TV Schedule

Wednesday, Apr 14

7:00
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Episode 107

Brad Miller heads to Malibu, California, to find a shrimp-centric food truck whose tempura-battered Baja shrimp tacos take the crave-able crustacean to the next level. Next, Brad travels to Los Angeles where a husband-and-wife team serves up one-of-a-kind, homestyle Puerto Rican mofongo. Finally, Brad hits Durham, North Carolina, where an Israeli-born chef has outfitted his truck with two stacked ovens to ensure his eager customers get a freshly baked pita to fill with his signature Mediterranean specialties like Eggplant Steak Pita.

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7:30
AM
Episode 201

Brad Miller travels to Las Vegas, Nev., to visit El Shuko, a food truck serving up traditional Guatemalan street food to the hungry masses. Chef Yasser Zermino and his brother, Christian, bring a taste of Central America to an American favorite with a double hot dog loaded with spiced shredded cabbage, chimichurri and guacamole. Then Brad heads to Denver to check out Crescent City Connection, where Chef JP is throwing down some serious Cajun- and Creole-inspired dishes like a Blackened Shrimp Po' Boy featuring fresh Gulf shrimp. Finally, Brad stays put in Denver to tame his sweet tooth at Hey PBandJ, where Chef Matt McDonald crafts his one-of-a-kind Blueberry Pie PB and J filled with an actual blueberry pie, crust and all.

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8:00
AM
Episode 206

Ali Khan paves the way in Salt Lake City with a zesty pound cake-inspired French toast, then gets wasted on a burger topped with fried guacamole. A biker bar sends him to heaven with a Utah staple, fried Mormon funeral potatoes, and he ends his day with a smoky chicken club of perfection.

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8:30
AM
Episode 304H

Ali Khan, full-blown food enthusiast and blogger, has 12 hours and only 35 bucks to find the best deals in Alexandria, Va. for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Ali kicks things off in style with a guilt free southern fried chicken biscuit for breakfast. Then he goes way south of the border with a trio of flavor-forward and inventive tacos. At an art deco hot spot straight out of the 1930s, he finds a modern snack, deep fried deviled eggs. He finishes the day off with a rooftop garden-to-table, bacon gnocchi bolognese. Alexandria might have some history, but its food scene is straight up futuristic.

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9:00
AM
Episode 401

Ali Khan is hunting for the best deals in Philadelphia for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack! Philly is known for serving up food with an attitude, and Ali starts with a local favorite, a scrapple, egg and cheese dip sandwich. Then he hunts down a Philly original, roast pork with provolone and spinach, for lunch. He satisfies his snack attack with dumplings filled with cheesesteak, apple pie and cheesecake and, for dinner, grabs a unique twist on ramen at a happening joint in Fishtown.

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9:30
AM
Episode 402

Ali Khan is in Brooklyn to find the best deals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a snack! It may be a haven for hipsters and the well-heeled, but New York's biggest borough still has authentic neighborhood diners, like the one where Ali kicks things off with chocolate chip pumpkin pancakes. After that, it doesn't get any more Brooklyn than a fried eggplant parm sandwich, or any sweeter than a slice of chocolatey s'mores pie. Finally, Ali ends his day with a taste of the next big thing -- Filipino chicken adobo.

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10:00
AM
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

Mozambique

Episode 802

Tony visits Mozambique and finds that despite it's difficult history and challenges to overcome, it's a place with a brighter future. Today, this post-colonial Africa is full of optimism.

11:00
AM
Episode 913

Minutes away from desert trails, mountains and limitless outdoor adventures, Andrew highlights the delicious and iconic foods of Salt Lake City. Classic dishes include a pastrami burger, steak tips with mole and Utah scones.

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11:30
AM
Episode 307

The ocean and the mountains provide plenty of bounty in Lima. From ceviche made with the freshest fish to ice cream made with exotic tropical fruits, Andrew Zimmern uncovers the most famous foods in this Peruvian city by the sea.

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12:00
PM
Episode 304

Andrew Zimmern reveals the iconic foods of Providence. Local favorites include hot wieners made with a special meat sauce, Johnny cakes, coffee milk, grilled pizza and the legendary Rhode Island clam chowder.

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1:00
PM
Episode 2R1R01

The temperature is rising, and some folks like it really hot! Eddie Jackson shares hot and spicy dishes that give a little sweet, a little savory and a whole lot of spice. If you like the heat, stay in your seat!

