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Wednesday, Oct 11

7:00
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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.

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7:30
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Episode 114

Donut-makers Leigh from Portland, Kamal from Atlanta and Isabelle from Toronto, Canada, compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Harvest" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

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8:00
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Episode 112

Donut-makers Steve from Portland, Stormy from Minneapolis and donut tricyclist Lindsay from North Carolina compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Tailgate Party" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

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8:30
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Episode 221

A motorcycle mama from Englewood, Colo., an ex-PR gal from Toronto and a deli owner from Waterloo, Ontario, compete in a speedy elimination round with fruit leather as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Football-themed Donut Showdown.

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9:00
AM
Episode 204F

Host Alfonso Ribeiro has the inside scoop on what makes some treats so tasty, from the iconic Andes Mints to Christie's chocolate chip cookies. Then, see how snacks like Taffy Town's cotton candy taffy and Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine pack so much serious flavor.

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9:30
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Episode 210F

It's a food lovefest on this episode, as host Alfonso Ribeiro gets the lowdown on the sweet messages imprinted on Necco's classic Sweet Hearts and how Waffle Waffle's Red Velvet waffle will make your heart skip a beat. Then, get to the heart of how See's Candy makes their beautiful Pink Fondant Bon Bons, and find out why moms everywhere love Traditional Baking Company's Heart Cookies.

10:00
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Episode 304

Alfonso Ribeiro explores layer after layer of flavor when he gets the inside scoop on Tootsie's Caramel Apple Pops, Bissinger's Coconut Caramel Chocolate Bar and Tastykake's Cherry Sweet Rolls. Then, see how fun it is to watch Parla's Asiago Tortellini get its quadruple cheese filling.

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10:30
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Episode 308

Alfonso Ribeiro highlights snacks with some freaky flavors! From Upton's Naturals Bacon Seitan to the Smoked Nib Brittle from Olive and Sinclair, to Trolli Sour Brite Crawlers, these curious treats are good eats. Then, spin the Jelly Belly BeanBoozled wheel for a serious flavor surprise.

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11:00
AM
Episode 213

Step right up, as host Michael McKean juggles carnival classics with stories that will amaze and astound. His big top tales include whether cotton candy is at the root of a cavity conspiracy, if popcorn kernels saved the silver screen and if saltwater taffy pulled itself into the middle of a giant legal war.

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11:30
AM
Episode 101

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we uncover the truth behind America's most popular food remedies. Do carrots really improve our eyesight? Can a bowl of chicken soup cure a stuffy nose? And does an apple a day really keep the doctor away? We dig up some mind-boggling history to find out if these age-old adages are true. Have we all been fed a spoonful of food fiction to help the medicine go down?

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12:00
PM
Episode 102

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we indulge in the best part of every meal: Dessert! From cake to pie to banana splits, our favorite desserts are baked with rich stories that have shaped America in extraordinary ways. We travel back in time to find out how cake gave rise to democracy in America. We reveal the sweet truth about why ice cream topped with syrup is called a sundae. And we find out if anything really is more American than apple pie. Save room for dessert as we discover some tasty truths and some mouthwatering myths hidden in every decadent bite!

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12:30
PM
Episode 103

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we take a trip around the food globe to find out where some of our most popular international dishes were really born. We know French Fries are fried, but are they French? Pizza and Italy go together like cheese and pepperoni, but can the Italians really claim pizza as their own? And no Chinese meal is complete until you crack open that fortune cookie, but was this crunchy treat really invented in China? We get to the bottom of some shocking food origin stories and uncover the hidden identities of our beloved foreign favorites.

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1:00
PM
Episode 104

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we put food on the frontlines of war and discover how some of history's most epic battles were decided by what we eat. Did Frozen Dinners save the world in World War II? Were hamburgers invented on the battlefield? Did the South lose the Civil War because of salt? We dig into some fascinating food fights and discover how our appetites have shaped the world's most critical battles.

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1:30
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Episode 105

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we reveal the truth behind the most important meal of the day. From coffee to pancakes to bacon, we'll find out how some sneaky marketing ploys and acts of sin have shaped what we eat for breakfast in America. Does coffee really stunt your growth? Is the recipe for flapjacks rooted in sin? We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but who said that and is it really true? Get ready to wake up and smell the facts as we discover how our morning meals have come to taste so sinfully delicious.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1G09UH

Host Alton Brown thinks that sausage should be our national dish. Never made your own? Once you know how easy it is, with Alton's recipes for Breakfast Sausage and Italian Sausage, you will. Take a look at grinders, the perfect hunk of pork and the longest piece of protein in the world.

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2:30
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Episode 1301

Looking for an alternative to chicken? Host Alton Brown turns to the pork tenderloin as a delicious yet low fat substitute for the ubiquitous bird.

