TV Schedule

Friday, Apr 21

7:00
AM
Episode 103

Haylie Duff is heading home to Texas, hanging out in Austin with friends and family, digging into a bacon, egg and pimento cheese sandwich and loaded hash brown bowl, before tasting some award-winning queso. Then she packs her bags, and a savory blue ribbon pie with mushrooms and gruyere cheese, for Texas hill country where she and her cousins compete in a pie competition.

More About This Episode
7:30
AM
Episode 104

Haylie Duff has been invited to New Orleans to guest judge the popular "Burlesque and Babycakes" cake competition. While she's in town, she meets up with her good friend, Jimmy Ruggiero, and the two check out their old haunt Pirates Alley Cafe and grab some NOLA classics at The Mosquito Supper Club. Before the competition kicks off, the two go on an oyster boat adventure on the bayou, where Haylie whips up a Banh Mi Shrimp Po' Boy.

8:00
AM
Episode 105

Haylie Duff is heading to Denver for the first time to visit her production company's headquarters and shoot promos for her new show. She checks out the Mile High City's food scene, including cowboy burgers and fried chicken bao buns, before meeting up with her friend, actress Beverley Mitchell, for scoops of honey almond and mint chocolate chip ice cream. Haylie whips up Bison Barbacoa Tacos for her production crew before jetting back to LA.

More About This Episode
8:30
AM
Episode 106

Haylie Duff is headed to Las Vegas with her friend, Nikki Erwin, for the Trisha Yearwood concert. And better than a backstage pass, Haylie scores a live broadcast appearance with Trisha the morning after the concert. Before the night kicks off, Haylie meets up with her friend, Larry, for sandwiches and cocktail, and makes a stop for a one-of-a-kind candy apple dessert. The morning after the concert, Haylie wakes up extra early to cook up Huevos Shakshuka to deliver to Trisha for breakfast!

More About This Episode
9:00
AM
Episode 107

Haylie Duff travels to New York for a guest appearance on the Food Network show The Kitchen. While in the city, Haylie meets her friend Eden Grinshpan to check out a Peruvian restaurant that's getting a lot of hype. Then she heads over to Brooklyn, where she checks out a delicious Korean barbecue spot with Chef Deuki Hong. The next day, Haylie learns about the "original" sloppy joe sandwich before heading to the set of The Kitchen, where she cooks up her Open-Faced Baguette with Brie and Port-Soaked Cherries.

More About This Episode
9:30
AM
Episode 108

It's Duff vs. Duff, in a playful food smackdown between Haylie Duff and Duff Goldman! The two take to the LA County Fair where food chaos and trouble are on the menu.

More About This Episode
10:00
AM
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.

More About This Episode
10:30
AM
Episode 101

Philadelphia is good at starting things, revolutions and new forms of government, as well as culinary uprisings large and small. On Walnut Street, Chuck Hughes discovers Pickled Watermelon and Poutine topped with Fried Eggs at Square Peg and Veggie and traditional Meatballs at Marabella Meatball Co. Chuck then takes a walk to nearby Middle Eastern restaurant Zahav for a Hanger Steak on a bed of Baba Ghanoush and discovers one of the secret ingredients for the gelato at Capogiro Gelato that will make your head spin.

More About This Episode
11:00
AM
Episode 102

New Orleans is a big delicious gumbo, and on Magazine Street, Chuck Hughes tastes a spicy melange of diverse influences. He starts with a crawfish pie straight from the bayou served up at Tee Eva's Pralines & Pecans, then gets a lesson in Creole roux at Ignatius. Up next, Chuck indulges his sweet tooth and penchant for hot sauce at the grocery store, Breaux Mart. Chuck gets a taste of a paneed Mississippi Rabbit sandwich at La Petite Grocery and then tries his hand at pulling taffy at a Roman Candy Company's roadside attraction.

