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Monday, Dec 11

7:00
AM
Episode 102

Date night never tasted so good! Tia Mowry and her husband, Cory, play in the kitchen. He'll surprise her with one of his recipes but Tia won't be outdone. Including: Cory's Mac and Cheese, Lamb Lollipops, Broccoli Saute and Cream Cheese Frosting for a store-bought red velvet cake.

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7:30
AM
Episode 208

Tia Mowry's treating herself to a day of decadence and is indulging in some of her favorite foods. She starts her day with a stop to a popular doughnut shop before heading home to make her own Salted Caramel Swirl Ice Cream with Spiced Pecans. She also makes her favorite Fried Chicken with Bacon Waffles and a Grilled Watermelon Salad.

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8:00
AM
Episode 103

It's all about the throwback when Tia Mowry cooks some of her favorite recipes for her favorite girlfriends, while a photo album updates in front of our eyes! With recipes for: Homemade Chicken Stock, Collard Greens, Cornish Hens, Raspberry Cosmo, and Chocolate Banana Almond Milk-less Milkshake

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8:30
AM
Episode 205

It's time for the holidays and Tia Mowry is putting together some of her favorite holiday dishes to share with her closest friends. She'll make Herb-Crusted Beef Tenderloin with a Horseradish Cream Sauce, Miso Brussels Sprouts, Garlic Mashed Potatoes and a Chai-Spiced Bundt Cake before her guests arrive to toast the holiday season.

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9:00
AM
Episode 105

When it comes to Spanish cuisine, Bobby's a true aficionado. He starts off his brunch menu like most Spaniards do -- a Cafe Con Leche with Spiced Sugar Churros and Chocolate Dipping Sauce. The main event features a flavorful Piperrada along with Patatas Bravas With a Roasted Tomato Aioli. And to get this fiesta rockin' he finishes with a refreshing Sangria Sunrise.

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9:30
AM
Episode 203

Bobby creates a menu inspired by one of his favorite places -- Tuscany. Scrambled Eggs With Romano Cheese and Black Pepper start the meal, followed by a Grilled Tuscan Bruschetta topped with fresh Tomatoes and Basil. Bobby moves on to make Orange Ricotta Pancakes with a Caramelized Fig Compote and Pistachios, and a side of tasty Italian Home Fries. To finish things of, Bobby turns his gelato into a triple threat cocktail with Raspberry Sorbetto, and fresh Peach and Vanilla Gelato, topped off with sparkling Prosecco.

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10:00
AM
Episode 106

Bobby creates a brunch menu that would make New Orleans proud. To start, he'll mix up a Spiked Iced Chicory Coffee that will make your taste buds think you're sipping it on Bourbon Street. And no trip to the Big Easy is complete without a few Beignets. Bobby pairs this perfect brunch snack with a Homemade Blackberry Jam. Then Bobby gives a NOLA twist to a classic Eggs Benedict, with his Poached Eggs, Tasso Ham and Griddled Tomato With Cajun Hollandaise on English Muffins.

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10:30
AM
Episode 302

Bobby Flay creates a brunch menu that honors classic Southern dishes and flavors. He's making Deconstructed Roasted Tomato Grits and Shrimp With Sauteed Baby Mustard Greens and Bacon "Confit" as well as some Streusel Topped Baked Peaches with a sweet Sorghum drizzle on top. And you won't believe his larger than life punch bowl of Hibiscus Tea Sangria!

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11:00
AM
Episode 508F

No visit to the windy city is complete without a stop at the family run institution, Lou Malnati's Pizzeria. They opened their doors in 1971 with a motto of "pizza is the food of the world." Marc Malnati runs his father's namesake and their deep dish pizza is a favorite among Chi-towners and food critics alike. The secret to their sinfully delicious deep dish pizzas is a coveted 50-year old family recipe handed down from one Malnati to another and Marc is proudly carrying on this revered culinary tradition. Can our NY-style pizza guy throwdown with Chicago deep dish pie?

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11:30
AM
Episode 509F

Tel Aviv native Einat Admony is the chef and owner of Taim Falafel in NYC. Years ago, Einat worked as a line cook at Bobby's restaurant, Bolo. She took her formal culinary training and created an elevated take on a food most often served on street corners. Among Einat's best sellers is her falafel platter which shows this street food in a very different, very elegant way. Bobby will have to give a gourmet kick to falafel to stand up against a former employee whose passion for falafel has won her the title of best in the city.

