Program Guide Daily

7:00 AM

United Tastes of America

Chowder

Jeffrey Saad goes to pot in an episode dedicated to the original American coastal comfort food: chowder. The American tradition of seafood stew is as old as the country itself-but thanks to clever reinvention by some superstar chefs, it's getting a modern-day makeover. From the classic clam chowder of New England to the Manhattan-style chowder of New York to the good old gumbo of New Orleans, we'll uncover the hottest pots in America. And learn from one chowder-making wild child that fresh is best-even if it means casting your line from the shores of Brooklyn into the East River!Read More

7:30 AM

Unique Eats

Drinks

Check out creativity at its best at these eateries where it's not just about the food, but also the unique drinks. A java boutique where coffee drinks come in the most unique flavors; A brew pub where the beer menu reads like a book and the ales are used in the dishes too; to Mexican eatery shaking up margaritas and mezcals in unusual combinations, and a prohibition style gin joint where even the ice is carefully crafted. Read More

8:00 AM

Symon's Suppers

One Pot Wonders

Michael Symon shares his love of one-pot wonders like his luscious Pot Roast, beef brisket braised in beer then topped with mint, lemon zest, and a spicy Celery Giardiniera. To serve alongside, Michael visits the farmer's market for freshly ground polenta, and explores a local distillery where he picks up gin for a Negroni.Read More

8:30 AM

Heat Seekers

Chicago

Chefs Aaron Sanchez and Roger Mooking throw down in the Windy City, facing off to see who can handle the gut-wrenching heat of the Super Painful Pizza. They also visit the legendary hot dog home of for 'The Atomic Bomb,' and meet a chef with 4,000-bottles of hot sauce, and Cajun recipes that leave customers in tears!Read More

9:00 AM

FoodCrafters

Sticky

In this episode of FoodCrafters, host Aida Mollenkamp gets her hands sticky with a visit to Brooklyn where two friends craft handmade sweets. Then, visit a family that's making honey BBQ sauces in Seattle and two sisters who make ice cream sandwiches by hand in Portland. Plus, get the sticky on the Oregon couple making waves with their berry bursting sustainable sodas.Read More

9:30 AM

Fresh Food Fast with Emeril Lagasse

Tapas & Wine

Emeril is having a party inspired by the tastes and smells of Spain. His philosophy is small bites can go a long way when you are entertaining a large crowd. So sit back and relax as Emeril shows us how to get the festivities started with these delicious tapas and wines that will get you out of the kitchen and into the party!Read More

10:00 AM

Brunch at Bobby's

Vermont Bed & Breakfast Style

Bobby Flay loves to recreate his favorite vacation meals and this menu is no exception. For his Vermont Bed and Breakfast menu he's making Black Pepper Popovers Filled With Vermont Cheddar and Herb Scrambled Eggs and Maple-Mustard Glazed Canadian Bacon. And as if that's not enough to get you out of bed, he's also making Baked Apples with Oatmeal and Yogurt and mixing up an Old Vermont Cocktail.Read More

10:30 AM

Cooking for Real

Germany is Wonder-veal

'Lederhosen beware! Sunny fills you up with her delicious, German inspired meal. She starts things off with a traditional hunter's dish of veal Jaegerschnitzel served over Southern Cheese Grits, Honey-Glazed Carrots and finishes it all of with a mouth-watering Baked Apple with Crisp Topping.Read More

11:00 AM

Rachael Ray's Week in a Day

Stick to Your Ribs

Sink your teeth into this: a week's worth of well-balanced, stick-to-your-ribs suppers that you can whip out in a single afternoon! Roast Pork And Potatoes With Creamy Mushrooms And Kale; Corn And Crab Chowder Pot Pies; Minute Steak Hoagies With Homemade Steak Sauce Calabrese Chicken One Pot; Pork And Poblano Green Chili PotRead More

12:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Caribbean Surf and Turf

San Juan has tropical produce, Atlantic and Caribbean seafood, and Chuck tastes it all on Fortaleza Street. At Aguaviva, Chef Hector Cresto teaches Chuck how to catch spiny lobster in the ocean and then turn it into delicious ceviche with coconut cream and lime. At Siglo XX, chef Olga Flores and Chuck use an enormous 54-inch paella pan to make seafood paella for 80. At Cafe El Punto, Alejandro Jeffs teaches Chuck how to make a traditional mofongo with skirt steak that rivals that of any Puerto Rican grandmother. Then Chuck washes it down with coconut water straight from the source at Santana Nubios' street stall, Cocos Frios.Read More

12:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Food with a View

In cold remote Alaska, the views are amazing as the food. Chuck heads to Fourth Avenue to sample local favorites like traditional Russian dumplings called pelmenis and reindeer sausage (sorry Santa!). After Chuck goes fishing for salmon, Chef Reuben Gerber applies exceptional creativity to the native ingredient, pan-searing the fish with an orange gastrique high above the city in the Crow's Nest restaurant. Finally, Chuck enjoys a sweet rhubarb and strawberry popsicle from Kaity Reiley's vintage bike equipped with a cooler side car, called PopCycle. Even in summer the goodness of Alaska is best enjoyed frozen!Read More

1:00 PM

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Motor City Meals

Everybody loves a comeback story, and Detroit has one of the best. The city that gave us Motown and muscle cars also has people with grit, pride, and food traditions they stick with through thick and thin. To find them, Chuck Hughes follows Michigan Avenue to Slow's Bar-B-Q where Chef Brian Perrone pairs smoked St. Louis ribs with potato salad. At Hygrade Deli, Stuart Litt teaches Chuck about the art of meat with a triple-decker roast beef sandwich, aka the "Packing House." At La Pita, chef Hassan Hamid introduces Chuck to Lebanese home cooking with a dish called Melokhieh, made with Egyptian mallow leaves. Then, he hitches a ride with Brenda Matthews who distributes fresh produce throughout city neighborhoods by way of a mobile market called Peaches and Greens. Finally, Chuck cooks up a Motown classic - a grilled bologna sandwich with a "smosh" of potato chips - with Chef Ariel Millan at Mercury Burger Bar. Read More

1:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Simply Delicious San Diego

San Diego has it all- the beaches, zoo, aquarium and marine park, the whole sunny California dream. But for a deep dive into some of the best food in California, you'll want to venture inland to 30th Street. Every morning, Jenna Woodruff and Salpi Sleiman wheel a custom-made cart, the Roast Coach, onto the sidewalk to wake up the North Park neighborhood with pour-over coffee drinks shaken cocktail-style and spherical Danish pancakes called aebelskivers. After his morning caffeine, Chuck visits San Diego City College's Urban Farm to pick up fresh ingredients for the broiled sea bass, tomatoes, and tzatziki that Chef Ricardo Heredia prepares at Alchemy. At The Smoking Goat, Chuck makes a classic French dish called Poulet Basquaise with Chef Fred Piehl. Chef Matt Gordon tops it all off with a fresh watermelon salad at Urban Solace. Read More

2:00 PM

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Santa Fe Spice Up

Santa Fe is one of America's oldest cities, and, in every bite, you can taste its history - native culture, Spaniards who founded the city, the Old West, and the artists, writers, and chefs who came from everywhere else. Chuck's first stop is on Water Street at Coyote Cafe to try a dish rooted in the American West, chef Eric DiStefano's elk tenderloin marinated in hoisin and beer. At Rooftop Pizzeria, Chuck dives into chef Russell Thornton's Southwest pizza with its signature blue-corn crust and green chiles. After a tour of New Mexico's most famous food, chile, Chuck answers the state question at Chris Beck's Chile Shop: red or green? Finally, Chuck and chef Katherine Kagal of Cafe Pasqual's make a roasted turkey and sides in a unique outdoor oven, but not before hand making the pottery in which it cooks.Read More

