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Thursday, Oct 22

7:00
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Episode 210

Jordan Andino is checking out the food scene after dark in San Antonio, where his first stop is The Hoppy Monk for rabbit barbacoa tacos. Then he heads to Cullum's Attagirl, an authentic chicken shack dishing out Texas-style fried chicken with plenty of inventive twists. Finally, Jordan finds a deliciously sweet dessert at Toro Kitchen and Bar.

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7:30
AM
Episode 211

Jordan Andino starts his night in Philadelphia at the Taproom on 19th, learning the secrets behind the city's most popular wings. For dinner, he's off to Lloyd Whiskey Bar in Fishtown, where he tries meatloaf unlike any Mom ever made. Jordan caps off his visit to Philly with a Mexican-style, brownie-laden sundae at La Calaca Feliz.

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8:00
AM
Episode 310

Roger Mooking searches for the best food to eat on the fly, from food trucks and roadside stands to walk-up counters and carnival fare. He joins chefs in their kitchens as they share their secrets to making the most amazing mobile pizza, wraps, frozen treats and more.

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9:00
AM
Episode 311

Roger Mooking travels the U.S. to find classics with a twist and unexpectedly delicious pairings. He visits the chefs in their own kitchens to find out how they create these surprising and mouthwatering dishes.

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10:00
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Episode 809

Roger Mooking is in Lockhart, Texas, to meet the team responsible for designing and crafting a monster rig that offers seven different cooking contraptions. Brothers Matt and Caleb Johnson create smokers for chefs and pitmasters across the country through their company Mill Scale Metalworks. They collaborated with local chef Arturo Ramon II of Blanco River Meat Co. on an impressive rig, and Roger helps Arturo roast whole young goats on asado crosses, hang sweet tea-brined Cornish hens and steam whole red snappers stuffed with aromatics.

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10:30
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Episode 810

Roger Mooking visits the Louisiana bayou for barbecue, brunch and a crawfish boil. In Prairieville, La., he helps a husband-and-wife team of caterers prepare baby back ribs, brisket and 200 pounds of live crawfish. Then Roger heads to Baton Rouge, La., to meet a caterer serving barbecue breakfast sandwiches at a local eatery. They season pork butts and beef cheeks for smoking and then pile the meat onto biscuits with fried eggs, cheese and bacon.

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11:00
AM
Episode 811

From live-fire cooking to low-and-slow barbecue, Roger Mooking meets up with two couples making fiery feasts and creating sparks in California. He starts with Danny and Nicoletta Herlihy, whose company Do or Dine Catering specializes in Mediterranean farm-to-table feasts cooked with a live fire. Roger helps them hang legs of lamb and cook vegetables on a large, hot plancha for an event at an olive oil company. Then Roger meets up with Matt and Nina Horn of Horn Barbecue, an underground craft barbecue business with Southern influences. Roger helps pitmaster Matt season and smoke lamb shoulders for sandwiches that are served with a side of Nina's Pit Beans.

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11:30
AM
Episode 812

Roger Mooking drops in at two backyard cookouts where the smoke is thick and the fires are hot. He helps guest chef Jeremy Conner prepare a fish roast at renowned bed and breakfast Maison Madeleine in Breaux Bridge, La. They spear marinated whole red fish and pompano on sugar cane poles and arrange them around fire pits. In Bakersfield, Calif., Roger joins pitmaster Fred Reclusado in his outdoor kitchen to make ribs al pastor and fry tilapia.

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12:00
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Episode 813

Roger Mooking is in Louisiana, where smoked meat makes an appearance in many classic Cajun dishes. He meets Chef Nathanial Zimet, who serves North Carolina-style smoked whole hog in po' boy sandwiches at Bourree in New Orleans. Roger helps Nathanial season and smoke a whole hog, and they also prepare Smoked Buffalo Chicken Wings. At Paul's Meat Market and Grocery in Ville Platte, La., Roger helps owner Paul Fontenot fill his outdoor smokehouse with several different kinds of sausages, tasso, pork belly, turkey wings and drumsticks. Paul also shares a family recipe for Cajun Brown Gravy.

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12:30
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Episode 901

Roger Mooking cruises the Florida coastline for two fiery cookouts that bring the heat. First, he visits Chef Marcel Vizcarra, owner of modern Peruvian eatery Llama Restaurant in St. Augustine, Fla., to check out an ancient, Peruvian-style pit roast called pachamanca. Marcel invites Roger to his home, and they fire up his custom-built, above-ground pit for tubers, fava beans, lamb, chicken and pork all rubbed down with a flavorful marinade and layered in with plantain leaves. Marcel and Roger also prepare Peruvian arapaima fish fillets by wrapping them in plantain leaves and grilling them over an open fire. Roger then heads to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Georgia Pig BBQ, a legendary old-school, open-pit barbecue restaurant that has been around since 1953. The star of the menu is smoked meat cooked in the dining room's pit, and owner and pitmaster Luke Moorman shows Roger the dish that earned them rave reviews: a Bar-B-Q Chopped Pork Sandwich doused in a delicious mustard barbecue sauce.

