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7:00 AM

Chef Eddie Russell is in Rumson, New Jersey to help Molly Maguire's Black Point Inn stay afloat. This Irish-themed pub suffers from an untrained kitchen staff that serves a menu full of frozen products. Worse yet, the chef is resistant to switching things up. Eddie is in for a huge challenge, but with the right food and decor fixes he can turn this Irish sports bar into a classy gastro pub.Read More

7:30 AM

Join Ben on the idyllic island of Maui with a world champion spearfisher Kimi Werner as she and her family introduce Ben to all the types of traditional Hawaiian fishing. He learns how hard spearfishing really is, and promises to catch a whopper with Kimi's dad all while making great local favorites like grilled Uhu, Nabetta and Hawaiian Chowder.Read More

8:00 AM

Kix is traveling deep into the heart of steak country and visiting three local legends in Omaha. Family owned and operated Johnny's Cafe started as a small saloon nearly 100 years ago and is now a classic steakhouse serving up the best prime rib in town. Down the road, Dario's is serving traditional European fare like Steak Frites and a decadent chocolate cake made with dark Belgian beer. Last, but not least, Kix checks out Gorat's, a favorite amongst locals and Omaha native Warren Buffet for their version of the whiskey steak, a quintessential Omaha dish.Read More

8:30 AM

Eden gets primal in Kansas City with the rapid-fire hip-hop artist Mac Lethal, at Jack Stack BBQ, for some crown prime rib. At Craft Pride in Austin, Texas, Eden connects with the popular "Bitch Beer" blogger and her bearded friends for chicken and waffles and the best beer in Texas. In L.A. Eden joins the guys of the online food show Kamikaze Kitchen and helps deliver a mystery ingredient to unsuspecting chef Chris Ho of Seoul Sausage Company. Finally, Eden and online blogger The Foodie Magician make a scrumptious goat dish disappear at Ducks Eatery in Manhattan.Read More

9:00 AM

Bobby Deen learns how to make healthy Corn Waffles at Waffle and Wolf, that are delicious and nutritious. Then, Bobby's fitness guru friend, Allison Hagendorf, swings by to help Bobby in the kitchen with his waffle topping, a vegetable filled Ratatouille that'll make your mouth water! Bobby also whips up a Kale and Bacon Frittata.Read More

9:30 AM

Bobby and Nikki travel to St. Augustine, Florida to discover and taste the famous Jalapeno Popper Burger at Gas Full Service restaurant. This beast of a burger has 2-beef patties stuffed with cream cheese, cheddar cheese and jalapenos and then it's deep-fried! It's piled high on a freshly baked bun and slathered with a thick homemade ranch sauce. After biting into this indulgent 1600-calorie burger, Bobby and Nikki challenge Gas owners Ben and Lindy Loose to a food flip, where they will make a healthier version of the burger. If the people choose Bobby and Nikki's burger, then Gas has to put it on the menu. But if Ben and Lindy win, they get bragging rights and $1000. Nikki and Bobby join culinary forces to create a worthy Challenger called "The Kickin' Crunch Burger" clocking in at 740 calories. Will it be delicious enough to beat the Jalapeno Popper Burger in the showdown? Or will the locals stick with the deep-fried favorite? Read More

10:00 AM

It's time to hit the sofa and relax. In this episode of Unwrapped, we're taking a lazy bite out of couch potato treats. Find out how Papa John prepares his pizza, curl up with the taste of pillow candy and visit a delivery service specializing in fresh baked cookies. Next, take an easy look at making mashed potatoes and visit a festival honoring the buffalo wing. Plus, discover how one famous spud is riding high.Read More

10:30 AM

Rise and shine and start the day off early with a look at foods made for waking up. Stop in at Starbucks to see how they're designing a coffee drink, discover how Jimmy Dean is building a breakfast sandwich and crack open the mystery behind laying a good egg. Next, get a slice of how Sara Lee's cooking up a coffee cake and check out a pancake flipping company. Then, see how cereal can be included in every meal.Read More

