Guy stops in small towns to dig in to big-time eats. In Raymond, NH, a butchery cranks out scratch-made corn dogs. In Rocky Hill, NJ, a 1700s inn-turned-gastropub dishes out a tomato twist on burgers and a spin on disco fries.
This trip, Guy's going coast-to-coast discovering righteous flavours in Oregon and New Hampshire. Check out an octopus dish and classic biscuits and gravy in Portland, Oregon, then head to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, for pork belly tacos.
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.
Byron, owner of B-Man's Teriyaki and Burgers in Pasadena, California, becomes suspicious when he notices a drop in customers. Charles sends in Mystery Diners Kiel and Eliot, who uncover a problem with the drive-thru staff.
After noticing lacklustre dinner sales and a dip in bottle service, Freddy and Abdi of Supperclub in LA need help. The Mystery Diners discover that the staff is using a street vendor to line their pockets.
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.
Ina entertains her serious foodie friends Devon Fredericks and Eli Zabar with a breakfast bash. The pressure is on as Ina creates a buffet of potato pancetta frittata, overnight Belgian waffles and a fresh fruit platter.
It's a weekend of photos, fun and style as Ina's friend, photographer Miguel, comes to visit. For his arrival, she makes spicy hermit bars, followed by the next day's lunch of courgette and goat cheese tart, and tomato carpaccio.
Pastry chef Anna Olson shares her secrets behind making delicious mouth-watering flourless cookies. She bakes up three different styles without the use of traditional wheat flour.
Pastry chef Anna Olson loves crackers. She bakes up three different and delicious styles, demonstrating crackers are anything but ordinary.
This episode is all about creating meals based on preserved foods. Anna starts with her super pork burgers before she gets ready preserving her fabulous toppings: chilli sauce and pickled green tomatoes. For dessert, tiramisu pudding.
Ree Drummond shares some great ideas for simple, minimal-prep dorm room food made with basic tools.
Ree Drummond is stocking the fridge with some make-ahead dishes for a cocktail party.
It's a few days before Christmas, and Ree is making Christmas goodies to give as gifts. She whips up homemade gumdrops, Christmas cherries, pretzel turtles, cayenne cheese straws and sweet spicy smoky roasted almonds.
It's Ree Drummond and her husband Ladd's anniversary, so to celebrate she's cooking a meal for the whole family. She prepares a Colorado wedge salad, prime rib for five with chimichurri and rustic country bread with honey butter.
After a morning spent at an adoption event for homeless animals, Valerie Bertinelli uses new and old family recipes to throw a sparkling cocktail party for her fellow volunteers.
Valerie invites her family over for rugby, fun and lots of food, Cajun-style. She serves her quickest gumbo ever, alongside a fresh spring salad. Then, Valerie pays tribute to her father-in-law with her take on a Sicilian love cake.
Food writer and chef Anjum Anand travels to Liverpool and meets a charity worker who wants to be able to cook authentic Indian food on her stall in the city's biggest farmers' market in a bid to raise money.
Anjum Anand tours Leicester's Gujarati community to source the best ingredients for a lamb curry with fenugreek dumplings, which she helps rugby player Michael Scott prepare for his teammates.
On the menu is crispy Parma pork, minted courgettes and brown rice, plus grilled mushroom sub, smoky pancetta, melted cheese and pears.
Jamie cooks sizzling chicken fajitas, grilled peppers, salsa, rice and beans, and prawn cocktail, king prawns and sundried pan bread.
Valerie celebrates her casual California cuisine with a backyard barbecue inspired by a trip to the farmers' market. She whips up salsa and guacamole, roasted corn salad, a margarita with jalapeno and ginger, and barbecue chicken kebabs.
Valerie invites her family over for dinner, and since they all like different things, DIY personal pizzas with homemade pizza dough are sure to hit the spot! With kale chips as a starter, there is something for everyone on Valerie's menu.
Ree tests delicious ideas for kitchen hacks to up her breakfast game. Recipes include shortcut chocolate chip hazelnut pancakes, crazy omelettes in a bag, cheesy wafflemaker hash browns and mango marvel smoothie packs.
Ree cleans out her fridge and uses up the food that's on its way out. She makes lemon rice pudding, fridge gazpacho, Tex-Mex chicken and chicken Alfredo.
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.
Paul is in America’s original seaside resort of Miami. Here he gets the chance to create his own version of the classic favourite, Florida Key lime pie, using a delicious but deceptively simple recipe.
Paul is in Munich, where he learns the secret of its famous pretzels, tries 'baumkuchen', and makes a delicious beer hall favourite – a dampfnudel dessert, traditionally served hot with black cherries and custard.
Josh Denny rolls into Atlanta in search of a titanic Southern trinity. He'll dig into a five-pound muffaletta sandwich piled high with pulled pork, a nine-foot po' boy named The Big Bayou Monster, and loaded two-foot wide pancakes.
Josh cruises through Columbia, SC, sampling the capital city's substantial local favourites including a 14-inch biscuit with gravy, a 12-pound hash brown casserole and a 22-inch wide cinnamon roll.
On the menu is sizzling beef steak, hoi sin prawn and noodle bowls, mighty mackerel, and mixed tomato and quinoa salad.
Jamie cooks up some steak, liver and bacon, bubble and squeak mash and red onion gravy, and Mexican tomato soup, chilli nachos, and veggie and feta sprinkles.
This trip, Guy's digging into a food truck that dishes out killer pulled pork in Baltimore, a seaside shack with shrimp fritters and Guy's own fresh catch in Islamorada, FL and a restaurant smokin' up fish dip in Key Largo.
This trip, Guy's checkin' out a real-deal Italian joint cookin' up veal in Key Largo, FL, a food truck dishin' out Southeast Asian noodle soup in Stockton, CA, and a local legend servin' up Puerto Rican favourites in San Francisco.
For the first time ever, Hollywood goes to Hollywood as Paul explores baking in Los Angeles. In this city, known for its crazy health fads and celebrity culture, Paul discovers that it's also rich in incredible bakes.
Josh is in Charleston, SC, sampling the city's biggest bites including a 16-inch tall chicken and waffles sandwich, a mountainous fried shrimp nachos platter and a five-pound burger topped with chili cheese fries.
Josh tackles some of the biggest meals Jacksonville, FL, has to offer including a grilled burrito stuffed with five kinds of seafood and a five-foot long duck banh mi sandwich.
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.