Guy Fieri is hittin' up some spots putting their heart and soul into everything they do. In Carlsbad, California, the family-owned Italian joint staying true to a long-standing ravioli recipe.
This trip, Guy Fieri is stopping by some joints that are keepin' it fresh. In San Francisco, the Venezuelan joint is servin' up a totally gluten free menu of authentic standbys like arepas and empanadas.
Paul's family has owned Paul's Bar & Bowling in Paterson, New Jersey, since 1929, but this neighbourhood staple has been on a downward spiral for the past eight years. Paul had no choice but to call in chef Robert Irvine for help.
When Lee, owner of Old Vinings Inn in Atlanta, hears rumours of unauthorised Civil War tours taking place inside his historical restaurant, he contacts Charles to investigate.
Uche, owner of The Anchor Bar and Tattoo in Atlanta, contacts Charles after noticing a drop in food and tattoo sales. Mystery Diners Meagen and Justin go undercover to see if the two problems are related.
Ina and Giada are cooking together for a day of fun and sharing. Ina's welcoming her friend with a lobster and potato salad lunch, then Giada's making mascarpone and lemon gnocchi with butter thyme sauce.
Ina and Tyler are baking a towering chocolate birthday cake for Tyler's son, then checking out the local farming scene to get chicken and vegetables for Tyler's fried chicken and Ina's winter slaw.
Ina and Michael Symon are cooking Greek today. Michael's doing smoked pork ribs on the grill, while Ina's got the sides sorted with easy tzatziki and spicy hummus, perfect on a mezze platter.
It's everything chocolate with Ina, from chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting, to deeply chocolate gelato, an easy chocolate orange fondue and white chocolate truffles.
Ree Drummond is confessing all about her life on a plate, from a fabulous retro beef stroganoff that she loved as a child of the 70's, to the pasta ai quattro formaggi that defined her student life in Los Angeles.
Ree's putting a breakfast spin on four dinners starting with sensational sausage kale strata, a real make-ahead wonder. Wild rice pancakes get flipped to dinnertime for the girls, while the boys enjoy breakfast quesadillas.
Ree's daughter Alex, and her best friends, are heading to college. While they have a dorm room craft day, Ree cooks up a Tex-Mex feast with juicy green chili chicken, spicy taco potatoes, a layered Mexican salad and key lime pie.
The guys are away, and so it's 24 hours of just Ree and the girls. She whips up a blueberry crumb cake for breakfast, and for dinner it's petite filets with wasabi cilantro cream, lobster mac and cheese and lemony broccolini.
The Kitchen crew is huddling up to get you prepped and ready for your big game bash. They've got fresh party-planning tips, and big ideas for use with a slow cooker, and two game-day dishes to wow the crowd.
Holiday dinner transforms into a jaw-dropping brunch at Bobby Flay's house. His festive menu features egg and ham empanadas with piquillo pepper sauce, cinnamon-maple-oat biscotti and red velvet hot chocolate.
Bobby Flay is getting in the holiday spirit with comforting dishes like baked chimichangas with smoky black beans and avocado-tomato-watercress salsa, fluffy pumpkin-ricotta pancakes and orange-cranberry margaritas.
Gordon prepares a spectacular set of Christmas dishes that include his recipe for the ultimate turkey, superb stuffing, perfectly cooked vegetables and a stunning Christmas dessert.
Kelsey Nixon helps her friend, swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen, host a festive holiday 'cookie swap' with a group of Chrissy's friends. We follow each guest home to get an inside look at the story behind each of the delicious cookies.
Jamie Oliver raises Christmas cooking to the next level with amazing recipes including cheeky cocktails, roast goose and a panettone treat.
Adam heads to San Diego, home to some of the most authentic taquerias in the country. There he heads to Lucha Libre Gourmet Taco Shop for a one-of-a-kind french-fry-stuffed surf and turf burrito.
Adam heads to Salt Lake City, Utah. Adam visits Crown Burgers, where he samples a delicious double cheeseburger topped with juicy pastrami. It's a unique burger that has become a city staple.
Adam heads to Cleveland, Ohio, where he visits the Westside Market's standout food stand, Steve's Gyros. The gyros are bursting with over two pounds of savoury spiced lamb and beef.
Adam Richman visits Phoenix, Arizona, for a two-foot-long, fully loaded hot dog.
Adam heads to Boulder, Colorado. He stops into Beau Jo's Pizza for a true Colorado original, Mountain Pie. With its mile-high crust and an avalanche of delicious toppings, this is pizza with altitude.
Adam heads to San Juan, Puerto Rico for some Caribbean cuisine. Adam visits Restaurante Raices for chuleta kan kan, an enormous pork chop that is marinated in Caribbean spices and deep-fried to perfection.
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.
Four university kids see if they can make the grade in the Chopped Kitchen. First, they must make something new using chicken and tomato soup. Next, they contend with a frozen side dish. Lastly, they'll work with a tropical fruit.
Paul returns to Cyprus, the island he called home for six years. He visits its capital city of Nicosia to show viewers the baking culture he knows intimately and loves dearly.
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.
The owner of Lenny's Deli in Los Angeles asks Charles to investigate a baker who he fears is taking license with cake orders. Mystery Diners Kiel and Kendall go undercover and discover an even bigger problem in the deli.
Willie comes to the aid of Rene, co-owner of Barzola Restaurant, who is struggling to make ends meet. Willie's surveillance uncovers the problems that may be dragging the restaurant down.
First-time restaurant owner Joe has run himself into the ground trying to keep Joe Broadway's Billiards & Sports Pub afloat. His staff are unprofessional, his chef is about to quit.