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Saturday, Dec 2

7:00
AM
Episode 107

Girls just want to have fun, so Tiffani Thiessen is bringing Elizabeth Berkley and Emily Procter over to the house for some delicious dinner and, of course, drinks! Tiffani will be making Grilled Ciabatta with Ricotta and Snap Peas, Roasted Chicken with Orange Glaze, Roasted Asparagus, and an Orzo Salad with Corn, Arugula and Cherry Tomatoes. To top it off, a sweet, pink and bubbly Watermelon-Champagne Cocktail.

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7:30
AM
Episode 202

A cup of tea makes everything better, especially when it's a Cherry Green Tea Cocktail shared with Tiffani Thiessen's mom friends, Vanessa Lachey and Bree Turner. Tiffani whips up her scrumptious Blueberry Lemon Scones topped with Honey Butter and Blackberry Jam, followed by an earthy Roasted Beet Salad and three types of delicious tea sandwiches, Truffled Egg Salad, Curried Chicken Salad, and Goat Cheese with Pecans.

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8:00
AM
Episode 106

Cozying up with old friends Bill Bellamy, Mario Lopez and his wife, Courtney, Tiffani Thiessen is bringing out some of her comfort food favorites! Who doesn't love a gooey Grilled Cheese with Caramelized Onions, especially when you can dip it in a big bowl of Homemade Roasted Tomato Soup? Plus, Tiffani is making Popcorn coated in rich peanut butter, caramel and chocolate. Don't forget the cocktail -- a refreshing Rosemary Greyhound!

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8:30
AM
Episode 301

Tiffani Thiessen creates a rustic and flavorful menu for her friends Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay. Her Honey Garlic Salmon smoked on the grill pairs perfectly with her Grilled Vegetable Couscous Salad. Then, Tiffani shakes things up with a Blackberry Mint Mule and her Cardamom Nectarine Galette ends the meal on a sweet high note.

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9:00
AM
Episode SP2

Tiffani Thiessen and husband, Brady Smith, host a holiday party for their nearest and dearest friends, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and his wife, Catriona; Tim and Elisa DeKay; and Jason and Naomi Priestly. This festive feast features a whole Smoked Turkey with Crispy Skin, Fennel and Sun-Dried Tomato Dressing, Cheesy Potatoes au Gratin, homemade boozy Blood Orange Cranberry Sauce and fresh-baked Gruyere and Thyme Rolls. For dessert, Tiffani serves up Brady's favorite, Bourbon Pecan Pie with Homemade Vanilla Whipped Cream. Of course, it's not the holidays without some sparkle: For her festive bash, Tiffani fashions a bubbly bar where her guests create their own sparkling cocktails.

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10:00
AM
Episode 1C12UH

Alton Brown helps us work through the fear with a very strange board game and a trip through his intestinal track while still taking time for "real" baked beans, Black Bean Salad and the fastest Hummus on Earth.

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10:30
AM
Episode 1G14UH

Whether they're the main ingredient or a supporting player, nuts have needs -- special needs if we're going to get the most out of them. Alton Brown shares better ways to store and cook with all varieties of nuts. Recipes include: Pistachio Fruit Balls, Cashew Sauce, Macadamia Nut Crusted Mahi Mahi, Macadamia Nut Crust, Pistachio Mixed Herb Pesto.

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11:00
AM
Episode 0902

Alton Brown is called to a normal, suburban house one night to "treat" a boy who, having been told that he can't leave the table until he eats his peas, hasn't left the table for a very long time. Alton tempts him with Green Peas with Cheese and Herbs, Curried Split Pea Soup and Split Pea Burgers.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1405

Alton Brown has everything you never knew you wanted to know about procuring, preserving and presenting the first vegetable of the season, asparagus. Buying, storing, and cooking are investigated as well as the science behind that ... um ... funny smell.

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12:00
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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12:30
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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1:00
PM
Episode 207

Host Michael McKean opens up a sandwich discussion and cuts the crust off some "deli-cut" issues. He finds out if the sandwich was actually named after a guy named sandwich, the correct name for an Italian sandwich and if the burrito is on the docket of sandwich court.

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1:30
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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2:00
PM
Episode 206

Roger Mooking meets two chefs celebrating South American grilling styles in northern California. At Farmstead Restaurant in St. Helena, Chef Stephen Barber built a "live fire" cook area, for Argentinian Asado, where Roger and Stephen slow cook spring lamb. In Healdsburg, Roger and Mateo Granados, chef of Mateo's Cocina Latina, build an outdoor oven out of bricks and cinder blocks. Marinated whole ducks, pork loins and leg of lamb are placed onto large Brazilian skewers and cooked on top of the oven.

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2:30
PM
Episode 207

Roger Mooking visits two legendary barbecue joints in Central Texas where just the right amount of smoke and heat transforms the meat into delicious eats. At Kreuz Market in Lockhart, Texas, they have eight pits for cooking, acres of wood for burning and hundreds of pounds of delicious barbecue for stick-to-your-ribs eating. At Louie Mueller Barbecue in Taylor, Texas, third generation pit master Wayne Mueller gives Roger an experience of a lifetime.

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3:00
PM
Episode 209

Roger Mooking heads to Texas and Louisiana to feast on classic Cajun cooking. In small town Mamou, La., there's a big time smokehouse filled with five hundred pounds of Southern smoked favorites. Roger helps owner T-Boy fill the room with sausages, tasso, ribs and jerky. A selection of smoked meats is then stirred into a pot of T-Boy's famous red beans and served over white rice. In College Station, Texas, a professor originally from Louisiana has transformed a shed into a smoker in order to make Cochon de Lait, a Cajun pig roast.