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1:30
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Episode 3R1R13

Eddie Jackson takes a look at some amazing Black-owned restaurants. These business owners are passionate about their community, cultural history, family tradition and food!

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2:00
PM
Episode 1004

Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, bellies are full and love is in the air as we celebrate the best meals for any romantic occasion. Alex Guarnaschelli wines and dines with the most amazing gnocchi ever made in New York City. Jeff Mauro is dressed to impress and ready to swoon over a mouthwatering, 14-karat gold cake in Chicago, and get ready for a date with Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski as they light the night on fire with simply perfect pasta.

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2:30
PM
Episode 1005

You don't have to sacrifice incredible food experiences in order to save a buck! Antonia Lofaso keeps her wallet full with irresistible Mexican munchies in Venice Beach, Calif., Duff Goldman saves a ton as he takes on the enormous Orca Platter in Washington, D.C., and Ali Khan gets incredible bang for his buck with a one-of-a-kind meal in Des Moines, Iowa, that you have to see to believe.

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3:00
PM
Episode 1006

Middle Eastern cuisine comes from more than ten countries, making it some of the most diverse and popular food on the planet. Alton Brown loses control over a jewel of deliciousness in Los Angeles. Alex Guarnaschelli raves about a classic Middle Eastern delight in New Orleans, and Monti Carlo finds meat-pie perfection in Phoenix.

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3:30
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Episode 1007

What's the one thing that can turn a good dish into a great dish? It's that special key ingredient that makes all the difference. Alton Brown reveals the surprise ingredient that goes into the best cinnamon roll ever, Alex Guarnaschelli loves sourdough bread made with pickle juice, and Monti Carlo heads to New Orleans for the most unique, irresistible oysters ever.

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4:00
PM
Episode 0308

Actor and proud Baltimore native Josh Charles meets up with Michael Symon at his favorite place for crab cakes in a town where everyone fights over where to find the very best. After a heated round of bocce ball in the city's Little Italy neighborhood, Michael introduces Josh to some of Baltimore's best new spots for juicy, inventive burgers, sweet and savory desserts and refreshing craft brews to wash it all down.

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4:30
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Episode 415

Chef Michael Symon gets things started in Boston where a whole smoked hog is getting the royal treatment with a marinade injection, a salt crust and a foil wrap for crispy skin. Then in Phoenix, a wolf of a burger gets topped with smoked pulled pork, bacon, a stout barbecue sauce and beer mustard. Finally, a whole game hen sitting on a beer can in Dallas makes for the juiciest chicken in all of Texas.

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5:00
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Episode 414

Chef Michael Symon sinks his teeth into a burger in Memphis, Tenn., that's so dangerously good, innocent bystanders had better beware! Then pizza gets a brunch makeover in Atlanta with creamy scrambled eggs and crispy pancetta. Finally, Thai-style fried chicken and Caribbean jerk smoked ribs pack Texas-sized flavor into Houston's delicious melting pot.

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5:30
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Episode 504

Michael Symon heads to his hometown of Cleveland to visit a brewery that revolutionizes classic pub fare with decadent confit chicken wings in chipotle-maple glaze. Then, a burger bar in Pittsburgh piles brisket, bacon and ham on top of a four-cut blended steak patty for the ultimate meat lover's paradise. In Indianapolis, pork ribs get smoked and then deep-fried for the juiciest meat and the crispiest crunch.

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6:00
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Episode 510H

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas -- except when it comes to the food, which is too good not to share! Noah Cappe investigates the Great American Foodie Fest in Nevada and gets lucky with some monster meat meals like the Katsu Curry Sandwich. At the Kittitas County Fair in Washington, Noah goes local with the Beefalo Burger and Hucklepeach Donuts.

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6:30
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Episode 511H

Noah Cappe visits the Alaska State Fair, which is older than the state itself! He tries some local fresh seafood and state secrets, including the Sasquatch Sandwich. Down south at the Georgia National Fair, Noah finds that mornings are brighter when the day starts with the Country Breakfast Tots and Peach Fritter Funnel Cake.

