Guy Fieri's reeling in off-the-hook seafood and digging into some serious sandwiches on this trip. In San Francisco, a Chinese emporium cooking up lobster, pork buns and even dim sum chicken feet.
On this trip, Guy Fieri digs into a fusion of flavours across the country. In Chicago, a saucy spot mashes up Latin and Asian, putting a unique spin on paella and posole.
Chef Robert Irvine travels to Hagerstown, Maryland, on a mission to save the Georgia Boy Cafe.
Charles discovers a bigger problem inside the dining room while investigating complaints about non-members playing for free at Emerald Hills Golf Course in Hollywood, Florida.
When Lee, owner of Old Vinings Inn in Atlanta, hears rumours of unauthorised Civil War tours taking place inside his historical restaurant, he contacts Charles to investigate.
Ina makes the food for a friend of a friend's dinner party. Recipes include striped bass, couscous with pine nuts and meringues with stewed berries and orange flavoured cream.
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.
Valerie prepares a couch-friendly menu for a night of marathon TV-watching with her friend, actress Faith Ford. On the menu there's cucumber salad, slow-cooked red beans and rice with homemade crackers, and frosted brownies.
Valerie and Tom create a Sunday meal for friends with food already in their fridge or pantry. The menu includes pot roast with veggies and potatoes, green beans with shallots, stuffed mushrooms and an apricot clafouti for dessert.
Valerie invites her family and friends over to watch the game, so she's making Italian beef sandwiches with a giardiniera aioli and an Italian-style fennel cole slaw. For dessert, she makes salted caramel chocolate chip cookies.
Valerie and Tom start off Valentine's Day with chocolate walnut scuffins. Then after a few surprises from Tom, Valerie's dinner includes fennel salad with goat's cheese, pasta with onion, bacon and tomato, and a dessert mousse.
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.
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.
It's a Drummond sleepover at the lodge and Ree's making a finger food feast of crispy chicken strips, sweet potato fries, honey mustard dip and fruit pizzas.
Theo Randall and Rachel Allen compete in the Bute Agricultural Society's summer show.
Theo Randall and Rachel Allen compete in the Atholl and Breadalbane Agricultural show.
A local Science Centre asks Buddy to create a cake in honour of their new ant exhibit, and Mauro makes a cake for cheerleaders celebrating spirit week.
A winter wonderland-themed wedding inspires Buddy to leave his comfort zone. He enlists sugar artist, Jacques Torres, to help complete the icy dream cake.
Jamie is in Venice, getting away from the tourist traps and cooking up some spaghetti vongole, an amazing risotto, and a perfect Venetian tiramisu.
Fearne Cotton learns to cook fish tacos, Jamie Oliver makes an epic gumbo, and Jimmy Doherty builds his own coffee bean roaster out of an old barbecue.
Ree stocks her kitchen to make some of her favourite meatless meals. She whips up broccoli cheese baked potatoes, grilled aubergine steaks, roasted vegetable panzanella, Italian cornbread and tofu lettuce wraps.
Ree makes dinner for her family after a long, sweltering afternoon of hauling hay at her brother-in-law's house. On the menu is spicy slow cooked ribs, cheesy hominy casserole, broccoli salad and ice cream layer cake.
It's all about stunning five ingredient meals, and on the menu is a chicken fennel bake, spaghetti carbonara, eggs in tomatoes, veggie tortellini soup and three varieties of baking tray suppers.
Cowboy Pete has had a long, hard summer on the farm, so Ree makes a Tex-Mex dinner to thank him and his family. On the menu is carnitas, mango salad, cheesy refried bean casserole and guacamole with a kick.
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 goes truffle picking and wild boar hunting in the French Pyrenées. He also prepares a classic tarte tatin, Roquefort salad, an old school confit of duck, and a country-style terrine.
Ree Drummond's ranch-style Tex Mex meal includes Cheese Enchiladas for her father-in-law, individual Pina Colada Tres Leches Cakes for a prairie picnic, chili to warm up Ladd and the kids and margaritas for cocktail hour.
While the family's stacking hay, Ree Drummond's stocking up the freezer with her family's favourite dishes, including chicken enchiladas, his and hers pizza pockets, three cheese stuffed shells and purple smoothie popsicles.
Guy's digging into some irresistible comfort food. In Atlanta, he finds a joint cooking up chicken and biscuits and house-cured lox. Across town, a twin-brother team is firing up Southern grub like brisket burgers and chicken-fried ribs.
Guy's celebrating homeland favourites from all kinds of diverse cultures. In Minnesota, he finds a Mexican restaurant-market combo dishing out tasty tacos al pastor and carnitas tamales. In Denver, he enjoys a unique dessert specialty.
Reza Mahammad is in Jaipur discovering a wonderful colourful dish of Rajasthan, lal maas, from a master chef at the stunning Rambagh Palace.
Reza meets the Bishnoi, an ancient desert tribe who still live entirely off the land. At the Umaid Bhawan Palace, the chefs turn this basic desert cuisine into food fit for royalty. Inspired by his findings, Reza cooks kadhi pakora.
Adam Richman is in Oklahoma City for a presidential T-bone steak.
Adam Richman is in Kansas City, Missouri, for some world-class barbecue.
This trip, Guy Fieri dives into dishes steeped in tasty tradition. In Seattle, a funky spot makes their name with scratch-made Russian piroshki. A tucked-away joint in Kona serves up a bite of culture with their authentic Hawaiian cuisine.
Guy Fieri cruises the States to check out some Far East flavours. In Seattle, a funky chicken spot puts an Asian spin on poultry. A family-run gem dishes out righteous Thai specialities on the big island of Hawaii.