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    A Cook's Tour

    A Cook's Tour

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    Food Network (ended 2003)
    Anthony Bourdain is a chef and writer who wants more. Currently a restaurant owner in New York, he has the unique opportunity to travel the world and live for food. From snake hearts to sushi to classic American food, he tries it all. This isn't your typical travel show, and it's certainly not your average cooking show.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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    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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    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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    The Secret Life of...

    The Secret Life of...

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    Calling all foodies with a passion for history! With Jim O'Connor as host, this Food Network show gives you background on the origin of your favorite foods.

    As of April 2007, the new host is George Duran of Ham on the Street.moreless
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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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    Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger

    Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger

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    Figure out how to eat healthier with nutrionist and author Ellie Krieger.
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    Mexican Made Easy

    Mexican Made Easy

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    Mexican Made Easy is the Food Network series where host Marcela Valldolid shows viewers how to create simple and authentic Mexican Food. Marcela was raised to be passionate about food, growing up around expert traditional cooks in Tijuana, Mexico. Her first job got her on a culinary track, working at her aunt's cooking school in Baja, Mexico. She later enrolled in the Los Angeles Culinary Institute, going on to graduate from the Ritz Escoffier Cooking School in Paris as a classical French pastry chef. She returned to Tijuana to teach the children there about the culinary arts, and became food editor at Bon Appetit magazine. Marcela realized that authentic Mexican cooking was being overrun by heavy liquid cheese and huge burritos, and set out to teach people about the real deal. She released her first cookbook in 2009, showcasing family recipes in FRESH MEXICO: 100 Simple Recipes for True Mexican Flavor. Now she is bringing these tasty and easy recipes to television, showing viewers how to make Chile and Cheese Rice, Tortas, Horchata, Sweet and Spicy Short Rib Tacos, Tortilla Soup, and much more. Join in for some classic flavors from South of the border on Food Network's Mexican Made Easy.moreless
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    Top 5

    Top 5

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    Join Bobby Rivers as he hosts a countdown between 5 foods of the same theme. Watching Top 5 will awaken your taste buds with all those delicous foods mentioned in each episode.moreless
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    Iron Chef America: Tournament of Champions

    Iron Chef America: Tournament of Champions

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    24 Hour Restaurant Battle

    24 Hour Restaurant Battle

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    Chef Scott Conant challenges restaurateurs to plan for and open their own restaurants in 24 hours. Scott and a panel of judges will award the best opening a $10,000 to use towards their restaurant aspirations.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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    Food Network (ended 2013)
    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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    Big Daddy's House

    Big Daddy's House

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    "I love big food and big flavors, so come on in – to Big Daddy's House!"

    Aaron McCargo, Jr.,The Next Food Network Starseason four winner, returns to the channel to host an entertaining cooking series about full-flavored foods for the whole family. Mixing a homey feeling with tips and instructions from his years as a chef and hospital caterer, Aaron brings his big personality and even bigger taste to the dishes he prepares every week. Produced by Follow Productions (Paula's Best Dishes,Down Home With the Neelys,Road Tasted)
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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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    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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    Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller

    Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller

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    Food Network (ended 2008)
    Chef Robin Miller teaches her audience how to prepare healthy, nutritious and delicious meals in an affordable manner.
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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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    How to Boil Water

    How to Boil Water

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    Welcome to the How To Boil Water guide at tv.com! Host Tyler Florence teaches a cooking-challanged co-host, Jack Hourigan, basic cooking techniques and how to make easy main courses, side dishes, and desserts.moreless
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