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Thursday, Nov 16

7:00
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Episode 207

While Baltimore may seem like an unlikely place to find quality Mexican fare, its proximity to the Chesapeake Bay brings with it access to world-class seafood and other quality ingredients. Chef Aarón Sánchez digs in to Gypsy Queen Food Truck's soft shell crab taco, has cow tongue at La Tolteca, the highly technical chilaquiles at Papi's Tacos and finishes off a great trip with a Caribbean-influenced taco at Woody's Rum Bar.

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7:30
AM
Episode 103

Catch up with celebrity chef Aarón Sánchez in Portland, Ore., as he highlights the most popular Hispanic flavors in a city known for its farm-fresh ingredients and Pacific Northwestern delights. Partake in the pulpo "octopus" tacos at Uno Mas. Then congregate in the "green kitchen" at Verde Cocina for an amazing quinoa stuffed chili relleno. Visit a Mexican Mercado famous for its crazy-good carnitas with fresh cactus salad. And finally, settle into an evening on Division Street at Mi Mero Mole with a Mexico City classic -- Guisado of Rojas Con Crema -- right in the epicenter of Portland's exploding food scene.

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8:00
AM
Episode 203

San Diego is brimming with amazingly authentic Mexican food. From the layers of fish and shrimp ceviche on the Tostada Loca at Mariscos German Beyer, to traditional lamb head barbecue at Aqui Es Texcoco, Pork Carnitas Tacos at Carnitas Snack Shack, and Smoked Fish Tacos at Oscar's Mexican Seafood, Chef Aaron Sanchez has his work cut out for him as he eats his way through this world-class culinary destination.

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8:30
AM
Episode 106

Celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez is heading to Nash-Vegas to get down on some very Southern takes on his beloved taco. At Mas Tacos Por Favor, we'll get a 2-for-1 with their Deep-fried Avocado Taco and their Sweet Potato taco. At Smoke Et Al, their House-Smoked Pork Belly and BLT Taco will have you reaching for a sweet tea. Delta Bound is throwing down Deep Fried Catfish Tacos with Creole flavors straight from the Mississipi Delta. And finally Taco Mamacita is throwing down Peruvian Chicken Chorizo tacos - and we'll be washing 'em down with Black Cadillac Bourbon margaritas!

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9:00
AM
Episode 511

Gourmet street food in San Francisco at the Cosmic American Voodoo Van, Columbus at the Ajumama truck, Ontario at the Karma ChaMEALeon, and finally Austin, Texas a the Biscuits and Groovy Trailer.

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9:30
AM
Episode 517

The best curbside eats in Phoenix Arizona at the Frank Truck, in Austin Texas at the Mickelthwait Craft Meats trailer, in Victoria, British Columbia at the Deadbeetz truck and finally in San Antonio, Texas at the Lagniappe Today truck.

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10:00
AM
Episode 524

Flavours that are out of this world in Houston, Texas at the Eatsie Boys bus, in Knoxville, Tennessee at the Savoury and Sweet truck, in Orlnado, Florida at the Café Rouge truck and finally we land in Denver Colorado at the Orange Crunch cart.

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10:30
AM
Episode 521

The greatest value on wheels in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Frencheeze food truck, in San Antonio, Texas at the Spice Sea truck, in Denver Colorado at the Street Eats truck and finally back in San Antonio again at the Crazy Carl's truck.

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11:00
AM
Episode 205

Come see what's between the buns at these burger joints that are taking the American classic to the next level. Whether it's with foie gras in Philly, pimento cheese in Atlanta, umami in Los Angeles or truffles in New York, these burgers will blow your culinary mind!

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11:30
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Episode 207

We're showing you unique sandwiches from across the country and the people who make them so special. A Jewish deli in New York with roots in Montreal is serving up their signature smoked meat. Classically trained French chefs in San Francisco are upgrading some Asian classics while just down the street, a hands-on chef from Massachusetts is making everything from scratch. And in Portland, OR, three friends from North Carolina are turning out the best biscuit sandwiches in town.