More About This Episode
11:30
AM
Episode 103

Memphis is on the bucket list for most music lovers, but it's also a mecca for food. Chuck gets a taste of rock-n-roll with peanut butter and banana pancakes cooked in a wood-fired pizza oven at Rock-n-Dough Pizza Co. Then, he experiences a nutty treat that's been popular since 1929 at The Nut Shoppe, along with soulful barbecue with a Memphis pitmaster at Rendezvous Rib Shipping. And no trip to Memphis is complete without fried catfish with the Queen of Southern cuisine at Felicia Suzanne's.

More About This Episode
12:00
PM
Episode 104

The "foodiest small town in America" has a lot to brag about. Portland, Maine, is where the ocean meets the farm, and Chuck tastes it all, including an underappreciated fish that gets its moment to shine in a delicate Pollock stew at Farmer's Table. Chuck also experiences the best sticky buns outside Paris at Standard Baking, along with a smoked lamb inspired by Italy at Vignola Cinque Terre and a fresh, steamed lobster that Chuck catches himself at Three Sons Lobster & Fish.

More About This Episode
12:30
PM
Episode 105

In the crazy collision of cultures and personalities that is San Francisco, all kinds of food trends come bubbling up into the national consciousness. And there's no better part of town to see that happen than the Mission District. In the City by the Bay, Chuck gets a tasty lesson in gi-normous burritos, as well as Latino history and culture, from local expert, Jaime Maldonado, and snacks on decadent pork belly donuts at favorite hang-out, The Sycamore. Then, he's off to Foreign Cinema to enjoy pan-seared halibut, butter beans and avant-garde film with Chef Kevin Davidson. Finally, Chuck dishes out Chicken Fried Soul sandwiches at Jason Fordley's late-night, pop-up kitchen, Soul Groove.

More About This Episode
1:00
PM
Episode 106

In cold remote Alaska, the views are amazing as the food. Chuck heads to Fourth Avenue in Anchorage to sample local favorites like traditional Russian dumplings called pelmenis and reindeer sausage (sorry Santa!). After Chuck goes fishing for salmon, Chef Reuben Gerber applies exceptional creativity to the native ingredient, pan-searing the fish with an orange gastrique high above the city in the Crow's Nest restaurant. Finally, Chuck enjoys a sweet rhubarb and strawberry popsicle from Kaity Reiley's vintage bike equipped with a cooler side car, called PopCycle. Even in summer the goodness of Alaska is best enjoyed frozen!

More About This Episode
1:30
PM
Episode 307

These days, Birmingham, Ala., is known for great cooking, especially in the historic neighborhood of Five Points South. Chuck starts his foray into Southern cooking at Highlands Bar and Grill, where the chef/owner, Frank Stitt, treats Chuck to his signature dish of baked grits with parmesan-thyme sauce, wild mushrooms and country ham. Next, Chef Jan Moon shows Chuck how to make ice cream sandwiches with oatmeal cookies at her food truck, Dreamcakes. At the French-inspired Chez Fonfon, Chef Adam Grusin prepares a kale and egg salad tartine after playing the quick game of boule. Chef James Boyce showcases Gulf seafood at Veranda on Highland, where he and Chuck prepare a crab, avocado and blood orange salad. Last, Chuck stops at Melt, a food truck where Paget Pizitz and Joey Dickerson make over 25 different grilled cheese sandwiches, including the Black and Blue featuring steak and blue cheese.

More About This Episode
2:00
PM
Episode 308

Nashville will always be known as Music City, but 8th Avenue is center stage for the artists whose instruments are skillets and stoves. Chuck starts with the fiery soul food favorite called hot chicken at Bolton's Spicy Chicken and Fish where Bolton and Dollye Matthews firmly believe that the dish will perk you up and cure your sinus problems. At the restaurant called Flyte, Chef Matthew Lackey celebrates Tennessee produce with seasonal cooking, like fresh radish, carrot and onion grilled alongside local, organic steak. Next, Chuck stops in at Eighth & Roast where Lesa Wood and her highly trained baristas have perfected the art of coffee. Finally, at Bella Nashville, chef/owners Dave Cuomo and Emma Berkey not only show Chuck how to make artisanal pizza with heirloom grains and 15-year old starter, they also treat him to a concert by their folk band.

