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Monday, Nov 27

7:00
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Episode 104

Love is in the air as Jason and Naomi Priestley join Tiffani Thiessen and her husband, Brady, for a menu torn from the pages of their own fairy tales! Arugula Salad with White Truffle Oil, Marcona Almonds and Shaved Parmesan, plus juicy Cast Iron Steak Filets with Roasted Shallots are served with Roasted Potatoes. For a twist on dessert, Tiffani says "I do" to an elaborate cheese plate with all the pairings.

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7:30
AM
Episode 110

Dinner at Tiffani's is about to get even better with her good friends Bree Turner, Lance Bass and his husband, Michael Turchin and, of course, breakfast! It's never too late for Bacon, especially when it's coated in a Maple Fennel Glaze, or a Goat Cheese and Red Pepper Frittata, and a light Plum Caprese Salad. Plus, every brunch needs bubbles so Tiffani's pairing all of this with one of her favorite cocktails, a Cranberry Prosecco Fizz.

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8:00
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Episode 206

A delicious meal begins with fresh ingredients, and they don't come fresher than at a farmers' market. Tiffani Thiessen prepares a fun and fabulous veggie-inspired meal for guests Ross Mathews and Daisy Fuentes. On the menu, Creamy caramelized Winter Squash Risotto, Aromatic Grilled Leeks with homemade Tarragon Vinaigrette, tantalizing Blood Orange Vanilla Cocktails and for dessert, Cinnamon Sugar Baked Pears with rich Mascarpone and dried Currants.

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8:30
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Episode 213

Tiffani Thiessen dishes up some of her family favorites with friends Ross Mathews and the Scott brothers, Drew and Jonathan. Nothing says family dinner like a healthy helping of homemade Spaghetti and Meatballs and a Warm Spinach salad with sauteed mushrooms and crispy pancetta. After one bite of Tiffani's decadent 6-Layer Cake with creamy, chocolate icing, her friends might never want to leave!

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9:00
AM
Episode 101

Bobby fondly reminisces about his time spent in Italy as he comes up with an amazing brunch menu inspired by the flavors and food of the Italian Countryside. A sweet and savory Peach and Arugula Salad With Crispy Pancetta and Gorgonzola starts off the meal, followed by a Frittata with fresh Peppers, Onions and a Cherry Tomato Sauce. The meal wouldn't scream Italy if it didn't include gelato, so Bobby ends the meal with a Vanilla Gelato and Espresso Affogato, plus a Blood Orange Campari Prosecco Cocktail.

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9:30
AM
Episode 409

Chef Bobby Flay takes a tasty trip to the cozy and casual trattorias of Italy through his tempting brunch menu. His dishes include Creamy Polenta With Braised Greens and Poached Eggs, Shaved Pancetta With Balsamic Brown Sugar, Honey Roasted Peaches With Cinnamon Mascarpone and to finish it all off, a decadent Salted Caramel Affogato.

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10:00
AM
Episode 103

Inspired by his love of horse racing, Bobby Flay's brunch menu will get you ready to head off to the races in Kentucky Derby style with Country Ham and Fried Eggs served on homemade Angel Biscuits, a Southern staple. He flips Silver Dollar Buttermilk-Pecan Pancakes and serves them with a Bourbon Molasses Butter that would make any Derby goer melt! And for a photo finish, a Southern favorite, Blackberry Iced Tea mixed with some authentic Kentucky Bourbon.

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10:30
AM
Episode 504

Bobby Flay wows with a menu of unexpected waffle creations like Cornbread Waffles with Ranch-Style Eggs and Cilantro Crema and Glazed Waffle Donuts! And speaking of unexpected, he's mixing up a cool Wine Smoothie.

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11:00
AM
Episode 611F

Cesar Gonzalez is an expert in Mexican cuisine and his Fish Tacos are the most authentic that you'll find anywhere in the world. His tasty tacos have earned his restaurant, Mama Testa, numerous awards and top reviews from magazine, newspaper, internet and TV critics. Cesar opened his restaurant with the goal of bringing time honored, classic Mexican recipes to the people of San Diego and he's had unprecedented success. Cesar's pride in his Mexican heritage will be put to the test when his Mexican Independence Day celebration is interrupted by a Throwdown with Chef Flay. Cesar's Fish Tacos are technically perfect, but Iron Chef Flay is putting his own twist on the dish and flying all the way to the west coast to beat Cesar at his own game.

