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Monday, Sep 25

7:00
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Episode 209

Tiffani Thiessen is reeling in Seth Green and his lovely wife, Clare Grant, for some fun at the fair! Tiffani's not clowning around when it comes to her homemade Corn Dogs with a crispy battered crust, scrumptious Hamburger Sliders on Pretzel Buns, and finger-licking Sweet Po-Tater Tots. Then, Tiffani brings out the showstopper, homemade Plum-Cherry Ice Pops with a special Champagne twist.

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7:30
AM
Episode 207

Tiffani Thiessen plans a special Texas-style birthday bash for her husband, Brady. The party kicks off with a juicy, fall-off-the-bone Brisket. On the side are a fresh and flavorful Corn Salad with jicama and lime, and her mom's sweet and savory Baked Beans. Then to bring it on home, a Naked Carrot Cake that's not shy on flavor!

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8:00
AM
Episode 308

Tiffani Thiessen hosts a PJ party for her friends Bree Turner and Marla Sokoloff, serving up her favorite morning dishes at night. Savory Potato Pancakes and Sausage and Goat Cheese Egg Casserole are real crowd pleasers, and she kicks things up with a spicy Bloody Mary with Maple Bacon. For dessert, a Yogurt Blini Bar with all the sweet fixings.

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8:30
AM
Episode 307

Tiffani Thiessen transports Sara Rue and Ross Mathews to a French cafe with a menu inspired by her time spent in Paris. On the menu, a croque monsieur-inspired grilled cheese, with crispy Frites and Homemade Aioli, perfectly balanced by a Butter Lettuce Salad tossed in Homemade Mustard Vinaigrette. It wouldn't be a French bistro experience without Tiffani's Chocolate Mousse with Hazelnut Whipped Cream.

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9:00
AM
Episode 305

Bobby Flay's making it easy to entertain for brunch with a menu of European-inspired small bites that are sure to please any crowd! His tasty brunch includes Calabrian Scrambled Eggs with Jalapeno Pesto Bruschetta, Buckwheat Crepes With Ham, Gruyere and Caramelized Onions and Mini Pumpkin Churros with a silky smooth Chocolate-Espresso Dipping Sauce.

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9:30
AM
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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10:30
AM
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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11:00
AM
Episode 604F

Clinton Street Baking Company owners, Neil Kleinberg and DeDe Lahman, are stars due to their award winning blueberry pancakes and maple butter. They are also winning the praises of loyal customers who eagerly wait on hour-long lines just to get a taste. Neil and DeDe's flapjacks may have some sweet street buzz, but will they stack up against Bobby's?

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11:30
AM
Episode 603F

Though the "Casserole Queens" of Austin, Texas, Sandy Pollock and Crystal Oakes, have only been open two years, the have garnered national media attention with their kitschy take on classic oven dishes. Not only have they updated casseroles from your childhood, but they deliver the meals dressed as 1950s homemakers -- talk about old school! Bobby and the Throwdown team will have to make a pot pie with a little bit of soul if they want to beat out the Queens' world famous casserole!

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12:00
PM
Episode 606F

As a young boy growing up in Georgia, Joe Barnett always loved his mom's shrimp and grits. Today, with his own spin on this southern favorite, Joe is cleaning up at amateur cook-offs. At the Jekyll Island Shrimp and Grits Festival, he won best in show in 2006 and for the last three years, his dish has won the People's Choice Award. A custom drapery designer by day, Joe spends his free time in the kitchen, perfecting his award winning shrimp and grits. Joe thinks he is being featured on a Food Network series called "COOK-OFF KINGS": a show that spotlights America's blue ribbon winners in regional cooking competitions. For this Throwdown, Bobby will take his Bar Americain shrimp and grits dish and win the hearts of the small town of Washington, Georgia. That's 4,000 people rooted in good old fashioned shrimp and grits to one big city recipe.

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12:30
PM
Episode 608F

Born and raised in Harlem New York, Aliyyah Baylor knows what it means to keep history and tradition alive. She's been slicing up her family's German Chocolate Cake at Harlem's "Make My Cake" for over 20 years. Aliyyah prides herself on splitting time between her successful neighborhood bakeries, and passing on her family baking secrets to her children. Even with famous clients and media notoriety, Aliyyah is able to keep her business and her German Chocolate Cake true to her family beginnings. Bobby will really have to pull out all the sweet stops if he wants to best this baking buff on this episode of Throwdown.

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1:00
PM
Episode 612F

Bob Olguin knows his chiles. He should; New Mexican cuisine is in his blood -- he owns and operates the restaurant his father started in honor of his grandfather. So, it's no surprise his Green Chile Cheeseburger was ranked number 7 on GQ's National Top-20 Burger List. Bob's restaurant, Manny's Buckhorn Tavern, started by dishing up New Mexican favorites to locals but now caters to visitors from far and wide, and the praises keep on coming -- especially for his famed Green Chile Cheeseburger. So the question is: can Bob's burger beat the heat that Bobby brings down to New Mexico on this episode of Throwdown?

