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7:00 AM

Ice Cream Nation

Ice Cream Nation

From coast to coast, from the top of the float to the bottom of the cone, America is one big "Ice Cream Nation"! This special celebrates everyone's favorite all-American, cool treat, giving the scoop on the best, the craziest and classic ice cream shops across the country. Read More

8:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Flay vs. Garces

The Chairman has a trick up his sleeve for this battle. The Chairman has decided to challenge Chef Jose Garces and Iron Chef Bobby Flay in a Special Brain Freeze battle. His instructions? Each of the five dishes the chefs prepare featuring the secret ingredient must also include a frozen element. With task in hand, will Iron Chef Flay take home a win, or be defeated by Chef Garces? Tune in to see whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

9:00 AM

Unwrapped

Ice Cream Unwrapped

Join host Marc Summers as he looks at the sweet and creamy facts about ice cream. From inventing a flavor at Ben and Jerry's Headquarters in Burlington, Vt., to the exotic flavors of India at Bombay Ice Cream in San Francisco.Read More

10:00 AM

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Asheville

In the mountains of North Carolina is the gorgeous hidden gem Asheville. G. takes in the sights by ziplining through Appalachia before landing in the sophisticated kitchen at Cucina 24 where Chef and owner Brian Canipeli teaches him how to make ravioli from scratch. G. then explores the local scene gathering fresh ingredients at Chop Shop Butchery, Blue Water Seafood, the local farmers' market and a local brewery. He makes a great meal for all the shop owners he met along the way.Read More

10:30 AM

The Originals with Emeril

New Orleans 2

Emeril Lagasse returns to his favorite old haunts in his hometown, New Orleans. First on his tour of big tastes in the Big Easy is the very first Po boy shop in the uptown New Orleans area, Domilise. He'll sample their famous fried shrimp and roast beef sandwiches and pitch in behind the counter during the lunch rush. Then it's off to Angelo Brocato's Italian Ice Cream Parlor in Mid-town, for a trip back in time. He'll meet the third and fifth generations of confection makers and learn exactly what goes into their famous cannolis and famous ices. Finally, it's homecoming time for Emeril as he revisits the restaurant where he rose to prominence, the Commander's Palace in the Garden District. He'll check out their remodeling efforts for the first time and learn a few new tricks in their kitchen when he helps make their signature Turtle soup.Read More

1:00 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

1:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Sweet Mash-Ups

We take a bite out of some of the sweetest mash-ups in the Big Apple. Dominique Ansel shares his famous Cronut, as well as a new combination of two desserts that defies the laws of physics. At Butter and Scotch, old-fashioned pies and quenching cocktails collide with delicious results, and Oddfellows proves that some of the most unique flavors can make ice cream even better.Read More

2:00 PM

Man Fire Food

Spring Celebration in Kentucky

Richard McCallister of Marksbury Farm Market invites Roger to his annual spring celebration in Lancaster, Kentucky. Richard and Roger season a flock of spring chickens and cook them in a custom-made outdoor contraption inspired by the grills in Uruguay. Roger contributes a dish to the party: corn on the cob seasoned with coconut oil and an exotic blend of spices. Richard's friend Jim Budros insists on preparing Strawberry Rhubarb Cobbler for dessert and transports his 2000 pound wood-burning oven straight from Ohio.Read More

2:30 PM

Man Fire Food

Carnivore's Cookout in California

Roger cruises through central California for two spectacular, meat-filled cookouts. This area is home to many vineyards, but Paso de Record Vineyard in San Miguel has piqued Roger's interest. The vineyard hosts wine release parties for its customers and serves barbecue prepared in a deep pit built in the picture-perfect property. Roger helps season 100 pounds of chuck roast and wraps them in burlap before setting them into the hot pit. In Santa Barbara, Roger visits a local caterer famous for creating an Argentine Asado. Roger helps prepare beef ribs, sausages and an assortment of vegetables for this ultimate meat-filled backyard barbecue.Read More

3:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Music City Meals

Nashville will always be known as Music City, but it's not just a place for troubadours to make their name. Artists whose instruments are skillets and stoves have turned Nashville into one of the country's most up-tempo food scenes, and 8th Avenue is center stage for their performance. Chuck starts with the fiery soul food favorite called hot chicken at Bolton's Spicy Chicken and Fish where Bolton and Dollye Matthews firmly believe that their special blend of delicious spices and fried chicken will perk you up and cure your sinus problems. Near downtown, at the restaurant called Flyte, chef Matthew Lackey celebrates Tennessee produce with seasonal cooking, like fresh radish, carrot, and onion grilled alongside local, organic steak. Next, Chuck stops in at 8th & Roast where Lesa Wood and her highly trained baristas have perfected the art of coffee by painstakingly roasting every coffee bean inside the shop. Finally, at Bella Nashville, chef/owners Dave Cuomo and Emma Berkey not only show Chuck how make artisanal pizza with heirloom grains and 15-year old starter, they treat him to a concert by their folk band, Chicken Little.Read More

