Unique Eats

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Unique Eats
Uniqueats.jpg
Genre Cooking
Directed by Irene Wong
Emily Benson
Presented by Lee Anne Wong
Starring Amanda Freitag
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 74
Production
Producer(s) Emily Benson
Irene Wong (executive producer)
Cinematography Jonathan Belinski
Editor(s) Tony Oswald
Kyle Hepp (story ed.)
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) iW Productions
Release
Original network Cooking Channel
Picture format 16:9
Chronology
Related shows Unique Sweets

Unique Eats is a TV series on Cooking Channel[1] about various restaurants across the United States and their signature dishes. The show features talking head interviews with various chefs and food critics[2] who give their judgement about the foods. Each episode[3] focuses on one theme, such as "comfort foods" or "desserts".

Regular cast[edit]

The Unique Eats cast is made up of food industry professionals; such as chefs, restaurateurs, cookbook authors, food writers and even home cooks who all describe their favorite dishes at eating establishments featured in each episode.

Episode list[edit]

Season 1 (2010)[edit]

# Title Original airdate
1 1 "Comfort Foods" May 31, 2010
2 2 "Meats" May 31, 2010
3 3 "Desserts" June 14, 2010
4 4 "Gastropubs" June 21, 2010
5 5 "Hand-Held Eats" July 15, 2010
6 6 "Adventure" August 2, 2010
7 7 "Food Fantasy" August 9, 2010
8 8 "Americana" August 9, 2010
9 9 "Great Spaces" August 16, 2010
10 10 "Italian" August 23, 2010

Season 2 (2010-2011)[edit]

# Title Original airdate
11 1 "Brunch" November 21, 2010
12 2 "Late-Night Eats" November 28, 2010
13 3 "Cupcakes" December 5, 2010
14 4 "Southern Favorites" December 12, 2010
15 5 "Burgers" December 19, 2010
16 6 "Ice Cream" December 26, 2010
17 7 "Sandwiches" January 23, 2011
18 8 "Chocolate" January 30, 2011
19 9 "Street Food" February 9, 2011
20 10 "Extreme Farm to Table" February 27, 2011
21 11 "Cheese" March 13, 2011
22 12 "Drinks" March 20, 2011
23 13 "Small Plates" March 27, 2011

Season 3 (2011)[edit]

# Title Original airdate
24 1 "Seafood" April 3, 2011
25 2 "Asian" April 10, 2011
26 3 "Delis" April 17, 2011
27 4 "Pubs" April 24, 2011
28 5 "Bistro" April 31, 2011
29 6 "BBQ" June 5, 2011
30 7 "Pizza" June 12, 2011
31 8 "Chicken" June 26, 2011
32 9 "Neighborhood Gems" June 19, 2011
33 10 "Cheap Eats" July 3, 2011
34 11 "Fried Food" July 10, 2011
35 12 "Lunch Spots" July 17, 2011
36 13 "Wine Bars" July 31, 2011

Season 4 (2011-2012)[edit]

# Title Original airdate
37 1 "Queens" November 27, 2011
38 2 "Between the Bun" December 4, 2011
39 3 "Mexican" January 1, 2012
40 4 "Bar Food" January 8, 2012
41 5 "Eat & Sleep" January 15, 2012
42 6 "Maine Weekend" January 22, 2012
43 7 "Comfort Foods" January 22, 2012
44 8 "Wine Country Weekend" February 12, 2012
45 9 "Local Legends" February 19, 2012
33 10 "Dirt Cheap & Delicious" February 26, 2012
46 11 "Food By Fire" March 4, 2012
47 12 "Portland Weekend" March 18, 2012
48 13 "Pasta" March 25, 2012
49 14 "Philadelphia Weekend" April 22, 2012

Season 5 (2012)[edit]

# Title Original airdate
50 1 "Eat Your Veggies" April 29, 2012
51 2 "Craving Comfort" May 6, 2012
52 3 "Hot Spots" May 27, 2012
53 4 "Nostalgis Noshes" June 10, 2012
54 5 "Romantic Spots" June 17, 2012
55 6 "Global" June 24, 2012
56 7 "Mash-Ups" July 1, 2012
57 8 "Hot & Spicy" July 8, 2012
58 9 "Off the Grid" July 15, 2012
59 10 "Vegas" July 22, 2012
60 11 "Polynesian Paradise" August 26, 2012
61 12 "Houston Weekend" August 3, 2012
62 13 "Seafood" September 3, 2012

Season 6 (2013)[edit]

# Title Original airdate
63 1 "Old School" August 11, 2013
64 2 "Hotlanta" August 18, 2013
65 3 "Swine" August 25, 2013
66 4 "Chi-Town" September 1, 2013
67 5 "Innovators" September 8, 2013
68 6 "Modern Italian" September 15, 2013
69 7 "Reinvention" September 22, 2013
70 8 "New Asian" September 29, 2013
71 9 "Small Bites" October 6, 2013
72 10 "Hot Lunch Spots" October 13, 2013
73 11 "Ethnic Eats" October 27, 2013
74 12 "Brooklyn Rising" November 3, 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20110811201432/http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/21/dining/21network.html. Archived from the original on August 11, 2011. Retrieved August 24, 2011.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ "Howard Kurtz - Food TV's new clone". Washingtonpost.com. Retrieved 2015-03-08. 
  3. ^ "Food Network, Cooking Channel serving up a new shows - Chicago Tribune". Articles.chicagotribune.com. 2010-12-16. Retrieved 2015-03-08. 

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