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3:00
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Episode 211H

Brooklyn chef and barbecue expert, Shannon Ambrosio is in Chicago, where he challenges husband and wife pitmasters, Greg and Kristina of Chicago Culinary Kitchen. The two teams will put their own barbecue twist on one of the oldest traditional dishes in Chicago, the Italian Beef Sandwich. With Chicago native, Saralynn Pablo by his side, Shannon "Brooklyn-izes" a 100-year-old classic. But will the judges enjoy Shannon's new-school twist on this old-school sandwich?

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3:30
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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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4:00
PM
Episode 203F

Cooking Channel's Haylie Duff joins Michael Symon at one of his most treasured New Orleans spots, where they use the city's Cajun flavors in new and unique ways in crunchy po' boys and spicy barbecue shrimp. Next, he heads to a husband- and wife-owned pizza place in Brooklyn where the chef whips up a burger so delicious, he put it on the menu and named it after his bride. Finally, in Kansas City, Mo., Michael meets a team that smokes some of the best burnt ends around!

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4:30
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Episode 102F

Mario Batali shows Michael Symon his favorite late-night indulgence at New York City's most classic burger joint, while in Nashville, Michael learns what makes dry ribs the classic Tennessee take on smoked meat. And then he visits his favorite hometown haunt where they pair Cleveland classics like bratwurst and pierogi with refreshing house-made brews.

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5:00
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Episode 307FH

Michael Symon and Jenni "JWoww" Farley, reality TV star and winner of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition, team up to tackle the best classic barbecue, freshest farmhouse burgers and most outrageous microbrews our nation's capital has to offer. Along the way, they hook up with one of the area's best-known chefs for his take on the local food scene and to compete in a unique and heated 'que contest.

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5:30
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Episode 301FH

Michael Symon is joined by his good buddy Michael Strahan at their favorite New York City burger spot for juicy, award-winning creations. Then, they bounce around The Big Apple dining on meatball sliders, succulent St. Louis style ribs, pastrami-topped pizza and barbecue as authentic and anything found in Texas. Finally, Michael attempts to work it off by donning a cowboy hat and throwing himself into his first ever lesson in the Texas Two-Step.

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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 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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7:00
PM
Episode 508

Chef Roger Mooking goes to Llano Seco Ranch in Chico, Calif., where he and Charlie Thieriot slow roast a 30-pound porchetta. In Sandy, Ore., Roger meets caterers Jaret Foster and Mona Johnson, and assists them in putting together roasted mussels and a crowd-pleasing white bean, chorizo and clam stew.

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7:30
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Episode 509

Chef Roger Mooking is spending the day at Jacobsen Salt Co., in Netarts Bay, Ore., one of the largest producers of handcrafted sea salt in America. Owner Ben Jacobsen takes Roger on a tour of the facility, showing him how to smoke sea salt, and then Roger meets with Portland-based chef Carlo Lamagna. Roger helps Carlo stuff a 20-pound halibut with lemon and herbs, encrust the whole fish in salt and roast it over a wood-burning fire.

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8:00
PM
Episode 102H

Roger Mooking cannot resist the sweet, succulent smoky goodness of barbecue as he canvases the country on the lookout for the fifteen best barbecue dishes wherever he can find them. For as long as there has been fire, man has been barbecuing over it. Brisket, chicken, whole hog, mutton, and even a breakfast taco are just a few of the saucy delights to be found when fire, meat, and seasoning intersect in juicy perfection.

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9:00
PM
Episode 611H

Roger Mooking gets blown away by not one but two of the biggest metal-clad rigs he's ever seen. In Algoma, Wis., he meets brothers Brad and Aric Schmiling who use a giant cinderblock pit and massive metal grates to roast a whole steer. Then Roger heads to Atascadero, Calif. where he meets Jason Elvis Heard, a brilliant engineering consultant who built a record-breaking rig called Mega Pit. Roger and Jason load, it up with 600 pounds of dry-rubbed chicken, beef and pork ribs, and the region's signature meat. If that wasn't enough, Jason shares his take on mac-n-cheese, made with tender chunks of tri-tip and all the BBQ flavors we know and love.

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9:30
PM
Episode 612H

Roger Mooking is going from the west coast to the east coast to check out crazy custom contraptions. First, he gets to play with a one-of-a-kind "meat swing set" in West Sacramento, Calif. Custom-built for Chef Beau Fairbairn, it can cook a whole animal or two, and still have room left over. Roger and Beau slow-cook a whole hog and an entire garden's worth of vegetables over a 12-foot-long wood fire. Then, Roger heads to school in farm country, New Jersey, where cooking-school founder, Ian Knauer, teaches open-fire cooking. Today's lessons: whole lamb roasted over a wood fire on a 5-foot hand-powered rotisserie, accompanied by salsa verde made with herbs from the farm and vegetables roasted in a wood-fired oven.

