A football-loving grandpa from Clementon, N.J., whips up some spicy crabs to serve to the guys visiting his man cave. Also: He takes Mo shopping for dinner; and later, they prepare paella and bananas Foster.
Mo spends time with a group of grannies in Akron, Ohio, who are fans of NBA superstar LeBron James. Together, they create a meal featuring jambalaya, beer-battered chitterlings, corn bread salad and lemon meringue pie.
Mo visits a convent in Hopewell Junction, N.Y., where he's taught by a group of nuns how to prepare a dinner with a Hawaiian theme. On the menu: grilled chicken with pineapple and a heavenly pineapple cake.
A 77-year-old grandfather who was born in Hong Kong and spent his working life managing a bustling Chinese restaurant in New York City's Chinatown shows Mo how to make some delicacies, including stuffed whole fish, roast pork, and tofu with vegetables. Also: a primer on the ancient art of Tai Chi.
A grandfather in El Reno, Okla., recreates what life and food were like on America's plains in the 19th century. Included: He builds chuck wagons, dresses like an old-time rancher and cooks up some hearty grub using large Dutch ovens. On the menu: chili, biscuits and cobbler.
Mo visits with a very dramatic Hungarian grandmother who lives near Philadelphia. During their time together, they prepare the classic entrées of her homeland, including goulash, chicken paprikash and a very refreshing soup made with sour cherries.
In the Season 4 premiere, Mo spends time with a ninetysomething on New York City's Lower East Side. Included: She teaches him how to make matzo ball soup and farfel, plus demonstrates how to sew. Also: They go shopping for pickles and black-and-white cookies in Manhattan; and travel to Westchester for dinner with her family.