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Thursday, Feb 2

7:00
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Episode 501

Roger Mooking is hanging out with two chefs putting a whole new spin on rotisserie cooking in the great outdoors. At SpringHouse restaurant in Alexander City, Ala., Chef Rob McDaniel has designed a fire-fueled contraption that he and Roger use to roast succulent legs of lamb. In Charleston, S.C., Craig Deihl is the chef and owner of Cypress, a restaurant famous for wood-fired food. Craig also likes playing with fire outside the kitchen, and he's created a backyard-friendly rotisserie that can roast whole strings of ducks and chickens.

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7:30
AM
Episode 502

Roger Mooking is in Florida fanning the flames for something savory and something sweet. Roger heads to Hamaknockers Bar-B-Que in Crawfordville, where a young pitmaster pulls pork with a power tool! Roger comes face-to-face with their signature sandwich, the Hamaburger. In Dade City, Roger meets Steve Melton, a farmer preserving the tradition of making cane syrup in a gigantic 100 year-old kettle over an open fire.

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8:00
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Episode 503

Roger Mooking meets two talented chefs who own two spectacular outdoor cooking rigs. In Miami, Chef Aaron Brooks celebrates Latin flavors with his unique coal-fueled contraption called the Cross Table. Roger and Aaron roast butterflied pork and simmer seafood paella. In Birmingham, Ala., Roger visits Chef Chris Hastings at his restaurant OvenBird. The restaurant is known for its wood-fired kitchen, but Chris's fascination for fire led him to create a one-of-a-kind portable oven. Roger and Chris cook up a meat lover's feast along with the season's best vegetables.

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8:30
AM
Episode 504

Roger Mooking is in pig paradise, cooking up two whole hogs in two different styles. In New Orleans, Roger visits MOPHO restaurant where Chef Michael Gulotta's Southeast Asian spit-roasted pig is a twist on a classic Southern tradition. In Mississippi, Chef Miles McMath hinges two steel troughs together to make a convenient and quick-cooking oven. Roger and Miles slow-cook a whole hog in this unique rig, and fry hand pies for dessert over an open flame.

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9:00
AM
Episode 505

Chef Roger Mooking visits chefs using unusual tools over live fires. In Georgia, Roger meets Erik Niel, a chef that loves to break out of his butcher shop to cook outdoors. And Erik is pulling something out of his hat: over a dozen rabbits cooked rotisserie-style with bamboo poles. In Plano, Texas, Roger visits friend Chef Tim Byres at his restaurant Smoke to take a stab at cooking flank steak and whole chickens on swords.

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9:30
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Episode 504

Chef Emeril Lagasse discovers some of Tampa Bay's best new restaurants, and an oldie but goodie in the city's revitalized Hyde Park district. Travelers are flocking to this historic area, which boasts new restaurants and shops. Then Emeril enjoys lunch at On Swann, a restaurant right in the heart of Tampa Bay's burgeoning world cuisine scene, before he cooks up Paneed Pork Medallions with Herbed Spaetzle and Brown Butter Sauce in the kitchen.

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10:00
AM
Episode 1702F

Marc Summers investigates that American icon, the hot dog. With a tour of the Sabrett factory in the Bronx, learn about sauerkraut at the Fremont Company in Ohio, corn dogs at Hinsdale Farms in Indiana, Buffalo dogs in Colorado, French's yellow mustard and an American hot dog eating champion as he shares his speed-eating secrets.

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10:30
AM
Episode 1703F

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.

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11:00
AM
Episode 1704F

Marc Summers takes us around the world of twisted treats featuring Hammond's Candies new Mike & Ikes, a curled-up cookie called the Pirouline, the American Licorice Company's Super String and Frito Lay spins their classic Cheetos into yummy spirals.

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11:30
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Episode 1705F

Today Marc Summers is unwrapping cozy cuisine with visits to Campbell's Soup, the Boston Chowda Company, the American Pie Bakery, Manischewitz for matzo ball soup, macaroni and cheese at Amy's Kitchen and Thee's Continental Pastries.

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12:00
PM
Episode 111

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.

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12:30
PM
Episode 112

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.

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1:00
PM
Episode 301

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.

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1:30
PM
Episode 312

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.

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2:00
PM
Episode 306

It's a delicious taste of barbecue across America! Whether you like it pulled or chopped, you're guaranteed the best whole hog sandwich made by a legendary pit master in North Carolina. See why people line up early at an Austin eatery that serves the very best Central Texas-style brisket, ribs and something called the "Tipsy Texan." Follow the smoke signals to New Orleans, where three Southern brothers cook barbecue tacos and smoked pork cakes in a one hundred-year-old house. And big global flavors mingle with barbecue at a small restaurant in Williamsburg, New York.

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2:30
PM
Episode 307

The beloved American comfort food is raised to new culinary heights. At Jane in Montreal, the thick, sweet and chewy pizza crust is a tribute to their city's bagels, and they're covered with wild combinations like macaroni and cheese with meatballs and smoked meat, cheddar and pickles. At Domenica in New Orleans, pizzas are topped with rare Mangalitsa pork and baked in a wood-burning, rotating oven. Pizza lovers cram into Great Lake in Chicago where they feature only three pizzas, and none of them are deep dish. And Neapolitan-style pizza is celebrated in the most delicious ways at Motorino in Brooklyn.