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1:00
PM
Episode 705

Noah Cappe hits the Arkansas State Fair in Little Rock to discover a few brand-new favorites. In addition to the eponymous Arkanstick and rolled ice-cream treat known as the Rainbow Roll, there's also a Deep-Fried Pina Colada that keeps happy hour going all day long! Next, Noah heads to the Pasco County Fair in Dade City, Florida, where festive carnival-goers can enjoy corn dogs and pizza at the same time with the Sausage Pizza Corn Hog. The day is complete with a few sweet treats that include ooey-gooey Cookie Dough Egg Rolls and the Birthday Cake Candy Lion.

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1:30
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Episode 706

Noah Cappe arrives in Macon, Georgia, for the International Cherry Blossom Festival and some of the prettiest, pinkest carnival treats around. He's getting a pimento cheese-filled breakfast sandwich called the Up All Night and a pink pizza called the Macon Cherry Bomb. Next, he's on his way to the Osceola County Fair in Kissimmee, Florida, to indulge in a trio of meat-filled midway munchies.

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2:00
PM
Episode 707

Noah Cappe gets festive at the California Mid-Winter Fair and Fiesta! He's sampling the Seoul Dip -- a Korean twist on the French Dip -- then keeps things spicy with the Diablo Dog before going for a sweet finish with the Supreme Samoa doughnut stack. Next, Noah heads to Nevada to celebrate all things Irish at the Henderson St. Patrick's Day Festival where the Blasted Irish Burger hits the spot and the gold-infused Leprechaun Mac serves as a delicious pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

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2:30
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Episode 708

Noah Cappe gets things started in Florida at the Okeechobee County Fair where he samples the Hot Wing Grilled Cheese, the Sweet Bacon Devil Burger and the made-in-Florida Strawberry Margarita Funnel Cake. Next, he's off to the Scarborough Renaissance Festival in Waxahachie, Texas, to indulge in ooey-gooey Pasta Roses before finishing things off with the Lords of Hogtown -- homemade cinnamon rolls made even better with bacon!

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3:00
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Episode 902

Noah Cappe discovers new carnival eats, like the Mini Donut S'more Stick and the Pineapple Split, in the California orange groves at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair. Then his adventure continues with a Key Lime Funnel at the Highlands County Fair in Florida.

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3:30
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Episode 709

Noah Cappe celebrates the arrival of spring in Winchester, Va., at the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival. He gets things started with the Cowboy Breakfast and ends the day with the uniquely sweet Caramel Apple Tots. Then it's over to coastal California for the Santa Barbara Fair and Expo, where Noah challenges himself to the 5 Pounderito and tries the finger-licking Ice Cream Funnelwich.

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4:00
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Episode SP7

Calling all chocolate lovers! We're getting the inside scoop on all things chocolate. Alton Brown takes a trip to Charleston, S.C., for some heavenly chocolate pudding, while Aaron Sanchez has some not-so-classic New York pizza ... for dessert! Grab a glass of milk and make sure you leave room for dessert.

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5:00
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Episode 1103

From macaroni and cheese to milkshakes to pizza, these are the greatest dishes found on -- and inspired by -- the kids' menu. Alex Guarnaschelli shares her comfort food lunch favorite from Ted's Bulletin in Washington, D.C., while Claudia Sandoval shows how fun it is to play with your food at CUCINA urbana in San Diego. No kid could forget about dessert, so Jet Tila has it covered at the Legendairy Milkshake Bar in Nashville.

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5:30
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Episode 1104

Patience is a virtue, and the greatest mouthwatering dishes can't be rushed. Wolfgang Puck admires APL Restaurant in Los Angeles for making a sandwich that's well worth the wait. On the opposite coast, Antonia Lofaso finds the cavatelli truly irresistible at Coppa in Boston, and Geoffrey Zakarian shares his love for the smoked brisket at Hill Country Barbecue Market in New York City.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1105

Sharing is caring, and the treats that family and friends love become personal favorites too! Robert Irvine takes his wife's advice and discovers the world's greatest omelet at Babystacks Cafe in Las Vegas, Nev. Sabin Lomac is a true believer after a close friend spills the secret of a genuine Philly cheesesteak from Boo's Philly in Los Angeles, and Duff Goldman borrows his brother's favorite spectacular surprise that awaits at the mysterious Magic Castle in Hollywood, Calif.

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6:30
PM
Episode 1106

Head outside for the best of both worlds: breathtaking scenery with fresh air, clear skies and the most-incredible waterfront dining in the U.S. Anne Burrell adores the sights with a meaty pasta from Cecconi's Dumbo in Brooklyn, N.Y., while Jeff Mauro treats himself to a delectable roast chicken from Chicago's River Roast. At Seafood Sam's in Sandwich, Mass., Duff Goldman enjoys a view of paradise with a fried lobster platter fit for a king.

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7:00
PM
Episode 804H

Andrew digs into Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill -- three tasty cities that make up North Carolina's Triangle. A hub for higher education with a booming tech industry, this region is home to a blossoming food scene, bursting with southern charm and signature barbecue.

