Guy's traveling up and down the west coast searching for funky joints. In Portland, a husband and wife team are cranking out good ol' Americana with dishes like corned beef hash and chipped beef.
Guy's signing up for a meat-crazed masterclass. In Portland, the craft-cooking family joint with a chef who butchers, cures, preserves and smokes everything in-house.
The Pomona Golf and Country Club in Egg Harbor City, New Jersey, is a nine-hole golf course and clubhouse that has been run by three cousins for the past decade. Robert Irvine must come up with a new business plan to save it from the trap.
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.
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.
Ina is writing an article for Food Network magazine, and it's all about cheese. There's a photo shoot in her garden with the magazine followed by recipes. Whether it's cooked, raw, soft, hard or blue, Ina's got cheese covered.
It's a trip down memory lane for Ina and Jeffrey. The day kicks off with a fabulous breakfast, then armed with a packed lunch, it's off to Brooklyn for a culinary tour, including a visit to the best pizza place in Brooklyn.
Ina enjoys a California trip with an invitation to cook baked goat's cheese. Then, it's a casual Napa-style supper with Jeffrey's grilled pork chops served with green beans gremolata.
Anna prepares a variety of cakes made with vegetables. She starts with courgette orange loaf, then she tackles arguably the most popular of veggie cakes: carrot cake with cream cheese frosting.
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 Olson prepares a huge buffet feast for her friends and family before a wine festival parade.
Ree Drummond and her sister-in-law are throwing a big engagement bash for her friend. There are irresistible appetisers and prime rib on the menu. Then there's glasses of fizz to toast the future Mr. and Mrs.
The boys and their friends fix up a man cave on the ranch, while Ree Drummond feeds them as they remodel. There are chicken bacon ranch paninis for lunch, steak fingers and gravy with a mini chopped salad and crazy brownies for dinner.
Ree Drummond and Charlie, the Drummonds' Basset Hound, have been invited to a pet parade and potluck picnic. Ree's making roasted lemon chicken legs, Mexican macaroni salad, watermelon pico de gallo and brown sugar oatmeal cookies.
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.
Giada hosts a pre-Christmas party for kids, but grown-ups are invited too! Festivities include a holiday sing-along and kid-friendly menu with cheesy chicken flautas, veggie noodle salad and apple pie soda a la mode.
It's Christmas dinner at Giada De Laurentiis' home, and Giada celebrates with a beautiful sit-down dinner and several dishes that can be made in advance, including a stuffed tricolore pork loin and white brownie ice cream cake.
Ina shares professional tips for chocolate. Recipes include chocolate ganache cake, chocolate crème brûlée, peanut rocky road bark and frozen hot chocolate.
Ina, the queen of roasted vegetables, spills the beans on how to roast like a pro. Recipes include butternut squash hummus, roasted vegetable paella, roast potato and fennel soup, and Parmesan roasted cauliflower.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. In this episode, Jamie presents a fantastic steak and onion sandwich, and ossobucco.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. In this episode, Jamie cooks chicken Kiev, shepherd's pie and spaghetti vongole.
While the cowboys work, Ree Drummond makes homemade takeout for lunch, with Tex-Mex fried rice and cowboy chopped salad. For dinner, it's smothered pork chops with smashed red potatoes and sliced tomatoes, a favourite fast supper.
With the house to herself, Ree whips up her favourite eats: overnight oatmeal, lamb chops with mint, sautéed green beans with lemon and blue cheese, baked sweet potato with cream and mint, and dulce de leche coffee.
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.
Giada gets her guests in the holiday spirit by serving autumn-inspired food, including chai chocolate truffles, white velvet soup, spicy cocktail puffs and jam cocktails. Then she sends everyone home with a holiday survival kit.
Giada honours her friends this Thanksgiving with a cocktail-style dinner. All the dishes are appetiser versions of holiday classics, including stuffing arancini, turkey Waldorf bites, charred Brussels sprouts crostini and a mulled cosmo.
Chef Amanda Freitag, YouTube star Harley Morenstein and actress Anika Noni Rose preside over an all-pizza competition! Three courses of pizza begin with appetisers comprised of exotic looking mushrooms and a creamy Italian sauce.
Adam Richman heads to Springfield, Illinois. At D'Arcy's Pint, he gets to sample a local favourite called the 'Horseshoe', a huge sandwich covered in French fries and drenched in melted cheese.
Adam Richman combines his love of food with America's other great pastime: baseball. He visits GCS Stadium in Sauget, Illinois, where there's no greater ballpark feast than the bacon cheeseburger-donut combo.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. In this episode, Jamie cooks a hearty fish pie, makes gnudi - like gnocchi, and bakes hummingbird cake.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. Jamie presents his version of ham, egg and chips, the chicken kebab, and a three-tiered chocolate cake.
This trip Guy Fieri is pullin' in for a mishmash of comfort food. In Philadelphia, the low country joint dishing out unique North African chicken and sour cream pound cake.
This trip, Guy Fieri is heading to San Diego for some favourites, old and new. In Ocean Beach, California, Guy's hittin' up a legendary surfer spot for some righteous burgers with an old buddy.
Guy Fieri hunts down all kinds of meaty favourites, starting with an Irish pub's cottage pie in Louisville. Then he grabs Asian-barbecue fusion and burgers with toppings like pimento cheese at two stops in North Carolina.
Guy heads to Cancun, Mexico, to dig into cuisine at places like an authentic, family-owned spot where grandma is cooking up rellenos and killer chicharron gorditas. Then, get an inside look at Guy's Playa del Carmen restaurant.
Willie helps Mohammad, owner of Shiraz Persian Restaurant, who has already been forced out of business twice before. But Willie discovers that there may be more problems at Shiraz than even he can fix.
When Stephanie and D-Rock, owners of Cheeseburger Baby in Miami, notice a discrepancy in their register, they suspect an ex-convict employee is stealing from them.
The namesake owner of George's Restaurant in Miami wants both his customers and his employees to have a good time. But when he notices a dramatic loss in revenue, he contacts Charles to investigate.