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Sunday, Nov 12

7:00
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Episode 102

Donut-makers Grayson from Calgary, Alison from Charleston and vegan food trucker Adam from Brooklyn compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Bollywood" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

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7:30
AM
Episode 216

The "donut king" of Hawaii, a best-friend duo from Hamilton, Ontario, and a member of a donut legacy from Kalamazoo, Mich., compete in a speedy elimination round with peanut butter as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Paris-themed Donut Showdown.

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8:00
AM
Episode 207F

Host Alfonso Ribeiro takes your taste buds back in time to see how the classic Necco Wafers are made, how the Tasty Kake Krimpet got its shape and name, and why Wise's Barbecue Dipsy Doodles are still a fan favorite. Finally, take a nostalgic trip to the candy store with a look at Charleston Chews.

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8:30
AM
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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9:00
AM
Episode 206F

Join host Alfonso Ribeiro and savor the flavor of some tasty treats, from Eli's scrumptious Bavarian Apple Tart to Necco's classic bite-size Mary Jane. Then, the mystery of the orange-colored, banana-flavored Circus Peanuts is solved, and find out why there's no dip necessary for Snak King's spicy Salsitas.

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9:30
AM
Episode 209F

Host Alfonso Ribeiro says it's okay to play with your food, especially these tasty treats! From super-sized Fatboy Ice Cream Sandwiches to super-seasoned Wise Onion Rings to playful Melville Candy Glitter Mustache Lollipops, it's all about fun. Plus, Nemo's Bakery shows how they create their Pull Apart Cinnamon Bread for ultimate fun and flavor.

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10:00
AM
Episode 703

We're in the sweet spot of the Sunshine State, Miami! The folks at The Salty Donut pride themselves on their buttery 24-hour brioche doughnut dough and have fun with topping combinations like key lime pie and peach bourbon. L.A. Sweetz packs bold Latin flavors in their cupcakes, including tangy margarita and a decadent coconut cake dipped in dark rum and topped with dulce de leche buttercream. And ring the alarm for the pies at Fireman Derek's Bakeshop, which are piled high with layers of chocolate ganache, mousse and an array of sweet and salty toppings.

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10:30
AM
Episode 303

We found the most unique sweets to suit your morning cup o' Joe. Abraco's morning pastries are packed with bold flavors like black sesame cardamom spiced cake and saffron sugar babka. Crespella adds a taste of Italy to your coffee with their crepes flavored and topped with tiramisu and cannoli. Bang Bang Pie in Chicago bakes decadent pies, from blueberry to a frozen sage lemon summer pie. Angel Food Bakery in Minneapolis serves donut bread pudding and tres leche cupcakes.

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11:00
AM
Episode 102

Of bakeries and brunches from the Pacific Northwest to New York City, we've found the best reasons to roll out of bed in the morning. Think outside the toaster and try a warm slice of brioche sweetened with almond paste and homemade almond syrup, a hand-forged donut, a towering stack of peanut-butter filled chocolate waffles, or a coffee cake made just for you (with a single-drip artisan coffee brew to match).

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11:30
AM
Episode 207

Nothing beats waking up in the morning to the scent of hot buttery sweet pastries. And these breakfast pastries from Oregon, California, New York and Connecticut are unlike anything you've had before. Once that morning coffee kicks in, you'll need to dig in.

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12:00
PM
Episode 711H

We're going to Philadelphia to show you some of the best things we ever ate. There's impossibly delicious pasta at Vetri and perfect mashed potatoes at Parc. Check out the crepes at Creperie Beau Monde for one of our favorite Francophile treats, but leave room for the Mexican tiramisu at Lolita. From the namesake Philly cheesesteak at Tony Luke's to the down, dirty, and delicious Junkyard Special at Sarcone's Deli, Philly's got it all.

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12:30
PM
Episode 101FUH

Food Network stars open up about the best fried foods they've ever eaten ... from Bobby Flay's favorite French fries, to Giada's passion for decadent fried doughnuts, and Guy Fieri's love affair with a Caribbean classic! We visit the locations where the fryers are hot and reveal how these dishes are totally fried to perfection.

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1:00
PM
Episode 506FUH

Gone are the days of the roach coach! These food trucks and roadside stands have Tyler Florence, Sunny Anderson and Gail Simmons heading for the streets, to savor a Waffle of Massive Deliciousness, an ice cream called the Salty Pimp, buttery snails on a stick and more! Find out who's behind the wheel and delivering the fastest, fresh treats to your favorite food personalities.

