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Tuesday, Jun 20

7:00
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Episode 102

Ching packs up her cleaver and heads to Farmington Hills, Michigan to save failing family restaurant New Mandarin Garden. There Ching takes on bickering brothers Gary and Jerry Che, as they work together to revamp this outdated Chinese restaurant and bring it into the 21st century. Can the brothers get along long enough to make the restaurant a success? Only time will tell.

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8:00
AM
Episode 107F

In Hong Kong, Ching-He Huang discovers a pancake eatery called Stack and learns how to make Pork Collar Pancake and Runny Honey Stack. Later she learns the secret to making Har Gau Shrimp Dumplings, and also samples some gigantic Cantonese Vanilla Sponge Muffins.

8:30
AM
Episode 108F

Chef Antonio Coelho owns Antonio's, a Macau institution serving up the best Portuguese food. With one Michelin star, this chef loves to serenade and entertain his guests. He cooks Ching-He Huang his signature Seafood Cataplana and Grilled Sardines.

9:00
AM
Episode 109F

Ching-He Huang checks out Tskiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan, the biggest fish market in the world. She then heads to a popular sushi joint, Sushi Kuni, found just off the market, to get a masterclass from Owner/Chef Yoshimitsu Kokuba.

9:30
AM
Episode 110F

Ching-He Huang discovers a Sichuan restaurant that's mad about spice, packing fiery heat and big flavors. Cooking with Head Chef Wai, Ching makes Emperor's Chilli Prawns and Crispy Spicy Beef. Later she tries Spicy Crab at a popular local dive.

10:00
AM
Episode 507F

With the Mediterranean Sea lapping all around the coast of Italy, seafood is a huge part of Italian cooking. Today, Giada's cooking up a menu of Prosciutto-Wrapped Scallops, Crab and Ricotta Cannelloni, Sea Bass Alla Fiorentina and a Halibut and Chickpea Salad that's sure to turn even the strictest landlubber into a seafood fan.

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10:30
AM
Episode 503F

Grilling is an age-old art form in Italian cooking. Giada De Laurentiis is going to show you how they do it in Italy with clean cuts of meat and fresh citrus flavors. A Saffron Orzo is the luxurious bed for a mixed grill of meats and vegetables with a Grilled Mixed Fruit dessert and a delicious Tiziano to drink.

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11:00
AM
Episode 311F

Giada De Laurentiis shows you how to turn a typical summer barbecue into a fancy feast with some simple and easy alternatives to your traditional barbecue menu. Recipes include Chicken or Steak with Balsamic BBQ Sauce, Roman Summer Salad, Tri-Colore Orzo and Amaretto and Raspberry Smoothie.

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11:30
AM
Episode 505F

Summer is the perfect time to eat on the beach and tonight Giada De Laurentiis is entertaining in style with a sunset beach party. She's serving up a menu of light summer favorites (Salmon with Lemon, Capers and Rosemary; Farfalle with Broccoli and Watermelon and Cantaloupe Salad with Mint Vinaigrette) perfect for soaking in the warm weather.

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12:00
PM
12:30
PM
Episode 510

We're visiting hot spots around the country that are literally spicing it up in the kitchen. From dishes that will set your mouth on fire to plates with just enough heat to make your eyes water, find out why people keep coming back for more.

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1:00
PM
Episode 105

When it comes to Spanish cuisine, Bobby's a true aficionado. He starts off his brunch menu like most Spaniards do -- a Cafe Con Leche with Spiced Sugar Churros and Chocolate Dipping Sauce. The main event features a flavorful Piperrada along with Patatas Bravas With a Roasted Tomato Aioli. And to get this fiesta rockin' he finishes with a refreshing Sangria Sunrise.

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1:30
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Episode 303

Bobby Flay creates a brunch menu in the style of Italian trattorias -- casual with plenty of family-style dishes! First up, some decadent Cinnamon Mascarpone Pancakes With Warm Morello Cherries and Hazelnuts. He's also making a Frittata With Cherry Tomatoes, Sausage, Arugula and Ricotta and serving it with a side of Rosemary Home Fries With Pancetta, Parmesan and Parsley. And to toast a wonderful meal, he'll pour a citrus and mint cocktail he calls a Citronata.

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2:00
PM
Episode 207

Bobby makes a British-inspired brunch fit for royalty. Tea sandwiches take center stage with Bobby's Open Faced Egg Salad Sandwiches topped with Crab and Poppy Seeds on Pumpernickel Bread. A light and refreshing Watercress, Cucumber and Smoked Salmon Salad also makes the cut. To add a little something sweet, Bobby makes Crumpets With Whipped Butter and Orange-Blueberry Marmalade. And finally, Bobby's fresh Strawberries filled With Clotted Cream.

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2:30
PM
Episode 507

Chef Bobby Flay showcases his Irish pride in this festive and colorful brunch menu including a Bangers and Egg Sandwich With Irish Cheddar and Tomato Jam, Irish-Style Potato Pancakes With Mustard-Chive Creme Fraiche and Smoked Salmon, Toasted Oats With Honey and Whiskey Cream and a Homemade Irish Cream to finish it all off.

