Sunny heads to Brooklyn to meet Carmen, a lifelong baker, whose homemade Latin and Italian flavored cupcakes have lead to her own bakery, Brooklyn Cupcake. Sunny gets the recipe that started it all; the Latin inspired Tres Leches Cupcake, and also one of the biggest sellers at Brooklyn Cupcake; the Flan Cupcake. Then Sunny heads to Bellingham, Mass., to meet Steve, whose homemade Buffalo Wing Sauce is the talk of the town, and hundreds descend on his backyard for his monthly Wingfests parties to get a taste of Dirty Steve's Wings. He's revealing the secret recipe to Sunny for the first time ever.
Sunny's in Brooklyn to get the home recipe of Dave's Arancini al Ragu. Dave perfected his recipe for this Italian fried rice ball in Sicily, and now is the owner of Arancini Brothers. And while at the restaurant, Sunny gets Dave to reveal another recipe, the Bianco, Rosso Verde Arancini. Sunny then heads to Somers, N.Y. to meet Lucille, whose recipe for Swordfish Balls has been passed down in her family for 100 years and is a Christmas tradition.
Babycakes Food truck is the only pancake food truck in all of America, and Sunny heads to Chicago to meet the owner, Leah. She reveals her Rainbow Silver Dollar Pancakes that inspired the truck, and also shows Sunny her Strawberry Margarita and Sausage Apple Pancakes that sell like, well hotcakes. Then Sunny is on the Bethany, Conn., farm of Kathleen to get the homemade Pierogi recipe, which was passed down from her grandmother, that now hundreds flock to the farm to taste, alongside Kathleen's homemade Veggie Chili.
David's firehouse Buffalo Chicken Lasagna recipe is so amazing, thousands of firefighters across the country clamor for the recipe, and Sunny heads to River Grove, Ill., to get it! Then Sunny meets Jeneen of Queens, N.Y., to get the recipe for her Four-Layer Cheesecake that is so good, Jeneen, a singer/baker, sold it at her gigs around New York to raise money to cut her first album.
When Sunny heard about Mary's homemade Granola, she headed to Croton Falls, N.Y. to get the recipe. This homemade recipe is so amazing, that Mary has started her own company, Lola Granola, and is in contract with a national retailer to sell it. Then Sunny is in Norman, Okla., to get Caryn's Sassy Tailgate Slider recipe. After winning $25,000 with this homemade recipe she bought her own food truck and is now serving it and her Root Beer Pulled Pork Sandwich to the residents of Norman.
Mike from Marietta, Okla., has won more than 1,000 competitive cooking contests with his homemade BBQ Brisket. He's never given his secret recipe to anyone, until Sunny arrives. Sunny's favorite pie is her Grandmother Williams' Squash Pie. She's been eating it since she was a girl, but has never gotten the recipe until now. Sunny heads to her grandmother's kitchen in Fayetteville, N.C., where her Grandmother finally gives Sunny the recipe.