This trip Guy's rolling out for something new from the grill - and more. In San Antonio, Texas, a 60-year-old drive-in where the owners are putting a Thai twist on classic Texas barbecue.
Guy's heading all over the country for a taste of the south. In San Francisco, a whisky bar is putting their own spin on a po' boy with avocado and fresh crab mayo.
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.
When a lack of employee harmony threatens his restaurant, Vic, owner of Colombo's Italian Steakhouse in Eagle Rock, contacts Charles for help.
While recovering in Brazil from a paragliding accident that almost killed him, Kevin, owner of Gauchos Village in Glendale has noticed a discrepancy in revenue and inventory at his restaurant.
Ina's turning up the volume on burger joint classics. There's easy seafood chowder, salad and fries with delicious buttermilk ranch dressing with bib lettuce and baked sweet potato fries.
It's time to find out how the cookie crumbles as Ina bakes up a storm in the barn. Ina makes chocolate chunk blondies and cookies. And everyone's cookie conundrums are solved in Ask Ina.
Ina shares her favourite recipes perfect for gifting. There's pillowy marshmallows and white chocolate bark. Then Ina's making a squash soup as a thank you gift to top candy queen Dylan Lauren.
It's cocktail time. Ina is preparing salmon tartare, sopresatta with cheese in puff pastry and chipotle and rosemary roasted nuts. Then its all about cocktails and canapés in Ask Ina.
It's springtime, so Ladd's burning the pastures and Ree's making two days' worth of dinners with spicy jerk chicken, steak and bean burritos, and a crunchy corn salad. Juicy grilled peaches and pineapples are for dessert!
Ree Drummond is testing recipes for her deli and having her friends pick which versions will end up on the menu. First, her basic chicken salad with grapes is up against a delicious curried chicken salad with raisins.
Ladd and Cowboy Tim are out fixing fences, so Ree is fixing them their favourite Tex-Mex lunch! There's hearty rib-eye quesadillas, spicy perfect pinto beans, taco ranch side salad and a skillet apple crisp.
Ree celebrates her dad's retirement with a meal of all his favourite foods. There's slow-cooked Burgundy beef stew, creamy cheese grits casserole, super-tasty blistered green beans, and adorable mini chocolate-cherry bundt cakes.
Jamie Oliver uses a variety of pumpkin and squash to make a mouth-watering warm winter salad of roast duck and pumpkin, a hearty winter pumpkin soup, and pumpkin fairy cakes.
A windswept Jamie explores the seemingly unlikely but surprisingly bountiful world of winter salads, proving that there is still much to be had from the garden even in the darkest months of the year.
Jamie cooks up some delicious lamb recipes with Welsh lamb, including crunchy grilled lamb kebabs and an incredible roasted shoulder of lamb.
Jamie looks at the humble, underrated leek, making delicious pappardelle with slow roasted leeks and a clever 'concertina' squid with grilled leeks.
It may be winter, but the garden is still offering up some beautiful vegetables. Jamie shows how to make a seasonal winter vegetable coleslaw, bubble and squeak, and a delicious Italian cabbage soup.
Paul visits San Francisco, home to one of America's most iconic bakes, the sourdough. Inspired by a visit to a historic focaccia bakery, Paul creates savoury bread and butter pudding, and cheese and olive bread.
Adam travels to St Louis where he faces his frostiest challenge yet at Crown Candy Kitchen: nearly a full gallon of ice-cold malted milkshake.
Adam's in sunny Los Angeles to try the legendary French dip sandwich at Phillipe’s. Then, it's off to El Tepeyac, a Mexican food Mecca where he faces a five-pound burrito.
Adam’s quest brings him to San Jose, California. His first stop is Henry's World Famous Hi-Life, where open pit steaks and barbecue have been grilled up for nearly 50 years.
Adam visits Denver to sample the best burgers at Duffy's Cherry Cricket, then descends upon Denver's oldest restaurant, the Buckhorn Exchange, whose menu extends from rattlesnake to ostrich.
Adam visits Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill in North Carolina. He takes aim at the Roast Grill record by eating 17 hot dogs covered in mustard and homemade chilli.
Adam heads to Minneapolis to face the Juicy Lucy, a burger stuffed with cheese. Then Adam chows down on a roasted suckling pig with a special surprise guest.
Adam's chow-down quest brings him to Sarasota, Florida, where he'll enjoy beaches, boats, and beer-battered, deep-fried hot dogs at The Old Salty Dog, an English-style seaside eatery in the sunshine state.
Adam Richman is in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the food options don't stop at the glitzy restaurants on the Strip. He starts at Hash House A Go Go, where traditional breakfasts are served in massive portions.
Adam Richman returns to Durham, North Carolina, for a taste of the city's best barbeque, burgers, and competition. First stop is Backyard BBQ Pit, Durham's only open pit, cooking up specialty rubs and sauces.
Adam Richman's hunger quest brings him to Charleston, South Carolina. His first stop is Bowen's Island, where Adam goes for their famous bottomless steamed oysters – a meal so massive it's served by a shovel.
Adam Richman returns to the Lone Star State. This time he's in San Antonio, and his first stop is Lulu's Bakery and Cafe. Lulu's serves a 48-ounce chicken fried steak known as the Police Chief Special.
The best place to celebrate the foods of summer is The Place, located in Guilford, Connecticut. The kitchen for this roadside eatery is an outdoor grill, fuelled by slabs of local wood.
Mark Skudlarek fires his three-chamber kiln at Cambridge Pottery and borrows some of the kiln's coals for an outdoor wood-fired oven to cook a celebratory feast.
Roger's first visit to Hawaii promises big fires and big feasts. On Nimitz Highway in Honolulu is family-run restaurant Koala Moa, famous for whole chickens roasted over a fire.
Hawaii island Oahu is known as the 'gathering place', and Roger is invited to two community gatherings abundant with local foods.
The Freed's team pours it on with a unique beer unicorn cake. Then, a local orchard kicks off their pumpkin patch with a harvest-themed cake, and a bride-to-be gets a jolly proper send-off with a giant Big Ben cake.
The Freed's team brings a Frankenstein cake to life for a theatre premiere, and it's game time for a larger-than-life mascot cake. Then, National Taco Day will never be the same after a restaurant orders a giant taco cake.
After receiving numerous complaints from his staff that the new head waiter is not evenly distributing pooled tips, the general manager of D'Cache restaurant in LA contacts Charles Stiles and the Mystery Diners to help him discover the truth.
When Mario, the owner of La Traviata, becomes concerned over complaints with respect to the quality of his fish, Charles and the Mystery Diners discover that a recently hired chef may not be honest about what's in his high-priced dishes.
Willie Degel is summoned to help the owners of Mario's Tutto Bene, a struggling family restaurant. The staff has run amok and the owners need Willie's help to save their struggling store and mend their family ties.