Guy's travelling the country searching for a taste of the South. In Vancouver, Southern staples are served with a twist, like the pulled pork pancakes with a side of Jack Daniels syrup.
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.
In Portland, Dennis is owner of Uncle Andy's Diner by day, stand-up comedian by night. To Robert Irvine's frustration, Dennis spends more time telling jokes to his customers than paying attention to the quality of the food.
Jamie and Francine, the owners of California's Sisley Italian Kitchen, believe their bookkeeper may be responsible for a revenue discrepancy, so Charles sends in the mystery diners to investigate.
Patrick, owner of Buster's Beach House in Long Beach calls Charles to investigate rumours that his executive chef is showing preferential treatment amongst the waiting staff.
Ina serves up a taste of the Hamptons as she whips up a delicious rare roast beef and horseradish sandwich, a Montauk seafood salad and plum raspberry crumble using only local produce.
Chef Anna Olson shares her favourite recipes for wholesome treats. From energy gems, to chocolate avocado mousse to skyr cheesecake, these treats are virtuous and delicious.
Chef Anna Olson gets creative with Halloween baking. She conjures up three different spooky treats sure to please kids of all ages.
In this episode, Giada De Laurentiis puts her spin on three dishes from some of Los Angeles' most popular tourist attractions.
Giada makes four healthy recipes that may be low in fat and calories, but are full of amazing flavour.
Nancy Fuller is having a square dance in her barn with a feast of local food for the locals. After a trip to nearby Craryville to pick some beautiful flowers, she gets down to the cooking.
Nancy and her husband David are celebrating their wedding anniversary. She's surprising him with a scrumptious meal and he's surprising her with a hot air balloon ride.
Ree Drummond's doing some cowgirl catering as she pitches in with the family, bringing them a delicious breakfast and then serving up a fabulous lunch.
Ree Drummond tours a local kitchen store while gathering some favourite tools for a wedding gift. As she gathers the goodies, she shares the great dishes she'll make with each.
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.
Charm City Cakes is home to its first proposal ever captured on camera. A couple arrives from Ohio and the groom-to-be pops the question with a giant fortune cookie cake.
CCC creates a perfect replica of the Philadelphia Eagles' stadium and then delivers it to a bar mitzvah accompanied by Swoop, the Eagles' mascot.
Buddy and the crew create a giant taco cake for National Taco Day. And an artistic 9-year-old’s designs are included in her alien birthday cake.
It’s smiles all around at the bakery when the team makes a giant tooth cake. And the team creates a masquerade-themed cake for a 16th birthday.
Chef Anna Olson shares her secrets for the ultimate Halloween party desserts. These three desserts are so good they’re scary.
Chef Anna Olson combines sweet and savoury to make three delicious desserts. She demonstrates that when you put these two sensations together, it can be magic.
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.
Award-winning blogger and bestselling cookbook author Ree Drummond comes to Food Network and shares her special brand of home cooking, from throw-together suppers to elegant celebrations.
Ree Drummond is preparing for a party by making a tasty lineup of low-carb appetisers. Her menu includes sausage stuffed mushrooms, make-ahead courgette roll ups, baked brie a la Ree and jalapeno cheese crisps.
Ree plans a cowboys and cowgirls lunch at the lodge. She slams pop pulled-pork in the oven to slow cook and fits in some photography for her blog before putting the final touches on a well-earned lunch for the entire crew.
Ree hasn't been to the store in weeks and she's still got another day to go before she can hit town. Over the next 24 hours, she dips into her trusty staples to whip up some fabulous food from what she can find in her pantry and freezer.
Jamie travels to Andalucia, where he trains with some young bullfighters, makes paella for a whole village, and cooks rabbit stew with some hunters.
Jamie goes hunting for alligators and cooks gumbo in Louisiana. He also helps a local eatery get back on its feet again just weeks after Hurricane Gustav has wreaked havoc.
Ree hosts a viewer Q&A session starring slow cooker Mexican soup and killer kale salad. More cooking problems are solved with her mum's white bread, and Ree gets the third degree on time, family and her four-legged friends.
It's Ree Drummond against the clock with four of her best surf or turf 16-minute marvels. She makes Cilantro Lime Salmon, Ginger Steak Salad and Lighter Fried Pork Chops served with super fast white beans and spinach.
Many joints have a special way of keeping us up late and serving food well into the midnight hour. From dive bars to music venues to 24-hour spots, one thing these late night haunts have in common is great food at all hours.
Actor David Tennant joins the boys to learn how to make Croatian black risotto. Jamie Oliver prepares an epic Italian roast feast, while Jimmy Doherty makes sourdough bread.
Casey travels to Louisville, Kentucky, for some epic eats, including a booze-infused Southern staple and a one-of-a-kind spicy popcorn and frozen hot chocolate challenge in nearby Santa Claus.
Casey visits St Louis, Missouri, in search of the biggest and best the city has to offer. He encounters a four-pound meatball and tackles a New York-style pizza so massive he'll need the help of a partner to take it down.
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.
Guy's in Charleston, South Carolina, where Southern heritage meets culinary creativity at this Mom and Pop joint, with favourites like deep fried pork chops with sweet and spicy pepper jelly.