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Tuesday, Mar 2

7:00
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Episode 103

Pucker up and rev up your sweet tooth as host Alfonso Ribeiro and Unwrapped 2.0 explore snacks with the tongue-tingling twist of sweet and sour! Watch Sechler's Pickles turn pickles into candy and see how Byrd Cookie Company makes key lime pie into a bite size cookie. We'll fill you in on what's new and different with the classic Lemonhead and why Affy Tapple gets an A+ for its Caramel Apple with Peanuts.

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7:30
AM
Episode 104

Some secret family recipes are just meant to be shared, like the secret behind Graeter's rich and creamy ice cream. Unwrapped 2.0 gets the lowdown on how Mrs. T's Pierogies turned a classic Polish dish into the American dream and why Geraldine's Aged Cheddar Cheese straws are so darned addictive. We've also got a made-from-scratch marshmallow you have to have at your next campfire.

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8:00
AM
Episode 306H

It's a blast from the past as Host Michael McKean clues us in on some fabulous 50s favorites. Hop in the hot rod and find out if jiggly Gelatin was the original way to keep up with the Jones's, how Meatloaf was a cut above the rest, and why Deviled Eggs may just be the greatest treat the church ever pulled. Whether you're a greaser or a grease fire, these stories will light you up!

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8:30
AM
Episode 307H

If you don't feel like cooking tonight, host Michael McKean gets the scoop on your favorite Take-Out dishes. He discovers that Pad Thai may have saved an entire nation, that pizza delivery is fit for a queen, and that General Tso was anything but a chicken. Turn off the oven and grab a stack of menus, because these stories will be delivered in 30 minutes or less.

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9:00
AM
Episode 309H

Host Michael McKean does a deep dive into the most holy recipe book of all time: The Bible! He finds out which miraculous fish Jesus picked to feed the 5000, whether the Last Supper was a buffet blowout, and that reading the bible might actually be a piece of almond spice cake.

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9:30
AM
Episode 310H

On this episode, Host Michael McKean sounds off on how a little sizzle can sell a lot of Fajitas and why we should slurp our noodles like their taste depends on it. And when it comes time to order, loud noise could land you in burger heaven. Listen carefully, because your food is talking, and you definitely want to hear what it has to say.

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10:00
AM
Episode 311H

Great ready for some mealtime mathematics! Host Michael McKean cracks open the old geometry book and studies the shapes of some of our favorite foods. He discovers that a pasta's figure is hiding a culinary code, that the pattern on a pineapple may unlock the mysteries of the universe, and that a chocolate's shape can transform its taste. Put down your fork and grab a ruler because today's menu has some mouthwatering math.

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10:30
AM
Episode 312H

Nothing could be finer than hanging with Host Michael McKean at a diner. Grab your greasy spoon and see how the milkshake got mixed up with home appliances, the Cobb Salad became a Hollywood icon, and why Salisbury Steak may be your one-way ticket to a better body. Forget all pre-conceived notions and give these blue-plate specials a spin.

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11:00
AM
Episode 1015

Join host Alton Brown as he considers one of the oldest and most versatile players in the pantry, the lentil. The lentil has more to offer than fiber, minerals and a steak's worth of protein, as Alton details while making Lentil Soup, Lentil Salad and Lentil Cookies ... yes, cookies.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1019

Alton Brown kicks off his investigation of the vast arena of American classic dishes with the spinach salad. He examines his recipe for Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing ingredient by ingredient, tracing the history of how each element became part of the traditional and tasty salad.

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12:00
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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12:30
PM
Episode 1102

The pretzel, once a delicious treat, has sadly been twisted into the edible equivalent of cardboard. Join host Alton Brown as he recreates traditional Homemade Soft Pretzels in all its crisp, chewy, golden brown glory along with his favorite accompaniment, Best Mustard Ever. He also offers a recipe for Homemade Hard Pretzels.

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1:00
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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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1:30
PM
Episode 1104

Is it possible to make great cake with coconut from a can? Should you even try? Alton Brown wants to know, and he's willing to crack open as many nuts as it takes to make a slice of paradise on a plate, with recipes for Coconut Milk and Cream, Coconut Extract and Coconut Cake with 7-Minute Frosting.

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2:00
PM
Episode 212

Roger Mooking showcases 12 of the best grilled dishes in restaurants across America. He's hanging out in the kitchens of fire-loving chefs to learn everything there is to know about applying heat and smoke for the tastiest chicken, beef, alligator, lobster and more. Together, they'll prepare the flame, season the food and reveal all the secrets for the best grilled foods in the country.

