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Wednesday, September 3

Throwdown with Bobby Flay

Didier Pawlicki has used his Parisian culinary pedigree to orchestrate a Fondue revival in America. His smash hit restaurant, Taureau, in New York City has taken the Big Apple by storm with its quaint atmosphere and his delicious cheesy creations. His meal may be soft and gooey, but this gritty Frenchman is a fierce competitor with nerves of steel. It's fondue or "fon-don't" time for Bobby Flay this Fondue Throwdown.

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5 Ingredient Fix

Claire's favorite color is green and by the time she is done with this menu it will be your favorite color too! She's making a Fresh Pea Ravioli With Crispy Prosciutto, so good, it will win over any skeptics. Then for the main entrée an Herb and Garlic Crusted Salmon, a great recipe that will perk up your tastebuds. And finally a green pistachio tart, it's cheesy and scrumptious. It's a menu that will make your friends green with envy and all with just 5 easy ingredients.

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Food Network Specials

Lisa is hitting the grill, but don't expect greasy cheeseburgers. We are Hungry Girl-ing things up with dishes like I Can't Believe It's Not Potato Salad, Hungry Grilled Pineapple with So-Good Cinnamon-Vanilla Yogurt Dip, BBQ Chicken Slaw and super-refreshing Sassy 'n Spiked Pink Lemonade Pitcher. Lisa also shows us some totally unexpected delicious items you can throw on the grill.

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Cupcake Wars

In the first ever Cupcake Wars all-vegan showdown, four vegan bakers fight to have their cupcakes at the opening day celebration for the inaugural Los Angeles Green Festival.

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The Pioneer Woman

Ree is home alone in the snow — a perfect opportunity to eat lighter and pack in some exercise. For a pre-hike dinner, she's making a delicious Low Carb Lettuce Burger. To kick-start the next day, it's a Carb Buster Breakfast, complete with poached eggs, followed by a Butternut Squash and Kale Stir-Fry lunch, all rounded off with a fabulous Orange Resolution Smoothie.

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Barefoot Contessa

This is French food made easy. Ina is demystifying the classics, offering tips and techniques to get French flavor fast: There are ideas for French table settings, plus Ina's taking a trip to meet French chef Guy Reuge to get the scoop on French pate.

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Semi-Homemade Cooking

Wedding bells are ringing and to celebrate, Sandra is preparing an elegant Semi-Homemade menu. It all starts off with Portobello Crostini followed by delicious Pesto Potato Cakes from a member of the Semi-Homemakers club.

Next up, a delicate Poached Salmon with Champagne Sauce is perfect, especially when paired with a fresh Arugala and
Tomato salad. Sandra's No Bake Wedding Cake is super simple, and for cocktail time it's a Passionate Dream cocktail.

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Ten Dollar Dinners

Melissa d'Arabian prepares Asian Marinated Pork Chops, served with a ginger-orange glaze. Her Sesame and Peanut Noodles are tossed with scallions, bell peppers, cabbage and peanuts for a fresh and exotic pasta salad. Finally, her Fresh Cucumber Carrot Salad is served cool put packs a little heat in its vinegar-chile sauce.

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Secrets of a Restaurant Chef

Anne Burrell shows how to transform the humble shepherd's pie into a restaurant-worthy entree, using a little technique and a lot of love. Her Shepherd's Pie features diced lamb and veggies simmered in a rich stew, and baked under a thick blanket of creamy mashed potatoes. Equally belly-warming, Anne's Mushroom Soup With Bacon is a savory, smooth puree served with extra mushrooms, crisp bacon, and freshly chopped parsley.

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30 Minute Meals

A comforting soup and sammy combo that's gentle on your wallet. 3 Bean Pasta e Fagiole Soup; Italian-American Style Tuna Melt Sammies

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Giada at Home

Giada enjoys some of her favorite comfort foods at a casual dinner with Jade in the kitchen.

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Giada at Home

"Giada at Home" explores some of the cool places around Los Angeles where you can go for breakfast. Giada De Laurentiis re-creates some of her favorite dishes with her own spin like Lemon-Almond Waffles, Salami, Bacon and Spinach Hash, Breakfast Popovers with Italian Sausage and Peach and Basil Frozen Daiquiris.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina's friend Dwyer Derrig is on her way back from the city and she's going to get a fabulous birthday surprise -- a fridge filled with Ina's home cooked Italian Seafood Salad and German Chocolate Cupcakes, a Birthday Cheeseboard Gift and amazing flowers by Michael at Bridgehampton florists.

