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Saturday, Apr 15

7:00
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Episode 101

Lorraine shows us recipes that are perfect for a whole host of occasions, from an impromptu dinner with friends to fresh and fun party food.There's lemoncello jello shots; a good old fashioned burger with all the trimmings, and a mouth-watering mango, feta and avocado salad.

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7:30
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Episode 102

Packed full of comforting recipes that will make you smile inside and out. To start, a breakfast of ginger bread pancakes with parma ham and maple syrup; then a warming prawn linguine with chorizo and cabernet tomato sauce; a soft and satisfying butternut and sweet potato lasagne; shameless shortcut cookies and cream lollipops; tangy sweet and sour pork balls with crunchy peanut rice; and an indulgent chocolate mousse with raspberries. Plus Lorraine meets another inspirational street food vendor who is putting a modern spin on traditional Caribbean cooking.

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8:00
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Episode 103

Lorraine makes simple and classic recipes that have stood the test of time. From a twist on an Italian favourite, salmon saltimbocca with gremolata potatoes and crispy sage leaves: to pan fried mascarpone gnocchi with dreamy basil pesto - easy enough to knock up from scratch at home; Lorraine also creates irresistible port preserved cherries with cinnamon and orange; Gorgeous little warm Bramley apple pies; a tasty twister bread that anyone can have a go at; and her own twist on a traditional roast, whole roast perky peri peri chicken. For those with a sweet tooth, Lorraine's neat & Tidy Eton Mess with blackberries and stem ginger whipped cream.

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8:30
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Episode 104

Baking isn't all about breads and cakes, as Lorraine shows in tonight's episode. From a crunchy crackle top bread; to bake in the oven sticky Asian BBQ chicken wings with sweetcorn rice and red cabbage slaw, Lorraine gives us fantastic ideas for oven cooking. There are tempting little jammy tarts; succulent slow roast, fast prep leg of lamb with Aussie chardonnay, rosemary, sage and bay; delicious dulce & banana cake; rum punch roast pears, figs and peaches with toasted hazelnuts & vanilla crème fraiche; and gorgeous strawberry & cream mini cakes with chocolate drizzle strawberries. And Lorraine gets a masterclass in making an authentic Austrian apple strudel from two street food vendors.

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9:00
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Episode 105

Whether you're throwing a dinner party or just want to rustle up something a bit more special, Lorraine has it covered. From fancy nibbles - pancetta & parmesan puffs - to French onion and sage soup with big fat gruyere and mustard croutons, Lorraine's time saving tips make the meals look effortless. She conjures up gorgeous white chocolate lollipops with dried cranberries and white chocolate dipped cherries. Plus, Lorraine learns the secret to making the best Spanish doughnuts from a cook who has mastered the art of street food.

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9:30
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Episode 106

Lorraine makes easy, delicious dishes that you can rustle up everyday. There's pan fried pork chops with a watercress, peach & stilton salad and a lemon ginger dressing and a simple Malaysian net bread that's great served with dips or curries. Lorraine also gives her simple take on chicken tikka masala with fluffy basmati rice and effortlessly perfect little bite size treats - peanut butter squares.

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10:00
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Episode 1A11UH

Part one of a recurring series looks at that king of pantry essentials: dried Pasta. Host Alton Brown explores different styles, the best cooking method (water is key), the tools you really need (big) and a different way of saucing.

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10:30
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Episode 1G07UH

Wheat berries, bulgur and couscous aren't your usual wheaty fare, but then you don't see a lot of food shows featuring amnesia or kidnapping either. Alton Brown offers many applications for these grains, including Mushroom Wheat Berry Pilaf, Bulgur Gazpacho, Steamed Couscous, Basic Cooked Wheat Berries, Wheat Berry Tapenade and Cherry Couscous Pudding.

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11:00
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Episode 1H01UH

With a few simple tools and some basic chemistry, host Alton Brown simplifies the most common sauce quandaries. Throw away your boxed preparations and find how simple it is to create an elegant Hollandaise and Pepper Cream Sauce for your favorite Strip Steak.

