Program Guide

  • Sun Feb 19 06:30:00 EST 2017

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Mon Feb 20 07:00:00 EST 2017 M

Tia Mowry at Home

It's All Relative

Tia Mowry's aunt Blondie and cousin Jerome are coming over to share stories about the family's Caribbean roots while Tia and her husband, Cory, cook up some impressive Caribbean-inspired dishes. Tia and Cory make Tia's Secret Family Curry Chicken and Potatoes as well as a bountiful Seafood Paella, served with Chili Mango Margarita before dessert of Coconut Tres Leches Cake. Read More

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Mon Feb 20 07:30:00 EST 2017 M

Tia Mowry at Home

Spicy L.A.

Tia Mowry and her husband, Cory, are hitting the streets of Los Angeles for a spicy adventure. Then, Tia hooks up her friend Lilly Singh back at home. Tia makes two sets of tacos, vegetarian Roasted Butternut Squash Tacos with Avocado Hummus for Lilly and Blackened Fish Tacos with Avocado Slaw for herself. For dessert, Orange Cardamom Churros served with some Spicy Hot Chocolate.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 08:00:00 EST 2017 M

Tia Mowry at Home

Game On

Tia Mowry invites her dear friends and "The Game" co-stars Brittany Daniel and Wendy Raquel Robinson over for some alfresco finger foods! On the menu: Teriyaki Grilled Steak Skewers with Chili Herb Dipping Sauce, BLT Salad Bites, Hot Potato Tots with Chipotle Ketchup, and Tomato Pop Micheladas. Read More

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Mon Feb 20 08:30:00 EST 2017 M

Tia Mowry at Home

Dine and Dish

Tia Mowry's husband, Cory, offers to watch their son, Cree, for the night so that Tia and her fellow mom friend Kelly Rowland can enjoy a girls' night in. Kelly lends Tia a hand in the kitchen to prepare Chicken Katsu with Spicy Apple Slaw, Cauliflower Fried Rice, Sesame Noodles with Veggies and Spiked Green Tea. Read More

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Mon Feb 20 09:00:00 EST 2017 M

Tia Mowry at Home

Breakfast for Dinner

Tia Mowry is bringing breakfast to the dinner table and inviting her dear friend and "The Game" co-star Hosea Chanchez to join in. Tia cranks up the flavor with some gourmet spices when she prepares Shakshuka, Bacon Avocado Toast Bar, Herbed Potato Galette Stacks and Chocolate-Hazelnut French Toast Casserole.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 09:30:00 EST 2017 M

Tia Mowry at Home

Booze and Bites

Tia Mowry is bringing over Naya Rivera, Rich Paul, Gabrielle Dennis and Alphonso McAuley to munch and mingle. After picking up some cool party pieces from her friend Cassandra, she's setting up a classic cocktail bar for the party. Tia's making Bourbon Sours to toast with over Grilled Mushroom Flatbread, Lamb Meatballs with Gremolata and Cornbread Madeleines with Ancho Chile Butter.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 10:00:00 EST 2017 M

Unique Eats

Hotlanta

Atlanta is a hotbed for unique eats. Heirloom Market BBQ brings together Korean and American barbecue in a quirky roadside eatery. Seafood dishes are brought to delicious new heights at swank newcomer The Optimist, while cozy corner restaurant One Eared Stag serves edgy American food. And Abattoir adds global touches to its Southern dishes.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 10:30:00 EST 2017 M

Unique Eats

Swine

Americans continues to pine over all things swine. Korean restaurant Palsaik in Los Angeles serves bacon in eight different flavors. Martin's Bar-B-Q in Nashville smokes whole hog right in the center of their dining room. At Cemitas Puebla in Chicago, diners sink their teeth on quesadillas stuffed with chicharones or their signature Mexican sandwich stuffed with sliced deli ham, fried pork and grilled pork. NYC's The Cannibal celebrates nose-to-tail eating with their whole slow-roasted half pig's head, whipped lardo toast and boudin noir sausages.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 11:00:00 EST 2017 M

Unique Eats

Ethnic Eats

Authentic global flavors can be savored right here in America. Folks craving Mediterranean and Israeli food flock to charming Balaboosta in New York. Popular Nashville food truck Riff's Fine Street Food marries Caribbean and Asian flavors. At Cook's Torta in Los Angeles, there's always a crowd for their Latin-style sandwiches, while Pecking Order in Chicago serves Filipino-style chicken that comes roasted, grilled or fried.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 11:30:00 EST 2017 M

