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Thursday, Nov 9

7:00
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Episode 202

G. Garvin's hitting the best of Georgia stopping at Atlanta's Yeah! Burger for a bison burger, Decatur's Brick Store Pub for fish, chips and craft beer then Roswell's Fickle Pickle for a fried green tomato sandwich.

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7:30
AM
Episode 104

In the mountains of North Carolina is the gorgeous hidden gem, Asheville. G. Garvin takes in the sights by ziplining through Appalachia before landing in the sophisticated kitchen at Cucina 24 where Chef and owner Brian Canipeli teaches him how to make ravioli from scratch. G. then explores the local scene gathering fresh ingredients at Chop Shop Butchery, Blue Water Seafood, the local farmers' market and a local brewery. He makes a great meal for all the shop owners he met along the way.

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8:00
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Episode 205

G. Garvin is trying Nashville's best meals including pork loin, greens and mac and cheese from Lockeland Table, hot chicken from 400 Degrees Hot Chicken and caps off the trip with fried chicken livers from John A's Restaurant.

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8:30
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Episode 102

G. Garvin explores Charleston, SC, a lovely busy city with a passion for quality and tradition. G. and Chef Chris Stewart of the Glass Onion cook a fresh and sophisticated pork belly dish. Tammy Karsada opens up her shop, Cakes by Kasarda, to G. when they make a fun cake from scratch. G. is then taken on a Lowcountry adventure with Shane Ziegler where they round up the seafood they'll need for a classic boil.

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9:00
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Episode 419

James Cunningham kicks things off with Japanese-style hot dogs from the Dogzilla Truck in Orange County, CA, before heading to Montreal, Quebec, where three refined gentlemen are bringing good ol' messy barbecue sandwiches to the streets at the Pas d'cochon Dans Mon Salon truck. Then in Calgary, Alberta, a truck called Braizen is dishing out flavorful international cuisine that locals just can't get enough of, like Jerk Chicken Sliders with all the sweet heat of the islands. Finally, stop in St. Paul, Minnesota, at the Fork In The Road Truck for warm and fuzzy comfort food on the go.

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9:30
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Episode 414

James Cunningham's journey starts in Vancouver, British Columbia, at the Pig on the Street truck for all things pork-related, including the Southern Piggy sandwich with housemade bourbon barbecue sauce. Then, get a taste of Pakistan from the Rickshaw Stop in San Antonio, where locals are going crazy for their Boti Tikka Chicken Kabob. In Miami, Florida, the Cuban Cube truck offers a Shrimp Ceviche served in a Fried Plantain Bowl, and in Austin, Texas, don't miss the supersized sundae at the Ice Cream Social bus.

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10:00
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Episode 415

James Cunningham starts this tour in Orange County, California, for sizzling Singaporean fusion at the Chomp Chomp Nation truck, where best-sellers include a Spicy Soft Shell Crab Sandwich and Japanese Sweet-Potato Chips. Next, dine curbside on the best barbecue in Toronto, Ontario, at the Hogtown Smoke truck. In Philadelphia, treat yourself to mouth-watering, eclectic comfort food courtesy of the Vernalicious truck. Fan favorites include a Vietnamese Spicy Chicken Bahn Mi sandwich with Daikon Radish and Jalapenos. And finally, pull up alongside the Purple People Eatery in Miami, Florida, where two chefs are serving up bison burgers.

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10:30
AM
Episode 518

The most wanted street food in Houston, Texas at the Kurbside Eatz truck, in New Orleans, Louisiana at the La Cocinita truck, in Portland, Maine at the Bite Into Maine trailer and finally in Tuscon, Arizona at the Serial Grillers trailer.

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11:00
AM
Episode 501

We travel from the east coast to the west, discovering restaurants that are creating truly innovative dishes with vegetables. This isn't just about a healthy diet, it's about completely changing the way you eat your veggies.

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11:30
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Episode 403

We discover amazing Mexican food with a twist. Dive into a Mexican brunch in Boulder, Colorado. Find out how one chef in New York is really breaking the mold. Feast on small delicacies in Washington, DC, and then head to Cleveland for a grocery store-turned Mexican food hot spot.

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12:00
PM
Episode 504

Find out what the buzz is all about at these dining hot spots across the country. Visit a San Francisco legend turning Chinese food on its head, a New York City favorite where American classics get a twist and a cozy Portland, Oregon, favorite where the menu changes every night. After this, you'll be calling for a reservation.

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12:30
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Episode 410

We're taking food back to its roots -- cooked by open flames but in new and inspiring ways. We discover the most unique dish to come out of the ashes, dive into Dungeness crab from a coal-stoked grill, savor skewers licked by flames and devour delights from a wood-burning oven.