 
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3:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Man in the Mission

In the crazy collision of cultures and personalities that is San Francisco, all kinds of food trends come bubbling up into the national consciousness. And there's no better part of town to see that happen than the Mission District. In the City by the Bay, Chuck gets a tasty lesson in gi-normous burritos, as well as Latino history and culture, from local expert, Jaime Maldonado, and snacks on decadent pork belly donuts at favorite hang-out, The Sycamore. Then, he's off to Foreign Cinema to enjoy pan-seared halibut, butter beans, and avant-garde film with Chef Kevin Davidson. Finally, Chuck dishes out Chicken Fried Soul sandwiches at Jason Fordley's late-night, pop-up kitchen, Soul Groove. Read More

4:00 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

A Home Run in the Kitchen

Mo meets the charming grandfather Dave Pearson, 75, who has been a chef with the Los Angeles Dodger organization for the past fifty years. Dave trains Mo to cook like a major leaguer without too many drops, errors or rookie mistakes. Dave shows Mo how to make his buddy Tommy Lasorda's favorite dish - lasagna - at Dodger Stadium, and later they prepare short ribs and green beans for a family dinner at his home. Mo also learns once and for all what getting to third base means.Read More

4:30 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Genevra Higginson - Fine Living

Mo Rocca visits grandmother Genevra Higginson at her elegant three hundred-year-old home in Cohasset, Mass. Cohasset is a coastal village so Mo first digs up clams on a nearby beach and then he and Genevra cook up a hearty, super-fresh batch of clam chowder that they enjoy as a midday snack. The next day, Mo hits the high seas to learn how to pull lobster traps up from the briny deep from seasoned lobstermen. Later, he and Genevra put together a lobster feast using seaweed in its preparation and they make fresh peach ice cream for the Higginson family.Read More

5:00 PM

Cupcake Confidential

Cupcake Confidential

This episode introduces three cupcake entreprenuers at different stages in their career in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Orlando. Brandon, a former rocker that gave up music for cupcakes, pleases his hip bay-area clients but his unorthadox managing style puts him at odds with his employees. As she transitions from an online cupcakery to a fixed storefront, Erica dreams of becoming the next cupcake princess of Los Angeles, but realizes that, without the presence of celebrity clients, her grand opening may not be as grand as she hoped. Hollis, a well established cupcake artist in Orlando, FL, may have bitten off more than she can chew by areeing to take on two events on the same day at the same time.Read More

6:00 PM

Donut Showdown

Underwater

An ex-flight attendant from Los Angeles, a 21- year-old wunderkind from San Luis Obispo, California and a foodie from Waterloo, Ontario compete in a speedy elimination round with Strawberry Milk Syrup as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10, 000 in an Underwater-themed Donut Showdown.Read More

6:30 PM

Donut Showdown

Fire & Ice

Donut-makers Maria from Georgia, Ron from California and pastry chef Kristen from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Fire & Ice" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.Read More

7:00 PM

Eat St.

Food Fit for the Gods

Tasty treats in Austin, Texas, at The Spartan Pizza trailer; Montreal, Quebec, at the St. Viateur Bagel truck; San Francisco at the Garden Creamery truck and finally in Columbus, Ohio, at the Paddy Wagon truck.Read More

7:30 PM

Eat St.

Pig on the Street

First up, we trot on down to Vancouver, British Columbia, to the Pig on the Street truck for all things pork related. Sandwich specials include the Southern Piggy with housemade bourbon barbeque sauce and roasted peppers and corn and the Porker with Goat Gouda cheese and apple and sage sausage. Then we get a taste of Pakistan from the Rickshaw Stop in San Antonio, where locals are going crazy for their Boti Tikka Chicken kabob. Next, we are in Miami, Fla., for Cuban cuisine at the Cuban Cube truck sampling a Shrimp Ceviche served in a Fried Plantain Bowl, and a Garlic Flank Steak Sandwich with Fresh Pico De Gallo and Cilantro Mayonnaise. Lastly, we're in Austin, Texas, at the Ice Cream Social bus to try their supersized sundae, The Bajillionaire featuring eight kinds of ice cream and enough toppings to fill a freezer.Read More

8:00 PM

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Lee Anne Wong has a lifelong passion for exploring, learning and savoring Asian food. Sometimes a simple craving for a bowl of noodles is all the motivation she needs to hit the town and search for delicious eats. In this one hour special, Lee Anne goes on a food crawl for the best dumplings and noodles New York has to offer. Her eating tour takes her to the historic Chinatowns in Manhattan and Queens, as well as the up and coming food neighborhoods in Williamsburg and Park Slope. Lee Anne visits legendary Vanessa's Dumplings where the choices for dumplings are high and the prices are low. It's a fun lesson filled with a lot of laughs while learning how to make hand-torn noodles at Biang! in Flushing, Queens. At Williamsburg's Smorgasburg, Lee Anne indulges at two innovative food stalls for the best cold Chinese sesame noodles and mazeman which is cold Japanese ramen noodles. This delicious food crawl features families who have made culinary marks, as well as the next generation of inspired cooks who continue to celebrate Asian cuisine.Read More

