This trip, Guy's hittin' up some joints that are authentic to the bone. In Portland, Oregon, the noodle house cranking out mum's recipes for all kinds of authentic Chinese dishes like won ton soup.
Guy's in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the cafe where a native Kenyan in the kitchen is serving up totally fresh fish, like island spiced banana leaf mahi mahi and a killer Caribbean goat stew.
In Portland, Dennis is owner of Uncle Andy's Diner by day, stand-up comedian by night. To Robert Irvine's frustration, Dennis spends more time telling jokes to his customers than paying attention to the quality of the food.
The Cake Girls in Chicago get an order for an extra special heart engagement cake for two of their biggest fans. Meanwhile, Chris gets an order for a rose panel wedding cake, which is to incorporate the special couple's colour scheme.
Ina's built a fabulous library at the barn and she says thanks to the team with fig and fennel caponata, an antipasto platter, Tuscan mashed chickpeas and mussels with saffron mayonnaise.
It's Ina's idea of a perfect day: While Jeffrey runs on the beach, she whips up raspberry muffins for breakfast. Then she heads to South Fork Kitchen to cook with chef Joe Isidori.
Ina's sharing all her cheats and shortcuts for effortless entertaining. On the menu are chili tortilla chips, slow roasted filet of beef with basil parmesan mayonnaise and truffled mashed potatoes.
Ina's friend Dwyer is on her way back from the city and she's going to get a fabulous birthday surprise: a fridge filled with Ina's home cooked Italian seafood salad and German chocolate cupcakes.
Anna starts with the classic New York cheesecake. Next she makes individual chocolate swirl cheesecakes. Anna shares the ultimate dessert for the cheesecake lover: velvety Key lime cheesecake.
Anna starts with delicious raspberry clafoutis, a classic French dessert that uses ground almond as a base rather than a traditional tart pastry. Next she makes a flourless pear and cranberry pie, an exquisite winter dessert.
Anna is cooking up her favourite potato dishes. She never forgets that potatoes, like other vegetables, have seasons of freshness – and low carb eating is out, so the spotlight's back on potatoes.
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.
Ree Drummond cooks up four of her favourite tasty treats to share with the people she loves. There's pumpkin cinnamon rolls, sticky sweet baklava, white chocolate shortbread cookies and chocolate-dipped strawberries.
Giada offers tips for pulling off the perfect Thanksgiving dinner from start to finish. She prepares modernised holiday dishes, including pumpkin alfredo lasagna rolls, crispy truffled turkey and caramelised apple semifreddo cake.
When Giada throws a Christmas party for her family, everyone brings a gift for the grab bag and a dish for the table. Food is served family style and includes roasted fennel, creamy lobster pasta and chocolate almond cheesecake.
Ina Garten's husband, Jeffrey, takes a pizza-making class and learns to make a white pizza, while Ina prepares a platter of rocket with prosciutto and burrata, and a limoncello ricotta cheesecake to go with it.
It's Friday, which means Jeffrey's coming home and it's chicken for dinner! Ina shakes things up with skillet-roasted lemon chicken with roasted broccolini, then follows with raspberry rhubarb crostata with ice cream for dessert.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. In this episode, he makes lasagne with roasted duck, the ultimate bacon sarnie, and Mexican huevos rancheros.
Jamie Oliver takes the nation's favourite dishes to the next level with reinvented classics and upgrades to British staples. In this episode, Jamie makes fish and chips with an Indian pale ale batter, as well as speedy crab linguine.
Ree prepares a care package to send to Alex, who is away at university. Packed alongside ranch photos to cure Alex's homesickness are brownie cookies, homemade cheddar crackers, spicy party mix and crazy chocolate bark.
Ree Drummond is sharing about the other men in her life, like her dad, brother, brother-in-law and father-in-law, and their favourite sweets.
Lisa Faulkner joins Jeni for a Christmas Eve supper. Lisa has her prawn Saganaki filo pies plus easy mince pies while mixologist Wayne Collins warms things up with his spiced hot coffee cocktail.
Matt Tebbutt joins Jeni with wine expert Peter Richards. Matt is cooking his brined roast turkey with all the trimmings and gravy. For Boxing Day leftovers Matt has a zesty Asian turkey salad recipe.
Giada hosts a holiday party for her girlfriends with indulgent desserts and sparkling cocktails. She creates orange mousse with ginger snap crumble, peppermint patty sandwich cookies and lemon hazelnut spritz cocktails.
Giada throws her daughter, Jade, a party where everyone gets to make their own gingerbread house. She serves kids' treats, including s'more popcorn, pizza grilled cheese, veggie forest with ranch dip and frozen hot chocolate affogatos.
The young competitors celebrate fried food in each round and whip up some deep-fried delights for the judges, chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Rebecca Lang, plus actor Zachary Quinto.
Adam heads to Baltimore, Maryland. Chap's Charcoal Restaurant is the best place to get pit beef, and is the home of The Raven - a pit beef sandwich topped with grilled turkey and corned beef.
Adam Richman's search for the country's best grub takes him to Washington DC, where his first stop is Ben's Chili Bowl. Ben's chili is amazing, whether by bowl or over fries, burgers, or the legendary half-smoke.
Jamie shows just how easy it is to cultivate amazing fruit and veg at home, and cooks three very different recipes to show the versatility of beans.
Jamie talks about how to grow onions, and uses them to make a fresh cheese and onion salad.
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.
In round one, the chefs are shocked to find a fun food wrapped in bacon. In round two, the competitors present pork and noodle dishes. Then, one chef is proud of a bold chance he took with a dessert, but will the judges agree?
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.
After realising how hard it is to start a new restaurant, the husband and wife owners of N'awlins Cafe, in New Orleans, contact Charles for advice.
Keith, the owner of Deanie's Seafood in New Orleans, is concerned that his manager is more focused on his amateur comedy career than managing the restaurant. The Mystery Diners step in to investigate.