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7:00 AM

Actress Tiffani Thiessen hosts an intimate dinner party with her celebrity friends Nathan Fillion (Castle), Willie Garson (Sex and the City), and Lindsay Price (90210). Join Tiffani as she cooks some of her favorite home cooked dishes. Dinner at Tiffani's promises to serve up some great food, delicious drinks and entertaining stories from some of our favorite stars.Read More

8:00 AM

Tiffani Thiessen invites Julie Benz and Sasha Alexander for a ladies lunch that's nothing short of decadent and delicious. Tiffani puts her spin on a classic Chopped Salad, along with Homemade Breadsticks, and Jumbo Crab Cakes with tartar sauce. The meal ends with a light and refreshing Basil Limoncello Sorbet that's sure to end the day on a high note!Read More

8:30 AM

Ross Mathews joins Tiffani Thiessen to rewind the clock and cook up some classic recipes with new school flavor. Tiffani puts her unique spin on a childhood favorite, Beef and Mushroom Stroganoff over Creamy Polenta, served with a side of her aunt's Crisp String Beans. Then, a homemade Ginger Beer for the perfect Dark and Stormy cocktail. And for dessert, the ultimate classic comfort food, Candied Ginger Apple Pie.Read More

9:00 AM

Tiffani Thiessen dishes up some of her family favorites with friends Ross Mathews and the Scott brothers, Drew and Jonathan. Nothing says family dinner like a healthy helping of homemade Spaghetti and Meatballs and a Warm Spinach salad with sauteed mushrooms and crispy pancetta. After one bite of Tiffani's decadent 6-Layer Cake with creamy, chocolate icing, her friends might never want to leave!Read More

9:30 AM

Bill Bellamy and Nicole Sullivan are on the right team when Tiffani Thiessen invites them over for a game day feast. Tiffani will be tackling terrifically tender Pulled Pork Sandwiches with a bright and crunchy Brussels Sprouts Slaw. Her refreshing and bubbly, Summer Shandy is guaranteed to score big points. For the touchdown, Honey Baked Ginger Wings and Loaded Baby Baked Potatoes.Read More

10:00 AM

Forget ordinary pasta with red sauce, we're visiting restaurants that are turning out pasta dishes like nothing you've tasted before in San Francisco, New York, Seattle and Boulder, Colorado.Read More

10:30 AM

Spend a weekend in the city of Brotherly Love and discover some truly unique eats. From exciting Spanish tapas and gut-busting Philly-style sandwiches to an osteria creating inventive Italian classics and an eatery dedicated to fried chicken and doughnuts, you'll feel as though you have tasted your way across the world.Read More

 
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11:00 AM

We travel from the east coast to the west, discovering restaurants that are creating truly innovative dishes with vegetables. This isn't just about a healthy diet, it's about completely changing the way you eat your veggies.Read More

 
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11:30 AM

Dive into the most unique variations of your favorite comfort foods. Double the fun with a pie filled with macaroni and cheese, crunch on nachos with a Japanese twist, indulge in doughnuts filled with jelly and foie gras or end your meal with a good old-fashioned chocolate cupcake -- with bacon.Read More

12:00 PM

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

12:30 PM

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

1:00 PM

Today we're getting a sweet taste of Europe right here in the U.S! First we head to Atlanta where the Little Tart Bakeshop rolls out decadently traditional French pastries to a hungry crowd. Then in New York City, the extremely popular Italian restaurant Maialino proves why you really must save room for dessert. And finally, we're off to Seattle where Nielsen's Pastries serves some of the most delightful and most unique Scandinavian treats, with recipes that have barely changed since its Danish owner settled here.Read More

1:30 PM

We are traveling the country in search of people giving classic sweets a modern and delicious makeover. In New York City, a charming little shop is putting a gourmet spin on the crispy rice treat, with flavors loved by children and adults alike. In Atlanta, Georgia, the simple ice pop has been transformed into a frosty combination of real ingredients and unique textures perfect for cooling off on a hot day. And in Seattle, Washington, there's a new take on the soda shop that serves amazing ice cream floats, made with the house's premium ice creams and their very own dessert beers.Read More

2:00 PM

Join host Marc Summers as we savor the flavors from around the country. The Spicy Buffalo Wing Popcorn at Dale and Thomas, Sweet Peanut Brittle gets a carbonated kick at Anette's Chocolates, at Glaceau we find out why Vitamin Water is tasty and good for you. The unique flavors of LaLoo's goat-milk ice cream, at Pom the pomegranates go from the grove to the bottle and the Brazilian sensation the Acai berry.Read More

