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7:00 AM

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

It's a girl's night at Siba Mtongana's with fabulous finger food and a super cool cocktail. There's stylish hot smoked salmon topped Mfino Fritters, sticky Chicken Winglets, a super easy Peppadew Dip and Siba's fruity Sundowner Cocktail. Throw in some store-bought sweet treats and Siba's best girl friends and you've got all the ingredients for a great girls' night in.Read More

8:00 AM

Luke Nguyen continues his journey around the oyster island of D'Oleron before exploring the food traditions of the Loire Valley.Read More

8:30 AM

Korean bar snacks are on the menu with Judy Joo's pan fried fish, Buffalo wings with spicy gochujang sauce, and meaty stuffed chili bombs. In Seoul, she samples dried fish snacks and fried chicken with bar owner Daniel Gray and visits Gongdoek market which serves Seoul's best fried snacks.Read More

 
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9:00 AM

Ching-He Huang is headed to Kansas City, Mo., to a family-run Vietnamese restaurant. Mimi Perkins opened Saigon 39 to rave reviews and lines down the block. Now, over 20 years later, the restaurant is in the hands of Mimi's children, Linda and Victor, and business has plummeted. Although officially retired, Mimi is still the boss. Ching needs to bring the dishes and the decor into the 21st century and get Mimi to take a step back and let Victor and Linda run the restaurant.Read More

 
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9:30 AM

As Sarah Graham's Food Safari journey comes to a close, Sarah prepares a feast for family and friends. The dinner of Linguini with Pea and Mint Pesto, Chili Calamari and Chorizo; Barbecue Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Red Cabbage and Apple Slaw; and Salted Caramel Banoffee Pudding Pots celebrates unpretentious, delicious food and the joy that comes from sharing it with those you love.Read More

10:00 AM

Giada De Laurentiis is inviting the girls over for a potluck party. They raid their closets and bring over clothes and jewelry to exchange and Giada makes Balsamic Chicken Drumettes, Grilled Eggplant and Goat Cheese Salad, Sweet Potato Fries with Basil Salt and Garlic Mayonnaise plus Vanilla Gelato Bites with Chocolate and Hazelnuts.Read More

10:30 AM

Italian street vendors are masters at making quick, delicious foods that cost next to nothing. Giada De Laurentiis brings some of these classic recipes back to her kitchen and puts her own spin on her favorite Italian street foods: Sausage, Peppers and Onions; Fried Ravioli; Zeppole.Read More

11:00 AM

Grilling is an age-old art form in Italian cooking. Giada De Laurentiis is going to show you how they do it in Italy with clean cuts of meat and fresh citrus flavors. A Saffron Orzo is the luxurious bed for a mixed grill of meats and vegetables with a Grilled Mixed Fruit dessert and a delicious Tiziano to drink.Read More

11:30 AM

Giada De Laurentiis is packing a picnic lunch to surprise her husband at work. An extra-special Penne with Beef and Arugula, Parmesan Poppers, irresistible Almond Blueberry Cookies and a fruity Iced Tea with Grenadine make for an easy, satisfying and portable picnic meal.Read More

12:00 PM

Summer is the perfect time to eat on the beach and tonight Giada De Laurentiis is entertaining in style with a sunset beach party. She's serving up a menu of light summer favorites (Salmon with Lemon, Capers and Rosemary; Farfalle with Broccoli and Watermelon and Cantaloupe Salad with Mint Vinaigrette) perfect for soaking in the warm weather.Read More

12:30 PM

Dessert is everyone's favorite part of the meal and for Italians, frozen desserts are an art form. Giada De Laurentiis whips up some of her favorite frozen treats and shows just how easy it is to make your own icy desserts at home. With recipes for: Italian Ice Pops, Pineapple Semifreddo, Chocolate-Hazelnut Gelato and Gelato Cooler.Read More

1:00 PM

With the Mediterranean Sea lapping all around the coast of Italy, seafood is a huge part of Italian cooking. Today, Giada's cooking up a menu of Prosciutto-Wrapped Scallops, Crab and Ricotta Cannelloni, Sea Bass Alla Fiorentina and a Halibut and Chickpea Salad that's sure to turn even the strictest landlubber into a seafood fan.Read More

1:30 PM

Giada De Laurentiis and her aunt always cook for this annual awards party together and this year it's going to be a menu of spicy showstoppers. They're cooking up a rich and flavorful Bollito Misto, a warm and crispy Spicy Baked Macaroni and an exciting Spiced Chocolate Budino that's sure to get a standing ovation.Read More

2:00 PM

In Italy, afternoon dessert is as traditional as English tea. With all the women in Giada De Laurentiis'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

Giada De Laurentiis has got a friend in town and she wants her to wake up to a delicious selection of Italian breakfast favorites. Giada prepares: Lemon and Basil Eggs Over Foccacia, Breakfast Pizza, Italian Breakfast Skewers and a Hot Chocolate Bar.Read More

