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Programs for COOKING on Tuesday, August 11, 2020
12:00 AM
Good Eats: Reloaded The Icing Man Cometh: The Reload (Repeat, TV-G) Host Alton Brown reloads an episode from season six with two new buttercreams, including one curious model flavored with buttermilk. Alton Brown(Host)
12:30 AM
Good Eats: Reloaded A Chuck for Chuck: The Reload (Repeat, TV-G) Host Alton Brown reloads an episode from 2001 about pot roast and meat, as he's learned a lot since then and shows what pot roast is supposed to be. Alton Brown(Host)
1:00 AM
Good Eats: Reloaded The Dough Also Rises: The Reload (Repeat, TV-G) Host Alton Brown revisits classic biscuits with help from his grandmother, as he presents an entirely new take on the classic quick bread. Alton Brown(Host)
1:30 AM
Good Eats: Reloaded A Grind is a Terrible Thing to Waste: The Reload (Repeat, TV-G) Host Alton Brown revisits a classic episode of "Good Eats" about ground beef, featuring a surprising new cheeseburger procedure and a lost ground meat dish. Alton Brown(Host)
2:00 AM
Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations Alsace (TV-PG) Andrew Zimmern discovers the region's specialties from choucroute garnie, sauerkraut braised in white wine with cuts of pork and local sausages, to foie gras. Andrew Zimmern(Host)
2:30 AM
Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations Houston (TV-PG) Host and television chef Andrew Zimmern travels to Houston and discovers all the food the city has to offer; while in Houston, Andrew samples numerous dishes. Andrew Zimmern(Host)
3:00 AM
Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations The Big Island (TV-PG) Andrew Zimmern travels to Hawaii's Big Island, where he enjoys lau lau pork and opakapaka fish, as well as new traditions like loco moco and huli chicken. Andrew Zimmern(Host)
3:30 AM
Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations Portugal (TV-PG) Host and chef Andrew Zimmern heads to Lisbon, Portugal where most dishes revolve around seafood; he will sample sardine and shellfish feast, and more. Andrew Zimmern(Host)
4:00 AM
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4:30 AM
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5:00 AM
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5:30 AM
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6:00 AM
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6:30 AM
The PiYo Craze from Beachbody! Define your body with PiYo. Chalene Johnsons new lower-impact workout series combining the muscle-sculpting benefits of Pilates, Yoga, and fluid motion all-in-
7:00 AM
Heston's Fantastical Food Tea Break (Repeat, TV-G) Chef Heston Blumenthal organizes a whole town for massive tea time with biscuits, as he celebrates one of Britain's most important and cherished traditions. Heston Blumenthal(Host), George Hill(Participant)
8:00 AM
Food: Fact or Fiction? Gone Camping (Repeat, TV-G) Host Michael McKean tells the stories behind some favorite outdoor campfire treats and dishes, including S'mores, baked beans and beer can chicken. Michael McKean(Host)
8:30 AM
Food: Fact or Fiction? Brunch Beauties (Repeat, TV-G) Michael McKean tells the story of how Eggs Benedict was blessed by the pope, the origin of the French croquet-monsieur and the inspiration for the Bloody Mary. Michael McKean(Host)
9:00 AM
Food: Fact or Fiction? Happy Birthday (Repeat, TV-G) Host Michael McKean discovers that birthday cake was born during a revolution and that a bowl of Chinese noodles can be for celebrating birthdays. Michael McKean(Host)
9:30 AM
Food: Fact or Fiction? Game Night (Repeat, TV-G) Michael McKean discusses the French origins of duck a l'orange, the creation of the tuna melt and the connection between bison burgers and the President. Michael McKean(Host)
10:00 AM
Food: Fact or Fiction? Wicked Good (Repeat, TV-G) Michael McKean celebrates Halloween by investigating a variety of dishes with questionable origins, including rhubarb pie, ramen noodles and a pot of fondue. Michael McKean(Host)
10:30 AM
Food: Fact or Fiction? Baked Goodies (Repeat, TV-G) Michael McKean uncovers the stories behind some favorite baked goodies, including cupcakes, whoopie pie and visits a San Francisco bakery that makes sourdough. Michael McKean(Host)
11:00 AM
Good Eats Puff the Magic Mallow (TV-G) Alton Brown invites viewers to join him as he explores the science behind homemade marshmallows, from their swampy origins to modern machine molds. Alton Brown(Host)
11:30 AM
Good Eats Honey, I Shrunk the Cake (TV-G) Host Alton Brown focuses on the ever-popular cupcake, shunning the current trend towards extravagant, super-sweet confections in favor of a chiffon cupcake. Alton Brown(Host)
12:00 PM
