TV Schedule

Friday, Dec 15

7:00
AM
Episode 109

Donut-makers Jasmine from Colorado, Martin from Georgia and vegan food trucker Ambergre from South Carolina compete in a mystery ingredient elimination round. The final two standing have to impress the judges by making three donuts with a "Cinco De Mayo" theme. The winner takes home $10,000.

More About This Episode
7:30
AM
Episode 214

An ex-architect from Sherman, Texas, a bread and dough expert from Montclair, N.J., and a molecular gastronomist from Ottawa, Ontario, compete in a speedy elimination round with licorice as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a Fiesta-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
8:00
AM
Episode 219

A DJ from Pembroke Pines, Fla., a vegan baker from Ottawa, Ontario, and a vocalist from Somerville, Mass., compete in a speedy elimination round with grape drink powder as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in an Ancient Greece-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
8:30
AM
Episode 225

An ex-law enforcement officer from New Haven, Conn., a pastry chef from Toronto and a nose-to-tail food stand owner from Ithaca, N.Y., compete in a speedy elimination round with marshmallow as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in an Italian Feast-themed Donut Showdown.

More About This Episode
9:00
AM
Episode 102

Bakers take on lavender in the elimination round, and an amusement park theme in the pie showdown.

More About This Episode
9:30
AM
Episode 204

Talented kid bakers compete in a speedy elimination round with pink peppercorns as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in a special hide-and-seek-themed kids cupcake showdown.

More About This Episode
10:00
AM
Episode 209

Three amazing kid bakers compete in a speedy elimination round using fudge as the mystery ingredient. The last two standing compete for $10,000 in this chocolate factory-themed cake showdown.

More About This Episode
10:30
AM
Episode 212

Three bakers compete in a speedy elimination round with the famous afterschool snack ants-on-a-log as the mystery ingredient. The two finalists compete for $10,000 in a playground-themed pie showdown.

More About This Episode
11:00
AM
Episode 610

These are the best unique sweets in the San Francisco Bay area. Head over the Bay Bridge to Oakland, and you'll find out why people are raving about the pies at Pietisserie. You'll fall in love with the the ruby red Beet Pie or the eye-popping Chantilly Chocolate Cream Layered Pie. Then, find out why people line up at the crack of dawn just to get their fix of Cruffins at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse. It's a mash-up of a croissant and a muffin, and it's stuffed with decadent creamy fillings. Finally, Donut Savant, where they're frying up fresh mini doughnuts all day long. Try the Chocolate Frosted with Hole which is a two-for-one favorite: thick chocolate glaze on a vanilla yeast doughnut, complete with a vanilla-glazed doughnut hole placed back in the middle.

More About This Episode
11:30
AM
Episode 513

We venture out of Manhattan to the incredibly diverse borough of Queens and find one-of-a-kind baked treats. Rudy's Bakery and Cafe has been putting their own spin on classics like German Chocolate Cake since 1934. La Nueva bakery brings a taste of Latin America to the neighborhood with its signature Uruguayan sandwich cookies and at Norma's they're coming up with delicious creations like the Frankencrispie: part brownie, part cookie and part cereal bar. Now this is definitely worth a ride on the subway.

More About This Episode
12:00
PM
Episode 613

We're in New York City, discovering the places that are serving up the most unique sweet treats from around the world. In Red Hook, Brooklyn, check out La Newyorkina. This Mexican sweet shop specializes in paletas, ice pops made with fresh fruit. Try the milk-based Fresa Fields Forever or slurp the Chamoyada: a surprisingly addictive answer to the snow cone. On the Lower East Side we sample Thai street sweets at Juicy Spot Cafe. Here, they make ice cream to order and finish it with a variety of unique toppings. Try flavors like green tea, and toppings including grass jelly and dragon fruit. At Mocu-Mocu in Hell's Kitchen, they make a Japanese stuffed pancake called Obanyaki.The Apple Compote and Custard Cream Obanyaki tastes like a warm slice of apple pie a la mode.

More About This Episode
12:30
PM
Episode 709

We're heading to Seattle to find their most delectable and delicious sweets. At Rodeo Donut, small-batch brioche doughnuts wake your taste buds up with the perfect mix of spicy and sweet. At Amandine Bakeshop, you get a taste of France by way of the Pacific Northwest, with rose-flavored croissants and sophisticated ice cream sandwiches. And Hello Robin wows with clever cookies that incorporate other sweet treats like s'mores and cinnamon rolls.