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11:30
AM
Episode 612F

Bob Olguin knows his chiles. He should; New Mexican cuisine is in his blood -- he owns and operates the restaurant his father started in honor of his grandfather. So, it's no surprise his Green Chile Cheeseburger was ranked number 7 on GQ's National Top-20 Burger List. Bob's restaurant, Manny's Buckhorn Tavern, started by dishing up New Mexican favorites to locals but now caters to visitors from far and wide, and the praises keep on coming -- especially for his famed Green Chile Cheeseburger. So the question is: can Bob's burger beat the heat that Bobby brings down to New Mexico on this episode of Throwdown?

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12:00
PM
Episode 613F

Jonathan and Andrew Schnipper are masters of the Manhattan food scene and their Sloppy Joe is hands down the tastiest ever made. The two brothers' conquest of New Yorker's palates started back in 1995 when they opened the first Hale and Hearty Soups in Chelsea Market. Today they have over 20 locations in the New York area. Expanding on the massive success that they've already had, the Schnipper brothers opened their new restaurant, Schnipper's Quality Kitchen 10 weeks ago in the heart of midtown. They boast that they serve "good old-fashioned American food" and it will be the perfect fit when they throw us a party that the whole family can enjoy. Kids and adults will love chowing down on their delicious Sloppy Joe sandwiches, but how will the Schnippers handle it when Iron Chef Flay interrupts the party with his Sloppy Joe Throwdown challenge?

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12:30
PM
Episode 501F

Though Southerners are famous for being sweet, South Carolina's Chef Robert Carter takes the cake. He's been voted South Carolina's chef to beat for seven years, but his six layer, 12 pound, luxuriously rich Ultimate Coconut Cake is his calling card. Carter thinks he'll be showcasing his sinfully sweet cake on a Food Network series called "Crème de la Crème," where he'll be in competition with twelve "mystery" chefs for the title of "America's favorite dessert." What this competitive confectioner doesn't know is that Bobby Flay is the only man to beat, and he's prepared to go cake to cake for this live action Throwdown!

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1:00
PM
Episode 502F

Teddy Folkman is acclaimed for his Belgian specialty, Mussels and Fries, or Moules Frites. At his bistro-style restaurant, Dr. Granville Moore's in Washington, DC, Chef Folkman whips up several different varieties of Moules Frites, each one garnering rave reviews. Teddy eats, lives and breathes this dish so he's excited to share his skill with the Food Network. He has no idea that the moment he gets his mussels ready for the broth and his potatoes ready for the fryer, Bobby Flay will roll in and issue him a Moules Frites Throwdown! Who will win over the crowd and the judges in this competition? Watch and find out.

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1:30
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Episode 503F

With her motto "Eat It to Save it," Native New Orleanean Poppy Tooker is committed to preserving and promoting the foods and flavors of her hometown. She has received critical acclaim for her in-depth cooking classes. Her winning specialty is her Seafood Gumbo. She thinks the Food Network is in town to highlight her twists on this New Orleans favorite. Little does she know that just as she starts preparing her roux, Bobby Flay is going to stir up trouble by issuing Poppy a Seafood Gumbo Throwdown! Watch as Bobby and Poppy go roux to roux!

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2:00
PM
Episode 1313

Alton Brown explains how eating from four basic food groups helped him lose 50 pounds without going on a diet. He also shares recipes for Sherried Sardine Toast, Ginger Almonds and Buff Smoothie.

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2:30
PM
Episode 1F04UH

Yogurt's not just good for you, it's just plain good. Especially when you make your own. Host Alton Brown shows how easy this miraculous feat really is, then demonstrates plenty of ways to use the Fresh Yogurt up, like in Thousand Island Dressing, Lemon-Ginger Frozen Yogurt, Yogurt Cheese, Herb Spread, or Tarragon Yogurt Sauce.

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3:00
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.

3:30
PM
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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4:00
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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4:30
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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5:00
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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5:30
PM
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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6:00
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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6:30
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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7:00
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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7:30
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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8:00
PM
Episode 0105

It's a cornucopia of meat to satisfy every carnivore! Iron Chef Bobby Flay dines on American classics at Wolfgang's Steakhouse in New York City, but Iron Chef Michael Symon skips the standard steakhouse and heads to Lewis Barbecue in Charleston, SC, when he's craving prime rib and beef ribs. Iron Chef winner Tim Love is addicted to the Pig's Ear Salad and Pork Leg Steak at the Purple Pig in Chicago, then Iron Chef winner Lee Anne Wong shares her love for the Argentinean-style grilled skirt steaks, short ribs and sausages at the Ox in Portland, Ore.

