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Monday, Oct 23

7:00
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Episode 102

Julia shares her secrets, tips and tricks for incredible desserts and sweet treats you can make at home. There's a tower of Mini Raspberry Tarts, straight from a patisserie shop window, fabulous Salted Caramels and Chocolate Dipped Orangettes. Then, after a tasting at the mall, Julia heads home to make Lemon Curd, the culinary building block for so many fabulous desserts.

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7:30
AM
Episode 103

Julia's throwing a belated wedding fiesta for a friend and it's all about delicious make-ahead, stress free entertaining with a sweet twist. On the menu there's Pineapple Pulled Pork Tacos and a dazzling Baked Alaska complete with fireworks, all washed down with incredible Agave Margaritas.

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8:00
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Episode 104

Julia's keeping it speedy with swift sweet recipes and delectable shortcuts. For brunch with a friend she's whipping up Hot Chocolate and Deep-Fried Pastry With Chocolate Dipping Sauce. She's firing up the grill for Arizona Bruschetta, then making two mom inspired dishes; a sweet Spinach Salad and fabulous Graham Cracker Toffee. It's all sweet and it's all snappy.

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8:30
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Episode 105

Julia's keeping it sweet and simple as she conjures up delicious dishes that can't fail to impress. There's a fabulous three-tiered Red Velvet Cake with incredible waves of Cream Cheese Frosting and a Paris-inspired sweet savory brunch of Pain Perdue with Rotisserie Chicken that's as easy as it gets. Her Chocolate Caramel Truffles are so sinfully delicious it's hard to believe they're so easy to make and for sweets in a hurry, Frozen Cherries with White Chocolate Sauce are simple and sweet.

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9:00
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Episode 111

As a chef constantly surrounded by food, it's important for Bobby to keep healthy options in mind, even when it comes to brunch! His fitness-minded menu starts with Homemade Mango-Agave Granola with Greek Yogurt. Bobby uses his favorite fruit for his Grapefruit Salad with Honey-Mint Dressing. A New York brunch staple, Smoked Salmon, is served on Seven Grain Bread with Tomato, Honey Mustard and Dill. And when Bobby wants to drink something delicious and nutritious, he blends together his Coconut Water Smoothie.

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9:30
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Episode 312

Bobby Flay takes a journey to his culinary roots with a bold Southwestern brunch! His menu includes savory dishes like Texas Eggs Benedict and Cast Iron Home Fries With Chiles, Cilantro and a Creamy Garlic Dressing. And for a sticky sweet treat, he's baking a batch of Pecan Pie Monkey Bread.

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10:00
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Episode 509

Chef Bobby Flay gives tried-and-true brunch staples a modern makeover with simple techniques and everyday ingredients like Sally Lunn French Toast with Homemade Apple Butter and Salted Caramel Whipped Cream; a Rolled Omelet with Gruyere, Ham, Arugula and Torn Mustard Croutons; and a beautiful Sunrise Mimosa.

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10:30
AM
Episode 404

Chef Bobby Flay satisfies your chocolate fix with a cocoa-filled brunch menu of sweet and savory dishes. He's serving Double Chocolate Pancakes With Salted Caramel Syrup, Mole Rubbed Steak and Eggs With Chocolate Stout Beurre Blanc and Chocolate-Orange Yogurt Panna Cotta.

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11:00
AM
Episode 804F

Brooklyn's Nick Suarez has been annihilating his competition in amateur cook-offs all over New York City, and his hot dogs have become a force to be reckoned with. His newest creation, Brooklyn's Cheesiest Dog, is ready to be put to the test - the only catch is Nick's competition is none other than Bobby Flay! Who will be crowned "Top Dog"? There is only one way to find out - a Hot Dog Throwdown! Let the grilling begin!

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11:30
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Episode 805F

Southern belle Vera Stewart has developed a carrot cake that has customers at her business "Very Vera" coming back for more. Her food mail-order business and café create some of the best cakes in the world, and her carrot cake is ready to be put to the test! As if these feats were not enough, Vera also runs a food etiquette school for children. Will this Georgia peach teach Bobby a lesson in Southern Hospitality or will this bake-off be one for the books?

