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7:00 AM

United Tastes of America

Cocktails

With a new breed of food-loving mixologists blurring the lines between drinks and dinner, cocktails are enjoying an American renaissance. Jeffrey Saad will knock back a couple of classics and belly up to a few thoroughly modern inventions to report on the mixed-drink scene.Read More

7:30 AM

The Big Cheese

Sheep

Sheep have been milked to make cheese for thousands of years - long before cows. Yet Sheep cheeses are relatively uncommon in the USA. That is a missed opportunity, according to Jason Sobocinski, who sets out to educate the nation. From upper state New York, to the mid-west, Vermont and at home in his kitchen in New Haven, CT, Jason milks, curdles and cooks his way to put the Sheep record straight.Read More

 
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8:00 AM

America's Best Bites

Seviche

America's Best Bites host Natalie Forte discovers what happens when a Chef from California marries a girl from Kentucky and opens a restaurant in Louisville! We experience how Chef Anthony Lamas' Latin-inspired flavors mingle with Southern comfort food at Seviche. We feature Empanadas, Duck and Tiradito.Read More

8:30 AM

Bite This with Nadia G

Reno

Nadia and her misfit crew are in Reno, Nev., to shkoff hard! First stop is Peg's Glorified Ham n Eggs -- Reno's number one breakfast joint 11 years running -- for their epic Chile Relleno & Eggs Benedict. Then across town at Brasserie St-James, G digs into some Brasserie Braised Oxtail and Short Ribs. Finally, Nadia heads over to Campo for a taste of their Rigatoni with Merguez Wild Boar Sausage and Broccoli Rabe.Read More

9:00 AM

Taste in Translation

Birthday Treat

Who doesn't love celebrating their birthday? This episode is steeped in worldly tradition and a few surprises! 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

9:30 AM

A Cook's Tour

Stuffed Like a Pig-France Tour

French local, Jose, takes Chef Tony Bourdain to the family farm, where they have been fattening a pig all year. The feast of the pig ensues and the entire village joins in the celebration. Then Tony's off to France to meet his brother Chris in Arcachon, the seaside town where Tony and his family spent the summers of his childhood.Read More

10:00 AM

Hook, Line & Dinner

Maui

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

10:30 AM

Carnival Eats

K-Days/North Dakota State Fair

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

11:00 AM

Brunch at Bobby's

A Basket of Brunch Goodies

Bobby Flay's making a spread of continental favorites for this brunch menu. He's baking up all-American favorites like Shoo-Fly Muffins, Banana Bread With Vanilla Bean-Pecan Butter and Fruit Filled Mini Toaster Pastries! And for an added bit of fun, he's creating a one-of-a-kind Bellini Bar that is sure to impress any brunch guest.Read More

11:30 AM

Cooking for Real

Wings 3.0

Upgrade your wings from party sides to main dish stars using Sunny's three top wing sauces. Everyone at your table will have a wing - or 3! - they'll love.Read More

12:00 PM

Not My Mama's Meals

New York, New York

Bobby Deen embraces his new home New York! He heads to a bagel shop to learn how to lighten up a classic N.Y. staple, bagels. Then, he's in the kitchen making the most delicious and nutritious Pressed Bagel Sandwich you've ever tasted! Next, he makes another iconic N.Y. dish, his Ricotta Cheesecake. His good friend and native New Yorker, Evette Rios, stops by to enjoy the food and fun!Read More

12:30 PM

Kelsey's Essentials

Chocolate

Kelsey's essential tips for working with chocolate! Yes, you can have chocolate in your savory dishes, like in Kelsey's Pan Seared Scallops With a Tomato and White Chocolate Beurre Blanc. For a decadent dessert, she makes Chocolate Pasta With Chocolate Hazelnut Cream Sauce, White Chocolate Shavings and Fresh Berries.Read More

1:00 PM

Forever Summer with Nigella

Green

Nigella Lawson is back and if she has her way, it will be summer forever. In this series, Nigella cooks irresistible summery recipes that can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Featuring food from around the globe, Nigella ventures out of the kitchen to give picnics, barbecues and beach food a touch of her inimitable culinary style. In each episode, Nigella's recipes reflect a different colour with some amazing and unexpected results. Read More

1:30 PM

Extra Virgin

Debi Get Your Gun

Debi and Gabriele's day begins with them making a homemade pasta lunch with fresh zucchini for their daughters Evelina and Giulia to take to camp. As they send the girls off for the day Gabriele asks Debi to go to a shooting range with him so they can take in some target practice. Debi is shocked by this request and even more shaken to find out that Gabriele thinks it's important because the land that their Tuscan home sits on is overrun by wild boar. Debi reluctantly agrees to go to target practice, but it turns out she's a natural born shooter. The day's activity inspires Gabriele to make a traditional hunter's meal for dinnerRead More

2:00 PM

Everyday Italian

Candy/Halloween

Giada is throwing a halloween party for the kids in the neighborhood this year. She'll fill their tummies with some delicous halloween treats Italian style.Read More

