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Tuesday, Jun 13

7:00
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Episode 101

Lorraine Pascale is a brand new talent in the kitchen and she's shaking up baking in this first episode of her new series, Simply Baking. The show kicks off with a feat of baking engineering, Parmesan and poppy seed lollipops that are actually one of the simplest and fastest things you can bake. Then it's time for some insider know how as Lorraine goes through her baker's dozen of essentials kit. Then back to the kitchen for Soda Bread - no kneading, no rising, no effort - fresh bread doesn't get easier than this. Even classic French patisserie gets the easy treatment. Lorraine's Blueberry and Lemon Millefeuille are totally divine and full of incredible shortcuts. She's sharing her basic recipe for shortcrust pastry, which makes a fantastic case for a stunning Fig, Cream Cheese and Mint Tart. If you want to impress with baking, look no further than the "I Can't Believe You Made That!" Cake, It's chocolaty, stunning to look at, heavenly to eat and of course, so easy.

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7:30
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Episode 102

Lorraine Pascale is back in the kitchen and this time it's all about speed baking. First up two super fast canapes, Totally Lazy Mini Sausage Rolls and sun-dried Tomato and Rosemary Palmiers, and here's the secret: they're both made with shop-bought puff pastry with absolutely no guilt. Lorraine's confessing to a life-long love affair with brownies and whipping up a quick time version, Cookies and Cream Fudge Brownies. Then it's off to Paris for inspiration. Even French-style patisserie can be made fast; Skinny Tarts are glamorous, easy on the waistline and easy on the clock. And finally it's delicious Camembert and Roasted Garlic. When it's speed you need, baking is definitely the way to go.

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8:00
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Episode 103

It's time to bring baking up to date as Lorraine Pascale takes on the classics. Baked pasta gets the Lorraine treatment; Glam Mac and Cheese is the perfect combination of oven comfort and pure indulgence. And she's got an easy recipe for a true modern classic, Focaccia. Finally, Spiced Blackberry, Pear and Apple Pavlova is Lorraine's modern take on that all time favorite dessert.

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8:30
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Episode 104

Want stress-free and easy ideas for entertaining? Lorraine's got the answer. Take her Whiskey and Chilli Tiger Prawns; they're baked in the oven and ready in less than 30 minutes. A dinner party favourite gets the easy treatment, creamy Mascarpone and Ginger Creme Brulee is delicious and deeply satisfying. Lorraine's got the makings of a very chilled evening with Big Fat Salt and Pepper Breadsticks - perfect with tasty dips and a glass of wine. And a basic recipe for fabulous shortbread, great for sharing - or not! Time for a real savoury showstopper, Sticky Glazed Asian Ham always goes down a storm. So sit back and let the oven do the work - who said entertaining wasn't easy?

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9:00
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Episode 105

If you want to impress with baking, Lorraine's got it covered. First a beautiful Tomato and Basil Tarte Tatin that is both simple and stunning. Classic French bread gets a Spanish make over with chorizo and thyme fougasse. Lorraine's unlocking the secrets to an amazing three-tier red velvet cake. It may sound scary, but with Lorraine's professional know-how it really is baking made easy.

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9:30
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Episode 106

When you have the time, why not indulge in a little leisurely baking? Especially when Lorraine has recipes to relax over. First Pumpkin and Rosemary Muffins which are good for breakfast, lunch, or any time at all. Macaroons may look unbelievably difficult to make, but really, they're just posh meringues, and Lorraine has a recipe to make them with ease. There's no denying it's quicker to order a pizza than to make one, but when you've got a bit of time, why not give it a go? Lorraine shares her fantastic recipe for basic pizza dough, and then incredible ideas to make your topping extra special: prosciutto, fig and mozzarella. Now that's got to be better than a take away.

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10:00
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Episode 504F

Giada De Laurentiis is packing a picnic lunch to surprise her husband at work. An extra-special Penne with Beef and Arugula, Parmesan Poppers, irresistible Almond Blueberry Cookies and a fruity Iced Tea with Grenadine make for an easy, satisfying and portable picnic meal.

