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Watch Every Episode of Heat Seekers If You Can Handle the Fire

The age-old saying “if you can’t take the heat, stay out of the kitchen” doesn’t apply to Heat Seekers co-hosts Roger Mooking and Aarón Sánchez. The spicy-food-loving hosts test their limits with some of the most-fiery food across the country, eating insanely hot foods like Inferno Soup with eight kinds of chiles and Habanero Mad Mac. If you’ve missed any of their heat-seeking adventures, don’t worry — you can watch full episodes of Heat Seekers online for free.

The entire series is currently streaming on Cooking Channel, and for even more of Roger and Aarón’s shenanigans, check out hilarious candid photos of them diving face first into spicy food. The struggle is real, and you may cry laughing while watching them try to beat the heat.

While you’re at it, you can also watch Roger’s other show, Man Fire Food, and Aarón’s road-tripping on Taco Trip.

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The Heat is on Cooking Channel

Next Sunday is Cinco de Mayo, a celebration of Mexico’s vibrant heritage that almost always involves lively fiestas and dishes that are muy caliente. Get ready for a week of festivities with some Scoville-worthy programming on Cooking Channel.

What better way to anticipate this May 5th celebration than by tuning into Cooking Channel to see how Alton Brown makes homemade chili powder (Friday, May 3, at 8:30pm ET) or how Bobby Flay throws a Mexican-inspired brunch (Thursday, May 2, at 9:30pm ET)? You can also visit some of the spiciest kitchens around the country with Unique Eats (Saturday, May 4, at 5pm ET), and be sure to stay tuned for Saturday’s prime-time marathon of Heat Seekers (starting at 8pm ET) as chefs Aaron Sanchez and Roger Mooking explore the fruity, raw heat of chiles. From fiery salsas (Wednesday, May 1, at 8pm ET) to jalapeno-laced guacamole, we have all things hot and spicy this week on Cooking Channel.

Literally turn up the heat in your kitchen with more hot and spicy recipes. Just be sure to keep a glass of milk close by.