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Thursday, Mar 30

7:00
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Episode 101

Sherri seeks out divine dining from people of faith: At Hush Bistro in Farmingdale, NY, Sherri dines on the preacher/chef's signature dish, Adam's Rib; in Staten Island, she visits Holy Schnitzel, the mecca for fast food inspired kosher fare; at Veniero's Pastry, Sherri makes the Sfingi, a sacred sweet; and at Manhattan's famous Riverside Church, Sherri is inspired by the Jesus & Mary Biscuits from Grits to Grace Supper Club.

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7:30
AM
Episode 102

Sherri finds religion while cooking with the faithful: At Vonda's Kitchen in Newark, N.J., Sherri is treated to Vonda's Smothered Turkey Wings; At the church of St. Francis Xavier in Manhattan, Father Charles Frederico and Sherri make his Spaghetti e Vongole for a holy crowd; In Brooklyn, Sherri visits the crossroads of food and faith at Basil, a Kosher food and wine bar. And Sherri samples a sanctified sweet, the Land of Milk and Honey Cupcakes.

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8:00
AM
Episode 103

Sherri breaks bread with break-dancing Father Leo who shares his Poor Man's Pork Skewers; visits Cafe Pierrot in Sparta, N.J., to meet a family committed to faith and serving the community their famous croissants; in Brooklyn, Sherri feasts on the biblical Bronzino fish; and in Fairfield, Conn., Darlene Banks offers Jamaican Jerk Burgers and thoughtful prayers at Craven Dawgs and Ting.

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8:30
AM
Episode 104

In Brooklyn, Sherri meets the co-founders of Gefilteria who are remaking the Jewish holiday staple, Gefilte Fish; In New York's Lower East Side, Sherri gets a helping of Hinduism alongside her Lamb Pasanda at MasalaWala; Salt Cod Tostones satisfy a group of hungry believers thanks to Dining with Grace; and in Bayonne, N.J., the baking rock stars from Filled Cakes and Confections create an epic bible cake.

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9:00
AM
Episode 105

Sherri hangs with Alvin and Friends in New Rochelle, N.Y., for some heavenly Shrimp and Grits; In Greenwich, Conn., Father Matt Mauriello has Sherri over for fellowship and feasting on his Manicotti Crepes; A Greek Diner in Cherry Hill, N.J., makes their lent favorite, Imam Baildi; and at Kosher restaurant Eighteen in Manhattan, Sherri tries some Yemenite Soup.

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9:30
AM
Episode 401

In Tampa, Emeril Lagasse visits Mise en Place, one of the leading restaurants in Florida, where he tries some of Chef Marty Blitz's latest creations, including sous vide venison loin and buttermilk panna cotta. Then, Emeril goes to Cigar City Brewing, where he samples some of their signature beers following a brewery tour. Then Emeril visits one of the most respected and popular steakhouses in the world, Bern's Steakhouse. Emeril tours their restaurant and a peak at their wine collection, the largest of any restaurant in the world. To end the episode, Emeril prepares Marinated Flank Steak with Chimichurri Sauce, Grilled Smashed Potatoes and Piperade.

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10:00
AM
Episode 113

Alfonso Ribeiro serves up a made-in-the-USA, multicultural menu on this episode of Unwrapped 2.0. We'll travel to a family-run Philadelphia factory for the secrets of an authentic Italian cannoli and to California for the exotic flavors of a lemony roasted garlic hummus falafel wrap. You'll also find out what goes into a south-of-the-border enchilada pie, and how that fortune gets inside the fortune cookie.

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10:30
AM
Episode 201F

It's movie munchies madness as host Alfonso Ribeiro goes behind the scenes of blockbuster sweets like Dots and Cookie Dough Bites. Then, find out how to add a punch to your sweet tooth with mouth-puckering Sour Straws and San Diego Pretzels' salty Jumbo Soft Pretzel.

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11:00
AM
Episode 202F

On this episode, host Alfonso Ribeiro puts together the perfect backyard barbecue, including Mrs. Freshley's melt-in-your-mouth cupcakes, Mrs. Fisher's perfectly-salted rippled chips, and Mayfield Dairy's creamy banana split ice cream. Then, learn about Bush Brothers baked beans and their secret family recipe.