2:30 PM

Everyday Italian

Chocolate Tasting Party

Chocolate lover Giada shows you ways to incorporate chocolate from cocktail to dessert.Read More

3:00 PM

Unique Eats

Burgers

Come see what's between the buns at these burger joints that are taking the American classic to the next level. Whether it's with foie gras in Philly, pimento cheese in Atlanta, umami in Los Angeles or truffles in New York. These burgers will blow your culinary mind!Read More

3:30 PM

Unique Eats

Ice Cream

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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4:00 PM

Unique Eats

Brooklyn Rising

The borough of Brooklyn is the new rival to Manhattan on New York's dining scene. Celebrated chef Elizabeth Falkner makes her New York debut with her pizzeria Krescendo, which has grabbed the city's attention with creations like Finoccio Flower Power Pizza. Court Street Grocers takes the deli sandwich and raises it to new heights. La Vara is owned by a husband-and-wife team who turned to Brooklyn to open their most imaginative take yet on Spanish food. And Brooklyn's diversity even makes room for Southern hospitality at Pies-n-Thighs, a down-home fried chicken joint in the shadows of the Williamsburg Bridge.Read More

4:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Seattle Sweets

Seattle is known for the Space Needle, loud music, and high tech... But these days it's also got a reputation for sublime sweet treats. We visit three hot spots of Seattle's food scene beginning with Fran's Chocolates, which pioneered European-style handmade confections when it opened in 1982 and is now a beloved Seattle institution. Dahlia Bakery is one of legendary Seattle restaurateur Tom Douglas's creations and serves up some of the most incredible pie and doughnuts in the city. Finally we'll stop at Crumble & Flake, a tiny bakery that takes familiar pastries in daring new directions. Read More

5:00 PM

Unique Sweets

Southern Sweets in Atlanta

Southern desserts are in a category all to their own combining big bold flavors with deep tradition. A perfect example is Sublime Doughnuts, which calls itself a "Doughnut Wonderland". The doughnuts and fritters are made with a sweet potato dough and come in fun shapes with decadent flavor combinations. CamiCakes Creamery reinvents traditional southern desserts like red velvet cake and lemon meringue pie and turns them into ice cream cake sandwiches. Pie Shop keeps with tradition and preserves the craft of pie making with southern favorites like Georgia Bourbon Pecan and Pineapple Chess Pie.Read More

5:30 PM

Unique Sweets

Classic Twists

We discover classics desserts that have been pushed into uncharted territory. Pies and cakes turned into cookies, ice cream made from goat's milk, salt water taffy that stretches the rules, and pies that are renowned - and served raw.Read More

6:00 PM

Bite This with Nadia G

Louisville

Miss G heads to Louisville, Ky., where "farm to table" isn't a trend, it's a lifestyle. First up: Smoked Pork Shoulder with a Asian-inspired Black BBQ Sauce at Milkwood. Then, Nadia heads to Harvest to try a Kentucky Burgoo -- a meaty stew traditionally made with squirrel. Last, but not least, Eiderdown, where Nadia shkoffs Spaetzle, a classic German dish that's given a Southern twist. Panos visits Harvest's farm and talks burgoo, The Spice Agent reports on secret ingredients and Hans gives us the 411 on spaetzle.Read More

6:30 PM

Eat St.

Cordon Bleu, Street Style

First up the Fukuburger truck in Las Vegas, Nevada fuses Japanese flare and flavour with the all American Hamburger to produce culturally, culinary classics. We then fly over to the Soul Patrol truck in Honolulu, Hawaii for some southern fried chicken. Big Wheel Provisions in Orlando, Florida is next where they are serving gourmet delights for everyday folk such as beef heart skewers and devilled eggs with roasted peppers. Last up is a stop for some Wafels & Dinges in Brooklyn featuring the King of Waffels.Read More

7:00 PM

Unique Eats

Great Spaces

Take a tour of the most unique places and spaces in dining today - from a food truck serving the most delectable Korean/Mexican dishes on four wheels, to a LEED-certified bowling-alley-cum-music-venue boasting it's own special Blue Ribbon menu, to a locally-inspired private farm table dinner requiring reservations up to a year in advance.Read More

7:30 PM

Unwrapped

Old School

On this episode of Unwrapped, we're traveling back in time to re-visit some old school snacks we remember well, like Jell-o, Funyuns, Dairy Queen and Marshmallow Fluff.Read More

8:00 PM

Eat St.

Viva La Waffle!

First up we're cruisin' to Lafayette, Louisiana for the Viva La Waffle Truck. Next we're curbside in Hamilton, Ontario for the Johnny Blonde truck Then Columbus, Ohio with the Challah truck! And Finally we roll to Denver, Colorado for the El Toro The Tot truck! Read More

8:30 PM

Eat St.