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8:30
PM
Episode 0101

Everyone loves pizza, and the folks from Iron Chef have their top picks when it comes to the best pies. Iron Chef Michael Symon loves Motorino in Brooklyn for their Brussels sprouts and marinara pies baked in a wood-burning oven. For authentic New York-style pizza, Iron Chef winner Tim Love joins the crowds at Home Slice Pizza in Austin for pepperoni and white pies. When it comes to deep dish, Iron Chef winner Ken Oringer stands by Chicago pizza institution Lou Malnati's and their sausage-packed classic pie. Finally, Iron Chef winner Brad Farmerie keeps it local in New York City by going to his favorite neighborhood spot, Speedy Romeo, for their St. Louie pie topped with sausage, salami and provel cheese.

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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 102H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood make their way to Treylor Park in Savannah for their spicy shrimp-and-grits tacos! They also try the local spin on spicy chicken wings with the peanut butter and jelly wings. Then it's on to Mississippi where Taylor's Grocery whips up succulent catfish served both blackened and fried. And don't forget the picture-perfect hush puppies that are soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside. For dessert the duo heads to Memphis for a double dose of treats with real fruit ice pops and an award-winning chocolate pie.

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10:30
PM
Episode 100H

Damaris Phillips and Rutledge Wood kick off the most delicious road trip in central Georgia, where the Southern staples shine. They find an unbelievable breakfast at a gas station, where they devour legendary sausages, fried pork chops and lard-filled biscuits. Then, they hit up a BBQ joint in the college town of Athens, Ga. where smoked pork is the star before stopping at a legendary Atlanta institution to see how they've been making fried chicken for generations.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1B06UH

Nobody seems to make jam anymore and Alton Brown has wondered why. It is a time-honored tradition that's easy and delicious. Alton is on a mission to make canning common again! Using good science and easy methods, Alton will show you how to be Spiced Blueberry Jammin'.

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11:30
PM
Episode 0901

Alton Brown takes a loving look at an ancient food for the new millennium: Beef Jerky. How to shop for it, make it with a window fan, and then cook with it as an ingredient in Jerky Tomato Sauce.

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12:00
AM
Episode 0105

It's a cornucopia of meat to satisfy every carnivore! Iron Chef Bobby Flay dines on American classics at Wolfgang's Steakhouse in New York City, but Iron Chef Michael Symon skips the standard steakhouse and heads to Lewis Barbecue in Charleston, SC, when he's craving prime rib and beef ribs. Iron Chef winner Tim Love is addicted to the Pig's Ear Salad and Pork Leg Steak at the Purple Pig in Chicago, then Iron Chef winner Lee Anne Wong shares her love for the Argentinean-style grilled skirt steaks, short ribs and sausages at the Ox in Portland, Ore.

More About This Episode
12:30
AM
Episode 0101

Everyone loves pizza, and the folks from Iron Chef have their top picks when it comes to the best pies. Iron Chef Michael Symon loves Motorino in Brooklyn for their Brussels sprouts and marinara pies baked in a wood-burning oven. For authentic New York-style pizza, Iron Chef winner Tim Love joins the crowds at Home Slice Pizza in Austin for pepperoni and white pies. When it comes to deep dish, Iron Chef winner Ken Oringer stands by Chicago pizza institution Lou Malnati's and their sausage-packed classic pie. Finally, Iron Chef winner Brad Farmerie keeps it local in New York City by going to his favorite neighborhood spot, Speedy Romeo, for their St. Louie pie topped with sausage, salami and provel cheese.

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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!

More About This Episode
2:00
AM
Episode 102H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood make their way to Treylor Park in Savannah for their spicy shrimp-and-grits tacos! They also try the local spin on spicy chicken wings with the peanut butter and jelly wings. Then it's on to Mississippi where Taylor's Grocery whips up succulent catfish served both blackened and fried. And don't forget the picture-perfect hush puppies that are soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside. For dessert the duo heads to Memphis for a double dose of treats with real fruit ice pops and an award-winning chocolate pie.

More About This Episode
2:30
AM
Episode 100H

Damaris Phillips and Rutledge Wood kick off the most delicious road trip in central Georgia, where the Southern staples shine. They find an unbelievable breakfast at a gas station, where they devour legendary sausages, fried pork chops and lard-filled biscuits. Then, they hit up a BBQ joint in the college town of Athens, Ga. where smoked pork is the star before stopping at a legendary Atlanta institution to see how they've been making fried chicken for generations.

More About This Episode
3:00
AM
Episode 1B06UH

Nobody seems to make jam anymore and Alton Brown has wondered why. It is a time-honored tradition that's easy and delicious. Alton is on a mission to make canning common again! Using good science and easy methods, Alton will show you how to be Spiced Blueberry Jammin'.

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3:30
AM
Episode 0901

Alton Brown takes a loving look at an ancient food for the new millennium: Beef Jerky. How to shop for it, make it with a window fan, and then cook with it as an ingredient in Jerky Tomato Sauce.

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