TV Schedule

Monday, Dec 4

7:00
AM
Episode 105

If holiday stress is putting a damper on your season, you need this: five no fuss meals that'll have your whole family feeling jolly. Italian Roast Beef; Portobello Cream Sauce With Whole Wheat Linguini; Stuffed Eggplant With Veal or Pork and Spinach; Fleuri's Curry Lentil Soup; Italian Barbecued Beef Sandwiches With Hot and Sweet Caprese Salad.

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8:00
AM
Episode 401

Feed hungry friends and family with five holiday worthy meals that can be made in just one day. Ruby Port Braised Short Ribs and Mashed Potatoes, Prosciutto or Pancetta Wrapped Pork Roast With Fennel and Golden Raisin Stuffing, Pastitsio With Lamb and Sausage, Winter White Coq Au Vin, Risotto Timbale

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9:00
AM
Episode 403

Chef Bobby Flay adds a hint of American influence to French Bistro style dishes for this enticing brunch. His French-American mash up menu features Almond Croissant French Toast, Tarte Flambe With Herbed Creme Fraiche, Double Smoked Bacon and Goat Cheese, Yogurt Creme Brulee With Fresh Fruit and Granola and a Grapefruit Vesper to drink.

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9:30
AM
Episode 314

Bobby Flay's in the mood for a French Countryside-style brunch picnic. First up, a Tomato Tart drizzled with an fresh herbaceous oil, Orange French Yogurt Cake With a Marmalade Glaze, Home Fries cooked in duck fat and Hard Boiled Eggs with Olive Tapenade. And to drink, he's packing a refreshing, homemade pitcher of Citronnade a la Menthe, a light mint lemonade.

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10:00
AM
Episode 410

Chef Bobby Flay demonstrates how to get inventive at brunch with even the simplest ingredient-bread! His creative and resourceful menu features a Frittata di Pane With Broccoli Rabe, Sausage and Ricotta, Blueberry-Lemon Bread Pudding Muffins, Apple and Brie Panini and a Chamomile Cocktail. Man really can live on bread alone!

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10:30
AM
Episode 412

Bobby Flay prepares a warm and hearty brunch that's perfect for entertaining on those cold weekend mornings. His menu features Gingerbread Pumpkin Waffles with Buttermilk-Rum Caramel Syrup, Migas Filled Chile Rellenos with Pulled Chicken, Tomato Salsa and Chihuahua Sauce. He toasts the meal with a Cranberry-Orange Vodka Tonic.

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11:00
AM
Episode 504F

Gerard Nebesky is the Paella Man of Northern California whose unique catering business delivers Spain's national dish to wineries, beach parties, and celebrity bashes from Sonoma Valley to San Francisco. But what will he do when one of his normal Paella classes turns into a Throwdown against Bobby Flay? Gerard uses the classic "one-pan" method of paella making, and he's got the pedigree to win a Throwdown. But BF is bringing his "multi-pan" technique to Gerard's class, and he's hungry for a win.

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11:30
AM
Episode 505F

Jaime Martin Del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu are living the California Dream with their restaurant, La Casita Mexicana. They serve authentic Mexican food and are on a mission to revive precious recipes that have been passed down to them from their ancestors. Their specialty is the Chile Relleno -- a stuffed and fried Poblano Pepper, served with a mouth-watering tomato sauce. Jaime and Ramiro think the Food Network is in town for a series on family food traditions from around the world. Little do they know that their lesson on home cooking is just a cooked up disguise for a Throwdown with Bobby Flay! Will their renowned, authentic Chile Relleno recipe be bold enough to beat Bobby's alternative take on tradition? Watch and find out!

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12:00
PM
Episode 506F

Cake Man Raven has been baking since he was just 9 years old and sold his first cake when he was only 13. Since then, his confectionary creations have been the subject of praise in publications, award ceremonies and national TV programs -- including Food Network! But nothing has earned Cake Man more fame than his signature item, the Red Velvet Cake. In fact, his Red Velvet has become so popular that people line the block of Cake Man's Brooklyn confectionery to get a slice! Cake Man Raven thinks Food Network is working on a special called "Sweet Success," featuring great chefs who have made names for themselves in the pastry arts. But what he doesn't know is that Bobby Flay is working on a red hot cake of his own and hopes to take this Throwdown cake.

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12:30
PM
Episode SP02H

Artist Jay Baron, known for his viral videos of tiny food, is preparing edible miniature food for the holidays with his wife and sous chef, Lesly. Together they make an entire Christmas meal with festive appetizers and a Teeny Tiny Christmas ham. Get a rare behind-the-scenes look at how it's done on a miniature scale.

