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Man Fire FoodSeafood Feast: The best place to celebrate the foods of summer is The Place, located in Guilford, Connecticut: a roadside eatery whose outdoor grill kitchen is fuelled by slabs of local wood. (S1 Ep9)Sat, Oct 27, 9:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodBackyard Feast: At Ned Ludd, an American craft kitchen restaurant in Portland, chef Jason French loves to prepare food in his wood-fired oven so much that he doesn't even have a gas stove. (S1 Ep8)Sat, Oct 27, 9:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodHoly Smokes!: Roger attends the 100-year anniversary of the St Mary Magdalene Church Picnic in Owensboro. Several thousand pounds of meat will cook over 100 feet of fire and smoke. (S4 Ep10)Fri, Oct 26, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodWine Country Cookouts: California's wine country is the perfect place for an outdoor cookout. The weather is gorgeous, the wine is simply divine, and the food is downright delicious. (S4 Ep9)Fri, Oct 26, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodLight it Up!: Like a moth to a flame, nothing grabs Roger's attention like a wood-burning fire. After the flames subside and the smoke clears, there's a spectacular feast to dive into. (S4 Ep8)Thu, Oct 25, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodBackyard Blowouts: When the sun's out and the warm breeze kicks in, it's the perfect time to fire up an outdoor feast. Roger's in Southern California for two unbelievable backyard blowouts. (S4 Ep7)Thu, Oct 25, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodRib-A-Licious: Roger's on the hunt for lip-smacking ribs, and he found two places where the meat stacks up to perfection. One is in the heart of the Mississippi, and the other is in New York. (S4 Ep6)Wed, Oct 24, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodMeat on a Stick: Roger visits two Lone Star chefs who create the craziest cooking contraptions and prove that everything's bigger in Texas. (S4 Ep5)Wed, Oct 24, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodLone Star Load-Up: Roger loads up on the best brisket, pork steaks and sausages the Lone Star state has to offer. (S4 Ep4)Tue, Oct 23, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodLow Country Cookouts: Roger's in charming South Carolina for two spectacular low country cookouts: a traditional backyard pig pickin' and a classic oyster roast. (S4 Ep3)Tue, Oct 23, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodAlabama BBQ: The American Barbecue Belt stretches from the Carolinas to Texas, and today Roger heads to the heart of it: Alabama. (S4 Ep2)Mon, Oct 22, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodPigging Out on Pork: One of the great wonders of the barbecue world is smoked pork shoulder, cooked slowly until tender. Roger's favourite way to devour this thing of beauty is in a sandwich. (S4 Ep1)Mon, Oct 22, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodCoast to Coast Cookout: In the Pacific Northwest, Seattle chef Renee Erickson celebrates summer by smoking meats and seafood in wine barrels that have been transformed into smokers. (S1 Ep7)Sat, Oct 20, 9:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodMonster Rigs: Smokers come in all shapes and sizes, but we have found some extreme examples. In Grain Valley, mechanic Bill Rousseau has transformed a retired Cessna airplane into a smoker. (S1 Ep6)Sat, Oct 20, 9:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodSpring Celebration in Kentucky: Richard McCallister of Marksbury Farm Market invites Roger to his annual spring celebration in Lancaster, Kentucky, where they cook chicken in a custom grill. (S3 Ep13)Fri, Oct 19, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodPlaying with Fire in New England: Roger meets two people in New England who love to play with fire. Paula's garden is filled with cooking contraptions, while David rents out pig roast kits. (S3 Ep12)Fri, Oct 19, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodWest Coast Roasts: Roger Mooking heads to Sloughhouse to visit Passmore Ranch, a freshwater, sustainable fish farm. Then he heads to the Santa Maria Elks Lodge for Santa Maria-style barbecue. (S3 Ep9)Wed, Oct 17, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodCarnivore's Cookout in California: Central California is home to many vineyards, but Paso de Record Vineyard in San Miguel has piqued Roger's interest, with barbecue prepared in a deep pit. (S3 Ep8)Wed, Oct 17, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodMud and Steel in New Mexico: Roger heads to New Mexico where cooking with fire is taken to new culinary heights. He visits Comida de Campos, where feasts are cooked in cone-shaped clay ovens. (S3 Ep7)Tue, Oct 16, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodSmall Packages, Big Flavours: Roger Mooking searches the Gulf States for tasty food kissed with smoke and fire that carries big flavours. Then he learns how they use coffee in Texas barbecue. (S3 Ep6)Tue, Oct 16, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodGlobal Flavours of Texas: Roger Mooking is making his way through the Lone Star state for live-fire Latin American cooking and to savour the flavours of smoked European-style sausages. (S3 Ep5)Mon, Oct 15, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodFiery Mexican Feast: Roger Mooking loves Mexican food because of its tradition of cooking over a wood fire. Roger meets chef Johnny Hernandez in San Antonio and cooks regional Mexican dishes. (S3 Ep4)Mon, Oct 15, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodPit Masters: In Lexington, Texas, folks line up early on Saturday mornings for Snow's BBQ. Later we meet 77-year-old Tootsie Tomanetz who is a serious pit master on Friday nights. (S1 Ep5)Sat, Oct 13, 9:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodCowboy Cooking: Deep in the heart of Texas, Sandra Julian preserves the tradition of cowboy cuisine in her rustic chuck wagon, where she cooks her famous chicken fried steak. (S1 Ep4)Sat, Oct 13, 9:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodCaroline 'Cue: Roger Mooking heads to North and South Carolina to visit a couple of old school restaurants that have upheld a long tradition of mouthwatering barbecue