Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Thanksgiving Battle

Having won the Next Iron Chef Competition, new Iron Chef Michael Symon enters kitchen stadium to be challenged to the ultimate Thanksgiving battle!Read More

8:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Flay/Symon vs. Garces/Forgione: Thanksgiving Battle

Two teams of Iron Chefs face off in this Thanksgiving Battle: Iron Chefs Bobby Flay and Michael Symon versus Iron Chefs Jose Garces and Marc Forgione. Judges are Karine Bakhoum, Henry Winkler and Cady Huffman.Read More

9:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Thanksgiving Showdown

Team "Iron Chef America" (Iron Chefs Michael Symon, Marc Forgione and Geoffrey Zakarian) takes on Team "Chopped" (Chefs Aaron Sanchez, Scott Conant and Marc Murphy) in this Thanksgiving Showdown. The Judges are Anthony Anderson, Donatella Arpaia, Simon Majumdar and Hal Rubenstein.Read More

10:00 AM

Voltaggio Specials

Thanksgiving Tricks and Tips

Brothers and Chefs Michael and Bryan Voltaggio team up with Starbucks to demystify cooking Thanksgiving dinner by offering great tips for a delicious menu while making the whole week stress-free. Beginning with prep work on Sunday and continued tips offered for mid-week time-savers, the Voltaggios will amp up the recipes with their chef secrets to wow everyone with Thanksgiving favorites. And, no holiday would be complete without the perfect Starbucks coffee to elevate the holiday experience.Read More

10:30 AM

The Originals with Emeril

New Orleans

Join Chef Emeril Lagasse as he returns to the city that made him famous, New Orleans, and stops by three of his favorite classic restaurants. He ventures to Casamento's, a restaurant renowned for its fresh oysters and Italian tile walls and floors. Emeril hits the kitchen to help make their oyster stew and whips up some cocktail sauce for diners at the oyster bar. He also visits Cafe Du Monde, where donuts do not have holes and go by the fancy name of beignets. Find out why locals and tourists alike visit the cafe 24/7 for the simple joy of these beignets and a cup of chicory coffee. Plus, Chef Lagasse heads to the heart of the French Quarter to dine at one of the country's grandest restaurants, Antoine's. He tours Antoine's 15 dining rooms and learns the history behind one of its most famous dishes, Oysters Rockefeller. Want to see how they make a Baked Alaska dessert? Emeril has you covered as well.Read More

1:00 PM

Unique Eats

Gastropubs

These are places where the drink list may be long, but the dining is the real reason to visit. We meet the chef who brought the tradition of gastropubs over from England and experience her nose-to-tail cooking. Then, a gastropub that serves American favorites like hot dogs and tater tots, but this fare is far from the ordinary. Plus, a traditional German-style beer hall that boasts the best home-made charcuterie in town.Read More

1:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Chicago's Coolest Doughnuts

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

2:00 PM

Man Fire Food

Fireplace Feasts

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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2:30 PM

Man Fire Food

Backyard Feast

At Ned Ludd An American Craft Kitchen restaurant in Portland, Ore., chef Jason French loves to prepare food in his wood-fired oven and outdoor smoker so much that he doesn't even have a gas stove. Jason takes Roger to Big Table Farm in Gaston where his friends built a smoker out of a sea buoy. Chickens and pork belly are smoked for a sunset feast in the middle of the farm. In Iowa City, chef Kurt Friese hosts "Lambapalooza," whole lamb cooked on a rotisserie he built in his backyard. Lamb from a local farm is stuffed with aromatics and cooked throughout the day and potatoes harvested that morning are baked directly in the coals.Read More

 
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3:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Best of the Blue Ridge