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11:30
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Episode 1F04UH

Yogurt's not just good for you, it's just plain good. Especially when you make your own. Host Alton Brown shows how easy this miraculous feat really is, then demonstrates plenty of ways to use the Fresh Yogurt up, like in Thousand Island Dressing, Lemon-Ginger Frozen Yogurt, Yogurt Cheese, Herb Spread, or Tarragon Yogurt Sauce.

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12:00
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Episode 101

The fires glow bright in the Carolinas. Roger Mooking visits Skylight Inn, a family-run restaurant in North Carolina that's been serving whole hog-style barbecue for 65 years. In South Carolina, five friends create an extravagant two-day, meat-filled feast called "Bovinova, Barn Yard Burn." Six hundred hungry barbecue lovers come for the surf and turf paella, roasted chickens, roasted lamb, pigs and the main attraction, a whole roasted cow!

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12:30
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Episode 213

Roger Mooking's search for fire and food takes him to Jamaica where Roger makes a beeline for Scotchie's Too, a restaurant famous for cooking jerk over logs set over pits filled with coals. Roger also meets up with local fisherman Dennis Abrahams at Alligator Pond, a beach where boats pull in after fishing to sell their goods. Dennis and Roger start a campfire right on the beach and grill the catch of the day.

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1:00
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Episode 311

Everyone loves sitting in front of a fireplace, but Roger Mooking loves cooking in one: He visits two places in New England that host delicious fireplace feasts. During the winter months, family-run restaurant Salem Cross Inn in West Brookfield, Mass., roasts racks of ribs in front of a scorching indoor fireplace. At Foster's Clambake in York, Maine, a classic New England clambake of lobsters, mussels, clams, corn and potatoes is steamed to perfection in a massive outdoor fireplace.

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1:30
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Episode 312

Roger Mooking meets two people in New England who love to play with fire. In Plymouth, Mass., the backyard of cookbook author and archeologist Paula Marcoux is filled with cooking contraptions inspired by her travels. Roger and Paula build a fire for the German Schwenker Grill and Paula also teaches Roger how to steam mussels with dry pine needles and a hot coal. Roger then visits Brookside Barn and Farm in Uxbridge, Mass., where owner David Adamson rents out do-it-yourself pig roasts kits for anyone interested in a delicious backyard feast.

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2:00
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Episode 313

Richard McCallister of Marksbury Farm Market invites Roger Mooking to his annual spring celebration in Lancaster, Ky. Richard and Roger season a flock of spring chickens and cook them in a 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.

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2:30
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Episode 502

Emeril Lagasse visits South Walton on Florida's Gulf Coast. He discovers the area's diverse cuisine, beautiful beaches and world-class art, finding out why it's described as Florida's preferred getaway. Plus, get a first-hand look at a cutting-edge art technique that attracts visitors to the city. Sun, sand, art, mouthwatering barbecue -- and Emeril's recipe for Chili Shrimp Taco with Jicama Slaw.

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3:00
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Episode 106

Smokers and grills come in all shapes and sizes, but Roger Mooking found two extreme examples. In Grain Valley, Miss., mechanic Bill Rousseau transformed a retired Cessna airplane into a smoker and transports this impressive rig to a local airport and smokes pork butts and ribs and serves them with grilled chicken for guests, including skydivers who "drop in." In Ridgecrest, Calif., Ed McBride Sr. and Ed McBride Jr. weld salvaged metal into pieces of art, including dragons that are working barbecues. They cook up juicy rib eye roasts in the belly of this metal beast.

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3:30
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Episode 0401

In the season premiere of Next Iron Chef: All Stars, 10 chefs are brought to the middle of nowhere and their primal instincts are put to the test. Split into five teams, the chefs are given the most basic tools to build their own cooking stations before creating their Iron Chef-worthy dishes.

