Alton Brown stops to get his favorite boxed lunch; Chef Tregaye Fraser visits a drive-in for a slice of cake; Jeff Mauro shares the oldest pedigree of Chicagoan cuisine; Alex Guarnaschelli slips into a food coma over pigs in a blanket.
Carla Hall shows off beautiful beets from Michigan; Molly Yeh reveals the surprise inside the ultimate breakfast muffin; Aaron Sanchez shares his warm cookies and milk; Alton Brown talks about his favorite dish at Destroyer in Los Angeles.
Divulging the secrets of Vegas cuisine; the double ribeye at SW Steakhouse; the langoustine at L'Atelier Joel Robechon; drunken noodles from Wazuzu; the Gambler's Special surf and turf at Mr. Lucky's 24/7.
Alex Guarnaschelli names the dish that resulted in her being born; Fanny Slater explains why she wouldn't get married without catfish and grits; Jonathon Sawyer discusses how one dish changed the lives of over 200 inmates.
Dream-worthy oysters at Hog Island; the pork bun at Yank Sing; the souffle at Cafe Jacqueline; the strudel at Schmidt's; the pain au chocolat at Tartine.
San Diego may be the land of sun, surf and fun, but it's also home to some of the best dining spots around; a bacon burger at Hodad's; chilaquiles at Mexican hotspot Talavera; peanut butter spread at Spread; chocolate cake at Extraordinary Desserts.
Justin Brunson shares where he gets his favorite meatballs; Monti Carlo digs into her heritage and discovers the best chicharron in Los Angeles; Bobby Flay doesn't joke around when it comes to meat, so he reveals the steak he says is the best around.
Alton Brown talks up his favorite beef Wellington; Jamika Pessoa melts over buttery biscuits; Beau MacMillan Tratto's pasta in Phoenix is worth waiting for; Duff Goldman is okay with waiting in line at this special hot chicken joint.
Velselka's borscht in the East Village; smoked herring on the Upper West Side; hand pulled noodles in Chinatown; Cuban grilled corn at Cafe Habana in SoHo; Motorino's special round slice of pizza.
Heading to New Orleans for some seriously delicious, world-renownd food; Po' Boys at Johnny's; Drago's amazing oysters; Muffaletta at Domilises; gumbo at Dooky Chase's; pastries at Cafe Beignet.
Crab cakes at Dahlia; pizza at Serious Pie; Raclette at Le Pichet; from the donuts at Lola and the rhubarb sorbet in Kirkland's Cafe Juanita to Fran's best chocolate bars, Seattle's got the West Coast covered when it comes to sweets.
Enjoying delicious food in Philadelphia; featuring pasta at Vetri; mashed potatoes at Parc; crepes at Creperie Beau Monde; Mexican tiramisu at Lolita; Philly cheesesteak at Tony Luke's; the Junkyard Special at Sarcone's Deli.
From classics like the Boston Cream Pie to sticky buns that'll sway one's loyalties, viewers are taken on a tour of the best that New England has to offer; trying the Szechuan sliced fish in Chinatown; tasting the ultimate roast chicken in Cambridge.
The brisket at North Main BBQ bowls customers over with its world-famous brisket; visiting Babe's to satisfy crunchy cravings with their fried chicken; sampling the Pecan Ball at Cafe Pacific and the classic fruitcake at Collins Bakery.
From sweet deals on steak dinners at The Butchershop, to the guilty pleasure of indulgent surf and turf at Iris, Memphis will have customers singing with joy; finding delicious barbecue at Rendezvous in the form of a pulled pork sandwich.
Experiencing the famous French dip at Phillipe's; the chicken and waffles at a local favorite called Roscoe's; discovering some of the best tacos in a truck; experiencing a crave-worthy chili dog that comes straight from a train.
Touring the Mid-Atlantic and sampling crab cakes in Baltimore; trying paella in Washington, D.C.; visiting Chap's Pit Beef; tasting a chocolate, marshmallow, peanut creation called the CMP at Woodberry Kitchen; enjoying Baltimore's own bomb pie.
Miami cuisine, from stone crabs at Joe's, to the lamb shank at Sardinia; Fratelli La Bufala turns out pillowy calzones; Ola offers a pear granita; a trifecta of treats at Michaels Genuine and the chocolate peanut butter s'more from Prime 112.
Exploring Atlanta's food, from barbecued rib tips and top-secret burgers to angry mussels; a guide to some of Atlanta's most popular places; Atlanta native Alton Brown takes viewers to some of his favorite spots and divulges locals-only secrets.
Indulging in Chicago foods with Gino's deep dish pizza, the pork rinds at Publican, and the classic Chicago Dog at Weiner Circle; enjoying Chicago's white chocolate goodies.
Coconut gold bars; traditional fruit cake; Rose Petal Petit Fours; bacon.
Crispy Peking duck; roasted quail; turkey stuffed with a duck and a chicken.
Fried brains; duck tongue tacos; spleen sandwich; BBQ pig tails.
Macaroons; blintzes; spicy chili rellenos.
