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Wednesday, Nov 22

7:00
AM
Episode 203

Surrounded by a colorful lucha libre wrestling-themed restaurant and actual masked luchadors, Nikki Dinki and Bobby Deen go mano y mano against Jose and Diego Rojano's Champion's Chicharrones Nachos, which tip the scales at a massive 169g of fat. After they each attempt to create healthier versions of the dish, Nikki and Bobby finally merge their creations into a 550-calorie shrimp-filled challenger they dub, "Beache' Ceviche."

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7:30
AM
Episode 204

The "Cro-Do Burger" is a 1650-calorie California champion that uses a pancake battered, deep-fried croissant donut as the bun! Long Beach, Calif., is the scenic scene of the flip, with local beachgoers serving as taste testers, but it's no day at the beach for Nikki Dinki and Bobby Deen as they work to get the Challenger's calories and taste just right. Find out the fate of their "Low-Cal So-Cal Burger" and see if a cocky 17-year-old chef can take down the Junk Food Flip chefs!

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8:00
AM
Episode SP1

Bobby and Jamie have a special holiday treat for everyone -- they're cookin' the big Thanksgiving meal for the entire family! Bobby brings home a few edible treats from the big city and Jamie's gathering the freshest ingredients Savannah has to offer. The boys come together in the kitchen and prepare a huge, delicious feast for Paula and the entire family. The Deen Thanksgiving table will be bountiful -- a Fried Turkey With Cornbread Dressing, Sweet Potato Casserole and New York City Cheesecake with a Pumpkin Topping, just to name a few delicious dishes. It's a Deen family Thanksgiving like you've never seen before!

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9:00
AM
Episode 311

Alfonso Ribeiro is showcasing foods with farm-fresh ingredients. Go hog wild over Benton's Bacon, see the Georgian pecans going into Carolina Foods' Duchess Pecan Pies and the North Carolina potatoes in the Trinity Frozen Foods Southern Sweet Potato Fries. Finally, Mott's Snack & Go Strawberry Applesauce Pouch is a treat to see made.

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9:30
AM
Episode 105

Host Alfonso Ribeiro serves up a fantasy league of snacks for this episode of Unwrapped 2.0. Clear off the coffee table for Home Run Inn's Meat Lovers Pizza and the cheese and caramel popcorn mix from Garrett's in Chicago. Also on the lineup; find out how Jaxn's Twice Baked Cheddar Bacon Potato Stix and Rudolph Foods' barbecue pork rinds get their game on.

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10:00
AM
Episode SP8FUH

From cranberry sauce to Jell-O mold and stuffing mix, host Marc Summers reveals the trip these Thanksgiving favorites take to get to your table is a fascinating one. We'll uncover the secrets behind these holiday staples -- more candied yams with mini marshmallows, anyone?

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11:00
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.

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11:30
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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12:00
PM
Episode 201

Host Michael McKean cranks up the heat on food myths, discovering who invented chili, if hot wings bond people closer together and if "spicy" is just in our heads. Grab the oven mitts and plenty of ice-water to find out if there's truth in these five-alarm facts.

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12:30
PM
Episode 203

Host Michael McKean takes a look at how some favorite foods went from paupers to princes. He looks at lobster's prison past, whether creme brulee was always the cream of the crop, and if champagne's fizz almost burst its bubble.

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1:00
PM
Episode 103

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we take a trip around the food globe to find out where some of our most popular international dishes were really born. We know French Fries are fried, but are they French? Pizza and Italy go together like cheese and pepperoni, but can the Italians really claim pizza as their own? And no Chinese meal is complete until you crack open that fortune cookie, but was this crunchy treat really invented in China? We get to the bottom of some shocking food origin stories and uncover the hidden identities of our beloved foreign favorites.

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1:30
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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2:00
PM
Episode 1H18UH

Can a fussy French fricassee fit a modern American lifestyle? Sure. All it takes is a chicken, a couple bottles of wine and, and a little know-how to turn out a Coq Au Vin that's real good eats.

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2:30
PM
Episode 1D12UH

From ordinary chuck to sublime, melt-in-your-mouth flavor: Alton Brown demonstrates how to make perfect Pot Roast without the pot.

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3:00
PM
Episode 216H

Brooklyn Pitmaster, Shannon Ambrosio pulls into Nashville, to take on Michael Powell and his team from Little Choo-Choo BBQ in a barbecue chicken & biscuits brawl. Using help from a Nashville native, Pitmaster Tony Roney, Shannon sets out to "Brooklyn-ize" this Nashville classic, and capitalize on the popularity of "hot-chicken" for his spin. Is Shannon's dish too hot for the judges to handle? Or will they be singing his praises for the win?

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3:30
PM
Episode 213H

Brooklyn Pitmaster, Shannon Ambrosio heads to Indianapolis, to challenge local barbecue favorites, His Place Eatery, in a smoked meatloaf challenge served TV dinner style! With help from Chris Morrison from Black Metal BBQ, these two aim to impress the judges and beat the competition with their "Brooklyn-ized" take on BBQ smoked meatloaf. You've never seen TV dinners like this before!

