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Tuesday, Jun 6

7:00
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Episode 101

Bal Arneson hires her friend Kevin to build a custom set of spice shelves in her kitchen. She's worried Kevin won't finish in time for a dinner party she's hosting. In an effort to speed up the construction she makes Kevin a spice-infused steak for lunch that will hopefully light a fire under his butt. Looking to escape the "construction zone," Bal surprises her kids Aaron and Anoop with a trip to a local park. The kids have fun, but Anoop was hoping for something a little more adventurous. Bal cooks up a plan to give Anoop the adventure and excitement she craves and takes her bungee jumping! But Bal's bright idea may turn out to be a little too adventurous when both Bal and Anoop have some serious reservations about taking the leap.

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7:30
AM
Episode 102

While preparing a healthy veggie omelette breakfast for her kids, Bal Arneson comes up with a creative way to breathe new life into some tired greens and wilted herbs. During breakfast, Bal's daughter, Anoop, reminds her that maybe now is the time to finally start that vegetable and herb garden she always talks about. Bal agrees and puts a plan in motion. All it takes is one garden expert, a lamb chop lunch, a landscaping crew and Bal at the helm of a backhoe to get it done. To celebrate the harvest of her beautiful new garden Bal throws an amazing garden party dinner using the fresh produce from her garden.

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8:00
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Episode 103

Things get a little heated over a Blueberry Whole Wheat Pancake breakfast when Anoop gives Bal a hard time about her old run-down car. Bal's mechanic proposes a plan to enter the car in the local demolition derby. Bal thinks it's a crazy idea, but agrees! While the mechanics get her car ready for the derby, Bal cooks them up some Cheeseburgers with Mushrooms and Onions and Cumin-Spiced Grilled Corn on the Cob. The night before the derby, Bal is really nervous about driving. A dinner of Sable Fish seasoned with garam masala will hopefully give her the strength to get behind the wheel and smash some cars!

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8:30
AM
Episode 104

Bal Arneson plans a family fishing trip and reveals the plan to her kids over a breakfast of homemade scones with a fresh Chai Berry Sauce. The kids are excited, but soon find out you not only need patience for fishing but also for the long journey to get to the fishing spot. Luckily, Bal is always prepared and to keep everyone's energy up she packs a satisfying lunch of Sweet Potatoes Samosas with Mango Chutney. After a long day on the river, Bal does what she knows best, cook up a delicious dinner of Coconut Milk Poached Spice Smoked Salmon for the family.

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9:00
AM
Episode 105

Bal Arneson has got a surprise planned for her kids and tells them about it over a back to nature breakfast of homemade granola with yogurt and fresh berries. The surprise -- a camping trip into the beautiful mountains near their home. After breakfast they pack up the car and hit the road. Bal has got hiking and swimming planned, but always looking to spice things up, she also takes the kids ziplining. In between all the activities, Bal still manages to cook up some amazing campfire meals, including a fire roasted veggie chili and spice rubbed rotisserie chicken. Lots of fun, some delicious food and a gorgeous setting make this camping trip an unforgettable family experience.

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9:30
AM
Episode 106

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So Bal Arneson makes a power breakfast of stuffed French Toast with a fresh cherry salsa to prepare for an active day. Over breakfast, Bal tells her kids she's going indoor rock climbing. Anoop gives her mom a hard time telling her "indoor" rock climbing isn't that hard. Bal throws down the gauntlet, and tells Anoop if she thinks it's so easy then she should come along and give it a try. Anoop accepts the challenge! The indoor climbing goes so well that their instructor feels they're good enough to give outdoor climbing a shot. The duo confidently agree, but fear starts to grow once the decision settles in. To give them strength and courage for the outdoor climb, Bal makes a spice infused grilled chicken breast with risotto. Before they leave for the adventure, Bal whips up some steak wraps for lunch on top of the mountain. Now there's only one thing left to do -- get to the summit!

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10:00
AM
Episode 101F

Giada de Laurentiis will show you some new twists on dishes that can come from your trusty grill using some of her favorite Italian flavors. On the menu: Grilled Tuscan Steak with Fried Egg and Goat Cheese, Arugula Salad with Grilled Fruit, Italian Flatbread with Fontina and Prosciutto, and Grilled Panettone with Strawberry Ice Cream and Almonds.

