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7:00 AM

Luke Nguyen experiences life and food on the Loire River before finishing his culinary journey through France in the seaside town of St. Malo.Read More

7:30 AM

Executive Chef Judy Joo explores the healthy fast food in Seoul on offer to busy commuters, from smartphone shopping to frozen yoghurt. Back home, she serves up a late night ramyun noodle dish, a sushi style crab Gimbap platter and Meaty mandu dumplings with a soy and sesame dipping sauce.Read More

 
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8:00 AM

Siba's writing an article about food adventures and we are with her every step of the way. First she shakes up her mother's Potjiekos, a traditional South African stew cooked over fire. Second, she's challenging top chef Luke Dale Roberts to cook using 3 mystery ingredients. Then it's the scoop on the cool Cape Town food truck scene, before rounding off a day of adventures with her favorite guilty pleasure a banana split sandwich.Read More

8:30 AM

While preparing a healthy veggie omelette breakfast for her kids, Bal Arneson comes up with a creative way to breathe new life into some tired greens and wilted herbs. During breakfast, Bal's daughter, Anoop, reminds her that maybe now is the time to finally start that vegetable and herb garden she always talks about. Bal agrees and puts a plan in motion. All it takes is one garden expert, a lamb chop lunch, a landscaping crew and Bal at the helm of a backhoe to get it done. To celebrate the harvest of her beautiful new garden Bal throws an amazing garden party dinner using the fresh produce from her garden.Read More

9:00 AM

London is a vast and fast city and life can be hectic - but sometimes it's important to take things easy; and this time Rachel is enjoying some lazy days, uncovering the city's quieter corners where she can wind down and take things easy. A peaceful bike ride along the canal melds into a lazy brunch and she meets with Tom who rustles her up a summery salad from his urban garden, a space that acts as his larder as well his sanctuary... Back in her kitchen she's cooking comforting food to suit a relaxed mood... With a cake perfect for a picnic, a melt in the mouth pork dish that practically cooks itself and a vegetarian twist on some traditional comfort food.Read More

 
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9:30 AM

The 'Top End' of Australia is home to crocodiles, fresh water sharks, water buffalo and other wildlife that Eric encounters along his journey. Eric's adventure takes him by boat up the Mary River then by helicopter to a remote fishing spot where he will try to reel in a prized barramundi...all the while avoiding becoming dinner himself. Inspired by his wildlife adventures, Eric will prepare Striped Bass with Green Papaya Salad and Blood Orange with a Citrus Vinaigrette.Read More

10:00 AM

Kelsey Nixon is cooking with cans! She's got some quality, nutritious, homemade meals featuring canned ingredients that you will feel good about serving your family. First, Kelsey heads out to the grocery store to share her secrets about the essential canned foods to have on hand. Then it's back to her kitchen to prepare recipes for every meal of the day. For breakfast she got a hearty Crustless Quiche, and for lunch, a light and fresh Artichoke and Bean Salad with Tuna. For dinner, it's a Mexican take on chicken stew, Chicken Pozole with Hominy. And for a sweet finish...Kelsey's Peaches and Cream Cheesecakes Bars are a sweet, and creamy way to cap off a meal. Read More

10:30 AM

Sweet Julia's got all chocolate bases covered, from a garden of chocolate flower lollys to francois premier, the most glamorous gold topped dessert imaginable with three indulgent layers of chocolately goodness. Even savory gets the chocolate treatment, with Julia's take on her hometown's famous Cincinnati Chili. It's all chocolatey, what could be better?Read More

11:00 AM

Who knows better about eating healthy all year round than an NFL player? That is why Kelsey is getting Lean and Mean with Jets' superstar center Nick Mangold. Nick prepares one of his favorite comfort meals with a healthy twist and provides tricks and tips that could have you cooking healthy 365 days a year. Back in her kitchen, Kelsey tackles her own slimming recipes versions -- a Bison Chili, Roasted Beet and Orange Salad with Creamy Goat Cheese Dressing and a Mean Green Smoothie.Read More

11:30 AM

Kelsey's recent trip to Italy, inspires a bit of authentic Italy right here at home. She is headed to Sabatino Tartufi, one of the premier importers of Italian Truffles to the United States, to learn how to use these little culinary jewels in all types of cooking. Inspired, Kelsey heads back to her kitchen to start on three signature Italian dishes: Lasagna with Pesto Bechamel, Antipasti Bruschetta drizzled with black truffle oil, and a Panna Cotta with Almond infused cherry compote.Read More

