Guy Fieri's hitting the road for an off-the-chain culinary journey. On the Big Island, there's a Filipino-Hawaiian mashup famous for leaving diners speechless. In Chicago, a Spanish-style spot serves seafood that might just surprise you.
Guy checks out his own take on surf and turf.
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.
Uche, owner of The Anchor Bar and Tattoo in Atlanta, contacts Charles after noticing a drop in food and tattoo sales. Mystery Diners Meagen and Justin go undercover to see if the two problems are related.
Danny and his son Danny Jr own the Star Cafe and Star Coaches in Atlanta. They are concerned about missing food in their kitchen and a rise in fuel expenses on their tour buses.
Today features festive fun with the Barefoot Contessa, who is throwing a dazzling dinner party featuring a luxurious seafood gratin of lobster in a golden saffron sauce.
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.
Valerie treats herself to a day of comfort and ease with all the food she loves most. There's a blue cheese-stuffed olive martini, pasta alla vongole with asparagus, mushrooms with chilli salt, and limoncello challah bread pudding.
Valerie wants to thank her neighbours for taking care of her dog, picking up her mail and bringing in packages. She whips up lamb shepherd's pie, rocket salad with champagne vinaigrette, hazelnut toffee and rosemary gin fizzes.
Valerie celebrates her son Wolf's return home from touring by making his favourite foods. She surprises him at the studio with pasta e fagioli, Thursday turkey meatloaf, roasted broccoli rabe and a luscious pumpkin pudding.
Valerie invites her Hot in Cleveland co-stars Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White over. On the menu are short rib crostini, chicken satay and steamed veggies with peanut sauce and roasted potatoes with aubergine caviar.
Ina compiles an elegant summer pudding bursting with ripe berries, a comforting old time favourite rum raisin rice pudding, an old classic key lime pie and a two-way crème anglaise.
Ina has invited her editor and friend Stephen Drucker over for dinner with her new colleagues. She's planning an Italian-American dinner with spaghetti and meatballs and make-your-own ice cream sodas.
The guys are out cutting down cedar trees and having a stone skimming masterclass with Ladd down at the creek. So Ree's rustling up a casual lunch of delicious rigatoni with chicken thighs.
It's a busy day on the ranch with the whole Drummond gang moving cattle and Ree's whipping up a rib-sticking lunch. With meaty pepperoni with homemade pizza sauce and delicious four cheese pizza with a great chopped basil tomato salad.
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.
Buddy must recreate traditional Turkish water marbling on a cake - will he succeed? Meanwhile, Mary follows her dream of being a foot model!
Buddy and the team rock a crystal cake for a gemstone gallery’s 50th anniversary celebration, and his five-year-old son takes over Carlo’s Bakery!
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.
Actress Anna Friel cooks Balinese stew for the whole cafe, Jamie makes mega meatball subs, and Jimmy shows you how to make your own mozzarella.
Ree's sons are American football crazy, so when their friends come over to compare fantasy teams, Ree's on hand to cook their favourite foods: kicked-up spicy wings, make-ahead sandwich rolls, a potato skins bar and salted pretzel brownies.
Ree gives the lowdown on how her life and food change during different seasons on the ranch. She makes red wine pot roast, chicken tacos with strawberry salsa, roasted beet and goat cheese salad, and carrot and squash curry soup.
Ree whips up the most decadent chocolate treats from white chocolate all the way down to dark. There's white chocolate raspberry cheesecake, dipped and decorated waffle cones, milk chocolate mousse and a chocolate orange martini.
Ree packs some fun treats for a late afternoon picnic with the younger kids. She makes animal crackers, crunchy cereal chicken fingers, cucumber finger sandwiches, salad on a stick and mini watermelon wedges.
Jamie cooks Swedish meatballs, celeriac and spinach rice, plus pasta pesto, garlic and rosemary chicken.
On the menu in this edition are green tea salmon, coconut rice and miso greens, plus modern greek salad and spinach, chickpea and feta parcels.
Jamie cooks kebabs by the Acropolis, joins friends for meze and Greek dancing, milks a goat with a priest, prepares a perfect Greek salad, and cooks tuna straight from the sea.
Ree Drummond shares four favorite 16-minute standby meals, including Thai Beef With Peppers, Quick and Easy Roasted Red Pepper Pasta and freezer-friendly Apple Peanut Butter Delights.
While the family's busy shipping cattle, Ree Drummond's whipping up a well-deserved breakfast and getting ahead with dinner. For breakfast, a pancake bar with oven fried bacon, sweet strawberries, and vanilla bean caramel sauce.
Guy's checking out some righteous spots. In Colorado, an NFL pro and Triple-D alum team up on green chilli and mile-high burgers. Then, in Massachusetts, Guy munches on some perfect pickle chips and a savoury scone sandwich.
Guy's diving into beef heaven. In Minneapolis, a neighbourhood gastropub is serving up delicious sandwiches piled with steak and braised beef. In Atlanta, a Jewish deli is putting out a fish specialty alongside killer pastrami hash.
Dave and Si's challenge is to reinvent their favourite family meals and by cooking cleverly. They set out to tackle a slimline cooked breakfast as they're determined to find a way to deliver a fry-up without damaging their waistlines.
Adam visits Indianapolis for the Big Ugly Burger Challenge.
Adam's quest for delicious dishes brings him to the famous Jersey Shore.
Guy Fieri rolls out for medium rare done right. In San Francisco, a dive bar cranking out home made dishes; In Cambridge, Mass., a Harvard Square institution serving burgers; In Kemah, Texas, a meat market turned restaurant.
Guy visits a San Francisco neighborhood diner that is spicing, roasting and smoking fresh pork; in New York, a 37-year-old joint turns sandwiches into pizza; in Cleveland, a family place serves old European favorites.