Good Eats The Alton Crown Affair (TV-G) Tackling crown roast of lamb, Alton demonstrates how to prepare this intimidating dish with ease, while still managing to shock and amaze guests. Alton Brown(Host)
12:30 PM
Good Eats The Wing and I (TV-G) Alton Brown explores the history behind the American chicken wing, and he demonstrates how to prepare buffalo wings and orange-glazed chicken wings. Alton Brown(Host)
1:00 PM
Good Eats: Reloaded Raising the Bar: The Reload (Repeat, TV-G) Host Alton Brown reloads a show from 2006 about a variety of cocktails, with a new martini, a new mint julep and perfectly clear ice cubes. Alton Brown(Host)
1:30 PM
Good Eats: Reloaded Fungal Gourmet: The Reload (Repeat, TV-G) Alton Brown presents new recipes for mushroom stroganoff and pickled mushrooms, then an insect visits who is made of some of the same materials as mushrooms. Alton Brown(Host)
2:00 PM
Man's Greatest Food Bacon (Repeat, TV-G) Roger Mooking showcases the 12 tastiest bacon dishes in America, including towering BLTs, juicy bacon burgers, pizzas, pies and pancakes. Roger Mooking(Host)
3:00 PM
Man's Greatest Food Food Trucks (Repeat, TV-G) Roger Mooking features the 12 best dishes from American food trucks, from fish tacos and porchetta sandwiches, to shrimp po' boys and turtle sundaes. Roger Mooking(Host)
4:00 PM
Man's Greatest Food Surf and Turf (Repeat, TV-G) Roger tries the best surf and turf dishes, including classic lobster tail and steak, clam and bacon pizza, crab cakes with sausage and a lobster-and-steak roll. Roger Mooking(Host)
5:00 PM
Man Fire Food Holy Smokes! (Repeat, TV-G) In Owensboro, Ky., Roger volunteers at the 100 year anniversary of the St. Mary Magdalene Church Picnic, helping cook meat for the church's annual fundraiser. Roger Mooking(Host)
5:30 PM
Man Fire Food Light It Up! (Repeat, TV-G) Roger visits Bigmista's Barbecue & Sammich Shop in Long Beach, Calif., where they smoke beef brisket and pork butt for unique barbecue sandwiches. Roger Mooking(Host)
6:00 PM
Man Fire Food Backyard Blowouts (Repeat, TV-G) In California, Roger samples a New England meets California-style clambake and prepares traditional Mexican barbacoa in an underground brick pit. Roger Mooking(Host)
6:30 PM
Man Fire Food Meat on a Stick (Repeat, TV-G) Roger and Chef Johnny Hernandez at El Machito in San Antonio, Texas, skewer meat and help roast food inside a tree made out of stainless steel in Stockdale. Johnny Hernandez(Guest), Chef John Russ (Guest), Roger Mooking(Host)
7:00 PM
Man v. Food Houston, TX (Repeat, TV-G) Casey tries a 22-ounce chicken-fried steak and partakes in a challenge where he must eat a burger topped with seven of the world's hottest chile peppers. Casey Webb(Host)
7:30 PM
Man v. Food New Orleans, LA (Repeat, TV-G) Casey visits New Orleans and indulges in a massive po'boy and a four-pound sundae packed with eight large scoops of ice cream and smothered with eight toppings. Casey Webb(Host)
8:00 PM
Man v. Food Cincinnati, OH (Repeat, TV-G) Casey tries to eat an 8 lb. double-crusted pizza in 30 minutes or less, then he visits a 200-year-old bar in Cincinnati, Ohio, and tries a big tray of chili. Casey Webb(Host)
8:30 PM
Man v. Food Indianapolis, IN (Repeat, TV-G) Casey Webb intends to do battle with a tenderloin sandwich in Indianapolis, but before that, he tries 38-ounces of prime rib at a 100-year-old steakhouse. Casey Webb(Host)
9:00 PM
Man v. Food Hall of Fame: Absolute Cheesiest (New, TV-G) Casey Webb honors the best of the best by inducting the top five absolute cheesiest dishes in Man v. Food history into the Hall of Fame. Casey Webb(Host)
9:30 PM
Man v. Food San Francisco, California (Repeat, TV-G) Casey Webb orders sandwiches from an Asian-fusion and a roaming rotisserie food truck, then he visits a classic steakhouse for the 49er Club Steak Challenge. Casey Webb(Host)
10:00 PM
Eddie Eats America Key Largo (New, TV-G) Eddie Hall goes to Mrs. Mac's Kitchen for the best Key lime pie, and he takes on the challenge of downing 43 conch fritters in 15 minutes at the Conch House. Eddie Hall(Participant)
10:30 PM
Burgers, Brew and 'que Beers, Burgers And Bocce In Baltimore (Repeat, TV-G) Actor Josh Charles meets-up with Michael as Josh shows him his place to get crab cakes in Baltimore; Michael then shows Josh the new spots for burgers. Josh Charles(Guest), Michael Symon(Host)
11:00 PM
Burgers, Brew and 'que Stuffed, Spicy, and Cheesy (Repeat, TV-G) Michael has a classic lamb and feta cheeseburger in Queens, then he finds a rabbit-meat hot dog in Houston, Texas, and finally tries a food truck in Phoenix. Michael Symon(Host)
11:30 PM
Burgers, Brew and 'que Smoked Whole Hog (Repeat, TV-G) Michael smokes a whole hog in Asheville, N.C., then he visits a chef who serves New Orleans style beignets stuffed with crawfish, shrimp and andouille sausage. Michael Symon(Host)
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