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Monday, Nov 13

7:00
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Episode 106

It's Thanksgiving reinvented: an any-time-of-year turkey, plus four more dishes that can bring that turkey day flavor to your table any time of year. Roasted, Brined Turkey Breast With Maple Worcestershire Gravy and Fruit and Nut Pilaf; Broccoli and Cauliflower Gratin Mac 'n Cheese; Roasted Mushrooms; Parsnip, Potatoes and Spinach Casserole; Ginger-Soy Carrot Soup; Turkey and Mushroom Creamy Tomato "Gravy" With Gnocchi.

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8:00
AM
Episode 0510

Dishes to feed a crowd in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, dishes that double as dinners or sides for the big day, and what to do with leftovers. Bacon and Brussels Sprout Mac and Cheese; Carrot, Sweet Potato, and Squash Soup; BBQ Turkey Gumbo; Turkey, Fennel, and Onions With Buttered Egg Noodles; Turkey, Mushroom, and Corn Casserole

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9:00
AM
Episode 102

Bobby Flay's recent trip to the Emerald Isle was clearly on his mind when he came up with his succulent and savory Irish-style brunch menu. He creates a bountiful family-style platter filled with some of Ireland's favorites such as Fried Eggs, Double Smoked Bacon, Crispy Sausage, Toasted Brown Irish Soda Bread, Cheesy Hash Browns, Roasted Veggies and a frothy Tea Latte to get your day started right.

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9:30
AM
Episode 406

Chef Bobby Flay showcases the amazing spices and flavors of Morocco with this mouthwatering brunch. His menu includes Oatmeal With Honey Roasted Apricots and Pistachios, Moroccan Eggs With Flatbread and Goat Cheese, a refreshing Moroccan Coffee Granita Parfait and beautiful Apricot Mimosa.

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10:00
AM
Episode 206

Bobby derives inspiration from the sweet and savory ingredients of Southern-style cuisine. He cooks up a Sauteed Collard Green Omelet that will have you begging for seconds, along with Mustard Glazed Ham and Pimento Cheese Biscuits that are simply sinful. Then he adds a hearty dose of decadence with his Sour Cream Waffles With Fresh Peaches in a Toasted Pecan Praline Sauce. And to drink, Bobby's B and Tea includes sweet tea with citrus, mint and Bourbon over ice.

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10:30
AM
Episode 501

Chef Bobby Flay dresses up classic diner dishes like Chocolate Hazelnut S'more French Toast, Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal with a Cinnamon Crisp and an anything-goes style Pasta Scramble With Breakfast Sausage, Eggs, Kale and Tomatoes. It's comfort food from the comfort of home!

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11:00
AM
Episode 605F

Jeff Nathan owns Abigael's, New York's largest kosher restaurant which sets a new standard by reviving and reinventing Jewish cuisine for people tired of the same old brisket and noodle kugel. His creative approach to kosher cooking has been enthusiastically received, and resulted in features in The Boston Globe and the NY Jewish Herald. Jeff appeared 18 times on "Live with Regis and Kathy Lee," as well as "Late Night with Conan O'Brian." Jeff thinks Food Network is producing a show called "Kitchen Crusaders," where chefs who cook within certain traditional boundaries showcase recipes which energize old dishes. For this Throwdown, Jeff and Bobby go matzo ball for matzo ball to make even the most discerning Bubbe proud.

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11:30
AM
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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12:00
PM
Episode 507F

The Elegant Farmer has taken the quintessential American dessert and added an award winning twist. Quickly becoming a new classic, their Brown Bag Apple Pie is so popular, they sell 10,000 during Thanksgiving week alone! The secret is in the cooking method. The brown bag allows the apples to steam instead of bake. And when they add their sugar cookie topping, their pie can't be beat. Or can it? Bobby Flay and the Throwdown team are hoping their fried pie creation is scrumptious enough to impress the judges.

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12:30
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Episode 312F

Nothing brings people together like a mouth-watering Thanksgiving turkey, and Renee Ferguson of Geneva, Illinois is the ultimate turkey expert. Author of "Talk Turkey to Me," Renee thinks she is making turkey and dressing for a Food Network Special called "Talkin' Turkey." What she doesn't know is that Bobby Flay is working on his own version of the perfect bird. Will beating the Iron Chef be gravy for this queen of turkey or will Bobby gobble up the competition? One thing is for sure, this will be a Thanksgiving Throwdown to remember.