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12:00
PM
Episode 105

The meals are hand-held at these hot spots, but the unique flavors are the big attraction. Authentic Mexican cuisine pioneer Rick Bayless celebrates Mexico's most beloved street food and snacks, while two brothers bring decadent Italian toasts to one of New York's hippest neighborhoods. A Top Chef winner turns traditional Eastern-European cuisine on its head with inspirations from his own Scottish-Israeli heritage. And a former fine dining chef feeds the need for cheese on the streets of Los Angeles, one gourmet grilled cheese sandwich at a time.

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12:30
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Episode 303

We're checking out some of the most unique delis in the country. Deli by day, intimate restaurant at night, Torrisi Italian Specialities in New York's Little Italy neighborhood is celebrating Italian-American food but peppered with many modern and delicious twists. Joan's on Third is the go-to gourmet deli in Los Angeles where you can rub elbows with celebrities while devouring a grilled cheese short rib sandwich. The humble hot dog gets a culinary upgrade at Neal's Deli in North Carolina, and for Jewish delicatessen classics just like bubby used to make, step into Eleven City Diner in Chicago.

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1:00
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Episode 304

Pull up a barstool at these unique pubs where the food is delicious and daring. Step into Joe Beef in Montreal for their signature creamy lobster spaghetti, rich Swedish Meatballs and indulgent Foie Gras. Visit Double D. Longman and Eagle in Chicago where there is a critically acclaimed gastropub downstairs and a cozy inn upstairs. Go to Citizen Public House in Boston for the Carpetbagger, a filet mignon with fried oysters and oyster butter. And, it's a step back in time at Henry Public in Brooklyn for pre-prohibition cocktails and comfort foods like braised turkey sandwiches and made-to-order doughnuts.

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1:30
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Episode 404

When you're out having a drink, you gotta have food to soak it up. So why not dig into something beautifully prepared and utterly unique, yet still sinfully delicious? Taste a devilish concoction called The New Luther, a hearty and addictive steak and kidney pie, a total twist on chicken wings and a curious bar snack called Num Nuts.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1105

Whether filling in for your French teacher or your favorite spice, substitutes can be every bit as successful as the original. Join host Alton Brown and a handful of substitute chefs as they take on a few good recipes (Southern Biscuits, Faux Peanut Sauce and The Chewy Gluten Free) with one ingredient tied behind their backs.

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2:30
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Episode 0912

Although the avocado is best known for its starring roll in guacamole, Alton Brown shows how this multifaceted culinary actor can also take on rolls usually played by eggs, butter and even shortening, with Avocado Ice Cream, Avocado Buttercream Frosting and Avocado Compound Butter.

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3:00
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Episode 213F

What do the sunny beaches of Maui, Hawaii and the snowy mountains of Jackson Hole, Wyo., have in common? They're two of the eight places where Food Network stars including Giada, Cat Cora and Duff find their favorite foods served cold -- from a fresh chilled lobster roll to ceviche that is unlike any other ... and let's not forget sweets like lemon ice box pie and passionfruit creme brulee!

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3:30
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Episode 205F

Get ready to unleash your inner carnivore as Food Network stars including Duff, Michael Symon, Ted Allen and Cat Cora bring on the meat! Leg of beast, roast suckling pig, lamb shank, even a tri-tip sandwich ... it's meat that can't be beat!

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4:00
PM
Episode 210FUH

It's so bad it's good! With dishes like a mountainous 24-layer chocolate cake, and a succulent steak stuffed with golden fried oysters, or a pile of crispy duck fat fries smothered in cheese and gravy, it's no surprise Food Network stars including Michael Symon, Sunny Anderson and Claire Robinson are torn between guilt ... and pleasure.

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4:30
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Episode 211F

Things start heating up when Tyler Florence, Ted Allen, Ina Garten, The Neelys and others share their best ever hot and spicy dishes. From delicious mouth-burning Spicy Crab to eye-watering Cajun style Jambalaya Pasta, find out why these dishes and more are making temperatures rise!

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5:00
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Episode 212F

Guacamole with sage, blue cheese, and bacon? Ice cream made from prosciutto? A candy bar that's battered and deep fried? These are just a few of the dishes Food Network stars including Michael Symon, Chris Cosentino, Sunny Anderson and Alton Brown say they never expected to be the best thing they ever ate!

