features spiral ham; three different turkey parts; pumpkin spice lattes.
For the first time, none of the competing chefs get to shop for their ingredients.
An Italian feast using nine items or less; making Philly cheesesteaks without standard ingredients.
Chef Neal Fraser goes up against chef Jason Santos with the winner earning a chance to beat Bobby.
Caribbean chickpea curry wraps; jerk pork loin with mango cucumber salsa; grilled pineapple. (In Stereo)
Three main courses for hectic weeknights.
Eddie Huang heads to his parents homeland and explores the complex history of the Taiwanese people. (In Stereo)
Giada makes recipes based on cheese as the main ingredient.
Dishes from New Mexico, Jackson Hole and a recipe from a favorite restaurant.
Eddie Huang travels to China and discovers the most important dish of his life: Red Cooked Pork. (In Stereo)
Chocolate bao; braised short rib dumplings with corn puree; pear gorgonzola gyoza.
S’more brownie bites; lemon carnival cookies; peach cake.
Eddie Huang journeys home to spend the Chinese New Year with his family while reflecting on life. (In Stereo)
Ina Garten shares tips on pulling off the ultimate make-ahead, lowstress Thanksgiving feast.
Root vegetable beef stew; creamy cheddar grits.
Shredded pork; cheese enchiladas; chipotle slaw; lemon bars.
Guy hits the road looking for the classic turkey dinner. Corn and sweet pepper relish; fried green tomatoes. (In Stereo)
Guy heads to Arizona, California and Illinois to meet cooks doing things their own way.
Places that serve unique food.
A restaurant built from old buses; Florida bar serves dolphin sandwiches.
Chianti wines at Villa Dianella; Chianti red pasta filled with goat cheese and spring asparagus. (In Stereo)
Pumpkin gingersnap cheesecake with salted caramel sauce; broccoli wild rice casserole. Boneless rib roast with
Yorkshire pudding; black tea. (In Stereo) (N) Italian lemon aperitif limoncello; local farm cheese called caciotta;
homemade lemon pasta. (In Stereo)
Bass with artichokes barigoule; salmon with classic beurre blanc; tarte tatin. (In Stereo) Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, get creative with their Thanksgiving leftovers. (N)
Rice and lentil soup; roasted olives with orange and rosemary;
ricotta meatloaf. (In Stereo)
Maple sage roasted turkey; Hawaiian sweet roll stuffing; sweet potato hummus on endive. Multi-course Thanksgiving feast. (N)
The bakers make Thanksgiving pies and stuffed cakes featuring seasonal ingredients.
Five cookie makers must hack Halloween cookie cutters into classic Christmas cookies.
A low rider cake that bounces; a Coliseum cake. (In Stereo)
Ina Garten shares tips on pulling off the ultimate make-ahead, low-stress Thanksgiving feast.
A samurai cake for a New York martial arts school. (In Stereo)
Ina gets back to basics on Thanksgiving potluck parties.