2:30 PM

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DC's Diverse Cuisine

People from nearly every country make their home in Washington DC, and they don't keep their food traditions locked inside the gates of the embassies. A mile past the White House is an old neighborhood that's become the new capital of the Washington DC food scene - 14th Street Northwest. At Estadio, Chuck learns the secret to making the perfect tortilla Espanola, a dish that chef Haidar Karoum went to the far corners of Spain to learn. At The Pig, chef Robert Cain blends American farm-to-table philosophy with European technique to prepare barbecued pigtails. Chuck visits Pearl Dive Oyster Palace where he samples the saltiest oyster around along with the best fried chicken in DC then stops by Andy Shallal's Busboys and Poets, a cafe named for DC's most famous of busboys, poet Langston Hughes.Read More

3:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Magazine Street Mojo

New Orleans is a big delicious gumbo, and on Magazine Street, Chuck Hughes tastes a spicy melange of diverse influences. He starts with a crawfish pie straight from the bayou served up at Tee Eva's Pralines & Pecans, then gets a lesson in Creole roux at Ignatius. Up next, Chuck indulges his sweet tooth and penchant for hot sauce at the grocery store, Breaux Mart. Chuck gets a taste of a paneed Mississippi Rabbit sandwich at La Petite Grocery and then tries his hand at pulling taffy at a Roman Candy Company's roadside attraction.Read More

3:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Charleston Chew

Between great food and good manners, Charleston, South Carolina, has a lot to brag about. "Holy City" used to be its nickname, but these days "Hungry City" is just as appropriate. Chuck tastes the best of Charleston's rivers, farms, oceans, and marshes where they all converge on King Street. At Grocery, Chef Kevin Johnson roasts softshell crab and fresh asparagus in a wood-fired oven. Chuck discovers the Lowcountry classic Frogmore Stew at Chef Michelle Weaver's elegant Charleston Grill. At Butcher & Bee, Chef Stuart Tracy shows Chuck how to make a sandwich with chorizo and guacamole and then it's off to Glazed for gourmet doughnuts filled with local goat cheese, seasonal berries, and lavender glaze.Read More

4:00 PM

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Food Revolution

Philadelphia is good at starting things, revolutions and new forms of government, as well as culinary uprisings large and small. On Walnut Street, Chuck Hughes discovers Pickled Watermelon and Poutine topped with Fried Eggs at Square Peg and Veggie and traditional Meatballs at Marabella Meatball Co. Chuck then takes a walk to nearby Middle Eastern restaurant Zahav for a Hanger Steak on a bed of Baba Ghanoush and discovers one of the secret ingredients for the gelato at Capogiro Gelato that will make your head spin.Read More

4:30 PM

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Where the Ocean Meets the Farm

The "foodiest small town in America" has a lot to brag about. Portland, Maine, is where the ocean meets the farm, and Chuck tastes it all, including an underappreciated fish that gets its moment to shine in a delicate Pollock stew at Farmer's Table. Chuck also experiences the best sticky buns outside Paris at Standard Baking, along with a smoked lamb inspired by Italy at Vignola Cinque Terre, and a fresh, steamed lobster that Chuck catches himself at Three Sons Lobster & Fish.Read More

5:00 PM

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L.A.'s Island Paradise

Catalina Island is a unique place, with species of plants and animals that are found nowhere else on earth. You can find them, however, on diners' plates all along Crescent Avenue, a hotspot for cruise ship tourists and foodies alike. Lloyd's of Avalon is famous for caramel apples, and Taylor Wilson shows Chuck how to make their iconic creation replete with all the trimmings. Chuck stops in to Steve's Steakhouse where chef Frank Blair prepares stuffed Channel Island swordfish and garlic mashed potatoes. At Cafe Metropole, Chuck and Pam Albers forage for wild fennel to incorporate into her cole slaw and deconstructed elote salads. Finally, Chuck can't resist the fried sea bass and French fries that Miguel Tejeda prepares at Avalon Seafood.Read More

5:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Land of Cod

The easternmost city in North America, St. John's, Newfoundland, sits right where Arctic currents meets the warm Gulf Stream. That combination produces some nasty weather, the greatest fishing ground the world has ever known, and some killer restaurants all located on Water Street. And that means good eating for Chuck Hughes. At Aqua, chef Mark McCrowe bakes speckled trout, stuffed with shrimp and topped with lemon-caper beurre noisette and lobster meat. Chef Jeremy Charles blends rustic and refined at Raymonds, where he and Chuck place pan-seared diver scallops and parsnip puree in the scallop shell and drizzle it with sea urchin beurre blanc. It's back to basics, Newfie-style, at The Ship Pub where chef Dianne Glass makes moose bourguignon with toutons (a traditional fried-bread pancake). Last, Chuck meets ninth-generation Newfoundlander Jason Brake, chef at restaurant and boutique hotel, Blue on Water, for tea...tea made with fish.Read More

6:00 PM

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Houston Goes Global

Houston started small - just a seaside village back in the 1830s - but now, with over two million people from every possible background, Houston is huge. To meet its equally huge community of world-renowned chefs, Chuck heads to Westheimer Road. His first stop is at Underbelly, where James Beard award winning chef, Chris Shepherd, is known for his crispy ham ribs with sorghum mustard glaze, a dish inspired by his own signature hog. Chuck meets the sire, Earl, at Black Hill Farms. 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 to him from his Italian family. Next, Chuck samples a unique Indian breakfast crepe topped with veggies and a fried egg at chef Anita Jaisinghani's beautiful restaurant called Indika. 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...aka grasshoppers. Bugs never tasted so delicious!Read More

6:30 PM

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Minneapolis Melting Pot

Minnesota is called the "land of 10,000 lakes," but there's only one lake that Chuck is interested in...Lake Avenue in Minneapolis, home to the city's most delicious and diverse cuisine. His first stop is at Manny's Tortas where chef Manny Gonzalez makes what many believe are the best sandwiches in the whole city - piles of mouthwatering steak, onion, jalape?o, avocado, cheese, mushrooms, chipotle mayonnaise, and refried beans piled on top of buttered French bread. Next, Chuck samples the Japanese Fried Chicken at Moto-I, the only sake brewery outside of Japan where chef Omar Gillego invents fresh adaptations of Asian street food. Before visiting Craftsmen, Chuck and chef Ryan Swaim go ice fishing for the walleye they prepare along with sauteed mushrooms and potatoes in a cream sauce made from popcorn. Last, Chuck pays homage to the city's Scandinavian history with a stop at an iconic outpost, Ingebretsen's, where owner Steve Dahl explains how old-school favorites are made, like a flatbread called lefse and lutefisk cured with lye.Read More

7:00 PM

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Phoenix Feasting

Standing tall above the beautiful Arizona desert surrounding Phoenix is Camelback Mountain, and, at the base of it, sits Camelback Road and the heart of the Phoenix food scene. Chuck first visits the guru of innovative cooking when he samples chef Beau McMillan's Red Dragon shrimp with sesame rice, avocado, and kimchee mango prepared high up on the mountain at Elements, a luxurious restaurant surrounded by stunning vistas. Chuck gorges on the Sasquatch Burger that chef Aaron May turns out at The Lodge. It's a 10 oz beef burger sandwiched in between bacon and two grilled cheese sandwiches. Next, chef Mark Tarbell shows Chuck how to forage for local cactus, called nopales, from the back of an ATV for delicious vegetarian tacos at his restaurant, Tarbell's. Last, Chuck gets an unexpected treat at FuFu Cuisine, where chef Ester Mbaikambey specializes in hearty comfort food from her native Africa, including a goat stew called sombe and a starchy side called fufu which is made from yam flour. What a feast!Read More