More About This Episode
1:00
PM
Episode 609

We're heading to picture-perfect Maine for some soul-satisfying treats. Starting at Scratch Baking Co. in South Portland, we dive into the perfect breakfast pastry, the Toaster Jam Scone. For an afternoon snack, try the Concord Grape and Peanut Butter Snack Cake, or their real showstopper -- the Movie Night Cake. At Wicked Whoopies in Freeport, they're taking the official state treat and turning it a massive five-pound whoopie pie. And if you have a hankering for something cool, look no further than Catbird Creamery, where they whip up some out-of-this-world ice cream, like Tamari Caramel with soy sauce!

More About This Episode
1:30
PM
Episode 713

We're on the hunt for the best sweet treats New York City has to offer. Sweets by Chloe is a cute vegan bakeshop that's creating giant cookies and fudge cakes that are rich and moist, creamy and chocolatey. Daly Pie in Prospect Heights has a mouthwatering lineup, but one pie loaded with peanut butter, chocolate hazelnut and potato chips that has everyone talking. And Brigadeiro Bakery brings international flair to Soho with their chocolate truffle-like confections.

More About This Episode
2:00
PM
Episode 1G18UH

There's a lot more under the banana peel than most folks think. Alton Brown discovers the many varieties available in the US and how they should be handled. He learns how to make Fried Plantains, Banana Ice Cream and Bananas Foster -- with fire and everything!

More About This Episode
2:30
PM
Episode 1120

The power might be out but that doesn't stop host Alton Brown from breaking out the cast iron and using his hearth and his grill to whip up some very good eats: Dutch Oven Hoecakes, Knead Not Sourdough and Dutch Oven Cherry Clafouti.

More About This Episode
3:00
PM
Episode SP32F

When there are stockings on the mantel and eggnog in your cup, it must be the holiday season. Marc Summers hosts Holiday Helpings, an Unwrapped special, celebrating the best treats from this festive time of the year. Dove Chocolate Discoveries brings a holiday party into your home, and the special guest is chocolate! Do you know the difference between yams and sweet potatoes? The folks at Bruce's know the surprising distinction. We'll find out why the ugliest pumpkins make the best pie and what gives gingerbread its dark color (hint: it's not the ginger). From sparkling wine to vanilla to Sara Lee Cheesecake, it's our naughty and nice seasonal favorites: Holiday Helpings on Unwrapped.

More About This Episode
4:00
PM
Episode 107H

Heston takes on the challenge to make the ultimate Christmas meal, and bring back the childhood magic of Christmas, into adult life. In the grownup world Christmas has lost its wonder. Everything from work to worrying about the in-laws, gets in the way of loosing ourselves in the same excitement that we felt as kids. Heston wants to change this. He plans to create the most incredible, supersized festive food adventure ever, to be enjoyed by a group of adults who normally have to work on Christmas day.

More About This Episode
5:00
PM
Episode SP01

Seven teams made up of a cake artist, sugar sculptor, and master food carver go to battle to create mind-blowing Christmas fantasy creations. In the first round, they must create their take on the character Olaf from the hit movie Frozen. Then, in round two, each team will create their own humongous, edible display of the ultimate Christmas lights. At the end of the battle, one team will be eliminated with help from special guest judge and co-director of Frozen, Chris Buck.

More About This Episode
6:00
PM
Episode SP02

The six remaining teams return to battle, and first they tackle the iconic tradition of ugly Christmas sweaters. Then, they'll be challenged dream up a display that shows us who's coming down the chimney when Santa takes a sick day! Special guest judges and co-CEOs of Elf on the Shelf, Chanda Bell and Christa Pitts, will help determine which team should be eliminated.

More About This Episode
7:00
PM
Episode SP03

Five remaining teams of food artists continue to battle, and first, they must show the imaginative toys that Santa's elves come up with when left unsupervised. Then, they'll be challenged to make a delicious food display of Santa's new ride -- what magical creation he'll use to deliver presents if his sleigh breaks down! Author and holiday expert Joy Cho lends her expertise as guest judge to decide which team will be leaving the competition.

More About This Episode
8:00
PM
Episode SP04

Four remaining teams return to battle, and in round one, they'll be challenged to take Christmas intergalactic and show us what happens when Santa's in space. Then, they must bring world-famous Christmas songs like "Deck the Halls" and "Jingle Bells" to life in a huge edible creation. At the end, one more team will be eliminated with help from special guest judge, actor Devin Ratray, who played Buzz in Home Alone.