11:00 AM

Today we're taking a look at the machines behind producing our favorite foods. Grab a ticket to an expo displaying revolutionary food machinery, see how lasers are getting rid of fruit stickers and visit a company building donut machines. Next, meet a designer creating one-of-a-kind utensils, and discover how Viking makes custom-designed oven ranges. Finally, uncover the hidden mysteries of how a garbage disposer really works.Read More

11:30 AM

Satisfy that sweet tooth and feed those cravings with a look at candy. Discover the secrets of making M&Ms, load up on goodies at the All-Candy Expo and increase the IQ with a bite of Smarties. Next, see the making of personalized handmade lollies and take some time to enjoy a classic caramel sucker. Then, see how one company is turning chocolate into a funny treat.Read More

12:00 PM

It's a food lovefest on this episode, as host Alfonso Ribeiro gets the lowdown on the sweet messages imprinted on Necco's classic Sweet Hearts and how Waffle Waffle's Red Velvet waffle will make your heart skip a beat. Then, get to the heart of how See's Candy makes their beautiful Pink Fondant Bon Bons, and find out why moms everywhere love Traditional Baking Company's Heart Cookies.Read More

12:30 PM

Host Alfonso Ribeiro has found himself in a bit of a sticky situation! He's sharing how Necco's Slapstix lollipop gets those colorful swirls and what makes Long Grove Confectionary's Toffee so satisfyingly sticky, chewy and crunchy. Then, find out how Pace Bars use a unique freezing technique on their popsicles and see how Casper's Fatboy puts an ice cream sundae on a stick!Read More

1:00 PM

It's sugar and spice and everything nice as host Alfonso Ribeiro shows how Sriracha hot sauce and Tina's Chimichangas amp up the spice factor in their tasty treats. On the sugary side, see how Fannie May's Mint Meltaways hit all the right sweet spots, and finally, see what Edelweiss Chocolate's Toffeemallow factory has in common with a famous episode of I Love Lucy!Read More

1:30 PM

The world gets a little smaller when host Alfonso Ribeiro shares the secrets behind globally-inspired goodies. See how Jarlsberg cheese gets its holes and why the Idaho Candy Company made a confection shaped like a potato. Then, learn how the iconic Chef Boyardee fills their mini ravioli and find out the science behind Chobani Greek Yogurt!Read More

2:00 PM

Roll up your sleeves and get ready to dive into some of the most unique seafood dishes. A traditional oyster roast and seafood boil prepared right on the water in Charleston, South Carolina. A New York City restaurant that features twenty-five different mussel pots, complete with French fries and bread to sop up all the unique flavors. A cozy restaurant in the heart of Boston's North End where you can get two different lobster rolls and lobster spaghetti. And Montreal, where a Texas chef adds global flavors to his seafood menu. Read More

2:30 PM

Find out where all the foodies go to fill their bellies with the best dumplings and noodles in Chicago. Take a seat at the bar and be dazzled by Japanese robata-style cooking in New York City's East Village. Sample creative Chinese cooking like tea-smoked chicken, salt and pepper shrimp and steamed duck egg custards in North Carolina. And step inside a funky retro diner in Boston where a husband and wife team are serving up innovative Cantonese and Taiwanese dishes.Read More

3:00 PM

Deli by day, intimate restaurant at night, Torrisi Italian Specialities in New York's Little Italy neighborhood is celebrating Italian-American food but peppered with many modern and delicious twists. Joan's on Third is the go-to gourmet deli in Los Angeles where you can rub elbows with celebrities while devouring a grilled cheese short rib sandwich. The humble hot dog gets a culinary upgrade at Neal's Deli in North Carolina. And for Jewish delicatessen classics just like bubby used to make, step into Eleven City Diner in Chicago.Read More

