Take a trip to France with Ariane Daguin. Visit the organic poultry farms, and cook up Poule au Pot. Chef Daguin will take her daughter to an auction of ducks and foie gras and they prepare a fall dinner for two. Ariane ends her trip with an vineyard dinner where only a select few will feast.
Chef and cookbook author, Mai Pham, takes us on a culinary tour of her native country, Vietnam, where she lived until 1975. Her trip includes street food vendors in Saigon, royal cuisine in the ancient capital of Hue, and a family reunion in the Mekong Delta
Cookbook author Maya Kaimal travels to the spice coast of Southern India for a colorful Indian New year with her family in Kerala. Taste the spicy seafood specialties prepared on a traditional houseboat as Maya cruises through the beautiful backwaters.
Cat Cora, chef and restaurateur, heads to Skopelos Island in Greece to learn more about her family and Greek traditions. She arrives just in time for a festive Easter celebration and learns how to make foods fit for the occasion.
Michele Bernstein of Azul Restaurant in Miami visits her family's country, Argentina. Her adventure includes searching for empanadas in Buenos Aires with her mother, a curanto feast in the mountains and lakes of Patagonia, and Argentine cattle rustling.
Host of Food Network's Food 911, Tyler Florence retraces his Southern roots on a road trip through South Carolina. BBQ in the mountains, coastal water fishing in the low country and a visit to the Gullah community for taste of Southern history.
Chocolatier Jacques Torres returns to picture-perfect Provence where he was raised on pastries, the fruits of the sea, and the beautiful bounty of sun-kissed fruits, vegetables and herbs.
Watch Rocco DiSpirito, executive chef of Union Pacific in New York City, explore his roots in Italy. From pizza, pasta, mozzarella, and a family reunion, he discovers more than he even imagined.
Rafih is the chef and owner of Imperial Fez in Atlanta, GA. Let Rafih guide you through the chaotic alleyways of the Marrakesh markets filled with pyramids of olives and spices. At night, he'll show you the best food stalls for the best Moroccan eats, and then cooks up a fabulous feasts.
We?ll visit chef Ulrika Bengtsson's family at their summer cottage for a traditional midsummer night?s feast. Ulrika reunites with her mentor and together they cook up some new recipes.