Ever wonder what the biggest food stars and chefs eat in their free time – when they're paying? Find out on The Best Thing I Ever Ate! It's the ultimate guide to the country's most amazing meals, eats, and treats as told by the pros who spend their lives obsessing over food. From a barbecue sandwich worth driving over 1500 miles to canolli so good that it completely healed a bad breakup. Don't miss this series featuring some of your favorite Food Network stars, offering a taste of the things you must try before you die.
We're giving into our carnivorous cravings and sharing our favorite hunks of meat from restaurant menus all over the country. Bobby Flay, Ted Allen, Alex Guarnaschelli and Cat Cora bring you the finest duck, chicken, pork and beef while Duff Goldman and Marcela Valladolid indulge in their favorite sweet meat treats.
We're bringing you the ooiest and gooiest cheese dishes this country has to offer. From fried cheese curds in Wisconsin to lasagna grilled cheese in Cleveland, we're trying them all. Alex Guarnaschelli brings you the finest of French cuisine while Bobby Flay gets down on an American classic. And don't think we didn't save room for dessert -- we have some sweet, cheesy treats that will blow you away.
Grab a glass of milk and get ready to experience fiery meals from around the country. Ted Allen, Marcela Valladolid, Michael Symon and more are sharing their favorite burning hot dishes. Curtis Stone is brought to tears by the Crying Tiger Pork while Adam Gertler is crushed by a burger that has "anger" as a condiment.
Fire up the fryer for the crispiest and crunchiest dishes this country has to offer. From gravy-smothered french fries in Cleveland, Ohio, to tempura-battered bacon in New York City, it's all getting deep-fried. Alton Brown finds his favorite fried chicken, Sunny Anderson stumbles upon a deep-fried candy bar, and Aarti Sequeira savors an international spin with samosas. This lineup is fabulously fried and GBD -- golden, brown and delicious.
There's nothing quite as comforting as a classic, down-home meal that reminds you of the good old days. For Ted Allen, it's a cinnamon roll, and for Giada De Laurentiis, it has to be pot pie. Rachael Ray heads to New York for a slice of home, while Sunny Anderson finds bread pudding that makes her smile in New Orleans. These comforting dishes are hot from the oven and sure to warm your soul.
Be sure to finish all your veggies because we've got the scoop on the best desserts around. Ted Allen, Alton Brown, Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay are sharing their favorite sinful sweets, and you won't want to miss a bite. Mo Rocca is tempted by a sundae seductress, while Duff Goldman begs for a slice of killer tres leches cake. Throw your diet out the window -- this episode is decadently delicious.
Calling all chocolate lovers! We're getting the inside scoop on all things chocolate. Alton Brown takes a trip to Charleston, S.C., for some heavenly chocolate pudding, while Aaron Sanchez has some not-so-classic New York pizza ... for dessert! Grab a glass of milk and make sure you leave room for dessert
It's time for some good, old-fashioned country cooking as Guy Fieri, Alton Brown, Sunny Anderson and Duff Goldman round up their favorite Southern eats. Sit back, relax and get ready to salivate.
Put down the fork and knife and break out your chopsticks! Your favorite Food Network stars are giving you a rundown of the most awesome Asian foods they've ever had. Alex Guarnaschelli heads north for miso soup in Maine, while Duff Goldman has his mind blown by an Iron Chef in New York. No need to wait for a fortune cookie: You're in for some incredible eats.
Food Network stars indulge in unexpected flavor combinations from around the country. Michael Symon is in Cleveland for blue cheese guacamole and John T. Edge gets his pistachio fix on pizza in Arizona.
Duff Goldman, Alex Guarnaschelli, Alton Brown and Claire Robinson are bringing you a sugary shortlist that you won't want to miss. From passionfruit creme brulee in Hawaii to lemon ice box pie in Mississippi, keep your dentist on standby because these are some seriously sweet treats.
Get ready for some seriously spectacular sandwiches! Alton Brown relives his childhood with a slaw dog in South Carolina, while Alex Guarnaschelli treks to Nantucket for a terrific turkey sandwich.
Step aside, Picasso! Ted Allen, Michael Symon, Marcela Vallalolid, and Duff Goldman are curating a collection of the most beautiful bites around. From oysters and pearls at the French Laundry to black bass at La Bernardin, these tiny works of art turn the dinner plate into a vibrant edible canvas.