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7:00 AM

Host Alton Brown helps you get more oats in your diet with some very surprising culinary incarnations.Read More

7:30 AM

Whether they're the main ingredient or a supporting player, nuts have needs: special needs if we're going to get the most out of them. Learn better ways to store, cook and cook with a variety of nuts, which turn out to be as good for you as they taste.Read More

8:00 AM

International travel is a risky, uncomfortable, and expensive business these days but if you have dry chickpeas in your pantry, exotic destinations are easily reached from the comfort of your kitchen. Join host Alton Brown as he journeys to the near east with hummus and falafel.Read More

8:30 AM

Dips may have driven host Alton Brown a little bonkers but that won't keep him from delivering the goods on a long line of dipables from guacamole and California dip to the unjustly dissed chicken liver mousse.Read More

9:00 AM

Grandma Nona Flye, 75, of Dallas, and Mo Rocca go hunting in the woods of Quanah, Texas, and cook up their bounty in her recreational vehicle. Whatever they shoot will be on the dinner menu, whether it's raccoon or boar. Everything is bigger in Texas and Nona is a larger-than-life character worthy of this great state.Read More

9:30 AM

Grandma Suzanne Taylor, 61, of Marin County, Calif., came of age in the tumultuous 1960s. 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.Read More

10:00 AM

G. Garvin visits The Original Farmers Market for a taste of local California eats with a Southern flair. He stops by family-owned The Gumbo Pot, known for the best authentic New Orleans cuisine in town, then heads to Fritzi Dog where he works the counter and samples some of the best gourmet hot dogs and toppings around. Then it's off to a tasting at Bennett's Ice Cream for old-fashioned ice cream flavors at their best! G. heads to Berri's Pizza where a little Southern inspiration is found in their mouthwatering barbecue chicken Santa Fe Pizza and, finally, it's a stop at Woody's Bar-B-Que, an iconic institution in L.A., where G. gets schooled on what makes great barbecue.Read More

10:30 AM

Chuck is in Lafayette, the cultural capital of Louisian's Cajun country, where he visits chefs both young and old who are spicing up Pinhook Road with new points of view. At Jolie's Louisiana Bistro, Chef Greg Doucet fries up fried fish heads and teaches Chuck about the difference between Creole and Cajun heritage. Bread & Circus Provisions is where Chef Manny Augello's mad charcuterie skills lead Chuck to chow down on a bowl of ramen with miso broth, pork rib and pickled quail egg. At Cafe Vermilionville, Chef Pat Waters elevates a school lunch classic with a PB&J that uses brioche, seared foie gras, cashew butter and pepper jelly. Last, Chuck goes mudbugging for real, live crawdads and Jeff Hernandez and his crew at Krazy Klaws teach Chuck how to wash, boil, season and eat the little critters.Read More

11:00 AM

Laura's passion for food and cooking was inspired by her Italian grandmother, who taught her not only how to cook, but also how to spread love through food. Today Laura takes you on a very personal journey through her some of her Nonna's favorite dishes. First up, Nonna's hearty Pasta al Forno with Mini Meatballs. On the side, her crunchy Spicy Broccolini, and finally, a zesty Orange Bundt Cake with Mandarinello and Blackberry Compote topped off with Mascarpone Cream. This heartwarming meal will bring the flavors of Italy and the love of Nonna into your home.Read More

11:30 AM

After a long day, preparing a meal from scratch can often seem like a daunting task. Before you reach for the takeout menu, Laura will show you a simple and delicious crowd pleasing supper that's ready in a flash. She starts off with a tasty Sauteed Mushroom Bruschetta. For the main course, spicy Linguine with Shrimp Al'Amatriciana and a light Insalata Tre Colori with Lemon Dijon Vinaigrette. But that's not all, Laura shows us that on even the busiest of days, a delectable dessert is within reach with her Toasted Hazelnut Twists and Affogato. This quick and easy supper will feed not only your stomach, but your soul!Read More

12:00 PM

Laura began her culinary career years ago making pizza in her Dad's Pizzeria. Today, Laura and her Dad still love getting in the kitchen and cooking together like the old days. In this episode, Laura will make some of Dad's favorites, before he joins her in the kitchen for a pizza making reunion. First up Sal's Grilled Seafood Salad with Calamari and Shrimp, next it's a Classic Neapolitan Margherita Pizza and a White Pizza with garlic oil, prosciutto and arugula. Finally, a crave-worthy Chocolate-Hazelnut Zeppole. There's nothing more fun than Laura and Sal in the kitchen!Read More

