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Friday, August 28

Emeril focuses on the "Farm to Table" movement in Florida. His first stop is at "The Floridian" in downtown St. Augustine. There, the owners are working hard to be as farm-to-table as possible. The chef has a farming background and actually ran a farmers market prior to opening the restaurant and tries to use those experiences to help stay true to the restaurant's philosophy. Next, Emeril travels to Boca Raton to a restaurant big on local sourcing and securing most ingredients from local fisherman and farmers. Then Emeril heads to Miami where he visits an urban farm located right near Miami International Airport. The farm mostly grows herbs and also serves as a place city-based school children can come to learn about where their food comes from. Emeril finishes the episode by preparing a farm to table dish of his own, Lettuce Wraps with Tuna, Ponzu, Jalapeno and Sriracha.

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The Kitchen

The day starts with Chicken and Avocado Sliders, then tips on keeping your cool when cooking with kids, and new takes on ice cream sundaes. Restaurateur and author John Besh and his son make an easy school-night dinner. Plus, throwing a camping party for kids, a cocktail for parents to enjoy once the little ones go to bed, and hangover cures.

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Ice Cream Flavor Bombs from The Kitchen

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Cupcake Wars

Four returning cupcake bakers, who have previously gone home empty-handed, go to war for the chance to bring their cupcakes to a huge event honoring the 60th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's hand prints at the world-famous TCL Chinese Theater. They'll have to impress guest judge Nick Woodhouse, President of Marilyn Monroe's estate, if they want to walk away with $10,000.

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Chopped Canada

Frog legs and cookies get things hopping in the appetizer round, as these four chefs face off. Cherry cheesecake raises the "steaks" in round two as one chef finds a new and inventive use for a toaster! Ultimately, one chef is no "matcha" for the other as paneer and elderflower liqueur take center stage in round three.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha shares some of her grandmothers' best-kept secrets in the kitchen. Along with her sister and niece, Trisha prepares some of her grandmothers' best Southern recipes like Grandma Paulk's Chicken and Dumplings, Deviled Eggs and Grandma Yearwood's Coconut Cake with Coconut Lemon glaze.

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Barefoot Contessa

It's back to basics Italian restaurant food at home. There's a delicious master class from Joe Realmuto, executive chef of local Italian restaurant Nick and Toni's, who shares his famous recipe for Penne alla Vecchia Bettola, an Italian classic dessert with the volume turned up, Rum Raisin Tiramisu and a gorgeous no cook Italian anti pasti platter. Then Ina is answering everyone's Italian questions in Ask Ina.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Eileen's restaurant, Tootie's Texas BBQ in Cathedral City, Calif., started a deep decline while Eileen was battling cancer. Weeks away from closing for good, she calls on Chef Robert Irvine for a rescue. Robert immediately identifies the tasteless barbecue, poor service and the fact that Tootie's isn't bringing in the lunch crowd as the problems causing the restaurant's downfall. Robert has just two days to give Eileen a second chance at success.

 

FN Dish Update: See How Tootie's Texas BBQ Is Doing

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Restaurant: Impossible

The food at Mama Della's N.Y. City Pizzeria in Baton Rouge, La., is great, but stubborn owner Barry is the biggest obstacle to his restaurant's success. Chef Robert Irvine has a tough two days of fighting ahead of him to get Barry to change the "my way or the highway" attitude that's scaring away customers.

 

FN Dish Update: Find Out How Mama Della's N.Y. City Pizzeria Is Doing

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Restaurant: Impossible

Chef Robert travels to Douglas, Mich., to save the Kalico Kitchen and longtime owner Catherine. Catherine is boisterous and blunt, with a vocabulary so colorful that it's turning the staff against her ... including her own son, Donny. Despite all the yelling, cursing and put downs, the staff hasn't been whipped into shape -- the restaurant is failing, the food is subpar and the kitchen is absolutely filthy! Robert has just two days to get the place cleaned up, the staff back on track and the owner to shape up.

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Restaurant: Impossible

When engaged couple Tonya and Chad purchased the restaurant in La Porte, Ind., where Tonya used to work as a server, they named it Seven, in honor of their combined seven children. But this historically lucky number has been anything but for the restaurant. Chef Robert soon discovers that the food is bad, the management is worse, and the stained glass decor would better fit a church than a restaurant, but Seven's biggest problem may be Tonya's 19-year-old son, Jake, who is the main cook at the restaurant, despite his lack of training or passion.