On any list of the most food-friendly towns in America, Asheville, N.C., figures high in the rankings. There's great eating everywhere, but nowhere more so than on Biltmore Avenue. Chuck Hughes is in for a treat at his first stop, Blackbird, where pastry chef Roslyn Taubman bakes a decadent and uniquely Southern coconut cake. Then it's off to the largest privately-owned house in America, the Biltmore Estate, which is more than just a beautifully preserved relic of the Gilded Age. It's also where Chef Damien Cavicchi prepares historic meals, specifically smoked lamb with corn bread, grilled plums and brown butter vinaigrette. At Tomato Jam Cafe, Chuck gets a lesson in southern cooking from chef Daniel Wright when he bakes cat head biscuits with the eponymous tomato jam. Last, Chef Laurey Masterton introduces Chuck to the local produce, and the local producers, namely honey bees, whose bounty she uses to make honey-glazed pork tenderloin with fresh peach salsa.Read More

3:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Houston Goes Global

Houston, Texas, is a huge city with over two million people and to meet its equally huge community of chefs, Chuck heads to Westheimer Road. First stop is Underbelly, where Chef Chris Shepherd is known for his crispy ham ribs with sorghum mustard glaze. At Osteria Mazzantini, Chef John Sheeley uses red snapper straight from the Gulf of Mexico to create a recipe with squash and cabbage handed down from his Italian family. Next, Chuck samples an Indian breakfast crepe at Chef Anita Jaisinghani's restaurant Indika. And no trip to Houston would be complete without Mexican food and Chuck gets his fill at Hugo's, where Chef Hugo Ortega prepares handmade blue tortillas filled with salsa, guacamole and chapulines -- grasshoppers!Read More

4:00 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

It's Gumbo Dammit!

Clida Ellison, 76, may live in Detroit, Michigan, but this southern transplant prefers to cook the dishes she grew up with in her native town of Natchitoches, Louisiana. Mo learns how to make Clida's favorite Creole dishes - gumbo, pralines and stuffed crab. Read More

4:30 PM

My Grandmother's Ravioli

Peggy Guiliano - 'Giving Back

Grandmother and Irish lass Peggy Guiliano of Caldwell, N.J., devotes much of her life to her grandchildren and also to giving back to those in need. Peggy introduces Mo Rocca to the soup kitchen at New Jersey's oldest church -- St. John's in Newark. Mo and Peggy cook up some mean meatloaf and join other church volunteers to feed nearly three hundred hungry people from the neighborhood. Peggy also shows Mo how to make her famous scones, which they also distribute at the church.Read More

5:00 PM

Cupcake Wars

Good Cause Cupcakes

An emotional episode has one baker raising awareness for a cause, while the other raises eyebrows with the judges.Read More

 
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6:00 PM

Donut Showdown

Football

A motorcycle mama from Englewood, Calif., an ex-PR gal from Toronto and a deli owner from Waterloo, Ontario, compete in a speedy elimination round with fruit leather as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Football-themed Donut Showdown.Read More

6:30 PM

Donut Showdown

1950s

A second-generation donut maker from Stanford, Fla., a cafe owner from New Orleans and an executive chef from San Diego compete in a speedy elimination round with strawberry gelatin as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a 1950s-themed Donut Showdown.Read More

7:00 PM

Best in Chow

BBQ Wars Nashville

Cris travels to Nashville, Tennessee to find the best hot dog in the Athens of the South. Will it be Dry Ribs from Peg Leg Porker, the Hand Pulled Pork Sandwich from Hog Heaven or the Hickory Smoked ribs from the Wildhorse Saloon? Tune in to find out who will win the battle of BBQ Wars Nashville.Read More

7:30 PM

Best in Chow

Burger Wars Las Vegas

Cris Nannarone hits Vegas and bets he can find the best burger in the city. Featuring the "Famous Blue Cheese Burger" from Stripburger, "The Gold Standard" from Holstien's and the "Highway 80" from BLT Burger. Let's hope they call it "Sin City" because of the food.Read More

8:00 PM

For the Love of Pie!

For the Love of Pie!

