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Sunday, Nov 19

7:00
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Episode 101

Donut-makers Derek from Wyoming, Rachelle from Toronto and Nate from Nebraska compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Love" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

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7:30
AM
Episode 104

Donut-makers Maria from Georgia, Ron from California and pastry chef Kristen from Toronto compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Fire and Ice" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

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8:00
AM
Episode 203F

Host Alfonso Ribeiro explores snacks that know how to put that little crunch in your munch, like See's Candies peanut brittle and Snak King's crispy Taco Litos. Then, learn about Peking Noodles' aptly named Crunchy Noodles, and how Primrose Candy Company has perfected the mix of crunch and chew in their Strawberry Bon-Bons.

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8:30
AM
Episode 103

Pucker up and rev up your sweet tooth as host Alfonso Ribeiro and Unwrapped 2.0 explore snacks with the tongue-tingling twist of sweet and sour! Watch Sechler's Pickles turn pickles into candy and see how Byrd Cookie Company makes key lime pie into a bite size cookie. We'll fill you in on what's new and different with the classic Lemonhead and why Affy Tapple gets an A+ for its Caramel Apple with Peanuts.

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9:00
AM
Episode 107

Alfonso Ribeiro and Unwrapped 2.0 go nuts for nuts! Tumbled in sugar, nestled in chocolate, whatever you do with nuts, it's hard to go wrong. Find out how one candy bar did active military duty in WWI, how the French Burnt Peanut gets its unique bumps and why there's nothing quite like a warm praline right off a marble slab. Finally, peanut butter and chocolate combine to make a truly Tasty Kake!

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9:30
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Episode 201F

It's movie munchies madness as host Alfonso Ribeiro goes behind the scenes of blockbuster sweets like Dots and Cookie Dough Bites. Then, find out how to add a punch to your sweet tooth with mouth-puckering Sour Straws and San Diego Pretzels' salty Jumbo Soft Pretzel.

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10:00
AM
Episode 211

It doesn't matter what the weather is like outside, there's always room for a frozen sweet treat. We take a brain-freezing journey and discover ice cream made with liquid nitrogen, shaved ices drenched in sugary sweet concoctions, unique drinkable concoctions and cones with a surprise inside.

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10:30
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Episode 413

There's nothing better than the perfect cookie -- unless you take two of them and put some filling in between! At DC Patisserie they make delicate macaron with delicious American flavors. Milk Cult in Washington, D.C., has a true fan following for their unique ice cream sandwiches. And in New York, an art gallery/spice lab creates little sandwich cookies exploding with flavor.

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11:00
AM
Episode 509

We travel across the nation to find the most original ice cream creations. At Morgentern's Finest Ice Cream in New York, inventive flavors and unusual toppings take center stage. If you're feeling nostalgic, Publican Quality Meats in Chicago is bringing back a childhood favorite with their amazing pub pops, one push of this frozen pop and you'll be hooked. And in Colorado, Fior di Latte makes a delicious horchata affogato and a colorful cake using their creamy, silky gelatos.

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11:30
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Episode 603

These frozen treats go far beyond vanilla, chocolate and strawberry scoots. In Honolulu, Shimazu Store pushes the boundaries of shave ice, a uniquely Hawaiian treat. In New York, Ice and Vice uses unconventional ingredients to create edgy desserts for adult palates. In Burbank, Calif., Quenelle is changing the rules of the frozen-treat game, with creations including ice cream sandwiches with fresh, hot, funnel cakes.

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12:00
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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1:00
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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1:30
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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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2:00
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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2:30
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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3:00
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Episode 102

Ali Khan reveals the best meals that Austin has to offer in a sweet and savory stop that includes: migas tacos at a popular roadside stop, authentic Texas barbecue, a buttery journey in baking and a Bayou experience straight from MawMaw's recipe book, this sweet and savory stop in Austin reveals some of the best meals the city has to offer.

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3:30
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Episode 103

Ali Khan hits the ground running in Boulder at a diner with pancakes so manly, only a chef who moonlights as a strong man could make them. Then he seeks out some of the most authentic Chinese noodles found on the West Coast and finishes his day at a Boulder staple with a soulfully-crafted shrimp po' boy, accompanied by one of the best views in the city.

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4:00
PM
Episode 306H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Spokane, Wash. for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali breaks his fast with a farm-to-food truck twist on the classic P.B.& J. Then he takes a walk on the wild side with a crazy hot dog from the secret menu. After refreshing his palate with the martini of milkshakes, he finishes his night off with sweet and savory pulled pork pizza unlike anything you've ever seen. Spokane's food scene is on point, taking Ali on a full-on culinary adventure of flavor.

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4:30
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Episode 307H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Nashville for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali kicks things off in Music City with a breakfast weenie smothered in a cheesy hash brown casserole, before devouring a delicious and award winning barbecue sandwich. Then he'll snack on a giant cinnamon roll as big as his head, before an encore of Nashville's famous super spicy hot chicken. This city may be a music mecca, but it's also a foodie's paradise.

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5:00
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.