3:00 PM

If you like ice cream, you will be wowed by these unique treats. How about bourbon and corn flakes flavored scoops at Humphry Slocombe? Or the sweets at Sweet Rose Creamery where everything from the cones to the chocolate chips are made from scratch? And don't forget to visit the Dairy Godmother for unique ice pop flavors like grilled pineapple and pink peppercorn. Read More

 
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3:30 PM

We'll show you unique sandwiches from across the country and the people who make them so special. A Jewish Deli in New York with roots with Montreal is serving up their signature smoked meat. Classically trained French chefs in San Francisco are upgrading some Asian classics while just down the street a hands-on chef from Massachusetts is making everything from scratch. And in Portland, three friends from North Carolina are turning out the best biscuit sandwiches in town.Read More

4:00 PM

Give in to your chocolate cravings at these hotspots that make everything you could ever desire in chocolate! From gourmet confections like chocolate fleur de sel toffee, nostalgic baked treats like whoopie pies, outrageous hand formed chocolate salamis, and chocolate sea salt crostatas. These handmade chocolate treats will tantalize your tastebuds. Read More

 
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4:30 PM

These unique eateries churn out some of the best street foods on the planet. Enjoy authentic Thai dishes in Portland. Feast on succulent chicken and porchetta from a rolling rotisserie truck in San Francisco. Bite into coconut jam sandwiches in Los Angeles and grab a Belgian waffle to go in Portland. Read More

 
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5:00 PM

Farm to table dining has certainly swept the nation, but these locations take the idea of farm to table to the extreme. At Blue Hill at Stone Barns, they take farming to a scientific and educational level, and then turn the fruits of their labor into fine dining. At Dinners at the Farm, you dine under the stars on the very farm where the ingredients were picked moments ago. And at Ubuntu, where the plates are like works of art, even meat eaters eat their vegetables...and love it.Read More

 
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5:30 PM

Everything is better with cheese, and these restaurants will show you why. Take a tour of a cheese cave and enjoy a world-renowned fondue and cheesecake in New York. Find out how many cheeses can fit into one macaroni and cheese dish in Connecticut. And enjoy some of the most unique and sought-after grilled cheese sandwiches in San Francisco.Read More

6:00 PM

Chef Roger Mooking visits chefs using unusual tools over live fires. In Georgia, Roger meets Erik Niel, a chef that loves to break out of his butcher shop to cook outdoors. And Erik is pulling something out of his hat: over a dozen rabbits cooked rotisserie-style with bamboo poles. In Plano, Texas, Roger visits friend Chef Tim Byres at his restaurant Smoke to take a stab at cooking flank steak and whole chickens on swords.Read More

6:30 PM

The fires glow bright in the Carolinas. Roger Mooking visits Skylight Inn, a family-run restaurant in North Carolina that's been serving whole hog-style barbecue for 65 years. In South Carolina, five friends create an extravagant two-day, meat-filled feast called "Bovinova, Barn Yard Burn." Six hundred hungry barbecue lovers come for the surf and turf paella, roasted chickens, roasted lamb, pigs and the main attraction, a whole roasted cow!Read More

 
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7:00 PM

Today it's all about Roger Mooking's favorite animal, the pig. He's hamming it up at some of the country's best suppliers of pork. Roger heads to Edwards near historic Jamestown, Va., to visit Sam Edwards, a third-generation "ham master" who pays tribute to old world Europe with his cured, smoked and aged country hams. Roger also stops by Benton's delicious Smoky Mountain Country Hams in Madisonville, Tenn., where Allan Benton has turned the dry curing of ham and bacon into a culinary art.Read More

7:30 PM

Roger Mooking heads to North and South Carolina to visit a couple of old school restaurants that have upheld a long tradition of mouthwatering barbecue for several generations. At Sweatman's in Holly Hill, S.C., whole hogs are cooked low and slow and then pulled and chopped into juicy, meaty perfection. In North Carolina, Roger visits Stamey's Barbecue in Greensboro for their Lexington-style barbecue. Succulent pork shoulders are chopped and piled high on a bun, kissed with vinegar sauce and crowned with slaw.Read More

8:00 PM

Texas is famous for American barbecue, but today Roger Mooking is making his way through the Lone Star state for live-fire Latin American cooking and to savor the flavors of smoked European-style sausages. Class is in session at the Culinary Institute of America in San Antonio and Roger gets a lesson in preparing Mexican-style short ribs cooked in the ground. Elgin is a town famous for their German-style sausages and Roger visits Meyer's and helps prepare thousands of twice smoked sausages.Read More

8:30 PM

Roger Mooking searches the Gulf States for tasty artisanal foods kissed with smoke and fire that deliver big flavors. In Austin, a family roasts coffee the old fashioned way -- small batches over a roaring fire. Roger savors a cup and also learns how they use coffee in Texas barbecue. Then it's off to LaPlace, La., for amazing Andouille sausages, smoked sausages and tasso. Roger tastes these Louisiana treats in some New Orleans classics.Read More

9:00 PM

Chef Roger Mooking goes to Llano Seco Ranch in Chico, Calif., where he and Charlie Thieriot slow roast a 30-pound porchetta. In Sandy, Ore., Roger meets caterers Jaret Foster and Mona Johnson, and assists them in putting together roasted mussels and a crowd-pleasing white bean, chorizo and clam stew.Read More

