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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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    Grill It! With Bobby Flay

    Grill It! With Bobby Flay

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    Spill it! Fill it! Chill it! Grill it! Bobby Flay mans the grill once again with this informative Food Network series produced by Rock Shrimp Productions, LLC. Chef Flay has found the best grillers across the country who have surprised him with the main ingredient, which is then grilled two different ways.moreless
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    Dinner: Impossible

    Dinner: Impossible

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    With extraordinary skill and delicious results, Chef Robert Irvine delivers remarkable menus for either small groups or big crowds every week in spite of tremendous obstacles. In each mission, Chef Irvine is faced with culinary challenges that are unique to Dinner: Impossible in which he must overcome time restrictions, weather, personnel shortages, and interesting hurdles characteristic to the show, and creates a real risk that he may not complete his challenge.

    Broadcast History:

    Seasons 1-4 Master Chef Robert Irvine is presented with an unusual culinary challenge each week. Will he be able to come up with an authentic 18th century meal? Will he be able to create a rich culinary experience for 150 passengers on a luxury train? Watch one of the most respected and talented chefs in the world works with his two sous chefs, George and George, as he overcomes obstacles and delivers a culinary masterpiece.

    Broadcast Time: 10 p.m. Wednesdays E/P (Seasons 1-3 half-hour, Season 4 one hour)

    Season 5 Iron Chef and Restaurateur Michael Symon (Lola and Lolita in Cleveland, Ohio) takes on brand new challenges in season five, along with his sous chefs, Tim and Greg. Watch as this Culinary Institute of America graduate is challenged with missions most chefs would run from screaming, and enjoy the new rebel attitude as Michael and his Harley ride into each impossible dinner challenge.

    Broadcast Time: 10 p.m. Wednesdays E/P (half-hour)

    Seasons 6-8 Chef Robert Irvine returns to the show and is met with harder challenges and even more difficult venues for his trouble. These seasons included trips to the X Games, a roulette wheel that determined the number of diners, cooking for television casts and football teams, a fundraiser, and many more. Through it all, Irvine tried to maintain his cool and give everyone the culinary event of their lives.

    Broadcast Time: 10 p.m. Wednesdays E/P (one hour)

    Program Notes Robert Irvine was released after resumé discrepancies were exposed by Florida's St. Petersburg Times on February 17, 2008. He had taped three of the 13 one-hour episodes that had been ordered, which were burned off during the summer of 2008. The Food Network hired a new host, Michael Symon, and ordered 10 half-hour episodes that aired near the end of the summer 2008, although early press claimed these episodes would be one hour in length.

    Dinner: Impossible with Chef Symon at the helm took a slightly different tone, which illustrated the differences between a restaurateur caterer and an event chef. Fewer dishes were produced in each episode, and Michael's laid-back attitude was poles apart from Robert's highly charged delivery. On November 20, 2008, 15 days after Symon's fifth episode, The Food Network quietly released a written statement that Robert Irvine would return the following March with six one-hour episodes, although the date was pushed to April 2009. In a Cleveland.com interview on November 21, 2008, Simon indicated he knew when he accepted the job that it was almost certain that it would be for one season, but his contract prevented him from discussing it until after the announcement.moreless
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    Giada's Weekend Getaways

    Giada's Weekend Getaways

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    Food Network (ended 2008)
    Join host Giada De Laurentiis as she tracks down excellent 3-day getaways in or around major US cities that involve exciting local activities and fabulous culinary treats. Its food, frivolity and fun as Giada finds adventure and delectable food experiences in NYC, Cabo, Seattle and LA.moreless
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    Kid in a Candy Store

    Kid in a Candy Store

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    Adam Gertler hosts and travels the America to visit factories, restaurants and bakeries where America's favorite candies and sweet treats are made and distributed.
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    Have Cake, Will Travel

    Have Cake, Will Travel

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    Cake decorator Ashley Vicos and her team travel America to bake amazing cakes for special events such as New York's fashion and Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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    Sugar High

    Sugar High

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    Cake guru, Duff Goldman, is back as he travels across America to find the best desserts in the country.
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    Crave

    Crave

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    Host Troy Johnson, food critic and journalist in San Diego, will travel anywhere to try out new and exciting food and culinary trends.
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    Extreme Cuisine with Jeff Corwin

    Extreme Cuisine with Jeff Corwin

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    Jeff Corwin uses his wildlife and food expertise to travel the world and find the best regional food and try it out for himself.