Unique Eats

Chi-Town

Chicago continues to draw hungry foodies from all corners of the country with their innovative restaurants. Publican Quality Meats sells farm-raised meats and housemade charcuterie from their butcher counter, but the real draw is the hearty, meat-filled sandwiches. Yusho creates a buzz with their creative Asian-inspired street food. Antique Taco in Wicker Park offers authentic Mexican tacos and classic American comforts foods with a Mexican twist. Familiar brunch dishes get a fine-dining makeover at the Trenchermen.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 12:00:00 EST 2017 M

Unique Sweets

Awesome Asheville Sweets

We're in Asheville, North Carolina, for some amazing sweet treats. At the speakeasy called Nightbell, you could have dinner and drinks, or you could just skip straight to dessert. They're taking traditional Southern dishes, adding a little culinary magic, and turning them into bite sized morsels that will surprise and satisfy. Then at the local hang out called The Hop, they've come up with the most unique yet delicious ice cream flavors you could imagine. Finally, just outside Asheville, there's Ruth and Ranshaw, where they puts all the flavors of your favorite southern treats into a jar and make an amazing pecan pie that's anything but traditional.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 12:30:00 EST 2017 M

Unique Sweets

Boston Sweets

Boston is a city with a lot of history ... and a lot of great sweets! First we visit Union Square Donuts. Their fluffy, puffy, glorious yeast donuts come in wicked awesome flavors like peanut butter marshmallow cream and brown butter hazelnut crunch. And don't forget their classic cake donuts! Next we're off to Flour Bakery, a Boston staple offering a bevy of brioche options, like twice baked brioche, sugar bun brioche and cinnamon cream brioche. They knock it out of the park with their pies and tarts, too! Our last stop is Area Four, a Cambridge coffee shop with some of the best-baked goods around. Their whole wheat cookie based J-bar, chocolate espresso B cookie and brown sugar studded craquelin all score high marks with MIT and Harvard students and professors in the area.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 13:00:00 EST 2017 M

Unique Sweets

Chocolate

When it comes to sweets, chocolate is king. And it inspires chefs to reach new heights with amazingly chocolatey dishes. At Petsi Pies in Somerville, Massachusetts, the indulgences begin with pie crusts made from ground chocolate cookies. It only gets better from there: the Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Pie has slices of fresh banana layered with sweetened peanut butter and luscious chocolate cream. And the incomparable Mississippi Mud Pie has a bourbon chocolate filling that's topped with a mountain of chocolate ganache-covered brownie chunks, which is then topped with even more deep, dark chocolate ganache. Bean-to-bar chocolatiers French Broad Chocolates in Ashville, North Carolina create the addictive Chocolate Mocha Stout cake with dark chocolate, coffee and local stout beer... Then ups the ante with the thick and creamy Maple & Smoked Sea Salt Liquid Truffle - the drink hot chocolate wishes it could be. And Roni-Sue's Chocolate's on New York City's Lower East Side started a movement with its Pig Candy: crispy slices of fried bacon dipped in chocolate. Read More

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Mon Feb 20 13:30:00 EST 2017 M

Unique Sweets

Sweet Tour of Queens

We venture out of Manhattan to the incredibly diverse borough of Queens and find one-of-a-kind baked treats. Rudy's Bakery and Cafe has been putting their own spin on classics like German Chocolate Cake since 1934. La Nueva bakery brings a taste of Latin America to the neighborhood with its signature Uruguayan sandwich cookies and at Norma's they're coming up with delicious creations like the Frankencrispie: part brownie, part cookie and part cereal bar. Now this is definitely worth a ride on the subway.Read More

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Mon Feb 20 14:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Doctor's Note

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we uncover the truth behind America's most popular food remedies. Do carrots really improve our eyesight? Can a bowl of chicken soup cure a stuffy nose? And does an apple a day really keep the doctor away? We dig up some mind-boggling history to find out if these age-old adages are true. Have we all been fed a spoonful of food fiction to help the medicine go down?Read More

Mon Feb 20 14:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Hungry for Love

