This trip, Guy's taking Kid Rock's lead on a tour through D-town. Just outside of Detroit in Clarkston, Michigan, Guy tries one of Kid Rock's favourites, mac 'n cheese.
Guy's travelling the country searching for a taste of the South. In Vancouver, Southern staples are served with a twist, like the pulled pork pancakes with a side of Jack Daniels syrup.
Willie steps in to help Anna Maria, owner of Anna Maria's Italian Restaurant in Larchmont, N.Y. While her food gets raves, her restaurant has developed a bad reputation and it's driving business out the door.
When Tommy, owner of Gigi Restaurant in Philadelphia, suspects that his mother/manager is discriminating against younger customers, he contacts Charles to investigate.
After hearing complaints that their late night security guard is being too rough with customers, Dave and Mike Frank, co-owners of Del Rossi's Cheesesteak Co. contact the mystery diners for help.
Ina is taking an Italian trip and cooking up classics and new takes on her favourite Italian dishes. There's a delicious tomato dish roasted with pesto and parmesan. She also has some easy Italian dessert ideas using Italian wine.
Ina's friend Beth Eckhardt has recently opened a new florist's shop, and to celebrate, Ina is going to make tea time treats for her customers. There's red velvet cupcakes, shortbread cookies and orange curd with long stemmed strawberries.
It's a day of sunshine food at the barn. There's delicious roasted shrimp with feta in exchange for an ice cream master class from friend and creamery owner Rori Trovata.
Pastry chef Anna Olson shows us how to make a basic crème Anglaise - a sauce every pastry chef must know. She then uses crème Anglaise to make three delicious desserts.
Pastry chef Anna Olson demonstrates the versatility of pancakes. She whips up three different styles and proves pancakes aren't just for breakfast.
In the midst of harvest, Ravine Winery is a sight to be seen and Anna makes supper for the winemakers: concord grape focaccia, whole roasted chicken with sweet potato stuffing, autumn celery root potato salad, and an easy-make apple tart.
It’s a night with the girls at Anna Olson's and they are nibbling on snacks: gyoza pork dumplings, wild rice risotto pockets with peppers and pumpkin seeds, and maple baked apple bites.
Chuck has been honoured with an award, so the Drummonds are celebrating with rib-eye steak with onion blue cheese sauce. On the side, grilled corn with pasilla butter. Then for dessert, a delicious strawberry sparkle cake.
Ree's delivering a well earned treat of tasty monster cookies to the family and Josh. And when the work is done, she whips up a light delicious dinner of calzones with marinara sauce followed by a frozen cherry and pomegranate sherbet.
Ree's rustling up the kids' favourite foods. For Bryce, Salisbury steak in tasty gravy. For Alex, fettuccine alfredo, and delicious sautéed sweet peas and carrots for Paige. Last but not least, for Todd, it's chocolate peanut butter pie.
For the Fourth of July, Ree's whipping up baked beans and a fabulous Caprese salad, which are the perfect sides for Ladd's Fourth of July steaks. Ree's peach crisp with maple cream is a great dessert to eat while watching the fireworks.
Theo Randall and Rachel Allen compete in the Ludlow Food Festival.
Aldo Zilli and Silvena Rowe compete in the Nevern Agricultural and Horticultural Show.
Nancy has invited some of her best friends over to begin a community quilt. They enjoy a celebratory farm lunch of classic rosemary lamb chops, twice baked potatoes, sauteed garlic broccoli rabe and black and white dipped shortbread.
Nancy and her family are hitting the Hudson River, looking to have a picnic on one of the uninhabited islands of the waterways.
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.
Ree's daughter is hosting a movie night, so Ree's whipping up a Roman-inspired menu to go with Julius Caesar including supreme pizza lasagna, Julius Caesar salad and Neopolitan ice cream.
Ree is home alone in the snow - a perfect opportunity to eat lighter and pack in some exercise. For a pre-hike dinner, she's making a delicious low carb lettuce burger.
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.
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.
Aldo Zilli and Silvena Rowe create cheesecakes for the Trawden Show in Lancashire.
Aldo Zilli and Silvena Rowe enter desserts in wine glasses at the Lunesdale Country Show.
For this week's competition, four chefs are creating Dr Seuss-themed cakes to celebrate the release of 'What Pet Should I Get?' Guest judge Susan Brandt, President of Dr Seuss Enterprises, helps decide who gets the $10,000.
Paul learns new facts about soda bread from the Irish chef and author Clodagh McKenna, meets a potato fanatic who cooks with historic Irish varieties, and admires unique bakes created by the head baker at the Merrion Hotel.
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.
Mexican food is a favourite of Roger Mooking because of its complex, earthy flavours and tradition of cooking over a wood fire. Roger meets chef Johnny Hernandez in San Antonio and cooks regional Mexican dishes.
Texas is famous for American barbecue, but Roger Mooking is making his way through the Lone Star state for live-fire Latin American cooking and to savour the flavours of smoked European-style sausages.
Cooks and cons try not to crumble during the most difficult challenge yet: incorporating cookies into a meat and potatoes dish! Then it really gets nutty when the competitors show off in round two with a surprise ingredient.
Robert must force Joe to get past his pride in order to save his restaurant.
In Manhattan, a real deal chef is cranking out homemade pretzels with a special beer cheese sauce. In California, Guy visits a family-run joint with authentic Mexican food like carnitas with red salsa.
This trip, Guy goes all animal. In Charleston, South Carolina, the husband and wife duo flying high for all things bird, like a duck club with homemade garlic mayo.