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1:00
PM
Episode 913FH

Didier Pawlicki has used his Parisian culinary pedigree to orchestrate a Fondue revival in America. His smash hit restaurant, Taureau, in New York City has taken the Big Apple by storm with its quaint atmosphere and his delicious cheesy creations. His meal may be soft and gooey, but this gritty Frenchman is a fierce competitor with nerves of steel. It's fondue or "fon-don't" time for Bobby Flay this Fondue Throwdown.

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1:30
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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 1014

Join Alton Brown as he explores an alien fruit: the pomegranate. As he dissects this mysterious fruit, Alton Brown reveals a variety of applications for all of the pomegranates juicy goodness, like Pomegranate Syrup or Molasses, Tequila Sunrise, Pomegranate Gelatin and Grilled Leg of Lamb with Pomegranate Molasses.

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2:30
PM
Episode 1F03UH

Join Host Alton Brown to learn how to make the most of strawberry season. You can macerate them, glaze them, freeze them with dry ice and even build a summer pudding in a tin can. Alton even holds a quick lesson on the power of antioxidants. Recipes include: Clotted Cream, Macerated Strawberries, Strawberry Pudding and Frozen Strawberries.

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3:00
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Episode 307

Noah Cappe's first stop is at the North Florida Fair in Tallahassee, where he feels the burn with Dead Heat Tacos. He then takes on the Bacon Blast, the two and a half-foot Belly Buster Philly Cheesesteak and Reverend Larry's Oxtail. Next, he heads over the border to the Erin Fall Fair in Ontario, Canada, where he meets up with the original apple dumpling gang for their Ag Ladies Apple Dumplings, goes hog wild for Pork Belly Sliders and carries a torch for Crackle Lanterns.

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3:30
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Episode 308

The Norfolk County Fair in Ontario, Canada, is a culinary carnival. Noah Cappe appreciates the Thanksgiving Bowl, Butter Bacon Poutine, the Cheeseburger Eggroll, and downs it all with Ale and Apple Fritters. In South Carolina, he visits the Columbia Country Fair, where he takes a bite out of Gator Nuggets with Swamp Sauce, squeals with delight over the Hog on a Log and gets dinner and dessert together in the heavenly Angel and Devil Dogs.

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4:00
PM
Episode 309

Noah Cappe is at the Eastern Carolina Agricultural Fair in Florence, S.C., where the Calzagna has him dancing for joy. He then peels into a Deep Fried Philly Blossom, gets hot for a Smokin' Okra Burger and investigates the Deep Fried Banana Pudding. Next, at the Mountain Mandarin Festival in Auburn, Calif., the launches into the Atomic Habanero Tots, The Big Yum and a Mandarin Cheesecake Pizza.

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4:30
PM
Episode 310

Noah Cappe begins his journey at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada, where the Blue Balsamic has Noah saying "yes, cheese" while The Mean Green is pretty nice! He tries on The Great Canadian Rosti, and tops it all off with the Massive Marshmallow Crunch. Later, he makes his way down to the State Fair of Louisiana, where the specialties include Lupita's Gorditas and The Five Pounder burger. He ends his culinary adventure with the sweet Not Yo' Average Nachos.

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5:00
PM
Episode 311

At the spectacular Magical Winter Lights in Houston, two very bright vendors turn Noah Cappe on to fusion favorites The Torthai and The Koagie Dog. Then Noah tries his hand at making a Deep Fried Root Beer Float and torches a Berry Brulee Waffle. Next, he snacks to the future at Dickens on the Strand in Galveston, Texas, donning some Victorian finery for a trip back to Dickensian England. On the menu are Fagin's Fried Shrimp, Scotch Eggs and Deep Fried Baklava.

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5:30
PM
Episode 312

The South Florida Fair in West Palm Beach is one of the first events of the calendar year, and our vendors start the season off right with whacky takes on some fairground classics, with The Waffle Burger and the Donut Philly Cheesesteak. 'Zanado Fries and a S'mores Cobbler round off the day. Then Noah Cappe heads west to the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver, where he gets down with The F Bomb. The Uber-Tater is the ultimate in comfort food, while the Icy Apple Dream sends Noah home on a cloud.

