This trip, Guy's goin' for the meat in the middle. He encounters homemade rub and bbq sauce, fried puffy tacos stuffed with chicken and burgers like bison with blueberry bbq sauce.
This trip, Guy's travelling the world of feel good food. There are all time favourites - mofongo, homemade focaccia and stuffed meatballs, cajun meatloaf and Southern fried chicken.
The Pomona Golf and Country Club in Egg Harbor City, New Jersey, is a nine-hole golf course and clubhouse that has been run by three cousins for the past decade. Robert Irvine must come up with a new business plan to save it from the trap.
After trying a barbecue sauce from a competing restaurant that tastes exactly like his, Terry, the owner of Cooper's Old Time Pit Barbecue in Texas calls the Mystery Diners to investigate.
When Francesco, owner of Zio Cecio in Dallas, starts hearing rave reviews about Tex-Mex food being served in his Italian restaurant, he calls in Charles to investigate.
TR is having house guests for the weekend and Ina is helping him stock up his fridge. While he shops, she creates chicken pot pie, wheatberry salad, split pea soup and a tomato sandwich for herself.
Chef Anna Olson demonstrates the versatility of toffee. She uses the fundamentals of toffee to create three fabulous sweet treats.
Chef Anna Olson explores the fundamentals of pudding. She then makes three different styles of pudding, including individual pudding tarts.
It's Halloween and Giada is creating spooky treats for the kids to enjoy at her festive backyard party - pumpkin, maple and bacon cheesecake, witch finger cookies and chocolate-fig black hats.
Giada De Laurentiis and her husband Todd host a glamorous casino night party inspired by Giada's recent trip to Monte Carlo.
Nancy and her friend Jeanne are out skeet shooting, and meet a local who's been duck hunting. He shares some of his duck-hunting catch in exchange for a dinner invite.
Nancy is hosting a murder mystery farmhouse dinner with some friends on Halloween. She makes garlicky chicken parmesan, green broccoli cauldron soup, blood red velvet cake and hemlock cocktails for the party.
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.
While the family are working the bulls, Ree is making them a rib-sticking meal. There's strawberry lemonade to refresh them when they get in, and then scalloped potatoes and ham with a side of lemony green beans for them to feast upon.
Ree Drummond is stocking the fridge with some make-ahead dishes for a cocktail party.
It's Ree Drummond and her husband Ladd's anniversary, so to celebrate she's cooking a meal for the whole family. She prepares a Colorado wedge salad, prime rib for five with chimichurri and rustic country bread with honey butter.
The cake crew turns out a tiki cake for a wedding anniversary/birthday.
Elena creates a stunning replica of Boba Fett's spaceship.
The sky’s the limit! Buddy creates a beautiful butterfly cake for a local zoo. Meanwhile, the team gets an order for the US Air Force. Will it take off?
Buddy and the team make a giant cake to mark the release of a rescued sea turtle. Meanwhile, Grace delivers a cake on roller skates!
Chef Anna Olson loves cheese bread. She bakes up three different and delicious styles, proving cheese and bread are a match made in heaven.
Chef Anna Olson shares her three favourite recipes for no-bake treats. These are the perfect treats to whip up when you don’t want to turn the oven on.
Giada hosts a Valentine's Day dinner party around a long dining room table filled with friends. The indulgent dishes include a cheese ravioletti in pink sauce, Italian Wellington and chocolate hazelnut fondue.
Giada hosts a party for friends featuring her favourite decadent ingredient: chocolate. The menu includes spicy coq au vin chocolate, eat-your-heart-out pizza, dark chocolate macaron cake and hazelnut coffee martinis.
Ree cuts down on the cleanup by making four one-pot recipes using a non-stick skillet, a multi-pasta pot, a Dutch oven and an old kitchen favourite.
Ree's busy working on a mum-made lunch for her father-daughter duo on the farm that includes a classic cowboy quiche, a berry-tastic raspberry lemonade freezer pie and more!
It's a recipe showdown as Ree shares awesome football food inspired by her college rival daughters.
Ree Drummond's sharing recipes from her pizza place in town. For takeout with a difference, she makes foolproof pizza dough, garlic butter and a no-cook pizza sauce and uses them for her signature pie, Pizza Ree-a.
As his time in Rotherham draws to a close, Jamie needs to make sure his campaign will work without him. He wants his new recruits to hold Pass It On street parties.
Jamie tries the rodeo, campfire cooking, Rocky Mountain oysters, and a night sleeping under the stars in Wyoming, to find out if the cowboys he loved as a kid still exist.
There's a new baby on the ranch, so Ree's making a new-mum care package full of dishes she was given and plenty of pampering goodies. She includes brisket, funeral potatoes, angel food cake and fruit salad with honey and thyme.
Ree picks her favourite spicy and snappy 16-minute meals from over the years. On the menu - Tex Mex Rice, curry soup, cheesesteaks and fried cauliflower.
If there’s one thing Guy could eat all day, it’s Italian food. He runs down some of his favourites, including tortellini, bresaola, and polenta with porcini sauce.
Roger checks out some of the most delicious sausages, pork ribs, crawfish, spice-rubbed chicken and meaty baked beans at barbecue smokehouses in Nashville.
Roger puts the pedal to the metal on a 'Rotisserie Bike' in Great Barrington, MA, and cooks up a Filipino-Mexican feast on a lean mean chicken machine in San Francisco.
Pittsburgh has Ali Khan flipping over some cheesy pancakes, and battles a sub that might beat the classic Philly cheesesteak. He discovers the secrets to Pittsburgh's best pretzels and finishes the day at one of the city's hottest new spots.
Ali Khan hits the ground running in Richmond, Virginia, at a bakery that puts a spicy twist on a traditional Southern biscuit. Then he heads to a diner for a curry-inspired, country omelet before brewing up a chocolate cake with coffee.
Guy's tasting authentic Mexican street food favourites like butternut squash tostadas, fresh oysters Rockefeller and waffles filled with bacon and an old school pfannekuchen from a decades-old recipe.
Guy tries pies with totally homemade toppings, a unique crepe-filled lasagna, citrus orange glazed pancakes and innovative benedicts and melt-in-your-mouth pork belly sandwiches.