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    Bill's Holiday

    Bill's Holiday

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    Cooking Channel
    Bill's Holiday is the Cooking Channel series that joins chef Bill Granger on his travels through Australia. Bill was born in Melbourne, Australia, later moving to Sydney where he started working as a professional cook while going to art school. At only 22 years old, he opened up his first restaurant, Bills, which became highly successful. He followed up with two more Sydney restaurants, and eventually expanded with a Bills all the way in Tokyo. Bill has also written several international best seller cookbooks, selling more than 850,000 books in five languages. His television series bills food has also been a success, airing in 27 countries and being watched by more than two million viewers per episode in the UK alone. Now Bill is hitting the road, going on a pilgrimage through Australia, with an emphasis on food. Celebrating the produce, recipes, and people of his Australian heritage, Bill meets some interesting and dedicated characters along his journey. Tune in and learn about Australia's food traditions, while picking up great recipes and more on Bill's Holiday.moreless
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    Cooking in the Danger Zone

    Cooking in the Danger Zone

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    Current TV
    Cooking in the Danger Zone is the Current TV series that follows journalist Stefan Gates as he travels the world to check out some crazy foods in some distant corners of the world. Current TV was created in 2005 by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and businessman Joel Hyatt. Current TV began with a unique style of programming, with "pods", short programs which were often created by viewers. Users submitted short pods on a variety of subject matter, and Current's website offered voting to see which would make it on-air. In 2009, Current changed to offer more traditional programming, switching from short pods to 30 minute block programming, though some elements still remain. Now we get to join food adventurer and award-winning writer and TV presenter Stefan Gates as he invites the Current TV cameras on his adventures around the world. He has eaten rat, rotten walrus, investigated conflict food in Afghanistan, radioactive food in Chernobyl, and much more. Now we follow along as he travels around the globe to sample culture and meet locals while diving into the local cuisine, from radioactive milk in Chernobyl to BBQ'ed dog in South Korea. Join in as the fearless food adventurer goes to places most foodies wouldn't dare, on Cooking in the Danger Zone.moreless
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    James May's Road Trip

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    James May's Road Trip is a BBC show centered on the pursuit of finding the best wines in both the "Old" and "New" Worlds. It is hosted by James May, best known for his role in Top Gear, and wine connoisseur Oz Clarke. Together, the duo explore various vineyards throughout the world, while at the same time, Oz tries to enlighten the beer-loving James to the value of fine wine. They journey to vineyards like Bordeaux, Rhone Valley and Paso Robles. The pair like to travel in style to their destinations, as seen when they journeyed through France in May's Jaguar XJS and when they made their way through California in a large, well-equipped motor home. James is typically planning some sort of mischief, like he did when the pair were in France. While there, he set up a wine taste test which included a blend that was fermented in the trunk of his car. The show's interesting locations and fun-loving hosts offer an entertaining and unique twist on the subject of wine.moreless
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    Extreme Gourmet

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    Mnet
    An adventurous game of eating extreme food around the world.
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    G. Garvin: The Road Tour

    G. Garvin: The Road Tour

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    The chef known for his signature "super simple" recipes hits the road on a culinary tour.
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    Seasoned with Spirit

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    PBS
    Native American Chef Loretta Barrett Oden (Citizen Potawatomi Nation) hosts the Regional Emmy award-winning PBS cooking, travel and Native American culture, five-part series.
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    Uncorked

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    Mojo
    Uncorked with Billy Merritt, despite being an unusual concept, is outstanding proof that anyone can learn to love wine, even a comedian. Through the show, Merritt doesn't attempt to hide his obvious lack of knowledge about wine yet he's still one of the most engaging host's on a wine-orientated show to date. In fact, he practically reads the minds of his viewer, asking questions that everyone wants the answers to but can't ask for fear of humiliation. Starting out as a comedian who loved his normal beer, he learns to love wine and the tricks of the trade, eventually collecting his own from his recently attained knowledge from the show, attempting to show that you can too. From practical advice to overlayed tips running through this show, it's not hard to learn to love wine yourself. Merritt will take your around the world, from Napa to Europe, you'll meet chefs, grape growers, wine makers, all with the fiery passion of a true wine-lover.moreless
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    Mom's Cooking

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    "Mom's Cooking" is a half-hour series that follows daughters into their mother's kitchen where they learn to create their favorite childhood dishes.
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    Food(ography)

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    Mo Rocca, from CBS Sunday Morning, looks into the past, present and future of famous foods.
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    Spice Goddess

    Spice Goddess

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    Cooking Channel
    Bal Arneson uses fresh ingredients to make unique and delicious Indian meals.
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    United Tastes of America

    United Tastes of America

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    Jeffrey Saad, a contestant on season five of Food Network's The Next Food Network Star, finds the cultural significance behind famous food from like pizza and donuts.
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    Chef Hunter

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    Food Network
    Chef recruiter, Carrie McCully, brings together four aspiring chefs to compete for an executive chef position at a famous restaurant.
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    Botany of Desire

