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Sunday, Nov 5

7:00
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Episode 0202

Patricia Heaton's gal pals from Everybody Loves Raymond, Anna Romano and Monica Horan Rosenthal, join for some steakhouse-inspired snacks and to dish about their on and off-screen husbands. Patty transforms rib eye steak into bite-sized Crostini, puts a unique spin on a classic with Grilled Wedge Salad Skewers, and serves up crispy baked Potato Wedges with smoky paprika aioli, all washed down with a classic Old Fashioned cocktail.

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7:30
AM
Episode 0306

Trisha, along with her sister Beth and friend Karri, prepare a feast in homage to their favorite movie, Steel Magnolias. Taking their menu from food found in the film, they make Jalapeno Poppers, Low Country Boil and Red Velvet Cake with Grey Cream Cheese Frosting.

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8:00
AM
Episode 0702

Nancy Fuller is trading in her apron for a leather jacket and her wooden spoon for a Hog! She's been chairing her local hospice's charity motorcycle rally for 25 years, and she's putting together a brown bag lunch for the whole gang. From an epic "Whole Hog" Hoagie with Parmesan and Herb Dusted Sweet Potato Chips to Big Slab Chocolate and Cherry Cookie Bars with Virgin Apple Cider Sangria, this is a menu sure to fill those hungry biker bellies and raise some funds for a great cause.

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8:30
AM
Episode 0204

It's the morning after Thanksgiving, and Giada De Laurentiis has a house full of guests and a fridge filled with leftovers! The solution is a casual Thanksgiving brunch that incorporates the flavors of the holiday with a new and exciting twist. The menu gives holiday leftovers new life with Crispy Turkey Bites, Cheesy Root Vegetable Bake, Sweet Potato Puffs and Rye-Spiked Chai Lattes.

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9:00
AM
Episode 0105

The sweet and savory flavors of poultry with figs is at the core of this inspired seasonal menu, that Damaris designs to remind a soldier's wife of when they first fell in love. Turkey Meatloaf With Fig Catsup features great tips to guarantee a mouthwatering main course, Miso Greens is Damaris' amazing twist on tradition and her luxurious and creamy Goat Cheese Smashed Potatoes all add up to an intimate meal that comes from the heart.

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9:30
AM
Episode 0102

Today, Damaris helps Demond whip up the ultimate breakfast in bed to make for his fiancee. Inspired by fall harvest ingredients, this breakfast of Pumpkin Scones With Maple Cinnamon Icing, Homemade Granola Parfait and Baked Quiche With Country Ham, will uplift any sweetheart with spectacular results.

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10:00
AM
Episode 0305

Damaris and her friends have a yearly "friends-giving" celebration, where they all gather donning their comfy clothes and eat and watch movies all day. Damaris prepares some great casseroles for this stress-free dinner party: Turkey and Stuffing Casserole, Green Bean and Smashed Potato Casserole and Sweet Potato Crumble.

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10:30
AM
Episode 0507

There's no denying that Damaris Phillips' mother is the queen of Thanksgiving, but her kids are ready to throw their hats in the ring and show off their own signature recipes. First, turkey two ways: Chicken-Fried Turkey Breast with Cranberry Mustard Dipping Sauce from Damaris, and Smoked Whole Turkey from her brother Isaiah. Then, Damaris creates a decadent side of Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Sea Salt Marshmallow Caramels.

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11:00
AM
Episode 0301H

Giada De Laurentiis kicks off the fall and winter holiday season by hosting a chicken and pie party for her friends. Her menu includes Savory Butternut Squash Crostata, Lemony Fried Chicken, Tiramisu Ice Box Torta and Lambrusco Sangria. Giada asks each friend to bring their favorite homemade pie along with the handwritten recipe, so the table is filled with a variety of fall pies for guests to sample and enjoy as they celebrate the start of the holiday season.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1501

Ree Drummond is throwing a cocktail bash for the crew helping to open her store in town. There's a delicious line up of make-ahead portable canapes on the menu: juicy Asian Beef Skewers, retro Ham Salad in Endive Cups, simple Salami Roll Ups, a no-cook Crudite platter and divine Tiny Tomato Tarts. There are sweet treats too -- decadent Black and White Brownies and chewy Caramel Nut Truffles -- plus a Pawhuska Prohibition Punch to toast the team.

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12:00
PM
Episode 0901

Trisha Yearwood and her friend, Natalie, are all about finding a balance in life, so today they're suiting up for boot camp! Afterwards, they'll whip up a menu that's low on calories but high on flavor, including Kale Chips, Lemony Orzo Chicken Soup, Chickpea Salad Sandwiches and an Angel Food Cake with Grapefruit Compote.

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12:30
PM
Episode 0109H

Bobby Flay and Damaris Phillips became chefs because they love both cooking and eating food -- so how do they stay fit? They share their tips for eating well and feeling great while enjoying a homemade Nectarine Rosemary Soda. They then prove healthy food doesn't need to be bland or boring, starting with Damaris' decadent Dark Chocolate Oatmeal. Next, Bobby makes Steamed Grouper with Martini Relish, Orange Sour Sauce and a side of Crispy Couscous. Finally, Damaris proves dessert can still be healthy with her Sweet Potato Brulee.

