pound in New York City, Yolk's in Vancouver, British Columbia, Kargi Gogo in Portland, Oregon, plus the Nosh Truck in Seattle, Washington.Read More

12:30 AM

Eat St.

The Bee's Knees

In San Antonio, we get our fill at the Say She Ate truck where locals are devouring Blue Cheese Sliders made with ultra-flavourful Japanese Akaushi beef. Next we're in Dallas, where the Greenhouse Truck is crafting dee-licious, made-from-scratch dishes that are good for ya too such as their Miso Steak Sandwich with walnut pesto. Then we stop off at Buzznbeez in Phoenix, to sample the best southern fried chicken in the desert with Savoury Drumsticks and succulent Catfish Po' Boys. Lastly, we're in New York, at the Okadaman truck where a savoury Japanese pancake from Osaka called "Okonomiyaki" is the star of the show, comprised of fried cabbage, squid and Nori seaweed.Read More

1:00 AM

Eat St.

Gourmet Good & Evil

In Denver, The Inventing Room is the coolest cart in town, featuring desserts that are "cooked" with liquid nitrogen. Next, we heat things up with The Burnt Truck in Irvine, Calif., where small is beautiful as they serve up bite size sliders with comforting toppings like PB 'n' J and Buttermilk Fried Chicken. After that we roll into Baton Rouge, La., for some alligator tacos at the Taco De Paco truck, Mexican flavor with real bite. Final stop in this episode is deliciously devilish as we drive to Austin, Texas, to taste hot dogs that are b.b.b.bad to the bun at The Evil Weiner truck.Read More

1:30 AM

Eat St.

Grilled Cheese Heaven

The first stop on Eat Street is Los Angeles, to visit the traffic-stopping Grilled Cheese Truck. This popular mobile truck with an avid online following serves gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, such as the Cheesy Mac'n'Rib. Next up is Austin, Texas, to visit Izzoz Tacos, a 42 foot stationary trailer that prides itself on family tradition and using fresh ingredients. Things heat up when viewers then venture to G'Raj Mahal, an eclectic and artsy stationary trailer in Austin, Texas, that serves authentic Goan dishes from Goa, India. Eyes water as folks try the spicy Rechard Masala Shrimp dish or naan freshly baked in a tandoori oven that is built right into the trailer. The final stop is New York City for some schnitzel with an attitude at Schnitzel & Things. This mobile food truck, operated by a former Wall Street investment banker, serves authentic Austrian schnitzel platters, sandwiches and side salads.Read More

2:00 AM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Minneapolis Melting Pot

Home of 10,000 lakes, the only Minnesotan lake that Chuck is interested in is Lake Street in Minneapolis, home to the city's most delicious and diverse cuisine. First stop is at Manny's Tortas, where Chef Manny Gonzalez makes what many believe are the best sandwiches in the whole city. Next, Chuck samples the Japanese Fried Chicken at moto-i, a sake brewery, where Chef Omar Gillego invents fresh adaptations of Asian street food. Chuck and Craftsmen's chef, Ryan Swaim, go ice fishing for the walleye they prepare with sauteed mushrooms and potatoes in a cream sauce made from popcorn. Finally, Chuck pays homage to the city's Scandinavian history with a stop at Ingebretsen's, where owner Steve Dahl explains how old-school favorites are made.Read More

2:30 AM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Magazine Street Mojo

New Orleans is a big delicious gumbo, and on Magazine Street, Chuck Hughes tastes a spicy melange of diverse influences. He starts with a crawfish pie straight from the bayou served up at Tee Eva's Pralines & Pecans, then gets a lesson in Creole roux at Ignatius. Up next, Chuck indulges his sweet tooth and penchant for hot sauce at the grocery store, Breaux Mart. Chuck gets a taste of a paneed Mississippi Rabbit sandwich at La Petite Grocery and then tries his hand at pulling taffy at a Roman Candy Company's roadside attraction.Read More

3:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Morimoto vs. Donna (Rematch)

Challenger Roberto Donna returns to Kitchen Stadium for a rematch with Iron Chef Morimoto. Will Chef Donna rise to the occasion and plate all his dishes, or will Iron Chef Morimoto's cuisine reign supreme? Read More

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