Georgia brothers Jamie and Bobby Deen sample the ultimate tastes of Georgias capital city, Atlanta. It is melt-in-your-mouth "Papa Dont Peach" Bread replete with whole slices of fresh peaches within the body of a buttery loaf, one treat locals definitely have no problem waiting in line for. And if youre hankering for BBQ, the boys get their rib fix at Dreamland BBQ, a rib experience like no other, especially since Dreamland does their ribs the old-fashioned way: over an open pit to seal in every tasty drop of juice, just the way the founder, Big Daddy, likes it. Within the city limits the boys find a taste of Italy with Via Elisas fresh spinach and ricotta ravioli, made with recipes from the president of Italys pasta chef himself. Along the way Jamie and Bobby uncover a velvety slice of Southern tradition with Sweet Auburns Sweet Potato Cheesecake. Its the best of the ATL Deen boys style, and of course everything can be shipped right to your door!
In a city that celebrates like no other, brothers Jamie and Bobby Deen set out to discover some secrets behind the spectacular New Orleans cuisine scene. Like the locals, they start their day with a Hubig Fried Pie. Made from scratch, fried to perfection, and coated with sugar icing, these fruit pies have been a favorite for 100 years. The boys really soak up the Cajun spirit with a cup of Tee-Evas Seafood Gumbo, a succulent and uniquely New Orleans dish that has graced the tables of Hollywood stars and in-the-know locals alike. Of course, the King Cake is an absolute must-have dessert when celebrating New Orleans' style, and Haydel Bakery is the place to be. Theyve been baking this royal pastry from scratch for generations. And after all that sweet, the boys go in search of salty and happen upon the great taste of award-winning Zapps Potato Chips, which are kettle-cooked with Cajun flavor that will leave you longing for more. All their favorites can be shipped directly to you!
Jamie and Bobby Deen head to the heart of candy country in search of the best tasting delights that "Kentuckiana" offers. At Bauers Candy the boys try their hand at making -- and eating -- the famous Modjeska, a homemade marshmallow wrapped in caramel, a sweet that has charmed the region for over a century. They sample the official cake of the Kentucky Derby at Merts Cakes. Its a to-die-for concoction of buttery vanilla cake drizzled with praline, chocolate and then finally doused in Kentucky bourbon. Historical Madison, Indiana, is home to Mundts Candies, where Jamie and Bobby find the definitive hard candy experience in the shape of fish! The boys' Kentucky trail also leads to Rebecca Ruths. She is rumored to be the first to put the bourbon in the bourbon ball, and her confection recipe is still winning awards. Follow the Deens as they seek out the regions best-kept sweet secrets. All of which can be sent straight to your home!
Miamis sunny beaches and spicy cuisine has come-a-callin again. There is no getting enough of the taste of Key lime, and this time around Jamie and Bobby roll up on We Take the Cake for a Bundt cake with Key lime frosting that leaves the brothers begging for more. For seafood they stop into Laurenzos Italian Market to sample an authentic local delicacy Stone Crab Bisque. The boys never get enough of chocolate so they pop into Romanicos for Venezuelan "Art Chocolates" and truffles; every divine morsel is made from the worlds purest chocolate. Caribbean culture is big in Miami, and year after year Sonias Jamaican Patties are voted as the best by Miami locals and of course Jamie and Bobby now agree, hands down, Sonias patties are the best. To sample your own get a few shipped to your door.
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