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11:30
AM
Episode 203F

Host Alfonso Ribeiro explores snacks that know how to put that little crunch in your munch, like See's Candies peanut brittle and Snak King's crispy Taco Litos. Then, learn about Peking Noodles' aptly named Crunchy Noodles, and how Primrose Candy Company has perfected the mix of crunch and chew in their Strawberry Bon-Bons.

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12:00
PM
Episode 1403F

Today we're biting into the indulgent sweet treats of delectable delights. See how peanut brittle is made, sample a petit four with four legs, and visit a dessert company baking for the entire country. Next, learn the trick to stacking up baklava and get in line for a ticket to the Chocolate Show. Then treat yourself to a slice of special key lime cake.

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12:30
PM
Episode 1404F

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.

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1:00
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Episode 1405F

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.

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1:30
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Episode 1406F

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.

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2:00
PM
Episode SP1

Famed Country musician Kix Brooks is passionate about a lot of different things, from music, to wine, to raising cattle. For his next big adventure he is setting out across the states to find some of America's best steakhouses. Up first is Chicago; here we visit high-end up-and-comer Chicago Cut, South American inspired Zed451, and old-school classic Gibson's. Next we travel to Louisville where we first stop at a low-key roadhouse that is serving up top of the line beef at a blue-collar price. From there we venture down the road a piece to a packed Jeff Ruby's where a father-daughter team are serving up the highest quality product with a dramatic flair. And finally we head to Nashville to visit a couple of Kix Brooks' local haunts like the Cork & Cow and The Standard.

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3:00
PM
Episode 101

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.

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3:30
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Episode 102

We're riding into cowboy country and Kix is checking out some of the best steakhouses the Lone Star State has to offer. In Dallas, Kix heads to YO Steakhouse for some classic Hill Country cuisine, like chicken fried lobster. At Cattlemen's in Fort Worth, cowboy cooking is done right with quality meat cooked over an open grill in the middle of the dining room. Kix heads to Knife where the chefs are using innovative and modern techniques to breathe new life into classic dishes.

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4:00
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Episode 103

We're getting steaky in Denver and Kix has found the best steaks the mile high city has to offer. Bastien's is a local legend known far and wide for inventing the Sugar Steak. The Buckhorn Exchange is not just the oldest steakhouse in Denver, but the oldest restaurant, and dishes like their famous Pot Roast haven't changed in more than 100 years. And from the oldest to one of the newest, Guard and Grace in downtown Denver is changing the steak game with signature concepts like the Steak Flight.

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4:30
PM
Episode 104

Kix is heading to his home state of Louisiana and hitting three steakhouses that prove New Orleans is one of the best food destinations in the country. Galatoire's is an institution right on Bourbon Street, and locals know to order off-menu favorites like their secret Fried Chicken. Charlie's Steak House is a neighborhood joint serving steaks New Orleans-style, which means sizzling in hot butter. No family is more synonymous with New Orleans cuisine than the Brennans, and Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse brings classic Creole and Cajun flavors to traditional steakhouse fare.

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5:00
PM
Episode 105

It's not easy to get people in Washington to agree on much, but everyone will agree that Kix has found three of the best steakhouses in our nation's capital. Ray's The Steak is a local favorite serving succulent steak dishes that have loyal clientele coming back for more. Even the President is a fan! The Partisan is at the forefront of DC's modern cuisine serving fresh, high quality meat thanks to their own in-house butcher shop. No part of the animal goes to waste here; they even fry an apple pie in beef fat. Del Campo's South American menu includes Smoked Wagyu Steak and a massive sandwich called a Chavito, piled high with an assortment of meat including seared rib-eye, Mortadella and Ham. It's as tall as the Washington Monument!

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5:30
PM
Episode 106

Kix is in the Big Apple with an even bigger appetite as he explores three of New York City's best steakhouses. Everyone from Albert Einstein to Babe Ruth has eaten at historic Keen's, home of the famous Mutton Chop. Sammy's Roumanian Steakhouse is a true NYC original that serves juicy steaks and traditional Jewish dishes like stuffed cabbage that have their customers literally breaking out in song and dance. Just across the river in Long Island City, M Wells is making a splash. The restaurant, housed in a converted auto-body shop, is putting an eclectic spin on traditional steakhouse classics with dishes like their mouthwatering burger served "bone-in," and pork chops that are thinly sliced and piled high like a stack of pancakes.