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10:30
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Episode 307F

Giada De Laurentiis welcomes in the bikini season with these light summer dishes: Roasted Halibut with Grapefruit Fennel Salsa; Whole-Wheat Linguine with Green Beans, Ricotta and Lemon; Shaved Carrot and Pear Salad with Curry Vinaigrette and Mixed Berries with Limoncello.

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11:00
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Episode 105F

Giada De Laurentiis has spent a lot of time traveling around the world, so today she's created some dishes (Polenta Crusted Shrimp with Mustard and Herb Mayonnaise, Goat Cheese and Sun Dried Tomato Profiteroles with Herb Oil and Lemon Hazelnut Tiramisu) that bring home the luxury of staying at a hotel.

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11:30
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Episode 511F

Giada De Laurentiis has a delicious and filling vegetarian Italian meal that's so hearty you won't even miss the meat. On the menu: Veronica's Veggie Meatloaf with Checca Sauce, Baked Penne with Roasted Vegetables and Mushroom Parmesan.

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12:00
PM
Episode 507

We travel across the country to taste our way across the globe. From New York to Las Vegas, we meet chefs who are creating extraordinary dishes that make you feel as though you've traveled to another continent.

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12:30
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Episode 508

Spend 36 hours in Houston with us for a unique culinary tour of the most innovative restaurants. Whether it's big Texas beef plates or spicy Tex-Mex mashups, this is a feast that will have you booking your ticket to the Lone Star State right away.

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1:00
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Episode 413

To celebrate the festivities and holidays of the season, Chef Bobby Flay prepares a delicious brunch spread that's perfect for any family gathering at springtime. He's inspired by Hot Cross Buns to make Spiced Raisin Pancakes With Rum-Raisin Cream Cheese Glaze and re-imagines a holiday staple with his Ham and Cheddar Pie served with Mixed Greens tossed in Apricot Vinaigrette. He also celebrates the colors of spring with an Everything Hash Brown Cake With Pickled Red Onions and Green Onion Creme Fraiche. And to drink, he's mixing up colorful Carrot and Orange Mimosas.

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1:30
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Episode 308

Bobby Flay takes a "stay-cation" to the tropics in this Island-inspired brunch. He uses the brightest and boldest flavors in his Jerk Pork Belly and Sweet Potato Hash With Fried Eggs, Coconut Waffles With Chocolate Maple Syrup and Bananas and a Tropical Fruit Salad With Ginger Syrup. And to make it really feel like a tropical vacation, he'll shake up some Grapefruit Mojitos.

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2:30
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Episode 301

Bobby Flay is craving a taste of South Beach with this brunch menu. He's making a Spanish Tortilla With Chorizo, Piquillo Peppers and Garrotxa Cheese and serving Yucca Hash Browns With Bacon, Onion and Lime-Cilantro Mojo on the side. And it wouldn't be a South Beach brunch without a drink, so today Bobby's mixing up a Mojito Champagne Cocktail.

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3:00
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Episode 202

Hawaii island Oahu is known as the "gathering place," and Roger Mooking is invited to two community gatherings abundant with local foods. On the east side of the island, local chef Mark "Gooch" Noguchi teaches Roger how to prepare a traditional Hawaiian imu. At the farmer's market located at Kapiolani Community College, Roger meets Scott Shibuya who smokes meats with guava and kiawe woods, in a smoker he built out of an Air Force cargo container, an airplane food cart and a computer fan.

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3:30
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Episode 203

Charleston, S.C., is one of America's top dining destinations, but for traditional whole hog barbecue and low-country oyster roasts, Roger Mooking leaves the city and heads into the country. In, Hemingway, Roger meets pit master Rodney Scott at Scott's Bar-B-Q, whose smoke-filled pit room can cook up to fourteen hogs. Then in fishing town McClellanville, Roger meets Oliver Thames who invented a unique oyster roaster, where local cluster oysters are piled over a metal sheet positioned over a firebox and blankets of wet burlap rest on top to help the oysters steam open.