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3:30
PM
Episode 208

Roger Mooking takes a trip to West Point, Texas, to meet Tink Pinkard. Tink is an outdoor guide, hunter, fisherman, caterer and all-around nice guy. Together they build a barbecue pit out of cinder blocks and prepare Italian porchetta. While the pig slowly roasts over coals, Tink teaches Roger how to fly-fish and takes him to a neighbor's longhorn ranch. It's a wild and delicious adventure that Roger won't soon forget.

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4:00
PM
Episode 604H

Roger meets a pit master with a PhD who cooks Carolina-style whole hog barbecue in Louisiana. Dr. Howard Conyers is an engineer for NASA by day, but a pit master at night, on weekends, and every moment in between. His family has been cooking whole hogs for generations and he is preserving a time-honored tradition, taking the pig out of the rig and right into the ground. Roger and Howard break out the heavy machinery and flex their muscles to dig out a pit, and build a raging fire in a towering burn barrel.

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4:30
PM
Episode 605H

Roger Mooking's quest for lip-smacking smoked meat leads him back to the Lone Star State. In Houston, Grant Pinkerton is an award-winning pit master who recently opened up his first restaurant. His specialty is Central Texas barbecue, but he likes to think outside the firebox and cooks up one-of-kind cuts. Roger and Grant season two whole goats with a spice blend that includes guajillo chile, cumin and red pepper. The tender meat gets hand-pulled and piled on tortillas and topped with all the fixings, and served with a side of Mexican street corn. Then Roger meets up with Chef Andrew Wiseheart of Austin. When Andrew isn't in his kitchen at Contigo Restaurant, he is playing with fire in the great outdoors with a one-of-a-kind rig. Roger and Andrew rub whole chickens with fruity green peppercorns and hang them to slowly spin over coals. To complete the meal, they stuff whole squash with a medley of hearty vegetables and farro to cook hot and fast by the flames.

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5:00
PM
Episode SP1

In this special one-hour episode, host Roger Mooking looks back at some of his favorite grilling moments on Man Fire Food from locations both big and small.

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6:00
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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7:00
PM
Episode 106H

Roger Mooking travels the country to discover the top fifteen greatest pork dishes. Regional pride and bragging rights are a big part of the evolution of these exceptional pork dishes, not to mention the unbelievable variety. Pig cheeks, pig feet, bacon bombs, ribs, ham, pork wings, and whole hog are all a delicious part of the wide world of pork.

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8:00
PM
Episode 102H

Roger Mooking cannot resist the sweet, succulent smoky goodness of barbecue as he canvases the country on the lookout for the fifteen best barbecue dishes wherever he can find them. For as long as there has been fire, man has been barbecuing over it. Brisket, chicken, whole hog, mutton, and even a breakfast taco are just a few of the saucy delights to be found when fire, meat, and seasoning intersect in juicy perfection.

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9:00
PM
Episode 104H

Pizza is one of man's most popular inventions and everyone's favorite food. So when Roger Mooking presents the top fifteen pizza offerings in the whole country, it's bound to be a revelation. From the paper-thin crusts of New York, to the wood-fired ovens of the west coast, to the bottomless deep dish of Chicago, and with toppings many have never even considered, being called the best finally puts pizza on the pedestal it deserves.

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10:00
PM
Episode 107H

In the culinary world of signature meals, nothing else compares to the sensory experience of steak. There's the sizzle, the beefy aroma, the flowing juices, the red marbleized texture practically begging for the cut of the knife. And then finally it's allowed to melt in the mouth. Roger Mooking searches the country for the top fifteen finest cuts and the most perfect intersections of meat, seasoning, and fire.

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11:00
PM
Episode 101H

Roger Mooking travels America to reel in the fifteen very best seafood dishes. Freshness is key and location matters. From the Atlantic seaboard to the Pacific coast, down deep in the bayou, and high in the Rockies, there's no limit to what seafood lovers will do to sink their teeth into nature's delectable all you can eat buffet. Shrimp, lobster, snapper, or grouper, and fried, steamed, baked, or smoked, no oyster shell is left unturned.

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12:00
AM
Episode 102H

Roger Mooking cannot resist the sweet, succulent smoky goodness of barbecue as he canvases the country on the lookout for the fifteen best barbecue dishes wherever he can find them. For as long as there has been fire, man has been barbecuing over it. Brisket, chicken, whole hog, mutton, and even a breakfast taco are just a few of the saucy delights to be found when fire, meat, and seasoning intersect in juicy perfection.

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1:00
AM
Episode 104H

Pizza is one of man's most popular inventions and everyone's favorite food. So when Roger Mooking presents the top fifteen pizza offerings in the whole country, it's bound to be a revelation. From the paper-thin crusts of New York, to the wood-fired ovens of the west coast, to the bottomless deep dish of Chicago, and with toppings many have never even considered, being called the best finally puts pizza on the pedestal it deserves.

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2:00
AM
Episode 107H

In the culinary world of signature meals, nothing else compares to the sensory experience of steak. There's the sizzle, the beefy aroma, the flowing juices, the red marbleized texture practically begging for the cut of the knife. And then finally it's allowed to melt in the mouth. Roger Mooking searches the country for the top fifteen finest cuts and the most perfect intersections of meat, seasoning, and fire.

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3:00
AM
Episode 101H

Roger Mooking travels America to reel in the fifteen very best seafood dishes. Freshness is key and location matters. From the Atlantic seaboard to the Pacific coast, down deep in the bayou, and high in the Rockies, there's no limit to what seafood lovers will do to sink their teeth into nature's delectable all you can eat buffet. Shrimp, lobster, snapper, or grouper, and fried, steamed, baked, or smoked, no oyster shell is left unturned.

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