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1:30
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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2:00
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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2:30
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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3:00
PM
Episode 104

Ali Khan's Windy City expectations are as high as Chicago's Willis Tower, so his breakfast is a tower of fried chicken, biscuits, egg and bacon. For lunch, Ali dives into the city's unofficial sandwich, the Italian beef. He scores a killer chocolate almond croissant at a bakery with a child baker protege and brings down the house with a unique mac and cheese with a gourmet twist.

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3:30
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Episode 105

Ali Khan travels to Miami and breaks his fast with a classic Cuban staple: empanadas. He then samples some fruits of the sea, with right-off-the-boat mahi mahi sandwiches and a fisherman's stew. He closes out the day with a Latin-Middle-Eastern-American fusion bowl that could only come from Miami.

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4:00
PM
Episode 304H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Alexandria, Va. for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali kicks things off in style with a guilt free southern fried chicken biscuit for breakfast. Then he goes way south of the border with a trio of flavor-forward and inventive tacos. At an art deco hot spot straight out of the 1930s, he finds a modern snack, deep fried deviled eggs. He finishes the day off with a rooftop garden-to-table, bacon gnocchi bolognese. Alexandria might have some history, but its food scene is straight up futuristic.

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4:30
PM
Episode 305H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Portland, Ore. for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali starts off his day with a tower of waffley goodness. He then wiggles his way to a pristine salmon poke bowl. He rolls on to indulge in authentic Spanish churros and wraps it all up in richness with the freshest pasta carbonara. The streets of Portland are lined up with craft cuisine at its finest.

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5:00
PM
Episode 102

This trip, Noah Cappe celebrates Memorial Day weekend at suburban DC's ViVa! Vienna! festival, where the fastest way to his heart is through divine Soul Food. He springs for Loaded Perogies, learns a new spin on an old favorite with Philly Cheese Steak Fries and sees food and eats it with Baltimore-style Crab Dip. Then, he sets course for the bayou where he uncovers some tasty treasures at the pirate-themed Contraband Days festival in Lake Charles, La. There, he gets a lesson in down-home Cajun cooking with Chicken and Crawfish Gumbo, fancies up funnel cake with maple and candied bacon and goes nuts for Creole-style Praline candies with Miss Rita.

5:30
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Episode 103

On this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to Oklahoma for the Apache Rattlesnake Festival. He bravely samples the Deep Fried Rattlesnake, the namesake dish of the festival. Then it's back to more carnival classics like Texas Twister Fries and the spicy Mexi-Dog. Later, Noah takes in the treats at Alabama's Oak Mountain Spring Fair. Starting with Dre's Barbeque Baked Potato, and moving onto cheese-stuffed gilled pork balls, jambalaya stuffed peppers and finishing up with Deep Fried Bread Pudding, it's southern comfort food with a fair flare!

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6:00
PM
Episode 104

Noah Cappe heads to North Carolina for the Got To Be NC Fest. Local pecans top the Cinnamon Roll Waffles and Noah tries the only Donut Sloppy Joe on offer on the east coast fair circuit. Then it's across the country for the Portland Rose Festival. He devours smoked mac & cheese, a dish so amazing it's got the people of Portland dancing in the streets. Next, the classic American apple pie gets the carnival eats treatment and is transformed into Apple Pie Fries. Beef Tongue Tacos prove that Portland is still keeping it weird.

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6:30
PM
Episode 105

Noah Cappe jets into State Fair Meadowlands to check out the freak show of food, beginning with Cream Cheese Larvets. He also indulges in the Pig in Mud: chocolate covered, deep fried bacon. Next, it's down south to Alabama. Local Vendor Big Daddy's BBQ Ribs are the talk of the fair, but it's the Sweet Potato Pie Ice Cream churned in a tractor that converts Noah into a believer.

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7:00
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Episode 501H

Noah Cappe heads to the San Diego County fair in California, for breakfast with a bang with French Toast Bacon Bombs. Then he saddles up with the Maui Cowboy Burger and finds fried food fusion in the Deep Fried Nachos Supreme. It's a trio of carnival twists on favorite foods at the La Porte County Fair in Indiana with the Port Belly Reuben, Deep Fried Lobster Mac & Cheese and Creampuff Jimmy's original Giant Cream Puffs.

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7:30
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Episode 413

Noah Cappe heads for the Lone Star state to eat his way through the Texas State Fair in Dallas, featuring some inventive foods like the Bacon-tilla and the indulgent masterpiece of Chicken Fried Lobster. For dessert, Noah feeds his sweet tooth with a pair of earthy treats, the Carrot Cake Roly and the creamy Deep Fried Sweet Potato Pie. Later, Noah heads to the Oakland County Fair in Davisburg, Michigan, to eat the Cheeseburger Crunch Wrap, the Rodeo Pizza, and The Whole Farm, a sandwich loaded with farm-fresh favorites.

