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    The Best Thing I Ever Ate

    The Best Thing I Ever Ate

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    This show features some of the Food Network's stars traveling to show us their favorite food choices.
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    The Great Food Truck Race

    The Great Food Truck Race

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    Hosted by Tyler Florence, this show pits seven teams of mobile chefs in a cross-country race. Each week, teams roll into a different city and have a weekend to create and sell items from their food truck. The team that makes the least profit is eliminated, until only one truck remains to win their custom food truck and some starting funds.moreless
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    Chef Wanted With Anne Burrell

    Chef Wanted With Anne Burrell

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    Need a new executive chef? Bring in Anne Burrell. She will give your candidates the toughest job interviews they've been through. Watch as she tests how well they cook and how well they can run business on her new Food Network show Chef Wanted With Anne Burrell.moreless
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    Boy Meets Grill

    Boy Meets Grill

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    Learn how to entertain outdoors the right away from Chef Bobby Flay. From grocery shopping to grill, then from grill to table on a rooftop in New York City, this cooking show on the Food Network will make your mouth water.moreless
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    Last Cake Standing

    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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    Feasting on Asphalt

    Feasting on Asphalt

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    This series presented by Food Network follows Alton Brown of Good Eats fame as he and his crew travel the open roads of America in search of great food. Season one started on the shores of South Carolina, and followed the crew on their way to Los Angeles, steering clear of interstates when possible, Alton visits culinary landmarks along the way, some known, and some unknown, all while enlightening us with history of cuisine and culture along the way. Set to return this fall, Alton and company will travel the length of the Mighty Mississippi for season 2.

    Nothing plucks the heart strings of the American spirit like an open road. Oh, I'm not talking about those rivers of concrete which lure us with stable speeds and zero surprises. I'm talking about the highways and byways that really stitch this crazy quilt of a country together. Why, on routes like this, anything can happen. Consider cuisine: interstates give you culinary conformity, but out here, flavors change with the contour of the land, and words like hospitality take on old meanings. Why, I bet down around that curve there is a cafe, diner, tea room, or truck stop where the waitresses still call ya hun, and the cooks actually cook! How do I know? I don't, but I've got a map, and a motorcycle, and a month to find out. I'm Alton Brown, and this is Feasting on Asphalt - Alton Brownmoreless
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    Ask Aida

    Ask Aida

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    Food Network (ended 2009)
    Aida is full of culinary advice of all kinds, and this Food Network series is all about solving your most pressing problems in the kitchen. Users can upload a video detailing their issues with entertaining, kitchen tools, recipes and more, and Aida will tackle them on the air. Please be informed about new airtime of third season: Saturdays, 9:30 AM ET/PTmoreless
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    Road Tasted

    Road Tasted

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    Bobby and Jamie Deen are Paula Deen's sons. Paula Deen is considered by many to be the queen of southern cuisine. In 'Road Tasted,' Jamie and Bobby go to different locations around the US looking for unusual 'mom and pop' shops and restaurants to find unique delicacies and share their experiences with the viewer. All of the products they showcase can be delivered throughout the country.moreless
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    Recipe for Success

    Recipe for Success

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    Welcome to the Recipe for Success guide at TV.com! Each week, host Eric McLendon introduces and tracks people who are risking it all to start a food-based business from scratch.
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    Sugar Dome

    Sugar Dome

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    Sugar Dome is a Food Network competition based reality show. It has three teams of food artists competing each week to see who can make the sweetest masterpiece.
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    Ultimate Recipe Showdown

    Ultimate Recipe Showdown

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    Marc Summers and Guy Fieri host this cooking competition that seeks the Ultimate Recipe in six different categories: chicken, burgers, comfort foods, cakes, pasta and cookies. Nine finalists per category will get to work in front of a live audience. One lucky cook will walk away with $25,000, and a version of his/her recipe will be featured at TGI Friday's restaurant.moreless
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    Behind the Bash

