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Friday, February 27

Brunch @ Bobby's

Bobby derives inspiration for this spectacular menu from the sweet and savory ingredients of Southern style cuisine. And it wouldn't be the South if there weren't collard greens and biscuits, so he cooks up a Sauteed Collard Green Omelet that will have you begging for seconds, along with Mustard Glazed Ham and Pimento Cheese Biscuits that are simply, sinful. Then he adds a hearty dose of decadence as he cooks homemade Sour Cream Waffles with Fresh Peaches in a Toasted Pecan Praline Sauce. And to drink? Bourbon, of course. Bobby's B and Tea includes sweet tea with citrus, mint, and Bourbon over ice. Enjoy!

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The Kitchen

Settle in and get cozy, because it's comfort food all day on The Kitchen. Geoffrey Zakarian starts off with a delicious Spaghetti and Meatballs and the gang shows us how to maximize our microwave's potential. Marcela Valladolid's ultimate brownie is chocolate heaven and Sunny Anderson and Katie Lee top it all off with their amazing brownie sundaes. Chef Amanda Freitag joins us with her mouthwatering Empire Diner Patty Melt and our hosts create crazy comfort food mash-ups. Geoffrey toasts New York with his throwback cocktail, and the gang tries some yummy new snacks. 

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Save My Bakery

Lori's Sweet Sinsations Tea Room and Bakery in Sapulpa, Okla., is the dream of stay-at-home mom Lori, who has put her savings on the line just to keep the place alive. Lori's heart is in baking, but her business skills are lacking — she cannot manage staff and she will often give out product for free! Kerry knows that this is not a recipe for success, so she gives Lori and her husband, Bobby, a crash course in pricing, staff training and amping up the flavor of this home baker's creations.

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Chopped Canada

The chefs are hard pressed to impress in this appetizer round that combined canned ham and kohlrabi. Three remaining chefs give us something to "root" for when they combine bacon and bok choy. Ultimately one chef will "beet" out a victory with pound cake, candy and marjoram.

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Chopped

Four champions return to try to win a chance to compete for the $50,000 grand prize, and the baskets are far from simple. Hating haggis will get the champs nowhere in the first round, where they must find creative approaches to the much-maligned meat dish in order to pass the judges' scrutiny. Then in the entree round, sweet dough and an unnerving protein put the pressure on the competitors. And with unripe plantains in the final basket, the kitchen is rife with creativity. Both finalists pull from the pantry to make innovative wrapped dessert, but how will the competition wrap up?

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Chopped

Vying for one of three remaining spots in the Chopped Champions $50,000 grand finale, four returning chefs open the first basket to find a seafood delicacy and a traditional holiday food/gift. In the second round, a slip of the knife threatens to slow one champion down, as the chefs put together entrees using peanut butter and jelly ... and squab. Then, with just two chefs left fighting in the dessert round, patience might be the most important ingredient, as one competitor seems overly eager to take his baked concoction out of the oven.

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Chopped

With just two spots left in the tournament's $50,000 grand finale, four winners return to try to beat the odds and be victorious again. As time runs out in the first round, one chef struggles to get every ingredient onto every plate of his smoked eel appetizer: Will he do it? The champs leap into an entree round, featuring frog legs and gin. Two very different styles are represented in the dessert round, featuring araucana eggs and coconut macaroons, leaving the judges with a complex final decision to work out.

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Chopped

Four new returning winners battle for the single place remaining in the $50,000 Chopped Champions grand finale. In the first round, the chefs must shake things up with sour apple martini mix in the basket. Then with an imposing cut of meat and a sweet wine in the entree round, the champions aim to keep the creativity level high. And after the judges taste two very different desserts made from corn nut and Marashino cherry desserts, which champion will you be cheering for?

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Chopped

In the grand finale of the Chopped Champions tournament, four two-time winners stride into the kitchen with their eyes on the big prize: $50,000! Some fresh surprises and a baked good challenge the champs in the first round. Then after saying goodbye to the first chef, the competition takes a slimy turn with sea snails in the basket. And with expectations and pressure sky-high, what will the two chefs who have managed to make it through nine rounds of cooking manage to do with carrot juice and honeycomb for dessert?

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri discovers great food at places you'd never expect to find it: The Minneapolis bowling alley serving up bison hash and trout-and-beet salad; the San Antonio joint located between a carwash and a laundromat, serving up homemade organic food; the Atlanta grocery store where they're cooking up classic dishes with big twists.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri rolls in for classic meals done right: In Baltimore, a shack steamin' crabs with corn on the cob; in Memphis, the little place where one woman's doing her mom's classic southern favorites; and in Minnesota, a strip mall joint doin' homemade Italian from the same family recipes for thirty years.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri rolls back the clock at some joints that feel like they've been there forever; In San Diego, an overgrown coffee shop serving classics like chicken and dumplings for 60 years; a bar-turned-restaurant in Chicago's Little Italy, where the same family's been cranking out their favorites for three generations; and in Atlanta, a diner legendary for southern breakfasts for more than 50 years.

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Guy Fieri rolls out to some places still doin' it mama's way: In Oklahoma City, a couple doing soul food from family recipes, and folks are packing in for wings and waffles; in Dallas, a family home turned family restaurant, where mom herself is still making tamales; and in Los Angeles, a Polish joint in a strip mall where a couple are serving the favorites they grew up with, from pierogi to stuffed cabbage.

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This trip, Guy's digging into dishes with a personal connection. In Toronto, Canada, the Jewish deli smoking meats and knishes the old school way. And in Los Angeles, the funky food truck infusing Singaporean flavors into their chili crab cake and lamb burger.