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1:30
PM
Episode 607F

Raleigh's Ed Mitchell prides himself on using authentic North Carolina flavors at his restaurant, "The Pit." Ed is a BBQ purist with the ribs to prove it. Whether its East or West, he knows his ribs are the best. Ed strives to keep North Carolina's culinary traditions alive, and even with all the media buzz, he still makes sure to keep his food down home and locally grown. But can he take the heat and grill up a winning plate when the Pitmaster is challenged by the Grillmaster on this episode of Throwdown?

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2:00
PM
Episode 1304

Although usually considered an Italian dish, spaghetti with meat sauce proves to be an American classic as host Alton Brown explores its origins.

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2:30
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Episode 1417

If lasagna (the noodle) is the most comforting ingredient of all time, then lasagna (the casserole) must be the most comforting dish of all time. Problem is, most American lasagnas deliver more consternation than comfort. Join host Alton Brown as he puts lasagna back in its place, with Slow Cooker Lasagna and Lasagna Noodle Kugel.

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3:00
PM
Episode 205

Noah Cappe goes coastal at the Louisiana Crawfish Festival. From Crawfish Cakes to Oyster Rolls, to a pair of classic carnival desserts, this festival covers all the bases from seafood to sweets. Then it's off to Porterville, California where they've got a uniquely savory funnel cake, deep fried pizza and an Inside Out Pineapple Upside Down Cake on a stick makes this event a fork-free food frenzy.

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3:30
PM
Episode 401

Noah Cappe hits the Big Butler Fair in Prospect, Pa., where he tears into the Conevore, filled to the brim with smoked brisket, pork and chicken. Then, Noah feels the fire with the Ragin' Cajun Hoagie before sampling a Fried Fruit Tart and Big Banana Pop. The folks at the San Mateo County Fair in California have a grand slam with the World Series Burger, then Noah gets wrapped up in a Chile Relleno Burrito and celebrates with Birthday Cake Popcorn Balls.

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4:00
PM
Episode 315

Host Noah Cappe dives into some of the cheesiest dishes featured on Carnival Eats, both savory and sweet. There's Deep Fried Mac and Cheese at the Calgary Stampede in Canada, Cowboy Pistolettes in Texas, Classic Cheese Curds in Wisconsin, and an insane bacon-covered New York Cheesecakes.

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4:30
PM
Episode 316

Host Noah Cappe visits festivals and fairs across the country in search of frankly delicious dogs. From a crab dip smothered dog in Maryland, to a cheesy, spicy Chile Relleno Dog in California and dessert dogs covered in whipped cream and chocolate, it's time to "ketchup" with your family's favorites in this Carnival Eats special episode.

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5:00
PM
Episode 411

Noah Cappe heads to Vancouver to sample some amazing eats, like the truly Canadian Poutine Stuffed Burger, Shrimp Fried Rice Balls, Jerk Chicken Dumplings, and the Donuccino, a meal and a milkshake all in one. Later, Noah seeks out the main attractions at the Fryeburg Fair in Maine, where he finds heaven with the Pig Pile in Paradise and eats local favorites like a Lobster Roll and Maine Blueberry Crepes.

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5:30
PM
Episode 412

Noah Cappe knows Dela-where to find amazing fresh seafood, the Delaware State Fair in Harrington! He starts with the Shrimp Dog, then feels some soul with the Crabtastic Po' Boy. He also samples a local Delaware classic with the Apple Scrapple Burger before feeding his sweet tooth with a beer-battered Deep Fried Key Lime Pie. From there, Noah heads to the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix for the Chili Pie Burger, a Deep Fried Tamale, and a massive desert dessert: the Cinnamonster.

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6:00
PM
Episode 404F

Flavorful tender brisket, mouth-watering corned beef, an incredible Rueben with a twist, and a torpedo-sized hoagie. These are just a few of the foods Duff, Alton Brown, Claire Robinson, Ted Allen and others say are The Best Thing I Ever Ate ... At A Deli.

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6:30
PM
Episode 410F

No one's getting kissed after this! Duff, Melissa d'Arabian, Alex Guarnaschelli and others reveal the dishes they love most with garlic. Whether it's in a burger called The Plague Bringer or served up with delicious juicy shrimp, made into a soup, or turned into a sausage ... one thing is certain: there is nothing more versatile, more delicious, more aromatic than garlic!

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7:00
PM
Episode 406FUH

They're flourless, red and velvety, filled with cream, layered with chocolate, covered in frosting, sweet and fluffy, savory and delicious ... they're CAKES! Ted Allen, Alton Brown, Giada, and Tyler Florence agree on one thing ... it's not easy to walk away from these incredible cakes!

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7:30
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Episode 407F

No knives and forks required for these dishes! Like Drunken Noodles smothered with delicious sauce, succulent king crab in a crispy tempura batter, crispy shredded tender beef. These are just a few of the foods Giada, Duff, Alton and others say are The Best Thing They Ever Ate ... With Chopsticks.

