What Are Some Shows on the Cooking Channel?

Some shows on the Cooking Channel include "Pizza Masters," "Taco Trip," "My Grandmother's Ravioli" and "Dinner at Tiffany's." Others include "Holy and Hungry," "Carnival Eats" and "Heat Seekers."

"Pizza Masters" follows cousins Sal Basille and Francis Garcia as they travel across the United States in search of the best pizza. As of 2015, Basille and Garcia own two well-established pizza shops in New York City. They use their expertise in pizza making to educate viewers on different styles of pizza and secret ingredients while traveling to discover the best places to find a slice in select cities across the nation.

Aaron Sanchez hosts "Taco Trip," a food and travel show that visits Latin communities around the nation in search of the best Mexican food. As of 2015, Aaron Sanchez is the executive-chef of the restaurant Paloma, located in Stamford, Connecticut, and of Johnny Sanchez, located in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has also appeared on "Iron Chef America," "The Next Iron Chef," "Chopped" and "Heat Seekers."

Mo Rocco is the host and creator of the show "My Grandmother's Ravioli." The show follows Rocco as he travels across the United States and learns how to cook from grandmothers and grandfathers. Rocco has also appeared on "Food(ography)" and "Iron Chef America."