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1:00
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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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1:30
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Episode 306

It's a delicious taste of barbecue across America! Whether you like it pulled or chopped, you're guaranteed the best whole hog sandwich made by a legendary pit master in North Carolina. See why people line up early at an Austin eatery that serves the very best Central Texas-style brisket, ribs and something called the "Tipsy Texan." Follow the smoke signals to New Orleans, where three Southern brothers cook barbecue tacos and smoked pork cakes in a one hundred-year-old house. And big global flavors mingle with barbecue at a small restaurant in Williamsburg, New York.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1013

Alton Brown takes on the new American tradition of Deep-Fried Turkey in an effort to prevent future backyard disasters from flaring up. Along the way, he talks turkey flavor and texture to ensure that we all get the most out of our birds -- without getting burned.

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2:30
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Episode 1H14UH

Alton Brown's gone on record as saying the stuff is evil and yet, hundreds of protest letters have him rethinking his position: Can a stuffing be designed that's good for diner and bird alike? Maybe -- if a proper model can be found. Alton prepares Stuffed Squash and Turkey with Stuffing.

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3:00
PM
Episode 204F

Whether it's a cured country ham, a decadent chocolate-caramel brownie, or luxurious caviar, they all have one thing in common ... salt! Food Network stars including Alton, Tyler, Michael Symon and The Neelys reveal eight dishes they guarantee are definitely worth their salt!

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3:30
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Episode 209F

For Food Network stars including Ina, Emeril, Giada and others no food is more comforting than ... "The Classics." From perfectly juicy prime rib, to creamy mashed potatoes, succulent meatloaf, and more, discover where their most memorable favorites will never go out of style.

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4:00
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Episode 206F

It's just past lunch and not quite dinner ... hmmmm, must be time for a snack! From pickles to tacos, nachos to nuts, we reveal the snackalicious snacks craved by Giada, Ted Allen, Alex Guarnaschelli, Curtis Stone and more! These bite sized treats are perfect to kick-start the Super Bowl and satisfy any SNACK ATTACK.

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4:30
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Episode 207FUH

Whether it's melting in a souffle, wrapped around creme brulee, poured over chicken or baked into a cookie that defies all chocolate logic -- this is definitely chocolate at its best! Food Network stars including Alton, Duff, Tyler Florence and Claire Robinson unwrap their favorite chocolate delights.

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5:00
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Episode 208F

What do onion rings, corn fritters, egg rolls and caramel corn have in common? They all make the same sound ... "CRUNCH!" And they are just a few of the best crispy foods Duff, Claire Robinson, Brian Boitano and others have ever eaten! From bowling alleys to movie theaters, find out where that delicious sound is coming from!

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5:30
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Episode 707H

We are headed to Miami for a little fun in the sun and some truly epic eats. We're trying it all, from stone crabs at Joe's, to the lamb shank at Sardinia. The piping hot oven at Fratelli La Bufala is turning out pillowy calzones, while the folks at Ola are cooling off with a nice and icy pear granita. And don't let the fabulous physiques of Miami Beach fool you, this city loves their sweets. With a trifecta of treats at Michaels Genuine and the chocolate peanut butter s'more from Prime 112, Miami has some of the best desserts around.

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6:00
PM
Episode 106

In North East, Penn., host Noah Cappe eats a Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich even The King would approve of, and checks out a Chicken-Stuffed Pretzel so good, it's got Noah all shook up. Next, Noah heads across the country to the California State Fair. The fair highlights the state's fresh produce in dishes like Spaghetti Ice Cream, where California strawberries are the base of the "sauce" in this frozen delight. And the famous Lobster Corn Dog gets crowds lining up to sample some of the freshest seafood on the West Coast.

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6:30
PM
Episode 107

In this episode, host Noah Cappe arrives at the Stanislaus County Fair in Turlock, CA. He gets his paws into homemade fries topped with lobster claws and tail meat, and devours a delicious donut ice cream sandwich. Finally, he sizes up an 18" corn dog big enough to feed a family and dips his tongue into Cajun cuisine with Deep Fried Frogs Legs. Then it's down to the Gulf Coast for the Texas Crab Fest. Noah savors a soft shell crab taco, coconut encrusted shrimp and gooey Grasshopper pie while enjoying the hospitality of Crystal Beach, Texas.

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7:00
PM
Episode 108

Host Noah Cappe heads to the Ohio State Fair, one of the country's oldest and biggest fairs, with food that's just as outrageous. Noah samples a perfect combination of savory meat and sweet treats in the Pulled Pork Donut. Fair classics like Funnel Cakes and the Blooming Onion and Funnel Cakes get a Ohio state spin but it's the Giant Deep Fried Gummy Bear that really gets Noah going. Then he heads to the NC Potato Festival in North Carolina, where a local specialty is a big hit: Calabash Flounder.