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8:00
PM
Episode 702H

We're in New England, the birthplace of the American Revolution, for some of our favorite food. From Bostonian classics like the Boston cream pie, to sticky buns that'll sway your loyalties, we're taking you on a tour of the best that New England has to offer. Whether it's for the Szechuan sliced fish in Chinatown or the ultimate roast chicken in Cambridge, when it comes to revolutionary food, you're going to want to put New England on your bucket list.

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8:30
PM
Episode 409F

They're indulgent, they're over-the-top, they're insanely delicious. We're talkin' heavenly tagliatelle pasta showered with white truffles, a banana split that's off the charts, decadent chocolate cake, succulent juicy pot roast and more. Giada, Wolfgang, Duff and Tyler admit these dishes are just plain CRAZY good.

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9:00
PM
Episode 507FUH

They say everything gets better with age, and these restaurants are no exception! Tyler Florence, Michael Symon and Alex Guarnaschelli are just a few of the Food Network stars igniting our taste buds with their favorite "old school" dishes -- including classic Oysters Rockefeller, the original Chopped Salad and a historic double burger that eclipses all others.

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9:30
PM
Episode 511FUH

Alton Brown, Gail Simmons, Alex Guarnaschelli and others are throwin' down the cutlery and reaching for their best ever finger foods -- from roasted toasted ravioli and crispy fried pickles to sacrilegious but oh so delicious bacon wrapped Matzo Balls!

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10:00
PM
Episode 509FUH

Bon Apetit! We take a Tour de America for ooey gooey cheesy Raclette, velvety fig laced Foie Gras and a delicious caramelized cake made with crepes and cream! These are just a few of the French dishes Alton Brown, Claire Robinson, Ming Tsai and others say are "magnifique!"

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10:30
PM
Episode 510FUH

Truffled egg toast, Reuben Egg Rolls, Foot High Lemon Meringue Pie and Strawberry Souffle are just a few of the EGGstraordinary dishes Gail Simmons, Alton Brown, Robert Irvine and others are EGGcited to talk about in this EGGceptional episode of The Best Thing I Ever Ate!

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11:00
PM
Episode 1B02UH

Alton Brown loves cheese as much as anyone. See what fondue has to do with football, make the best grilled cheese sandwich you have ever had and see why cheese is milk's leap to immortality. Recipes include: Broiled Chokes, Fondue Vudu and Big Cheese Squeeze.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1G17UH

From better croutons to your basic breakfast shingle, toast is an example of good eats that could usually be a whole lot better. Alton Brown takes on Bruschetta, French Toast and Welsh Rarebit.

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12:00
AM
Episode 702H

We're in New England, the birthplace of the American Revolution, for some of our favorite food. From Bostonian classics like the Boston cream pie, to sticky buns that'll sway your loyalties, we're taking you on a tour of the best that New England has to offer. Whether it's for the Szechuan sliced fish in Chinatown or the ultimate roast chicken in Cambridge, when it comes to revolutionary food, you're going to want to put New England on your bucket list.

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12:30
AM
Episode 409F

They're indulgent, they're over-the-top, they're insanely delicious. We're talkin' heavenly tagliatelle pasta showered with white truffles, a banana split that's off the charts, decadent chocolate cake, succulent juicy pot roast and more. Giada, Wolfgang, Duff and Tyler admit these dishes are just plain CRAZY good.

More About This Episode
1:00
AM
Episode 507FUH

They say everything gets better with age, and these restaurants are no exception! Tyler Florence, Michael Symon and Alex Guarnaschelli are just a few of the Food Network stars igniting our taste buds with their favorite "old school" dishes -- including classic Oysters Rockefeller, the original Chopped Salad and a historic double burger that eclipses all others.

More About This Episode
1:30
AM
Episode 511FUH

Alton Brown, Gail Simmons, Alex Guarnaschelli and others are throwin' down the cutlery and reaching for their best ever finger foods -- from roasted toasted ravioli and crispy fried pickles to sacrilegious but oh so delicious bacon wrapped Matzo Balls!

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2:00
AM
Episode 509FUH

Bon Apetit! We take a Tour de America for ooey gooey cheesy Raclette, velvety fig laced Foie Gras and a delicious caramelized cake made with crepes and cream! These are just a few of the French dishes Alton Brown, Claire Robinson, Ming Tsai and others say are "magnifique!"

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2:30
AM
Episode 510FUH

Truffled egg toast, Reuben Egg Rolls, Foot High Lemon Meringue Pie and Strawberry Souffle are just a few of the EGGstraordinary dishes Gail Simmons, Alton Brown, Robert Irvine and others are EGGcited to talk about in this EGGceptional episode of The Best Thing I Ever Ate!

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3:00
AM
Episode 1B02UH

Alton Brown loves cheese as much as anyone. See what fondue has to do with football, make the best grilled cheese sandwich you have ever had and see why cheese is milk's leap to immortality. Recipes include: Broiled Chokes, Fondue Vudu and Big Cheese Squeeze.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1G17UH

From better croutons to your basic breakfast shingle, toast is an example of good eats that could usually be a whole lot better. Alton Brown takes on Bruschetta, French Toast and Welsh Rarebit.

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