10:30
AM
Episode 314F

Giada De Laurentiis brings some appetizers and finger foods to a friend's poolside cocktail party: Focaccia Lobster Rolls, Pecorino Crackers, Avocado and Papaya Salad and Ice Caffe Latte.

11:00
AM
Episode 401F

Giada De Laurentiis cooks a light and healthy lunch for her girlfriends, with Conchiglie with Clams and Mussels, Tuscan Salad, Grapefruit Zabaglione Over Mixed Berries and Blissini.

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11:30
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Episode 313F

Inspired by her Italian island visits, Giada De Laurentiis shows you recipes for Ravioli Caprese, Mushroom and Pecorino Salad and Fregola Salad with Fresh Citrus and Red Onion.

12:00
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12:30
PM
Episode 506

We tour the Big Apple, dipping into eateries that are perfect for you and that special someone. Whether it's a first date or the tenth, a budding romance or the finale to a steamy weekend, these are the romantic hot spots to put in your little black book.

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1:00
PM
Episode 106

Bobby creates a brunch menu that would make New Orleans proud. To start, he'll mix up a Spiked Iced Chicory Coffee that will make your taste buds think you're sipping it on Bourbon Street. And no trip to the Big Easy is complete without a few Beignets. Bobby pairs this perfect brunch snack with a Homemade Blackberry Jam. Then Bobby gives a NOLA twist to a classic Eggs Benedict, with his Poached Eggs, Tasso Ham and Griddled Tomato With Cajun Hollandaise on English Muffins.

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1:30
PM
Episode 311

Bobby Flay pays tribute to America's tastiest block with a brunch honoring Bourbon Street! He starts with some crispy Fried Green Tomatoes With Shrimp Remoulade. Up next, French Toast topped with Bananas Foster. A Bourbon Street brunch would not be complete without some coffee, so Bobby makes an icy cold Coffee Milk Punch.

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2:00
PM
Episode 310

Bobby Flay shows a little love for an often overlooked culinary destination -- the Pacific Northwest! On today's brunch menu: Smoked Salmon and Scallion Scramble With Whole Grain Toast and Homemade Goat Cheese Butter; Wild Mushroom-Yukon Gold Hash; irresistible Blackberry-Hazelnut Sticky Buns and a Coconut Chai Tea Latte.

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2:30
PM
Episode 513

Chef Bobby Flay takes a little inspiration from his hometown to create a versatile and delicious "Big Apple" brunch. His apple-themed menu features irresistable Apple Cider Donuts, Apple Sauce Parfaits with Yogurt and Crispy Quinoa, Eggs Benedict with Apple Sausage and Mustard Hollandaise and a smooth Apple Comfort to drink. How do you like them apples, for brunch?

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3:00
PM
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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3:30
PM
Episode 102

Roger Mooking takes a trip to Charleston, S.C., to visit the Big Red Rig, a bright red, double-decker, thirty-foot trailer tricked out with two massive smokers cooking traditional pulled pork, ribs and chicken for barbecue competitions across the country. Then, Bone-in Artisan BBQ in Columbia, S.C., is a hugely popular food truck pushing the limits on taste and technique, as well as the definition of South Carolina-style barbecue.

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4:00
PM
Episode 103

Roger Mooking visits two chefs from Texas who love to play with smoke and fire in their restaurants and in their backyards. By day, Tom Spaulding serves classic Texas-style barbecue at his restaurant Live Oak. But for special occasions, Tom builds a grill out of cinder blocks and a metal sheet and grate for a South American parilla-style spread. At Chicken Scratch restaurant in Dallas, Tim Byres spins spice-rubbed chickens from his unique wood-burning rotisserie. But in the middle of his vegetable garden, Tim has dug a deep hole and lined it with bricks to make delicious Mexican Lamb Barbacoa inside and Pork Carnitas on top.