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3:00
PM
Episode 213

Roger Mooking searches the country for the 12 best island eats from lobster, conch and shellfish to low-country boils and key lime pies. He's joining chefs in their breezy kitchens to learn everything about putting the country's freshest and most amazing island treats together.

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4:00
PM
Episode 804

Roger Mooking heads to the South to visit two family-run barbecue joints that have been passing down recipes and rigs for generations. At Smokin' Joe's Bar-B-Que in Townsend, Tenn., pitmaster Zack Peabody honed his barbecue chops under the watchful eye of his grandfather, Joe Higgins. Zack and Joe built a smoker that can cook up to 1,000 pounds of meat, and Roger and Zack arrange briskets and pork butts on its shelves. At Shack in the Back BBQ in Fairdale, Ky., Mike and Barbara Sivells converted an old log cabin into a barbecue restaurant. Roger and Mike load pork shoulders and turkey ribs into the smoker to create two popular dishes: The Hump and Turkey Ribs.

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4:30
PM
Episode 805

Roger Mooking meets up with a few culinary titans in Tennessee who are swinging for the fences with outrageous rigs. At Wedge Oak Farm in Lebanon, Tenn., he joins Chef Trey Cioccia, owner of Nashville's Black Rabbit, to set up the Burn Tower. On this unique rig, meat, fish and vegetables are hung at varying heights around a metal cylinder filled with hot coals. In Nashville, Roger hangs with James Peisker and Chris Carter, the owners of Porter Road Butcher. Chris shows Roger an old swing set that he transformed into a cooking contraption, and they hang meaty rib roasts and fill a basket with chorizo and kielbasa.

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5:00
PM
Episode 806

Roger Mooking visits the Lone Star State, where they're taking open-fire cooking to new culinary heights with unique rigs. In Fort Worth, Texas, chef and restaurateur Lou Lambert invites Roger to his ranch to slow-roast whole hogs over oak coals in a massive, custom-built metal rig. Dessert is a sweet treat inspired by Lou's chuck wagon cooking days -- pear and blackberry cobbler crisps baked in Dutch ovens using hot coals from burn barrels. Then Roger heads south to Houston, Texas, to meet up with Eight Row Flint's chef Marcelo Garcia, who gets customers fired up for the Trompo Wagon parked out back. Roger helps him load ten vertical spits with marinated pork butts and chicken thighs to spin slowly next to a triple tier of fire, smoke and heat. While the wheels are turning and the fires are burning, Roger and Marcelo make corn tortillas for tacos.

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5:30
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Episode 807

Beef is king in Texas, and Roger Mooking visits two pitmasters who are elevating traditional smoked meats with exciting global flavors. In Pearland, Texas, he helps Ronnie Killen season and smoke brisket and beef ribs to serve at Killen's Barbecue. Customers can order the smoked meats by the pound, but Ronnie also combines them in a Tex-Mex dish, Short Rib Tamales with Brisket Chili. Then Roger heads to Houston, Texas, to hang with Khoi Barbecue co-owner Don Nguyen, who holds Central Texas-inspired, Asian-influenced barbecue pop-ups using a 500-gallon smoker in his backyard. Roger helps him prepare Brisket Pho and Beef Rib Nigiri for a pop-up happening at Baileson Brewing Co.

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6:00
PM
Episode 201H

Casey Webb travels to historic Boston, Massachusetts, for some epic New England eats and a 4.5-pound Irish breakfast challenge at Flann O'Brien's Pub.

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6:30
PM
Episode 206H

Casey Webb travels to Seattle where he climbs a Mount Fuji-sized burger and takes on seven terrifyingly spicy Buffalo wings that have defeated over 5,000 challengers.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1R1R09

After years of facing off against food, Casey Webb counts down his five hottest dishes for the Man v. Food Hall of Fame. There's everything from ice cream to ramen, and in the top spot is a challenge so spicy it may crack the Scoville scale.

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7:30
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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8:00
PM
Episode 401

Casey Webb's cross-country culinary adventures take him to the port city of Wilmington, North Carolina, for a barbecue bonanza, a totally bonkers burrito and a big, bad behemoth in the undefeated Pierogi Team Challenge.

