At Vinny's Pizzeria in Boulder City, Willie Degel saves an owner who isn't making money. Vinny has been in the pizza business since childhood, but despite his experience he can't figure out what's wrong.
Guy Fieri rolls in for a world of flavour. In Phoenix, there's a joint where five sisters are cranking out authentic Mexican tacos. And in San Francisco, a little Italian place makes grandpa's bolognese and clams with linguine.
Guy checks out some places keeping the feel of the past alive. In Idaho, big plates are being dished up, from burgers to steak. In Portland, there's an old-time lunch counter where folks love the grilled cheese and home made tomato soup.
Guy rolls out to some joints doing comfort food their way. In Arizona, a Paris-trained chef is doing ham steak with red eye gravy. In San Francisco, a pastry chef has folks lining up for chili cheddar cornbread and pumpkin oatmeal pancakes.
Guy's in Oklahoma City, and meets a couple doing soul food. In Dallas, a family home turned restaurant, where mum herself is still making tamales. And in LA, a Polish joint is serving the favourites, from pierogis to stuffed cabbage.
Running a store isn't easy, and Ina should know - she ran a deli for 20 years. Ina suggests a French-inspired menu of Provencal soup, seafood and coconut madeleines for dessert as a staff thank you.
Chef Anna Olson bakes up three of her favourite warm desserts. These treats are perfect to serve when the air outside turns a bit chilly.
Chef Anna Olson shares some of her favourite recipes for festive cookies and treats. With Anna’s help, you will be set for your next festive cookie exchange.
Giada De Laurentiis is inspired by her recent trip to Thailand to create an exotic dinner at home. The menu features Thai curry, naked spring rolls and a sweet Thai iced tea.
Giada heads into Sorrento to stock up on essential Italian ingredients, then returns home to prepare a light meal inspired by the local goods.
Nancy Fuller is hosting a canning party for the ladies, in honour of one of her favourite pastimes. She heads over to the local Hudson Valley apple orchard to pick some fresh apples for the event.
Nancy Fuller is having a weekend with the grandkids jam-packed with food and fun. They're making grilled meatloaf sandwiches, Nancy's grandma's potato salad, and a berry fruit cobbler with fresh whipped cream that will rock your world.
Ree Drummond's whipping up 16-minute meals from breakfast to dinner. On the menu: croissant French toast with maple whipped cream, grilled chicken and strawberry salad wrap, pawhuska cheese-steaks and apple peanut butter delight.
Ree's cooking up a takeout treat for her girls, making a surprise dinner of their favourite Chinese food, complete with cream cheese wontons, sticky orange chicken, beef with broccoli and stir-fried chow mein.
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.
Elena tunes up her music skills by making a unique bass guitar for a client with a special story. Erica is overwhelmed with the challenges of doing a cake for the Mummers in Philadelphia, while Duff, Geof and Mary head up to New York.
Duff and Ben whip up the craziest video game star ever... the Big Red Squig, and then meet some gaming fans. Geof's Pinto cake starts leaking fluid and Katie has trouble seeing straight as she does a cake for a video tribute at the museum.
It’s all gone mini as the team creates an amazing doll's house out of cake. Grace is determined to decorate the cake for Joe’s 50th birthday.
Buddy makes a giant duck cake for a Rubber Ducky Race by a local river. Plus, Lisa, organises a hip hop dance class with daughter Sofia.
Chef Anna Olson proves the holiday season is the best time of year to bring out the impressive desserts, and she shares three of her all-time favourite recipes.
Chef Anna Olson explores the delicious world of lemon cakes. After chocolate and vanilla, lemon cakes are the most popular and Anna shares three delicious recipes.
On the menu are rosemary chicken, grilled polenta and porcini tomato sauce, plus Happy Cow Burgers, old-school coleslaw and corn on the cob.
Jamie cooks sticky squid balls, grilled prawns and noodle broth, plus sausage fusilli and creamy garden salad.
It's Ladd's birthday and while it's business as usual on the ranch, Ree's conjuring up a fabulous birthday dinner with all of his favourite foods.
Ree's swapping kids for a sleepover with her best friend Hyacinth. The girls go to Hyacinth's and the boys come to Ree's where it's a boy-friendly breakfast for dinner and a dinner for breakfast.
Ree's mum and sister are staying on the ranch for the weekend and the women are conjuring up family recipes and food they love. There's a fabulous pasta dinner with seafood and a casual easy salad lunch the next day.
It's a tale of three breakfasts on the ranch. For breakfast on the run, Ree's making tender scones; to celebrate her father-in-law's birthday, there's eggs Benedict with breakfast potatoes; and finally, hearty breakfast burritos.
Jamie is in Venice, getting away from the tourist traps and cooking up some spaghetti vongole, an amazing risotto, and a perfect Venetian tiramisu.
The final stop on Jamie's tour is a Navajo Indian reservation in Arizona, where he encounters America's oldest cuisine and explores Navajo rituals and traditions.
It's tequila all the way as Ree makes a meal using a whole bottle of tequila. On the menu is queso fundido con tequila, shrimp tortilla soup with a shot of the good stuff and berries with tequila cream. And a cocktail, of course.
Ree Drummond makes three of her best 16-minute chicken dinners, all with an Italian vibe. Lighter Chicken Parmesan has all the yumminess of the classic dish, and Chicken Piccata pairs perfectly with decadent Buttery Lemon Noodles.
Guy tries the best Las Vegas has to offer, from finger foods and killer ribs to Thai shrimp with sticky rice, as well as Italian and Bulgarian cuisine.
Monica and Jesse look for the cake that would reflect her love of horror movies and his state pride. Three bakers create Maryland Wedding Cake of Horrors.
Three bakers take on a challenge of creating a wedding cake that reflects the Indian heritage of the couple while telling their modern American love story.
Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream - Triple D style: he visits the Virginia drive-in where they say their founder invented the waffle cone in the early 1900s and they're still making them by hand today.
Guy heads for three great diners recommended by viewers: in Baltimore, a gleaming, family-run place with a huge menu ranging from burgers to goulash to home-made Shrimp Creole.
Guy's headin' to some joints going all-in on some classic comfort foods. In Chicago, he visits a burger joint with Asian flair proudly serving all things umami.
This trip, Guy's slammin' on the brakes for some enticing eats. In Memphis, a neighbourhood gastropub serving eclectic dishes like duck fried rice and homemade popcorn.