    Botany of Desire

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    PBS
    Botany of Desire is a nature documentary developed by PBS inspired and based on Michael Pollan's book of the same name that centers on the relationship between nature, specifically vegetation, and humans as seen through the plants' point of view. Pollan focuses on four distinct aspects of the relationship between human and plant: the sweetness of the apple, the beauty of the tulip, the pleasure sought from marijuana, and the sustenance needed from the potato. Even though those plants began in nature, human scientists have reached out to control them through selection, genetic engineering, and processing. Botany of Desire shows viewers just how the lines blur of control as the craze for a tulip bulb could cost a total of a new house or the importance of a potato field in Idaho and Peru. With a history of the four plants from their origins to their modifications, whether it is in habitat or genes, Botany of Desire shows just how much we rely on plants born from a single tiny seed.moreless
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    Everyday Living

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    Live Well
    Everyday Living is a lifestyle television series on the Live Well HD Network. The show is all about sharing tips and tricks that are applicable to everyday life. The topics vary along a wide range, just as real life experiences and needs do. Do you want to know about the latest Spanx Swimwear and what they can do for your ocean-side figure? Or would you like to actually shed some pounds and potentially improve your health and quality of life through a simple food detox? Do you want some budget-friendly t-shirt tips to make over your wardrobe and attract some attention without breaking the bank? Or, on the raunchier side, do you want to know how to spice up your sex life with some sex exercises? Answers to all of these questions and more can be found on Everyday Living in short episodes that present their tips and tricks in a concise, entertaining fashion. Tune in to Everyday Living to learn new ways to improve your life without much effort or time, but with great results!moreless
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    Dear Food Network: Thanksgiving

    Dear Food Network: Thanksgiving

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    Food Network
    Dear Food Network: Thanksgiving is the Food Network special where Food Network stars help you get prepared for turkey day. All of the Food Network gang is here to prepare some awesome holiday treats, and to show you the best and easiest ways to conquer the kitchen this Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving dinner can be quite the undertaking, with a gigantic bird and tons of side dishes, the task of cooking can be a daunting one. Time to call in some help! Featuring chefs like Claire Robinson, Tyler Florence, Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Guy Fieri and more, you are sure to have a variety of expert opinions. The experts answer your questions and listen to your stories. Join Alton Brown as he goes into the science of cooking the perfect bird. Hear from the chefs about their favorite dishes, and hear from fans about their worst dinner disasters. Get ready for the tastiest holiday of the year with your favorite Food Network stars on Dear Food Network: Thanksgiving.moreless
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    Bill's Food

    Bill's Food

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    Cooking Channel
    Bill's Food is the Cooking Channel series where chef Bill Granger shows viewers how to cook his popular recipes. Bill was born in Melbourne, Australia, later moving to Sydney where he started working as a professional cook while going to art school. At only 22 years old, he opened up his first restaurant, Bills, which became highly successful. He followed up with two more Sydney restaurants, and eventually expanded with a Bills all the way in Tokyo. Bill has also written several international best seller cookbooks, selling more than 850,000 books in five languages. In his first television series, Bill's Food, Granger brings his passion for cooking to the home viewers, using the relaxed style of his popular cafes and books. Utilizing easy-to-find ingredients for simple recipes that taste great, Bill shows you how to easily make unforgettable meals for any occasion and any time of day. From breakfast to barbecues, a normal night at home or a special dinner party, Bill has you covered on Cooking Channel's Bill's Food.moreless
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    Last Cake Standing

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    Last Cake Standing is the Food Network competition series where cake artists fight for the title of Best Cake Artist in America. The show brings together eight stars of the cake world, for a competition like you've never seen. In six episodes the talented pastry chefs will compete in difficult tasks to try to avoid elimination and make it to the end. From creating moving cakes, to elaborate superhero-inspired cakes, and a long and grueling two-day cake competition in Las Vegas, these challenges aren't for the weak, and these chefs are laying all of it on the line. They take on the intense challenges and crazy twists, hopefully making it it to the end with an equally crazy cake that is sure to amaze and make mouths water. The cakes are judged by master pastry chef and sugar artist Kerry Vincent and pastry chef expert Keegan Gerhard, and a special guest, and each week the three judges send home one competitor. One of these creative confectioners will make it to the end, winning the title and $100,000. Tune in as these eight cake makers put their skills to the test in Food Network's Last Cake Standing.moreless
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    Meat & Potatoes

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    Meet Rahm Fama. Actually, Meat Rahm Fama! A chef and meat nerd originally from New Mexico, Rahm combs the country for the choicest cuts.
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    Culinary Travels

    Culinary Travels

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    Culinary Travels is a television show which takes cooking out of the kitchen and on to the road. The viewer is transported to the source of the meal that is being cooked, using all-local and all-natural foods to cook a local indigenous delicacy, whether it be in Jamaica, or in Tokyo. The viewer gets to see the locals and the personalities in whichever location Dave Eckert (The host) and his team end up. The unique feature of the show is that it tries to understand where local food comes from, going through a veritable trove of information just to get to that point. Here you can learn about the food, wine, culture and history of a place, but you also get to see the travel and adventure to the places where the crew travel to. Eckert truly goes out of his way to find the finest and freshest foods, sometimes that even involves climbing a mountain, both for his own and the viewers pleasure.moreless
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    Fed Up!

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    Veria TV
    Fed Up! is the Veria TV series where natural foods chef Andrea Beaman helps viewers kick the junk food habit and learn to eat better. Stopping by the drive thru can seem easy and appealing after a long day, but there are ways to eat right and cut the junk. Learn easy recipes and foods you need to add to your diet from a natural food expert.moreless
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