TV Schedule

Friday, Mar 1

7:00
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Episode 4R1R08

There's no better way to start a meal than with a delicious appetizer, and Eddie Jackson finds the perfect line up of apps. With unique nachos, delicious dips and new twists on classic dishes, there's no limit to the options for appetizers.

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7:30
AM
Episode 4R1R02

Eddie Jackson finds a variety of foods where the flavor is all wrapped up. More than just your average burrito, these unique wraps of pizza, meatballs or even pad Thai will blow your mind!

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8:00
AM
Episode 2R1R06

Heading back to his Southern roots, Eddie Jackson is on the hunt for the best chicken dinners. Taking comfort food to the next level, these favorite dishes are trashy, messy and spicy. Winner, winner, it's chicken for dinner!

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8:30
AM
Episode 4R1R03

Eddie Jackson proves it's what's inside that counts as he explores the best dishes with inner beauty. Whether it's a sweet-stuffed dessert or a meat-packed main course, these dishes are filled with the right stuff.

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9:00
AM
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

Taipei: Stinky Tofu and Iron Eggs

Episode 6R1R01

Andrew Zimmern hits the food mecca of Taipei, Taiwan. He faces stinky tofu in a mountainside factory, learns the secret to turning eggs into hard-as-iron street food and masters pulling the longest and strongest noodles.

9:30
AM
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

Ho Chi Minh City: Rat Hearts and Porcupine Parts

Episode 6R1R02

Andrew Zimmern travels to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Hitting the city streets at night, he feasts on sucking snails and duck tongues. Then on the outskirts of town, he hunts for rice field rats and gets a taste of farm-raised porcupine.

10:00
AM
Episode 424

Andrew Zimmern highlights the thrilling favorites of Bangkok. From spicy tom yum goong soup and pad Thai to fruity som tam and mango sticky rice, the vibrant flavors of Thailand come to life in every bite.

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10:30
AM
Episode 505

Andrew Zimmern gets a taste of traditional Viking dishes in Oslo, Norway. From reindeer steak and local cured salmon to sheep and heart-shaped waffles, the capital city serves up recipes that have stood the test of time.

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11:00
AM
Episode 506

From raucous crayfish boils and snackable fish to lean reindeer meat and hearty porridge pies, Andrew Zimmern highlights traditional dishes from Helsinki, Finland.

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11:30
AM
Episode 602

Andrew Zimmern introduces the popular tastes of Shanghai, China. From creamy hairy crab and savory pork-filled dumplings to rice wine-soaked chicken and scallion pancakes on the go, cuisine in this big city is sweet and simple.

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12:00
PM
Episode 207

Roger Mooking is checking out the best combinations of eggs, gravy, breakfast meat and fried dough that make up the 12 greatest breakfasts in the country. He's hanging out in the kitchen with chefs learning all their secrets on how to get the day started right with a nice, hearty meal.

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1:00
PM
Episode 4R1R12

Where there's smoke, there might be fire, but there's definitely delicious food. Roger Mooking runs down 15 of the best fire- and smoke-kissed dishes across the U.S., including all the pork, beef, chicken and flaming desserts. Get a behind-the-scenes peek at chefs in their own kitchens offering recipes and more on how to make the very best food over an open flame.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1007

Noah Cappe visits the Washington County Fair in Utah for the Twisted Pickle Roll -- a deep-fried pickle sushi dream come true -- and has a little dessert in the desert with the Cooke Dough Dog. Then, he's off to the Clark County Fair in Nevada for Pretzel French Toast and the spicy Cheesy Carne Brick. Finally, Noah heads to the North Florida Fair in Tallahassee for their Southern Fried Softshell Sandwich, the Fiery Fiesta Funnel Cake and Grape Gems, a candy-coated fruity treat!

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2:30
PM
Episode 512

Noah Cappe welcomes the changing of the seasons at the Circleville Pumpkin Show in Ohio, where pumpkin stars in both savory and sweet treats like Pumpkin Chili Dogs and Fall Favorite Taffy. Across the country at the North Carolina State Fair in Raleigh, he finds some Southern favorites that have gotten the midway makeover, including True Grits and Banana Split Pudding Bites.

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3:00
PM
Episode 1008

It's rodeo time, and Noah Cappe heads to Texas for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. On the menu is the Cajun Smoked Tater -- a zesty BBQ sandwich which swaps the bread for a smoked potato -- followed by the Birria Bun-ritto that fuses authentic Vietnamese and Mexican cuisine. For dessert, Noah snacks on the Monte Cake Cristo, a deep-fried take on the classic American sandwich. Noah also visits the Clark County Fair in Nevada for the Poppin Walla Walla Burger, a towering jalapeno popper stuffed masterpiece, and gets some home cooking on a bun with the Adobo Pancit Hoagie. Then, Noah heads back in time at the Medieval Fair of Norman, Okla., to stuff himself with Thanksgiving Feast Tots and attend the coronation of the Crown Cannoli.

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3:30
PM
Episode 515

The fairground wasn't made for forks and knives, so Noah Cappe is checking out the fork-free favorites and the hand-held carnival treats that keep us coming back!

