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Episode Title: "South American Grilling "
Monday, July 1st - 9:30pm ET | 6:30pm PT
In Northern California Roger meets two chefs celebrating Argentina’s Asado and Brazil’s Churrasco. At Farmstead Restaurant in St. Helena, Chef Stephen Barber built a “live fire” cook area, complete with an eighty-five gallon cauldron, planchas, and metal crosses for Argentinian Asado. Roger and Stephen slow cook spring lamb seasoned with Mediterranean flavors. In Healdsburg, Roger and chef Mateo Granados of Cocina Latina build an outdoor oven out of bricks and cinder blocks. A large pile of local Manzanita wood is piled in the oven, drizzled with pork fat which serves as natural lighter fluid, and then lit to create coals. Marinated whole ducks, pork loins and leg of lamb are placed onto large Brazilian skewers and cooked on top of the outdoor oven.
Episode Title: "Tiffany vs. The School"
Monday, July 1st - 10:30pm ET | 7:30pm PT
The Freshman Class slice and dice their way through a pressure-filled knife skills exam and then test their abilities at making sauce. Tiffany's conflict with Chef Wes turns into an all-out war that threatens her future at the school. Jared takes on a culinary challenge that forces him to confront his disabilities, and Ben considers a major change when he struggles to pay for school.
Episode Title: "G.'s West Coast"
Tuesday, July 2nd - 9pm ET | 6pm PT
G. heads out west for a culinary adventure that begins in Vegas; his first stop is Eat, where Chef Natalie Young adds a little Southern comfort to her menu and serves up a Chicken-Fried Steak meal that will satisfy even the hungriest patron. Then it’s off to Los Angeles to Grub to meet two fun and spunky female chefs who’ve taken breakfast to a new level with their Big Flippin’ Pancake and Ooh La La Egg Sandwich. G. wraps up this road trip with a stop at Feed Body & Soul in Venice where he samples an amazing Sweet Potato Spread and a Rotisserie Pork Loin. G. washes it all down with an organic cocktail called The Bee’s Knees.
Episode Title: "Fiery Foods"
Season Premiere on Wednesday, July 3rd - 8:00pm ET | 5:00pm PT
Kelsey heads to the first annual Hot Sauce Expo where hot sauce is being added to all savory and sweet foods. Then, she visits JoJo Collins who truly turns up the heat on her homemade Sriracha. Kelsey then gets started on her own hot sauce menu: Fresno Pepper Hot Sauce, Spicy Kale Caesar Salad and Spicy Roasted Chicken with a Hot Sauce Compound Butter.
Wednesday, July 3rd - 10:00pm ET | 7:00pm PT
The Cooking Channel brings viewers eye-popping, out-of-this-world donuts like they’ve never seen before in a competitively entertaining series. The battle is on in Donut Showdown as professional donut makers from across North America take the iconic fried dough delicacy to new heights, dishing out their wackiest creations in hopes of devouring the competition and taking home a whopping $10,000 grand prize at the end of every episode. Donut Showdown premieres Wednesday, July 3 at 10:00pm ET/PT on Cooking Channel.
Hosted by Danny Boome, Donut Showdown brings an expert panel of judges to the diner kitchen to decide which fried treats will make the cut and which ones will cause the judges’ eyes to ‘glaze’ over. David Rocco leads the charge as head judge, joined by fellow esteemed judges culinary expert Maggie McKeown and popular Toronto restaurateur Zane Caplansky.
Episode Title: "San Francisco"
Friday, July 5th - 10:30pm ET | 7:30pm PT
BBFs, and partners in comedy, Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark head to San Francisco, a city that is close to both of their hearts. Alie grew up in San Fran, and Georgia lived there for a period of time. On this “tripping out” weekend, the girls revisit some of their favorite places and discover a few new ones. Alie & Georgia navigate the hilly streets via scooters, decked out in vintage dresses and high heels – not easy! They check out trivia night ata local pub, where they munch on fish ‘n chips wrapped in newspaper followed by the best Bloody Mary in the city at a dive bar that attracts local cyclists. Before heading home, the girls meet up with Alie’s family at a small Italian café where Francis Ford Coppola once sat and wrote the movie “The Godfather.” Back in LA, the girls throw a trivia party and serve delicious finger food and a signature cocktail inspired by their trip.
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