Guy rolls out for great foreign flavours. He finds Scandinavian cooking at a place in Chicago, from meatballs with lingonberries to house-cured gravlax. And there are some Middle Eastern favourites in Texas, from falafel to pilaf.
Guy Fieri checks out joints doing one of a kind favourites from coast to coast. In Portland, a BBQ place is smoking trout and lamb ribs, while in Florida, a beach town pub's doing a new twist on oysters Rockefeller.
In the quaint town of Woodstock, Illinois, where they filmed the movie Groundhog Day, are cousins Angelo and Angelo and their diner, Angelo's.
After already successfully battling one fast food chain over the rights to his signature sandwich, the owner of Devine Pastabilities now fears someone from within is trying to steal his creation.
Fearing that his regular customers have become too entitled, Larry asks Charles Stiles to investigate. Mystery Diners go undercover and discover an employee may be creating the problem.
Ina's on an Italian adventure with classic bolognese and Tuscan classic roasted sausage and grapes. Then it's parmesan crisps and elegant parmesan shards, perfect with drinks.
Inspired by local food producers, Ina is creating delicious honey vanilla pound cake, homemade vanilla extract, raspberry vodka and garlic and lemon oil inspired by local company East End Foodies.
Ina unlocks the secrets of entertaining fast. There are two main courses, roasted salmon with green herbs and chicken with shallots. Side dishes include roasted tomatoes and sautéed sugar snap peas.
Inspired by foody haunts visited in Paris, Ina prepares omelette for breakfast, veal chops with roquefort butter and potato basil puree. Jeffrey is sent on a mission for French bread and dessert.
This episode is all about pie inspired recipes! Anna creates a potato bisque with bacon and cheddar and her specialty, Anna’s tourtière. Anna delivers her meal to her fellow judges before the pie tasting begins.
Eat to the Beat breast cancer fundraiser event is all about healthy foods like Anna’s blueberry muffins, and elegant hors d’oeuvres like turkey and trimming pinwheels, and squash and cheddar soufflés.
The bakery cakes of the week include a replica of an Army tank for a veteran's wedding, a massive Mack truck and an authentic Viking ship for a couple of re-enactors who are getting hitched at a Renaissance fair.
Ree's sons are American football crazy, so when their friends come over to compare fantasy teams, Ree's on hand to cook their favourite foods: kicked-up spicy wings, make-ahead sandwich rolls, a potato skins bar and salted pretzel brownies.
Ree gives the lowdown on how her life and food change during different seasons on the ranch. She makes red wine pot roast, chicken tacos with strawberry salsa, roasted beet and goat cheese salad, and carrot and squash curry soup.
Ree whips up the most decadent chocolate treats from white chocolate all the way down to dark. There's white chocolate raspberry cheesecake, dipped and decorated waffle cones, milk chocolate mousse and a chocolate orange martini.
Ree packs some fun treats for a late afternoon picnic with the younger kids. She makes animal crackers, crunchy cereal chicken fingers, cucumber finger sandwiches, salad on a stick and mini watermelon wedges.
Anjum Anand visits London to help food lover James Moody, who believes Indian cooking is too complicated. She shows him recipes for a Bengali fish curry and keema-stuffed mashed potatoes and challenges him with a butternut squash dish.
Anjum Anand is in Edinburgh, where she helps local cookery expert Wendy Barrie cook tarka dal, chicken in spinach and a Punjabi twist on the traditional Scottish dessert cranachan. Along the way Wendy also learns the secrets of rotis.
It's a tale of two breakfasts as Ina cooks up an omelette for two and chunky banana bran muffins as well as peach raspberry yoghurt and bagels with smoked salmon to take to a friend.
It's Halloween for grown ups with espresso martinis, juicy loin of pork with fennel, and a ghoulish chocolate ganache sheet cake with orange butter cream frosting to get everyone in the mood.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. In this episode, Jamie presents a fantastic steak and onion sandwich, and ossobucco.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. In this episode, Jamie cooks chicken Kiev, shepherd's pie and spaghetti vongole.
Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos have fun on the farm experimenting with olive oil and a tractor. Then, they prepare a special meal of chicken cacciatore and mashed potatoes with olive oil and pancetta for his Grandma Nola.
The family takes a road trip through Tuscany, stopping first at an organic dairy farm to make cheese. Next, they learn to make Tuscan bread from a baker before learning to make fresh ravioli from an Italian Nonna.
Ladd's mum is taking all the kids and cousins for a fun night out camping. Ree's whipping up delicious food for them to cook over the campfire in the great outdoors. Meanwhile, it's date night with supper for two for Ladd and Ree.
It's potluck Sunday at the church and theres's comfort food to the max. Ree is making three great dishes that are guaranteed to be wiped out first. The next morning, the whole family helps Ree get the food on the table and eat it.
Join Guy Fieri on a flavour-packed trip down memory lane with dishes inspired by his trip to Spain, including pork and chicken paella verde and piquillo peppers stuffed with chorizo and manchego.
Guy Fieri is celebrating the holidays with his spin on a local Bay Area specialty, Cioppino. He makes his version with Dungeness crab and a whole host of other seafood.
Four talented junior chefs are ready to prove their expertise in the kitchen to judges Marc Murphy, actress Debby Ryan and Geoffrey Zakarian. In the first round the young competitors figure out what to do with "poor man's lobster".
Anjum teaches Londoner Jonathon Readman how to cook fried spicy aubergines, authentic vindaloo and stuffed sea bass in an effort to impress his mother-in-law, who is from Goa. Along the way he also learns the secrets of dry-roasting spices.
Anjum travels to Bradford, where she teaches a volunteer chef on the Yorkshire Dales steam railway how to cook a selection of Kashmiri dishes. On the menu are rogan josh with pilaf rice in a seasoned broth, stuffed peppers and vermicelli.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. In this episode, Jamie cooks a hearty fish pie, makes gnudi - like gnocchi, and bakes hummingbird cake.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. Jamie presents his version of ham, egg and chips, the chicken kebab, and a three-tiered chocolate cake.
Guy Fieri's getting a taste of global flavour. In Cincinnati, a Jamaican's joint firing up their trademark jerk chicken and spicy snapper. And in Duluth, a flavourful border dweller's dishin' out a taste of Thailand.
Guy Fieri's hitting up some small towns with big flavour. In Parkland, WI, a roadside bar serves sandwiches stuffed with bomb brisket and crispy pork belly. In Jackson, WY, an organic spot is dishin' out ethnic inspired eats.
Meat's the theme of this week's trip, and Guy finds a few spots to call paradise. In Colorado Springs, he has a killer Jamaican goat curry and jammin' jerk chicken. In Baltimore, he goes to a funky beer bar with wild boar sliders.
On this trip, Guy's getting down-home eats. In Pleasantville, NJ, he chows down on chicken and waffles, while in Baltimore, he gets coconut cream French toast and crab cake po' boys. Lastly, in Colorado, a 'sloppy pig' sandwich.
Though a successful businesswoman, Donna's first try at running a restaurant is proving to be poor. Bad reviews and plummeting profits mean that without Willie's help, this once promising establishment will close its doors for good.
Vlane, the owner of Action Burger, contacts Mystery Diners to investigate missing comic books at his comic book-themed restaurant. Charles Stiles sends in Jamie, who discovers an employee abusing their powers for evil.
After hearing complaints about her valet service, the owner of Breuckelen Colony contacts Charles Stiles for help. Mystery Diners Daniel and Jamie go undercover, only to discover an unauthorised car washing service.