Adam Richman visits Coyote Bluff in Amarillo, Texas, a joint known for a burger so spicy it's dubbed the Burger From Hell.
Adam Richman comes to the Windy City to chow down on Italian beef, sandwiches, and deep-dish pizza.
Adam samples the fare of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, including Deluca's breakfast burrito, and takes on the Quaker steak and Lube’s Atomic Hot Wings Challenge.
Adam Richman visits Atlanta, Georgia. His first stop is Chicken & Waffles, opened by music legends Ron Winans and Gladys Knight in 1997. Then on to his old haunt, The Vortex Bar and Grill.
Adam heads to Beantown for the East Coast Grill's Hell Night, a super-spicy feast where they serve some of the hottest foods on earth.
Adam’s quest takes him to New York City to take on the offerings of Katz’s Delicatessen, then it’s on to Sylvia’s Restaurant and its world famous fried chicken and waffles.
It's all about comfort food as Ina cooks up modern day comfort classics. Helping her is New York caterer Mary Giuliani, famous for her miniature grilled cheese sandwich canapés, plus there's French toast bread pudding and seafood pot pie.
Ina surprises Jeffrey with a birthday party at a surprise location, historic building 'Home Sweet Home'.
Ina is working on an article about brunch. Local florist Michael Grimm creates a flower display, and there's baked blintzes with blueberry sauce, apricot butter, roasted hazelnut granola and a fruit platter.
It's school today for Ina as she plays both teacher and student. First there's a cookery class, with banana cake to frost and blueberry muffins to bake. Ina then asks the International Culinary Institute in NYC three cooking questions.
Ree Drummond's crazy for pasta and is whipping up four meals pronto. For a crowd pleaser, chicken mozzarella pasta, shrimp scampi for her and the girls, pasta puttanesca for a solo meal and quick shells and cheese for the boys.
Black beans are the center of Ree Drummond's menu today. They're fabulous with mango guacamole and divine in a taco pizza. They bulk up grilled veggie burritos and make a quick black bean burger.
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.
The Kitchen officially enters the holiday party zone with time saving tips and great recipes to get you prepared for the party season. Katie puts her Thanksgiving leftovers to good use with a delicious turkey gumbo.
Bobby Flay whips up a crowd-pleasing brunch of classically sweet dishes reimagined with savoury flavours, like stuffed French toast with gruyere, ham and cheese scones, a yoghurt bowl with savoury toppings and, to drink, a Verde Mary.
Bobby Flay serves the ultimate cocoa-filled brunch with decadent dishes like chocolate-drizzled scones, stuffed Mexican hot chocolate French toast, a chocolate peanut butter swirl smoothie and chocolate-hazelnut turnovers.
Matt and Lisa offer inspiration for a special Christmas Day feast. Matt’s recipe for roast turkey with spiced butter guarantees moist, flavoursome meat, and Lisa serves up a bitter chocolate and orange liqueur tart with honeycomb dust.
Fantastic festive food for when friends come to dinner. Matt and Lisa serve up glazed baked gammon with tangy pineapple chutney whilst chef Marcus Bean cooks a heartwarming herby lamb stew with buttered kale.
Gordon will prove that there’s so much more to Christmas food than turkey – he'll lead us through a wonderful array of alternative dishes from roast ham to a festive twist on his classic Beef Wellington.
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!
Guy's diggin' into all kinds of fantastic flavours. In Memphis, he visits a bar-turned-bistro offering low brow favourites like duck fried rice and Jack Daniels bread pudding.
This trip, Guy's on the road for some stellar food mashups. He visits the Filipino-inspired food truck hand pulling noodles for savoury dishes and washing it all down with a two-finger punch drink.
Guy's checking in on tasty joints run by food fanatics. In Memphis, he visits the chef-slash-farmer running a farm-to-table spot serving up a whole lot of classics from meatloaf to sloppy joes to catfish.
Guy's headed to the places where families rule. In Memphis, he visits a joint serving up some serious fried chicken.
Guy visits the summer shack servin' up clam cakes cooked in beef fat and scratch-made strawberry shortcake. In St Louis, the neighbourhood joint's putting the smoke on cheesefries and delicious duck.
This trip, Guy's grubbin' at some popular hangouts. In St Louis, the classic British pub cooking up gourmet grilled cheese and a porchetta masterpiece.
This trip, Guy's gettin' a taste of traditional recipes, with a kick. In Boston, a second generation lobster shack turning heads with cod cakes and lobster mac and cheese.
This trip, Guy's finding real deal authentic eats in unusual spots. In St Louis, the roadhouse serving up rice and beans, cajun potstickers and a pulled pork pasta.
Two chefs from Texas who love to get the barbecue going are featured in this episode. First, we meet Tom Spaulding, who serves classic Texas-style barbecue food at his restaurant, Live Oak.
Deep in the heart of Texas, Sandra Julian preserves the tradition of cowboy cuisine in her rustic chuck wagon, where she cooks her famous chicken fried steak.
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.
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.
AJ, owner of AJ's Burgers, can't seem to make ends meet, despite award-winning burgers and a commitment to pleasing his customers. Willie soon discovers the issues driving AJ into the poor house.
Willie meets Anthony and Toby, owners of struggling eatery Hot Rods Real Pit BBQ in Wharton. Willie soon finds that bad attitudes and a significant lack of training are among Hot Rod's problems.