07:49 — Chefs Wong and Cowan battle in the Road to Redemption, Round 1.
06:10 — Tim Love, executive chef of the Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, joins TODAY’s Al Roker on the plaza to conduct a high-spirited grilling lesson for a gro (more…)
02:01 — Supporters of a defiant county clerk in Kentucky plan to hold a rally today outside her jail. Kim Davis, the county clerk, is behind bars after refusi (more…)
02:59 — Thousands of desperate migrants are fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East arriving in Austria from neighboring Hungary. Thousands more travel by (more…)
04:28 — Hillary Clinton continues to take heat for using her personal e-mail server while she was Secretary of State. In a recent interview with Andrea Mitche (more…)
04:21 — The 2016 college football season gets into full swing today, including the 6th ranked Auburn Tigers take on the Louisville Cardinals, in a game you ca (more…)
06:23 — A disturbing new study from the Centers for Disease Control found that 70 percent of Americanâ€™s hearts are aging faster than they are. Thatâ€™s crea (more…)
01:44 — In a development that caught U.S. intelligence by surprise, Russia has set up an air traffic control tower and modular housing units for hundreds of p (more…)
03:48 — Tim Love is the chef and owner of Lonesome Dove Western Bistro in Texas. He joins TODAY to share his hearty recipe for tagliatelle pasta with roasted (more…)
01:50 — The chefs head out to the desert and must cook over an open flame.
04:14 — Tim Love, the chef and owner of Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, and Gail Simmons, the special projects director for Food and Wine magazine, join TODAY t (more…)
02:35 — Robin and Ron compete to sort out the most green cereal.
01:29 — The judges must debate whether really good sides but a bad main component or really a good main component and bad sides will be eliminated.
02:25 — Despite knowing her mistakes, Dakota Weiss maintains there were other chefs that could have gone home before she did.
02:00 — What's not to love about Chef Tim?
01:26 — Cutting a cactus, cooking in a dust-filled desert, and Eli's idea of a living hell.
00:58 — Learn more about this chef best known for his urban spin on traditional western dishes.