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4:00
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Episode 209

Roger Mooking heads to Texas and Louisiana to feast on classic Cajun cooking. In small town Mamou, La., there's a big time smokehouse filled with five hundred pounds of Southern smoked favorites. Roger helps owner T-Boy fill the room with sausages, tasso, ribs and jerky. A selection of smoked meats is then stirred into a pot of T-Boy's famous red beans and served over white rice. In College Station, Texas, a professor originally from Louisiana has transformed a shed into a smoker in order to make Cochon de Lait, a Cajun pig roast.

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4:30
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Episode 210

Roger Mooking travels across Massachusetts to meet two chefs who are putting a brand new spin on fire-roasted, rotisserie chicken. In Great Barrington, Roger visits The Meat Market, where their mobile kitchen is a collection of metal contraptions fueled by wood burning fires, but the one that captures Roger's attention suspends a flock of chickens around a barrel of fire. On Martha's Vineyard, Roger visits Beetlebung Farm where a young farmer serves a New England feast inside a greenhouse.

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5:00
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Episode 211

Roger Mooking visits New England for two unique food traditions that celebrate family, friends and the community. On the first Saturday of June, the Rotary Club of Essex in Connecticut roasts three hundred pounds of fish that are nailed onto oak boards with strips of salt pork and cooked around a ring of coals for the annual Shad Bake. In Western Massachusetts, Roger meets Neftali Duran who dug a giant hole in his backyard and lined it with stones and bricks to cook goat barbacoa, a classic dish from his hometown Oaxaca, Mexico. Whole cuts of goat are rubbed down with spicy Mexican flavors, wrapped in avocado and maguey leaves and steamed over a pot filled with cracked corn and water to create a side dish called Masita.

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5:30
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Episode 212

In Maine, the love for lobsters runs deep. Roger Mooking visits two places where piles of lobsters are cooked in the coolest wood-fired cookers. In Searsport, a campground is home to a magnificent outdoor kitchen where the Maine event is a feast of lobsters, steamers, mussels and corn cooked in seaweed. In Trenton, a family-run lobster pound boils thousands of pounds of lobsters in pots of boiling seawater set over a wood fire. Roger gets a lesson in cracking lobsters like a true Mainer and helps prepare a classic lobster salad sandwich.

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6:00
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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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6:30
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Episode 301

Roger Mooking loves a great barbecue sandwich. He heads to The Barbecue Exchange for two sinfully delicious sandwiches -- one is called Heaven and the other Hell and both are packed with pulled pork and bacon. Then it's off to Papa KayJoe's BBQ in Centerville, Tenn., where pork, pickles, slaw and hot sauce are sandwiched between crispy corn cakes.

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7:00
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Episode 110

Three times a year, Mark Skudlarek fires his three-chamber kiln at Cambridge Pottery in Cambridge, Wis., borrowing some of the kiln's coals to place them in an outdoor wood-fired oven and in the grill for a celebratory feast, and Roger Mooking is there to taste the goods from the custom-designed earthenware bakers. In Deadwood, Ore., a couple turned a metal barrel into an everyday, outside oven. They invite Roger to pick produce from their bountiful garden and help prepare their favorite family recipes.

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7:30
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Episode 204

Roger Mooking heads to Napa Valley, Calif., for two unique pig roasts. In St. Helena, chef John Fink is famous for his portable Cuban Pig roasts. Over a custom built oven, a whole pig is butterflied and seasoned with mojo and slow-roasted over wood coals. In Calistoga, Roger meets Todd Spanier to feast on a whole pig that's stuffed with truffles and trumpet mushrooms, then roasted over a rotisserie that his grandfather constructed in the 1970s.

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8:00
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Episode 404

Roger Mooking is loading up on the best brisket, pork steaks and sausages that Texas has to offer. Ronnie's BBQ in Johnson City attracts locals and barbecue aficionados. Roger helps pit master Ronnie Weiershausen smoke brisket, pork steaks and sausages. Ronnie's wife Cindy teaches Roger how they combine all three meats for a one-of-a-kind breakfast treat. At the Pecan Lodge restaurant in Dallas, dynamic duo Justin and Diane Fourton smoke some of the best barbecue in town. Roger and Justin fire up the smokers and cook brisket and pork shoulders that are seasoned with a sensational spice rub. Back at the restaurant, Roger and Diane assemble a popular sandwich packed with brisket, pulled pork, sausages and then topped with coleslaw, jalapenos and barbecue sauce.

