Guy's going from one end of Massachusetts to the other, filling up the tank with stuffed specialties. In Boston, one corner joint is serving up a seafood feast straight out of Italy.
Guy's making stops up and down the east coast for some home cooking. In Massachusetts, he visits the Southern comfort joint serving up all kinds of twists on the classics, like the confit pork belly corn dog.
Robert Irvine's just outside of San Francisco, where he's on a mission to save Estrada's. This Mexican restaurant has been a staple in Daly City for 96 years.
Fearing that someone on his staff is using restaurant supplies to operate a competing catering company, Lenny, the owner of Cookin' with Lenny Smokehouse in Los Angeles, contacts Charles Stiles for help.
The owners of Fenders Moto Cafe and Brew Pub in Portland, Oregon, call Charles Stiles when they notice some of their valuable motorcycle memorabilia has gone missing. The Mystery Diners find out if any employees are responsible.
Ina prepares her incredible make-ahead frozen mocha mousse, shortcut French apple galettes, easy balsamic strawberries, fruit salad with Limoncello, Eton Mess and delicious skillet brownies.
Ina's friend Valerie has just moved into a new house and Ina is cooking her a housewarming dinner. This will be a delicious home cooked meal served right from the cook top.
Ina makes a Jewish inspired meal for Jeffrey's Friday night home-coming dinner. Recipes include: chopped liver, brisket, spinach with garlic and ruggelach.
Ina makes a French film inspired meal for her movie night including chicken with garlic cloves, Moroccan couscous and for a sweet finish: ice cream bomb.
Pastry Chef Anna Olson shares three of her favourite recipes for cream pie. These desserts are silky, sweet and just as important as fruit pies in a pastry kitchen.
Pastry Chef Anna Olson shows us how to make three of her favourite savoury breads. Anna might love her sweet treats, but she loves her savoury ones too!
Anna celebrates the opening of her new fine food store, Hors D’Oeuvres. She makes a ham white pizza with spelt crust, truffled white bean salad in patty pan cups, smoked trout mousse on buckwheat blinis, and blueberry tiramisu tarts.
Ree holds a slumber party for Paige and her four very best friends. There's cinnamon baked French toast, prairie sushi and kid-friendly pasta salad. Afterwards, they decorate hand cookies, the perfect way to end their day of prairie adventures.
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.
It's fiesta time on the ranch, where Ree's creating a truly classic Mexican feast with tequila lime chicken, refried black beans, Mexican rice casserole and all the yummy fixings.
With the boys away, it's quality time for the cowgirls! There's a beautiful veggie-packed pasta primavera for lunch. Dinner is a Drummond crowd-pleaser, perfect bacon cheeseburgers and perfect French fries.
James Martin invites his celebrity friends around for a Christmas cooking wonderful festive recipes and guides Food Network viewers through the holiday season, with everything they need to know to make sure it’s a Christmas to remember!
After making tomato crostini and whipped feta for lunch, Ina learns the secrets of Thomas Keller's buttermilk fried chicken. For cocktail time, will Ina have the Napa spritz or the basil gimlet?
Ina's shaking up the classics turning San Francisco lobster into a deconstructed lobster salad with lemon mayonnaise. At the Auberge du Soleil, Ina learns to make their signature Tarte au Chocolat.
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.
The banquet is finally here. It’s the culmination of months of hard work as the winning chefs strive to plate up perfect dishes for the ladies of the Women’s Institute, at London’s Draper’s Hall where pioneers of the WI once gathered.
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.
Who doesn't love surprises, especially during the holidays? The bakers must whip up a dessert inspired by an ugly Christmas jumper, and then they have to create edible gift boxes filled with a bevy of treats.
The young chefs have a chance to get messy with sloppy joes in round one. A red pesto and some white turnips keep things interesting in the entree round, then a yummy bacon apple pie is found in the dessert basket.
Adam Richman is in Syracuse, New York, for barbecue and frittata.
Adam visits the land of lighthouses and lobsters: Portland, Maine.
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.
Guy's food radar is all over the map. On the east coast of Oahu, Hawaii, he stops by the general store crankin' out traditional Hawaiian dishes like lau lau stew.
Guy's headin' to some joints going all-in on some classic comfort foods. In Chicago, he visits a burger joint with Asian flair proudly serving all things umami.
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty join forces at their end-of-the-pier caff to make top feasts for the weekend. In this episode, Chris Moyles cooks an authentic New York-style pizza. Jamie mashes up a roast and a curry.
One of the first things Willie Degel discovers at the Mt. Ivy Café in Pomona, New York, is that the restaurant's problems may not be with the staff, but with the owner. Is it too late to stop the decline?
After receiving several customer complaints about her meal delivery service, Cynthia contacts Charles Stiles for help. He sends in Mystery Diners Patrick and Hal, who uncover a bigger problem inside her kitchen.
Luca asks Charles for help after his customers find food inside the factory-sealed appliances they just purchased. Mystery Diner Jamie goes undercover and discovers a large-scale operation.