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6:00
PM
Episode 704H

We're in Dallas to show you some of the hottest spots in town. Barbecue is big in Texas, and the brisket at North Main BBQ bowls us over with its world-famous brisket. Fried chicken is one of our favorite foods so you bet we went to Babe's Chicken Dinner House to satisfy our crunchy cravings. And for those of you with a sweet tooth, we find some of the best desserts in Dallas, from the Pecan Ball at Café Pacific to the classic fruitcake at Collins Street Bakery. It's time to dig in to Dallas!

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6:30
PM
Episode 503FUH

Claire Robinson, Ted Allen, Ming Tsai, Alton Brown and others are fired up about their favorite SMOKY dishes -- from fresh oysters smoked with tea leaves to hickory smoked turkey, classic smoked pork ribs to sashimi smoked in a way you've never seen before. Hot smoked, cold smoked or wood smoked, one thing is certain ... these dishes and more are smokin' good!

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7:00
PM
Episode 414FUH

Imagine a dish that tastes like Eggs Benedict but doesn't look anything like it, or fish tacos turned inside out! Or how about a creamy cheesecake that comes on a tree? In this episode Giada, Tyler Florence, Robert Irvine, Ted Allen and others reveal their favorite classic dishes that have been reinvented into something extraordinary.

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7:30
PM
Episode 504FUH

Tyler Florence, Michael Symon, Ming Tsai and Susan Feniger are just a few of the chefs who talk about the one dish they cook really well but then reveal which restaurant does it ... better!

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8:00
PM
Episode 408F

In this special holiday episode, Claire Robinson, Cat Cora, the Neelys and more share their best ever Thanksgiving treats. With dishes like a pulled turkey sandwich with white barbecue sauce, sweet potato cheesecake, dumplings with yam puree and a three course turkey dinner it's easy to see why your favorite Food Network Stars say they have a lot to be thankful for.

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8:30
PM
Episode 606F

Everybody's heard about the bird, but Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Claire Robinson and other Food Network stars spread the word about their best ever bird dishes -- from Crispy, flavorful Peking Duck, and succulent Roasted Quail, to a Turkey stuffed with a Duck and a Chicken!

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9:00
PM
Episode 0109

The culinary authorities at Iron Chef are dishing on their all-time favorite sandwiches. Iron Chef Mario Batali indulges in summertime lobster rolls all year long at Pearl Oyster Bar and roasted cauliflower sandwiches at Num Pang in New York City. Iron Chef winner Ed Lee always makes Domilise's Po-Boys and Bar his first stop in New Orleans for their legendary fried oyster and roast beef po' boy sandwiches. Iron Chef winner Michael Psilakis prefers to start his day with the breakfast club and burrito sandwiches at the Oaks Gourmet Market in Los Angeles, while Iron Chef winner Ken Oringer satisfies his cravings with the meaty brisket and chicken sandwiches Mighty Quinn's Barbecue in New York City.

9:30
PM
Episode 0110

Nothing warms the heart, satisfies the soul and pleases the palate like comfort food! Iron Chef Bobby Flay's go-to comfort eats are the grilled lamb chops and sizzling shrimp at The Greek in New York, while Iron Chef Mario Batali dines on Tortellini en Brodo and Gramigna con Salsiccia at Osteria Morini when he wants to feel transported to Italy. Iron Chef winner Michael Psilakis gets his fill of comfort at Puckett's Grocery in Nashville with their meatloaf and their sweet potato pancakes layered with pulled pork. For Iron Chef winner Eric Greenspan, only a pastrami Reuben and bialy with salmon and cream cheese from Wise Sons in San Francisco can do the trick.

10:00
PM
Episode 100H

Southern food expert Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood are two friends that are obsessed with everything Southern: the people, the culture, but mainly the food. On their road trip through the South, they'll highlight the most memorable dishes and real, down-home restaurants that remind them of the ones they grew up eating in and that always feels like home.