12:00 PM

Chef Bobby Flay dresses up classic diner dishes like Chocolate Hazelnut S'more French Toast, Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal with a Cinnamon Crisp and an anything-goes style Pasta Scramble With Breakfast Sausage, Eggs, Kale and Tomatoes. It's comfort food from the comfort of home!Read More

12:30 PM

Bobby Flay's having a lime cooking this Caribbean-inspired brunch! Dishes include Mango-Papaya Brown Butter Cinnamon Crepes With Homemade Dulce de Leche, succulent Sour Orange Pork With Sweet Potato and Country Ham Hash and perfectly Poached Eggs With Sofrito Hollandaise. It's a Caribbean feast, but save room for Bobby's chilled Tropical Sangria!Read More

1:00 PM

Haylie Duff's friends Jimmy and Kurt challenge Haylie to make a life-changing burger. Never saying no to a challenge, Haylie goes to great lengths to learn the skills of Plan Check burger making. In the end, Haylie rises to the occasion and proves to be a true grillmaster!Read More

1:30 PM

It's Venice's First Friday, where Haylie Duff participates by visiting a goat farm to make goat cheese, helps cook on a food truck, makes her first goat cheese pizza and gets introduced to a local secret -- Zingara's monthly s'mores bonfire!Read More

2:00 PM

Stuffed: Food Hoarders dives into the most overrun kitchens in America, following 3 families that buy too much and can't throw anything away. Corrine has an autistic son and she makes his world even more confusing by letting mounds of food and baking items overflow into other rooms. John's house was once clean. Now, there is mystery meat in the fridge and because of the mess, he can't make dinner for his son. Sheri appears like everyone else but she can't stop buying food. Her basement looks like a mini-mart. Her food is expired and has frost bite. She and her family could live for six months without going to the store.Read More

3:00 PM

Sizzling street food in Miami, Florida at the Il Fiorentino truck, in Orlando, Florida at the Treehouse truck, in Knoxville, Tennessee at the Mister Canteen trailer and finally in San Antonio, Texas at the Chocollazo trailer.Read More

3:30 PM

The greatest value on wheels in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Frencheeze food truck, in San Antonio, Texas at the Spice Sea truck, in Denver Colorado at the Street Eats truck and finally back in San Antonio again at the Crazy Carl's truck.Read More

4:00 PM

New York pizza guys Fran Garcia and Sal Basile are in The Windy City armed with fork, knife and napkins and on a mission to discover the secrets of Chicago-style deep dish pizza. Their goal is to settle the age old debate: Is Chicago deep dish even pizza at all? First, they head to Lou Malnati's Pizzeria, the arguable birthplace of deep dish, to make the Chicago classic stuffed with sausage on a butter crust. Next, they stop by Roots Handmade Pizza to try a new take on Chicago-style with their Taco Pizza. Finally, they head to Hoosier Mama's for a deep dish pie on the sweeter side. Pizza or not, the verdict on this trip to Chicago is sure to be delicious.Read More

4:30 PM

Celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez is hitting the streets of Philadelphia on his latest search for the best Mexican food in America. No culinary tour of Philadelphia would be complete without cheese steak and at Union Taco, you get the best of both worlds in their Philly Cheese Steak Taco! Then savor a true Pennsylvania Dutch staple served up as a "scrapple taco" at Sancho Pistola's. Next up, a Philly original from Tuk Tuk Real dishing up a Thai fusion treat in a delicious duck taco. Last stop, La Calaca Feliz features a cauliflower taco so good it makes meat-craving carnivores rethink their menu choices.Read More

5:00 PM

Famed Country musician Kix Brooks is passionate about a lot of different things from music, to wine, to raising cattle. For his next big adventure he is setting out across the states to find some of America's best steakhouses. Up first is Chicago; here we visit high-end up-and-comer Chicago Cut, South American inspired Zed451, and old-school classic Gibson's. Next we travel to Louisville where we first stop at a low-key roadhouse that is serving up top of the line beef at a blue-collar price. From there we venture down the road a piece to a packed Jeff Ruby's where a father daughter team are serving up the highest quality product with a dramatic flair. And finally we head to Nashville to visit a couple of Kix Brooks' local haunts like the Cork & Cow and The Standard.Read More