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5:30
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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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6:00
PM
Episode 204

On this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to the Nederland Heritage Festival, where food from around the world is prepared by an army of volunteers. From the Cowboy Pistolettes to Sopapillas, to Chicken Fried Bacon and a very fun egg-stravaganza. Later, he travels to Farmville, NC for the Dogwood Festival - home to southern comfort food with a fair flare. From the Oh Boy! Po' Boy sandwich to Cocoa Bananas home made ice cream, these are real garden goodies.

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6:30
PM
Episode 113

It's the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, and host Noah Cappe has arrived at the Calgary Stampede ready to eat! He starts his visit off with the Stampede's hot new hit, Scorpion Pizza -- a slice of pizza loaded with edible insects. There are fair classics like Deep Fried Butter, Hot Beef Sundae, Deep Fried Mac and Cheese and Saltwater Taffy. Noah partakes of Calgary's cowboy culture in the traditional Stampede Breakfast, and finds some fusion food in the form of the Chicken Tinga Masala Tostada.

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7:00
PM
Episode 201

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is one of the biggest events in Texas. With over 2.5 million visitors a year, it's the perfect place for carnival concessionaires to perfect their offerings. Host Noah Cappe gets a lesson in the meat that makes Texas famous, sampling the Texas Chili Burger and the Big Texas Barbecue Baked Potato. Then he tries a local legend's tamale recipe before rounding off the day with Strawberry Waffle Bombs. Next, he arrives at Lemonade Days in Dunwoody, Georgia to discover a new breakfast concept called Rise & Shine Pizza. A Sushi Burrito is an East-West fusion food that tickles his taste buds while The Funnel Cake Dog proves that even the wackiest carnival concoctions can be a success.

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7:30
PM
Episode 202

Young squire Noah Cappe tries his hand at making the King's Court Conch Fritters, decadent Deep Fried Peanut Butter and Jelly Brownie Bites, a picquant Fried Green Tomato BLT and the Cookies and Cream Sandwich. Biding adieu to his new friends, Noah heads west to Mercedes, Texas where the rough and ready cowboys and girls at the Livestock Show rustle up some western grub like Deep Fried Cheesesteak, Outlaw Fries and the enormous Suicide Taco that's so huge you need two plates and four hands to hold it.

8:00
PM
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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8:30
PM
Episode 112

At the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto, Ontario host Noah Cappe has nothing but appreciation for the Thanksgiving Waffle: a turkey dinner served on a waffle made from classic stuffing ingredients. Ethnic food options abound with traditional Arancini and a vegetarian Tofu Bao Taco. Then it's off to PrairieFest in Oswego, Illinois, where Noah indulges in a Chicago-style Beef and Sausage extravaganza, a Kimchee Korean Dog and some homemade Churros with Deep Fried Ice Cream.

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9:00
PM
Episode 503H

Noah Cappe samples the menu at the Three Rivers Festival in Fort Wayne, Ind. From an Enchilada Funnel Cake to Bacon barbecue Corn, the hits keep coming. For the encore, Noah hits the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa, Calif. where he samples Drunken Pickle Pops and then captures the mysterious Pineapple Unicorn Bomb.

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9:30
PM
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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10:00
PM
Episode 108H

Chef Jordan Andino heads south for a stop in Music City. While Nashville may be best known for its music, it's also known for its mouthwatering cuisine. Jordan starts off his journey through this Southern jewel at Butcher and Bee, where Chef Bryan Weaver's take on fried chicken brings elements of Italy and Japan to Nashville's traditional hot chicken, making it a hands-down favorite. Jordan also learns the secret behind Butcher and Bee's irresistible avocado rice bowl with chicken. Next up, he heads to the 12 South neighborhood, where Mafiaoza Pizzeria has become one of the city's top pizza purveyors. Their best-selling ravioli sticks are incredibly cheesy, and the popular Last Request pizza leaves nothing off the toppings list. Jordan's last stop is a late night destination in a tree. The Treehouse Restaurant's chef Jason Zygmont brings his inventive flair to simple classics, like the best ever BLT and house-made Tonkatsu Ramen.

