Guy's getting ready for Turkey Day! In Princeton, New Jersey, Rev Run jumps in for crepes, a New Hampshire cafe cooks up terrific turkey meatloaf and Guy finds the spirit of the season in Louisville at a 'pay-what-you-can' joint.
On this trip, Guy Fieri is checking out fried bologna and veggie burgers in Louisville, KY, and brunch staples at a diner-restaurant mashup in Portland, Oregon.
Alan, owner of Sugo Café, thought he could spend more time with his wife and kids if he staffed his restaurant with family and friends. He soon discovered that business and family do not mix.
Before investing his life savings in a new Russian restaurant, an aspiring restauranteur asks Charles to investigate his potential chef and business partner. The Mystery Diners go undercover and discover an elaborate con.
After receiving several customer complaints about her meal delivery service, Cynthia contacts Charles Stiles for help. He sends in Mystery Diners Patrick and Hal, who uncover a bigger problem inside her kitchen.
Ina demonstrates the versatility of pasta. Ina starts with lasagna for a party, Pea pesto salad a delicious portable feast, penne with five cheeses, a super fast shrimp linguine and lunchtime favourite pasta with sun dried tomato salad.
Ina decides to make her friend a beautiful lunch in a box. Her menu includes lobster cobb salad rolls, brown rice, tomatoes and basil and mini orange chocolate chunk cake.
TR is having house guests for the weekend and Ina is helping him stock up his fridge. While he shops, she creates chicken pot pie, wheatberry salad, split pea soup and a tomato sandwich for herself.
Ina's friend has just moved and a settling-in dinner is planned. Their menu includes comforting mac and cheese served with salad, plus peach and raspberry shortcakes filled with vanilla whipped cream.
Ree's cooking up a fabulous spicy Cajun pasta lunch for her hungry kids. Then, with the kids on a sleepover, it's a rare date night so she rustles up his-and-her versions of Ladd's favourite sandwich and a Drummond classic, egg in the hole.
It's all about school days and Sundays on the ranch. Ree is making incredible malted milk chocolate chip cookies for a field trip with her homeschooled kids. Then it's comfort classics: perfect pot roast and blackberry cobbler.
At the Drummonds' Rancher's Dinner, it's party time with a real Wild West difference. There's got to be beef, Ladd's grilled tenderloins, twice-baked potatoes, crunchy fresh corn casserole and homemade ranch dressing over iceberg wedges.
Ree plans a cowboys and cowgirls lunch at the lodge. She slams pop pulled-pork in the oven to slow cook and fits in some photography for her blog before putting the final touches on a well-earned lunch for the entire crew.
This time Jamie rustles up Moroccan bream, couscous salad, pomegranate and harissa, and British burgers, shred salad, pickles and things.
Jamie's making jerk pork, grilled corn and crunchy tortilla salad, plus minestrone, poached chicken and salsa verde.
Jamie cooks Swedish meatballs, celeriac and spinach rice, plus pasta pesto, garlic and rosemary chicken.
On the menu in this edition are green tea salmon, coconut rice and miso greens, plus modern greek salad and spinach, chickpea and feta parcels.
This edition's recipes are grilled steak, ratatouille and saffron rice, plus blackened chicken, and San Fran quinoa salad.
Adam Richman is in Oklahoma City for a presidential T-bone steak.
Adam Richman is in Kansas City, Missouri, for some world-class barbecue.
Adam visits Indianapolis for the Big Ugly Burger Challenge.
Adam's quest for delicious dishes brings him to the famous Jersey Shore.
Adam Richman is in Syracuse, New York, for barbecue and frittata.
Adam visits the land of lighthouses and lobsters: Portland, Maine.
Adam has a date with a steak at the Riverstone Grill in Niagara Falls.
Adam Richman visits Big Sky Country in historic Butte, Montana.
Adam is in sunny Sacramento, California, for a taste of the Golden State.
Adam Richman is in Des Moines, Iowa, for some Midwestern comfort food.
See Adam take on a five-pound barbecue burrito challenge at Sweet P's BBQ in Knoxville.
Adam Richman heads to Ann Arbor, Michigan, home of the Michigan Wolverines.
Adam arrives in Memphis, Tennessee, where he samples the fare at Gus's Fried Chicken and devours pork ribs at the world-famous Charlie Vergos' Rendezvous.
Adam Richman travels to Columbus, Ohio, to chow down on burgers, bratwurst, and the biggest sandwich in town.
Adam’s at Round Rock Donuts, near Austin, Texas, where owner Dale Cohrs created the Texas Donut back in 1978. It’s huge, weighing two pounds and with a fourteen-inch diameter.
Casey Webb heads to Des Moines, where he'll attempt to eat an overstuffed pulled pork sandwich slathered in a scorpion pepper hot sauce in under ten minutes.
Casey Webb heads to Houston for some Tex-Mex tastiness, including a colossal 22-ounce (0.6kg) chicken-fried steak and the ultimate spicy challenge - a burger topped with seven of the world's hottest chile peppers.
Josh Denny rolls into Mobile, Alabama, for the city's most titanic eats. He finds a two-pound, doughnut-topped burger at LoDa Bier Garten, a bacon-wrapped chicken at Thyme on Section and a foot-long meat extravaganza at Von's Bistro.
Josh hits his hometown, Philadelphia, on a hunt for the city's most ginormous foods. First up is a 14-pound bagel with smoked salmon, then a nine-pound superhero sandwich and a trolley-shaped loaf of French toast to top it off.
Tony has 36 hours to kill while in Dublin on his layover. From fine dining to pub fare, he does his best to experience as much Irish hospitality as he can - and ends up finding out that Dublin is much more than a great pint of beer.
Willie helps Lisa, owner of The Bayou in North Bellmore. After 22 years serving up authentic Cajun flavours, Willie soon discovers that a disillusioned team may be why The Bayou is struggling.