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4:00
PM
Episode 306FH

Michael Symon and hilarious TV star Billy Gardell embark on an uproarious adventure in Los Angeles filled with laughter, hijinks and visiting a perfect balance of legendary food joints and new spots on the scene. They compare a famous old-fashioned chili burger with an imaginative contemporary take, swing through the city's Koreatown for table-side barbecue and tour downtown's best brewery where they have a bar games faceoff.

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4:30
PM
Episode 104F

Alex Guarnaschelli joins Michael Symon at one of his favorite Manhattan spots, where they combine a bottomless beer selection with the most high-octane hot dog known to man. Next, he shoots down to Nashville where his culinary father figure created a restaurant in his own mother's honor, the woman who first taught him to appreciate the purest burgers and ingredients on earth. Finally, in rural Ohio, he discovers a husband and wife team who use chorizo to give their smoked meatloaf a crazy kick.

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5:00
PM
Episode 305FH

Michael Symon is in the Traverse City area of Northern Michigan with Mario Batali, a longtime summer resident who takes Michael on a tour of his treasured local spots. They enjoy heavenly smoked fish straight from Lake Michigan, delicious brews at his favorite up-and-coming watering hole and the region's famous olive burgers where they end the night rocking out to one of Mario's favorite bands.

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5:30
PM
Episode 205F

New Orleans' favorite son, John Besh, shows Michael Symon his most treasured spot for an incredible burger and sides that play on the region's staples. Next, Michael hops over to Hoboken, N.J. for a juicy, authentic Eastern European pot roast that takes five days to make! Lastly, he builds a super-sized smoked meat sandwich along with a candied praline pie in St. Louis.

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6:00
PM
Episode 210

Roger Mooking travels across Massachusetts to meet two chefs who are putting a brand new spin on fire-roasted, rotisserie chicken. In Great Barrington, Roger visits The Meat Market, where their mobile kitchen is a collection of metal contraptions fueled by wood burning fires, but the one that captures Roger's attention suspends a flock of chickens around a barrel of fire. On Martha's Vineyard, Roger visits Beetlebung Farm where a young farmer serves a New England feast inside a greenhouse.

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6:30
PM
Episode 211

Roger Mooking visits New England for two unique food traditions that celebrate family, friends and the community. On the first Saturday of June, the Rotary Club of Essex in Connecticut roasts three hundred pounds of fish that are nailed onto oak boards with strips of salt pork and cooked around a ring of coals for the annual Shad Bake. In Western Massachusetts, Roger meets Neftali Duran who dug a giant hole in his backyard and lined it with stones and bricks to cook goat barbacoa, a classic dish from his hometown Oaxaca, Mexico. Whole cuts of goat are rubbed down with spicy Mexican flavors, wrapped in avocado and maguey leaves and steamed over a pot filled with cracked corn and water to create a side dish called Masita.

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7:00
PM
Episode 212

In Maine, the love for lobsters runs deep. Roger Mooking visits two places where piles of lobsters are cooked in the coolest wood-fired cookers. In Searsport, a campground is home to a magnificent outdoor kitchen where the Maine event is a feast of lobsters, steamers, mussels and corn cooked in seaweed. In Trenton, a family-run lobster pound boils thousands of pounds of lobsters in pots of boiling seawater set over a wood fire. Roger gets a lesson in cracking lobsters like a true Mainer and helps prepare a classic lobster salad sandwich.

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7:30
PM
Episode 301

Roger Mooking loves a great barbecue sandwich. He heads to The Barbecue Exchange for two sinfully delicious sandwiches -- one is called Heaven and the other Hell and both are packed with pulled pork and bacon. Then it's off to Papa KayJoe's BBQ in Centerville, Tenn., where pork, pickles, slaw and hot sauce are sandwiched between crispy corn cakes.

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8:00
PM
Episode 105H

As the deceptively simple ground meat served on a bun with the perfect combo of condiments and garnishes, the hamburger stands alone as the go-to meal for the American masses. Roger Mooking serves up the top fifteen masterpieces of handheld deliciousness. This is an all-points survey of the amazing variety to which the hamburger has evolved. When the names include the Juicy Nookie, the Brother From Another Mother Burger, and the Burger of the Gods, average is not on the menu.

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9:00
PM
Episode 609H

Roger Mooking heads to the country music capital Nashville, where chefs are playing meaty tunes. At Urban Grub, Chef Edgar Pendley fans the flames in a massive 18-foot-tall hearth and hangs a wall of house-made andouille sausages and pork ribs rubbed with sorghum and spices. Those sausages head into a kettle brimming with a flavorful boil with crawfish, fire-roasted potatoes, and corn. Whole hog barbecue is the main attraction at Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint. Pit Master Pat Martin shares a passion project with Roger, a six-foot-tall rig that can smoke a flock of spice-rubbed chickens suspended in air. To complete this chorus of fiery flavors, there's a side of meaty baked beans and slow-roasted cabbage wedges.