2:30 PM

Whether they come from a bush, a vine, a box or a can, join host Marc Summers as we reap all kinds of berries. Picking strawberries properly at Driscoll's, CMB Sweets' jam-of-the-month club, see how the classic cereal Crunch Berries are "grown," Wyman's blueberries go from harvest to store, why Ocean Spray bounces their cranberries and finally, Dr. Pepper shows how their famous soda goes berry!Read More

3:00 PM

Join us as host Marc Summers unwraps the pleasures of patriotic foods. Find out the secret behind a historic San Francisco treat called It's It Ice Cream, discover how to get Maine lobster online from the Hancock Gourmet Lobster Company and pay homage to Samuel Adams as we go behind the scenes to a brewery the founding fathers would have loved.Read More

3:30 PM

Gather around for some juicy stories 'cause Marc Summers is investigating that popular purple fruit, the grape. Learn about the classic grape soda, Grapette and try the Grapple, which looks like an apple but tastes like a grape. Next, go behind the scenes at Welch's. Then the Lodi Grape Festival, where grapes get artsy. Plus, the Ferrara Pan Candy Company where Lemonheads have gone grape-y. Finally, we toast Kedem Sparkling Juices for bubbly even kids can enjoy.Read More

4:00 PM

It's a rainbow of colors on this episode of Unwrapped 2.0. From delightfully twisted Red Vines to the multicolored Mike and Ikes and multi-flavored Jelly Bellies, join us for a Willy Wonka style tour of treats. And finally, discover the secret of how one company makes the intricate designs in its delicate cut rock candy.Read More

4:30 PM

Alfonso Ribeiro wants you to eat your fruits and veggies -- Unwrapped 2.0 style. But we're not just talking about the potato in your chips, we're talking pears in your hard cider, carrots in your cookies and sweet potato fries with a satisfying crunch. Find out how these snacks, plus a spicy chile relleno get their signature flavors from your favorite fruits and vegetables.Read More

5:00 PM

Alfonso Ribeiro reveals the secrets behind heat-and-eat barbecue from Farm Rich Smokehouse, the super yellow color of French's Mustard and the sweet-sour punch of Mt. Olive Bread and Butter Pickles. Plus, Christie Cookie Co.'s serious Chocolate Brownies are packed with three types of luscious chocolate and a surprising ingredient.Read More

5:30 PM

Alfonso Ribeiro comes to the rescue with quick fixes. P.F. Chang's Home Menu Beef and Broccoli frozen entree makes weeknight meals easy and Chocolate Chip Quaker Chewy Bars are a great snack for kids and adults both. Decadent Hostess Chocolate Cupcakes, with their signature swirl, are perfect for a chocolate fix, while Keurig has made Green Mountain Coffee pods the ultimate coffee quickie.Read More

6:00 PM

Food Network stars Anne Burrell, Scott Conant, Aarti Sequeira and Beau MacMillan each recall a different dish they loved growing up, including Tandoori Chicken, Rose Geranium Cake, Rabbit Stew and fresh made pasta. Now they're making these special heirloom dishes and revealing the secret to their family recipes.Read More

6:30 PM

Discover what delectable desserts Sunny Anderson, Elizabeth Falkner, Beau MacMillan, Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken are whipping up in their kitchens! From a Double Chocolate Bread Pudding to Dulce de Leche Churro Tots, these sweet treats and more are the perfect ending to any meal ... and the beginning of a new favorite recipe!Read More

7:00 PM

Your favorite Food Network stars including Guy Fieri, Sunny Anderson and Duff can't contain themselves as they dish up the goods on some of their favorite foods -- including delicious spicy chili, creamy tender gnocchi, incredible hand pulled noodles and more. One thing is certain, this episode of "The Best Thing I Ever Ate" is sure to bowl you over!Read More

7:30 PM

Sweet candied oranges dipped in chocolate, a surprising green papaya sensation, flavorful tropical guavas wrapped in flaky pastry ... these are just a few of the fruit filled, fruit covered, fruit laden, fruit glazed dishes that The Neelys, Ted Allen, Aarón Sánchez and others say are their best ever dishes with fruit!Read More

8:00 PM

Sure, Food Network chefs have their own recipes but in this episode we'll find out what dishes they covet from other chefs! See the delicious delicacies Duff, Tyler Florence, and Sandra Lee wish they had thought of ... and just how far they will go to get secret recipes? From Wolfgang Puck's Shanghai Lobster to Thomas Keller's Salmon Rillettes, we travel across the country to reveal the foods that leave Food Network chefs filled with envy.Read More