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10:30
PM
Episode 107H

Chef Jordan Andino is headed to St. Louis, Mo., the Gateway to the West and a wide variety of culinary delights. He kicks off his visit at Guerilla Street Food, which serves up Filipino cuisine with a Midwest riff. Street-style pork is served with calamansi sauce and a poached egg, and fried chicken finds the perfect blend of sweet, salty and tangy. Next up is an old-school diner called The Fountain on Locust, where Jordan gets a taste of classic comfort foods and delectable desserts. A new take on chicken pot pie brings Moroccan flavors front and center, but the dish that takes the cake is the Sundae Gambler -- a pineapple upside-down sundae with bourbon butterscotch and bananas flambe. For his final stop, Jordan ambles into Gamlin Whiskey House and not only discovers where they hide their whiskey -- in braised and bonded short ribs -- but also gets to try a St. Louis staple, the fried ravioli. He caps off his journey with a nightcap reminiscent of Madison Avenue, the sultry smoked Manhattan.

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11:00
PM
Episode 0920

When his trip to Thailand is cancelled at the last minute, Alton Brown sets out to find the next best thing -- food. Namely, a proper Pad Thai. Learn the basics of a good stir fry and what to do with some out of the ordinary ingredients.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1316

Host Alton Brown attempts to set the record straight on the beloved English dish that made India famous, as he makes Lamb Tikka Masala.

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12:00
AM
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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12:30
AM
Episode 112

At the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto, Ontario host Noah Cappe has nothing but appreciation for the Thanksgiving Waffle: a turkey dinner served on a waffle made from classic stuffing ingredients. Ethnic food options abound with traditional Arancini and a vegetarian Tofu Bao Taco. Then it's off to PrairieFest in Oswego, Illinois, where Noah indulges in a Chicago-style Beef and Sausage extravaganza, a Kimchee Korean Dog and some homemade Churros with Deep Fried Ice Cream.

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1:00
AM
Episode 503H

Noah Cappe samples the menu at the Three Rivers Festival in Fort Wayne, Ind. From an Enchilada Funnel Cake to Bacon barbecue Corn, the hits keep coming. For the encore, Noah hits the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa, Calif. where he samples Drunken Pickle Pops and then captures the mysterious Pineapple Unicorn Bomb.

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1:30
AM
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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2:00
AM
Episode 108H

Chef Jordan Andino heads south for a stop in Music City. While Nashville may be best known for its music, it's also known for its mouthwatering cuisine. Jordan starts off his journey through this Southern jewel at Butcher and Bee, where Chef Bryan Weaver's take on fried chicken brings elements of Italy and Japan to Nashville's traditional hot chicken, making it a hands-down favorite. Jordan also learns the secret behind Butcher and Bee's irresistible avocado rice bowl with chicken. Next up, he heads to the 12 South neighborhood, where Mafiaoza Pizzeria has become one of the city's top pizza purveyors. Their best-selling ravioli sticks are incredibly cheesy, and the popular Last Request pizza leaves nothing off the toppings list. Jordan's last stop is a late night destination in a tree. The Treehouse Restaurant's chef Jason Zygmont brings his inventive flair to simple classics, like the best ever BLT and house-made Tonkatsu Ramen.

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2:30
AM
Episode 107H

Chef Jordan Andino is headed to St. Louis, Mo., the Gateway to the West and a wide variety of culinary delights. He kicks off his visit at Guerilla Street Food, which serves up Filipino cuisine with a Midwest riff. Street-style pork is served with calamansi sauce and a poached egg, and fried chicken finds the perfect blend of sweet, salty and tangy. Next up is an old-school diner called The Fountain on Locust, where Jordan gets a taste of classic comfort foods and delectable desserts. A new take on chicken pot pie brings Moroccan flavors front and center, but the dish that takes the cake is the Sundae Gambler -- a pineapple upside-down sundae with bourbon butterscotch and bananas flambe. For his final stop, Jordan ambles into Gamlin Whiskey House and not only discovers where they hide their whiskey -- in braised and bonded short ribs -- but also gets to try a St. Louis staple, the fried ravioli. He caps off his journey with a nightcap reminiscent of Madison Avenue, the sultry smoked Manhattan.

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3:00
AM
Episode 0920

When his trip to Thailand is cancelled at the last minute, Alton Brown sets out to find the next best thing -- food. Namely, a proper Pad Thai. Learn the basics of a good stir fry and what to do with some out of the ordinary ingredients.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1316

Host Alton Brown attempts to set the record straight on the beloved English dish that made India famous, as he makes Lamb Tikka Masala.

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