3:30 PM

Pull up a barstool at these unique pubs, where the food is delicious and daring. Joe Beef in Montreal for their signature creamy lobster spaghetti, rich Swedish Meatballs and indulgent Foie Gras Double D. Longman & Eagle in Chicago where there is a critically acclaimed gastropub downstairs and a cozy inn upstairs. Citizen Public House in Boston for the Carpetbagger: filet mignon with fried oysters and oyster butter. It's a step back in time at Henry Public in Brooklyn, New York for preprohibition cocktails and comfort foods like braised turkey sandwiches, and made-to-order doughnuts. Read More

4:00 PM

You don't have to go all the way to Europe to have the best bistro fare. In Los Angeles, a hip new restaurant updates French bistro classics. In Boston, seafood is highlighted in the famous Provencal dish bouillabaisse. La Fourchette in South Carolina celebrates hearty French countryside dishes. And at Landmarc in Tribeca, New York, Chef Marc Murphy pays homage to the foods he grew up eating in France and Italy.Read More

 
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4:30 PM

These frozen treats go far beyond vanilla, chocolate and strawberry scoots. In Honolulu, Shimazu Store pushes the boundaries of shave ice, a uniquely Hawaiian treat. In New York, Ice and Vice uses unconventional ingredients to create edgy desserts for adult palates. In Burbank, Calif., Quenelle is changing the rules of the frozen-treat game, with creations including ice cream sandwiches with fresh, hot, funnel cakes. Read More

5:00 PM

We've got the fried, the frozen, and the fabulous! It's a tour of the sweetest spots in Los Angeles. At Republique, French pastries are expertly crafted, and totally addictive. The Pistachio Raspberry Kouign Amann is like California summer wrapped in a buttery and oh so flaky dough. And you'll love unwrapping the Cherry Pistachio Braid layer by sugary layer until you reach the sweet creamy filling inside. At Churro Borough, Mexican flavors add something extra special to their unique frozen treats. Their version of an ice cream sandwich pairs artisanal ice cream with two warm, flaky deep fried pastry disks. Then we check out the unique cloud cakes at Bo Nuage. Each cake has layers of crunchy meringue and creamy whipped topping and is coated in cake crumbs, nuts or chocolate curls. They are light as air!Read More

 
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5:30 PM

Every so often a restaurant shakes up the world of sweets. In this episode we visit three of NYC's game changers, putting a new spin on old favorites. At Dominique Ansel Kitchen time is the secret ingredient: desserts are made to order instead of ahead of time. So the classic French pastry mille-feuille is freshly piped with thick, luscious pastry cream, and the Yuzu Lemon Tart is filled to the brim with freshly-blended citrusy yuzu-lemon curd. At Good Batch, a passion for cookies has evolved into groundbreaking ice cream sandwiches, like the deconstructed candy bar called the Macaroon Ice Cream Sandwich: creamy vanilla ice cream sandwiched between coconut almond macaroons and layered with chocolate caramel and almonds. And the frozen desserts at Snow Days make childhood dreams come true: feathery shavings of flavored frozen creams in inventive flavor combinations, such as the Yeti Food: blueberry and chocolate sandwich-cookie flavored shaved cream topped with ripe bananas, crushed waffle cones and blueberry puree.Read More

6:00 PM

If you are looking for some Low Country Love in the form of a sweet treat, look no further than Charleston, South Carolina. At Callie's Hot Little Biscuit, they are baking up, over the top, warm doughy rounds like the Cinnamon Biscuit, that is slathered with cinnamon butter and topped with three different kinds of sugar and the Blueberry Biscuit that's served with a big dollop of buttercream and sugared blueberries. At Brown's Court Bakery, they push the boundaries of baked goods with items like their Peanut Butter and Sriracha Croissant and their Caramelita Bar which is part blondie, part brownie and part cookie. And good things come in small packages at Sweet Lulu's Bakery on Wheels, where you can order Coconut Cake in a Jar or even, Wonder Chick, a small, sweet and salty chocolate cake topped with peanut butter buttercream.Read More