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4:30
PM
Episode 104

Roger Mooking explores cowboy cooking deep in the heart of Texas, where Sandra Julian preserves the tradition of cowboy cuisine in her rustic chuck wagon. She cooks up her famous chicken fried steak over an open fire and bakes peach cobbler in a cast iron Dutch oven. In California, the Righetti family continues to fan the flames of Santa Maria-style barbecue in their restaurant and in their backyard. Metal skewers lined with thirty pounds of spiced rubbed-top sirloins are grilled to juicy perfection and served with traditional pinquito bean salad and strawberry pies.

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5:00
PM
Episode 105

In Lexington, Texas, folks line up early on Saturday mornings for Snow's BBQ. 77-year-old Tootsie Tomanetz is a custodian worker at a local school during the week, but a serious pit master on Friday nights. Roger Mooking clocks in a night shift to help this pitmaster, her son and the owner prepare hundreds of pounds of brisket, ribs, pork and chicken. In Pacifica, Calif., Hawaiian-style barbecue is prepared right on the coast. Roger helps pit master Darin Petersen wrap a whole pig in taro and ti leaves and lowers it into a deep pit to cook low and slow over a bed of hot lava rocks.

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5:30
PM
Episode 108

At Ned Ludd An American Craft Kitchen restaurant in Portland, Ore., chef Jason French loves to prepare food in his wood-fired oven and outdoor smoker so much that he doesn't even have a gas stove. Jason takes Roger Mooking to Big Table Farm in Gaston where his friends built a smoker out of a sea buoy. Chickens and pork belly are smoked for a sunset feast in the middle of the farm. In Iowa City, chef Kurt Friese hosts "Lambapalooza," whole lamb cooked on a rotisserie he built in his backyard. Lamb from a local farm is stuffed with aromatics and cooked throughout the day and potatoes harvested that morning are baked directly in the coals.

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6:00
PM
Episode 109

The best place to celebrate the foods of summer is The Place, located in Guilford, Conn. The kitchen for this roadside eatery is an outdoor grill, fueled by slabs of local wood. Brothers Vaughn and Gary Knowles take Roger Mooking to the lumberyard for wood and the docks for fresh-caught lobsters and clams for a breathtaking wood-fired New England seafood feast. In Olympia, Wash., the Nisqually Tribe teaches Roger two traditional ways of preparing seafood.

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6:30
PM
Episode 201

Roger Mooking's first visit to the 50th state promises big fires and big feasts. Right off of Nimitz Highway in Honolulu is family-run restaurant Koala Moa, famous for whole chickens roasted over fire. Roger and owner Chris Shimabukuro burn wood pallets and unopened bags of charcoal in a thirty-five foot rotisserie trailer and cook up over 100 seasoned chickens. At Ma'O Organic Farms in Wai-anae, Roger meets local chef Bob McGee who roasts half a cow over a custom-built metal grill.

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7:00
PM
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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7:30
PM
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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8:00
PM
Episode SP2

Roger Mooking is travelling cross-country celebrating the art of pit cooking. In Michigan, Roger meets up with Andy Shundlich of Epicure Catering, helping cook a classic Italian pig roast in his brick-lined pit. In Texas, Roger gets a lip-smacking lesson in short ribs, Latin-American deep pit BBQ-style. In Hawaii, Roger joins the local community in preparing a whole pig and salmon using a traditional underground oven called an imu. Finally, in Massachusetts, Roger checks out a beautiful backyard pit where he'll help prepare whole goat and all the fixings for the ultimate tacos.

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9:00
PM
Episode 602H

Roger Mooking heads to the Liberty Kitchen in Houston, where Chef Lance Fegen has built a monster wood-fired Argentinian grill. Roger and Lance prepare a traditional Balinese pig roast by spit-roasting it over bold mesquite coals and coconut shells. They complete their tropical feast with Mexican pork asado tacos made on an edible rig. Next Roger heads to Hickory Nut Gap Farm in Fairview, N.C., where Executive Chef Nate Sloan hooks Roger up with a fire-roasted farm feast. They prepare porchetta, stuffing the center cut of a pig with spicy Italian sausage and lush kale pesto, roll it up into cylinder, and spin it on a rotisserie over a bed of hot coals. They also roast spring onions and place them over heirloom grits cooked in a coal-fueled cauldron.