7:30
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Episode 109

The Indiana State Fair is one of the oldest fairs in the country, with some of the best fair foods around. Noah constructs, and devours a Colossal Grilled Cheese Sandwich with the help of the state dairy association. Next he takes the classic elephant ear to the next level by packing it full of fruit filling before frying it up. YaYa's Tomato Balls, a Greek family favorite, is his final dish of the day. Then it's over to neighboring Illinois for Old Canal Days in Lockport. Noah samples some insanely loaded potato bites before chowing down on Chicago-style pizza pie. A uniquely sweet donut treat rounds out another day of carnival eating.

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8:00
PM
Episode 110

The Illinois State Fair is one of the longest running fairs in the U.S. and luckily for host Noah Cappe, he's able to sample a taste of Illinois history with the Horseshoe Sandwich: a deep fried pork tenderloin topped with French fries and creamy cheese sauce. Then he puts together an over-the-top deep fried peanut butter sandwich, topped with homemade fluff. Next, Noah travels to New York for the Erie County Fair where he chows down on some local Buffalo favourites like Buffalo Chicken Wing Pizza, Beef on Weck Eggrolls and the Bacon Bomber.

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8:30
PM
Episode 111

In this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to Edmonton, Alberta for K-Days. He starts the day off right with a Canadian specialty turned into brunch: Breakfast Poutine. The creative combos continue with a fusion-inspired Japanese Dog and a S'mores Mini Donuts, with the summer camp favorite topping the perennial carnival classic. Across the border in North Dakota, Wild Rice Burgers, Idaho Tacos and Kettle Corn make up the regional fare in this prairie state.

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9:00
PM
Episode 502H

Noah Cappe heads to the annual Rio Rancho Pork & Brew festival in New Mexico, where he samples a trio of meaty meals before ending the day devouring adorable Baby Cakes. Then it's up north to the Ionia Free Fair in Michigan, where the state's largest free fair leaves Noah with a lot of dough to spend enjoying The Tator Grenade and Churro S'mores.

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9:30
PM
Episode 505H

Noah Cappe is hot on the trail of some otherworldly carnival eats at the UFO Festival in Roswell, N.M. From the Alien Egg to the Crashed UF-Dough, it's good eating for earthlings. Later, Noah heads to California's Orange County Fair where he tackles the massive Porky Leg and makes dreams come true with Deep Fried Pizza.

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10:00
PM
Episode 110H

Chef Jordan Andino is in Atlanta, where cosmopolitan glamour and Southern traditions collide. He kicks off his adventure at 5Church, a midtown haven dishing out signature Southern comfort. Jordan bites into his first fried green tomato, stuffed full of gooey pimento cheese, and follows it with a sophisticated lamb burger that oozes Gorgonzola cheese. Next it's off to sample a new flavor combo, Cajun Asian, at Bon Ton. Chef Hieu Pham's love for all things New Orleans collides with his Vietnamese heritage, and Jordan tries spicy cold noodles with charbroiled oysters, followed up with a bacon-laden po' boy that reminds him of a Vietnamese banh mi. Lastly, Jordan checks out Atlanta's ode to soul food, Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours, where the menu is inspired by Chef Deborah VanTrece's childhood in the South, her world travels and classic French techniques. Jordan bites into sweet and spicy Candy Coated Wings, and after a splash of moonshine, he digs into the surprise star of Chef Deborah's late-night menu, the vegetable pave.

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10:30
PM
Episode 105H

Jordan Andino is in Providence, Rhode Island, a small town bursting with late night eating opportunities. He starts off in College Hill at Durk's BBQ, the city's only Texas BBQ joint, where he bites into succulent brisket nachos and gets a sweet surprise from Durk's tangy lemon chess pie. Then he heads over to Federal Hill to try a collision of flavors from all over the world at North. Jordan gets a taste of the country with scrumptious, bite-sized ham biscuits and tries Chef James Mark's Asian-inspired Dan Dan noodles, a crave-worthy late night favorite. Finally, he heads to Ogie's Trailer Park, where classic comfort foods are served to loyal customers in a unique environment. Jordan dives into a fried chicken sandwich encrusted with ranch tortilla chips and wolfs down the crowd-pleasing Mac and Cheese Croquettes that Ogie's sells by the bushel. No night is complete without a trip to their outdoor tiki bar, and Jordan rounds out his Providence experience with Ogie's take on a classic Mai Tai.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1112

A little ghostly inspiration is all Alton Brown needs to turn a handful of peanuts into some seriously good eats. He makes Boiled Peanuts, Roasted Peanuts, Peanut Butter Pie, Boiled Peanut Soup and Homemade Peanut Butter.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1010

No foodstuff screams American pop culture as loudly as popcorn, but modern movie popcorn tastes more like butter-flavored packing material than actual corn. Alton Brown takes a trip to the past to uncover the origins of the tasty treat, reveals the best corn for the job, and leaves no kernel un-popped in his search for the perfect popper. With recipes for Perfect Popcorn, Savory Herb Popcorn and Slacker Jacks.

