From wild boar gnocchi in Los Angeles to a lamb belly BLT in Miami, Guy's grabbin' some grub cooked up in pubs across the US.
Guy crisscrosses the country to get a taste of international flavours. In Miami, a funky Haitian joint cooks up island favourites like griot, and in Los Angeles, an Italian spot serves up their legendary spins on pizza and lasagna.
First Lady Michelle Obama tasks chef Robert Irvine with a unique challenge at Horton's Kids in Washington. But it isn't a restaurant, it's a nonprofit community centre that provides after-school meals and family cooking classes.
Michael, the owner of Rock Island Cafe in Honolulu, is concerned about a drop in his restaurant's memorabilia sales. Charles Stiles sends in Mystery Diners and discovers the staff is using the restaurant for personal business.
When Angie, the owner of Cha Cha Cha Salsaria in Honolulu, hears rumours of an unauthorised boat delivery service, she contacts Charles Stiles to investigate. Mystery Diners go undercover to discover what's taking place out at sea.
Ina's friend's daughter is studying hard at university, so she invites her and her two friends for a fabulous home-cooked feast.
Even man's best friend deserves a treat on his birthday! As it's Ina's friend's dog's special day she decides to throw a party for her favourite pooch and his mistress at the beach.
Truman Capote wowed society with his Black and White Ball, and now Ina's wowing her friends with a Black and White Supper for the author of a new book about this renowned character.
There are few things more comforting to the senses than a warm slice of freshly baked pie. Anna starts with a standard double crust pie dough (pastry on top and bottom) and makes a classic ‘blue ribbon’ apple pie.
Part cake and part cookie, lady fingers are extremely versatile in the pastry kitchen. Anna starts by showing viewers how to make these light and spongy biscuits and dips them in chocolate to create chocolate dipped ladyfingers.
Anna makes a comfort food meal for her family. She starts with a wholesome pot roast and dumplings, a broccoli and bacon cheddar salad, and for dessert, an apple cranberry crisp – topping off a meal fit for the perfect night in!
An evening alone with Michael gives Anna a chance to prepare a delectable, herb inspired meal. She makes tomato basil tart and seafood with white wine in parchment parcels. For dessert, she prepares individual crème brûlée cheesecakes.
With the house to herself, Ree whips up her favourite eats: overnight oatmeal, lamb chops with mint, sautéed green beans with lemon and blue cheese, baked sweet potato with cream and mint, and dulce de leche coffee.
Ree cooks up a working lunch for her family, including spicy sausage dogs with curry and onion sauce, kicking coleslaw with mustard and horseradish dressing, and for a sweet treat, kiwi lime pie.
The Pioneer Woman tries her hand at making falafel with a chipotle tahini dip served in a pita. Next she tries chicken and waffles with maple syrup and Bourbon sauce. For dessert, she creates a tart with a store-bought shortcut.
Ree prepares a care package to send to Alex, who is away at university. Packed alongside ranch photos to cure Alex's homesickness are brownie cookies, homemade cheddar crackers, spicy party mix and crazy chocolate bark.
Theo Randall and Rachel Allen compete in the Keith Show in the Scottish Highlands.
Theo Randall and Rachel Allen compete in the Kington Horse and Agricultural Society Show.
Nancy and David are hosting a cookout. Nancy heads to town to get delicious chocolate candies for her grilled banana boats dessert.
Nancy and her son John love the outdoors, and spend the day fly fishing. Nancy takes the catch home and cooks up a cozy dinner of bacon-wrapped trout, asparagus with a creamy herb vinaigrette, and peanut butter cookies.
This time it's fettuccine, smoked trout, asparagus and peas, and black bean beef burgers, noodles and pickle salad.
On the menu is pork Marsala, porcini rice and spring greens, plus koh samui salad, chilli tofu and Thai noodles.
Ree Drummond is sharing about the other men in her life, like her dad, brother, brother-in-law and father-in-law, and their favourite sweets.
The Pioneer Woman's cooking for her family reunion, a camp out down by the creek. She gets the fixings ready for cheesy bacon hot dogs and campfire quesadillas over the fire.
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.
Ladd's grandmother Edna Mae is turning 89, so Ree and the kids are surprising her with a beautiful birthday surprise of all her favourite foods, including roast chicken.
Theo Randall and Rachel Allen compete in the Ludlow Food Festival.
Aldo Zilli and Silvena Rowe compete in the Nevern Agricultural and Horticultural Show.
Four master bakers compete to have their cake at the centre of a party celebrating the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and take home $10,000. Greg Cipes and Mae Whitman, voices of Michelangelo and April O'Neil, are guest judges.
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.
Paul looks back over his incredible journey into the baking heritage of some of the world's most famous cities, and showcases some favourite 'City Bakes' he created, inspired by his visits.
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.
Deep in the heart of Texas, Sandra Julian preserves the tradition of cowboy cuisine in her rustic chuck wagon, where she cooks her famous chicken fried steak.
In Lexington, Texas, folks line up early on Saturday mornings for Snow's BBQ. Later, we meet 77-year-old Tootsie Tomanetz who is a serious pit master on Friday nights.
Rashad Jones visits three pit masters who are cooking up delicious versions of barbecue pork. First, he gets his hands on a barbecue pulled pork slinger served on fresh cornbread and follows it up with a smoked apple bread pudding dessert.
Rashad Jones treats himself to an array of barbecued meats loaded on top of other classic comfort foods. First, he visits a family establishment in San Antonio that's serving up a generous four taco plate with all kinds of meat.
Chef Robert Irvine soon discovers that in the restaurant Seven in La Porte, Indiana, the food is bad, the management is worse, and the stained glass would better fit a church than a restaurant.
Guy hits up Minneapolis for a family pizza-making tradition, Miami for Haitian classics and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, for global-inspired street food.
This trip, Guy Fieri's grabbing all kinds of cosmopolitan comfort food. He samples corned beef and cabbage in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, authentic Ethiopian specialties in Los Angeles and over-the-top hot dogs in Minneapolis.