In the episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we dig into the heart of food and love. Chocolate and romance go hand in hand, but is this love affair really backed up by chemistry? Couples today can't tie the knot without saying "I do" to their dream wedding cake, but did this tradition actually begin with a baguette? There's nothing like keeping the spark alive by sharing some sensual oysters with your sweetheart, but are oysters really an aphrodisiac? We get the dish on our favorite romantic recipes and find out if it's really true love or just a fictional fling.Read More

Mon Feb 20 15:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

What's for Dessert

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we indulge in the best part of every meal: Dessert! From cake to pie to banana splits, our favorite desserts are baked with rich stories that have shaped America in extraordinary ways. We travel back in time to find out how cake gave rise to democracy in America. We reveal the sweet truth about why ice cream topped with syrup is called a sundae. And we find out if anything really is more American than apple pie. Save room for dessert as we discover some tasty truths and some mouthwatering myths hidden in every decadent bite!Read More

Mon Feb 20 15:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Rags to Riches

Host Michael McKean takes a look at how some favorite foods went from paupers to princes. He looks at lobster's prison past, whether creme brulee was always the cream of the crop, and if champagne's fizz almost burst its bubble.Read More

Mon Feb 20 16:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Breakfast

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we reveal the truth behind the most important meal of the day. From coffee to pancakes to bacon, we'll find out how some sneaky marketing ploys and acts of sin have shaped what we eat for breakfast in America. Does coffee really stunt your growth? Is the recipe for flapjacks rooted in sin? We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but who said that and is it really true? Get ready to wake up and smell the facts as we discover how our morning meals have come to taste so sinfully delicious.Read More

Mon Feb 20 16:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Hungry Eyes

Host Michael McKean chases rainbows to explain how our food's color can leave us tickled pink or feeling blue. Michael uncovers if cheddar cheese is really orange and if color can cause a taste bud blackout. Miss this golden opportunity to find out, and you may be left green with envy.Read More

Mon Feb 20 17:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Power Couples

Host Michael McKean takes a look at how some favorite food combinations got hitched. Michael traces the origins of peanut butter and jelly to the trenches of World War II, sees how spaghetti and meatballs went from Italy to America and finds out if chicken and waffles met after a late-night jazz set.Read More

Mon Feb 20 17:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Eat Your Words

Host Michael McKean minces words to get to the bottom of some famous food phrases. He finds out if the extra muffin a baker's dozen could save a baker's life, what's really so cool about cucumbers and if you can literally butter someone up.Read More

Mon Feb 20 18:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

State Fare

Host Michael McKean takes a road trip around the US to uncover the stories behind our favorite state plates, including what baked Alaska has to do with Alaska, who put the Big Apple in New York cheesecake and if the California roll is from California, Japan ... or Canada!Read More

Mon Feb 20 18:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Passport's Please!

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we take a trip around the food globe to find out where some of our most popular international dishes were really born. We know French Fries are fried, but are they French? Pizza and Italy go together like cheese and pepperoni, but can the Italians really claim pizza as their own? And no Chinese meal is complete until you crack open that fortune cookie, but was this crunchy treat really invented in China? We get to the bottom of some shocking food origin stories and uncover the hidden identities of our beloved foreign favorites.Read More

Mon Feb 20 19:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Taste of War

In this episode of Food: Fact or Fiction? join host Michael McKean as we put food on the frontlines of war and discover how some of history's most epic battles were decided by what we eat. Did Frozen Dinners save the world in World War II? Were hamburgers invented on the battlefield? Did the South lose the Civil War because of salt? We dig into some fascinating food fights and discover how our appetites have shaped the world's most critical battles.Read More

Mon Feb 20 19:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Up in the Air

Fasten your seatbelt and put your tray table in the upright position, host Michael McKean is taking our favorite foods up and away. He discovers if there's a scientific reason you may not love airline food, why hungry astronauts tend to float over to spicy shrimp and how a corned beef sandwich could sabotage a space mission.Read More

Mon Feb 20 20:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Some Like it Hot

Host Michael McKean cranks up the heat on food myths, discovering who invented chili, if hot wings bond people closer together and if "spicy" is just in our heads. Grab the oven mitts and plenty of ice-water to find out if there's truth in these five-alarm facts.Read More