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1:00
PM
Episode 1503H

The Kitchen is sharing a love for autumn with new and creative recipes like Sunny Anderson's secret ingredient Red Eye Beef Stew and Geoffrey Zakarian's Thai Fried Riced Cauliflower. Get fresh for fall with great ways to cook with squash, including Katie Lee's Toad in a Hole and Jeff Mauro's "Squacho" cheese sauce. Cookbook author Raquel Pelzel stops by to serve up her Sheet Pan Mac and Cheese, and the hosts share fun pumpkin decor ideas that leave everyone saying, "Oh my gourd!" Geoffrey wraps up the party with a pear cocktail with a peppery twist.

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2:00
PM
Episode 3401

For the fourth battle of Alton's Challenge, Alton Brown demonstrates the mad science of champagne and the competitors embrace a fermentation theme. A strange, stringy Japanese specialty is the talk of entree round, then an unusual cake inspires some unusual choices in the dessert round.

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3:00
PM
Episode 0304

Nothing says the holidays like a crisp fire on a snowy day, so in the pre-heat, the remaining six bakers are tested on how well they can make a dessert featuring toasted marshmallows. For the main heat, bakers get the chance to put a fresh spin on an old holiday classic by "blinging out" yule logs.

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4:00
PM
Episode 0305

Who doesn't love surprises, especially during the holidays? For the pre-heat, the bakers must whip up a dessert inspired by an ugly Christmas sweater. Keeping with the surprise theme, in the main heat the bakers create edible gift boxes filled with a bevy of treats.

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5:00
PM
Episode 0306

The remaining four bakers recreate their childhood memories of waking up on Christmas morning by making edible dessert stockings for the pre-heat. Then, they take their designs to new heights in the main heat by building colorful cream puff Christmas trees.

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6:00
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Episode 0307

Instead of milk and cookies for old St. Nick, the final three must make delicious snacks for North Pole characters other than Santa. To top off the whole season, the bakers are tasked with baking and decorating a North Pole-inspired cake. The best creation will earn one baker the crown of Holiday Baking Champion and a $50,000 prize!

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7:00
PM
Episode 1107

Four chefs are fixin' for a Thanksgiving in Flavortown. First, they must make a regional Thanksgiving dinner using only seven pounds of ingredients. Next, in a GGG first, the chefs have only 15 minutes to whip up a party plate for unexpected houseguests. Then, the final two chefs have just two minutes to shop for an upscale Thanksgiving dinner, because Guy Fieri's closing up early in honor of Turkey Day.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1503

In the holiday spirit of giving, Triple-G judges mentor three talented graduates of Worth Our Weight -- a culinary program for deserving youth. First, our up-and-coming chefs must make a Thanksgiving feast using only the ingredients they can fit in a traditional cornucopia basket. Then they must prepare a fall staple using a list of the Fieri family's favorite ingredients. It's all gravy in the end as the winner earns $10,000.

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9:00
PM
Episode 0101H

On Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy Fieri travels around the world eating the best food he can find. Now he's bringing together top prospects to find the best concept and host for the next big food road show on Food Network. For their first exercise, Guy gets help from Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and producer Mark Dissin to road-test the prospects' ideas, asking each prospect to make a pitch tape explaining who they are and what their show is about. Then the prospects head into the kitchen to see who can back up their show idea with the necessary cooking chops before one prospect is sent home.

10:00
PM
Episode 0101H

Freed's is the best bakery in Las Vegas and every day they make celebration magic with their custom cakes. The team rocks around the clock to deliver a three-foot-long custom car, an enchanting unicorn, and an eye-popping mash up of junk food and fitness.

10:30
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11:00
PM
Episode 0106H

The pressure is on as the final three bakers take on the most revered and beloved of all baking ingredients: chocolate. In the Skills Challenge, the bakers must make a perfect version of the ever-temperamental chocolate souffle. For the final Master Challenge, the bakers must create the ultimate chocolate cake -- a truly spectacular, elaborately-decorated cake, using some type of liquor as the required featured flavor. In the end, host Adam Rapoport and judges Jason Smith and Marcela Valladolid will declare one baker the Best Baker in America and award them a $25,000 prize!

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12:00
AM
Episode 0101H

On Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy Fieri travels around the world eating the best food he can find. Now he's bringing together top prospects to find the best concept and host for the next big food road show on Food Network. For their first exercise, Guy gets help from Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and producer Mark Dissin to road-test the prospects' ideas, asking each prospect to make a pitch tape explaining who they are and what their show is about. Then the prospects head into the kitchen to see who can back up their show idea with the necessary cooking chops before one prospect is sent home.

1:00
AM
Episode 0101H

Freed's is the best bakery in Las Vegas and every day they make celebration magic with their custom cakes. The team rocks around the clock to deliver a three-foot-long custom car, an enchanting unicorn, and an eye-popping mash up of junk food and fitness.

1:30
AM
2:00
AM
Episode 0106H

The pressure is on as the final three bakers take on the most revered and beloved of all baking ingredients: chocolate. In the Skills Challenge, the bakers must make a perfect version of the ever-temperamental chocolate souffle. For the final Master Challenge, the bakers must create the ultimate chocolate cake -- a truly spectacular, elaborately-decorated cake, using some type of liquor as the required featured flavor. In the end, host Adam Rapoport and judges Jason Smith and Marcela Valladolid will declare one baker the Best Baker in America and award them a $25,000 prize!

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3:00
AM
Episode 1503

In the holiday spirit of giving, Triple-G judges mentor three talented graduates of Worth Our Weight -- a culinary program for deserving youth. First, our up-and-coming chefs must make a Thanksgiving feast using only the ingredients they can fit in a traditional cornucopia basket. Then they must prepare a fall staple using a list of the Fieri family's favorite ingredients. It's all gravy in the end as the winner earns $10,000.

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