A pie craze is sweeping the nation and the Cooking Channel is out to showcase it! The belief that "pies are the next cupcakes" is gaining momentum. Part of that sentiment is based on pie/cupcake similarities. Both are classic desserts with comforting associations that are great for virtually any occasion. But pies have the added benefit of regional distinction. Call it a road trip, call it an obsession, but we will crisscross the country "FOR THE LOVE OF PIE!"Read More

9:00 PM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Bang for the Buck

Everyone loves a deal, especially a delicious deal! Like FREE Philly Cheesesteaks, or an unbelievable four-course chef's tasting menu for $15! Or top notch surf and turf for $7.77! These are just a few of the dishes Wolfgang Puck, Alton Brown, the Neelys and others say deliver the best BANG FOR THE BUCK.Read More

9:30 PM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Totally Fried

Food Network stars open up about the best fried foods they've ever eaten ... from Bobby Flay's favorite French fries, to Giada's passion for decadent fried doughnuts, and Guy Fieri's love affair with a Caribbean classic! We visit the locations where the fryers are hot and reveal how these dishes are totally fried to perfection.Read More

10:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Colorado Sweets

Colorado has it all: Mountains, lakes and sweets. Head to High Point Creamery in Denver for unusual ice cream flavors like lemon ice pop with raspberry swirl and earl grey tea with shortbread, or have a slice of ice cream cake drizzled with hot fudge. In Boulder, Pizzeria Locale finishes off their dinner menu with three desserts done simply and perfectly. You can order the seasonal biscotti, butterscotch budino, or saltimbocca -- baked pizza dough filled with gooey, melted chocolate-hazelnut spread. And also in Denver, Glaze: They serve German layered cakes called baumkuchen that will amaze and delight your eyes and taste buds.Read More

10:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Breakfast Sweets

Of bakeries and brunches from the Pacific Northwest to New York City, we've found the best reasons to roll out of bed in the morning. Think outside the toaster and try a warm slice of brioche sweetened with almond paste and homemade almond syrup, a hand-forged donut, a towering stack of peanut-butter filled chocolate waffles, or a coffee cake made just for you (with a single-drip artisan coffee brew to match).Read More

11:00 PM

Carnival Eats

Ohio State Fair/NC Potato Festival

Host Noah Cappe heads to the Ohio State Fair, one of the country's oldest and biggest fairs, with food that's just as outrageous. Noah samples a perfect combination of savory meat and sweet treats in the Pulled Pork Donut. Fair classics like Funnel Cakes and the Blooming Onion and Funnel Cakes get a Ohio state spin but it's the Giant Deep Fried Gummy Bear that really gets Noah going. Then he heads to the NC Potato Festival in North Carolina, where a local specialty is a big hit: Calabash Flounder.Read More

11:30 PM

Offbeat Eats with Jim Stacy

Day at the Beach

Tiki huts, 50s beach parties, and surf rock -- Jim is all about America's nostalgia for beach and island culture, and the amazing food and drinks that come with it. In this episode, Jim heads to three quirky eateries with amazing food and drink -- and epic beach experiences that transport people to a day at a faraway beach. In Falls Church, Va., Jim heads to Clare & Don's Beach Shack, which serves up classic Florida beach fare in a flip-flop friendly love letter to beaches 800 miles away -- a burger with creamy shrimp sauce, fish tacos and the Florida State Fair favorite deep fried sandwich cookie sundae. In Louisville, Ky., he discovers a pitch-perfect Baja California beach eatery in El Camino, whose patio's fire pit tables are always filled to the brim with fans of their inventive cocktails and artistic Southern California fare. And at Ft. Lauderdale, Florida's, iconic Mai Kai, Jim is taken away to a Tahitian beach and Tiki heaven with their eye-popping decor, inventive cooking techniques, and -- of course -- flaming drinks.Read More

12:00 AM

For the Love of Pie!

For the Love of Pie!