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7:30
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Episode 705H

Andrew Zimmern looks at the diverse and monumental eats that define Washington, DC. Full of vibrant communities, DC boasts gastronomy that includes local oysters, Ethiopian chicken stew, spicy Chinese stir-fry and chili-smothered sausages.

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8:00
PM
Episode 604

Andrew Zimmern explores the big and bold flavors that are decidedly Dallas -- from comforting chicken fried steak and sweet, creamy pecan pie to hearty tortilla soup and steak aged for 240 days.

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8:30
PM
Episode 607

Andrew Zimmern leaves no meal unexplored in multicultural Cape Town, South Africa, where meat comes in all forms, from sausage to stew to pie. The coastal city's seafood is out of this world, and the favorite pastry is nothing without a coat of syrup!

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9:00
PM
Episode 311

Andrew Zimmern explores the classic tastes of Tel Aviv. Rich in Middle-Eastern tradition, the Israeli city's food is a modern reflection of an ancient culture, featuring crispy falafel and savory schnitzel to world-renowned hummus and sweet malabi.

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9:30
PM
Episode 312

Albuquerque is a delicious desert hotspot that's rich in Native American and Spanish traditions and the local cuisine reflects a unique mash-up of cultures. From stacked enchiladas loaded with green chile and a fried egg to spicy Tewa tacos on Indian fry bread, locals in this state say, if there's no chile in the house, there's no food!

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10:00
PM
Episode 1R1R04

Casey Webb's tour of tasty treats has convinced him that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and he's inducting his favorites into the Man v. Food Hall of Fame. Forget ordinary eggs and toast. Casey honors the sweetest and most-savory morning meals ever, from a 30-pound bagel sandwich to an imposing Irish breakfast platter.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1R1R02

Casey Webb is counting down the five most-perfect pork dishes in Man v. Food history. He starts with a legendary German-style pork shank, packs in a few pulled pork sandwiches and awards the prince of pork crown to a porchetta sandwich.

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11:00
PM
Episode 405

Casey Webb's appetizing trek across America brings him to Austin, TX. He starts with a 2-pound barbecue behemoth packed with every meat, sauce and side on the menu. Then he goes for gourmet doughnuts and finds one topped with chicken-fried steak and gravy. Finally, Casey takes on tacos and faces a duel with the spiciest sauce in town in the Six-Alarm Fire Challenge.

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11:30
PM
Episode 406

Casey Webb's tasty travels take him to San Antonio, Texas. His first stop is San Antonio's oldest restaurant -- a German deli -- for the Wienerschnitzel. Then he tries a San Antonio staple, the Puffy Taco, before gearing up for the 3-pound Cinnamon Roll Challenge and proof that everything is bigger in Texas.

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12:00
AM
Episode 604

Andrew Zimmern explores the big and bold flavors that are decidedly Dallas -- from comforting chicken fried steak and sweet, creamy pecan pie to hearty tortilla soup and steak aged for 240 days.

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12:30
AM
Episode 607

Andrew Zimmern leaves no meal unexplored in multicultural Cape Town, South Africa, where meat comes in all forms, from sausage to stew to pie. The coastal city's seafood is out of this world, and the favorite pastry is nothing without a coat of syrup!

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1:00
AM
Episode 311

Andrew Zimmern explores the classic tastes of Tel Aviv. Rich in Middle-Eastern tradition, the Israeli city's food is a modern reflection of an ancient culture, featuring crispy falafel and savory schnitzel to world-renowned hummus and sweet malabi.

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1:30
AM
Episode 312

Albuquerque is a delicious desert hotspot that's rich in Native American and Spanish traditions and the local cuisine reflects a unique mash-up of cultures. From stacked enchiladas loaded with green chile and a fried egg to spicy Tewa tacos on Indian fry bread, locals in this state say, if there's no chile in the house, there's no food!

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2:00
AM
Episode 1R1R04

Casey Webb's tour of tasty treats has convinced him that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and he's inducting his favorites into the Man v. Food Hall of Fame. Forget ordinary eggs and toast. Casey honors the sweetest and most-savory morning meals ever, from a 30-pound bagel sandwich to an imposing Irish breakfast platter.

More About This Episode
2:30
AM
Episode 1R1R02

Casey Webb is counting down the five most-perfect pork dishes in Man v. Food history. He starts with a legendary German-style pork shank, packs in a few pulled pork sandwiches and awards the prince of pork crown to a porchetta sandwich.

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3:00
AM
Episode 405

Casey Webb's appetizing trek across America brings him to Austin, TX. He starts with a 2-pound barbecue behemoth packed with every meat, sauce and side on the menu. Then he goes for gourmet doughnuts and finds one topped with chicken-fried steak and gravy. Finally, Casey takes on tacos and faces a duel with the spiciest sauce in town in the Six-Alarm Fire Challenge.

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3:30
AM
Episode 406

Casey Webb's tasty travels take him to San Antonio, Texas. His first stop is San Antonio's oldest restaurant -- a German deli -- for the Wienerschnitzel. Then he tries a San Antonio staple, the Puffy Taco, before gearing up for the 3-pound Cinnamon Roll Challenge and proof that everything is bigger in Texas.

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