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3:00
PM
Episode 302

Today it's all about Roger Mooking's favorite animal, the pig. He's hamming it up at some of the country's best suppliers of pork. Roger heads to Edwards near historic Jamestown, Va., to visit Sam Edwards, a third-generation "ham master" who pays tribute to old world Europe with his cured, smoked and aged country hams. Roger also stops by Benton's delicious Smoky Mountain Country Hams in Madisonville, Tenn., where Allan Benton has turned the dry curing of ham and bacon into a culinary art.

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3:30
PM
Episode 303

Roger Mooking heads to North and South Carolina to visit a couple of old school restaurants that have upheld a long tradition of mouthwatering barbecue for several generations. At Sweatman's in Holly Hill, S.C., whole hogs are cooked low and slow and then pulled and chopped into juicy, meaty perfection. In North Carolina, Roger visits Stamey's Barbecue in Greensboro for their Lexington-style barbecue. Succulent pork shoulders are chopped and piled high on a bun, kissed with vinegar sauce and crowned with slaw.

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4:00
PM
Episode 304

Mexican food is a favorite of Roger Mooking because of its complex, earthy flavors and tradition of cooking over a wood fire. Roger meets Chef Johnny Hernandez in San Antonio, and cooks regional Mexican dishes in the ultimate outdoor kitchen.

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4:30
PM
Episode 305

Texas is famous for American barbecue, but today Roger Mooking is making his way through the Lone Star state for live-fire Latin American cooking and to savor the flavors of smoked European-style sausages. Class is in session at the Culinary Institute of America in San Antonio and Roger gets a lesson in preparing Mexican-style short ribs cooked in the ground. Elgin is a town famous for their German-style sausages and Roger visits Meyer's and helps prepare thousands of twice smoked sausages.

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5:00
PM
Episode 306

Roger Mooking searches the Gulf States for tasty artisanal foods kissed with smoke and fire that deliver big flavors. In Austin, a family roasts coffee the old fashioned way -- small batches over a roaring fire. Roger savors a cup and also learns how they use coffee in Texas barbecue. Then it's off to LaPlace, La., for amazing Andouille sausages, smoked sausages and tasso. Roger tastes these Louisiana treats in some New Orleans classics.

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5:30
PM
Episode 307

Roger Mooking heads to the heart of New Mexico where cooking with fire is taken to new culinary heights with mud and steel. Roger visits Comida de Campos in Embudo, a farm and cooking school where delicious feasts are cooked in cone-shaped clay ovens, where he helps cook pork shoulder. In Bosque, Roger fires up three steel discos and one large jara for two New Mexican pork dishes: carne adovada and carnitas.

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6:00
PM
Episode 308

Roger Mooking cruises through central California for two spectacular, meat-filled cookouts. This area is home to many vineyards, but Paso de Record Vineyard in San Miguel has piqued Roger's interest. The vineyard hosts wine release parties for its customers and serves barbecue prepared in a deep pit built in the picture-perfect property. In Santa Barbara, Roger visits a local caterer famous for creating an Argentine Asado.

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6:30
PM
Episode 309

Roger Mooking visits the West Coast for two unique wood-fired roasts. Roger heads to Sloughhouse to visit Passmore Ranch, a freshwater, sustainable fish farm, where Roger is challenged to catch a 6ft white sturgeon-by hand! The catch of the day is then stuffed with aromatics and roasted over a large bed of coals. Roger is on the hunt for Santa Maria-style barbecue and heads to the Santa Maria Elks Lodge. In the legendary BBQ Room, Roger helps build a fire in the massive pit and seasons and skewers big hunks of beef.

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7:00
PM
Episode 205

Roger Mooking heads to Northern California for two spectacular wood-fired Mediterranean seafood feasts. In Napa Valley, the Steltzner family is famous for their wines and their towering outdoor oven called the Infiernillo. Roger helps encase whole fish, potatoes and onions in salt before they're baked in the enormous oven. In Tomales Bay, caterer Tom Meckfessel prepares a delicious surf-and-turf Spanish-inspired paella over a wood fire right on the water. Roger harvests local clams for the paella with John Finger, owner of Hog Island Oyster Farm.

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7:30
PM
Episode 206

Roger Mooking meets two chefs celebrating South American grilling styles in northern California. At Farmstead Restaurant in St. Helena, Chef Stephen Barber built a "live fire" cook area, for Argentinian Asado, where Roger and Stephen slow cook spring lamb. In Healdsburg, Roger and Mateo Granados, chef of Mateo's Cocina Latina, build an outdoor oven out of bricks and cinder blocks. Marinated whole ducks, pork loins and leg of lamb are placed onto large Brazilian skewers and cooked on top of the oven.