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10:00
PM
Episode 101

Adam's in Austin to expose secret restaurants and off-menu dishes in the heart of Texas. Adam finds a trendy hidden lounge nestled behind a bookcase in a hostel, a kitchen sink burger and a decadent French toast breakfast sandwich.

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10:30
PM
Episode 312H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Portsmouth, N.H. for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali starts his day by tackling a monster of a pancake. The he comes face to face with the massive "Stairway to Heaven" burger, topped with braised short rib. Next he hits the waterfront for a cup of classic New England chowder. He ends this food feast strong with some good old-fashioned fish tacos.

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11:00
PM
Episode 102H

Jordan Andino explores the Montreal food scene, and it doesn't disappoint. First, he heads to Notre Dame de Grace to try the late night discount menu at Monkland Tavern. Jordan falls in love with the braised calamari caponata, but his mind is blown by the many flavors in the soft shell crab banh mi. Next up, it's off to Moishe's, one of Montreal's oldest steak restaurants in Plateau Mont Royal. Jordan gets started with a superlative filet mignon poutine that's wowing the younger late night crowd and follows it up with grilled chicken and stuffed baked potato. Finally, he heads to Little Italy only to discover a Venezuelan hot spot serving cheesy, gooey pastries and a passionfruit pulled pork arepa that makes his heart sing.

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11:30
PM
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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12:00
AM
Episode 102H

Roger Mooking cannot resist the sweet, succulent smoky goodness of barbecue as he canvases the country on the lookout for the fifteen best barbecue dishes wherever he can find them. For as long as there has been fire, man has been barbecuing over it. Brisket, chicken, whole hog, mutton, and even a breakfast taco are just a few of the saucy delights to be found when fire, meat, and seasoning intersect in juicy perfection.

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1:00
AM
Episode 611H

Roger Mooking gets blown away by not one but two of the biggest metal-clad rigs he's ever seen. In Algoma, Wis., he meets brothers Brad and Aric Schmiling who use a giant cinderblock pit and massive metal grates to roast a whole steer. Then Roger heads to Atascadero, Calif. where he meets Jason Elvis Heard, a brilliant engineering consultant who built a record-breaking rig called Mega Pit. Roger and Jason load, it up with 600 pounds of dry-rubbed chicken, beef and pork ribs, and the region's signature meat. If that wasn't enough, Jason shares his take on mac-n-cheese, made with tender chunks of tri-tip and all the BBQ flavors we know and love.

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1:30
AM
Episode 612H

Roger Mooking is going from the west coast to the east coast to check out crazy custom contraptions. First, he gets to play with a one-of-a-kind "meat swing set" in West Sacramento, Calif. Custom-built for Chef Beau Fairbairn, it can cook a whole animal or two, and still have room left over. Roger and Beau slow-cook a whole hog and an entire garden's worth of vegetables over a 12-foot-long wood fire. Then, Roger heads to school in farm country, New Jersey, where cooking-school founder, Ian Knauer, teaches open-fire cooking. Today's lessons: whole lamb roasted over a wood fire on a 5-foot hand-powered rotisserie, accompanied by salsa verde made with herbs from the farm and vegetables roasted in a wood-fired oven.

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2:00
AM
Episode 101

Adam's in Austin to expose secret restaurants and off-menu dishes in the heart of Texas. Adam finds a trendy hidden lounge nestled behind a bookcase in a hostel, a kitchen sink burger and a decadent French toast breakfast sandwich.

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2:30
AM
Episode 312H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Portsmouth, N.H. for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali starts his day by tackling a monster of a pancake. The he comes face to face with the massive "Stairway to Heaven" burger, topped with braised short rib. Next he hits the waterfront for a cup of classic New England chowder. He ends this food feast strong with some good old-fashioned fish tacos.

More About This Episode
3:00
AM
Episode 102H

Jordan Andino explores the Montreal food scene, and it doesn't disappoint. First, he heads to Notre Dame de Grace to try the late night discount menu at Monkland Tavern. Jordan falls in love with the braised calamari caponata, but his mind is blown by the many flavors in the soft shell crab banh mi. Next up, it's off to Moishe's, one of Montreal's oldest steak restaurants in Plateau Mont Royal. Jordan gets started with a superlative filet mignon poutine that's wowing the younger late night crowd and follows it up with grilled chicken and stuffed baked potato. Finally, he heads to Little Italy only to discover a Venezuelan hot spot serving cheesy, gooey pastries and a passionfruit pulled pork arepa that makes his heart sing.

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3:30
AM
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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