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9:30
PM
Episode 507

In North Bend, Ore., Chef Roger Mooking meets up with Don Ivy, Chief of the Coquille Tribe. Roger and Don roast a school of salmon for a traditional tribal feast. In Los Angeles, Roger visits Andy Ricker, chef/owner of Pok Pok La, who shares the secrets to his famous whole roasted chicken.

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10:00
PM
Episode 204

Brooklyn pitmaster Shannon Ambrosio is heading to Kansas City, Mo. to challenge local pitmasters Brandon and Cordell Simpson of Jazzy B's. Missouri is all about their beef, so this is going to be a beef brawl, but with beer for an added twist! Will putting his Brooklyn spin on traditional southern barbecue be enough to make him the reigning champ in Kansas City?

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10:30
PM
Episode 207

Brooklyn pitmaster, Shannon Ambrosio is heading to Phoenix to challenge local favorites Pork on a Fork BBQ to a serious smokin' sausage showdown! If Shannon wants to smoke the competition in this battle, he'll have to find some inspiration from the local flavors.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1115

An American classic is revisited when host Alton Brown makes everybody's favorite, Super Apple Pie.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1104

Is it possible to make great cake with coconut from a can? Should you even try? Host Alton Brown wants to know and he's willing to crack open as many nuts as it takes to make a slice of paradise on a plate. With recipes for Coconut Milk and Cream, Coconut Extract and Coconut Cake with 7-Minute Frosting.

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12:00
AM
Episode SP2

Roger Mooking is travelling cross-country celebrating the art of pit cooking. In Michigan, Roger meets up with Andy Shundlich of Epicure Catering, helping cook a classic Italian pig roast in his brick-lined pit. In Texas, Roger gets a lip-smacking lesson in short ribs, Latin-American deep pit BBQ-style. In Hawaii, Roger joins the local community in preparing a whole pig and salmon using a traditional underground oven called an imu. Finally, in Massachusetts, Roger checks out a beautiful backyard pit where he'll help prepare whole goat and all the fixings for the ultimate tacos.

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1:00
AM
Episode 602H

Roger Mooking heads to the Liberty Kitchen in Houston, where Chef Lance Fegen has built a monster wood-fired Argentinian grill. Roger and Lance prepare a traditional Balinese pig roast by spit-roasting it over bold mesquite coals and coconut shells. They complete their tropical feast with Mexican pork asado tacos made on an edible rig. Next Roger heads to Hickory Nut Gap Farm in Fairview, N.C., where Executive Chef Nate Sloan hooks Roger up with a fire-roasted farm feast. They prepare porchetta, stuffing the center cut of a pig with spicy Italian sausage and lush kale pesto, roll it up into cylinder, and spin it on a rotisserie over a bed of hot coals. They also roast spring onions and place them over heirloom grits cooked in a coal-fueled cauldron.

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1:30
AM
Episode 507

In North Bend, Ore., Chef Roger Mooking meets up with Don Ivy, Chief of the Coquille Tribe. Roger and Don roast a school of salmon for a traditional tribal feast. In Los Angeles, Roger visits Andy Ricker, chef/owner of Pok Pok La, who shares the secrets to his famous whole roasted chicken.

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2:00
AM
Episode 204

Brooklyn pitmaster Shannon Ambrosio is heading to Kansas City, Mo. to challenge local pitmasters Brandon and Cordell Simpson of Jazzy B's. Missouri is all about their beef, so this is going to be a beef brawl, but with beer for an added twist! Will putting his Brooklyn spin on traditional southern barbecue be enough to make him the reigning champ in Kansas City?

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2:30
AM
Episode 207

Brooklyn pitmaster, Shannon Ambrosio is heading to Phoenix to challenge local favorites Pork on a Fork BBQ to a serious smokin' sausage showdown! If Shannon wants to smoke the competition in this battle, he'll have to find some inspiration from the local flavors.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1115

An American classic is revisited when host Alton Brown makes everybody's favorite, Super Apple Pie.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1104

Is it possible to make great cake with coconut from a can? Should you even try? Host Alton Brown wants to know and he's willing to crack open as many nuts as it takes to make a slice of paradise on a plate. With recipes for Coconut Milk and Cream, Coconut Extract and Coconut Cake with 7-Minute Frosting.

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