    Behind the Bash

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    Ever wondered how to throw a really swanky party? Join Giada De Laurentiis as she takes a look behind the scenes at some of the most fabulous parties in the country. The glitz of Vegas and the glamour of New York provide exciting backdrops to Giada's exploration of how the rich and famous get their party on.moreless
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    Extreme Chef

    Extreme Chef

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    Whether extracting ingredients from a block of ice or using a Swiss Army knife as a lone cooking utensil, three chefs are pushed to their physical and mental limits in each episode of Extreme Chef. The series takes chefs out of their kitchen comfort zone to test their wits, adaptability and artistry as they must adapt to extreme conditions and unpredictable factors including swimming across a lake for ingredients and constructing a makeshift stove in only 30 minutes. In a series of arduous challenges, the competitors must impress judges and various guest critics with their unique culinary masterpieces to earn the title Extreme Chef.moreless
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    Private Chefs of Beverly Hills

    Private Chefs of Beverly Hills

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    Private Chefs of Beverly Hills is the Food Network docu-soap that follows the chefs at Beverly Hills private chef agency Big City Chefs. Viewers get a peek into the world of glamorous private chefs, who are on call 24/7 to cater to the whims and appetite of their prestigious clientele in the posh LA neighborhood. The company is owned by Tom Stieber, who is in charge of dishing out all of the outrageous requests. From cooking for canines in a pet spa to serving food at a Botox party to a medieval murder mystery party, the chefs handle clients of all types. Jesse Brune is a former star of Bravo's Workout, a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef and trainer who cooks healthy and organic cuisine. Manouschka Guerrier is a model who learned how to cook from her mother and grandmother, and now celebrates the single life with her brand Single Serving. Brian Hill started in catering, and ended up with his own gourmet street food truck and clients like Eddie Murphy and Mary J. Blige. Stuart O'Keeffe studied in Dublin and is now Tupperware's North American chef. Sasha Perl-Raver is self taught and publishes her own books and writes for NBC.com. Brooke Peterson learned how to cook for big groups on small budgets, and has hosted her own web series. The team comes together to try to knock out the crazy jobs of upper-class clients on Food Network's Private Chefs of Beverly Hills.moreless
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    Ice Brigade

    Ice Brigade

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    Learn all the ins and outs of the upscale ice sculpting business.
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    Will Work for Food

    Will Work for Food

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    Host Adam Gertler opens up unknown parts of the food industry in this Food Network series. As he travels, Adam will uncover little known culinary careers.
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    The Chef Jeff Project

    The Chef Jeff Project

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    No stranger to the streets, Jeff Henderson sets out to help six at-risk youths by putting them to work in his kitchen. This accomplished chef and catering company owner gained his culinary skills in prison, and is dead set on keeping this group of six from going down the same difficult path.moreless
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    Sandwich King

    Sandwich King

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    Food Network Star Season 7 winner Jeff Mauro shares his passion for all things sandwiches. For Jeff, sandwiches are much more than something eaten between two pieces of bread, and you'll quickly see why he's fond of saying, "You can make any meal into a sandwich, and any sandwich into a meal."



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    Best in Smoke

    Best in Smoke

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    Six top barbecue masters meet in New York City to compete for a $50,000 grand prize and the title of "Best in Smoke".
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    Kitchen Accomplished

    Kitchen Accomplished

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    The three hosts of the show (sometimes referred to as the SWAT team) of Cat Cora, Wolfgana Schaber and Peter Marr redesign a kitchen for a homeowner is need of major renovations, sometimes depending upon a change in life circumstances (newlyweds, new kids, etc.) or sometimes to revamp a long-term, stale kitchen environment. Cora looks at the kinds of cuisine the recipients of the new kitchen like, Schaber does design and artistic touches and planning, and Marr does building and installation to make a dream kitchen a reality. Along the way, the hosts give tips that viewers can incorporate into their own homes.moreless
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