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3:00
PM
Episode 308

Whether you like it fried, roasted, grilled or smoked, we've got a chicken dish you will want to sink your teeth into. Two different styles of Korean fried chicken are the delicious draw at Crisp in Chicago. Approximately 5,000 people come to Wright's Farm in Rhode Island on the weekend for their $10, all-you-can-eat roast chicken dinner. Romados in Montreal specializes in Portuguese rotisserie grilled chicken that's slathered with a top-secret sauce, and at Hill Country in New York, chickens and game hens are smoked with Texas post oak and dunked in a sticky, sweet and tangy barbecue sauce.

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3:30
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Episode 309

We're featuring neighborhood gems that have become restaurant legends with a cult following. At Willie Mae's Scotch House in New Orleans, they make "America's Best Fried Chicken, " while Chuck Hughes wows his customers with his seafood troughs and lobster poutines at Garde Manger in Old Montreal. Stop by Hominy Grill in South Carolina for the best low country classics morning, noon and night and join the Austin, Texas, locals at Olivia Restaurant for its weekend brunch.

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4:00
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Episode 606

If you are looking for some Low Country Love, look no further than Charleston, S.C. At Callie's Hot Little Biscuit, they are baking up over the top, warm, doughy rounds like the Cinnamon Biscuit and the Blueberry Biscuit. 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. 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.

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4:30
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Episode 607

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. 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. 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.

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5:00
PM
Episode 608

These sweet treats will help tide you over during a long afternoon! Tandem Coffee and Bakery in Portland, Maine, will brighten your day with their Coconut Almond Cream Pie and their Strawberry-Almond Cornmeal Cake. EVO Craft Bakery in Charleston, S.C., will perk you up with its selection of eye-opening combinations like the PB&C with peanut butter, dark chocolate and chipotle, and the O'Snap with white chocolate with spicy ground ginger snaps. And in New York City, Chalait is breaking new ground by adding green tea to desserts with their Matcha Coconut Custard Croissant and Matcha White Chocolate Bark.

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5:30
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Episode 609

We're heading to picture-perfect Maine for some soul-satisfying treats. Starting at Scratch Baking Co. in South Portland, we dive into the perfect breakfast pastry, the Toaster Jam Scone. For an afternoon snack, try the Concord Grape and Peanut Butter Snack Cake, or their real showstopper -- the Movie Night Cake. At Wicked Whoopies in Freeport, they're taking the official state treat and turning it a massive five-pound whoopie pie. And if you have a hankering for something cool, look no further than Catbird Creamery, where they whip up some out-of-this-world ice cream, like Tamari Caramel with soy sauce!

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6:00
PM
Episode 610

These are the best unique sweets in the San Francisco Bay area. Head over the Bay Bridge to Oakland, and you'll find out why people are raving about the pies at Pietisserie. You'll fall in love with the the ruby red Beet Pie or the eye-popping Chantilly Chocolate Cream Layered Pie. Then, find out why people line up at the crack of dawn just to get their fix of Cruffins at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse. It's a mash-up of a croissant and a muffin, and it's stuffed with decadent creamy fillings. Finally, Donut Savant, where they're frying up fresh mini doughnuts all day long. Try the Chocolate Frosted with Hole which is a two-for-one favorite: thick chocolate glaze on a vanilla yeast doughnut, complete with a vanilla-glazed doughnut hole placed back in the middle.

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6:30
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Episode 611

Some of the most amazing treats are the ones that take a classic dessert and give it a modern twist. At Shakedown ice cream parlor in San Francisco, all the flavors of a German chocolate cake are enjoyed in a whole new (drinkable) way. And a classic ice cream flavor gets an upgrade in Banana Cookies and Cream, In Portland, Ore., Palace Cakes purees an entire orange with carrots for its unique four-layer carrot cake. And Elsie's Parlor in Brooklyn uses an old family recipe as the springboard for its innovative doughnuts, like the brown-butter-dipped Cannella al Burro and the Black and White Doughnut, which takes its inspiration from the classic New York cookie.

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7:00
PM
Episode 302

At the Paris Fair in Ontario, Canada, Noah Cappe gets regal with Her Majesty's Feast, ponders a Meat Pie Poutine, gets down and dirty with the Dirtburger and bites off more than he can chew with the gigantic Maddy Moo's Wrap Attack. At the Washington County Fair in New York, he taps into Sugar Shack Cotton Candy, bites into Bleu Ribbon Fries and eats himself into knots with the Twisted S'More.

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7:30
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Episode 304

Mouthwatering midway munchies are on the menu at the Delaware County Fair in Walton, N.Y., where Noah Cappe goes wild for the Spaghizza, packs on the pork with Freshman 15 Fries, snaps to attention for the Veteran's Clam's n' Corn and communes with the Holy Cannoli. Then at the North Georgia State Fair in Marietta, Noah's day starts off just right with the Slammin' Salmon Breakfast Biscuit, then the Bird Dog has Noah begging for more and the Dirt Road Banana Split makes him lick his bowl clean.