More About This Episode
2:30
PM
Episode 309

Chuck is in Lafayette, the cultural capital of Louisian's Cajun country, where he visits chefs both young and old who are spicing up Pinhook Road with new points of view. At Jolie's Louisiana Bistro, Chef Greg Doucet fries up fried fish heads and teaches Chuck about the difference between Creole and Cajun heritage. Bread & Circus Provisions is where Chef Manny Augello's mad charcuterie skills lead Chuck to chow down on a bowl of ramen with miso broth, pork rib and pickled quail egg. At Cafe Vermilionville, Chef Pat Waters elevates a school lunch classic with a PB&J that uses brioche, seared foie gras, cashew butter and pepper jelly. Last, Chuck goes mudbugging for real, live crawdads and Jeff Hernandez and his crew at Krazy Klaws teach Chuck how to wash, boil, season and eat the little critters.

More About This Episode
3:00
PM
Episode 201

A pastry chef from Tucson, a PhD from Toronto and a donut savant from St. Louis compete in a speedy elimination round with jelly beans as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Vegas-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
3:30
PM
Episode 202

A diner gal from Connecticut, an executive chef from Toronto and a vintage vixen from Minneapolis compete in a speedy elimination round with tomato juice as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Zombie-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
4:00
PM
Episode 203

A film noir nerd from Grand Rapids, Michigan, a diner maven from Windsor, Ontario, and a local food evangelist from Nyack, N.Y., compete in a speedy elimination round with barbecue ribs as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Chinatown-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
4:30
PM
Episode 104

Donut-makers Maria from Georgia, Ron from California and pastry chef Kristen from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Fire and Ice" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

More About This Episode
5:00
PM
Episode 105

Donut-makers Dan from Brooklyn, Shannon from Washington and Amanda from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Land of the Rising Sun" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

More About This Episode
5:30
PM
Episode 106

Donut-makers Dawn from Minneapolis, Del from Washington and pastry chef Michelle from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Good Morning!" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

More About This Episode
6:00
PM
Episode 107

Donut-makers Robert from Florida, Carrie from Albuquerque and pastry chef Josie from Montreal compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Carnival" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

More About This Episode
6:30
PM
Episode 208

A fun-loving pastry chef from Montreal, a U.S. Army Officer from Atlanta and a pastry scion from Oakland compete in a speedy elimination round with cheese puffs as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Hollywood-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
7:00
PM
Episode 209

An executive pastry chef from Atlanta, a punk princess from Albuquerque and an experimental restaurant owner from Cayuga, Ontario, compete in a speedy elimination round with peppermint patties as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Royalty-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
7:30
PM
Episode 210

An artisanal foodie from Toronto, a donut-maker's mom from Charleston, S.C., and the owner of a cop-themed shop from Clare, Mich., compete in a speedy elimination round with candy apples as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Shipwreck-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
8:00
PM
Episode 0907

Alton Brown investigates the ins and outs of ordering, eating, shopping for and even making basic sushi. With plenty of history thrown in, Alton offers recipes for Sushi Rice and California Rolls.

More About This Episode
8:30
PM
Episode 1307

The ingredients for that beguiling Japanese concoction, miso soup, may seem a bit unusual until host Alton Brown demystifies them and explores the wonders of the Japanese pantry. Recipes include: Glazed Bonito Flakes, Miso Soup, Tsuyu Sauce, Easy Tofu Dressing, Dashi and Miso Honey Glazed Fish.

More About This Episode
9:00
PM
Episode 1408

Host Alton Brown takes on the most mythic, magical, but often times monstrous form of frying known to modern man -- Tempura, with Soy Ginger Dipping Sauce.

More About This Episode
9:30
PM
Episode 1H05UH

The humble wonton skin may look exotic but it's also the most versatile pasta you can invite into your kitchen. Join Alton Brown as he stuffs, folds, fries, steams and bakes up a mess of good eats (Perfect Potstickers, Pear Walnut Wontons, Vegetarian Steamed Dumplings) out of this Chinese restaurant standard.

