Pat and Gina Neely visit Rex's Outrageous, in Richmond, VT, for their Road Crew Crunch, a delicious blend of peanuts, pretzels and cereals drenched in chocolate, that Pat just couldn't keep his hands off of. And great news: they can ship any of their 11 flavors right to your door.
Market Bar-B-Que met the Neelys’ high Southern standards for delicious barbecue. The family-owned and-run restaurant is the only barbecue spot in town that smokes all its meats exclusively over wood in a brick pit. Gina Neely summed up the results perfectly: "mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm!"
On Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys, Pat and Gina uncover the Beehive Cheese Co., Uintah, UT, creating unique and unusual cheeses, like the SeaHive, hand-rubbed with wildflower honey and Redmond RealSalt.
On a road trip to Sun Valley, Idaho, Gina and Pat Neely discovered a tiny bit of Italian heaven: candied orange peels dipped in chocolate. Cristina prides herself on her Tuscan roots, and the menu's filled with Tuscan favorites, including margherita pizza and paninis served on fresh-baked bread.
Pat and Gina, hosts of Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys, sample the incredible Applewood Smoked Trout from Sun Valley Smoked Trout at Hickey Foods, Inc., in Sun Valley, ID.
Pat and Gina, hosts of Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys, arrive at Azurelise, a gourmet chocolate shop making treats like the Darj Chocolate Julep Truffle in Raleigh, NC.
Pat and Gina Neely go to the Green Mountain State for the Maple Macaroons from Gesine's in Montpelier, VT, on Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys.
At Sweet Pea Bakery, in Bozeman, MT, Pat and Gina stop in for the Key Lime Torte and more delicious dessets, on Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys.
On Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys, Pat and Gina satisfy their sweet tooth with 'Smores and marshmallows in over 15 different flavors from Laura's Candy, in St. Peter, MN.
Look for decadent Sahagun chocolates, handmade by Portland, Ore., resident Elizabeth Montes, at local restaurants or in her online shop. Try the KA-POW! Coffee bar or the Oregon Kiss, made with hazelnut and milk chocolate. The Neelys say they "pop in your mouth."
Barbecue authorities Pat and Gina Neely may hail from Tennessee, but in North Carolina they know it's all about Ole Time Barbecue. Ole Time makes pork that's "tender as all get out," Pat says, with lots of wood and vinegar. Plus, the restaurant's signature Carolina pulled pork spends hours in the smoker before it's served up.
Pat and Gina visit Ames Farm, in Watertown, MN, to learn how they collect and produce fresh raw honey and bee pollen, on Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys.
When the Neelys bite into the Chambers Caramel Pecan Pound Cake at Big Momma's, Gina can’t help but dance. On The Best Thing I Ever Ate, they called the cake "absolutely delicious" for its signature caramel pecan topping that gets poured over a pound cake that's utterly melt-in-your-mouth.
On Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys, Pat and Gina samples chocolates, like the one of a kind Bananas Foster Truffle, made with Bananas and caramel flambeed with rum, at Christopher Elbow's Artisan Chocolates, in Kansas City, MO.
On Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys, Pat and Gina visit Carlsbad Gourmet, San Diego, CA, to sample the Strawberry Jalapeno Spread and Strawberry BBQ Sauce fresh from the fields.