for several generations. (S3 Ep3)Fri, Oct 12, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodHamming it Up: It's all about Roger Mooking's favourite animal - the pig. He's hamming it up at some of the country's best suppliers of cured, smoked and aged pork. (S3 Ep2)Fri, Oct 12, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodBBQ Sandwiches: Roger Mooking heads to The Barbecue Exchange for two sinfully delicious sandwiches - one is called Heaven and the other Hell. Both are packed with pulled pork and bacon! (S3 Ep1)Thu, Oct 11, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodFiery Foods in Jamaica: Roger's search for fire and food takes him to Jamaica where he makes a beeline for Scotchie's Too, a restaurant famous for cooking jerk over pits filled with coals. (S2 Ep13)Thu, Oct 11, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodLove for Lobsters in Maine: In Maine, a love of lobsters runs deep. Roger visits two places where piles of lobsters are cooked in the coolest wood-fired cookers. (S2 Ep12)Wed, Oct 10, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodFood Traditions: Roger visits New England for two unique food traditions, starting on the first Saturday of June, when the Rotary Club of Essex in Connecticut barbecues 300 pounds of fish. (S2 Ep11)Wed, Oct 10, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodCrazy for Chicken: Roger travels across Massachusetts to meet two chefs who are putting a brand new spin on fire-roasted, rotisserie chicken. (S2 Ep10)Tue, Oct 9, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodCajun Cookouts: Roger heads to Texas and Louisiana to feast on classic Cajun cooking. In small town Mamou, there's a smokehouse filled with five hundred pounds of Southern smoked favourites. (S2 Ep9)Tue, Oct 9, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodRoasting and Ranching in Texas: Roger takes a trip to West Point, Texas, to meet Tink Pinkard. Together they build a barbecue pit out of cinder blocks and prepare Italian porchetta. (S2 Ep8)Mon, Oct 8, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodTexas BBQ: Roger visits two legendary BBQ joints in Central Texas, where just the right amount of smoke and heat transforms the meat into delicious eats. (S2 Ep7)Mon, Oct 8, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodFired-up Chefs: Meet two chefs from Texas who love to get the barbecue going. First up, Tom Spaulding, who serves classic Texas-style barbecue food at his restaurant, Live Oak. (S1 Ep3)Sat, Oct 6, 9:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodFire Trucks: Step in Charleston to find the Big Red Rig, a bright red, double-decker trailer, decked out with two huge smokers cooking traditional pulled pork, ribs and chicken. (S1 Ep2)Sat, Oct 6, 9:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodSouth American Grilling: Roger meets two chefs celebrating South American grilling styles in Northern California, where they cook slow roasted spring lamb on the grill. (S2 Ep6)Fri, Oct 5, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodMediterranean Seafood Feasts: Roger heads to Northern California for wood-fired Mediterranean seafood. In the Napa Valley, the Steltzner family is famous for their wines and outdoor oven. (S2 Ep5)Fri, Oct 5, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodPig Roasts: Roger heads to Napa Valley, California, for two unique pig roasts. In St Helena, chef John Fink makes one of his famous portable Cuban pig roasts with mojo seasoning. (S2 Ep4)Thu, Oct 4, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodSouth Carolina Surf and Turf: Roger leaves the city and heads into the country for a traditional whole hog barbecue and low-country oyster roast. (S2 Ep3)Thu, Oct 4, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodSmoke and Steam: Hawaii island Oahu is known as the 'gathering place', and Roger is invited to two community gatherings abundant with local foods. (S2 Ep2)Wed, Oct 3, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodFeasts over Fire in Hawaii: Roger's first visit to Hawaii promises big fires and big feasts. On Nimitz Highway in Honolulu, Koala Moa is famous for whole chickens roasted over a fire. (S2 Ep1)Wed, Oct 3, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodOutrageous Ovens: Mark Skudlarek fires his three-chamber kiln at Cambridge Pottery and borrows some of the kiln's coals for an outdoor wood-fired oven to cook a celebratory feast. (S1 Ep10)Tue, Oct 2, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodSeafood Feast: The best place to celebrate the foods of summer is The Place, located in Guilford, Connecticut: a roadside eatery whose outdoor grill kitchen is fuelled by slabs of local wood. (S1 Ep9)Tue, Oct 2, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodBackyard Feast: At Ned Ludd, an American craft kitchen restaurant in Portland, chef Jason French loves to prepare food in his wood-fired oven so much that he doesn't even have a gas stove. (S1 Ep8)Mon, Oct 1, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodCoast to Coast Cookout: In the Pacific Northwest, Seattle chef Renee Erickson celebrates summer by smoking meats and seafood in wine barrels that have been transformed into smokers. (S1 Ep7)Mon, Oct 1, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodFeast over Flame: Discover the Skylight Inn, a family-run restaurant in North Carolina, that have been serving a whole hog-style barbecue for 65 years. (S1 Ep1)Sat, Sep 29, 9:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodSizzling Steaks: Roger lights up burn barrels for metal pits in Texas before helping out in a Wyoming outdoor kitchen, skewering steaks on pitchforks and deep-frying them in giant cauldrons. (S5 Ep12)Sat, Sep 29, 9:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodMonster Rigs: Smokers come in all shapes and sizes, but we have found some extreme examples. In Grain Valley, mechanic Bill Rousseau has transformed a retired Cessna airplane into a smoker. (S1 Ep6)Fri, Sep 28, 7:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Man Fire FoodPit Masters: In Lexington, Texas, folks line up early on Saturday mornings for Snow's BBQ. Later we meet 77-year-old Tootsie Tomanetz who is a serious pit master on Friday nights. (S1 Ep5)Fri, Sep 28, 7:00 PMFood Network30 mins