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6:00
PM
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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6:30
PM
Episode 305

Noah Cappe takes a bite out of the Great New York State Fair where The Defibrillator gets his heart pumping. Then he tries on two local favorites -- the piquant Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese and the Crispy Clamwich. For dessert, he wolfs down PB&J Ice Cream. Then it's off to Columbia for the South Carolina State Fair, where the floods don't stop Noah from sinking his teeth into The Super Stick and a Monster Meatball Sub, before The King's Corn Dog gets Noah all shook up.

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7:00
PM
Episode 100

It's a fiesta of fair food in Florida! Noah Cappe samples one of the craziest carnival eats in America: Chicken Wing Ice Cream. Then it's the classic Glazed Donut Burger, complete with cheese and bacon. A Red Velvet Funnel Cake and a Lobster Roll made with local lobster round out the day. Then it's across the state to the Sarasota County Agricultural Fair, where Noah meets sisters who've been on the road since they were kids, selling favorites like Deep Fried Cheesecake and Fried Green Tomatoes. The local agricultural association shows Noah their top seller, the Pulled Pork sandwich and finally Noah wrestles Gator on a Stick.

7:30
PM
Episode 313

Noah Cappe joins the crowds of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo in Texas to experience the meaty Cowboy Burrito and the Texan Juicy Lucy. Then it's a big and bodacious take on the burrito, and Wake 'n' Cake, combining breakfast cereal with the classic funnel cake. At the Florida State Fair in Tampa, The Bacon Burger Bomb gets Noah's heart pumping, then there's a Funnel Cake Pizza to sample along with the Chocoberry Orie, a triple decker sweet.

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8:00
PM
Episode 105

Noah Cappe jets into State Fair Meadowlands to check out the freak show of food, beginning with Cream Cheese Larvets. He also indulges in the Pig in Mud: chocolate covered, deep fried bacon. Next, it's down south to Alabama. Local Vendor Big Daddy's BBQ Ribs are the talk of the fair, but it's the Sweet Potato Pie Ice Cream churned in a tractor that converts Noah into a believer.

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8:30
PM
Episode 103

On this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to Oklahoma for the Apache Rattlesnake Festival. He bravely samples the Deep Fried Rattlesnake, the namesake dish of the festival. Then it's back to more carnival classics like Texas Twister Fries and the spicy Mexi-Dog. Later, Noah takes in the treats at Alabama's Oak Mountain Spring Fair. Starting with Dre's Barbeque Baked Potato, and moving onto cheese-stuffed gilled pork balls, jambalaya stuffed peppers and finishing up with Deep Fried Bread Pudding, it's southern comfort food with a fair flare!

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9:00
PM
Episode 404

Noah Cappe starts at the Delaware State Fair, where he'll eat the very stately Delaware Dog, a hot dog loaded with scrapple. Then, he'll try to tackle the funnel cake-filled Frankenfunnel Burger and the octopus-loaded Octotaco. Finally, he indulges with the Killer Cereal Treat, a deep-fried fruity breakfast smothered in ice cream. His second stop is the Obion County Fair in Union City, Tenn., where Noah snacks on some authentic Tennessee Wings, praises the Pope's Polish Pizza, and digs into the strawberry-est funnel cake on the fairgrounds.

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9:30
PM
Episode 402

Noah Cappe's first stop is the Wayne County Fair in Richmond, Ind., where he takes a stroll with the Walking BBQ, feels the groove of the King with a Bacon PB&J Quesadilla, goes healthy-ish with a Deep Fried Salad, and chills out with an all-American ice cream sundae called the Burst of Freedom. Then, at the Lane County Fair in Eugene, Ore., Noah gets some golden gate goods with the Frisco Sandwich before feeling the heat of Jalapeno Popper Onion Rings and finishing off his day with some delectable Deep-Fried Coffee.