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8:00
PM
Episode 406

Roger Mooking's on the hunt for lip-smacking barbecue ribs. In Hattiesburg, Miss., Leatha's Bar-b-cue Inn seasons their pork and beef ribs with a mysterious marinade, cooks them in an unusual upright smoker, and finishes them with a top secret barbecue sauce. Roger learns how to make these Southern-style ribs from Brian Jackson, a third generation pit master. And at Hometown Bar-B-Que in New York, Brooklyn native Billy Durney gives his ribs an ethnic spin. The Jerk Baby Back Ribs are seasoned with the earthy, spicy flavors of Jamaica, while the Sticky Korean ribs are glossed with a sweet and savory Asian glaze, and then topped with cashews and scallions.

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8:30
PM
Episode 407

Roger Mooking is in Southern California for two unbelievable backyard blowouts. Roger meets Chef Ben Ford in Tarzana for a unique California-style clambake, using an old wine barrel as the cooking vessel for clams, mussels, Dungeness crabs, artichokes, corn, potatoes and onions. In Chula Vista, Roger meets Francisco "Paco" Perez for traditional Mexican barbacoa which is whole lamb cooked in the ground, low and slow. Together they preheat an underground brick pit with a wood fire, and then season the lamb with a bright red chili marinade before covering it with dried avocado and fresh maguey leaves and cooking it in the pit overnight.

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9:00
PM
Episode 604H

Roger meets a pit master with a PhD who cooks Carolina-style whole hog barbecue in Louisiana. Dr. Howard Conyers is an engineer for NASA by day, but a pit master at night, on weekends, and every moment in between. His family has been cooking whole hogs for generations and he is preserving a time-honored tradition, taking the pig out of the rig and right into the ground. Roger and Howard break out the heavy machinery and flex their muscles to dig out a pit, and build a raging fire in a towering burn barrel.

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9:30
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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10:00
PM
Episode 205

Brooklyn pitmaster Shannon Ambrosio is heading west to take on twin sisters Jocelyn and Jacalyn of Twins Smoke House BBQ in Long Beach, Calif. to a double trouble barbecue brawl! Since this battle is on the west coast, the ingredients need to be fresh-- straight from the sea!

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10:30
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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11:00
PM
Episode 1402

If you own a grill, sooner or later you're going to put some chicken on it -- it's inevitable. And odds are good you won't be happy with the results, unless of course you watch Alton Brown prepare Ring of Fire Grilled Chicken.

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11:30
PM
Episode 0903

Alton Brown shows that with the right ingredients, the right skewers, the right heat and the right mindset, kabobs still have a role to play in the modern culinary carnival, making Spicy Beef Kebabs and Vanilla Lime Pineapple Skewers.

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12:00
AM
Episode 406

Roger Mooking's on the hunt for lip-smacking barbecue ribs. In Hattiesburg, Miss., Leatha's Bar-b-cue Inn seasons their pork and beef ribs with a mysterious marinade, cooks them in an unusual upright smoker, and finishes them with a top secret barbecue sauce. Roger learns how to make these Southern-style ribs from Brian Jackson, a third generation pit master. And at Hometown Bar-B-Que in New York, Brooklyn native Billy Durney gives his ribs an ethnic spin. The Jerk Baby Back Ribs are seasoned with the earthy, spicy flavors of Jamaica, while the Sticky Korean ribs are glossed with a sweet and savory Asian glaze, and then topped with cashews and scallions.

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12:30
AM
Episode 407

Roger Mooking is in Southern California for two unbelievable backyard blowouts. Roger meets Chef Ben Ford in Tarzana for a unique California-style clambake, using an old wine barrel as the cooking vessel for clams, mussels, Dungeness crabs, artichokes, corn, potatoes and onions. In Chula Vista, Roger meets Francisco "Paco" Perez for traditional Mexican barbacoa which is whole lamb cooked in the ground, low and slow. Together they preheat an underground brick pit with a wood fire, and then season the lamb with a bright red chili marinade before covering it with dried avocado and fresh maguey leaves and cooking it in the pit overnight.

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1:00
AM
Episode 604H

Roger meets a pit master with a PhD who cooks Carolina-style whole hog barbecue in Louisiana. Dr. Howard Conyers is an engineer for NASA by day, but a pit master at night, on weekends, and every moment in between. His family has been cooking whole hogs for generations and he is preserving a time-honored tradition, taking the pig out of the rig and right into the ground. Roger and Howard break out the heavy machinery and flex their muscles to dig out a pit, and build a raging fire in a towering burn barrel.

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1:30
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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2:00
AM
Episode 205

Brooklyn pitmaster Shannon Ambrosio is heading west to take on twin sisters Jocelyn and Jacalyn of Twins Smoke House BBQ in Long Beach, Calif. to a double trouble barbecue brawl! Since this battle is on the west coast, the ingredients need to be fresh-- straight from the sea!

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2:30
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?

More About This Episode
3:00
AM
Episode 1402

If you own a grill, sooner or later you're going to put some chicken on it -- it's inevitable. And odds are good you won't be happy with the results, unless of course you watch Alton Brown prepare Ring of Fire Grilled Chicken.

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3:30
AM
Episode 0903

Alton Brown shows that with the right ingredients, the right skewers, the right heat and the right mindset, kabobs still have a role to play in the modern culinary carnival, making Spicy Beef Kebabs and Vanilla Lime Pineapple Skewers.

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