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12:00
PM
Episode 510F

Jerome Chang and Chris Chen have only been in business a year, but they have already gotten more press than many seasoned restaurateurs. What is all the buzz about? They serve five star desserts at one star prices - and they serve 'em out of a truck. These guys might be the hottest new thing to hit the streets of New York, but are they ready to go up against Bobby Flay's proven track record? One thing's for certain, in this Throwdown, the proof will be in the pudding!

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12:30
PM
Episode 511F

As the former Director and Instructor at the California Sushi Academy, Phillip Yi spent 17 hours a day researching the traditions of this Japanese cuisine. Phillip is now owner of Sushi Central and is considered a foremost expert on sushi. An educator at heart, he thinks he is being featured on a Food Network series called "Raw Talent," a show about teaching the traditions of sushi preparation and sushi etiquette. What this competitor does not know is that Bobby is prepared to dive deep into the sea of sushi after a lesson with Chef Morimoto.

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1:00
PM
Episode 512F

Phil Di Giralamo, a Sicilian-American, grew up surrounded by the sea and a family who loves to cook. His famous Cioppino is packed with seven different types of fresh-caught seafood delivered daily from local fishing boats. Phil's Fish Market & Eatery has received critical acclaim, helping put this tiny fishing town near Monterey on the map. Phil thinks that he is being featured on a Food Network series called "Catch of the Day," a show about regional seafood favorites. Confident that his cioppino is the best in the west, Phil invites us into his kitchen to see how this hearty dish is based on the day's catch. What he does not know is that Bobby Flay is sailing into town for a Throwdown to see who will be crowned king of the sea.

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1:30
PM
Episode 513F

Francois Payard's made a name for himself as one of the world's best pastry chefs and has been dubbed "King of the Buche de Noel". His elegant version of the traditional yule log cake is so popular that come the holidays, customers have to line up in the street to pick up their orders from the back of a truck. But is Francois ready for Bobby Flay to line up and issue a Buche de Noel Throwdown? The holiday season might be a time for giving, but both these chefs are in it to win it!

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2:00
PM
Episode 1A09UH

Host Alton Brown journeys to the center of the onion and after rediscovering a kitchen classic, and debunking the mythology of tear-free onion cutting, emerges with a darned fine bowl of French Onion Soup.

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2:30
PM
Episode 1103

If great stew, like great music, is a commingling of ingredients to create culinary harmony, why do so many stews taste less like beautiful music and more like a murky dirge? Join host Alton Brown as he orchestrates an answer with his Good Eats Beef Stew.

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3:00
PM
Episode 201

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is one of the biggest events in Texas. With over 2.5 million visitors a year, it's the perfect place for carnival concessionaires to perfect their offerings. Host Noah Cappe gets a lesson in the meat that makes Texas famous, sampling the Texas Chili Burger and the Big Texas Barbecue Baked Potato. Then he tries a local legend's tamale recipe before rounding off the day with Strawberry Waffle Bombs. Next, he arrives at Lemonade Days in Dunwoody, Georgia to discover a new breakfast concept called Rise & Shine Pizza. A Sushi Burrito is an East-West fusion food that tickles his taste buds while The Funnel Cake Dog proves that even the wackiest carnival concoctions can be a success.

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3:30
PM
Episode 202

Young squire Noah Cappe tries his hand at making the King's Court Conch Fritters, decadent Deep Fried Peanut Butter and Jelly Brownie Bites, a picquant Fried Green Tomato BLT and the Cookies and Cream Sandwich. Biding adieu to his new friends, Noah heads west to Mercedes, Texas where the rough and ready cowboys and girls at the Livestock Show rustle up some western grub like Deep Fried Cheesesteak, Outlaw Fries and the enormous Suicide Taco that's so huge you need two plates and four hands to hold it.

4:00
PM
Episode 203

Host Noah Cappe is off to the races in Louisville, Ky., at the Kentucky Derby Festival. First he chows down on a custom made pizza, the Kentucky Hot Brown. Then it's time to get a little bit country with Ozark Style Loaded Fries, piled high with pork, baked beans and cheddar cheese. Ending the day are two sweet treats: Festive Funnel Cake made with pumpkin and Kentucky's Fried Cookie Dough. Next he heads to Beaumont, Texas, for the South Texas State Fair where local specialties are The Swamp Thing and Hush Kitties.