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7:00
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Episode 703

Noah Cappe heads to Crystal River, Florida, for the Florida Manatee Festival, where he tries the OMG Pretzel Bomb and the Fried King Cake. Then he ventures to New Braunfels, Texas, to check out the best of the Oktoberfest celebration known as Wurstfest. He kicks things off with a Wurstburger and slurps a chocolatey Black Forest Float.

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7:30
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Episode 802

Noah Cappe starts off in Chippewa Falls, Wis., at the Northern Wisconsin State Fair. The Wisconsin woods are the inspiration for the loaded Campfire Burger, and the state's famous cheese curds make an appearance in the Hot Chick. Noah tries Spanish Queens, a unique deep-fried treat, and coffee gets a fresh take in the form of the Funnel-Latte. Then Noah's off to Indianapolis, where meat takes center stage at the Marion County Fair. The Pork Pickle Pizza is a new favorite, and the Deep-Fried Reuben transforms the classic sandwich into an easy-to-eat, must-have treat.

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8:00
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Episode 803

Noah Cappe heads to northern Indiana, where the Hoosiers in Valparaiso are doing things right at the Porter County Fair. The Super Ramen Dog combines two delicious foods Noah didn't know belonged together, the Elephant Ear Taco is a new take on a fairground favorite, and the Peanut Pop Shake has Noah all shook up. Then he heads north of the border to Brooklin, Ontario, for the Brooklin Spring Fair. He makes friends with the Secret Club, gets a taste from across the pond with London Calling and eats dessert in a whole new way with the Push Pop Cake.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1R1R03

Noah Cappe crosses America in search of classic carnival snacks gone wild! From a pumped-up corn dog at Indiana's Porter County Fair and a funnel cake-blooming onion mashup at Alabama's Greater Gulf State Fair, to a crazy candy apple at Florida's Pasco County Fair and a cotton candy burrito at the Tennessee State Fair, all of these midway masterpieces are daringly delicious.

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9:00
PM
Episode 4R1R03

Roger Mooking showcases some of the best of coastal cuisine in a top 15 countdown of the most delicious dishes inspired by America's oceans, lakes and rivers. From shrimp and grits on the Gulf Coast to wasabi salmon burgers on Alaska's frozen coast and crab cakes by the Chesapeake Bay, it's an exploration of truly mouthwatering meals with a glimpse behind the scenes at some of the country's best chefs at work in their own kitchens.

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10:00
PM
11:00
PM
Episode 1306

From humongous German-style pork shanks in Philadelphia and pork-powered pizzas in Boston to bourbon-glazed pork chops in St. Rose, Louisiana, and the skyscraper-sized Hogzilla in Ridgefield, Connecticut, these restaurants across America are going hog wild with pork.

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12:00
AM
Episode 803

Noah Cappe heads to northern Indiana, where the Hoosiers in Valparaiso are doing things right at the Porter County Fair. The Super Ramen Dog combines two delicious foods Noah didn't know belonged together, the Elephant Ear Taco is a new take on a fairground favorite, and the Peanut Pop Shake has Noah all shook up. Then he heads north of the border to Brooklin, Ontario, for the Brooklin Spring Fair. He makes friends with the Secret Club, gets a taste from across the pond with London Calling and eats dessert in a whole new way with the Push Pop Cake.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1R1R03

Noah Cappe crosses America in search of classic carnival snacks gone wild! From a pumped-up corn dog at Indiana's Porter County Fair and a funnel cake-blooming onion mashup at Alabama's Greater Gulf State Fair, to a crazy candy apple at Florida's Pasco County Fair and a cotton candy burrito at the Tennessee State Fair, all of these midway masterpieces are daringly delicious.

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1:00
AM
Episode 4R1R03

Roger Mooking showcases some of the best of coastal cuisine in a top 15 countdown of the most delicious dishes inspired by America's oceans, lakes and rivers. From shrimp and grits on the Gulf Coast to wasabi salmon burgers on Alaska's frozen coast and crab cakes by the Chesapeake Bay, it's an exploration of truly mouthwatering meals with a glimpse behind the scenes at some of the country's best chefs at work in their own kitchens.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1306

From humongous German-style pork shanks in Philadelphia and pork-powered pizzas in Boston to bourbon-glazed pork chops in St. Rose, Louisiana, and the skyscraper-sized Hogzilla in Ridgefield, Connecticut, these restaurants across America are going hog wild with pork.

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Wednesday, Apr 14

So Much Pretty Food Here