12:30 PM

There is nothing more fun and creative than making a new meal from yesterday's leftovers. Laura demonstrates her tricks for turning everyday leftovers into a delicious meal with her mouthwatering Smokey Black Bean Rice, a Mexican-Style Chicken Pot Pie, a Tomato Avocado Salad with Creamy Yogurt Dressing and phenomenal Brownie Truffles. Laura proves that even the most mundane leftovers can become a tasty and low cost meal!Read More

1:00 PM

Brunch is often an underestimated meal, but it can actually be one of the most delicious and easy ways to entertain loved ones in a casual setting. In this show Laura makes a mouthwatering brunch that pairs both sweet and savory ingredients. She begins with her light and crispy Belgian Waffles topped with her famous Savory Sausage and Apple Hash. On the side, a delicious Roasted Fig Salad with Goat Cheese, Arugula and Prosciutto. Laura makes Almond Madelines in individual packages as a fun favor. And since no brunch is complete without a special drink, Laura makes a quick, refreshing Orange and Raspberry Mimosa. You'll be amazed: everything about this brunch is easy and with all your cooking out of the way, you'll be free to enjoy the company of friends and family!Read More

1:30 PM

Entertaining friends and family should be fun and relaxing, but that isn't always the case! Laura shares her secrets to creating a meal that will impress a crowd and, more importantly, will not stress the chef. She starts off with crispy Pancetta Wrapped Pork Loin with creamy Polenta Parmigiano. She then whips up a refreshing Roasted Fennel Salad With Oranges and Baby Arugula. For the finale, a silky Gingerbread Tiramisu. This twist on an Italian classic is sure to become a favorite amongst your guests. This mouthwatering meal will allow you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the party!Read More

2:00 PM

Chef Roger Mooking is in Southern California for two unbelievable backyard blowouts. Roger meets Chef Ben Ford in Tarzana for a unique California-style clambake, using an old wine barrel as the cooking vessel for clams, mussels, Dungeness crabs, artichokes, corn, potatoes and onions. In Chula Vista, Roger meets Francisco "Paco" Perez for traditional Mexican barbacoa which is whole lamb cooked in the ground, low and slow. Together they preheat an underground brick pit with a wood fire, and then season the lamb with a bright red chili marinade before covering it with dried avocado and fresh maguey leaves and cooking it in the pit overnight.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyone loves sitting in front of a fireplace, but Roger loves cooking in one: He visits two places in New England that host delicious fireplace feasts. During the winter months, family-run restaurant Salem Cross Inn in West Brookfield, Mass., roasts racks of ribs in front of a scorching indoor fireplace. At Foster's Clambake in York, Maine, a classic New England clambake of lobsters, mussels, clams, corn and potatoes is steamed to perfection in a massive outdoor fireplace.Read More

 
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3:00 PM

Celebrity Chef Aarón Sánchez soaks up the sun, innovations and traditions of the Mile High taco scene in Denver. With his Tio Mario and cousin Javier as guides, Aarón crushes beer-braised Stella's Pork Carnitas taco topped with a rich gouda mash at Comida, the legendary Chile Relleno inside-a-Burrito at El Taco De Mexico, and a Native American treat featuring braised bison on Fry Bread at Tacobe. And for dinner with his relatives, it's the flavors of Southern Mexico when Adelita's Cocina and Cantina chef Silvia Ayala infuses the flavors of her home town of Michoacan into her Carne Asada tacos.Read More

3:30 PM

Fran Garcia may be a pizza man, but he has always been an actor at heart. So, he heads to L.A. to see if he has what it takes to hang amongst the Brads and Leonardos. Of course, he takes his cousin, best friend, and "agent" Sal Basille along, and no trip with these two would be complete without finding the best food stops the city has to offer. First up, Fran and Sal hit up Guisados in East Los Angeles for tacos filled with homemade braises wrapped in fresh corn tortillas. Next, they visit their friend, film exec, and now bakery owner Lisa at Cake Monkey to thank her for arranging the audition for Fran, and to taste her sinfully sweet treats. Finally, to celebrate a successful trip, the boys head to the famous food trucks of Abbot Kinney to grab a slice at the Urban Oven. Just two New York pizza guys in the glitz and glamour of L.A. looking for fame, fortune, and, of course, great food.Read More

