Pizza gets a whole new look as Al makes a pizza ordered by the inch. Comfort food made by Mom. Al learns how grilled cheese is taken to a new level. Bostons best chefs are competing with food for a good cause.
Al makes comfort food with a fresh and seasonal twist. Ann Byrne is baking inventive cupcakes made from mixes. Authentic Italian gelato comes to sunny Florida, and one woman in Washington DC traded in a career in aerospace to make down home cooking
Old fashioned pickles get a dash of cherry, wasabi, and hibiscus. One Indiana native brings his hometown barbeque know-how to Washington D.C. A small town Wisconsin chocolate shop gets whisked away to Las Vegas. One farmer turn baker has changed her life for the love of the cookie.
Step into Brooklyns Picket Fence and into the world of Norman Rockwell. The spirit of the old west is alive and kickin at Colorados Buckhorn Exchange. Attention?Military foods come a long way, Sir! Cooking isnt just for grown ups anymore this teens catering company is turning heads
This writer collects recipes from grandmothers worldwide. At this apple orchard in Georgia, theyve made frying up fruit pies a family tradition. Als dropping by the kitchen of master pastry chef Pichet Ong. And, well enjoy a spot of tea with two friends who love collecting antiques.
One foot in the door of this Connecticut restaurant and youre immediately transported to the south. This womans southern cakes may be tiny, but her sweet confections are the center of a local legend. Als making a visit to a Cincinnati restaurant to learn the art of frying the perfect piece of chicken. Sweet buttermilk pie is being served at this "shabby chic" Virginia tea room
Als visiting an authentic Italian chef whose new twist "Italian sushi" is taking New Yorkers by storm. Were headed to the dairy state to check out a small town drive-in. Next up, New York Cheesesteak. And finally, the Cake Walk at Grand Central Station is sure to be a hit with New Yorks brides to be.
Als headed to Baltimore to meet up with an accomplished baker and welder whos doing some outrageous things with cakes. Meet Sheelah Stepkin whos putting a whole new spin on cooking classes. Chef David Burke will show Al how cooking with sea salts can put a gourmet twist on any dish. Grab a cold brew and a rack of ribs its time to barbeque.
Trick or Treat! Al heads to Denver to make Halloween candy the old fashioned way. Well go trick-or-treating in New Jersey to meet a woman whos known for her famous chocolate and caramel covered specialties. Al learns the art of a Halloween Death-By-Chocolate cake in Sin City. And two friends out of Boston are changing the shape of things with their spooky smores.
Al meets two bakers that roll out the red carpet for red velvet cake. Theres a reason Wisconsin is known as the diary state - its real frozen custard made by hand out of a retro gas station. Al learns all about an Italian delicacy called torrone. And Tex-Mex has never had it so good!
Al’s headed downtown to bring out his inner Dominican diva. Al's making sweet fruit even sweeter with some rich Saint Louis chocolate. Speaking of the sweet stuff, ever had a chocolate pyramid? At this candy store in Chatham, NY, chocolate’s got a whole new look. These kids are screaming for ice cream at this celebrity-filled sundae competition
Al's headed down to Soho to help two yoga buffs who opened their own Chutney shop. This Chicago hot dog isn’t your regular dog – it’s a superdawg. Al’s off the Brooklyn to meet up with the Cake Raven. We’re headed up to Maine to meet the woman who’s been putting a new spin on some classic pies.
Als headed to a raw food restaurant in Union Square where nothings cooked above 118 degrees. Check out this Chicago hangout thats serving up tapas with an international flare. Pizza Delivery! Als looking to grab a bite on the road with a Connecticut man who opened his own pizza shop on wheels. Youll never look at brownies the same way again after you taste these babies straight from Maine.
We'll meet some people who are directly connected to the food they grow and cook. Al's going to be making his own mozzarella in CT. In Maine, Al learns all about unusual salads, and there's a real estate developer in NJ who really does live off the land.