In Portland, Guy Fieri discovers a breakfast joint where they're making buttermilk biscuits with sweet potatoes and in California, a diner where the BLT comes stacked with softshell crab.
Guy uncovers some unexpected joints the locals love. In Idaho, there's a drive-in where you can order on the speaker box, and there's all kinds of authentic Jamaican cooking in Forth Worth, at a place the locals have fallen in love with.
Guy Fieri checks out some beloved local places: in California, a Puerto Rican restaurant serving an adobo steak sandwich, and in Portland, a family-owned meat market and deli where they're making hot dogs from scratch.
Guy Fieri stops in Seattle, where a Southern chef brings fried chicken and fried green tomatoes to the Northwest. In Arizona, a classical musician serves up the recipes he learned while living in Italy.
Guy Fieri checks out some classics from coast to coast. In Portland, a neighbourhood restaurant makes Southern-style biscuits with everything on them. In Texas, a roadside joint puts some heat in their standards like their chipotle rib eye.
Guy Fieri rolls in for a world of flavour. In Phoenix, there's a joint where five sisters are cranking out authentic Mexican tacos. And in San Francisco, a little Italian place makes grandpa's bolognese and clams with linguine.
Starting with classic cinnamon sticky buns, Anna shares her secrets on baking the perfect bun. She then bakes a British-style Chelsea loaf, filled with dried and candied fruit. Next are banana walnut buns with white chocolate frosting.
Anna starts with the classic dark chocolate mousse before making individual frozen desserts with a hint of mint: milk chocolate mousse semifreddos and then she creates a showcase dessert with cranberry: white chocolate mousse tart.
It's a tale of two dinners at the Drummond Ranch - one for the kids and one for the grown-ups. The kids are tucking into baked ziti, while Ree makes rib eye steaks with cowboy butter.
Ree's daughter is hosting a movie night, so Ree's whipping up a Roman-inspired menu to go with Julius Caesar including supreme pizza lasagna, Julius Caesar salad and Neopolitan ice cream.
Theo Randall brings the taste of Italy to the 12 Chefs Kitchen, showcasing his great Christmas Day alternative - roast red partridge with Savoy cabbage and pancetta.
Lotte Duncan has a festive starter served straight from the fridge, a tasty pork and chestnut terrine. Meanwhile mulled pear and sticky ginger cake is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds.
Reza Mohammed joins Jeni for a spicy Christmas. Reza’s spatchcock quail with jewelled rice and spiced blinis with smoked salmon are sure to be crowd pleasers!
Chef Andy Bates joins Jeni for all the party recipes you’ll need like festive dips, halibut with mussels and langoustine and an ultimate bacon sandwich as a Christmas pick-me-up for the morning after.
Ina's in Brooklyn checking out the classics. First, the deli where chopped liver with a twist is made and then she makes Bratwurst at Prime Meats Restaurant. Back home Ina tries her hand at French flageolet beans.
Ina's cooking at two fabulous restaurants, learning the secret to oyster pan roast and Uni butter crostini. Even Jeffrey's getting a cheese making course at Beecher's handmade cheese.
Jamie Oliver cooks Asian sea bass, sticky rice and dressed greens, plus chorizo carbonara and Catalan market salad.
This time the meals cooked up in a quarter of an hour are sausage gnocchi, warm kale and bean salad, plus Mexican chicken, wicked mole sauce, veg and rice.
Eight bakers have to put their best cookie forward in the first two challenges. First they make their best holiday cookie using an assigned baking tool, and in the next challenge, they must use holiday ingredients.
This trip, Guy's hitting up all kinds of killer joints, from classic Italian to modern Americana. In Long Beach, California, the artistic chef serving up signature veggie sammies and a spin on pig and grits.
This trip, Guy's getting a taste of every meal from dawn to dusk. In Wilson, Wyoming, the log cabin-turned restaurant cooking up a banana bread French toast mash-up and classic beef stroganoff.
Singer/songwriter/actor Richard Fleeshman brings a touch of family rivalry to the red and green kitchens today, cooking against his mother, actress Sue Jenkins. Ainsley Harriott introduces another classic 20 minute cooking challenge.
Jamie cooks chilli con carne meatballs, plus sticky kicking chicken, watermelon radish salad and crunchy noodles.
On the menu are flashy fish stew, saffron sauce and garlic bread, plus seared Asian beef, best noodle salad and ginger dressing.
Ina's taking everyday favourites and giving them the star treatment by adding one special ingredient. This is the ordinary made extraordinary - chocolate gelato lobster pot pie, served salad leaves coated with the perfect vinaigrette.
It's Ina and Jeffrey's 40th wedding anniversary and Ina is sharing her secrets on the perfect romantic meal. On the menu - Campari cocktail, Italian wedding soup, brownie pie and anniversary surprises for both Ina and Jeffery.
Boss Man Joe decides to hold a family meeting to assess the state of Freedom Farms. New titles and new responsibilities are handed out, but one of the Kings isn't on board with the new plan.
Guy's visiting restaurants with a definitive direction. In New York, he samples spicy chicken wiggies and duck and cheese pizza. With deep fried pickles on the menu in North Carolina.
Guy's honing in on spots doing it differently. In New York, he visits a basement joint rockin' out waffles with their fried chicken, and with a full blown Thanksgiving dinner.
Adam visits the Windy City to chow down on Chi-town-style deep-dish pizza.
Adam grabs a mouthwatering sandwich from the famed Primanti Brothers.
When Chef Chai, owner of his namesake restaurant in Honolulu, notices multiple ticket voids, he contacts Charles Stiles for help. Mystery Diners go undercover to see if his staff is making honest mistakes or committing foul play.
Kristian, owner of Tavern on Main, fears someone on his staff is stealing donations from his restaurant's annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. Charles Stiles sends in Mystery Diners to see if any employees are taking instead of giving.