More About This Episode
9:00
PM
Episode SP05

It's down to the final three teams, and they must prove their talents in challenges celebrating the 50th anniversary of A Charlie Brown Christmas. First, the teams must deck out Snoopy's dog house for the holidays, then they'll be tasked to create the ultimate Peanuts holiday party. One team will be eliminated with help from special guest judge Lindsey Schulz, artist and granddaughter of Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz.

More About This Episode
10:00
PM
Episode SP06

It's all come down to this epic final battle as the last two teams give it their all, starting with amazing, edible snow globes. In the second round, they'll be challenged to create the ultimate gingerbread house, and when the gingerbread dust settles, only one team will jingle all the way home with $50,000. Actress Monica Potter serves as a special guest judge to help determine the winner.

More About This Episode
11:00
PM
Episode 111H

Sugar craft specialist Eloise Durrant receives an order with "wow" written all over it -- a four-foot-tall cake replica of the Statue of Liberty! But with more than 22 pounds of icing for the famous gown, will this lady be able to stand on her own two feet? Meanwhile, chocolatier Tracey Kindred is working on a surprise 21st birthday cake that will feature chocolate sculptures of all the important places from the birthday girl's childhood.

More About This Episode
11:30
PM
Episode 112H

Extreme cake maker Molly Robbins is designing the purr-fect surprise for her best friend, cat lover Liz: a birthday cake that looks just like Liz's two cats. Meanwhile, chocolatier Tracey Kindred and her assistant are planning a personalized wedding cake that features a storyboard of the bride and groom's 12 years together.

More About This Episode
12:00
AM
Episode SP04

Four remaining teams return to battle, and in round one, they'll be challenged to take Christmas intergalactic and show us what happens when Santa's in space. Then, they must bring world-famous Christmas songs like "Deck the Halls" and "Jingle Bells" to life in a huge edible creation. At the end, one more team will be eliminated with help from special guest judge, actor Devin Ratray, who played Buzz in Home Alone.

More About This Episode
1:00
AM
Episode SP05

It's down to the final three teams, and they must prove their talents in challenges celebrating the 50th anniversary of A Charlie Brown Christmas. First, the teams must deck out Snoopy's dog house for the holidays, then they'll be tasked to create the ultimate Peanuts holiday party. One team will be eliminated with help from special guest judge Lindsey Schulz, artist and granddaughter of Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz.

More About This Episode
2:00
AM
Episode SP06

It's all come down to this epic final battle as the last two teams give it their all, starting with amazing, edible snow globes. In the second round, they'll be challenged to create the ultimate gingerbread house, and when the gingerbread dust settles, only one team will jingle all the way home with $50,000. Actress Monica Potter serves as a special guest judge to help determine the winner.

More About This Episode
3:00
AM
Episode 111H

Sugar craft specialist Eloise Durrant receives an order with "wow" written all over it -- a four-foot-tall cake replica of the Statue of Liberty! But with more than 22 pounds of icing for the famous gown, will this lady be able to stand on her own two feet? Meanwhile, chocolatier Tracey Kindred is working on a surprise 21st birthday cake that will feature chocolate sculptures of all the important places from the birthday girl's childhood.

More About This Episode
3:30
AM
Episode 112H

Extreme cake maker Molly Robbins is designing the purr-fect surprise for her best friend, cat lover Liz: a birthday cake that looks just like Liz's two cats. Meanwhile, chocolatier Tracey Kindred and her assistant are planning a personalized wedding cake that features a storyboard of the bride and groom's 12 years together.

More About This Episode

Friday, Dec 15

On TV

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

Burgers, Brew & 'Que

5:30pm | 4:30c

Man Fire Food

6:30pm | 5:30c

Man Fire Food

7:30pm | 6:30c
On Tonight
On Tonight

Man's Greatest Food

8pm | 7c

Man Fire Food

9:30pm | 8:30c

Cheap Eats

10:30pm | 9:30c

Good Eats

11pm | 10c

Man Fire Food

1am | 12c

Man Fire Food

1:30am | 12:30c

Cheap Eats

2:30am | 1:30c

Good Eats

3am | 2c
What's Hot
What's Hot

The Best Thing I Ever Ate

New Episodes Sundays 8|7c

So Much Pretty Food Here