8:30 PM

For Food Network stars including Ina, Emeril, Giada and others no food is more comforting than ... "The Classics." From perfectly juicy prime rib, to creamy mashed potatoes, succulent meatloaf, and more, discover where their most memorable favorites will never go out of style.Read More

9:00 PM

They may be small in size but they're big on flavor! We're talking appetizers -- from classic crispy calamari to French onion soup in the form of a dumpling! Find out what tasty morsels stars like Ted Allen, Bobby Flay and Duff say are the best way to start a meal.Read More

9:30 PM

Pizza, crispy fried chicken, succulent juicy duck, a pasta feast extravaganza and smoky sweet BBQ pork -- these are just a few of the meals that Michael Symon, Cat Cora, Sunny Anderson, Ted Allen and others say are, literally, to die for. Before they meet the Reaper, find out where your favorite Food Network stars will go for their ... LAST SUPPER.Read More

10:00 PM

Host Michael McKean shares the "hole" story of everyone's favorite middle-missing baked goods. See if donuts helped bring about the end of World War I, if the secret to New York bagels lies in the city's water and how bundt cakes went from headlining brunch to saving lives.Read More

10:30 PM

Host Michael McKean separates the good from the bad on some downright wicked food tales. He uncovers whether beer's spirits were put there by witches, if the pretzel is pious or if its story is full of twists and if the heavenly-tasting angel food cake is really just a little devil.Read More

11:00 PM

Alton Brown finds himself catering a tailgate party for a group of folks out to catch a glimpse of a mythical sea monster. To commemorate the event, Alton prepares his favorite tailgate-able sea monster, the squid, in his Squid Vicious recipe.Read More

 
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11:30 PM

In many restaurants, calamari has replaced onion rings as the deep fried hors d'oeuvre de jour. So why is it that so many cooks fail when it comes to cooking calamari? Alton Brown ships out aboard a squid research vessel in search of answers to this question and a few good appetizers. With recipes for Squid Stuffed Squid, Wet Fried Calamari, Dry Fried Calamari and Seaside Squid Salad.Read More

12:00 AM

Sure, Food Network chefs have their own recipes but in this episode we'll find out what dishes they covet from other chefs! See the delicious delicacies Duff, Tyler Florence, and Sandra Lee wish they had thought of ... and just how far they will go to get secret recipes? From Wolfgang Puck's Shanghai Lobster to Thomas Keller's Salmon Rillettes, we travel across the country to reveal the foods that leave Food Network chefs filled with envy.Read More

12:30 AM

For Food Network stars including Ina, Emeril, Giada and others no food is more comforting than ... "The Classics." From perfectly juicy prime rib, to creamy mashed potatoes, succulent meatloaf, and more, discover where their most memorable favorites will never go out of style.Read More

1:00 AM

They may be small in size but they're big on flavor! We're talking appetizers -- from classic crispy calamari to French onion soup in the form of a dumpling! Find out what tasty morsels stars like Ted Allen, Bobby Flay and Duff say are the best way to start a meal.Read More

1:30 AM

Pizza, crispy fried chicken, succulent juicy duck, a pasta feast extravaganza and smoky sweet BBQ pork -- these are just a few of the meals that Michael Symon, Cat Cora, Sunny Anderson, Ted Allen and others say are, literally, to die for. Before they meet the Reaper, find out where your favorite Food Network stars will go for their ... LAST SUPPER.Read More

2:00 AM

Host Michael McKean shares the "hole" story of everyone's favorite middle-missing baked goods. See if donuts helped bring about the end of World War I, if the secret to New York bagels lies in the city's water and how bundt cakes went from headlining brunch to saving lives.Read More

2:30 AM

Host Michael McKean separates the good from the bad on some downright wicked food tales. He uncovers whether beer's spirits were put there by witches, if the pretzel is pious or if its story is full of twists and if the heavenly-tasting angel food cake is really just a little devil.Read More

3:00 AM

Alton Brown finds himself catering a tailgate party for a group of folks out to catch a glimpse of a mythical sea monster. To commemorate the event, Alton prepares his favorite tailgate-able sea monster, the squid, in his Squid Vicious recipe.Read More

 
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3:30 AM

In many restaurants, calamari has replaced onion rings as the deep fried hors d'oeuvre de jour. So why is it that so many cooks fail when it comes to cooking calamari? Alton Brown ships out aboard a squid research vessel in search of answers to this question and a few good appetizers. With recipes for Squid Stuffed Squid, Wet Fried Calamari, Dry Fried Calamari and Seaside Squid Salad.Read More