Guy Fieri's hitting the road for an off-the-chain culinary journey. On the Big Island, there's a Filipino-Hawaiian mashup famous for leaving diners speechless. In Chicago, a Spanish-style spot serves seafood that might just surprise you.
Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream - Triple D style: he visits the Virginia drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today.
Robert must force Joe to get past his pride in order to save his restaurant.
The namesake owner of George's Restaurant in Miami wants both his customers and his employees to have a good time. But when he notices a dramatic loss in revenue, he contacts Charles to investigate.
After noticing an unusually low haul in crab claws, Luis, owner of Garcia's Seafood in Miami, contacts Charles for help. Mystery diners Harry and Carlos discover where the seafood is going missing.
Ree's making chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes with gravy and a city girl tomato salad on the side, as well as Cowboy Breakfast sandwiches and Sunrise punch. It's going to be a mouthwatering feast of fabulous food and fun.
It's Todd's seventh birthday and the baby cowboy gets treated to lemon blueberry pancakes for breakfast, then it's a day of keeping mum as Ree conjures up a country birthday feast of macaroni cheese and juicy sliders with a toppings bar.
When the guys are away eating steak and potatoes, Ree will be throwing a cowgirl's dinner the guys would hate with elegant, sophisticated goat cheese with dill appetisers, chilled sangria, and a hip fig, prosciutto and rocket pizza.
Ree's cooking up a fabulous spicy Cajun pasta lunch for her hungry kids. Then, with the kids on a sleepover, it's a rare date night so she rustles up his-and-her versions of Ladd's favourite sandwich and a Drummond classic, egg in the hole.
It's all about school days and Sundays on the ranch. Ree is making incredible malted milk chocolate chip cookies for a field trip with her homeschooled kids. Then it's comfort classics: perfect pot roast and blackberry cobbler.
At the Drummonds' Rancher's Dinner, it's party time with a real Wild West difference. There's got to be beef, Ladd's grilled tenderloins, twice-baked potatoes, crunchy fresh corn casserole and homemade ranch dressing over iceberg wedges.
Ree plans a cowboys and cowgirls lunch at the lodge. She slams pop pulled-pork in the oven to slow cook and fits in some photography for her blog before putting the final touches on a well-earned lunch for the entire crew.
Ree hasn't been to the store in weeks and she's still got another day to go before she can hit town. Over the next 24 hours, she dips into her trusty staples to whip up some fabulous food from what she can find in her pantry and freezer.
Ree makes oatmeal bars the night before homeschool Co-Op day, then just before the bell rings she's serving up make-ahead muffin melts for the kids. Afterwards, mums and kids enjoy a cool strawberry jam lesson, mixing science and cooking.
It's chocolate day at the lodge and Ree has challenged herself to shake up three great knock-it-out-of-the-park easy but impressive chocolate recipes for the blog. Let the choc fest begin.
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.
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.
It's Ladd's birthday and while it's business as usual on the ranch, Ree's conjuring up a fabulous birthday dinner with all of his favourite foods.
Ree shares the good stuff with the chocolate lovers in her life, starting with a triple chocolate tiramisu for her best friend. Then, with her son's help, she makes crispy chocolate dippers to use in a crazy chocolate shake.
Ree's mum and sister are staying on the ranch for the weekend and the women are conjuring up family recipes and food they love. There's a fabulous pasta dinner with seafood and a casual easy salad lunch the next day.
Ree Drummond's spilling the cocoa beans on her love for all things chocolate such as Ladd's chocolate pie, delicious chocolate message cookies and a totally retro chocolate fondue, even chocolate covered potato chips.
To welcome Ree's father and stepmum to the ranch for dinner, Ladd's grilling the steaks, while Ree makes the sauce, salads, sides and dessert. Then everyone's wrapping up warm to sip hot chocolate on the terrace by the glow of the fire pit.
It's a tale of three breakfasts on the ranch. For breakfast on the run, Ree's making tender scones; to celebrate her father-in-law's birthday, there's eggs Benedict with breakfast potatoes; and finally, hearty breakfast burritos.
Ree's doubling up on dinner and making one meal for her crew and one for cowboy Josh. There's meatloaf slathered in a spicy tomato topping, twice-baked new potatoes stuffed with cheese, a salad, and for dessert, pecan pie.
Ree fixes the ranchers glazed doughnuts and later delivers a rib-sticking lunch of ranch chicken sandwiches. After a day of hard work, Ree serves up the perfect refreshment at the pond: raspberry lemonade.
Ree Drummond makes a Mississippi mud cake and white chocolate macadamia nut cookies. Plus, she shows how to make her easy chocolate tart.
With the family away for the weekend, Ree can cook and eat all the food she really loves. She starts with a gazpacho and pasta with pancetta and leeks. The next day, Ree whips up a real spicy favourite: lazy chiles rellenos.
Ree Drummond is sharing some of the recipes that have rocked her chocolate-loving family's world through the years, including Ladd's Chocolate Pie, Chocolate Butterscotch Caramel Bars and Chocolate Cake in a Mug.
The six bakers have to create tiny desserts using berries. Then, it's an explosion of colour as the bakers take on spring-patterned roll cakes.
Jamie rustles up a beef stroganoff with fluffy rice and red onion and parsley pickle. Later he makes Moroccan mussels with tapenade toasties and cucumber salad.
Jamie makes his best fish baps, mushy peas and tartare sauce. Later, he cooks mushroom farfalle with blue cheese and a hazelnut and apple salad.
It's a recipe showdown as Ree shares awesome football food inspired by her college rival daughters.
Ree Drummond's sharing recipes from her pizza place in town. For takeout with a difference, she makes foolproof pizza dough, garlic butter and a no-cook pizza sauce and uses them for her signature pie, Pizza Ree-a.
Guy Fieri goes over some his favourite deep fried dishes, including fried chicken, fish and chips, and the Chicharrones that blew him away at Highland Tavern.
This trip Guy's rolling out for all kinds of flavour. In Duluth, Minnesota, they're scratch baking banana cream pie and serving grass-fed, bison pot roast.
This trip Guy's rolling out for a Triple-D take on chicken. He heads to Belmar, New Jersey. Then it's on to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. And Guy's final stop is in Nashville, Tennessee.
Jamie goes hunting for alligators and cooks gumbo in Louisiana. He also helps a local eatery get back on its feet again just weeks after Hurricane Gustav has wreaked havoc.
When the owners of A La Carts Food Pavilion in Portland hear complaints from their tenants about the new manager, they contact Charles Stiles to investigate. Mystery Diners go undercover to see if the grievances are valid.
Fearing the staff's getting carried away with the digital shorts they produce to promote the restaurant, the owners of Amalfi's in Portland contact Charles Stiles for help. Mystery Diners go undercover to investigate.