FN Dish Update: See How Seven Is Doing

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri uncovers some unexpected joints the locals love: In Boise, Idaho, a 50-year-old drive-in where you can order on the speaker box, and end up with prime rib; in Santa Fe, N.M., a pizza joint where they'll top your pie with green chilies; and all kinds of authentic Jamaican cooking in Fort Worth, at a place the Texas locals have fallen in love with.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri rolls in for serious sandwiches; In Hollywood, Fla., a second generation hoagie shop where they're making authentic Philly cheese steaks on homemade rolls; in Portland, Ore., a cafe where they're serving house-cured pork belly on the Reubens, and a salt cod sandwich comes with chorizo; and in Chicago, a diner doing open-faced Thanksgiving dinner and Sunday pot roast on a bun.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri travels the whole country for homemade comfort food: In Charlotte, N.C., a neighborhood favorite doing chicken and dumplings; in Providence, a diner doing a local classic called a Johnnycake. And in San Jose, Calif., a garage turned restaurant making burgers, ketchup, and fries from scratch.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip Guy visits local joints doing favorites from someplace else. In Kenwood, Calif., a family restaurant cooking up homemade, Tuscan-style Italian. In Charlotte, N.C., a neighborhood favorite serving California fish tacos. And in Honolulu, the local bar turned Irish pub where the stout's poured right and the Shepherd's Pie is scratch-made.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip Guy's rolling out for a Triple-D take on chicken. In Belmar, N.J., a Mexican joint tossing wings with scratch made adobo sauce. In Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, a sports bar doing a roasted garlic chicken pizza, with a scratch made crust from an old Sicilian family recipe. And at the farmer's market in Nashville, Tenn., a Jamaican cafeteria serving authentic mango chutney chicken.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

In Dundalk, Md., the Greek diner decked out in neon and servin' up family recipes like Yia Yia's grape leaves. In Oxnard, Calif., the jack of all trades joint is baking, brewing, and cooking all in the same restaurant and servin' up some creative burgers like lamb burger with red pepper relish. And in Charleston, S.C., southern heritage meets culinary creativity at this mom and pop joint, with favorites like deep fried pork chops with sweet and spicy pepper jelly.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's toppin' off some righteous dishes with all kinds of sauce. In Cincinnati, the funky cafe putting their creative spin on barbecue chicken and vegan chili. In Boston, the neighborhood spot spicing up everything from lemongrass chicken to sloppy Joe's with some killer specialty sauces. And in Jackson, Wyo., the century-old log cabin housing an eclectic menu of totally homemade standouts, like scratch-made ramen and pork ragu.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's roadtrippin' all over the country for some home-style cooking. In Boston, the funky neighborhood joint cranking out Southern staples, like chicken and waffles and off-the-hook tots. In Carmel, Calif., Robert Irvine's riding shotgun to check out the cool cafe centered around scratch-made classics, like amped-up biscuits and gravy and brisket chili. And in Superior, Wis., the sports bar scoring with classics like house-cured meat pizza and a super special chicken sandwich.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's celebrating homeland favorites from all kinds of diverse cultures. In Richfield, Minn., the Mexican restaurant-market combo dishing out real-deal tacos al pastor and carnitas tamales. In Denver, the Greek joint cooking up lights-out lamb ribs and a unique dessert specialty. And in Atlanta, the Southern spot serving up their spin on shrimp and grits, plus legit biscuits and gravy.

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Carnival Cravings with Anthony Anderson

