Willie comes to the aid of Luis, a restauranteur on the verge of ruin. Willie needs to take the unfocused, unguided staff and turn them into the winning team that Louis and his mother desperately need.
Guy rolls out to some joints doing comfort food their way. In Arizona, a Paris-trained chef is doing ham steak with red eye gravy. In San Francisco, a pastry chef has folks lining up for chili cheddar cornbread and pumpkin oatmeal pancakes.
Guy's in Oklahoma City, and meets a couple doing soul food. In Dallas, a family home turned restaurant, where mum herself is still making tamales. And in LA, a Polish joint is serving the favourites, from pierogis to stuffed cabbage.
Guy Fieri rolls in for serious sandwiches. In Hollywood, a hoagie shop's making authentic Philly cheese steaks on homemade rolls. And in Chicago, there's a diner doing open-faced Thanksgiving dinner, and Sunday pot roast on a bun!
Guy Fieri drives in for fast food done right. In Houston, a joint's topping burgers with everything from fried eggs to mac and cheese. In Milwaukee, a corner café is putting a twist on classic Mexican - with duck tacos and perch.
Ina's friend Tess and her mother are coming to lunch, and Tess will be helping Ina make delicious crab cakes. Then lemon tart is turned into a meringue masterpiece.
Ina shares recipes for French onion soup with croutons, goat cheese tarts, tomato and fennel salad and chocolate orange mousse.
Ina makes a high energy snack for the volleyball teams and lunch for the spectators. Recipes include: curried chicken wraps, panzanella and peanut butter and jelly bars.
It's the Barefoot anniversary and Ina makes Barefoot classic recipes for her original team. Go down memory lane with BBQ ribs, potato salad, blue cheese coleslaw and chocolate ganache cup cakes.
Ree is celebrating Friendsgiving frontier-style with a turkey roulade rolled around sausage stuffing and a leek and potato casserole. She also gets adventurous with sides like boozy gravy, goats' cheese and a seasonal cocktail.
Ree's making chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes with gravy and a city girl tomato salad on the side, as well as Cowboy Breakfast sandwiches and Sunrise punch. It's going to be a mouthwatering feast of fabulous food and fun.
It's Todd's seventh birthday and the baby cowboy gets treated to lemon blueberry pancakes for breakfast, then it's a day of keeping mum as Ree conjures up a country birthday feast of macaroni cheese and juicy sliders with a toppings bar.
When the guys are away eating steak and potatoes, Ree will be throwing a cowgirl's dinner the guys would hate with elegant, sophisticated goat cheese with dill appetisers, chilled sangria, and a hip fig, prosciutto and rocket pizza.
For this Globe cake, Robin wishes that the world really was flat. A cake for a California couple proves that opposites attract.
For a New Year's wedding, Robin makes a cake to chime at midnight. Christopher designs a high-top trainer and an elegant pump. Ohio pulls out all the stops with enough bling to light up the reception.
Christopher designs a towering cake of burgundy and gold with hundreds of flowers. A Moroccan cake features 24-karat gold. Robin at Gateaux Inc creates a lovable possum for a groom's cake.
White Flower designs an art deco wedding cake, Christopher Garren creates an opulent Versailles-inspired wedding cake and Robin at Gateaux Inc takes on a baseball and lingerie bridal shower cake.
A ‘Tale of 3 Cities’ cake depicts the skylines of NY, LA and Minneapolis. Plus, a cake inspired by a holiday theme and neatly wrapped gifts in Ohio.
White Flower Cake Shoppe creates a Tower of Pisa engagement cake. Plus, Chris Garren’s bakery creates a classy 'aerospace' cake for a couple who works for NASA.
Guy Fieri's checking out some killer cuisine spanning three different continents. In Denver, he scoffs down some Indian and Brazilian specialties. Then, in Atlanta, he finds time for some good old American comfort food: meat sandwiches.
Guy's digging into some irresistible comfort food. In Atlanta, he finds a joint cooking up chicken and biscuits and house-cured lox. Across town, a twin-brother team is firing up Southern grub like brisket burgers and chicken-fried ribs.
Guy's celebrating homeland favourites from all kinds of diverse cultures. In Minnesota, he finds a Mexican restaurant-market combo dishing out tasty tacos al pastor and carnitas tamales. In Denver, he enjoys a unique dessert specialty.
Guy's checking out some righteous spots. In Colorado, an NFL pro and Triple-D alum team up on green chilli and mile-high burgers. Then, in Massachusetts, Guy munches on some perfect pickle chips and a savoury scone sandwich.
Guy's diving into beef heaven. In Minneapolis, a neighbourhood gastropub is serving up delicious sandwiches piled with steak and braised beef. In Atlanta, a Jewish deli is putting out a fish specialty alongside killer pastrami hash.
Guy's digging into some dynamite dishes! In Denver, an Argentinian joint is serving up some beef empanadas and a veggie tart specialty. And in Massachusetts, a homestyle spot is dishing out a righteous Tex-Mex breakfast.
On this trip, Guy Fieri visits Atlanta, Minneapolis and Massachusetts to find grub that doesn't require a knife and fork.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is living it up in London and digging into a real-deal regional feast.
Paul visits the historic Sicilian capital of Palermo and discovers its rich street culture. He explores Arabic influenced food markets selling local specialities and learns the secret of making perfect, crispy and creamy cannoli.
Alton Brown tests the remaining chefs' creativity by having them pare down their ingredients. Judges Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and Ching-He Huang determine which elite competitor moves forward to the finale.
When Tony's not blissfully sampling some of the new and thrilling culinary innovations that are emerging in the city, he explores the vibrant ethnic neighbourhood for Kurdish food, and later hunts for a duck press.
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.