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8:00
PM
Episode SP12

We're cooking up some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes from the kitchens of our Food Network family, as Giada De Laurentiis, Ree Drummond, Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Nancy Fuller and Damaris Phillips share their best recipes, tips, and secrets. Thanksgiving is covered top to bottom, from traditional turkey and gravy, to bacon bourbon Brussels sprouts and smashed potato casserole, to pumpkin and apple pies.

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9:00
PM
Episode 508FUH

Alton screams, Duff screams, they all scream for ice cream! We've got the scoop on the coolest creamiest treats around. From a delectable homemade fudge-smothered vanilla sundae to a torte de gelato that will change your life and the best ice cream sandwich on the planet!

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9:30
PM
Episode 513FUH

Michael Symon, Bobby Flay, Gail Simmons and others take a step back in time to recall the dishes they loved as a kid. Handmade pasta, Frito Pie, Cotton Candy and Pizza might be their childhood favorites, but they're just as good today -- maybe even better!

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10:00
PM
Episode 304H

Host Michael McKean sorts out the problematic pedigrees of some of our favorite foods. We'll find out if German Chocolate cake is iced with a grammatical error, if the real father of the French Dip will please stand up, and if English Muffins were spawned from some star-spangled batter. When it comes to the birth certificates of these deceptive dishes, make sure you read the fine print.

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10:30
PM
Episode 303H

Grab your flashlights and duct tape because host Michael McKean uncovers the truth behind the world's greatest edible emergencies. He discovers how a massive blackout in New York City led to the decadent Blackout Cake, that Tapioca pudding is no good at puddin' out fires, and that a tidal wave of sweet molasses nearly broke Boston.

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11:00
PM
Episode 204

Host Michael McKean takes a look at how some favorite food combinations got hitched. Michael traces the origins of peanut butter and jelly to the trenches of World War II, sees how spaghetti and meatballs went from Italy to America and finds out if chicken and waffles met after a late-night jazz set.

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11:30
PM
Episode 206

Host Michael McKean goes to bat finding out how our favorite stadium goods got tickets to the big leagues. Michael traces the football tailgate to a Civil War battlefield, shows how important the hot dog is to baseball's existence, and uncovers how the difficult-to-eat nachos became a stadium standard.

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12:00
AM
Episode SP12

We're cooking up some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes from the kitchens of our Food Network family, as Giada De Laurentiis, Ree Drummond, Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Nancy Fuller and Damaris Phillips share their best recipes, tips, and secrets. Thanksgiving is covered top to bottom, from traditional turkey and gravy, to bacon bourbon Brussels sprouts and smashed potato casserole, to pumpkin and apple pies.

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1:00
AM
Episode 508FUH

Alton screams, Duff screams, they all scream for ice cream! We've got the scoop on the coolest creamiest treats around. From a delectable homemade fudge-smothered vanilla sundae to a torte de gelato that will change your life and the best ice cream sandwich on the planet!

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1:30
AM
Episode 513FUH

Michael Symon, Bobby Flay, Gail Simmons and others take a step back in time to recall the dishes they loved as a kid. Handmade pasta, Frito Pie, Cotton Candy and Pizza might be their childhood favorites, but they're just as good today -- maybe even better!

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2:00
AM
Episode 304H

Host Michael McKean sorts out the problematic pedigrees of some of our favorite foods. We'll find out if German Chocolate cake is iced with a grammatical error, if the real father of the French Dip will please stand up, and if English Muffins were spawned from some star-spangled batter. When it comes to the birth certificates of these deceptive dishes, make sure you read the fine print.

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2:30
AM
Episode 303H

Grab your flashlights and duct tape because host Michael McKean uncovers the truth behind the world's greatest edible emergencies. He discovers how a massive blackout in New York City led to the decadent Blackout Cake, that Tapioca pudding is no good at puddin' out fires, and that a tidal wave of sweet molasses nearly broke Boston.

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3:00
AM
Episode 204

Host Michael McKean takes a look at how some favorite food combinations got hitched. Michael traces the origins of peanut butter and jelly to the trenches of World War II, sees how spaghetti and meatballs went from Italy to America and finds out if chicken and waffles met after a late-night jazz set.

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3:30
AM
Episode 206

Host Michael McKean goes to bat finding out how our favorite stadium goods got tickets to the big leagues. Michael traces the football tailgate to a Civil War battlefield, shows how important the hot dog is to baseball's existence, and uncovers how the difficult-to-eat nachos became a stadium standard.

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