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4:00
PM
Episode 1013

Noah Cappe starts his midway culinary adventure in Prospect, Pennsylvania, at the Big Butler Fair with the massively monstrous Challenge Burrito and the Crabby Patty Melt, in which a crab cake is stuffed into a grilled cheese. Then, it's off to the State Fair Meadowlands in New Jersey, where Noah samples Jibaritos, a Puerto Rican steak and plantain sandwich, and taste tests the State Fair Funnelwich -- a mashup of funnel cake and French toast. Plus, Noah visits the Macoupin County Fair in Carlinville, Illinois, where the menu includes the Breakfast Shoe -- a morning take on the classic Illinois sandwich -- the BBQ-stuffed Fat Sammy and cereal-coated doughnuts called Cereal Bombs.

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4:30
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.

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5:00
PM
Episode 110

Whether to swipe the sticky sugar from your hands or to catch a drip on your lip, these ooey gooey desserts require a napkin or two to conquer. Dive into the stickiest of sticky buns, a coconut cake soaked with syrup, a fried apple pie dipped in spiced caramel and a sundae that's dripping with two different sauces. Take our advice and save your fingers: grab a spoon.

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5:30
PM
Episode 202

Glazed, sprinkled, filled or even plain, there's nothing so delectable as a freshly fried doughnut. So when you add some unique twists on this all American treat, they are quite simply, irresistible.

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6:00
PM
Episode 212

These are the places that everyone flocks to for desserts they can't get anywhere else. Homemade pies that fly off the shelves, ice creams that people stand in line for late at night and unique spiced cakes that tickle the taste buds. These are neighborhood gems that sparkle.

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6:30
PM
Episode 305

Mojo Monkey pays tribute to iconic American sweets through their dynamic doughhuts. Brooklyn Farmacy is a soda shop that pours out a funky collection of housemade nostalgic fountain treats. Chicago Diner creates classic diner desserts that taste so divine and decadent you can't even tell they're vegan! Teaspoon Bakeshop takes pride in creating their modern American sweets.

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7:00
PM
Episode 504

The seven bakers put a spring spin on Southern classics, starting with the challenge of turning a can of biscuits into a spring dessert flavored with lemonade, bourbon or sweet tea. In the main heat, host Clinton Kelly asks each baker not only to give a classic Southern cake a spring makeover but also to include a Southern pantry ingredient like pickled peaches or pepper jelly. Also featured is a surprise appearance by Southern baking expert Jason Smith.

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8:00
PM
Episode 505

Easter is a time for colorful desserts and marshmallow treats, so the six remaining bakers have to create an ooey-gooey marshmallow dessert in a bright Easter color. For the main heat, it's off to the Easter parade for some fun with fashion as the competitors must bake and decorate a tropical fruit-flavored dessert that looks just like an Easter bonnet.

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9:00
PM
Episode 506

For Earth Day, the five bakers are celebrating the bounty of Mother Nature, starting with wondrous walnut desserts featuring an assortment of flower honeys. Then the competitors find themselves in a forest grove filled with wild berries, which they must use to flavor an enchanted forest cake with edible moss.

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10:00
PM
Episode 507

Pink is the color of spring, and rose is the perfect party wine, so the four remaining bakers are charged with making mini desserts featuring rose and cheese. Then it's off to the races in the spirit of the Kentucky Derby as the bakers make all-pink party desserts using pink ingredients.

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11:00
PM
Episode 508

The pressure mounts in the Spring Baking Championship finale as the three remaining bakers celebrate Mother's Day. For cocktail hour, the competitors must make Mom two different baked items inspired by mai tais, mojitos or mimosas. Then they use flavors inspired by Mom's favorite coffee drinks to create cakes featuring their Mother's Day gifts, like an edible box filled with Mom's favorite candy. One baker wins the title of Spring Baking Champion and takes home the $25,000 prize.

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12:00
AM
Episode 505

Easter is a time for colorful desserts and marshmallow treats, so the six remaining bakers have to create an ooey-gooey marshmallow dessert in a bright Easter color. For the main heat, it's off to the Easter parade for some fun with fashion as the competitors must bake and decorate a tropical fruit-flavored dessert that looks just like an Easter bonnet.

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1:00
AM
Episode 506

For Earth Day, the five bakers are celebrating the bounty of Mother Nature, starting with wondrous walnut desserts featuring an assortment of flower honeys. Then the competitors find themselves in a forest grove filled with wild berries, which they must use to flavor an enchanted forest cake with edible moss.

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2:00
AM
Episode 507

Pink is the color of spring, and rose is the perfect party wine, so the four remaining bakers are charged with making mini desserts featuring rose and cheese. Then it's off to the races in the spirit of the Kentucky Derby as the bakers make all-pink party desserts using pink ingredients.

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3:00
AM
Episode 508

The pressure mounts in the Spring Baking Championship finale as the three remaining bakers celebrate Mother's Day. For cocktail hour, the competitors must make Mom two different baked items inspired by mai tais, mojitos or mimosas. Then they use flavors inspired by Mom's favorite coffee drinks to create cakes featuring their Mother's Day gifts, like an edible box filled with Mom's favorite candy. One baker wins the title of Spring Baking Champion and takes home the $25,000 prize.

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