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12:00
PM
Episode 806F

David Matias and his mom Teresa have created the best Huevos Rancheros above the border. They have received accolades from the New York Times and their Huevos Rancheros are listed in the book "500 Things To Eat Before It's Too Late" as the prefect breakfast. Yet, will David and Teresa send Bobby's Huevos Rancheros up in flames, or will Bobby show them that this big city boy can turn out some classic eggs, southwest style? Well, only one-way to find out, a Huevos Rancheros Throwdown

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12:30
PM
Episode 808F

When you're about to throwdown with Colette Burnett of Brooklyn, NY be forewarned, no "chickens" allowed! In this battle over wings Colette, owner of Super Wings NY, takes no prisoners. Colette, a native of Trinidad, says it is a pleasant surprise that you can find "wing nirvana" right here in Brooklyn and takes pride in creating the perfect chicken wing. The competition is fierce in this spicy, must see Throwdown duel!

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1:00
PM
Episode 907FH

Philadelphia is known as the city of Brotherly Love; except when someone comes and challenges a local hero -- or sub, or hoagie or grinder in this case. Whatever you call it there's no love lost when Peter McAndrews puts his famous "Paesano" grinder up against Bobby Flay in a 15 round championship Throwdown. Will Bobby's Italian grinder go the distance?

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1:30
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Episode 908FH

Eunice Feller has a Boston Cream Pie that is out of this world, which is no small feat for this new mother who just opened her second Boston area bakery called Bread and Chocolate. If you think that is a mouthful, try getting your mouth around this amazing dessert that keeps her customers lined up out the door. Impressing a Boston crowd with a pie of their own will be one of Bobby Flay's biggest challenges yet. With so many battles fought in Boston, this Throwdown may be one for the record books!

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2:00
PM
Episode 1A06UH

You scream, I scream, but host Alton Brown would rather make his own ice cream ... and sorbet and granita. Learn the secrets the pros don't want you to know and find an ice cream machine that delivers the goods without breaking the bank. With recipes for Key Lime Sorbet, Serious Vanilla Ice Cream and Coffee Granita.

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2:30
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Episode 0905

Alton Brown sets out to figure out how to make ice cream himself. After a visit from some federal ice cream agents and a little investigation of ingredients, Alton cracks the code, making Vanilla Ice Cream, Chocolate Ice Cream and Mint Chip Ice Cream.

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3:00
PM
Episode 113

It's the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, and host Noah Cappe has arrived at the Calgary Stampede ready to eat! He starts his visit off with the Stampede's hot new hit, Scorpion Pizza -- a slice of pizza loaded with edible insects. There are fair classics like Deep Fried Butter, Hot Beef Sundae, Deep Fried Mac and Cheese and Saltwater Taffy. Noah partakes of Calgary's cowboy culture in the traditional Stampede Breakfast, and finds some fusion food in the form of the Chicken Tinga Masala Tostada.

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3:30
PM
Episode 201

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is one of the biggest events in Texas. With over 2.5 million visitors a year, it's the perfect place for carnival concessionaires to perfect their offerings. Host Noah Cappe gets a lesson in the meat that makes Texas famous, sampling the Texas Chili Burger and the Big Texas Barbecue Baked Potato. Then he tries a local legend's tamale recipe before rounding off the day with Strawberry Waffle Bombs. Next, he arrives at Lemonade Days in Dunwoody, Georgia to discover a new breakfast concept called Rise & Shine Pizza. A Sushi Burrito is an East-West fusion food that tickles his taste buds while The Funnel Cake Dog proves that even the wackiest carnival concoctions can be a success.

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4:00
PM
Episode 203

Host Noah Cappe is off to the races in Louisville, Ky., at the Kentucky Derby Festival. First he chows down on a custom made pizza, the Kentucky Hot Brown. Then it's time to get a little bit country with Ozark Style Loaded Fries, piled high with pork, baked beans and cheddar cheese. Ending the day are two sweet treats: Festive Funnel Cake made with pumpkin and Kentucky's Fried Cookie Dough. Next he heads to Beaumont, Texas, for the South Texas State Fair where local specialties are The Swamp Thing and Hush Kitties.

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4:30
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Episode 204

On this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to the Nederland Heritage Festival, where food from around the world is prepared by an army of volunteers. From the Cowboy Pistolettes to Sopapillas, to Chicken Fried Bacon and a very fun egg-stravaganza. Later, he travels to Farmville, NC for the Dogwood Festival - home to southern comfort food with a fair flare. From the Oh Boy! Po' Boy sandwich to Cocoa Bananas home made ice cream, these are real garden goodies.

