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    Good Eats

    Good Eats

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    Food can be fun! That's the message of Good Eats, where host Alton Brown explores the ways that food is prepared and the whys of food science. Along the way he and his cast of characters and experts slip in history, comedy, pop references, and (most of the time) a generous pinch of kosher salt. If you want to go beyond what to do into why you do it, then tune in to Good Eats on the Food Network!moreless
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    Diners, Drive-ins and Dives

    Diners, Drive-ins and Dives

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    Guy Fieri, former winner of 'The Next Food Network Star 2,' is the host of this new show from the Food Network. Join Guy along with the Food Network as he travels the country in his 1967 Chevy Camaro, cruising around for the best examples of retro dining the US has to offer.moreless
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    Restaurant: Impossible

    Restaurant: Impossible

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    Chef Robert Irvine has decided to face a new challenge to save America's worst restaurants from failure in only 2 days and $10,000 to spend. Robert will use everything he has to help the owners and employees of the business get hope back and start to regain their success.moreless
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    The Pioneer Woman

    The Pioneer Woman

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    Blogger and cookbook author Ree Drummond draws inspiration from her food blog, "The Pioneer Woman," where she expresses her journey from city girl to rancher wife at her very own Oklahoma ranch.moreless
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    Cupcake Wars

    Cupcake Wars

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    The country's top cupcake bakers challenge themselves to test their artistic quality and design to present their cupcakes at a major event.
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    Throwdown! With Bobby Flay

    Throwdown! With Bobby Flay

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    Bobby Flay is known far and wide as one of the best chefs in the industry, but he knows he's not perfect. In order to put himself and his colleagues to the test, Bobby is traveling around the country and taking on the best in various fields, whether it is barbecue or wedding cakes, to see if he can beat them at their own game.moreless
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    Giada at Home

    Giada at Home

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    Giada invites viewers to feast at her table and shows them how to prepare special, one-of-a -kind meals for their families.
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    Iron Chef America

    Iron Chef America

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    In Iron Chef America, another in the series of "Iron Chef" shows, chefs from all across the country and even the world do battle with four Iron Chefs, Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, returning Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto (from the original series) and their newest Iron chef, and the first ever female Iron Chef, Cat Cora. Mark Dacascos is the new "Chairman" for this show (portrayed as the nephew of the original Chairman Kaga). Alton Brown (Good Eats) provides commentary during the battle, with Kevin Brauch (The Thirsty Traveller) doing reporting on-the-scene updates. Whose cuisine will reign supreme?moreless
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    Cutthroat Kitchen

    Cutthroat Kitchen

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    On Cutthroat Kitchen, four chefs are pitted against each other using $25,000 they are given to purchase helpful tools or to sabotage the other players. After each chaotic round of cooking a chef leaves the game with no money and the remaining chefs continue competing with their remaining cash. Alton Brown brings his expert knowledge and goofiness that asks contests if they have what it takes to make it through Cutthroat Kitchen.moreless
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    Barefoot Contessa

    Barefoot Contessa

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    Ina Garten knows how to entertain with simplicity, style and fun. Visit with Ina at home in the sumptuous Hamptons of New York to discover her shortcuts and strategies for make-ahead menus, fabulous food and memorable parties. Ina also shows you some local Hampton shops where she shops at and her store that she use to own. The show is shot in her very own kitchen.moreless
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    Sweet Genius

    Sweet Genius

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    Master pastry chef Ron Ben-Israel acts as a judge in this new competition series that follows four of America's top pastry chefs as they compete each week in three different elimination challenges. The final chef remaining wins a $10,000 cash prize.moreless
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    Chopped

    Chopped

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    Hosted by Ted Allen, Chopped challenges four promising chefs to turn a selection of everyday ingredients into an extraordinary three-course meal. In each episode, four chefs compete. The show is divided into three rounds: Appetizer, Entrée and Dessert. In each round, the chefs are given a basket containing between three and five unrelated ingredients, and the dish each competitor prepares must contain all of these ingredients. The competitors are also given access to a pantry and refrigerator, which is stocked with a wide variety of other ingredients. Each round has a time limit: 20 minutes for the Appetizer round, and 30 minutes for the Entrée and Dessert rounds. The chefs must cook their dishes and plate them before the time runs out. After each round, a rotating round of culinary judges critique the dishes based on presentation, taste and creativity. The judges then decide which chef is "chopped," who is then eliminated from the competition. By the Dessert round, only two chefs remain. When deciding the winner, the judges consider not only the dessert course, but the entire meal presented by each chef as a whole. The winner of the competition receives a prize of $10,000.moreless
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    Food Network Challenge

    Food Network Challenge

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    Food Network Challenge is a series comprised of various challenges placed upon real chefs who are working in the culinary world, whether their specialities be pastry, sugar, ice, or otherwise. Who can make the best cupcakes? The best BBQ? Who's the fastest bartender in the country or even the world? Join the judges as they find the answers to those very questions on the Food Network Challenge.moreless
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    30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray