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12:00
AM
Episode 110

The Illinois State Fair is one of the longest running fairs in the U.S. and luckily for host Noah Cappe, he's able to sample a taste of Illinois history with the Horseshoe Sandwich: a deep fried pork tenderloin topped with French fries and creamy cheese sauce. Then he puts together an over-the-top deep fried peanut butter sandwich, topped with homemade fluff. Next, Noah travels to New York for the Erie County Fair where he chows down on some local Buffalo favourites like Buffalo Chicken Wing Pizza, Beef on Weck Eggrolls and the Bacon Bomber.

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12:30
AM
Episode 111

In this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to Edmonton, Alberta for K-Days. He starts the day off right with a Canadian specialty turned into brunch: Breakfast Poutine. The creative combos continue with a fusion-inspired Japanese Dog and a S'mores Mini Donuts, with the summer camp favorite topping the perennial carnival classic. Across the border in North Dakota, Wild Rice Burgers, Idaho Tacos and Kettle Corn make up the regional fare in this prairie state.

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1:00
AM
Episode 502H

Noah Cappe heads to the annual Rio Rancho Pork & Brew festival in New Mexico, where he samples a trio of meaty meals before ending the day devouring adorable Baby Cakes. Then it's up north to the Ionia Free Fair in Michigan, where the state's largest free fair leaves Noah with a lot of dough to spend enjoying The Tator Grenade and Churro S'mores.

More About This Episode
1:30
AM
Episode 505H

Noah Cappe is hot on the trail of some otherworldly carnival eats at the UFO Festival in Roswell, N.M. From the Alien Egg to the Crashed UF-Dough, it's good eating for earthlings. Later, Noah heads to California's Orange County Fair where he tackles the massive Porky Leg and makes dreams come true with Deep Fried Pizza.

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2:00
AM
Episode 110H

Chef Jordan Andino is in Atlanta, where cosmopolitan glamour and Southern traditions collide. He kicks off his adventure at 5Church, a midtown haven dishing out signature Southern comfort. Jordan bites into his first fried green tomato, stuffed full of gooey pimento cheese, and follows it with a sophisticated lamb burger that oozes Gorgonzola cheese. Next it's off to sample a new flavor combo, Cajun Asian, at Bon Ton. Chef Hieu Pham's love for all things New Orleans collides with his Vietnamese heritage, and Jordan tries spicy cold noodles with charbroiled oysters, followed up with a bacon-laden po' boy that reminds him of a Vietnamese banh mi. Lastly, Jordan checks out Atlanta's ode to soul food, Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours, where the menu is inspired by Chef Deborah VanTrece's childhood in the South, her world travels and classic French techniques. Jordan bites into sweet and spicy Candy Coated Wings, and after a splash of moonshine, he digs into the surprise star of Chef Deborah's late-night menu, the vegetable pave.

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2:30
AM
Episode 105H

Jordan Andino is in Providence, Rhode Island, a small town bursting with late night eating opportunities. He starts off in College Hill at Durk's BBQ, the city's only Texas BBQ joint, where he bites into succulent brisket nachos and gets a sweet surprise from Durk's tangy lemon chess pie. Then he heads over to Federal Hill to try a collision of flavors from all over the world at North. Jordan gets a taste of the country with scrumptious, bite-sized ham biscuits and tries Chef James Mark's Asian-inspired Dan Dan noodles, a crave-worthy late night favorite. Finally, he heads to Ogie's Trailer Park, where classic comfort foods are served to loyal customers in a unique environment. Jordan dives into a fried chicken sandwich encrusted with ranch tortilla chips and wolfs down the crowd-pleasing Mac and Cheese Croquettes that Ogie's sells by the bushel. No night is complete without a trip to their outdoor tiki bar, and Jordan rounds out his Providence experience with Ogie's take on a classic Mai Tai.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1112

A little ghostly inspiration is all Alton Brown needs to turn a handful of peanuts into some seriously good eats. He makes Boiled Peanuts, Roasted Peanuts, Peanut Butter Pie, Boiled Peanut Soup and Homemade Peanut Butter.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1010

No foodstuff screams American pop culture as loudly as popcorn, but modern movie popcorn tastes more like butter-flavored packing material than actual corn. Alton Brown takes a trip to the past to uncover the origins of the tasty treat, reveals the best corn for the job, and leaves no kernel un-popped in his search for the perfect popper. With recipes for Perfect Popcorn, Savory Herb Popcorn and Slacker Jacks.

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