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Barefoot Contessa

Ina compiles her list of all time favourite desserts. First something easy but really elegant Summer Pudding bursting with ripe berries, a comforting old time favourite rum raisin rice pudding, an old classic key lime pie, a two way crème anglaise that can be a sauce or an ice cream and a delicious hot caramel sauce

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The Pioneer Woman

It's fires on the ranch and flames in the kitchen as Ree grills up a rib-sticking dinner for the family after an afternoon burning grass on the prairie. They enjoy a Grilled Chicken Slider Bar, Grilled Potato Bundles, Grilled Corn and Bell Pepper Butter and Blackberry Pot Pies with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

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Southern at Heart

Damaris helps her kitchen-challenged Uncle John tackle the traditional Phillips spring lamb feast. Taking the intimidation out of preparing a large roast, Damaris demonstrates an easy cooking method and simply layers fresh flavors to bring out the best qualities of Roasted Lamb and Mint Chimichurri. Feta Roasted New Potatoes and Togarashi Glazed Carrots round out this crowd-pleasing menu that shows a fresh take on traditional Southern fare.

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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 food radar is all over the map. On the east coast of Oahu, Hawaii, the general store crankin' out traditional Hawaiian dishes like lau lau stew. In Chicago, the real deal Italian family serving up totally scratch made Sicilian sandwiches like the schiacciata. And in Hernando, Miss., the underground cafe going bananas with their twist on French toast.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Sal and Brenda's one-year old restaurant, Goombazz Big City Eatzz, has struggled to find a strong customer base and is now more than $300,000 in debt. When Chef Robert Irvine investigates Goombazz, he discovers that Sal's short temper is driving people away: Brenda, the staff and the beloved and departed GM. Robert has two days to make Sal realize that he is the biggest obstacle in the restaurant's success, before he loses everything and everyone.

FN Dish Update: See How Big City Eatzz Is Doing

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Restaurant Stakeout

Pat closed the doors on the Brookside Grill in Highland Mills, N.Y., due to problems with his former partner. Now he's tempting fate to re-open the Grill with new partners. Willie must re-ignite the Brookside Grill, or else Pat's dreams will go up in smoke for good.

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Mystery Diners

Fearing that his regular customers have become too entitled, Larry, owner of 730 South in Denver, asks Charles to investigate. Mystery Diners Ariel and Conner go undercover and discover an employee may be creating the problem.

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Mystery Diners

After experiencing discrepancies with their supply of expensive protein supplements, Larissa and Andrew, owners of Protein House in Las Vegas, contact Charles to investigate. Mystery Diners Andy and Kelli go undercover and discover the real cause of the problem.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Single mother Renae bought El Bistro in Titusville, Pa., armed and eager for the challenge but three years later, she's behind in taxes, her savings is depleted and so is her passion. When Chef Robert Irvine walks through the door, he's nauseated by the stench of the grime and it's obvious that Renae has given up. When she threatens to sell the restaurant and walk away, Robert calls her bluff, cash in hand.

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Restaurant: Impossible

At Uncle Andy's Diner, in Portland, Maine, Chef Robert Irvine meets Dennis; restaurant owner by day, stand-up comedian by night. To Robert's frustration, Dennis spends more time telling jokes to his customers than paying attention to the quality of the food that comes out of his kitchen or how his newfound success in comedy is straining his relationship with his family.

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Mystery Diners

Fearing that his regular customers have become too entitled, Larry, owner of 730 South in Denver, asks Charles to investigate. Mystery Diners Ariel and Conner go undercover and discover an employee may be creating the problem.

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Mystery Diners

After experiencing discrepancies with their supply of expensive protein supplements, Larissa and Andrew, owners of Protein House in Las Vegas, contact Charles to investigate. Mystery Diners Andy and Kelli go undercover and discover the real cause of the problem.

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Restaurant: Impossible

Single mother Renae bought El Bistro in Titusville, Pa., armed and eager for the challenge but three years later, she's behind in taxes, her savings is depleted and so is her passion. When Chef Robert Irvine walks through the door, he's nauseated by the stench of the grime and it's obvious that Renae has given up. When she threatens to sell the restaurant and walk away, Robert calls her bluff, cash in hand.

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Restaurant: Impossible

At Uncle Andy's Diner, in Portland, Maine, Chef Robert Irvine meets Dennis; restaurant owner by day, stand-up comedian by night. To Robert's frustration, Dennis spends more time telling jokes to his customers than paying attention to the quality of the food that comes out of his kitchen or how his newfound success in comedy is straining his relationship with his family.

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Restaurant Stakeout

Pat closed the doors on the Brookside Grill in Highland Mills, N.Y., due to problems with his former partner. Now he's tempting fate to re-open the Grill with new partners. Willie must re-ignite the Brookside Grill, or else Pat's dreams will go up in smoke for good.

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Iron Chef America

Raleigh-based Chef Ashley Christensen jumps into the pressure cooker of Kitchen Stadium to battle Iron Chef Bobby Flay. Will she rise to the occasion or explode under the pressure?

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