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4:30
PM
Episode 204

On this episode, host Noah Cappe travels to the Nederland Heritage Festival, where food from around the world is prepared by an army of volunteers. From the Cowboy Pistolettes to Sopapillas, to Chicken Fried Bacon and a very fun egg-stravaganza. Later, he travels to Farmville, NC for the Dogwood Festival - home to southern comfort food with a fair flare. From the Oh Boy! Po' Boy sandwich to Cocoa Bananas home made ice cream, these are real garden goodies.

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5:00
PM
Episode 503H

Noah Cappe samples the menu at the Three Rivers Festival in Fort Wayne, Ind. From an Enchilada Funnel Cake to Bacon barbecue Corn, the hits keep coming. For the encore, Noah hits the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa, Calif. where he samples Drunken Pickle Pops and then captures the mysterious Pineapple Unicorn Bomb.

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5:30
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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6:00
PM
Episode 714H

Seattle has some of the best seafood, slices, and sorbet around. At Dahlia, the crab cakes are so good it's an obsession. While Seattle may not be known for pizza, we found a seriously good slice at Serious Pie. Le Pichet has some of the richest Raclette we've ever had. And, from the donuts at Lola and the rhubarb sorbet in Kirkland's Café Juanita to Fran's best chocolate bars, Seattle's got the West Coast covered when it comes to sweets.

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6:30
PM
Episode 510FUH

Truffled egg toast, Reuben Egg Rolls, Foot High Lemon Meringue Pie and Strawberry Souffle are just a few of the EGGstraordinary dishes Gail Simmons, Alton Brown, Robert Irvine and others are EGGcited to talk about in this EGGceptional episode of The Best Thing I Ever Ate!

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7:00
PM
Episode 511FUH

Alton Brown, Gail Simmons, Alex Guarnaschelli and others are throwin' down the cutlery and reaching for their best ever finger foods -- from roasted toasted ravioli and crispy fried pickles to sacrilegious but oh so delicious bacon wrapped Matzo Balls!

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7:30
PM
Episode 512FUH

Buckle up, because we're hitting the road with Emeril, Duff, Anne Burrell and others to hear about some of their favorite food stops around the country. Delicious chili spiced Apple Pie, succulent roast pheasant, buttery lobster mashed potatoes ... these are just a few of the dishes worth putting on the brakes for. So sit back and enjoy the ride on The Best Thing I Ever Ate: Road Trip!

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8:00
PM
Episode 801H

Some things in life are worth standing in line for, and we're sharing the foods we think are worth the wait. Alton Brown talks up his favorite beef Wellington, while Jamika Pessoa melts over buttery biscuits. Chef Beau MacMillan says there's nothing worth waiting for more than Tratto's pasta in Phoenix, and Duff Goldman is okay with waiting in line for hours at this special hot chicken joint.

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8:30
PM
Episode 607F

Bobby Flay, Alex Guarnaschelli, Curtis Stone and Michael Symon are just a few of your favorite food personalities unwrapping their most beloved holiday treats! Whether it's a box of Coconut Gold Bars or a traditional fruit cake, Rose Petal Petit Fours or a monthly gift of bacon, these and more are sure to be the highlight of your Season's Eatings!

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9:00
PM
Episode 207FUH

Whether it's melting in a souffle, wrapped around creme brulee, poured over chicken or baked into a cookie that defies all chocolate logic -- this is definitely chocolate at its best! Food Network stars including Alton, Duff, Tyler Florence and Claire Robinson unwrap their favorite chocolate delights.

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9:30
PM
Episode 208F

What do onion rings, corn fritters, egg rolls and caramel corn have in common? They all make the same sound ... "CRUNCH!" And they are just a few of the best crispy foods Duff, Claire Robinson, Brian Boitano and others have ever eaten! From bowling alleys to movie theaters, find out where that delicious sound is coming from!

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10:00
PM
Episode 105H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR's Rutledge Wood discover that, at LUNCHBOXeats in Memphis, Southern food gets schooled and transformed into over-the-top, delectable eats. They indulge in a super-sized fried chicken and waffle sandwich at this hip, nostalgia-inspired spot. Next, the road leads to one of Charleston, South Carolina's best eateries, Hominy Grill, for a savory beignet fried up with shrimp and okra. Then, Rutledge and Damaris head to the upscale but approachable Portage House in Jeffersonville, Indiana, for a tender and salty pastrami duck leg served alongside velvety creamed corn.

