While investigating a Phoenix eatery, the Mystery Diners encounter several problem employees who threaten patrons, drink on the job and eat customers' food.
The owner of an Italian bistro is concerned that his manager is acting inappropriately with the staff, picking favourites based on appearance. The Mystery Diners go undercover to investigate.
Guy Fieri's going all in for some comfort and soul. He makes stops in North Carolina and California as he munches on some killer collard greens and tasty turkey chilli. There's nothing like some decadent low country favourites.
Guy's enjoying a big taste of the Far East. In Las Vegas, he samples a Japanese spot that's rolling out amazing sushi and traditional udon. Then, in Denver, he visits a Korean joint firing up the grill for an all-you-can eat flavourfest.
Guy Fieri's checking out some killer cuisine spanning three different continents. In Denver, he scoffs down some Indian and Brazilian specialties. Then, in Atlanta, he finds time for some good old American comfort food: meat sandwiches.
Guy's digging into some irresistible comfort food. In Atlanta, he finds a joint cooking up chicken and biscuits and house-cured lox. Across town, a twin-brother team is firing up Southern grub like brisket burgers and chicken-fried ribs.
It's time to find out how the cookie crumbles as Ina bakes up a storm in the barn. Ina makes chocolate chunk blondies and cookies. And everyone's cookie conundrums are solved in Ask Ina.
Ina shares her favourite recipes perfect for gifting. There's pillowy marshmallows and white chocolate bark. Then Ina's making a squash soup as a thank you gift to top candy queen Dylan Lauren.
It's cocktail time. Ina is preparing salmon tartare, sopresatta with cheese in puff pastry and chipotle and rosemary roasted nuts. Then its all about cocktails and canapés in Ask Ina.
Ina is making dinner for her friend Miguel who is photographing the garden. He creates a table setting for her while she makes panko crusted salmon, warm French lentils, and chicken noodle soup for Miguel's journey back to the city.
Ree Drummond's sister, Betsy, is visiting the ranch and they've planned a great girl's night. On the menu for their evening of cooking, eating and having fun are frittata, kale citrus salad, mystery rolls and lemon and lime pound cake.
Ree prepares a delicious Tex-Mex tailgate lunch for the cowboys and her family busy repairing a fence. Ree rustles up a beef taco bar, green chilli queso, chipotle salsa and chilli beans and sugar cookies.
Ree Drummond cooks up four of her favourite tasty treats to share with the people she loves. There's pumpkin cinnamon rolls, sticky sweet baklava, white chocolate shortbread cookies and chocolate-dipped strawberries.
Ree Drummond's whipping up delicious food with her homegrown herbs. There's lemon-rosemary scones, French onion soup with fresh thyme, a gorgeous panzanella salad packed with basil and a minty raita with salted naan wedges.
Jamie cooks sticky squid balls, grilled prawns and noodle broth, plus sausage fusilli and creamy garden salad.
On the menu is smoked salmon, Yorkshire pud, beets and asparagus, plus gorgeous Greek chicken, sweet pepper and pea couscous with tzatziki.
This time Jamie cooks glazed sizzling chops, sweet tomato and asparagus lasagnetti, plus mushroom soup, stilton, apple and walnut croutes.
Jamie rustles up seared Asian tuna, coconut rice and jiggy jiggy greens, plus ricotta fritters, tomato sauce and courgette salad.
This time the meal is spiced chicken, bacon, asparagus and spinach lentils, plus falafel wraps, grilled veg and salsa.
For the first time ever, Hollywood goes to Hollywood as Paul explores baking in Los Angeles. In this city, known for its crazy health fads and celebrity culture, Paul discovers that it's also rich in incredible bakes.
This trip, Guy Fieri is stopping by some joints that are keepin' it fresh. In San Francisco, the Venezuelan joint is servin' up a totally gluten free menu of authentic standbys like arepas and empanadas.
Guy's traveling up and down the west coast searching for funky joints. In Portland, a husband and wife team are cranking out good ol' Americana with dishes like corned beef hash and chipped beef.
Guy's signing up for a meat-crazed masterclass. In Portland, the craft-cooking family joint with a chef who butchers, cures, preserves and smokes everything in-house.
Guy's cruisin' the San Francisco coast for a diverse culinary road trip. He swings by the repurposed garage in the Mission District for braised beef short ribs and spicy shrimp and gravy.
This trip, Guy's rollin' out for a festival of flavours. And in San Francisco, the fusion food truck combining Filipino and Latin traditions in adobo buffalo wings and grandpa's recipe for pork tacos.
This trip, Guy's hittin' up some joints that are authentic to the bone. In Portland, Oregon, the noodle house cranking out mum's recipes for all kinds of authentic Chinese dishes like won ton soup.
Guy's in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the cafe where a native Kenyan in the kitchen is serving up totally fresh fish, like island spiced banana leaf mahi mahi and a killer Caribbean goat stew.
This trip, Guy's getting a variety of Thanksgiving tastes and treasures. He visits a father/son bakery crafting a totally unique take on the Thanksgiving bird.
This trip, Guy's hitting up some joints that'll warm the palate and the soul. In Portland, Oregon, the funky neighbourhood cafe cranking out comfort foods like the heartless artichoke sandwich.
This trip, Guy's checking out some tried and true local faves. In Kansas City, Missouri, the neighbourhood favourite killin' it with their scratch-made standouts like pork hash with black beans.
Guy's headed south of the border to Mexico. In San Lucas he visits the taco joint that's turning out totally fresh octopus tacos and Guadalajaran-inspired sauces that'll knock your socks off.
Guy's digging into the unique holiday traditions in Tennessee. In Hendersonville, the barbecue joint with a storied past serving up the traditional shoulder pull and a holiday ham with a fiery finish.
Guy's visiting some families keeping it real in the kitchen. In Nashville, the husband/wife duo take to the streets in their food truck with unique versions of the classic grilled cheese sammie.
Paul visits the historic Sicilian capital of Palermo and discovers its rich street culture. He explores Arabic influenced food markets selling local specialities and learns the secret of making perfect, crispy and creamy cannoli.
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty open a pop-up caff, where they serve up, and big up, the best of British food. In France, Jamie and Jimmy put British cheeses nose-to-nose with their French rivals.
45-year-old Tom, proud owner of Nauna's Bella Casa, is looking to take a step back from his demanding business to start a family. Tom's enlisted Willie to help him figure out what his staff is doing when he's not around.
Willie helps out Melissa, mother and owner of The Pepper Jack Grill in N.Y. Melissa treats her staff like family, and like any family, they bring the dysfunction. If Willie can’t help her, she may soon have no choice but close up shop.