6:30 PM

We travel the country finding the sweetest way to start your day! At Holy Donut in Portland, Maine, the dough for their Maine Blueberry Donuts and Sweet Potato Ginger Glazed Donuts includes mashed potatoes, which creates an incredible texture. At Kolache in Brooklyn, they take on the Texan kolache pastry with a Berry Sweet Cheese version filled with three kinds of berries, and Orange Rolls featuring the taste of juicy oranges. Finally, there's a decadent breakfast of Carrot Cake Pancakes and Fried Chicken and Waffle Sandwiches at the Dixie Supply Bakery and Cafe in Charleston, S.C.Read More

7:00 PM

The Illinois State Fair is one of the longest running fairs in the U.S. and luckily for host Noah Cappe, he's able to sample a taste of Illinois history with the Horseshoe Sandwich: a deep fried pork tenderloin topped with French fries and creamy cheese sauce. Then he puts together an over-the-top deep fried peanut butter sandwich, topped with homemade fluff. Next, Noah travels to New York for the Erie County Fair where he chows down on some local Buffalo favourites like Buffalo Chicken Wing Pizza, Beef on Weck Eggrolls and the Bacon Bomber.Read More

7:30 PM

In this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to Edmonton, Alberta for K Days. He starts the day off right with a Canadian specialty turned into brunch: Breakfast Poutine. The creative combos continue with a fusion-inspired Japanese Dog and a S'mores Mini Donuts, with the summer camp favorite topping the perennial carnival classic. Across the border in North Dakota, Wild Rice Burgers, Idaho Tacos and Kettle Corn make up the regional fare in this prairie state. Read More

8:00 PM

Watch out Georgia! Vinny Guadagnino and his mom, Paola, head south, where Ma reluctantly ditches Italian food for some real-deal Georgia grub. First up, Vinny introduces Ma to the gold standard of Southern food: good old fashioned barbecue ribs. His goal is to get Ma to taste it for the first time in her life! From there, it's Southern-fried chicken and fly fishing with a few sweet pit stops in between. Read More

8:30 PM

The Sacramento County Fair in California's state capital is the launching pad for trend-setting fair food including the famous Jalapeno Cheese Skirt Burger. Noah Cappe also investigates two new takes on some classics, and Cowboy Campfire Churros. Next, he meets the locals at Gizzard Fest in Michigan where they're serving a donut to die for, and an Onion Dog as big as his head.Read More

9:00 PM

Noah Cappe is at the Eastern Carolina Agricultural Fair in Florence, S.C., where the Calzagna has him dancing for joy. He then peels into a Deep Fried Philly Blossom, gets hot for a Smokin' Okra Burger and investigates the Deep Fried Banana Pudding. Next, at the Mountain Mandarin Festival in Auburn, Calif., the launches into the Atomic Habanero Tots, The Big Yum and a Mandarin Cheesecake Pizza.Read More

9:30 PM

Noah Cappe begins his journey at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada, where the Blue Balsamic has Noah saying "yes, cheese" while The Mean Green is pretty nice! He tries on The Great Canadian Rosti, and tops it all off with the Massive Marshmallow Crunch. Later, he makes his way down to the State Fair of Louisiana, where the specialties include Lupita's Gorditas and The Five Pounder burger. He ends his culinary adventure with the sweet Not Yo' Average Nachos.Read More

10:00 PM

Haylie Duff is headed to Las Vegas with her friend, Nikki Erwin, for the Trisha Yearwood concert. And better than a backstage pass, Haylie scores a live broadcast appearance with Trisha the morning after the concert. Before the night kicks off, Haylie meets up with her friend, Larry, for sandwiches and cocktail, and makes a stop for a one-of-a-kind candy apple dessert. The morning after the concert, Haylie wakes up extra early to cook up Huevos Shakshuka to deliver to Trisha for breakfast!Read More

