In Florida, Katie finds amazing empanadas and Brisket-Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers. Next, Katie delights in some Southern cuisine with a Creole Stuffed Tater in Alabama and Southern Stuffed Salmon in Myrtle Beach. Also: the ancient Hawaiian dish Lau Lau, pork and fish stuffed into taro leaves.
Katie Lee finds the best coffee and papaya bowl Oahu's North Shore has to offer. While in Honolulu, Katie teams up with chef Lee Anne Wong for her Koco Moco, a modern version of a classic Hawaiian breakfast. Then, Katie introduces viewers to Gulfport, Florida, and to the best-selling Corn Beef Hash. On the menu in Charleston is a Country Ham Biscuit. In San Diego, she tries a batch of Dirty Chai Pancakes and lastly, a plate of shrimp and grits.
In Arizona, Katie Lee joins a local chef to grill up a striper. In Florida, Katie finds grilled mango jerk chicken. Then, she heads to San Diego for the best grilled fish tacos. Katie goes to Charleston for Burnt Ends before heading down to Alabama for the Nasty G pork and chicken sandwich. Finally, Katie's quest for the best takes her to Maui for Kalua pork, Hawaiian barbeque cooked low and slow in an imu, a traditional underground oven.
Katie Lee is on a mission to find the best golden-fried goodness the beach has to offer. First up, South Carolina for the perfect fried seafood platter. Next, Katie finds chicken-fried Wagyu in Alabama; and carves her way through a chicken chimichanga in Arizona. In Hawaii, Katie mans the wok to create an amazing whole fried fish. In Florida, Katie finds a fried egg and a deep-fried avocado, open-faced sandwich. Katie can't leave without dessert and that means fried cheesecake.