6:00 PM

Actress Tiffani Thiessen hosts an intimate dinner party with her celebrity friends Nathan Fillion (Castle), Willie Garson (Sex and the City), and Lindsay Price (90210). Join Tiffani as she cooks some of her favorite home cooked dishes. Dinner at Tiffani's promises to serve up some great food, delicious drinks and entertaining stories from some of our favorite stars.Read More

7:00 PM

When Russy wants money from his Dad, he knows who to consult -- Mom. Justine and Russy agree that the way to Dad's heart is through his stomach and that puts Russy in charge of this Sunday Supper. After hearing an appetizing account of Rev's favorite meal: Breakfast For Dinner, Russy takes on the challenge and cooks chicken and waffles for the family, with a little help from Mom, of course. Will Dad love the food enough to throw Russy a bone?Read More

7:30 PM

The Simmons Family Vegetarian, Angela, is in the house this week. When she plans to make her favorite meal: Veggie Tacos, Rev brainstorms how he can supplement the all-veggie menu with a big juicy steak. After trying to keep it from Angela, Rev learns a valuable lesson.Read More

8:00 PM

Celebrity Dish, hosted by David Burtka, takes us across the country for a peek inside food spots owned by today's hot celebrities.Read More

9:00 PM

Hot, sexy, sizzling Latin food is Robert's passion in this trip, as he explores his favorite Mexican, Peruvian and Cuban restaurants. At the Linq in Las Vegas, Robert visits one of the Strip's most sought-after Mexican restaurants, Chayo, for unique twists on classic Mexican fare and assists in making their specialty, gorditas. In South Beach, Fla., Robert heads into the kitchen at Emilio and Gloria Estefan's outstanding Cuban restaurant, Larios on the Beach, to learn how to make the house specialty Famosa Zarzuela de Mariscos (seafood stew). Finally, for the greatest Peruvian cuisine with a Japanese twist, there is no better place than La Mar by Gaston Acurio in Biscayne Bay, Fla. Robert first learns the art of making ceviche and then heads to the grill for Corazon, a favorite Peruvian street food made of veal heart and potatoes.Read More

9:30 PM

Robert searches for a little bit of home in each of the great restaurants featured in this episode. In the kitchen at Sir Winston on The Queen Mary in Long Beach, Calif., Robert makes a succulent Lobster Salad, which he then shares with Commodore Everett, followed by a classic Beef Wellington. Next, Lance Bass joins Robert at Gordon Ramsay at The London in West Hollywood off the Sunset Strip, where they enjoy several specialty dishes such as Sea Scallop and Mushroom, Marrow Toast, Mussels and Mushroom Risotto. Finally, Karina Smirnoff joins Robert at Lisa Vanderpump's Pump in West Hollywood for Lobster and Asparagus Fiori, Ahi Tuna Tartare, Fresh Papaya stuffed with Shrimp and Crab, topped off with a decadent triple-chocolate mousse cake.Read More

10:00 PM

Host Robert Earl gives viewers VIP access to the places at which many can't even get a reservation unless you're part of the "in crowd." Be Robert's guest as he goes behind the scenes to Mr. Chow's for a taste of their award-winning Peking duck, visits Beverly Hills Housewife Lisa Vanderpump's Villa Blanca for a paella wonder and stops by Koi restaurant to learn how to make branzino.Read More

10:30 PM

Robert tastes food from different regions from around the world without having to leave the United States. Robert heads to Beijing Noodle No. 9 at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nev., where he joins actor Erik Estrada to sample signature dishes, including soup dumplings, crispy shredded beef and marinated pork belly. In Miami, Fla., Robert heads to Azul with five of South Beach's top fitness trainers for applewood-smoked lettuce, pork belly with pork tenderloin, spiced carnaroli risotto with Key West pink shrimp and more! Finally, Wes Craven joins Robert at RivaBella on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles for a number of delicious dishes including beef carpaccio with truffle mustard and potato dust, coffee-crusted tuna with persimmon, lamb ragu pappardelle with pistachio and peach and a sweet finish of tableside-prepared liquid nitrogen ice cream.Read More

11:00 PM

We take a trip to the Windy City to check out the coolest doughnuts around. One hotspot specializes in huge, super fluffy doughnuts that are so good, they sell out fast. Then there's a full service restaurant that has doughnut and coffee service every morning and has invented a unique and delicious hybrid called the "doughscuit." And you won't want to miss the locale where mini doughnuts are fried fresh all day and can be topped however you want -- or even crumbled into a milkshake!Read More