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8:00
PM
Episode 314

Noah Cappe is sampling the craziest and most delicious funnel cakes from across the country. There's a spin on this classic treat to appeal to everyone: A farm-fresh Funnel Cake Sundae in Ohio, a maple syrup-drenched Funnel Fried Bacon in Georgia, funnel cakes featuring pumpkin in Kentucky, apples in Pennsylvania, and nacho cheese and jalapenos in California.

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8:30
PM
Episode 315

Host Noah Cappe dives into some of the cheesiest dishes featured on Carnival Eats, both savory and sweet. There's Deep Fried Mac and Cheese at the Calgary Stampede in Canada, Cowboy Pistolettes in Texas, Classic Cheese Curds in Wisconsin, and an insane bacon-covered New York Cheesecakes.

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9:00
PM
Episode 316

Host Noah Cappe visits festivals and fairs across the country in search of frankly delicious dogs. From a crab dip smothered dog in Maryland, to a cheesy, spicy Chile Relleno Dog in California and dessert dogs covered in whipped cream and chocolate, it's time to "ketchup" with your family's favorites in this Carnival Eats special episode.

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9:30
PM
Episode 317

Resistance is futile: Everything's better with bacon and Noah Cappe is here to prove it. As he travels to festival and fairs across the country, Noah finds the biggest, baddest and best bacon dishes around.

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10:00
PM
Episode 211

Ali Khan starts his Omaha food adventure with breakfast from a fast made-from-scratch joint offering a crazy good egg boat with hash browns. For lunch, Ali tips his hat to an iconic Omaha lunch with a housemade Reuben. A butter brickle ice cream cone holds him over before his dinner of pork ragu meatballs.

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10:30
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Episode 208

Ali Khan is off to the races in Indianapolis with a decadent sourdough sugar pearl waffle breakfast, then gets his authentic deli lunch on with a house-cured sausage sandwich that's to die for. A vegan key-lime cheesecake has his name all over it for a snack, and he ends his day with one of the best breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches in town.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1B07UH

Shrimp Cocktail is not just for wedding receptions anymore: you can make it, too, once Alton Brown shows you around a shrimp boat and his cousin Ray's shrimp shop.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1C02UH

There are a lot of bivalves to eat out there but if he had choose one, Alton Brown would choose mussels. Join Alton as he takes the blue shelled mollusks from bay to plate with Mojo Moulies, buys a steaming rig and ponders cooking wine.

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12:00
AM
Episode 314

Noah Cappe is sampling the craziest and most delicious funnel cakes from across the country. There's a spin on this classic treat to appeal to everyone: A farm-fresh Funnel Cake Sundae in Ohio, a maple syrup-drenched Funnel Fried Bacon in Georgia, funnel cakes featuring pumpkin in Kentucky, apples in Pennsylvania, and nacho cheese and jalapenos in California.

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12:30
AM
Episode 315

Host Noah Cappe dives into some of the cheesiest dishes featured on Carnival Eats, both savory and sweet. There's Deep Fried Mac and Cheese at the Calgary Stampede in Canada, Cowboy Pistolettes in Texas, Classic Cheese Curds in Wisconsin, and an insane bacon-covered New York Cheesecakes.

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1:00
AM
Episode 316

Host Noah Cappe visits festivals and fairs across the country in search of frankly delicious dogs. From a crab dip smothered dog in Maryland, to a cheesy, spicy Chile Relleno Dog in California and dessert dogs covered in whipped cream and chocolate, it's time to "ketchup" with your family's favorites in this Carnival Eats special episode.

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1:30
AM
Episode 317

Resistance is futile: Everything's better with bacon and Noah Cappe is here to prove it. As he travels to festival and fairs across the country, Noah finds the biggest, baddest and best bacon dishes around.

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2:00
AM
Episode 211

Ali Khan starts his Omaha food adventure with breakfast from a fast made-from-scratch joint offering a crazy good egg boat with hash browns. For lunch, Ali tips his hat to an iconic Omaha lunch with a housemade Reuben. A butter brickle ice cream cone holds him over before his dinner of pork ragu meatballs.

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2:30
AM
Episode 208

Ali Khan is off to the races in Indianapolis with a decadent sourdough sugar pearl waffle breakfast, then gets his authentic deli lunch on with a house-cured sausage sandwich that's to die for. A vegan key-lime cheesecake has his name all over it for a snack, and he ends his day with one of the best breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches in town.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1B07UH

Shrimp Cocktail is not just for wedding receptions anymore: you can make it, too, once Alton Brown shows you around a shrimp boat and his cousin Ray's shrimp shop.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1C02UH

There are a lot of bivalves to eat out there but if he had choose one, Alton Brown would choose mussels. Join Alton as he takes the blue shelled mollusks from bay to plate with Mojo Moulies, buys a steaming rig and ponders cooking wine.

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