This trip, Guy's teaming up with local legends. Outside Baltimore, Guy and Super Bowl champ Joe Theismann head to the kitchen for all types of tacos.
Guy's cruising down the path less travelled. In Dallas, he turns Tex-Mex into Mex-Tex, with savoury soups. In Baltimore, local baker Duff Goldman stops by to seek out the secrets of the square pizza.
In Plains, Montana, chef Robert Irvine may have met one of the most clueless owners he's encountered at Heather's Country Kitchen.
Jimmy, owner of Rockabillies, is concerned about a dip in sales, especially during his vintage car show. Charles Stiles sends in Mystery Diners who discover that his staff is breaking multiple rules.
After noticing register errors, the owner of Black Rose Tavern fears someone is stealing. Charles Stiles sends in Mystery Diners who discover someone is using her charity for their own profit.
Ina's firing up the grill for the ultimate guide to grilling, with some of her favourite recipes: surf and turf is covered with Tuscan lemon chicken, Indonesian grilled swordfish and sliders.
Ina shares her foolproof cocktail party recipes as she hosts a fundraiser. Recipes include caramelised bacon, potato basil frittata squares, and roasted shrimp with green goddess dressing.
Ina hosts an Italian-themed dinner party. There's parmesan crisps, Rossinis, white bean and rocket salad, balsamic roasted beef, parmesan fennel gratin and for dessert, Limoncello and ice cream.
Ina's throwing a housewarming party for a new colleague. There's corn and avocado salad, roasted summer vegetables and tequila citrus chicken as well as tips for putting together a cheese platter.
Pastry Chef Anna Olson demonstrates how to make three different styles of this impressive dessert. She starts simple and finishes off with grand bakeshop style dessert.
Pastry Chef Anna Olson loves baking country breads. She shows us how to make three different and delicious styles and will have you baking your own country bread in no time.
Anna Olson auctions off her lunch-cooking services at a lakeside home.
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.
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.
Matt cooks a luxurious seafood risotto and Lisa’s out and about visiting chefs for their favourite festive treats; Spanish chef Omar Allibhoy creates a special Christmas sangria whilst Levi Roots makes affogato Jamaican style.
Traditionalists beware, roast turkey and plum pudding are not on the menu - today it’s alternative festive food. First up - Matt and Lisa cook a fantastic beef wellington with silky Madeira sauce.
This is all about what professional cooks make at home when they're off the clock. Fantastic, quick and easy recipes and top tips from the chefs for us to try at home. Ina will be cooking with cookbook writer and caterer Julia Turshen.
Ina shares a collection of restaurant-inspired dishes to cook at home. Ina cooks with Frank Pellegrino for the famous Rao's restaurant, and gets insider information from the best kitchens in America.
Jamie cooks Swedish meatballs, celeriac and spinach rice, plus pasta pesto, garlic and rosemary chicken.
On the menu in this edition are green tea salmon, coconut rice and miso greens, plus modern greek salad and spinach, chickpea and feta parcels.
It's finals on Great British Menu as the eight champions battle for a chance to cook at a glorious banquet. Today it’s the battle for the fish course, and the judges are joined by WI president, Kristy Bowen.
Ree Drummond's spilling the beans on her favourite comfort food. There are culinary hugs from chicken and dumplings, quesadillas with shrimp and peppers, pasta with tomato cream sauce and cinnamon toast.
Ree Drummond and her daughters are going on a university tour. So, she's stocking the fridge and freezer for the guys with a breakfast burrito kit, pasta alla Ladd, chipotle ranch dressing for raw veggies and cookies and cream cups.
'Clash of the Grandmas' star Norma Zager joins Bobby Deen to lend her expertise to the remaining eight bakers as they make cookies and pies in a Thanksgiving-themed competition.
The junior chefs are put to the test by judges Chris Santos, actress Ali Larter and Food Network Star contestant Arnold Myint. The first round features boar and is anything but boring when plans fall apart for one of the competitors.
Adam heads to Richmond, Virginia. He visits Buz and Ned's for the best BBQ Richmond has to offer, then visits the Black Sheep where the sandwiches are so big, they're not subs – they're battleships!
Adam Richman is in Long Island, New York, for a massive plate of Italian food, a colossal gelato sundae and the Davey Jones' Locker Challenge at Port Royal Grille.
This edition's recipes are grilled steak, ratatouille and saffron rice, plus blackened chicken, and San Fran quinoa salad.
Jamie rustles up pork steaks, Hungarian pepper sauce and rice, plus killer kedgeree, beans, greens and chilli yoghurt.
Guy is firing up meaty meals and veggie specialties when he visits a funky spot and a vegan joint in California, then heads to a carnivore's paradise in Florida.
Guy's hitting culinary hot spots in South Beach, Florida, like a real-deal taqueria, an authentic German joint and a poolside oasis.
Guy's getting ready for Turkey Day! In Princeton, New Jersey, Rev Run jumps in for crepes, a New Hampshire cafe cooks up terrific turkey meatloaf and Guy finds the spirit of the season in Louisville at a 'pay-what-you-can' joint.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is checking out fried bologna and veggie burgers in Louisville, KY, and brunch staples at a diner-restaurant mashup in Portland, Oregon.
Pat closed the doors on the Brookside Grill due to problems with his former partner. Now, he's tempting fate to re-open the Grill with new partners. Willie Degel must re-ignite the Brookside Grill.
Danny and his son Danny Jr own the Star Cafe and Star Coaches in Atlanta. They are concerned about missing food in their kitchen and a rise in fuel expenses on their tour buses.
After noticing missing food and merchandise, the owners of Epic Rollertainment in Murrieta, California, contact Charles for help.