9:00 PM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

With Fruit

Sweet candied oranges dipped in chocolate, a surprising green papaya sensation, flavorful tropical guavas wrapped in flaky pastry ... these are just a few of the fruit filled, fruit covered, fruit laden, fruit glazed dishes that The Neelys, Ted Allen, Aaron Sanchez and others say are their best ever dishes with fruit!Read More

9:30 PM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Wake Up Call

Food Network stars reveal foods they love to start their day with. From Giada and Wicked Spicy Hot Chocolate, to Bobby Flay's love for Peanut Butter and Banana Stuffed French Toast, to Duff Goldman's favorite huevos fiesta and more. Read More

10:00 PM

Carnival Eats

Viva! Vienna! Festival/Contraband Days Festival

Host Noah Cappe goes coastal in Virginia for creamy crab dip and discovers the secret to authentic Crawfish Gumbo in Louisiana.Read More

10:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Big Apple Breakfast

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

11:00 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

A 'Shroom with a View

Grandma Suzanne Taylor, 61, of Marin County, California came of age in the tumultuous 1960s - as a teenager she left home to join a bus full of activists traveling around the country. On this episode, Suzanne shows Mo how to forage for natural ingredients in the woods of Northern California. Suzanne and Mo find some stinging nettles for a nettle frittata with a potato crust, and later they search for trumpet mushrooms to make a hearty mushroom galette. Suzanne's a trip!Read More

11:30 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Miyoko McPherson - The Party Animal

Miyoko, 80, grew up by the sea in the Land of the Rising Sun. She teaches Mo Rocca traditional Japanese curing and grilling techniques - the main course is mackerel shioyaki. She also demonstrates how to make miso soup and cucumber salad. Miyoko has survived a lot in her life...one of her secrets, "party hard!"Read More

12:00 AM

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Food Crawl with Lee Anne Wong

Lee Anne Wong has a lifelong passion for exploring, learning and savoring Asian food. Sometimes a simple craving for a bowl of noodles is all the motivation she needs to hit the town and search for delicious eats. In this one hour special, Lee Anne goes on a food crawl for the best dumplings and noodles New York has to offer. Her eating tour takes her to the historic Chinatowns in Manhattan and Queens, as well as the up and coming food neighborhoods in Williamsburg and Park Slope. Lee Anne visits legendary Vanessa's Dumplings where the choices for dumplings are high and the prices are low. It's a fun lesson filled with a lot of laughs while learning how to make hand-torn noodles at Biang! in Flushing, Queens. At Williamsburg's Smorgasburg, Lee Anne indulges at two innovative food stalls for the best cold Chinese sesame noodles and mazeman which is cold Japanese ramen noodles. This delicious food crawl features families who have made culinary marks, as well as the next generation of inspired cooks who continue to celebrate Asian cuisine.Read More

1:00 AM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

With Fruit

Sweet candied oranges dipped in chocolate, a surprising green papaya sensation, flavorful tropical guavas wrapped in flaky pastry ... these are just a few of the fruit filled, fruit covered, fruit laden, fruit glazed dishes that The Neelys, Ted Allen, Aaron Sanchez and others say are their best ever dishes with fruit!Read More

1:30 AM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Wake Up Call

Food Network stars reveal foods they love to start their day with. From Giada and Wicked Spicy Hot Chocolate, to Bobby Flay's love for Peanut Butter and Banana Stuffed French Toast, to Duff Goldman's favorite huevos fiesta and more. Read More

2:00 AM

Carnival Eats

Viva! Vienna! Festival/Contraband Days Festival

Host Noah Cappe goes coastal in Virginia for creamy crab dip and discovers the secret to authentic Crawfish Gumbo in Louisiana.Read More

2:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Big Apple Breakfast

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

3:00 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

A 'Shroom with a View

Grandma Suzanne Taylor, 61, of Marin County, California came of age in the tumultuous 1960s - as a teenager she left home to join a bus full of activists traveling around the country. On this episode, Suzanne shows Mo how to forage for natural ingredients in the woods of Northern California. Suzanne and Mo find some stinging nettles for a nettle frittata with a potato crust, and later they search for trumpet mushrooms to make a hearty mushroom galette. Suzanne's a trip!Read More

3:30 AM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Miyoko McPherson - The Party Animal

Miyoko, 80, grew up by the sea in the Land of the Rising Sun. She teaches Mo Rocca traditional Japanese curing and grilling techniques - the main course is mackerel shioyaki. She also demonstrates how to make miso soup and cucumber salad. Miyoko has survived a lot in her life...one of her secrets, "party hard!"Read More

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