5:30
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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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6:00
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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6:30
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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7:00
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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7:30
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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8:00
PM
Episode 709H

We're headed to New Orleans for some seriously delicious, world-renown food. From Po' Boys at Johnny's to Drago's amazing oysters, the Big Easy charms us with its distinct culinary style. It's not a trip to NOLA without having a Muffaletta at Domilises. The gumbo at Dooky Chase's is not to be missed, but the best way to start the day is with the namesake pastries from local favorite, Café Beignet.

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8:30
PM
Episode 509FUH

Bon Apetit! We take a Tour de America for ooey gooey cheesy Raclette, velvety fig laced Foie Gras and a delicious caramelized cake made with crepes and cream! These are just a few of the French dishes Alton Brown, Claire Robinson, Ming Tsai and others say are "magnifique!"

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9:00
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Episode 601F

Guy Fieri, Michael Symon, Alton Brown and Bobby Flay are just a few of the star spangled chefs wavin' a flag for their favorite All American dish. We're talkin' sauced-up BBQ Fried Chicken, a Hot Dog with 50 topping choices, an Apple Pie smothered in salted caramel, and a sandwich so gloriously over-the-top it can only be American!

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9:30
PM
Episode 603FUH

A burger smothered in slaw, a lasagna sandwich, bread oozing with sweet decadent chocolate ... these are just a few of the dishes Andrew Zimmern, Duff, Alton Brown and others say are delicious, gooey, sloppy and best of all ... messy!

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10:00
PM
Episode 305H

Don't forget to bring some form of ID because host Michael McKean gets the scoop on some famous dishes that were named after actual people. He finds out that Bananas Foster was created out of corruption, the Caesar Salad started a family feud, and that Fettucine Alfredo was once used as mouthwatering medicine.

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10:30
PM
Episode 301H

Join host Michael McKean as he figures out why some classic culinary combos are a match made in heaven. He discovers that grilled cheese and tomato soup found love at a school cafeteria, that our brains are wired to crave peanut butter and chocolate. Then, he finds out that there's scientific proof that chocolate and caviar have perfect chemistry.

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11:00
PM
Episode 208

Host Michael McKean gives thanks for our favorite Thanksgiving grub. He uncovers whether the turkey or the country came first, how burnt marshmallows ended up on sweet potatoes and if a lawyer gave up his career to put cranberries in a can.

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11:30
PM
Episode 205

Host Michael McKean chases rainbows to explain how our food's color can leave us tickled pink or feeling blue. Michael uncovers if cheddar cheese is really orange and if color can cause a taste bud blackout. Miss this golden opportunity to find out, and you may be left green with envy.

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12:00
AM
Episode 709H

We're headed to New Orleans for some seriously delicious, world-renown food. From Po' Boys at Johnny's to Drago's amazing oysters, the Big Easy charms us with its distinct culinary style. It's not a trip to NOLA without having a Muffaletta at Domilises. The gumbo at Dooky Chase's is not to be missed, but the best way to start the day is with the namesake pastries from local favorite, Café Beignet.

More About This Episode
12:30
AM
Episode 509FUH

Bon Apetit! We take a Tour de America for ooey gooey cheesy Raclette, velvety fig laced Foie Gras and a delicious caramelized cake made with crepes and cream! These are just a few of the French dishes Alton Brown, Claire Robinson, Ming Tsai and others say are "magnifique!"

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1:00
AM
Episode 601F

Guy Fieri, Michael Symon, Alton Brown and Bobby Flay are just a few of the star spangled chefs wavin' a flag for their favorite All American dish. We're talkin' sauced-up BBQ Fried Chicken, a Hot Dog with 50 topping choices, an Apple Pie smothered in salted caramel, and a sandwich so gloriously over-the-top it can only be American!

More About This Episode
1:30
AM
Episode 603FUH

A burger smothered in slaw, a lasagna sandwich, bread oozing with sweet decadent chocolate ... these are just a few of the dishes Andrew Zimmern, Duff, Alton Brown and others say are delicious, gooey, sloppy and best of all ... messy!

More About This Episode
2:00
AM
Episode 305H

Don't forget to bring some form of ID because host Michael McKean gets the scoop on some famous dishes that were named after actual people. He finds out that Bananas Foster was created out of corruption, the Caesar Salad started a family feud, and that Fettucine Alfredo was once used as mouthwatering medicine.

More About This Episode
2:30
AM
Episode 301H

Join host Michael McKean as he figures out why some classic culinary combos are a match made in heaven. He discovers that grilled cheese and tomato soup found love at a school cafeteria, that our brains are wired to crave peanut butter and chocolate. Then, he finds out that there's scientific proof that chocolate and caviar have perfect chemistry.

More About This Episode
3:00
AM
Episode 208

Host Michael McKean gives thanks for our favorite Thanksgiving grub. He uncovers whether the turkey or the country came first, how burnt marshmallows ended up on sweet potatoes and if a lawyer gave up his career to put cranberries in a can.

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3:30
AM
Episode 205

Host Michael McKean chases rainbows to explain how our food's color can leave us tickled pink or feeling blue. Michael uncovers if cheddar cheese is really orange and if color can cause a taste bud blackout. Miss this golden opportunity to find out, and you may be left green with envy.

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