11:30 PM

There's no better way to start your day than with one of New York's most unique breakfast treats. At the Legendary Doughnut Plant, Mark Isreal makes his signature square doughnuts and we're blown away by his sophisticated alternative to the doughnut hole: the doughnut seed. At Lafayette, one bite of their luscious creations transports you out of the hustle and bustle of the city and into a classic French bistro. Then it's off to Wafels & Dinges where they're taking wafels to a whole new level of deliciousness.Read More

12:00 AM

Celebrity Dish, hosted by David Burtka, takes us across the country for a peek inside food spots owned by today's hot celebrities.Read More

1:00 AM

Hot, sexy, sizzling Latin food is Robert's passion in this trip, as he explores his favorite Mexican, Peruvian and Cuban restaurants. At the Linq in Las Vegas, Robert visits one of the Strip's most sought-after Mexican restaurants, Chayo, for unique twists on classic Mexican fare and assists in making their specialty, gorditas. In South Beach, Fla., Robert heads into the kitchen at Emilio and Gloria Estefan's outstanding Cuban restaurant, Larios on the Beach, to learn how to make the house specialty Famosa Zarzuela de Mariscos (seafood stew). Finally, for the greatest Peruvian cuisine with a Japanese twist, there is no better place than La Mar by Gaston Acurio in Biscayne Bay, Fla. Robert first learns the art of making ceviche and then heads to the grill for Corazon, a favorite Peruvian street food made of veal heart and potatoes.Read More

1:30 AM

Robert searches for a little bit of home in each of the great restaurants featured in this episode. In the kitchen at Sir Winston on The Queen Mary in Long Beach, Calif., Robert makes a succulent Lobster Salad, which he then shares with Commodore Everett, followed by a classic Beef Wellington. Next, Lance Bass joins Robert at Gordon Ramsay at The London in West Hollywood off the Sunset Strip, where they enjoy several specialty dishes such as Sea Scallop and Mushroom, Marrow Toast, Mussels and Mushroom Risotto. Finally, Karina Smirnoff joins Robert at Lisa Vanderpump's Pump in West Hollywood for Lobster and Asparagus Fiori, Ahi Tuna Tartare, Fresh Papaya stuffed with Shrimp and Crab, topped off with a decadent triple-chocolate mousse cake.Read More

2:00 AM

Host Robert Earl gives viewers VIP access to the places at which many can't even get a reservation unless you're part of the "in crowd." Be Robert's guest as he goes behind the scenes to Mr. Chow's for a taste of their award-winning Peking duck, visits Beverly Hills Housewife Lisa Vanderpump's Villa Blanca for a paella wonder and stops by Koi restaurant to learn how to make branzino.Read More

2:30 AM

Robert tastes food from different regions from around the world without having to leave the United States. Robert heads to Beijing Noodle No. 9 at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nev., where he joins actor Erik Estrada to sample signature dishes, including soup dumplings, crispy shredded beef and marinated pork belly. In Miami, Fla., Robert heads to Azul with five of South Beach's top fitness trainers for applewood-smoked lettuce, pork belly with pork tenderloin, spiced carnaroli risotto with Key West pink shrimp and more! Finally, Wes Craven joins Robert at RivaBella on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles for a number of delicious dishes including beef carpaccio with truffle mustard and potato dust, coffee-crusted tuna with persimmon, lamb ragu pappardelle with pistachio and peach and a sweet finish of tableside-prepared liquid nitrogen ice cream.Read More

3:00 AM

We take a trip to the Windy City to check out the coolest doughnuts around. One hotspot specializes in huge, super fluffy doughnuts that are so good, they sell out fast. Then there's a full service restaurant that has doughnut and coffee service every morning and has invented a unique and delicious hybrid called the "doughscuit." And you won't want to miss the locale where mini doughnuts are fried fresh all day and can be topped however you want -- or even crumbled into a milkshake!Read More

3:30 AM

There's no better way to start your day than with one of New York's most unique breakfast treats. At the Legendary Doughnut Plant, Mark Isreal makes his signature square doughnuts and we're blown away by his sophisticated alternative to the doughnut hole: the doughnut seed. At Lafayette, one bite of their luscious creations transports you out of the hustle and bustle of the city and into a classic French bistro. Then it's off to Wafels & Dinges where they're taking wafels to a whole new level of deliciousness.Read More

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