1:00
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Episode 704F

It is sink or swim in this very special Feast of Seven Fishes Holiday Throwdown! Feast of Seven Fishes is an Italian holiday tradition where families gather and share a delicious multi-course meal of fish. Although, this year 'tis the season for the tables to be turned, when the Pellegrino family of Rao's Restaurant, in New York City, challenge chef Bobby Flay to a holiday Throwdown! Bobby must to turn up the heat and fire up his team in order to compete against a notorious family with 100 years of Italian tradition on its side. Three mouth-watering fish dishes is the menu du jour. As an excited audience gathers to cheer and bask in the festive charm, our chefs get down to business hoping to toast to the holiday with a victory. It is a countdown to show time at Rao's Restaurant in Las Vegas!

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2:00
PM
Episode 0911

Good Eats takes its first serious (sorta) look at the cocktail world by diving into the famed, holiday quaff, Eggnog. Learn the techniques that make it tick, what to do with the leftovers (Eggnog Ice Cream, anyone?), and take a peek into the tasty world of bourbon.

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2:30
PM
Episode 1306

Despite its long and noble history, punch rarely receives the respect it deserves, so Alton Brown begins a quest to return the drink to its rightful culinary position, making Hot Toddy, Good Eats Company Punch and Cape Fear Punch.

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3:00
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.

3:30
PM
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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4:00
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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4:30
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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5:00
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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5:30
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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6:00
PM
Episode 702H

We're in New England, the birthplace of the American Revolution, for some of our favorite food. From Bostonian classics like the Boston cream pie, to sticky buns that'll sway your loyalties, we're taking you on a tour of the best that New England has to offer. Whether it's for the Szechuan sliced fish in Chinatown or the ultimate roast chicken in Cambridge, when it comes to revolutionary food, you're going to want to put New England on your bucket list.

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6:30
PM
Episode 701H

We're headed to Atlanta, one of the largest cities in the South, for some of the best things we ever ate. From barbecued rib tips and top-secret burgers, to "angry" mussels that will make your day, we've got the guide to some of Atlanta's most popular places. And what's better than having a local show you around? Atlanta native Alton Brown takes us to some of his favorite spots and lets us in on locals-only secrets.

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7:00
PM
Episode 703H

Chicago may be famous for its architecture, but we're here for the food! We've got a deep love for Gino's deep dish pizza, and the pork rinds at Publican are some of the best ever. And who doesn't love a hot dog? The classic Chicago Dog at Weiner Circle can't be topped. And in a city where the river turns green, don't be surprised to find that some of the best chocolate is white!

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7:30
PM
Episode 708H

We're touring the amazing Mid-Atlantic, sampling seafood like crab cakes in Baltimore and paella in Washington, DC. We found the perfect breakfast at Golden West Café, and some of the best beef we've ever had at Baltimore favorite, Chap's Pit Beef. And don't think we didn't save room for dessert! From a chocolate, marshmallow, peanut creation called the CMP at Woodberry Kitchen, to Baltimore's own bomb pie, we're trying it all on our Mid-Atlantic mission.

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8:00
PM
Episode 411F

Succulent juicy Prime Rib, sweet delicious Butter Tarts and a sizzling crispy Rack of Pork are just a few of the mouth-watering dishes being cooked by your favorite Food Network stars. In this special episode, Cat Cora, Aaron Sanchez, Ted Allen and others invite us into their homes to serve up the dishes they MAKE for the HOLIDAYS!

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8:30
PM
Episode 201FUH

Sleigh bells are ringing, and a lot more than chestnuts are roasting when Giada, Alton, Tyler, Duff and others reveal their favorite holiday foods. We travel from the snowy streets of Chicago to the beautiful beaches of the Carolinas to track down the treats that top their wish lists, including raisin-studded panettone, smoky southern barbecue, perfectly crisp Peking duck, and more - on this very special HOLIDAY EDITION of The Best Thing I Ever Ate.

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9:00
PM
Episode 204F

Whether it's a cured country ham, a decadent chocolate-caramel brownie, or luxurious caviar, they all have one thing in common ... salt! Food Network stars including Alton, Tyler, Michael Symon and The Neelys reveal eight dishes they guarantee are definitely worth their salt!

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9:30
PM
Episode 202FUH

There's no place like home, there's no place like home ... at least according to Giada, Alton, Ina, and Emeril. They're among the Food Network favorites who reveal the best thing they've ever eaten in their hometowns, from a savory West Coast burger to an out-of-this-world Southern-style hot dog, not to mention the pasta, pizza and Portuguese soup in between.

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10:00
PM
Episode 103H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood are on a road trip through the South for some serious soul food. In Savannah, Georgia, good food is found off the beaten path at Wall's BBQ, where an indoor, open fire pit grills up mouth-watering chicken alongside gooey mac and cheese. Rutledge and Damaris then head to Damaris' hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, for a new take on Southern food at MilkWood. Elevated with Asian flavors, their unique menu includes compressed watermelon and ricotta soup and the chef's over-the-top, pan-seared signature grouper. In Oxford, Mississippi, Southern breakfasts don't come more fully loaded than at Big Bad Breakfast, where the Pylon plate is piled high with a waffle smothered with beef chili, grilled hot dogs and cheese. Damaris and Rutledge also sneak into a secret speakeasy serving up a buttery, crispy grilled cheese sandwiches.