More About This Episode
10:00
PM
Episode 0920

When his trip to Thailand is cancelled at the last minute, Alton Brown sets out to find the next best thing -- food. Namely, a proper Pad Thai. Learn the basics of a good stir fry and what to do with some out of the ordinary ingredients.

More About This Episode
10:30
PM
Episode 1422

Host Alton Brown investigates the culinary possibilities of Asian Noodles. Dishes include Thai Shrimp Spring Rolls, Dan Dan Noodles and Ants in Trees.

More About This Episode
11:00
PM
Episode SP01

Alton Brown journeys back through more than 12 years of culinary battles to present the greatest victories, thrilling upsets, and world-changing dishes that have made Iron Chef America the legend that it is. And, as the new Chairman, he prepares the kitchen for the newest chapter with the fiercest competitors: Iron Chef Gauntlet.

More About This Episode
12:00
AM
Episode 0907

Alton Brown investigates the ins and outs of ordering, eating, shopping for and even making basic sushi. With plenty of history thrown in, Alton offers recipes for Sushi Rice and California Rolls.

More About This Episode
12:30
AM
Episode 1307

The ingredients for that beguiling Japanese concoction, miso soup, may seem a bit unusual until host Alton Brown demystifies them and explores the wonders of the Japanese pantry. Recipes include: Glazed Bonito Flakes, Miso Soup, Tsuyu Sauce, Easy Tofu Dressing, Dashi and Miso Honey Glazed Fish.

More About This Episode
1:00
AM
Episode 1408

Host Alton Brown takes on the most mythic, magical, but often times monstrous form of frying known to modern man -- Tempura, with Soy Ginger Dipping Sauce.

More About This Episode
1:30
AM
Episode 1H05UH

The humble wonton skin may look exotic but it's also the most versatile pasta you can invite into your kitchen. Join Alton Brown as he stuffs, folds, fries, steams and bakes up a mess of good eats (Perfect Potstickers, Pear Walnut Wontons, Vegetarian Steamed Dumplings) out of this Chinese restaurant standard.

More About This Episode
2:00
AM
Episode 0920

When his trip to Thailand is cancelled at the last minute, Alton Brown sets out to find the next best thing -- food. Namely, a proper Pad Thai. Learn the basics of a good stir fry and what to do with some out of the ordinary ingredients.

More About This Episode
2:30
AM
Episode 1422

Host Alton Brown investigates the culinary possibilities of Asian Noodles. Dishes include Thai Shrimp Spring Rolls, Dan Dan Noodles and Ants in Trees.

More About This Episode
3:00
AM
Episode SP01

Alton Brown journeys back through more than 12 years of culinary battles to present the greatest victories, thrilling upsets, and world-changing dishes that have made Iron Chef America the legend that it is. And, as the new Chairman, he prepares the kitchen for the newest chapter with the fiercest competitors: Iron Chef Gauntlet.

More About This Episode

Friday, Apr 21

On TV

Pizza Masters

7:30am | 6:30c

Pizza Masters

8:30am | 7:30c

Sugar Showdown

9:30am | 8:30c

Sugar Showdown

10:30am | 9:30c

Unique Sweets

11am | 10c

Unique Sweets

11:30am | 10:30c

Unique Sweets

12pm | 11c

Unique Sweets

12:30pm | 11:30c

Unique Sweets

1pm | 12c

Unique Sweets

1:30pm | 12:30c

Good Eats

2pm | 1c

Good Eats

2:30pm | 1:30c

Unwrapped 2.0

3:30pm | 2:30c

Choccywoccydoodah

4:30pm | 3:30c
7pm | 6c
On Tonight
On Tonight
8pm | 7c
9pm | 8c
10pm | 9c
11pm | 10c
12am | 11c
1am | 12c
2am | 1c
3am | 2c
What's Hot
What's Hot

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

New Episodes Sundays 8|7c

So Much Pretty Food Here