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5:00
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Episode 0402

The chefs are brought to Petco Park in San Diego, where host Alton Brown presents their next test: transformation. The chefs are asked to use ingredients they source at the ballpark concession stands to prepare two Iron Chef-worthy interpretations of stadium classics. Transformation is the goal: Which chef takes ballpark foods and transforms them into dishes worthy of Kitchen Stadium?

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6:00
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Episode 0403

An Iron Chef has the ingenuity to see the extraordinary culinary potential in ordinary circumstances and ingredients. In this challenge, the chefs are brought to the Orpheum Theater, where Alton reveals the raw material for the Chairman's Challenge: iconic movie snack bar goodies, including popcorn and all the candy classics. The chefs have 60 minutes to create two dishes that show off their movie snack bar ingredient in the most ingenious way.

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7:00
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Episode 0404

An Iron Chef's ability to improvise is a key to success in Kitchen Stadium. When ingredients on the altar are revealed, combatants in Kitchen Stadium must respond quickly to what the Chairman has thrown at them. Guest comedian Kevin Nealon and the audience at the Improv comedy club in Hollywood throw ingredient suggestions at the chefs -- everything from octopus to marshmallows, perhaps a coconut? Kevin selects a disparate list of ingredients to cook with and the chefs have 45 minutes to improvise an Iron Chef-worthy dish.

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8:00
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Episode 0405

The remaining chefs are brought to Charlie Palmer in New York's Grand Central Terminal for their next test: storytelling. Alton reveals six postcards and hidden on the back of the cards are six iconic New York locations and each chef is assigned a different location. The mission is to create a culinary story based on one of these iconic sites and present how they have each put New York on a plate. Will they incorporate iconic foods like the beloved New York bagel?

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9:00
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Episode 0406

In Kitchen Stadium, chefs must take culinary risks if they are to create the spectacular dishes that dazzle the judges. Alton and the Chairman welcome the five remaining chefs at an empty auction house. In this challenge the chefs bid on ingredients with time; a winning bid comes from the chef who claims they can cook an interesting dish in the least amount of time. Taking a calculated risk and acting on instincts may be more beneficial than playing it safe.

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10:00
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Episode 0407

In this challenge, the chefs must create food for a Hamptons event that reflects the rich seafood bounty of the area. Double-elimination looms while the chefs must focus on finding their "passion" to take a traditional beach cookout to Iron Chef-worthy heights.

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11:00
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Episode 0408

The remaining two chefs walk into Kitchen Stadium to complete their final test: pressure. With the Chairman looking on and host Alton Brown commentating from the sidelines, the final challenge is themed around the winter holidays. Enduring the unpredictability and pressure of Kitchen Stadium will determine who will become the Next Iron Chef.

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12:00
AM
Episode 0405

The remaining chefs are brought to Charlie Palmer in New York's Grand Central Terminal for their next test: storytelling. Alton reveals six postcards and hidden on the back of the cards are six iconic New York locations and each chef is assigned a different location. The mission is to create a culinary story based on one of these iconic sites and present how they have each put New York on a plate. Will they incorporate iconic foods like the beloved New York bagel?

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1:00
AM
Episode 0406

In Kitchen Stadium, chefs must take culinary risks if they are to create the spectacular dishes that dazzle the judges. Alton and the Chairman welcome the five remaining chefs at an empty auction house. In this challenge the chefs bid on ingredients with time; a winning bid comes from the chef who claims they can cook an interesting dish in the least amount of time. Taking a calculated risk and acting on instincts may be more beneficial than playing it safe.

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2:00
AM
Episode 0407

In this challenge, the chefs must create food for a Hamptons event that reflects the rich seafood bounty of the area. Double-elimination looms while the chefs must focus on finding their "passion" to take a traditional beach cookout to Iron Chef-worthy heights.

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3:00
AM
Episode 0408

The remaining two chefs walk into Kitchen Stadium to complete their final test: pressure. With the Chairman looking on and host Alton Brown commentating from the sidelines, the final challenge is themed around the winter holidays. Enduring the unpredictability and pressure of Kitchen Stadium will determine who will become the Next Iron Chef.

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