Anthony Anderson heads to the Got to Be NC Festival in Raleigh, N.C. for some Southern-fried carnival goodness. He tickles his taste buds with everything from redneck egg rolls to the most intense bacon-wrapped deep-fried dessert this side of the Mississippi. After his belly has settled, he tries his hand at the lumberjack competition and bets the farm at the pig races.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's cruisin' the San Francisco coast for a diverse culinary road trip. First, Guy swings by the repurposed garage in the Mission District for some southern hospitality served up in braised beef short ribs and spicy shrimp and gravy. Then he's off to the NY-style deli crankin' out old-fashioned chicken noodle with matzo ball soup and potato latkes. And the food extravaganza ends at San Fran's food truck park, where the reinvented Japanese/Korean truck hooks Guy up with a totally unique take on Asian-fusion in the pork belly and short rib kojas.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip Guy's heading out for some family cooking. In Minneapolis, a cafeteria/deli where the third generation's still cranking out the family's original, Eastern European sausage. In Kansas City, Mo., a soup 'n sandwich joint where a husband and wife are putting a twist on old favorites, like a red wine and cola marinated flank steak sandwich. And at a hot dog shack in West Virginia, two "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" enthusiasts make their 100th Triple D visit.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's toppin' off some righteous dishes with all kinds of sauce. In Cincinnati, the funky cafe putting their creative spin on barbecue chicken and vegan chili. In Boston, the neighborhood spot spicing up everything from lemongrass chicken to sloppy Joe's with some killer specialty sauces. And in Jackson, Wyo., the century-old log cabin housing an eclectic menu of totally homemade standouts, like scratch-made ramen and pork ragu.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's roadtrippin' all over the country for some home-style cooking. In Boston, the funky neighborhood joint cranking out Southern staples, like chicken and waffles and off-the-hook tots. In Carmel, Calif., Robert Irvine's riding shotgun to check out the cool cafe centered around scratch-made classics, like amped-up biscuits and gravy and brisket chili. And in Superior, Wis., the sports bar scoring with classics like house-cured meat pizza and a super special chicken sandwich.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy Fieri's celebrating homeland favorites from all kinds of diverse cultures. In Richfield, Minn., the Mexican restaurant-market combo dishing out real-deal tacos al pastor and carnitas tamales. In Denver, the Greek joint cooking up lights-out lamb ribs and a unique dessert specialty. And in Atlanta, the Southern spot serving up their spin on shrimp and grits, plus legit biscuits and gravy.

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Carnival Cravings with Anthony Anderson

Anthony Anderson heads to the Got to Be NC Festival in Raleigh, N.C. for some Southern-fried carnival goodness. He tickles his taste buds with everything from redneck egg rolls to the most intense bacon-wrapped deep-fried dessert this side of the Mississippi. After his belly has settled, he tries his hand at the lumberjack competition and bets the farm at the pig races.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip, Guy's cruisin' the San Francisco coast for a diverse culinary road trip. First, Guy swings by the repurposed garage in the Mission District for some southern hospitality served up in braised beef short ribs and spicy shrimp and gravy. Then he's off to the NY-style deli crankin' out old-fashioned chicken noodle with matzo ball soup and potato latkes. And the food extravaganza ends at San Fran's food truck park, where the reinvented Japanese/Korean truck hooks Guy up with a totally unique take on Asian-fusion in the pork belly and short rib kojas.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip Guy's heading out for some family cooking. In Minneapolis, a cafeteria/deli where the third generation's still cranking out the family's original, Eastern European sausage. In Kansas City, Mo., a soup 'n sandwich joint where a husband and wife are putting a twist on old favorites, like a red wine and cola marinated flank steak sandwich. And at a hot dog shack in West Virginia, two "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" enthusiasts make their 100th Triple D visit.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

This trip Guy's rolling out for a Triple-D take on chicken. In Belmar, N.J., a Mexican joint tossing wings with scratch made adobo sauce. In Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, a sports bar doing a roasted garlic chicken pizza, with a scratch made crust from an old Sicilian family recipe. And at the farmer's market in Nashville, Tenn., a Jamaican cafeteria serving authentic mango chutney chicken.

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

In Dundalk, Md., the Greek diner decked out in neon and servin' up family recipes like Yia Yia's grape leaves. In Oxnard, Calif., the jack of all trades joint is baking, brewing, and cooking all in the same restaurant and servin' up some creative burgers like lamb burger with red pepper relish. And in Charleston, S.C., southern heritage meets culinary creativity at this mom and pop joint, with favorites like deep fried pork chops with sweet and spicy pepper jelly.

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Iron Chef America

It's Vaya con Vegas, baby, as the Chairman rolls the dice and pits Iron Chef Bobby Flay against challenger Angelo Sosa in a fight for the culinary title. The judges for this battle are Hal Rubenstein, Judy Joo and Billy Harris.

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