Guy checks out a funky fusion joint serving up unique burritos. In Beaverdale, a southern spot's cooking up all the classics. In Atlantic City, a husband/wife duo dishes out soul food standouts.
Guy Fieri's taking a tasty tour through Tuscany in Italy. In Montecatini Alto, a hillside seafood spot serves up a squid ink specialty and a Mediterranean prawn-artichoke mashup.
Willie helps out Melissa, mother and owner of The Pepper Jack Grill in N.Y. Melissa treats her staff like family, and like any family, they bring the dysfunction. If Willie can’t help her, she may soon have no choice but close up shop.
Fearing that his regular customers have become too entitled, Larry asks Charles Stiles to investigate. Mystery Diners go undercover and discover an employee may be creating the problem.
The Toad Tavern owners need to know if their son's band is more focused on their aspirations than their jobs in the restaurant. Enter Mystery Diners who find another employee may be ripping them off.
As a thank-you lunch for the architects who helped Ina build her new kitchen, she makes fun iced shortbread place settings, cool Californian iced tea, grapefruit and avocado salad and lobster paella.
Ina's having a BBQ dinner for an alfresco party. The menu includes delicious East Hampton clam chowder, sizzling blue cheese burgers and make-yourself chocolate and vanilla sundaes.
It's a trip down memory lane for Ina who's rustling up a day of fabulous food for Jeffrey. She makes steak sandwiches with sautéed onions and mustard mayo, peanut swirl brownies and eggplant gratin they ate on their first holiday in France.
Ina makes a fabulous breakfast of roasted asparagus with scrambled eggs for Jeffrey. Then some frozen pineapple margaritas, Mexican chicken soup and a delicious chocolate orange fondue.
Anna prepares basic puff pastry dough and then makes three individual puff pastry tarts: apricot vol-au-vent, salted caramel pear tart and s'mores tart. Later she creates a classic French dessert: chocolate hazelnut Napoleon.
Anna starts with the basics: classic Parker House rolls. Then she bakes a sweet version and the biggest challenge yet, but worth the extra effort: hot cross buns. Then Anna teaches viewers a simple way to make their own homemade butter.
Can Ezra and Julie come to the rescue of a farm mum with ten kids who won't eat vegetables, by hiding the vegetables in amongst other food types?
Three generations of Drummonds are gathering at the lodge for Sunday brunch after church. Ree's planned a spectacular menu featuring a glorious baked glazed ham.
It's a home schooling day on the ranch and Ree is running both the classroom and the cafeteria. For breakfast, there are muffins with vanilla butter.
Ladd's grandmother Edna Mae is turning 89, so Ree and the kids are surprising her with a beautiful birthday surprise of all her favourite foods, including roast chicken.
It's a Drummond sleepover at the lodge and Ree's making a finger food feast of crispy chicken strips, sweet potato fries, honey mustard dip and fruit pizzas.
Giada De Laurentiis is always on the hunt for the perfect corn muffin - perfectly light, fluffy and packed with flavour.
Giada De Laurentiis prepares a festive spring luncheon based on fresh ingredients that celebrate the season.
Jeffrey is going back to school after a long holiday, so Ina Garten prepares an alfresco dinner of Moroccan grilled lamb chops, couscous with pine nuts and mint, and roasted vine tomatoes.
Ina is teaching Dinner Party 101 to her great friend, actress Debra Monk. The foolproof meal plan includes roast chicken with bread and rocket salad, a stunning easy cheese board, tri-berry crumbles and a table-setting tutorial.
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.
Dave and Si's challenge is to reinvent their favourite family meals and by cooking cleverly. They set out to tackle a slimline cooked breakfast as they're determined to find a way to deliver a fry-up without damaging their waistlines.
Ree's sons are American football crazy, so when their friends come over to compare fantasy teams, Ree's on hand to cook their favourite foods: kicked-up spicy wings, make-ahead sandwich rolls, a potato skins bar and salted pretzel brownies.
Ree gives the lowdown on how her life and food change during different seasons on the ranch. She makes red wine pot roast, chicken tacos with strawberry salsa, roasted beet and goat cheese salad, and carrot and squash curry soup.
Giada De Laurentiis takes inspiration from L.A.'s great Mexican food.
Giada De Laurentiis shares three amazing recipes with America's favourite fruit.
Three of London and the South East's superstar chefs - returning contender Adam Simmonds, Michelin-starred newcomer Tom Sellers and his former boss Adam Byatt - attempt to dazzle the mystery judge with their starter courses.
The London and South East chefs - returning contender Adam Simmonds, Michelin-starred newcomer Tom Sellers and his former boss Adam Byatt - continue their battle for the chance to cook at a banquet marking the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
Jamie cooks grilled tuna, kinda Nicoise salad, Thai chicken laksa and mildly-spiced noodle squash broth.
On the menu today are quick lamb tagine, pan-fried aubergine and cumin crunch, plus crispy polenta chicken caesar salad.
Si King and Dave Myers, the Hairy Bikers, are on a mission to make less of themselves, by around two and a half stone each, in just over three months. This episode sees them taking on takeaway food.
This trip, Guy's checking out some tried and true local faves. In Kansas City, Missouri, the neighbourhood favourite killin' it with their scratch-made standouts like pork hash with black beans.
Guy's headed south of the border to Mexico. In San Lucas he visits the taco joint that's turning out totally fresh octopus tacos and Guadalajaran-inspired sauces that'll knock your socks off.
Guy dives into beef and barbecue in Florida and California, including an authentic Vietnamese spot serving up phenomenal pho and a smokin' barbecue joint where they're even putting their 'cue into lasagna.
Guy hits the road looking for the best chicken dinners and finds a rocker mum's favourite chicken, fried Thai wings and a California hot dog spot with unique chicken and waffles.
Joe, the owner of The Venetian Grille, took over the family restaurant eight years ago. Willie discovers that unprofessional staff are just one of the problems that the struggling eatery faces.
When Adam is concerned that meat sales aren't being reflected in his register, he calls Charles. The Mystery Diners discover that the manager is doing a lot more than just giving away free steak.
After receiving multiple complaints about theft and inappropriate touching during his monthly 'Dining in the Dark' event, Hernan, the owner of Catharsis in Miami contacts Charles for help.