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This trip, Guy's in for some old school favorites and new school stunners. In Detroit, a Polish joint that's been around for decades, servin' up old standards like Hungarian pancakes with goulash. In Virginia Beach, Va., the little gift shop and cafe puttin' out totally homemade favorites like mama used to make, from chicken salad sandwiches to beef tenderloin. And in Vancouver, British Columbia, the innovative diner run by a couple of rockin' new wave chefs, servin' up homemade pulled pork with slaw.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's firin' up the grill and stacking up the flavor. In Toronto, Canada, the restored diner cooking up pork belly, a mac and cheese burger and a Christmas burger. And in Nags Head, N.C., the surfer spot known for Jamaican jerk chicken and Caribbean pork chops.

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This trip, Guy's takin' a spin through the town favorites. In Chatham, N.J., the real deal Italian joint bakin' up some righteous fried chicken, arancini balls, and the decadent sacred swine sandwich. And in Olympia, Wash., the homestyle spot cranking out creole oyster benedict, a colorful winter squash and apple hash, and a unique blueberry crunch roller.

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This trip, Guy's headed coast to coast, from north to south. In Atlantic City, the local legend dishin' out righteous crab-stuffed flounder and a legit spin on cannelloni. In Phoenix, the mom and pop pizza shop firing up pies topped with everything from baked ziti to chicken marsala. And in Bakersfield, Calif., some sunshine and down-home specialties, like tri tip and grilled chicken, worthy of a road trip.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's taking his place at the family table. In Holladay, Utah, the sibling-run Vietnamese joint serving up mom's legendary recipes for authentic dishes like pho and bahn mi. In Kailua, Hawaii, the brothers dedicating their lives to fulfilling dad's lifelong dream of having his own restaurant, and crankin' out island favorites like Hawaiian-style kalbi ribs and mochiko chicken. And in Salt Lake City, the Greek joint drawing inspiration from the family playbook and sourcing fresh ingredients straight from Greece for dishes like grilled octopus and righteous lamb tacos.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's diggin' into all kinds of fantastic flavors. In Memphis, the bar turned bistro offering low brow favorites like duck fried rice and Jack Daniels bread pudding. In Haleiwa, Hawaii, the food truck rocking out Thai short ribs and crunchy local shrimp. And in Baltimore, Guy revisits a joint firing up the grills for the signature taste of pit beef sandwiches.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's hit the gold mine of surf and turf. In Horn Lake, Miss., the Memphis-style barbecue joint puttin' the championship touch on ribs, cheese fritters, and burgers with pork rinds. And in Kaneohe, Oahu, the poke palace serving up over thirty flavors of fresh fish, including tuna and octopus caught by the owner himself.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's firin' up the grill and stacking up the flavor. In Toronto, Canada, the restored diner cooking up pork belly, a mac and cheese burger and a Christmas burger. And in Nags Head, N.C., the surfer spot known for Jamaican jerk chicken and Caribbean pork chops.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's takin' a spin through the town favorites. In Chatham, N.J., the real deal Italian joint bakin' up some righteous fried chicken, arancini balls, and the decadent sacred swine sandwich. And in Olympia, Wash., the homestyle spot cranking out creole oyster benedict, a colorful winter squash and apple hash, and a unique blueberry crunch roller.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's headed coast to coast, from north to south. In Atlantic City, the local legend dishin' out righteous crab-stuffed flounder and a legit spin on cannelloni. In Phoenix, the mom and pop pizza shop firing up pies topped with everything from baked ziti to chicken marsala. And in Bakersfield, Calif., some sunshine and down-home specialties, like tri tip and grilled chicken, worthy of a road trip.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's taking his place at the family table. In Holladay, Utah, the sibling-run Vietnamese joint serving up mom's legendary recipes for authentic dishes like pho and bahn mi. In Kailua, Hawaii, the brothers dedicating their lives to fulfilling dad's lifelong dream of having his own restaurant, and crankin' out island favorites like Hawaiian-style kalbi ribs and mochiko chicken. And in Salt Lake City, the Greek joint drawing inspiration from the family playbook and sourcing fresh ingredients straight from Greece for dishes like grilled octopus and righteous lamb tacos.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's diggin' into all kinds of fantastic flavors. In Memphis, the bar turned bistro offering low brow favorites like duck fried rice and Jack Daniels bread pudding. In Haleiwa, Hawaii, the food truck rocking out Thai short ribs and crunchy local shrimp. And in Baltimore, Guy revisits a joint firing up the grills for the signature taste of pit beef sandwiches.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's hit the gold mine of surf and turf. In Horn Lake, Miss., the Memphis-style barbecue joint puttin' the championship touch on ribs, cheese fritters, and burgers with pork rinds. And in Kaneohe, Oahu, the poke palace serving up over thirty flavors of fresh fish, including tuna and octopus caught by the owner himself.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's digging into dishes with a personal connection. In Toronto, Canada, the Jewish deli smoking meats and knishes the old school way. And in Los Angeles, the funky food truck infusing Singaporean flavors into their chili crab cake and lamb burger.

More from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's in for some old school favorites and new school stunners. In Detroit, a Polish joint that's been around for decades, servin' up old standards like Hungarian pancakes with goulash. In Virginia Beach, Va., the little gift shop and cafe puttin' out totally homemade favorites like mama used to make, from chicken salad sandwiches to beef tenderloin. And in Vancouver, British Columbia, the innovative diner run by a couple of rockin' new wave chefs, servin' up homemade pulled pork with slaw.

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Iron Chef America

Chef Robert Carter enters Kitchen Stadium from his hometown of Charleston, SC, the "best-mannered city" in the US. Will he walk away from his battle with Iron Chef Cat Cora a gracious winner or a sore loser?

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