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8:30
PM
Episode 403

Casey Webb's appetizing adventures take him to Hoboken, New Jersey, New York's neighbor to the west and the home of the great Frank Sinatra. He munches on homemade mozzarella, takes a bite out of a bagel behemoth and comes face to face with a slice of pure fire.

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9:00
PM
Episode 404

Casey Webb swings into Sacramento, California, for three gold-standard meals from the Golden State, including a perfectly fried Chinese-American chicken, a savory multi-meat waffle stack and a school's worth of raw fish and rice in a five-round sushi challenge.

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9:30
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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10:00
PM
Episode 501

Michael Symon starts in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, at his very own restaurant where he enjoys a tender, juicy and hulking pastrami beef rib and a gets a special look at his grandfather's recipe for scratch-made spaetzle and spicy sauerkraut. Then, in Pittsburg, he hits a food truck that serves up a beer-marinated, oven-roasted pork loin sandwich. Finally in Buffalo, chicken and waffles gets a burger makeover with a spicy maple-bourbon glaze and waffle buns.

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10:30
PM
Episode 408

Michael Symon starts in Boston with triple-processed pork belly that's cured, brined and smoked to meaty perfection. In Seattle, tender braised lamb shoulder amps up a traditional breakfast hash, while in Miami, they're using fresh, local cinnamon rolls as buns for an insanely sweet and savory burger.

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11:00
PM
Episode 409

Michael Symon starts in Queens, New York, with a burger loaded to the max with beef, ham, bacon and sausage. A Korean-style smoked pork sandwich with miso-barbecue sauce makes Atlanta the frontier of barbecue fusion, and in Houston, Texas, a spicy, fried Cornish hen is one hot bird!

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11:30
PM
Episode 0301

Michael Symon is joined by his good buddy Michael Strahan at their favorite New York City burger spot for juicy, award-winning creations. Then, they bounce around The Big Apple dining on meatball sliders, succulent St. Louis style ribs, pastrami-topped pizza and barbecue as authentic and anything found in Texas. Finally, Michael attempts to work it off by donning a cowboy hat and throwing himself into his first ever lesson in the Texas Two-Step.

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12:00
AM
Episode 401

Casey Webb's cross-country culinary adventures take him to the port city of Wilmington, North Carolina, for a barbecue bonanza, a totally bonkers burrito and a big, bad behemoth in the undefeated Pierogi Team Challenge.

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12:30
AM
Episode 403

Casey Webb's appetizing adventures take him to Hoboken, New Jersey, New York's neighbor to the west and the home of the great Frank Sinatra. He munches on homemade mozzarella, takes a bite out of a bagel behemoth and comes face to face with a slice of pure fire.

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1:00
AM
Episode 404

Casey Webb swings into Sacramento, California, for three gold-standard meals from the Golden State, including a perfectly fried Chinese-American chicken, a savory multi-meat waffle stack and a school's worth of raw fish and rice in a five-round sushi challenge.

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1:30
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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2:00
AM
Episode 501

Michael Symon starts in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, at his very own restaurant where he enjoys a tender, juicy and hulking pastrami beef rib and a gets a special look at his grandfather's recipe for scratch-made spaetzle and spicy sauerkraut. Then, in Pittsburg, he hits a food truck that serves up a beer-marinated, oven-roasted pork loin sandwich. Finally in Buffalo, chicken and waffles gets a burger makeover with a spicy maple-bourbon glaze and waffle buns.

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2:30
AM
Episode 408

Michael Symon starts in Boston with triple-processed pork belly that's cured, brined and smoked to meaty perfection. In Seattle, tender braised lamb shoulder amps up a traditional breakfast hash, while in Miami, they're using fresh, local cinnamon rolls as buns for an insanely sweet and savory burger.

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3:00
AM
Episode 409

Michael Symon starts in Queens, New York, with a burger loaded to the max with beef, ham, bacon and sausage. A Korean-style smoked pork sandwich with miso-barbecue sauce makes Atlanta the frontier of barbecue fusion, and in Houston, Texas, a spicy, fried Cornish hen is one hot bird!

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3:30
AM
Episode 0301

Michael Symon is joined by his good buddy Michael Strahan at their favorite New York City burger spot for juicy, award-winning creations. Then, they bounce around The Big Apple dining on meatball sliders, succulent St. Louis style ribs, pastrami-topped pizza and barbecue as authentic and anything found in Texas. Finally, Michael attempts to work it off by donning a cowboy hat and throwing himself into his first ever lesson in the Texas Two-Step.

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