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8:30
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Episode 405

Roger Mooking visits two chefs in Texas who created the craziest cooking contraptions and prove that everything's bigger in Texas. Chef Johnny Hernandez designed a massive grill for his restaurant El Machito in San Antonio and it takes fire and food to the extreme. Roger and Johnny skewer every meat imaginable -- chickens, pork and beef sausages, racks of ribs and whole goats. Roger then heads to Vintage Heart Farm in Stockdale to meet Chef John Russ who designed a 7-foot tree made out of stainless steel that can roast food over a wood fire. Roger and John fill the tree with quails and sausages for an outdoor feast.

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9:00
PM
Episode 603H

Barbecue is in the blood at two family-run institutions where the dedication for perfecting smoked meats spans decades. Burns Original BBQ in Houston, is the definition of a family business. Grandpa Roy Burns started cooking barbecue in 1973 on the side to help support his NINE children. Four decades later, over a dozen family members continue to keep the flames burning and the meat smoking. Roger is welcomed into the family and the pit room with open arms. He learns the ropes of East Texas style 'cue - tender chopped brisket, pork ribs that fall off the bone, and football-sized loaded bbq baked potatoes. Next, Roger heads to Poche's Market and Restaurant, which has been a one-stop shop for smoked meats in Breaux Bridge L.A. since 1962. Owner Floyd Poche gives Roger a sampling of their legendary 'cue. Pork ribs, pork steaks, sausages and whole chickens get rubbed down with spicy cajun seasoning before getting loaded into their 40 year old wood-fired smoker.

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9:30
PM
Episode 601H

Roger Mooking gets schooled by two pit masters changing the barbecue game in Charleston, S.C. Carolina-style barbecue is all about pork and Rodney Scott is the whole hog boss. Roger checks out Rodney's impressive new pit room where whole hogs get cooked low and slow. Rodney then hits the hogs with his secret "come back" seasoning and splashes of tangy vinegar sauce. Next, Roger heads to Lewis Barbecue where Texas pit master John Lewis is beefing up Charleston's Tex-Mex options. Roger and John pile up a plate of brisket nachos. Then they roll up a loaded pulled pork burrito smothered and smothered in green chili and peppers blasted in a roaster with shooting flames!

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10:00
PM
Episode 202

Brooklyn pitmaster Shannon Ambrosio is crossing Arkansas state lines into Little Rock for his next barbecue challenge, pig on a stick. When the locals want great barbecue, they head straight to Southern Gourmasian. If Shannon wants to stick it to his competitors, he'll have to find some inspiration from the local flavors.

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10:30
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Episode 201

Brooklyn pitmaster Shannon Ambrosio is heading to Memphis to challenge local barbecue favorite, Jessie B's, to a Southern-style barbecue showdown! Since Jessie and Shannon both have boxing backgrounds, this brawl is going to be all about a boxing staple, steak and eggs. Shannon may be the barbecue king up north, but he's going to need to find some inspiration from the local flavors to reign triumphant.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1415

Chicken pot pie is a medieval classic that's fallen into disrepair recently, due in large part to our willingness to let factories do the baking for us. Join host Alton Brown as he looks at three different ways to fix this sad state: Medieval Game Hen Pot Pie, Chicken Biscuit Pot Pie and Individual Chicken Pot Pie with Puff Pastry.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1318

Host Alton Brown takes on the classic American soup that divides the country, and his family. He makes Chicken and Dropped Dumplings and Chicken and Rolled Dumplings.