A pie craze is sweeping the nation and the Cooking Channel is out to showcase it! The belief that "pies are the next cupcakes" is gaining momentum. Part of that sentiment is based on pie/cupcake similarities. Both are classic desserts with comforting associations that are great for virtually any occasion. But pies have the added benefit of regional distinction. Call it a road trip, call it an obsession, but we will crisscross the country "FOR THE LOVE OF PIE!"Read More

1:00 AM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Bang for the Buck

Everyone loves a deal, especially a delicious deal! Like FREE Philly Cheesesteaks, or an unbelievable four-course chef's tasting menu for $15! Or top notch surf and turf for $7.77! These are just a few of the dishes Wolfgang Puck, Alton Brown, the Neelys and others say deliver the best BANG FOR THE BUCK.Read More

1:30 AM

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Totally Fried

Food Network stars open up about the best fried foods they've ever eaten ... from Bobby Flay's favorite French fries, to Giada's passion for decadent fried doughnuts, and Guy Fieri's love affair with a Caribbean classic! We visit the locations where the fryers are hot and reveal how these dishes are totally fried to perfection.Read More

2:00 AM

Unique Sweets

Colorado Sweets

Colorado has it all: Mountains, lakes and sweets. Head to High Point Creamery in Denver for unusual ice cream flavors like lemon ice pop with raspberry swirl and earl grey tea with shortbread, or have a slice of ice cream cake drizzled with hot fudge. In Boulder, Pizzeria Locale finishes off their dinner menu with three desserts done simply and perfectly. You can order the seasonal biscotti, butterscotch budino, or saltimbocca -- baked pizza dough filled with gooey, melted chocolate-hazelnut spread. And also in Denver, Glaze: They serve German layered cakes called baumkuchen that will amaze and delight your eyes and taste buds.Read More

2:30 AM

Unique Sweets

Breakfast Sweets

Of bakeries and brunches from the Pacific Northwest to New York City, we've found the best reasons to roll out of bed in the morning. Think outside the toaster and try a warm slice of brioche sweetened with almond paste and homemade almond syrup, a hand-forged donut, a towering stack of peanut-butter filled chocolate waffles, or a coffee cake made just for you (with a single-drip artisan coffee brew to match).Read More

3:00 AM

Carnival Eats

Ohio State Fair/NC Potato Festival

Host Noah Cappe heads to the Ohio State Fair, one of the country's oldest and biggest fairs, with food that's just as outrageous. Noah samples a perfect combination of savory meat and sweet treats in the Pulled Pork Donut. Fair classics like Funnel Cakes and the Blooming Onion and Funnel Cakes get a Ohio state spin but it's the Giant Deep Fried Gummy Bear that really gets Noah going. Then he heads to the NC Potato Festival in North Carolina, where a local specialty is a big hit: Calabash Flounder.Read More

3:30 AM

Offbeat Eats with Jim Stacy

Day at the Beach

Tiki huts, 50s beach parties, and surf rock -- Jim is all about America's nostalgia for beach and island culture, and the amazing food and drinks that come with it. In this episode, Jim heads to three quirky eateries with amazing food and drink -- and epic beach experiences that transport people to a day at a faraway beach. In Falls Church, Va., Jim heads to Clare & Don's Beach Shack, which serves up classic Florida beach fare in a flip-flop friendly love letter to beaches 800 miles away -- a burger with creamy shrimp sauce, fish tacos and the Florida State Fair favorite deep fried sandwich cookie sundae. In Louisville, Ky., he discovers a pitch-perfect Baja California beach eatery in El Camino, whose patio's fire pit tables are always filled to the brim with fans of their inventive cocktails and artistic Southern California fare. And at Ft. Lauderdale, Florida's, iconic Mai Kai, Jim is taken away to a Tahitian beach and Tiki heaven with their eye-popping decor, inventive cooking techniques, and -- of course -- flaming drinks.Read More

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