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10:30
PM
Episode 104H

It's all deeply flavored fun as NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood and Damaris Phillips head to Savannah, Georgia, for succulent fried oysters dished up in a waffle cone and some homemade ice cream chilled to perfection. Next, the friends descend on Louisville, Kentucky, for a visit to The Silver Dollar, where they can't pass up some succulent hen grilled in a steam bath of beer. Then, Damaris and Rutledge make a stop at Payne's BBQ in Memphis, Tennessee, to fill up on fall-off-the-bone beef ribs and deep-fried sausage.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1H08UH

Whether you're cooking up a mess of Cheese Grits or a pot of Savory Polenta, cornmeal may just be the most powerful player in the pantry. Join host Alton Brown as he battles with cultural claims, doses up some science and cranks out a Pineapple Upside-Down Cornmeal Cake.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1H09UH

Join host Alton Brown for a collection of short films about his favorite food: cheese. Learn about everything from pasteurization to pairing, lactose to graters. Learn how to make cheese into Cheese Soup, Parmesan Crisps crackers, and Fromage Fort, a spread to end all spreads.

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12:00
AM
Episode 411F

Succulent juicy Prime Rib, sweet delicious Butter Tarts and a sizzling crispy Rack of Pork are just a few of the mouth-watering dishes being cooked by your favorite Food Network stars. In this special episode, Cat Cora, Aaron Sanchez, Ted Allen and others invite us into their homes to serve up the dishes they MAKE for the HOLIDAYS!

More About This Episode
12:30
AM
Episode 201FUH

Sleigh bells are ringing, and a lot more than chestnuts are roasting when Giada, Alton, Tyler, Duff and others reveal their favorite holiday foods. We travel from the snowy streets of Chicago to the beautiful beaches of the Carolinas to track down the treats that top their wish lists, including raisin-studded panettone, smoky southern barbecue, perfectly crisp Peking duck, and more - on this very special HOLIDAY EDITION of The Best Thing I Ever Ate.

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1:00
AM
Episode 204F

Whether it's a cured country ham, a decadent chocolate-caramel brownie, or luxurious caviar, they all have one thing in common ... salt! Food Network stars including Alton, Tyler, Michael Symon and The Neelys reveal eight dishes they guarantee are definitely worth their salt!

More About This Episode
1:30
AM
Episode 202FUH

There's no place like home, there's no place like home ... at least according to Giada, Alton, Ina, and Emeril. They're among the Food Network favorites who reveal the best thing they've ever eaten in their hometowns, from a savory West Coast burger to an out-of-this-world Southern-style hot dog, not to mention the pasta, pizza and Portuguese soup in between.

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2:00
AM
Episode 103H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood are on a road trip through the South for some serious soul food. In Savannah, Georgia, good food is found off the beaten path at Wall's BBQ, where an indoor, open fire pit grills up mouth-watering chicken alongside gooey mac and cheese. Rutledge and Damaris then head to Damaris' hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, for a new take on Southern food at MilkWood. Elevated with Asian flavors, their unique menu includes compressed watermelon and ricotta soup and the chef's over-the-top, pan-seared signature grouper. In Oxford, Mississippi, Southern breakfasts don't come more fully loaded than at Big Bad Breakfast, where the Pylon plate is piled high with a waffle smothered with beef chili, grilled hot dogs and cheese. Damaris and Rutledge also sneak into a secret speakeasy serving up a buttery, crispy grilled cheese sandwiches.

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2:30
AM
Episode 104H

It's all deeply flavored fun as NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood and Damaris Phillips head to Savannah, Georgia, for succulent fried oysters dished up in a waffle cone and some homemade ice cream chilled to perfection. Next, the friends descend on Louisville, Kentucky, for a visit to The Silver Dollar, where they can't pass up some succulent hen grilled in a steam bath of beer. Then, Damaris and Rutledge make a stop at Payne's BBQ in Memphis, Tennessee, to fill up on fall-off-the-bone beef ribs and deep-fried sausage.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1H08UH

Whether you're cooking up a mess of Cheese Grits or a pot of Savory Polenta, cornmeal may just be the most powerful player in the pantry. Join host Alton Brown as he battles with cultural claims, doses up some science and cranks out a Pineapple Upside-Down Cornmeal Cake.

More About This Episode
3:30
AM
Episode 1H09UH

Join host Alton Brown for a collection of short films about his favorite food: cheese. Learn about everything from pasteurization to pairing, lactose to graters. Learn how to make cheese into Cheese Soup, Parmesan Crisps crackers, and Fromage Fort, a spread to end all spreads.

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Junk Food Flip

7:30am | 6:30c

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9:30am | 8:30c

Unwrapped

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Food: Fact or Fiction?

11:30am | 10:30c

Food: Fact or Fiction?

12:30pm | 11:30c

Food: Fact or Fiction?

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Good Eats

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4:30pm | 3:30c

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11pm | 10c

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