9:30 PM

Roger Mooking is hanging out with two chefs putting a whole new spin on rotisserie cooking in the great outdoors. At SpringHouse restaurant in Alexander City, Ala., Chef Rob McDaniel has designed a fire-fueled contraption that he and Roger use to roast succulent legs of lamb. In Charleston, S.C., Craig Deihl is the chef and owner of Cypress, a restaurant famous for wood-fired food. Craig also likes playing with fire outside the kitchen, and he's created a backyard-friendly rotisserie that can roast whole strings of ducks and chickens.Read More

10:00 PM

Roger heads to the heart of New Mexico where cooking with fire is taken to new culinary heights with mud and steel. Roger visits Comida de Campos in Embudo, a farm and cooking school where delicious feasts are cooked in cone-shaped clay ovens, where he helps cook pork shoulder. In Bosque, Roger fires up three steel discos and one large jara for two New Mexican pork dishes: carne adovada and carnitas.Read More

 
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10:30 PM

Chef Roger Mooking meets with two Southern ladies famous in the barbecue world. In Nashville, Roger has eyes only for the smoked ribs at Mary's Old Fashioned Pit Bar-B-Que. At Helen's Bar-B-Q in Brownsville, Tenn., Roger meets legendary pit master Helen Turner and help her cook pork shoulders, pork ribs and a whole stick of bologna.Read More

11:00 PM

Host Alton Brown shows how to turn fiend to friend when he takes on dark leafy greens, making Mustard Green Gratin, Pot O'Greens and Lemon Sesame Glazed Greens. Tune in and you might learn a thing or two about nutrition, too.Read More

11:30 PM

Alton Brown has everything you never knew you wanted to know about procuring, preserving and presenting the first vegetable of the season, asparagus. Buying, storing, and cooking are investigated as well as the science behind that ... um ... funny smell.Read More

12:00 AM

Texas is famous for American barbecue, but today Roger Mooking is making his way through the Lone Star state for live-fire Latin American cooking and to savor the flavors of smoked European-style sausages. Class is in session at the Culinary Institute of America in San Antonio and Roger gets a lesson in preparing Mexican-style short ribs cooked in the ground. Elgin is a town famous for their German-style sausages and Roger visits Meyer's and helps prepare thousands of twice smoked sausages.Read More

12:30 AM

Roger Mooking searches the Gulf States for tasty artisanal foods kissed with smoke and fire that deliver big flavors. In Austin, a family roasts coffee the old fashioned way -- small batches over a roaring fire. Roger savors a cup and also learns how they use coffee in Texas barbecue. Then it's off to LaPlace, La., for amazing Andouille sausages, smoked sausages and tasso. Roger tastes these Louisiana treats in some New Orleans classics.Read More

1:00 AM

Chef Roger Mooking goes to Llano Seco Ranch in Chico, Calif., where he and Charlie Thieriot slow roast a 30-pound porchetta. In Sandy, Ore., Roger meets caterers Jaret Foster and Mona Johnson, and assists them in putting together roasted mussels and a crowd-pleasing white bean, chorizo and clam stew.Read More

1:30 AM

Roger Mooking is hanging out with two chefs putting a whole new spin on rotisserie cooking in the great outdoors. At SpringHouse restaurant in Alexander City, Ala., Chef Rob McDaniel has designed a fire-fueled contraption that he and Roger use to roast succulent legs of lamb. In Charleston, S.C., Craig Deihl is the chef and owner of Cypress, a restaurant famous for wood-fired food. Craig also likes playing with fire outside the kitchen, and he's created a backyard-friendly rotisserie that can roast whole strings of ducks and chickens.Read More

2:00 AM

Roger heads to the heart of New Mexico where cooking with fire is taken to new culinary heights with mud and steel. Roger visits Comida de Campos in Embudo, a farm and cooking school where delicious feasts are cooked in cone-shaped clay ovens, where he helps cook pork shoulder. In Bosque, Roger fires up three steel discos and one large jara for two New Mexican pork dishes: carne adovada and carnitas.Read More

 
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2:30 AM

Chef Roger Mooking meets with two Southern ladies famous in the barbecue world. In Nashville, Roger has eyes only for the smoked ribs at Mary's Old Fashioned Pit Bar-B-Que. At Helen's Bar-B-Q in Brownsville, Tenn., Roger meets legendary pit master Helen Turner and help her cook pork shoulders, pork ribs and a whole stick of bologna.Read More

3:00 AM

Host Alton Brown shows how to turn fiend to friend when he takes on dark leafy greens, making Mustard Green Gratin, Pot O'Greens and Lemon Sesame Glazed Greens. Tune in and you might learn a thing or two about nutrition, too.Read More

3:30 AM

Alton Brown has everything you never knew you wanted to know about procuring, preserving and presenting the first vegetable of the season, asparagus. Buying, storing, and cooking are investigated as well as the science behind that ... um ... funny smell.Read More

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