George looks at what America is eating for breakfast and comes up with some surprises. Can you cook an ostrich egg sunny side up? How can you tell the difference between a hard boiled egg and a raw one? Go to the carwash with George to find out! Did you ever try a chocolate sandwich for breakfast? George grills up his own tasty version. And how many times have you had pizza for breakfast? Wait until you try George's special breakfast pizza!
whos awake and eating in the middle of the night? George visits a 24 hour diner to play a very adventurous Meal of Fortune with some hungry late night patrons. Can you tell the difference between caf and decaf? George goes to the night shift at a hospital for the answer. Awake and hungry at home? George visits a supermarket at 3 am and stages a turkey bowling contest with frozen turkeys aimed at milk cartons. Plus, George whips up stay-awake Coffee Rice Krispie Treats for lucky New York cabbies, and makes Turkey Tetrazinni that's guaranteed to put you to sleep for the turkey bowling champs!
George offers a surprising new take on hot dogs, America's number one food in a bun. In Name That Meat, a wrong answer means drinking a shot of the hot dog water! George creates tasty variations on everyone's favorite appetizer--pigs in a blanket, and stages a Ham on the Street eating contest in Coney Island with contestants dressed as pigs in blankets eating pigs in a blanket! Finally George serves up Venezuelan hot dogs to Venezuelan baseball players delighted to find this hometown treat here in America.
George gives grilling the Ham on the Street treatment. In a grudge-match grill-off, two guys named George Foreman aim to settle the gas vs. charcoal feud once and for all. Then, its on to a protein-packed game of Name that Meatwith mystery burgers outside an OTB! Plus, Bubba comes over to grill up beer can chickenand some other surprise poultry. In Guess the Gadget, the handy shrimp butler is introduced to two skilled Japanese chefs--who then face off in a spirited game of Hibachi Hoops. Finally, George's mouthwatering Looli Kebabs are cooked to perfection on newspaper fueled grill!
George has a blast with Americas favorite dairy dessert. He makes warp-speed ice cream--with the help of a science teacher and plenty of liquid nitrogen! Cold Stone Creamery gets a visit from George, who learns about the art of custom ice cream and creates a few bizarre combos of his own. Then its out of the deep freeze and into the boiling oil--as George learns the secrets of Mexican fried ice cream. And ice cream making becomes a sport when soccer players square off versus sanitation workers to see who makes the best ice cream. Plus George rounds up two judges named Ben and Jerry.
Ham on the Street gets back to natureas George goes camping. The comforts of home hit the trail as George uses his gas powered blender to froth up smoothies for some surprised hikers. George's campsite neighbors test their jerky-tasting skills in a dehydrating game of Name That Meat. Then it's George's twist on an American camping classic, Nachos SMores. Finally, George organizes a farewell feast for his fellow campers--featuring beans that have simmered all day in an underground beanhole, and his open-fire orange cinnamon rolls for dessert.
George invades the world of free food. First, at the supermarket--where he transforms free samples into tasty grilled mini-sandwiches. Then George hits the street to see if people will eat boiled Brussels sprouts or the incredible, edible dandelion just because they're free! George challenges military vets to Name That M.R.E., and creates a unique Happy Hour Party Mix with scrounged bar snacks. Finally, can you really make soup from a stone? George shows how with the help of some generous neighbors!
Boy George takes a look at an American obsessionchocolate! Will passing chocoholics be able to resist the lure of a delectable layer cake George has left unattended on a street corner? The camera sees all! Next, George sets up a chocolate fountain for a blind tasting of some unusual chocolate covered treats. Then, George takes his homemade gourmet truffles to the streetsurprising his tasters with the secret ingredient: goat cheese! Finally, its off to quiz the public on the connection between chocolate and romance... and serve up his sensuous chocolate soup to some lucky lovebirds who happen by.
George turns up the heat on the fastest food there is: microwave cuisine. Can passersby possibly resist microwave popcorn on a park bench? Next, George shares his secret for delicious Microwave Eggs Benedict with the desk jockeys in an office kitchen. At a local college, George shows the leaders of tomorrow how to make delicious brownies... in a microwave! Finally, can George make delicious Microwave Curried Chicken in less time than it takes a young HOTS intern to chase down a live chicken? Let's see!
George has some unexpected answers to a new life for leftovers. How will strollers in South Beach feel about George's leftover holiday turkey? You'll see! Let's play Follow that Food and see a bowl of Chinese rice transformed into a variety of tasty dishes. Can any container of leftover spaghetti survive a launch from a giant slingshot? Then George challenges shoppers to Name That Meat with pates made from different leftover meats. Finally, George shows how you can create a delicious Spanish meal form the contents of anyone's fridge!
What are the foods we eat when no one is watching? Is it raw cookie dough? George finds out when he offers it to mall shoppers. And did you know that you can make tiramisu with Twinkies? George heads to the diner to make deep-fried everything! But will people eat the unexpected combos? Can sunbathers in South Beach finish an entire spray can of whipped cream? Then George hits a fitness club to tempt patrons with his decadent fallen chocolate souffle. Eat it as you exercise the calories away!
George hits South Beach and delves into the world of exotic foods. He demonstrates passion fruit pulp-sucking 101 for astounded passersby. Gelateria customers are treated to George's Plantain Split Sundaes. George schools some senior citizens on how to open a prickly Pear and then shows us how to whip up some tasty Prickly Pear Sorbets. Kangaroo? Boar? Antelope? Alligator? George grills them up for a game of Name That Exotic Meat! Finally, George gathers the folks he's met along the way for a beach-side exotic buffet.
Can you really eat pizza-on-a-stick? George hits a local Miami pizzeria to find out. What tasty new fillings can get the corn dog treatment? Strollers try to guess what's inside. George enlists a sushi chef to help him realize a dream: sushi on a stick! Plus, even the stick is edible in George's grilled veggie kebabs--perfect for bathing beauties on rafts. George even makes his easy Caramel Apple Pie on a Stick! Finally, George treats some stick-thin South Beach models to an entire meal on a stick: Gnocchi and Meatballs with Insalata Caprese!