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9:30
PM
Episode 610H

Roger Mooking meets up with two mastermind chefs who show off their radical rigs on opposite ends of the country. In Great Barrington, Mass. Roger puts the pedal to the metal on Jeremy Stanton's "Rotisserie Bike," a genius stationary bike that can turn up to 12 spits at once with nothing more than the force of two hamstrings. After prepping a whole hog, an 80 pound beef leg, and a basket of onions, Roger and Jeremy burn some calories while they take turns to keep the meat turning over three open fires. Then, Roger races off to San Francisco where he and Chef Sophina Uong of Mestiza Taqueria cook up a Filipino-Mexican feast on her lean mean chicken machine. Over 30 chickens are loaded onto bamboo sticks and leaned over an open fire.

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10:00
PM
Episode 308H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Cincinnati for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali hits the ground running with a fancy French puff pastry and goetta breakfast, before digging into Cincinnati style chili. Then the 'Nati hits his sweet spot with a slice of lemon ricotta cake. He ends his day devouring a decadent whiskey barbecue bacon burger.

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10:30
PM
Episode 309H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Detroit for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Motor city has Ali revving his engines and drooling over a plate of cheesy smothered breakfast potatoes, before he stumbles upon the best shawarma in town with fries on the inside. Then he steps on the gas and follows the sweet aroma to a bakery that's serving up a blueberry goat cheese basil mini pie. Finally, he ends his day with a fun and funky pizza pie topped with Coney dogs and mustard.

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11:00
PM
Episode SP07

Years after changing Thanksgiving history forever, Alton Brown and the Good Eats crew take one final shot at the biggest food holiday of the year, making Butterflied, Dry Brined Roasted Turkey with Roasted Root Vegetable Panzanella, Turkey Giblet Gravy, Whipped Potatoes and Bourbon Pecan Pie.

12:00
AM
Episode 105H

As the deceptively simple ground meat served on a bun with the perfect combo of condiments and garnishes, the hamburger stands alone as the go-to meal for the American masses. Roger Mooking serves up the top fifteen masterpieces of handheld deliciousness. This is an all-points survey of the amazing variety to which the hamburger has evolved. When the names include the Juicy Nookie, the Brother From Another Mother Burger, and the Burger of the Gods, average is not on the menu.

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1:00
AM
Episode 609H

Roger Mooking heads to the country music capital Nashville, where chefs are playing meaty tunes. At Urban Grub, Chef Edgar Pendley fans the flames in a massive 18-foot-tall hearth and hangs a wall of house-made andouille sausages and pork ribs rubbed with sorghum and spices. Those sausages head into a kettle brimming with a flavorful boil with crawfish, fire-roasted potatoes, and corn. Whole hog barbecue is the main attraction at Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint. Pit Master Pat Martin shares a passion project with Roger, a six-foot-tall rig that can smoke a flock of spice-rubbed chickens suspended in air. To complete this chorus of fiery flavors, there's a side of meaty baked beans and slow-roasted cabbage wedges.

More About This Episode
1:30
AM
Episode 610H

Roger Mooking meets up with two mastermind chefs who show off their radical rigs on opposite ends of the country. In Great Barrington, Mass. Roger puts the pedal to the metal on Jeremy Stanton's "Rotisserie Bike," a genius stationary bike that can turn up to 12 spits at once with nothing more than the force of two hamstrings. After prepping a whole hog, an 80 pound beef leg, and a basket of onions, Roger and Jeremy burn some calories while they take turns to keep the meat turning over three open fires. Then, Roger races off to San Francisco where he and Chef Sophina Uong of Mestiza Taqueria cook up a Filipino-Mexican feast on her lean mean chicken machine. Over 30 chickens are loaded onto bamboo sticks and leaned over an open fire.

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2:00
AM
Episode 308H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Cincinnati for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali hits the ground running with a fancy French puff pastry and goetta breakfast, before digging into Cincinnati style chili. Then the 'Nati hits his sweet spot with a slice of lemon ricotta cake. He ends his day devouring a decadent whiskey barbecue bacon burger.

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2:30
AM
Episode 309H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Detroit for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Motor city has Ali revving his engines and drooling over a plate of cheesy smothered breakfast potatoes, before he stumbles upon the best shawarma in town with fries on the inside. Then he steps on the gas and follows the sweet aroma to a bakery that's serving up a blueberry goat cheese basil mini pie. Finally, he ends his day with a fun and funky pizza pie topped with Coney dogs and mustard.

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3:00
AM
Episode SP07

Years after changing Thanksgiving history forever, Alton Brown and the Good Eats crew take one final shot at the biggest food holiday of the year, making Butterflied, Dry Brined Roasted Turkey with Roasted Root Vegetable Panzanella, Turkey Giblet Gravy, Whipped Potatoes and Bourbon Pecan Pie.

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