4:00 PM

Whether you like it fried, roasted, grilled or smoked, we've got a chicken dish you will want to sink your teeth into. Two different styles of Korean fried chicken are the delicious draw at Crisp in Chicago. Approximately 5000 people come to Wright's Farm in Rhode Island on the weekend for their ten dollar, all-you-can-eat roast chicken dinner. Romados in Montreal specializes in Portuguese rotisserie grilled chicken that's slathered with a top-secret sauce. And at Hill Country in New York, chickens and game hens are smoked with Texas post oak and the chickens are dunked in a sticky sweet and tangy barbecue sauce.Read More

4:30 PM

From St. Thomas to Mackinac Island, Michigan to Montauk, New York, Katie Lee is beach hopping to find the local take on the best treats these islands have to offer. She samples some fresh Ahi Tuna Nachos, helps cook a one of a kind Caribbean Stewed Chicken, kayaks to shore for a burger with a unique twist and enjoys Oyster Escabeche, with oysters she helped harvest. Plus, there's always time for cocktails, sweet treats, and more on this island hopping adventure!Read More

5:00 PM

It will be a real horse race when four talented cupcake bakers vie for the chance to have their delicious displays featured at the red carpet celebration for the famed Kentucky Derby.Read More

 
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6:00 PM

Donut-makers Robert from Florida, Carrie from Albuquerque and pastry chef Josie from Montreal compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Carnival" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.Read More

6:30 PM

A singing rabbi from Edmonton, Alberta, a lawyer from Moscow, Idaho, and a college grad from Nashville compete in a speedy elimination round with trail mix as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Mardi Gras-themed Donut Showdown.Read More

7:00 PM

In the tiny town of Chowchilla, CA Noah Cappe discovers some carnival eats that deserve to be shared with the world. First up, it's the Deep Pit Barbeque, a meat extravaganza that takes three days to prepare. Noah also enjoys a Funnel Cake Cheeseburger and the Baja Avocado Taco. Across the country in New Jersey, the St. Michael's Italian Festival celebrates the cultural and culinary history of Italian-Americans with Zeppole, a cheesecake known as Cake 'n Bacon and a bad boy of a sandwich: The Hoboken Fat Boy.Read More

7:30 PM

On this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to Oklahoma for the Apache Rattlesnake Festival. He bravely samples the Deep Fried Rattlesnake, the namesake dish of the festival. Then it's back to more carnival classics like Texas Twister Fries and the spicy Mexi-Dog. Later, Noah takes in the treats at Alabama's Oak Mountain Spring Fair. Starting with Dre's Barbeque Baked Potato, and moving onto cheese-stuffed gilled pork balls, jambalaya stuffed peppers and finishing up with Deep Fried Bread Pudding, it's southern comfort food with a fair flare!Read More

8:00 PM

Coca Cola. Girl Scout Cookies. Twinkies. There are some foods that are just part of the American experience; on a special one-hour Unwrapped, we explore these "All-American Eats." For the first time, Coca-Cola opens its doors to our cameras to reveal the secrets of America's number one soft drink. With 500 million Twinkies coming off the line each year, we'll answer the question, "how do they get that filling into those tiny cakes?" If you grew up with Nestle Drumsticks, you might want to hear the new way they're making them even more tasty! Plus, we'll get all red, white and blue over Hungry Jack, Starbucks, Little Debbie and Jack Daniels! Marc Summers hosts "All-American Eats" on Unwrapped.Read More

9:00 PM

Sunday Suppers have become a tradition in the Simmons household and Rev is yearning to pass down his own family traditions to his daughter Miley. Rev teaches his daughter a special recipe from his childhood, his mother's savory Shrimp and Rice. To complete the meal, Justine serves up a side of her Cheddar and Chive Biscuits and a Chocolate Fondue dessert that would have made Momma Evelyn proud.Read More

9:30 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

10:00 PM

Sherri finds religion while cooking with the faithful: At Vonda's Kitchen in Newark, N.J., Sherri is treated to Vonda's Smothered Turkey Wings; At the church of St. Francis Xavier in Manhattan, Father Charles Frederico and Sherri make his Spaghetti e Vongole for a holy crowd; In Brooklyn, Sherri visits the crossroads of food and faith at Basil, a Kosher food and wine bar. And Sherri samples a sanctified sweet, the Land of Milk and Honey Cupcakes.Read More