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12:00
AM
Episode 404

Roger Mooking is loading up on the best brisket, pork steaks and sausages that Texas has to offer. Ronnie's BBQ in Johnson City attracts locals and barbecue aficionados. Roger helps pit master Ronnie Weiershausen smoke brisket, pork steaks and sausages. Ronnie's wife Cindy teaches Roger how they combine all three meats for a one-of-a-kind breakfast treat. At the Pecan Lodge restaurant in Dallas, dynamic duo Justin and Diane Fourton smoke some of the best barbecue in town. Roger and Justin fire up the smokers and cook brisket and pork shoulders that are seasoned with a sensational spice rub. Back at the restaurant, Roger and Diane assemble a popular sandwich packed with brisket, pulled pork, sausages and then topped with coleslaw, jalapenos and barbecue sauce.

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12:30
AM
Episode 405

Roger Mooking visits two chefs in Texas who created the craziest cooking contraptions and prove that everything's bigger in Texas. Chef Johnny Hernandez designed a massive grill for his restaurant El Machito in San Antonio and it takes fire and food to the extreme. Roger and Johnny skewer every meat imaginable -- chickens, pork and beef sausages, racks of ribs and whole goats. Roger then heads to Vintage Heart Farm in Stockdale to meet Chef John Russ who designed a 7-foot tree made out of stainless steel that can roast food over a wood fire. Roger and John fill the tree with quails and sausages for an outdoor feast.

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1:00
AM
Episode 603H

Barbecue is in the blood at two family-run institutions where the dedication for perfecting smoked meats spans decades. Burns Original BBQ in Houston, is the definition of a family business. Grandpa Roy Burns started cooking barbecue in 1973 on the side to help support his NINE children. Four decades later, over a dozen family members continue to keep the flames burning and the meat smoking. Roger is welcomed into the family and the pit room with open arms. He learns the ropes of East Texas style 'cue - tender chopped brisket, pork ribs that fall off the bone, and football-sized loaded bbq baked potatoes. Next, Roger heads to Poche's Market and Restaurant, which has been a one-stop shop for smoked meats in Breaux Bridge L.A. since 1962. Owner Floyd Poche gives Roger a sampling of their legendary 'cue. Pork ribs, pork steaks, sausages and whole chickens get rubbed down with spicy cajun seasoning before getting loaded into their 40 year old wood-fired smoker.

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1:30
AM
Episode 601H

Roger Mooking gets schooled by two pit masters changing the barbecue game in Charleston, S.C. Carolina-style barbecue is all about pork and Rodney Scott is the whole hog boss. Roger checks out Rodney's impressive new pit room where whole hogs get cooked low and slow. Rodney then hits the hogs with his secret "come back" seasoning and splashes of tangy vinegar sauce. Next, Roger heads to Lewis Barbecue where Texas pit master John Lewis is beefing up Charleston's Tex-Mex options. Roger and John pile up a plate of brisket nachos. Then they roll up a loaded pulled pork burrito smothered and smothered in green chili and peppers blasted in a roaster with shooting flames!

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2:00
AM
Episode 202

Brooklyn pitmaster Shannon Ambrosio is crossing Arkansas state lines into Little Rock for his next barbecue challenge, pig on a stick. When the locals want great barbecue, they head straight to Southern Gourmasian. If Shannon wants to stick it to his competitors, he'll have to find some inspiration from the local flavors.

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2:30
AM
Episode 201

Brooklyn pitmaster Shannon Ambrosio is heading to Memphis to challenge local barbecue favorite, Jessie B's, to a Southern-style barbecue showdown! Since Jessie and Shannon both have boxing backgrounds, this brawl is going to be all about a boxing staple, steak and eggs. Shannon may be the barbecue king up north, but he's going to need to find some inspiration from the local flavors to reign triumphant.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1415

Chicken pot pie is a medieval classic that's fallen into disrepair recently, due in large part to our willingness to let factories do the baking for us. Join host Alton Brown as he looks at three different ways to fix this sad state: Medieval Game Hen Pot Pie, Chicken Biscuit Pot Pie and Individual Chicken Pot Pie with Puff Pastry.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1318

Host Alton Brown takes on the classic American soup that divides the country, and his family. He makes Chicken and Dropped Dumplings and Chicken and Rolled Dumplings.

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