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.
Robert Irvine and his team are at a complete loss as to which disaster to address first at the Spunky Monkey Bar and Grill in Auburn, Washington: the health code violations, the subpar food or the design roadblocks or the lackluster staff.
Nirav, owner of Smokin' Barrel, contacts Charles Stiles to investigate after noticing a decline in sales every holiday season. Mystery Diners go undercover and discover a suspicious sidewalk solicitor.
Vlane, the owner of Action Burger, contacts Mystery Diners to investigate missing comic books at his comic book-themed restaurant. Charles Stiles sends in Jamie, who discovers an employee abusing their powers for evil.
Ina's card shark friends are coming over to play bridge but this time Ina is shaking things up with a pre-game BBQ, and turning up the volume with a collection of real BBQ classics. This is back-to-basics on playing with fire.
Aldo Zilli and Silvena Rowe create sausage rolls for the Brough Annual Agricultural Show.
Aldo Zilli and Silvena Rowe end their road trip in Muker in the Yorkshire Dales.
Valerie and Tom's friends are coming over for movie night! Valerie's cooking up a quick and easy menu which includes crab boil sliders, s'mores popcorn, lemon dijon potato salad and more.
Valerie comes to the rescue by preparing the perfect supper for an injured friend, which includes marinated olives, manicotti with Italian sausage, Tuscan kale salad with anchovy dressing and more.
Valerie Bertinelli hosts an American football party with friends and family. The menu includes slow cooker sloppy joe sliders, homemade potato chips and a sweet tea and lemonade lager.
Valerie Bertinelli and her husband, Tom, are hosting friends from Ohio, and Valerie plans a meal to dig into while they play euchre. The menu includes everything snack mix, three bean turkey chilli and broccoli carrot salad.
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.
Soups can be delicious, hearty meals. Ina is making two of her favourites, so when good friend Frank tells her he has some friends in town, Ina decides to road test her recipes!
First stop is India, with Mulligatawny soup for sharing with a friend. Then, for a solo meal, Thai beef with peppers. For dinner with the family, it's off to Italy for chicken piccata and buttery lemon parsley noodles.
Ree Drummond whips up an Italian meatloaf, before a no-bake mac and four cheeses, served with a simple green salad. Finally, Ree concocts some yummy slice cookies and ice cream sundaes for some mother-son bonding time.
Charm City Cakes is gearing up for wedding season - one of their busiest times of the year. A local couple is having a 'disaster' themed housewarming party, so they want a cake that's shaped as the Titanic, with a plane crash.
The main cake this week is a replica of a row house in the Hampden neighbourhood for an 80-year-old woman, so Duff decides to take the staff on a field trip. The Charm City staff just might have more ink than any other bakery anywhere.
A helicopter company commissions a cake that gets Buddy and the gang in a spin. Plus, the team must make the ultimate wedding-themed powdered donut cake!
Buddy makes a giant hot dog cake for a famous 4th of July hot dog eating contest. Joe tries making a pork belly cake filling for a BBQ pit master’s order.
Jamie talks about how to grow onions, and uses them to make a fresh cheese and onion salad.
Jamie makes the juiciest pork chop with roasted carrots and beets and an exciting dish with foil-roasted smoked beetroots, beef and a cottage cheese dressing.
TV judge Alesha Dixon is in the cafe with Jamie and they cook-up a spicy prawn dish. Jamie gives a salmon en croute a new twist and Jimmy goes wild for truffles.
Ree cooks up four sensational 16-minute meals for summer. On the menu is coriander lime salmon, a Greek feast to-go, perfect pasta with pesto and peas, and super-fast courgette noodles for a solo summertime supper.
Ree cooks up a storm with chicken, chicken and more chicken! She demonstrates the benefits of bulk buying with three fantastic dishes: slow cooker chicken and broccoli, chicken pie and chicken kale caesar salad.
Ree and her daughter Paige reminisce over an afternoon tea for two. On the menu are divine ham and leek mini quiches, garden spread finger sandwiches, lemon raspberry tarts, mini doughnut muffins and fancy hot chocolate.
It's boxing night, so Ree's running her sons to town for practice. She bakes them fruity granola chocolate chip cookies and prepares a knockout dinner of Italian sloppy joes, garlic toast and a fabulous lemon meringue pie.
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.
Everyone loves potatoes and Jamie is no exception. He enthuses about these underground jewels and makes the perfect potato salad using freshly dug, wonderful new potatoes at their best.
With peppers and chillies on the menu, Jamie makes a delicious spicy pork goulash using a variety of ingredients from the capsicum family.
Ree Drummond serves up her favourite pasta dishes from over the years. She makes family-friendly Skillet Chicken Lasagna, a meal kit for Spinach Alfredo Pasta Bake, Pasta Ai Quattro Formaggi and make-ahead Cheesy Sausage Rigatoni.
Ree cooks up a celebration dinner for her husband's birthday. There are delicious chili cheese burgers, crisp thin fries, a cowboy-friendly wedge salad and a towering yellow cake with a chocolate buttercream frosting.
Meat's the theme of this week's trip, and Guy finds a few spots to call paradise. In Colorado Springs, he has a killer Jamaican goat curry and jammin' jerk chicken. In Baltimore, he goes to a funky beer bar with wild boar sliders.
On this trip, Guy's getting down-home eats. In Pleasantville, NJ, he chows down on chicken and waffles, while in Baltimore, he gets coconut cream French toast and crab cake po' boys. Lastly, in Colorado, a 'sloppy pig' sandwich.
At an intoxicating spice market, Reza Mahammad learns about the vast array of Indian spices - and how aroma and flavours come together to create the best tasting dishes.
Reza Mahammad travels to Rajsamand and meets a royal family steeped in history at the enchanting Deogarh Mahal. The family shares their home, stories and ancient recipes dating back over 400 years.
See Adam take on a five-pound barbecue burrito challenge at Sweet P's BBQ in Knoxville.
Adam Richman heads to Ann Arbor, Michigan, home of the Michigan Wolverines.
This trip Guy rolls in for old school classics and something a little different.
In San Francisco, one of Guy's favourite ocean-side spots serves up fresh Dungeness crab; in Reno, a neighborhood café does scratch-made granola; and in Charlotte, whole turkeys are not roasted, but boiled.