Planet of the Crepes

Delicious street food in Houston, Texas at the Flip 'n Patties Truck, in Los Angeles, California at the Moe Deli truck, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Braz-BQ truck and finally in Tucson, Arizona at the Planet of the Crepes trailer.Read More

9:00 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

9:30 PM

Offbeat Eats with Jim Stacy

The Big Top

If Jim hadn't become a chef, he likely would have run away to the circus. He loves circuses and freak shows and was even the front man for a clown rock band. Now he's visiting a three-ringed circus of offbeat places that bring a carnival-like atmosphere to their approach to food. At Unicorn in Seattle, Jim revels in their circus-like decor and heads to the kitchen to cook carnival-inspired dishes including fancy corndogs and a stuffed "fire-eater burger." At Straw in San Francisco, Jim experiences their elevated spin on fair favorites: fried chicken and waffle Monte Cristo, the Ringmaster donut burger and fresh watermelon cotton candy. And at barbecue and juke joint White Tiger Gourmet in Athens, Ga., Jim cooks some fantastic barbecue fit for a singing clown: the Barberella, a barbecue and grilled mozzarella sandwich with White Tiger sauce and the Clown Car tofu tacos.Read More

10:00 PM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Little Osaka, a Lot of LA

In West Los Angeles, Sawtelle Boulevard is the main street of Little Osaka, where a new world of influences is turning this street into a hotbed of California cuisine. At Mizu 212, owner Irene Paek teaches Chuck how to cook his own beef, seafood and veggies in a pot of bubbling seaweed broth using chopsticks and an array of fun condiments. Next, Chuck indulges his sweet tooth on snow cream at Blockheads Shavery where Alex Yu and his partners create incredibly tasty frozen treats that combine the best qualities of shaved ice and ice cream. At Bar Hayama Chef Toshi Sugiura teaches cooking students how to make authentic Japanese sushi. Chuck joins the class and tries his hand building the Haneda roll. Last, Chuck visits Primo's Donuts, where Ralph and Celia Primo have been making buttermilk and cake donuts since the Eisenhower administration, and they're not showing any signs of slowing down!Read More

 
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10:30 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

11:00 PM

Dinner: Impossible

Robert & The Chocolate Factory

Robert heads to the Hershey West Chocolate Factory in Pennsylvania to receive his mission. He must feed 150 factory workers, executives and guests a gourmet five-course plated dinner by 7pm incorporating chocolate into each course.Read More

12:00 AM

Eat St.

Viva La Waffle!

First up we're cruisin' to Lafayette, Louisiana for the Viva La Waffle Truck. Next we're curbside in Hamilton, Ontario for the Johnny Blonde truck Then Columbus, Ohio with the Challah truck! And Finally we roll to Denver, Colorado for the El Toro The Tot truck! Read More

12:30 AM

Eat St.

Planet of the Crepes

Delicious street food in Houston, Texas at the Flip 'n Patties Truck, in Los Angeles, California at the Moe Deli truck, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Braz-BQ truck and finally in Tucson, Arizona at the Planet of the Crepes trailer.Read More

1:00 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

1:30 AM

Offbeat Eats with Jim Stacy

The Big Top

If Jim hadn't become a chef, he likely would have run away to the circus. He loves circuses and freak shows and was even the front man for a clown rock band. Now he's visiting a three-ringed circus of offbeat places that bring a carnival-like atmosphere to their approach to food. At Unicorn in Seattle, Jim revels in their circus-like decor and heads to the kitchen to cook carnival-inspired dishes including fancy corndogs and a stuffed "fire-eater burger." At Straw in San Francisco, Jim experiences their elevated spin on fair favorites: fried chicken and waffle Monte Cristo, the Ringmaster donut burger and fresh watermelon cotton candy. And at barbecue and juke joint White Tiger Gourmet in Athens, Ga., Jim cooks some fantastic barbecue fit for a singing clown: the Barberella, a barbecue and grilled mozzarella sandwich with White Tiger sauce and the Clown Car tofu tacos.Read More

2:00 AM

Chuck's Eat the Street

Little Osaka, a Lot of LA

In West Los Angeles, Sawtelle Boulevard is the main street of Little Osaka, where a new world of influences is turning this street into a hotbed of California cuisine. At Mizu 212, owner Irene Paek teaches Chuck how to cook his own beef, seafood and veggies in a pot of bubbling seaweed broth using chopsticks and an array of fun condiments. Next, Chuck indulges his sweet tooth on snow cream at Blockheads Shavery where Alex Yu and his partners create incredibly tasty frozen treats that combine the best qualities of shaved ice and ice cream. At Bar Hayama Chef Toshi Sugiura teaches cooking students how to make authentic Japanese sushi. Chuck joins the class and tries his hand building the Haneda roll. Last, Chuck visits Primo's Donuts, where Ralph and Celia Primo have been making buttermilk and cake donuts since the Eisenhower administration, and they're not showing any signs of slowing down!Read More

 
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2:30 AM

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

3:00 AM

Dinner: Impossible

Robert & The Chocolate Factory

Robert heads to the Hershey West Chocolate Factory in Pennsylvania to receive his mission. He must feed 150 factory workers, executives and guests a gourmet five-course plated dinner by 7pm incorporating chocolate into each course.Read More