At Pike Street Market, Keith "catches" some fish for dinner. Then it's off to San Juan Island for REALLY fresh shellfish. Later, Keith learns some Native American history at Tillicum Village for salmon. Last, a trip to Cafe Vita for some Seattle coffee.
Join Keith to learn about Tahiti's French tropical lifestyle from Marche du Papeete along the waterfront to a Tahitian feast called a tamaaraa. Learn a fish recipe for poisson cru & a taro pudding. Plus, Bora Bora, that many consider is paradise on earth.
Keith teams up with a mushroom expert to search for some tasty fungus, visits an apple orchard, creates Apple Pesto Chicken Salad and Whitefish/Crayfish Salad, and learns how to make fudge.
It's an Outback discovery as Keith dives the Great Barrier Reef and hikes the rainforest--where green ants are on the menu! Our guide for the trips is an Aboriginal chief who unearths some of Australia's mysteries.
Keith views themusic capital from a pink Caddy. There's a trip to Elvis' favorite soda shop and old juke joints. Isaac Hayes shows us his "chef" skills, and French food with Southern flare at Bonne Terre. Last, Keith tries deep fried pie at Chucky's.
The markets, or mercados, of Guadalajara are Keith's goals, for some authentic Mexican food. Keith tries his hand at glassblowing in Tlaquepaque, before setting off for the home of Jose Cuervo, where he learns about the town and drink Tequila.
Keith bikes 400 miles from Hanoi to China Beach, taking some Vets back for the first time. They meet a former VietCong soldier,sharing stories and rice wine. They go underground to the Vinmoc,tunnels fromthe war. Last, there's an unusual dinner in Hue.
At the Annual Int'l Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, Keith takes cooking to hot new heights. His flamebroiled shrimp kabobs take off, and then it's off by dirtbike to picnic. Lunch means Chicken Rollups! Last, a TexMex guru shows us real Southwest cooking.
The Dairy State shows Keith its heartland cooking. First Keith TRIES to milk a cow, so he can learn how to make cheese. Then he tries some famous UpsideDown Apple Pecan pancakes and bratwurst. Last, we learn why flaxseed makes one bread special.
Keith's trip is joined by 3 special kids. They all go deepsea fishing fortheir dinner. He cooks the catch localstyle, sealing it in an imu, with Tropical Salsa, using tips from a local chef. And the trip is ended with a real luau!
Keith's motorcycle takes him down the coast to beachfood at San Francisquito. El Arco means cave paintings and an old miner town, and latera picnic at San Ignacio. We see Todos Santo, the Hotel California, before a private party at Cabo San Lucas.
Jamaican food is a creative mix of Spanish, English, Indian and Chinese cuisines and Keith wants it all! From jerk pork to curried goat, pepperpot soup to Mackerel RunDown, Keith burns it off with watersports. Then he's off to learn about Pickapeppa sauce.
It'sa trip around the world, as Keith goes in search of the same thing:fish. In France, it's a day on an oyster boat for the ultimate aphrodisiac. Later we grill fish in Acapulco and get Tapanaki in Japan. Last there's cedar planking in Michigan.
The Winter Carnival is the backdrop, as people flock to the snow capital. Keith learns about award-winning sculptures and the art of dogsledding. Last, Keith tastes the magic of the festival with the icon Bonhomme.
It's off to a motorcycle festival in South Dakota--and Keith turns his bike into a high octane grill! Later, Keith learns some presidential history at Mount Rushmore and grills up some Americana.
Keith takes us around the world to some of the best resorts, whether aquaint one in Arandas,Mexico to the finest chefs in France. And we get to visit some of the most resplendent ones--the 4 Seasons in Sydney and the Enchantment in Sedona,Arizona.
Philly is a food lover's dream. Keith will check out the classic cheesesteak hoagie and soft pretzels, and also uncovers the history of Haberstatt Scrapple and Tastykakes. He also takes an tour of the foods in Historic Philadelphia.
Toronto is called "the world within a city" and Keith wants to taste the world! He's off to eat some of the world's best international cuisine, from classic French to authentic Szechuan, and promises to come back with new global perspectives.
What's better than Mom's homecooking? Keith eats homestyle with 4 moms who share their family recipes, and some of their ethnic history too. It's a cultural tour of the world, as these Moms share secrets to what makes their cooking so darn good.
Keith wants the real Florida experience so he starts with the Everglades! He checks out alligator wrestling! Next, the Atlantic is home to lunch and the "lobster march." Last, Gloria Estefan gives us a taste of South Beach at her Cuban restaurant.
A native Mexican shows Keith his home Arandas, and we learn all about the culture and the food. At Don Felipe distillery, we learn tequila secrets. In Jesus Maria,Keith joins in a heritage celebration, and learns from a charro, a Mexican cowboy.
Keith takes his adventures to new heights in the mile high city of Denver. He visits the oldest saloon, and ventures to Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy. Keith heads to New Belgium Brewing Company where a husband and wife team is getting rave reviews.
Keith takes in all of Sydney, from sailing in a private cove in the harbor for lunch to climbing the Harbour Bridge.He skydives into the Hunter Valley for winetasting and returns to Sydney for the fish market. Last, the Bush Tucker Man shows us native spice.
Keith's exotic trip is made more so by local foods. Fried grasshoppers,anyone? In Hanoi,he tries local snake wine and gets some rice cooking tips from the planters themselves. Last, we learn about the 1000 Year Old Egg.
Key West is long celebrated as a place to live and let live, and Keith learns about that from Captain Tony, the 85 year old former mayor. They eat fresh Keysian escargot and take in magic at sunset on Mallory Dock.
Keith discovers Milwaukee. He samples Usinger sausage and then tastes the local treat at Mader's. Keith finds one Italian woman who's cooking up a storm. Then Keith tries Three Brothers, serving up Hungarian dishes, and checks out a family run spice store.
Join Keith Famie as he discovers that Paris is a food lover's dream. Keith's journey takes him to some of the top specialty shops in france specializing in Bread, Cheese and Honey.
Chef Keith Famie visits the largest of the Greece's islands, Crete, where Its civilization is one of Europe's oldest, dating back 5,000 years and its people seem to have found the key to longevity by basing their diet around olive oil and fresh vegetables.