10:30 PM

Trained chef and superstar actor David Burtka is throwing a rooftop birthday bash for his best friend, actor James Carpinello, and inviting some A-list guests including James' wife, actress Amy Acker, actress Rachael Harris and TV host Kelly Ripa. With help in the kitchen from his adorable twins, Gideon and Harper, he prepares a menu of Tangerine Chicken Under a Brick, Balsamic Grilled Asparagus, Mint Pesto Pasta and Chocolate Chunk Hazelnut Cookie Bars, all to be washed down with Fresh Blueberry Fizz cocktails. Plus, David's husband, actor Neil Patrick Harris, makes a surprise trip home for the big event!Read More

11:00 PM

Chicken Pot Pie is a medieval classic that's fallen into disrepair recently, due in large part to our willingness to let factories do the baking for us. Join host Alton Brown as he looks at three different ways to fix this sad state.Read More

11:30 PM

Although usually considered an Italian dish, spaghetti with meat sauce proves to be an American classic as host Alton Brown explores its origins.Read More

 
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12:00 AM

Watch out Georgia! Vinny Guadagnino and his mom, Paola, head south, where Ma reluctantly ditches Italian food for some real-deal Georgia grub. First up, Vinny introduces Ma to the gold standard of Southern food: good old fashioned barbecue ribs. His goal is to get Ma to taste it for the first time in her life! From there, it's Southern-fried chicken and fly fishing with a few sweet pit stops in between. Read More

12:30 AM

The Sacramento County Fair in California's state capital is the launching pad for trend-setting fair food including the famous Jalapeno Cheese Skirt Burger. Noah Cappe also investigates two new takes on some classics, and Cowboy Campfire Churros. Next, he meets the locals at Gizzard Fest in Michigan where they're serving a donut to die for, and an Onion Dog as big as his head.Read More

1:00 AM

Noah Cappe is at the Eastern Carolina Agricultural Fair in Florence, S.C., where the Calzagna has him dancing for joy. He then peels into a Deep Fried Philly Blossom, gets hot for a Smokin' Okra Burger and investigates the Deep Fried Banana Pudding. Next, at the Mountain Mandarin Festival in Auburn, Calif., the launches into the Atomic Habanero Tots, The Big Yum and a Mandarin Cheesecake Pizza.Read More

1:30 AM

Noah Cappe begins his journey at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada, where the Blue Balsamic has Noah saying "yes, cheese" while The Mean Green is pretty nice! He tries on The Great Canadian Rosti, and tops it all off with the Massive Marshmallow Crunch. Later, he makes his way down to the State Fair of Louisiana, where the specialties include Lupita's Gorditas and The Five Pounder burger. He ends his culinary adventure with the sweet Not Yo' Average Nachos.Read More

2:00 AM

Haylie Duff is headed to Las Vegas with her friend, Nikki Erwin, for the Trisha Yearwood concert. And better than a backstage pass, Haylie scores a live broadcast appearance with Trisha the morning after the concert. Before the night kicks off, Haylie meets up with her friend, Larry, for sandwiches and cocktail, and makes a stop for a one-of-a-kind candy apple dessert. The morning after the concert, Haylie wakes up extra early to cook up Huevos Shakshuka to deliver to Trisha for breakfast!Read More

2:30 AM

Trained chef and superstar actor David Burtka is throwing a rooftop birthday bash for his best friend, actor James Carpinello, and inviting some A-list guests including James' wife, actress Amy Acker, actress Rachael Harris and TV host Kelly Ripa. With help in the kitchen from his adorable twins, Gideon and Harper, he prepares a menu of Tangerine Chicken Under a Brick, Balsamic Grilled Asparagus, Mint Pesto Pasta and Chocolate Chunk Hazelnut Cookie Bars, all to be washed down with Fresh Blueberry Fizz cocktails. Plus, David's husband, actor Neil Patrick Harris, makes a surprise trip home for the big event!Read More

3:00 AM

Chicken Pot Pie is a medieval classic that's fallen into disrepair recently, due in large part to our willingness to let factories do the baking for us. Join host Alton Brown as he looks at three different ways to fix this sad state.Read More

3:30 AM

Although usually considered an Italian dish, spaghetti with meat sauce proves to be an American classic as host Alton Brown explores its origins.Read More

 
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