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10:30
PM
Episode 101H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood sop up the sauce in Charleston, SC, as they discover the pleasures of whole-hog barbecue with legendary pitmaster, Rodney Scott. Then they are on to one of the best burgers in America, where the meats are butchered in house at the Neon Pig in Oxford, MS. Finally, it's a feel good lesson in down-home cooking with fall-off-the-bone oxtail at Addielee's Restaurant in Moncks Corner, SC.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1101

Of all the edibles on Earth, only milk exists solely to be food -- or so says Alton Brown. Join him as he dips into the liquid miracle that is milk in search of its secrets, history, and whether or not it's safe to drink straight from the source. With recipes for Quick Cottage Cheese, Dulce de Leche and Tres Leche Cake.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1C03UH

Alton Brown steers his continuing egg-vestigation through the world of baked custards from Refrigerator Pie to the much misunderstood creme caramel (Flandango).

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12:00
AM
Episode 801H

Some things in life are worth standing in line for, and we're sharing the foods we think are worth the wait. Alton Brown talks up his favorite beef Wellington, while Jamika Pessoa melts over buttery biscuits. Chef Beau MacMillan says there's nothing worth waiting for more than Tratto's pasta in Phoenix, and Duff Goldman is okay with waiting in line for hours at this special hot chicken joint.

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12:30
AM
Episode 607F

Bobby Flay, Alex Guarnaschelli, Curtis Stone and Michael Symon are just a few of your favorite food personalities unwrapping their most beloved holiday treats! Whether it's a box of Coconut Gold Bars or a traditional fruit cake, Rose Petal Petit Fours or a monthly gift of bacon, these and more are sure to be the highlight of your Season's Eatings!

More About This Episode
1:00
AM
Episode 207FUH

Whether it's melting in a souffle, wrapped around creme brulee, poured over chicken or baked into a cookie that defies all chocolate logic -- this is definitely chocolate at its best! Food Network stars including Alton, Duff, Tyler Florence and Claire Robinson unwrap their favorite chocolate delights.

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1:30
AM
Episode 208F

What do onion rings, corn fritters, egg rolls and caramel corn have in common? They all make the same sound ... "CRUNCH!" And they are just a few of the best crispy foods Duff, Claire Robinson, Brian Boitano and others have ever eaten! From bowling alleys to movie theaters, find out where that delicious sound is coming from!

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2:00
AM
Episode 105H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR's Rutledge Wood discover that, at LUNCHBOXeats in Memphis, Southern food gets schooled and transformed into over-the-top, delectable eats. They indulge in a super-sized fried chicken and waffle sandwich at this hip, nostalgia-inspired spot. Next, the road leads to one of Charleston, South Carolina's best eateries, Hominy Grill, for a savory beignet fried up with shrimp and okra. Then, Rutledge and Damaris head to the upscale but approachable Portage House in Jeffersonville, Indiana, for a tender and salty pastrami duck leg served alongside velvety creamed corn.

More About This Episode
2:30
AM
Episode 101H

Damaris Phillips and NASCAR personality Rutledge Wood sop up the sauce in Charleston, SC, as they discover the pleasures of whole-hog barbecue with legendary pitmaster, Rodney Scott. Then they are on to one of the best burgers in America, where the meats are butchered in house at the Neon Pig in Oxford, MS. Finally, it's a feel good lesson in down-home cooking with fall-off-the-bone oxtail at Addielee's Restaurant in Moncks Corner, SC.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1101

Of all the edibles on Earth, only milk exists solely to be food -- or so says Alton Brown. Join him as he dips into the liquid miracle that is milk in search of its secrets, history, and whether or not it's safe to drink straight from the source. With recipes for Quick Cottage Cheese, Dulce de Leche and Tres Leche Cake.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1C03UH

Alton Brown steers his continuing egg-vestigation through the world of baked custards from Refrigerator Pie to the much misunderstood creme caramel (Flandango).

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Monday, Dec 11

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Junk Food Flip

7:30am | 6:30c

Unwrapped 2.0

9:30am | 8:30c

Unwrapped

10am | 9c

Food: Fact or Fiction?

11:30am | 10:30c

Food: Fact or Fiction?

12:30pm | 11:30c

Food: Fact or Fiction?

1:30pm | 12:30c

Good Eats

2pm | 1c

Good Eats

2:30pm | 1:30c

Big Bad BBQ Brawl

3:30pm | 2:30c

Burgers, Brew & 'Que

4:30pm | 3:30c

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5:30pm | 4:30c

Man Fire Food

6:30pm | 5:30c

Man Fire Food

7:30pm | 6:30c
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Man's Greatest Food

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Cheap Eats

10:30pm | 9:30c

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11pm | 10c

Man Fire Food

1am | 12c

Man Fire Food

1:30am | 12:30c

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2:30am | 1:30c

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