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Down Home With the Neelys - Along the river bluffs of Memphis, you can almost imagine the ghost of Elvis lining up for a devilishly delicious meal at the home of Tennessee's top BBQ restauranteurs, Pat and Gina Neely. Now that's a meal worth coming back for!
Jamie At Home - Jamie Oliver, aka The Naked Chef, returns to Food Network doing what he does best—cooking at home with fruits and vegetables selected fresh from his own backyard garden.
Rescue Chef - Your pasta is sticky, your steaks are dry and your family flees every time you set a casserole on the table. Never fear! Rescue Chef Danny Boome is criss-crossing America to deliver culinary solutions to one of our lucky viewers.
Ultimate Recipe Showdown - Designed to promote the best amateur recipes in the country, this high-energy series challenges America’s greatest home cooks to prepare three original recipes in front of a live audience in Las Vegas.
Ace of Cakes - Sporting his signature goatee and armed with a blowtorch, Duff Goldman seems out of place in a kitchen. Until you see him cook. Operating on the outlaw fringe of the culinary world, Duff has combined his skills as a sculptor and welder to become the country's most sought-after decorative baker.
Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives - Host Guy Fieri travels across America to see why classic "greasy spoons" are thriving again. From a roadside shack in Texas to a Vegas sports bar, these are the eateries that make our nation great.
Dinner: Impossible - Combine MacGyver with Julia Childs and get Robert Irvine, former chef to the Royal Family and host of Dinner: Impossible. Each week, we throw Robert a culinary curveball, from dinner for 150 aboard a luxury train to an authentic 18th century feast. Will he succeed? Or self-destruct?
Good Eats - The irrepressible Alton Brown serves pop culture with comedy in this quirky revelation of culinary customs and ingredient origins. In each episode, Alton mixes cooking with science to dish out food in its finest—and funniest— forms.
The Next Food Network Star - Once again, the good, the bad and the inedible are profiled as we reduce thousands of wannabes to just eight gifted finalists who vie for their own Food Network series.
Paula’s Party - Paula Deen brings all the fun of Paula's Home Cooking to a new audience in her primetime hit, Paula’s Party. Set on a scenic riverbank in Savannah, GA, it's a non-stop rollercoaster of food, fun, stories, recipes and surprises.
Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals - Armed with ingredients found in any supermarket—and a personality as bubbly as a warm stew—the vivacious Rachael Ray shows viewers how to make cooking one of life's simplest pleasures.
Simply Delicioso - Ingrid Hoffmann gives every dish a Latin twist in her practical approach to cooking. Shot in colorful Miami Beach, each episode features lively menus and clever tips for giving bold Latin accents to American favorites.
Throwdown with Bobby Flay - In each episode of his hit series, popular Food Network personality Bobby Flay throws down his oven mitt to an unsuspecting subject, cooking their specialty on their turf and treating viewers to a culinary "OK Corral."