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.
From California to Florida, Guy is crossing the country to eat an eclectic mix of dishes from a real-deal Mexican joint, a local landmark and a New Orleans-inspired spot.
After a very successful first five years, a changing economy combined with the high cost of maintaining a historic building plus family health problems have hurt Ristorante Barolo. The couple has turned to Chef Robert Irvine for help.
Fearing that someone on his staff is using restaurant supplies to operate a competing catering company, Lenny, the owner of Cookin' with Lenny Smokehouse in Los Angeles, contacts Charles Stiles for help.
The owners of Fenders Moto Cafe and Brew Pub in Portland, Oregon, call Charles Stiles when they notice some of their valuable motorcycle memorabilia has gone missing. The Mystery Diners find out if any employees are responsible.
Running a store isn't easy, and Ina should know - she ran a deli for 20 years. Ina suggests a French-inspired menu of Provencal soup, seafood and coconut madeleines for dessert as a staff thank you.
Ina's cooking a deeply flavoured filet of beef bourgignon, with a creamy cheese courgette gratin and for dessert a plum tart with a wonderful crumb topping.
Ina's two friends, Frank and Valerie, set the scene while Ina cooks a fabulous lunch of swordfish steaks in tomato caper sauce, saffron and courgette couscous followed by individual chocolate puddings.
Gingerbread is a scrumptious treat that has been baked for centuries. Anna starts by sharing her recipe for basic gingerbread cut-out cookies, before making gingerbread placecard tags.
Nut cakes range from easy little cakes to elaborate grand tortes. Anna shows how to make desserts where nuts feature prominently in the recipe. She begins with a lovely little French teacake prepared with almond flour called financiers.
Anna starts by preparing a slow roasted prime rib with a rich mushroom and brandy jus. She then makes a warm squash and ricotta salad. She finishes the meal with a honey walnut torte, a classic Viennese birthday cake.
Anna is preparing a traditional Sunday supper. She pairs a whole roasted pork loin in a mustard marmalade glaze with roasted root vegetables in a warm vinaigrette. For dessert, spiced chocolate pear tart.
Ree celebrates her middle children, Paige and Bryce, with over a week of food and fun while the other kids are away. She makes cornmeal pancakes with blueberry syrup, bow tie chicken alfredo and grilled fruit pizzas.
Ree Drummond's raiding the pantry, whipping up four cupboard showstoppers. She's spicing up standbys with a lunch of fragrant chickpea curry with rice, then for sweet treats in a hurry, no-bake peanut butter bars save the day.
Ree Drummond's father-in-law, Chuck, is spearheading a big fence fixing project on the ranch, so Ree's saying thank you by delivering him and his crew a rib-sticking Tex-Mex lunch.
Ree Drummond's knocking out hearty breakfast biscuits that her husband and son are coming to collect on their way to feed the cattle.
Jun Tanaka and Galton Blackiston visit a producer of real Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese.
Jun Tanaka and Galton Blackiston are in Glendale, inspiration for Postman Pat's Greendale.
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 smoked salmon, Yorkshire pud, beets and asparagus, plus gorgeous Greek chicken, sweet pepper and pea couscous with tzatziki.
This time Jamie cooks glazed sizzling chops, sweet tomato and asparagus lasagnetti, plus mushroom soup, stilton, apple and walnut croutes.
Ree throws a prairie picnic for friends with chicken Milanese Mediterranean orzo salad, cold roasted veggies with herby yogurt dip, and piña colada tres leches cakes.
While the cowboys work, Ree Drummond makes homemade takeout for lunch, with Tex-Mex fried rice and cowboy chopped salad. For dinner, it's smothered pork chops with smashed red potatoes and sliced tomatoes, a favourite fast supper.
The cowboys and kids have had a long day hauling cattle, so Ree's serving up a warming and substantial lasagne and delicious cheesy garlic bread.
It's all about frontier-style food-to-go and Ree has got two special deliveries to make. First she's making the ravenous kids and cowboys a well-deserved breakfast.
Jun Tanaka and Galton Blackiston are in the north Devon fishing village of Clovelly.
Jun Tanaka and Galton Blackiston enter the home baking section of the Henley Show.
Four bakers battle to have their amazing creations as the centrepiece of the Addams Family party, but only one will take home $10,000. Kevin Miserocchi, director of the Tee and Charles Addams Foundation, joins as a guest judge.
Braving sub zero temperatures, Paul is in St Petersburg, sampling layered honey cake, and vatrushka, a delicate curd tart. Yet it's the Russian pies, with intricate pastry patterns covering sweet and savoury fillings, that steal his heart.
Paul is in Naples – the home of pizza! He also discovers the Neapolitan rum baba – a light yeasted bun in rum syrup, and the multi-layered sfogliatella - filled with fruit and cream. Later he bakes a classic dark chocolate Caprese cake.
Jamie rustles up seared Asian tuna, coconut rice and jiggy jiggy greens, plus ricotta fritters, tomato sauce and courgette salad.
This time the meal is spiced chicken, bacon, asparagus and spinach lentils, plus falafel wraps, grilled veg and salsa.
Roger finds that everything is bigger in Texas, roasting a 250-pound side of beef on a custom rotisserie trailer and a 230-pound hog in an outdoor cinder block pit.
Roger is on the lookout for truly unique rigs, like a steel contraption that can cook up to 1,000 pounds of food in Denver and an impressive barbecue trailer in Texas.
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty are joined by proper Hollywood royalty, as they cook with Goldie Hawn. Jamie prepares slow lamb and Jimmy tries making his own smoked salmon.
Robert Irvine has to sift through the puzzle pieces to discover why Coach Lamp Restaurant & Pub in Louisville, Kentucky, is failing.
Guy takes a bite out of succulent sandwiches when he travels through California and Florida and visits a real-deal butchery, a funky food truck and a seafood staple.
Guy is firing up meaty meals and veggie specialties when he visits a funky spot and a vegan joint in California, then heads to a carnivore's paradise in Florida.