NOMTVWith all the channels on broadcast TV and cable and the inevitable episode repeats, it's hard to sort out what's new or worthwhile. Let us sort it out for you so you don't miss anything worth watching. Times may vary with region; check your local listings for exact hour and channels.

Saturday (June 9)

Paula's Best Dishes: Offering more entertainment value than culinary edification, Paula's show presents some unfathomably caloric pig dishes. Bacon Pinwheels, Fried Creamed Corn and Molasses and Bacon Cookie Sandwiches may not ever find your way into your kitchen, but they sure are fun to gawk at. 10 a.m. ET, Food Network

Giada at Home: Host Giada De Laurentiis cooks several different regional dishes for her Italian Food Tour including Umbrian-style Veal Chops and Calabrese Fried Eggplant. 11:30 a.m. ET, Food Network

Julia Child: Cooking with Master Chefs: In Child's cooking-with-famous-chefs series from the early Nineties, the famed television host spends time with Jean-Louis Palladin (the youngest chef, at the time, to earn two Michelin stars) as he prepares porcini-stuffed duck breast and foie gras with apples in a converted fireplace. 12 p.m. ET, PBS (may not be airing in all regions)

Sunday (June 10)

Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction: Bobby goes patriotic with a red, white and blue grill feast. Recipes include a grilled softshell crab sandwich, New York-style hot dogs with onion sauce and a smoked prime rib with red wine sauce. 11 a.m. ET, Food Network

The Best Thing I Ever Made: If it has to do with sandwiches, we are there. This episode is no exception. Food personalities discuss Sloppy Joe Sliders and Scarpetta Stromboli, among others. 11:30 a.m. ET, Food Network

Cheap Bites: BaoHaus's Eddie Huang profiles some of America's best cheap eats. On his roadtrip, Huang encounters 25-cent donuts in Memphis and free, yes free, pizza in New York. A must watch for serious (thrifty) eaters. 8 p.m. ET, Cooking Channel

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