A burger smothered in slaw; lasagna sandwich; bread with chocolate.
Beignets; bread pudding; banana cream pie; fresh taffy.
BBQ fried chicken; hot dog with 50 topping choices; apple pie smothered in caramel.
Handmade pasta; frito pie; cotton candy; pizza.
A waffle of "massive deliciousness"; an ice cream called the "Salty Pimp."
Roasted, toasted ravioli; crispy fried pickles.
Truffled egg toast; Reuben egg rolls; foot high lemon meringue pie; strawberry souffle.
Raclette; fig-laced foie gras; caramelized cake with crepes and cream.
Homemade fudge vanilla sundae; Torte de gelato; ice cream sandwich.
Oysters Rockefeller; chopped salad; double burger.
Chili spiced apple pie; roast pheasant; lobster mashed potatoes.
The best food in Sin City from pasta, tamales and Thai food to a mouth watering $100 rib eye steak.
Chefs discuss which restaurant cooks their one dish they cook well better.
Smoked oysters with tea leaves; hickory smoked turkey; smoked pork ribs; smoked sashimi.
Best versions of the classic finger lickin' dish, fried chicken.
Spaghetti and meatballs; biscuits and gravy; fish and chips; chicken and waffles.
Food Network stars reveal their favorite foods, and talk about what's on their plates when they aren't the ones behind the stove.
Tastes like eggs Benedict but looks nothing like it; inside-out fish tacos; cheesecake on a tree.
Chocolate french toast; hot sage sausages in waffle batter; chilaquiles; crab cakes.
Food Network stars share the dishes they love that are best served cold.
Nitrogen-frozen fruit pops; cheese-injected tomatoes; caramel apple; corn dog.
Juicy prime rib; sweet butter tarts; rack of pork.
The "Plague Bringer" burger; garlic with shrimp, soup or popcorn; garlic sausage.
Tagliatelle pasta with white truffles; banana split; decadent chocolate cake; juicy pot roast.
Pulled turkey sandwich with white BBQ sauce; sweet potato cheesecake; dumpling with yam puree.
Drunken noodles with sauce; king crab tempura; shredded beef.
Incredible cakes that are flourless and red velvet to cream-filled and chocolate-layered.
Pulled pork wrapped in pasta; bacon-wrapped pork chops; salami and melted cheese wrapped in crispy pastry.
Brisket, corned beef; Reuben with a twist; torpedo-sized hoagie.
Peanuts in a white chocolate pretzel spread; walnuts in caramel and chocolate; crushed almond macaroons.
French onion soup; crispy pepper pizza; salt-encrusted fish; coconut cake; classic Chicago dog.
Free Philly cheesesteak; four-course chef's tasting menu; surf and turf for less.
Gin blossoms to chocolate sodas; grapefruit margaritas to herbacious mojitos.
Pizza; crispy fried chicken; juicy duck; pasta; sweet smoky BBQ pork.
Ollieberry pie; charcuterie plate; southern-style fried green tomatoes.
Spicy crab; Cajun-style jambalaya pasta.
Sweet candied oranges dipped in chocolate; green papaya; tropical guavas wrapped in flaky pastry.
Pasta in a tomato sauce; hanger steak smothered in spicy peanut mole sauce; linguini with clams; toffee pudding with caramel.
Favorite dishes from Tyler Florence, Sunny Anderson, Ted Allen; Hawaiian pork dish, super sized sizzling bacon.
Spicy chili; creamy, tender gnocchi; incredible hand-pulled noodles.
Crispy calamari; French onion soup in a dumpling form.
American classic burgers ranging from lamb to the original.
Fruit-filled homemade breakfast pastry; peanut butter and jelly doughnuts; chocolate mousse; tangerine creamsicles.
Shrimp po' boy; lobster feast; cheese steak.
Roast chicken; sticky buns; seafood.
Mongolian pork chops; Southern rib tips; scallops.
Unexpected food combinations.
Food Network stars reveal their guiltiest pleasures.
The Food Network stars share their favorite classic dishes.
Alton Brown, Duff Goldman, Tyler Florence and Claire Robinson unwrap their favorite chocolate delights.
Food Network stars share their favorite snacks.
Leg of beast; roast suckling pig; lamb shank; tri-tip sandwiches.
Food Network stars reveal eight salty dishes guaranteed to please.
The ultimate soup and sandwich; a burger that defies gravity; "better-than-grandma's" lasagna; souffle.
Food Network stars reveal the best thing they've ever eaten in their hometowns.
Food Network stars share their best holiday dishes.
Delicacies that Duff, Tyler Florence and Sandra Lee wish they had thought of.
Favorite hand-sized treats.
Michael Symon, Guy Fieri and Aaron McCargo Jr.
Food Network stars give their personal take on where to find the best pizza.
Food Network stars talk about the foods they love to start their day with.
Chefs reveal dishes they are obsessed with.
Giada, Duff and Sandra share their favorite sweets.
Food Network stars talk about their favorite recipes made with bacon.
Food Network stars reveal the best barbecue they've ever eaten.
Food Network stars talk about their favorite fried foods.