10:30 PM

It's not easy to get people in Washington to agree on much, but everyone will agree that Kix has found three of the best steakhouses in our nation's capital. Ray's The Steak is a local favorite serving succulent steak dishes that have loyal clientele coming back for more. Even the President is a fan! The Partisan is at the forefront of DC's modern cuisine serving fresh, high quality meat thanks to their own in-house butcher shop. No part of the animal goes to waste here; they even fry an apple pie in beef fat. Del Campo's South American menu includes Smoked Wagyu Steak and a massive sandwich called a Chavito, piled high with an assortment of meat including seared rib-eye, Mortadella and Ham. It's as tall as the Washington Monument!Read More

11:00 PM

Festivals and fairs are the places to pile the yumminess HIGH and host Noah Cappe has found the best examples around. There are savory treats like BBQ Baked Potatoes, fries topped with lobster and a double decker Colossal Grilled Cheese, plus a decadent dessert that combines an ice cream sundae with mini funnel cakes to create a tower of taste.Read More

11:30 PM

Soon-to-be-married Josh and Jessalyn have planned everything for their French-themed wedding, with one big exception. They haven't been able to agree on the perfect cake design to represent them both. With only a few days until the wedding, three designers present jaw-dropping concepts. Which will Josh and Jessalyn pick? And will the winning cake make it to the reception on time and in one piece? Read More

12:00 AM

Coca Cola. Girl Scout Cookies. Twinkies. There are some foods that are just part of the American experience; on a special one-hour Unwrapped, we explore these "All-American Eats." For the first time, Coca-Cola opens its doors to our cameras to reveal the secrets of America's number one soft drink. With 500 million Twinkies coming off the line each year, we'll answer the question, "how do they get that filling into those tiny cakes?" If you grew up with Nestle Drumsticks, you might want to hear the new way they're making them even more tasty! Plus, we'll get all red, white and blue over Hungry Jack, Starbucks, Little Debbie and Jack Daniels! Marc Summers hosts "All-American Eats" on Unwrapped.Read More

1:00 AM

Sunday Suppers have become a tradition in the Simmons household and Rev is yearning to pass down his own family traditions to his daughter Miley. Rev teaches his daughter a special recipe from his childhood, his mother's savory Shrimp and Rice. To complete the meal, Justine serves up a side of her Cheddar and Chive Biscuits and a Chocolate Fondue dessert that would have made Momma Evelyn proud.Read More

1:30 AM

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

2:00 AM

Sherri finds religion while cooking with the faithful: At Vonda's Kitchen in Newark, N.J., Sherri is treated to Vonda's Smothered Turkey Wings; At the church of St. Francis Xavier in Manhattan, Father Charles Frederico and Sherri make his Spaghetti e Vongole for a holy crowd; In Brooklyn, Sherri visits the crossroads of food and faith at Basil, a Kosher food and wine bar. And Sherri samples a sanctified sweet, the Land of Milk and Honey Cupcakes.Read More

2:30 AM

It's not easy to get people in Washington to agree on much, but everyone will agree that Kix has found three of the best steakhouses in our nation's capital. Ray's The Steak is a local favorite serving succulent steak dishes that have loyal clientele coming back for more. Even the President is a fan! The Partisan is at the forefront of DC's modern cuisine serving fresh, high quality meat thanks to their own in-house butcher shop. No part of the animal goes to waste here; they even fry an apple pie in beef fat. Del Campo's South American menu includes Smoked Wagyu Steak and a massive sandwich called a Chavito, piled high with an assortment of meat including seared rib-eye, Mortadella and Ham. It's as tall as the Washington Monument!Read More

3:00 AM

Festivals and fairs are the places to pile the yumminess HIGH and host Noah Cappe has found the best examples around. There are savory treats like BBQ Baked Potatoes, fries topped with lobster and a double decker Colossal Grilled Cheese, plus a decadent dessert that combines an ice cream sundae with mini funnel cakes to create a tower of taste.Read More

3:30 AM

Soon-to-be-married Josh and Jessalyn have planned everything for their French-themed wedding, with one big exception. They haven't been able to agree on the perfect cake design to represent them both. With only a few days until the wedding, three designers present jaw-dropping concepts. Which will Josh and Jessalyn pick? And will the winning cake make it to the reception on time and in one piece? Read More

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