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10:30
PM
Episode 104H

It's all deeply flavored fun as NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood and Damaris Phillips head to Savannah, Georgia, for succulent fried oysters dished up in a waffle cone and some homemade ice cream chilled to perfection. Next, the friends descend on Louisville, Kentucky, for a visit to The Silver Dollar, where they can't pass up some succulent hen grilled in a steam bath of beer. Then, Damaris and Rutledge make a stop at Payne's BBQ in Memphis, Tennessee, to fill up on fall-off-the-bone beef ribs and deep-fried sausage.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1E04UH

Alton helps discover the secrets of cream cheese and its alter-ego mascarpone. Conquer crumb crusts, buy into some pans, and produce both Savory Cheesecake and Sour Cream Cheesecake without a crack in site.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1108

Join host Alton Brown as he reveals the secret to turning this summer superstar, the blueberry, into a year-round treat, making Blueberry Buckle, Blueberry Soda and Frozen Blueberry Pie.

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12:00
AM
Episode 408F

In this special holiday episode, Claire Robinson, Cat Cora, the Neelys and more share their best ever Thanksgiving treats. With dishes like a pulled turkey sandwich with white barbecue sauce, sweet potato cheesecake, dumplings with yam puree and a three course turkey dinner it's easy to see why your favorite Food Network Stars say they have a lot to be thankful for.

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12:30
AM
Episode 606F

Everybody's heard about the bird, but Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Claire Robinson and other Food Network stars spread the word about their best ever bird dishes -- from Crispy, flavorful Peking Duck, and succulent Roasted Quail, to a Turkey stuffed with a Duck and a Chicken!

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1:00
AM
Episode 0109

The culinary authorities at Iron Chef are dishing on their all-time favorite sandwiches. Iron Chef Mario Batali indulges in summertime lobster rolls all year long at Pearl Oyster Bar and roasted cauliflower sandwiches at Num Pang in New York City. Iron Chef winner Ed Lee always makes Domilise's Po-Boys and Bar his first stop in New Orleans for their legendary fried oyster and roast beef po' boy sandwiches. Iron Chef winner Michael Psilakis prefers to start his day with the breakfast club and burrito sandwiches at the Oaks Gourmet Market in Los Angeles, while Iron Chef winner Ken Oringer satisfies his cravings with the meaty brisket and chicken sandwiches Mighty Quinn's Barbecue in New York City.

1:30
AM
Episode 0110

Nothing warms the heart, satisfies the soul and pleases the palate like comfort food! Iron Chef Bobby Flay's go-to comfort eats are the grilled lamb chops and sizzling shrimp at The Greek in New York, while Iron Chef Mario Batali dines on Tortellini en Brodo and Gramigna con Salsiccia at Osteria Morini when he wants to feel transported to Italy. Iron Chef winner Michael Psilakis gets his fill of comfort at Puckett's Grocery in Nashville with their meatloaf and their sweet potato pancakes layered with pulled pork. For Iron Chef winner Eric Greenspan, only a pastrami Reuben and bialy with salmon and cream cheese from Wise Sons in San Francisco can do the trick.

2:00
AM
Episode 100H

Southern food expert Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood are two friends that are obsessed with everything Southern: the people, the culture, but mainly the food. On their road trip through the South, they'll highlight the most memorable dishes and real, down-home restaurants that remind them of the ones they grew up eating in and that always feels like home.

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2:30
AM
Episode 104H

It's all deeply flavored fun as NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood and Damaris Phillips head to Savannah, Georgia, for succulent fried oysters dished up in a waffle cone and some homemade ice cream chilled to perfection. Next, the friends descend on Louisville, Kentucky, for a visit to The Silver Dollar, where they can't pass up some succulent hen grilled in a steam bath of beer. Then, Damaris and Rutledge make a stop at Payne's BBQ in Memphis, Tennessee, to fill up on fall-off-the-bone beef ribs and deep-fried sausage.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1E04UH

Alton helps discover the secrets of cream cheese and its alter-ego mascarpone. Conquer crumb crusts, buy into some pans, and produce both Savory Cheesecake and Sour Cream Cheesecake without a crack in site.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1108

Join host Alton Brown as he reveals the secret to turning this summer superstar, the blueberry, into a year-round treat, making Blueberry Buckle, Blueberry Soda and Frozen Blueberry Pie.

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