7:30 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Authentically Austin

Austin, TX, doesn't quite crack the top ten in size for US cities. It's number eleven, but for its food scene, a lot of people think Austin is number one. For a cross section of its culinary creativity, Chuck heads to Lamar Boulevard. His first stop is at Uchi, where he meets chef de cuisine Jeramie Robison who oversees a stunning collaboration between black cod, white chocolate, and olive candy. Next, Chuck heads to Odd Duck, where sous chef Sam Hellman-Mass and his crew like to have fun with their food. Chuck joins in, and they prepare the pork belly slider with citrus cabbage slaw that draws in huge crowds from miles around. At El Meson, chef Marisela Godinez makes a chile nogada, stuffed with beef, pork, dried and fresh fruit, and nuts, using her family's recipe straight from Puebla, Mexico. Last, Chuck stops at the craft-style barbeque joint, Stiles Switch, where Lance Kirkpatrick puts the "master" in pitmaster and teaches Chuck how to stoke the fire for his famous smoked beef ribs. Read More

 
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8:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Food Court Fiasco

The entire food court in the historic Bourse building in Philadelphia is taking the day off, and one man is filling in. Robert's mission is to simultaneously open seven restaurants, with seven different cuisines in just eight hours. Robert must work through the night to stock each location with enough food to handle the hundreds of tourists who visit the Bourse each day.Read More

 
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9:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Block Party

When Robert arrives at a quite, tree lined street, he has no idea he's about to be hit with a mission that will pit him against one of his closest allies, his sous chef, David. The Palmer Street block party has a long tradition, but it's never seen anything like chef vs. chef in the Block Party Battle. Read More

10:00 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

10:30 PM

Carnival Eats

Oak Mountain Spring State Fair/Apache Rattlesnake Festival

Host Noah Cappe is smitten over Fried Bread Pudding Bites in Alabama and gets bitten by Fried Rattlesnake in Oklahoma.Read More

11:00 PM

Iron Chef America

Symon/Psilakis vs. Carro Brothers

Italian brothers Nicola and Fabrizio Carro enter Kitchen Stadium to take on Iron Chef Michael Symon paired with Chef Michael Psilakis. Will the brothers take down the Michaels with their classic cuisine, or will Symon and Psilakis wow the judges with their paired dishes? Tune in to see whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

12:00 AM

Dinner: Impossible

Food Court Fiasco

The entire food court in the historic Bourse building in Philadelphia is taking the day off, and one man is filling in. Robert's mission is to simultaneously open seven restaurants, with seven different cuisines in just eight hours. Robert must work through the night to stock each location with enough food to handle the hundreds of tourists who visit the Bourse each day.Read More

 
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RECIPES FROM THIS EPISODE:

1:00 AM

Dinner: Impossible

Block Party

When Robert arrives at a quite, tree lined street, he has no idea he's about to be hit with a mission that will pit him against one of his closest allies, his sous chef, David. The Palmer Street block party has a long tradition, but it's never seen anything like chef vs. chef in the Block Party Battle. Read More

2:00 AM

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 AM

Carnival Eats

Oak Mountain Spring State Fair/Apache Rattlesnake Festival

Host Noah Cappe is smitten over Fried Bread Pudding Bites in Alabama and gets bitten by Fried Rattlesnake in Oklahoma.Read More

3:00 AM

Iron Chef America

Symon/Psilakis vs. Carro Brothers

Italian brothers Nicola and Fabrizio Carro enter Kitchen Stadium to take on Iron Chef Michael Symon paired with Chef Michael Psilakis. Will the brothers take down the Michaels with their classic cuisine, or will Symon and Psilakis wow the judges with their paired dishes? Tune in to see whose cuisine reigns supreme!Read More

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