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5:00
PM
Episode 206

In the tiny town of Chowchilla, CA Noah Cappe discovers some carnival eats that deserve to be shared with the world. First up, it's the Deep Pit Barbeque, a meat extravaganza that takes three days to prepare. Noah also enjoys a Funnel Cake Cheeseburger and the Baja Avocado Taco. Across the country in New Jersey, the St. Michael's Italian Festival celebrates the cultural and culinary history of Italian-Americans with Zeppole, a cheesecake known as Cake 'n Bacon and a bad boy of a sandwich: The Hoboken Fat Boy.

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5:30
PM
Episode 207

The Brandywine Strawberry Festival in Pennsylvania is home to "The Colossal" a crab cake/roast beef combo that has host Noah Cappe going wild. Other favorites at this annual celebration include The Sizzler, the Chicken Parm'wich and Strawberry Kettle Corn. Then Noah heads to Chico, CA for the Silver Dollar Fair, where he strikes gold with the Sinfully Sweet Spicy Cheese Pretzel.

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6:00
PM
Episode 708H

We're touring the amazing Mid-Atlantic, sampling seafood like crab cakes in Baltimore and paella in Washington, DC. We found the perfect breakfast at Golden West Café, and some of the best beef we've ever had at Baltimore favorite, Chap's Pit Beef. And don't think we didn't save room for dessert! From a chocolate, marshmallow, peanut creation called the CMP at Woodberry Kitchen, to Baltimore's own bomb pie, we're trying it all on our Mid-Atlantic mission.

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6:30
PM
Episode 309F

From pasta in a divine tomato sauce to Hanger Steak covered in a spicy peanut mole sauce, to linguini with clams and Toffee Pudding dripping with caramel, these plate-licking dishes and more have your favorite Food Network stars getting saucy. Ted Allen, Cat Cora, Duff and others share where they go for the best thing they've ever eaten with sauce!

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7:00
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Episode 311F

Sharpen your knives and get ready as Rachael Ray, Duff Goldman, Cat Cora and more of your favorite Food Network stars cut to the chase on their best ever sliced foods. Whether it's a fresh piece of ollieberry pie, a meat-lovers dream charcuterie plate, or southern-style fried green tomatoes, these dishes and more are all slices of perfection!

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7:30
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Episode 312F

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.

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8:00
PM
Episode 605FUH

Fried Brains, Duck Tongue Tacos, a Spleen Sandwich, and BBQ Pig Tails might sound scary to some, but not to Curtis Stone, Michael Symon, Ming Tsai and others. These dishes and more are so frightfully good, they'll haunt you forever.

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8:30
PM
Episode 304F

You don't have to be a kid to want the delicious sugary sweets that Bobby, Claire, Rocco and others are talking about -- from fruit filled homemade Pop Tarts to PB&J doughnuts, rich Chocolate Mousse, and tangy Tangerine Creamsicles. And you don't need your parents' permission to eat them!

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9:00
PM
Episode 508FUH

Alton screams, Duff screams, they all scream for ice cream! We've got the scoop on the coolest creamiest treats around. From a delectable homemade fudge-smothered vanilla sundae to a torte de gelato that will change your life and the best ice cream sandwich on the planet!

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9:30
PM
Episode 513FUH

Michael Symon, Bobby Flay, Gail Simmons and others take a step back in time to recall the dishes they loved as a kid. Handmade pasta, Frito Pie, Cotton Candy and Pizza might be their childhood favorites, but they're just as good today -- maybe even better!

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10:00
PM
Episode 103H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood are on a road trip through the South for some serious soul food. In Savannah, Georgia, good food is found off the beaten path at Wall's BBQ, where an indoor, open fire pit grills up mouth-watering chicken alongside gooey mac and cheese. Rutledge and Damaris then head to Damaris' hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, for a new take on Southern food at MilkWood. Elevated with Asian flavors, their unique menu includes compressed watermelon and ricotta soup and the chef's over-the-top, pan-seared signature grouper. In Oxford, Mississippi, Southern breakfasts don't come more fully loaded than at Big Bad Breakfast, where the Pylon plate is piled high with a waffle smothered with beef chili, grilled hot dogs and cheese. Damaris and Rutledge also sneak into a secret speakeasy serving up a buttery, crispy grilled cheese sandwiches.