    30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray

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    Would you believe you can make impressive and delectable meals at home in less time than it takes to get takeout? Let Rachael Ray show you how easy it can be. From comfort food to sophisticated fare for entertaining, Rachael promises that her dazzling dishes will never take more than 30 minutes to make, from start to finish. Now you can put great food on the table, and still have time to enjoy your family, friends or tackle that home improvement project you've been waiting to get your hands on. "And remember, a good meal is never more than 30 minutes away." Rachael Ray is also the host of Food Network's $40 a Day, Inside Dish and Tasty Travels. *All The Synopses Are Taken From FoodTV.Com* 30 Minute Meals Airs: EASTERN AND PACIFIC TIME ZONES: Monday thru Friday: 2:30pm, 6:00pm and 6:30pm Saturday and Sunday: 8:30am and 11:30am MOUNTAIN TIME ZONE: Monday thru Friday: 3:30pm, 7:00pm and 7:30pm Saturday and Sunday: 9:30am and 12:30pm CENTRAL TIME ZONE: Monday thru Friday: 1:30pm, 5:00pm and 5:30pm Saturday and Sunday: 7:30am and 10:30ammoreless
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    Worst Cooks in America

    Worst Cooks in America

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    This show will feature "challenged" cooks that will be taught to improve their cooking capabilities. The two remaining contestants will take home $25,000.
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    Guy's Big Bite

    Guy's Big Bite

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    This Food Network show suggests food is gender-specific, and Sonoma County, California restaurateur Guy Fieri sets out to test the theory with some protein-driven recipes. Such decidedly masculine dishes featured on the show include Mojito Chicken, Pepperoni Lasagna, Jambalaya Sandwich and more fast, fun, fiery foods to please the toughest, bold taste-seeking palates.moreless
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    The Next Food Network Star

    The Next Food Network Star

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    Have you ever thought you could host your own show? Food Network tests that belief in this competition that focuses on both cooking proficiency and camera skills.

    Season nine resets, in a way, to season six. The finalist head count is back down to twelve. Alton Brown, Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis return as mentors, but back from behind the committee table. They will not run teams head-to-head this year. Each day's challenges, however, now number three, up from two. A new Mentor Challenge, a newly positioned Star Challenge, and a first ever Elimination Challenge. Continuing from last season is the viewer-voted winner, and brand new to this season are focus groups made up of Food Network fans and the chance for one eliminated chef to come back in the finale. Through it all the finalists must always demonstrate the overarching theme of this competition: excellence in the kitchen, ability to share their points of view, and an on-camera that will enthrall fans and newbies alike. Join the fun as the brightest stars from the network and select special guest stars coach these hopefuls toward their dream.

    The winner is awarded his or her own Food Network show produced by the team leader, and a feature in Food Network Magazine. Produced by CBS Eye Too Productions.


    Broadcast History: • Season One – Eight Finalists (one team of two); Hosted by Marc Summers; Committee: Bob Tuschman, Susie Fogelson, and Gordon Elliott; Aired at 9:00 pm E/P. • Season Two – Eight Finalists; Hosted by Marc Summers; Committee: Bob Tuschman, Susie Fogelson, and Bobby Flay; Aired at 9:00 pm E/P. • Season Three – 11 finalists; Hosted by a Different Food Network Personality Each Week; Committee: Bob Tuschman, Susie Fogelson, and Each Week's Host; Aired at 9:00 pm E/P. • Season Four – 10 finalists; Hosted by Bobby Flay; Committee: Bob Tuschman, Susie Fogelson, and Bobby Flay; Aired at 10:00 PM E/P. • Season Five – 10 finalists; Hosted by Bobby Flay; Committee: Bob Tuschman, Susie Fogelson, and Bobby Flay; Aired at 9:00 PM E/P. • Season Six – 12 finalists; Hosted by Bobby Flay; Finalists Mentored by Giada; Committee: Bob Tuschman, Susie Fogelson, and Bobby Flay; Aired at 9:00 PM E/P. • Season Seven – As Food Network Star – 15 finalists; Hosted by Bobby Flay; Committee: Bob Tuschman, Susie Fogelson, Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis; Aired at 9:00 PM E/P. Season Eight – As Food Network Star – 15 finalists; Mentors: Alton Brown, Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis; Committee: Bob Tuschman, Susie Fogelman; Aired at 9:00 PM E/P. (Note: For reasons never fully explained by the network, this season's winner parted ways with their mentor and had the previously guaranteed six-episode show shrunk to a one-hour special.)moreless
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    Ten Dollar Dinners with Melissa d'Arabian

    Ten Dollar Dinners with Melissa d'Arabian

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    The season five winner of The Next Food Network Star, Melissa d'Arabian, has her own daytime show and works to show viewers her tasty recipes that always save money. She sticks to her promise: "four people, ten bucks, infinite possibilities."moreless
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    Road Tasted with the Neelys

    Road Tasted with the Neelys

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    Gina and Pat Neely return in a new show that's all about the family restaurant. They are on a road trip with a purpose. Together they seek out the best family eateries in the country and experience local cultures and test fabulous foods. Road Tasted with the Neelys is produced by Gordon Elliott's Follow Productions.moreless
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    Unwrapped

    Unwrapped

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    Ever wondered where the tiny marshmallows in your breakfast cereal came from? Have we got a show for you! Each week, Unwrapped uncovers behind-the-scenes details on classic American food, from peanut butter and chocolate syrup to French fries and bubblegum. Join host Marc Summers as he explores the test kitchens and the secrets behind lunch box treats, soda pop, movie candy, and more. Unwrapped--the show for everyone who's ever worn a pair of wax lips.moreless
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