Mon Feb 20 20:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Eat to Win

Host Michael McKean goes to bat finding out how our favorite stadium goods got tickets to the big leagues. Michael traces the football tailgate to a Civil War battlefield, shows how important the hot dog is to baseball's existence, and uncovers how the difficult-to-eat nachos became a stadium standard.Read More

Mon Feb 20 21:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Carnie Knowledge

Step right up, as host Michael McKean juggles carnival classics with stories that will amaze and astound. His big top tales include whether cotton candy is at the root of a cavity conspiracy, if popcorn kernels saved the silver screen and if saltwater taffy pulled itself into the middle of a giant legal war.Read More

Mon Feb 20 21:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Hole in One

Host Michael McKean shares the "hole" story of everyone's favorite middle-missing baked goods. See if donuts helped bring about the end of World War I, if the secret to New York bagels lies in the city's water and how bundt cakes went from headlining brunch to saving lives.Read More

Mon Feb 20 22:00:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Breadly Combinations

Host Michael McKean opens up a sandwich discussion and cuts the crust off some "deli-cut" issues. He finds out if the sandwich was actually named after a guy named sandwich, the correct name for an Italian sandwich and if the burrito is on the docket of sandwich court.Read More

Mon Feb 20 22:30:00 EST 2017 M

Food: Fact or Fiction?

The Kitchen of Good and Evil

Host Michael McKean separates the good from the bad on some downright wicked food tales. He uncovers whether beer's spirits were put there by witches, if the pretzel is pious or if its story is full of twists and if the heavenly-tasting angel food cake is really just a little devil.Read More

Mon Feb 20 23:00:00 EST 2017 M

Good Eats

The Big Chili

Join Host and cowpoke Gerald P Hobbs (Alton Brown) and his sidekick, Rusty, as they rustle up a good, honest bowl of red Pressure Cooker Chili. Along the way, they'll ponder the chili mythology, grind up AB's Chili Powder (that's chili with an i) and do some serious work under pressure.Read More

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Tue Feb 21 00:00:00 EST 2017 T

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Some Like it Hot

Host Michael McKean cranks up the heat on food myths, discovering who invented chili, if hot wings bond people closer together and if "spicy" is just in our heads. Grab the oven mitts and plenty of ice-water to find out if there's truth in these five-alarm facts.Read More

Tue Feb 21 00:30:00 EST 2017 T

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Eat to Win

Host Michael McKean goes to bat finding out how our favorite stadium goods got tickets to the big leagues. Michael traces the football tailgate to a Civil War battlefield, shows how important the hot dog is to baseball's existence, and uncovers how the difficult-to-eat nachos became a stadium standard.Read More

Tue Feb 21 01:00:00 EST 2017 T

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Carnie Knowledge

Step right up, as host Michael McKean juggles carnival classics with stories that will amaze and astound. His big top tales include whether cotton candy is at the root of a cavity conspiracy, if popcorn kernels saved the silver screen and if saltwater taffy pulled itself into the middle of a giant legal war.Read More

Tue Feb 21 01:30:00 EST 2017 T

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Hole in One

Host Michael McKean shares the "hole" story of everyone's favorite middle-missing baked goods. See if donuts helped bring about the end of World War I, if the secret to New York bagels lies in the city's water and how bundt cakes went from headlining brunch to saving lives.Read More

Tue Feb 21 02:00:00 EST 2017 T

Food: Fact or Fiction?

Breadly Combinations

Host Michael McKean opens up a sandwich discussion and cuts the crust off some "deli-cut" issues. He finds out if the sandwich was actually named after a guy named sandwich, the correct name for an Italian sandwich and if the burrito is on the docket of sandwich court.Read More

Tue Feb 21 02:30:00 EST 2017 T

Food: Fact or Fiction?

The Kitchen of Good and Evil

Host Michael McKean separates the good from the bad on some downright wicked food tales. He uncovers whether beer's spirits were put there by witches, if the pretzel is pious or if its story is full of twists and if the heavenly-tasting angel food cake is really just a little devil.Read More

Tue Feb 21 03:00:00 EST 2017 T

Good Eats

The Big Chili

Join Host and cowpoke Gerald P Hobbs (Alton Brown) and his sidekick, Rusty, as they rustle up a good, honest bowl of red Pressure Cooker Chili. Along the way, they'll ponder the chili mythology, grind up AB's Chili Powder (that's chili with an i) and do some serious work under pressure.Read More

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