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10:30
PM
Episode 101H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood sop up the sauce in Charleston, SC, as they discover the pleasures of whole-hog barbecue with legendary pitmaster, Rodney Scott. Then they are on to one of the best burgers in America, where the meats are butchered in house at the Neon Pig in Oxford, MS. Finally, it's a feel good lesson in down-home cooking with fall-off-the-bone oxtail at Addielee's Restaurant in Moncks Corner, SC.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1117

Join host Alton Brown as he breaks the trend toward an overly sweet and fussy pastry and gets us back to the original chiffon cupcake that will make you feel like a kid again. Alton makes Chocolate Chiffon Cupcake, Chiffon Cupcakes and Simple Vanilla Buttercream Frosting.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1107

Dried fruit may not be glamorous, but what it lacks in fashion, it more than makes up for in flavor and versatility. Before your good fruit goes bad, take a tip from host Alton Brown and dry it. With recipes for Dried Fruit, Sweet Dried Fruit Compote, Individual Fruit Compote Pies and Trail Mix.

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12:00
AM
Episode 605FUH

Fried Brains, Duck Tongue Tacos, a Spleen Sandwich, and BBQ Pig Tails might sound scary to some, but not to Curtis Stone, Michael Symon, Ming Tsai and others. These dishes and more are so frightfully good, they'll haunt you forever.

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12:30
AM
Episode 304F

You don't have to be a kid to want the delicious sugary sweets that Bobby, Claire, Rocco and others are talking about -- from fruit filled homemade Pop Tarts to PB&J doughnuts, rich Chocolate Mousse, and tangy Tangerine Creamsicles. And you don't need your parents' permission to eat them!

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1:00
AM
Episode 508FUH

Alton screams, Duff screams, they all scream for ice cream! We've got the scoop on the coolest creamiest treats around. From a delectable homemade fudge-smothered vanilla sundae to a torte de gelato that will change your life and the best ice cream sandwich on the planet!

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1:30
AM
Episode 513FUH

Michael Symon, Bobby Flay, Gail Simmons and others take a step back in time to recall the dishes they loved as a kid. Handmade pasta, Frito Pie, Cotton Candy and Pizza might be their childhood favorites, but they're just as good today -- maybe even better!

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2:00
AM
Episode 103H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood are on a road trip through the South for some serious soul food. In Savannah, Georgia, good food is found off the beaten path at Wall's BBQ, where an indoor, open fire pit grills up mouth-watering chicken alongside gooey mac and cheese. Rutledge and Damaris then head to Damaris' hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, for a new take on Southern food at MilkWood. Elevated with Asian flavors, their unique menu includes compressed watermelon and ricotta soup and the chef's over-the-top, pan-seared signature grouper. In Oxford, Mississippi, Southern breakfasts don't come more fully loaded than at Big Bad Breakfast, where the Pylon plate is piled high with a waffle smothered with beef chili, grilled hot dogs and cheese. Damaris and Rutledge also sneak into a secret speakeasy serving up a buttery, crispy grilled cheese sandwiches.

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2:30
AM
Episode 101H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood sop up the sauce in Charleston, SC, as they discover the pleasures of whole-hog barbecue with legendary pitmaster, Rodney Scott. Then they are on to one of the best burgers in America, where the meats are butchered in house at the Neon Pig in Oxford, MS. Finally, it's a feel good lesson in down-home cooking with fall-off-the-bone oxtail at Addielee's Restaurant in Moncks Corner, SC.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1117

Join host Alton Brown as he breaks the trend toward an overly sweet and fussy pastry and gets us back to the original chiffon cupcake that will make you feel like a kid again. Alton makes Chocolate Chiffon Cupcake, Chiffon Cupcakes and Simple Vanilla Buttercream Frosting.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1107

Dried fruit may not be glamorous, but what it lacks in fashion, it more than makes up for in flavor and versatility. Before your good fruit goes bad, take a tip from host Alton Brown and dry it. With recipes for Dried Fruit, Sweet Dried Fruit Compote, Individual Fruit Compote Pies and Trail Mix.

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