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10:00
PM
Episode 205

Ali Khan hits the Jackson Hole, Wyo., trail running for a delicious croque madame with mornay sauce in the morning and crosses the Snake River for a crunchy fried chicken banh mi sandwich. Then, he discovers a berry cheesecake doughnut before stirring up a hearty bowl of spicy pork rice.

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10:30
PM
Episode 106

While Albuquerque is known for hatch green chile and New Mex cuisine, Ali Khan discovers a lot more behind the hype. He goes sweet on a vegan waffle that delivers like a decadent dessert, then makes tracks for one of the best green chile cheeseburgers in town. His afternoon gets a sugar and spice kick with a designer donut, and he brings it home with a New Mexican staple, carne adovada.

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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 1D05UH

Despite immense popularity, 9 out of 10 cooks say they're afraid to cook lobster. Join host Alton Brown as he demystifies the buying, handling and cooking of the briny bug that put the surf into the surf-n-turf, with his Stuffed Lobster.

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12:00
AM
Episode 105

Noah Cappe jets into State Fair Meadowlands to check out the freak show of food, beginning with Cream Cheese Larvets. He also indulges in the Pig in Mud: chocolate covered, deep fried bacon. Next, it's down south to Alabama. Local Vendor Big Daddy's BBQ Ribs are the talk of the fair, but it's the Sweet Potato Pie Ice Cream churned in a tractor that converts Noah into a believer.

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12:30
AM
Episode 103

On this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to Oklahoma for the Apache Rattlesnake Festival. He bravely samples the Deep Fried Rattlesnake, the namesake dish of the festival. Then it's back to more carnival classics like Texas Twister Fries and the spicy Mexi-Dog. Later, Noah takes in the treats at Alabama's Oak Mountain Spring Fair. Starting with Dre's Barbeque Baked Potato, and moving onto cheese-stuffed gilled pork balls, jambalaya stuffed peppers and finishing up with Deep Fried Bread Pudding, it's southern comfort food with a fair flare!

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1:00
AM
Episode 404

Noah Cappe starts at the Delaware State Fair, where he'll eat the very stately Delaware Dog, a hot dog loaded with scrapple. Then, he'll try to tackle the funnel cake-filled Frankenfunnel Burger and the octopus-loaded Octotaco. Finally, he indulges with the Killer Cereal Treat, a deep-fried fruity breakfast smothered in ice cream. His second stop is the Obion County Fair in Union City, Tenn., where Noah snacks on some authentic Tennessee Wings, praises the Pope's Polish Pizza, and digs into the strawberry-est funnel cake on the fairgrounds.

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1:30
AM
Episode 402

Noah Cappe's first stop is the Wayne County Fair in Richmond, Ind., where he takes a stroll with the Walking BBQ, feels the groove of the King with a Bacon PB&J Quesadilla, goes healthy-ish with a Deep Fried Salad, and chills out with an all-American ice cream sundae called the Burst of Freedom. Then, at the Lane County Fair in Eugene, Ore., Noah gets some golden gate goods with the Frisco Sandwich before feeling the heat of Jalapeno Popper Onion Rings and finishing off his day with some delectable Deep-Fried Coffee.

More About This Episode
2:00
AM
Episode 205

Ali Khan hits the Jackson Hole, Wyo., trail running for a delicious croque madame with mornay sauce in the morning and crosses the Snake River for a crunchy fried chicken banh mi sandwich. Then, he discovers a berry cheesecake doughnut before stirring up a hearty bowl of spicy pork rice.

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2:30
AM
Episode 106

While Albuquerque is known for hatch green chile and New Mex cuisine, Ali Khan discovers a lot more behind the hype. He goes sweet on a vegan waffle that delivers like a decadent dessert, then makes tracks for one of the best green chile cheeseburgers in town. His afternoon gets a sugar and spice kick with a designer donut, and he brings it home with a New Mexican staple, carne adovada.

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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 1D05UH

Despite immense popularity, 9 out of 10 cooks say they're afraid to cook lobster. Join host Alton Brown as he demystifies the buying, handling and cooking of the briny bug that put the surf into the surf-n-turf, with his Stuffed Lobster.

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