Guy Fieri and his family visit Panini Pete in Fairhope, Alabama and see one of the most unusual farming operations in the country: oysters. Guy and his son, Hunter, wade into the Gulf to harvest the oysters for a local pop-up dinner.
Guy Fieri and his family rise at dawn in Corpus Christi, Texas to head out on the Gulf in search of snapper. They take their catch to a nearby ranch where Guy and his friends fry up the fish, along with some chicken parmesan.
The Fieris head to a farmers' market for fresh organic chicken and roasted green chiles in Flagstaff; cook a homemade chicken taco dinner on a Lake Powell houseboat; and after some quirky stops along legendary Route 66, they land in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to explore American's most traditional food.
Belgian waffles before mountain biking in Lake Tahoe; bird's eye view at the Hoover Dam; traditional mole and homemade salsa at Guy's restaurant in Laughlin, Nevada; red and green chiles tasting at the local Chile Festival in Flagstaff, Arizona; and mead brewed with local wildflower honey.