Charlie Weber (ABC's "How to Get Away With Murder") makes spinach-and-ham frittata with Carla Hall; the co-hosts visit Grand Banks, an organization to clean up N.Y. harbor, one oyster at a time; Michael Symon and Clinton Kelly make a breakfast combo, stuffed French toast with bacon-bourbon maple syrup and paired with a fellen-grapefruit delight.
Buddy Valastro ("Cake Boss") shares two cake-decorating tips with Carla Hall; Clinton Kelly has a store-bought baked solution for strawberry-cookie bars; and Mario Batali makes a chocolate-pecan pie while answering audience questions.
Clinton Kelly schools viewers in apple-tarte tatin; renowned chef Daniel Boulud teams up with Mario Batali to make a definitive poule au pot; and Michael Symon shows how easy it can be to make vanilla-bean crème brûlée.
Carla Hall teams with a viewer to make a buttermilk semifreddo with candied peaches; Cheech Marin shows Michael Symon how to make his lobster-and-corn salad from the cookbook, "Cheech Is Not My Real Name...But Don't Call Me Chong"; Clinton Kelly's got the recipe for a lemon-cucumber-yogurt dip and chocolate-coffee-dessert dip; and Daphne Oz shows off crafts to engage the kids poolside.
Carla Hall and Michael Symon whip up cauliflower-curry samosas; and, inspired by a recent vacation, Clinton Kelly shows off his secret to succulent chicken yakitori, paired with a cherry sake-cocktail.
Chrissy Metz ("This is Us") chats with Carla Hall, as they make jicama skewers and mini-black-bean tostadas; and Clinton Kelly and Michael Symon make fried-chicken steamed buns. Also: "All-Star Chef Showdown."
Carla Hall makes a sweet-spiced-pineapple-pecan cake with actress Danielle Brooks ("Orange Is the New Black"); Clinton Kelly visits Brooklyn's Butter and Scotch for sweets and libations; and Billy Eichner ("Billy on the Street") and Mario Batali team up to make a chocolate-walnut torte.
Keanu Reeves joins Mario Batali in the kitchen to make meatballs with swiss chard; and actress Nia Vardalos makes a Greek classic, moussaka, with Michael Symon. Also: a visit to Carla Hall's new restaurant in Brooklyn.
Michael Symon rescues a recipe with a "5-in-5" Cuban sandwich; Michelle Monaghan teams up with Mario Batali to make broccoli rabe and provolone sandwiches; Clinton Kelly and his BFF, Lisa, take a food tour of Key West, Fla., and make grilled grouper with mango salsa.
Actor Romany Malco and Mario Batali make a twist on huevos rancheros; Michael Symon visits his son Kyle's new doughnut shop, Grindstone, on Long Island; and Clinton Kelly and Carla Hall whip up a viewer's recipe for spanakopita quiche and burgers.
Mario Batali showcases an appetizer of fennel honey, taleggio and salami panini; Michael Symon cooks grilled-flank steak with blue cheese red onions; Kyle Chandler ("Bloodline") joins Clinton Kelly to sample grilled-lobster tails with lime-basil butter; and Carla Hall makes a simple grilled cornbread with blueberry compote.
Kelly Rowland ("Whoa, Baby") joins Carla Hall to make black-eyed peas and pimento-cheese nachos; Michael Symon serves up an audience pick: "5-in-5" pork with gingered plums or spicy-fried shrimp; and Mario Batali celebrates summer with spaghetti with ramps and pecorino.
Gravy-and-bacon biscuits. Also: Michael Symon makes a cheeseburger omelet; Carla Hall shares her exclusive breakfast hacks to make spiced chai-tea oatmeal and waffle pies with herbed eggs; and Clinton Kelly cooks up one of his most-requested recipes, an Italian egg boat.
Music superstar DJ Khaled ("Grateful") helps Michael Symon make cedar-plank jerk chicken; Clinton Kelly cooks sweet-and-sour eggplant kebabs; Mario Batali goes on an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of his four Las Vegas restaurants; and Carla Hall shares her dairy-free secret to banana ice cream with grilled pineapple.
Clinton Kelly tests a recipe never-before-seen on television, fried inside-out-cake balls; Carla Hall and Mario Batali mash up Italian and Southern favorites to make fried-chicken stromboli with pepper gravy; and Katie Lee ("Beach Bites With Katie Lee") shows how to make West Virginia-style hot dogs.
Frank Grillo ("Kingdom") learns how to make Mexican street-corn salad with Mario Batali; Michael Symon makes a roasted-pickled pepper hero; and viewers offer their best dishes and compete for a chance to cook with Carla Hall.
Michael Symon makes his take on a classic pub burger, chopped burger and smashed burger; Carla Hall and Mario Batali cook shoestring fries with garlic and rosemary, pairing them with a Mexican chocolate-sweet-potato milkshake; and chef Grace Ramirez teams with Clinton Kelly to make a Latin-inspired turkey burger with raclette cheese.
A viewer's recipe for crackling-mozzarella sticks with tomato-basil salad. Also: Erin French ("The Lost Kitchen") joins Michael Symon to make pork burgers with grilled peaches, bacon and blue cheese; Carla and Clinton visit the Bread Guru behind Sullivan Street Bakery in NYC to learn the secret to homemade-bread success.
Michael Symon cooks a spice-rubbed smoked chicken; Mario Batali and Carla Hall offer sides of spicy-honey-dijon coleslaw and havarti and horseradish stove-top mac and cheese; and Clinton Kelly completes the feast with peach cobbler with raspberry coulis.
Michael Symon makes quick and simple grilled-soy chicken thighs with honeydew relish in a "5-in-5"; Carla Hall whips up a viewer's decadent recipe for red-velvet-cannoli cake; and Mario Batali cooks grilled lamb chops and plums with mint pesto.
Michael Strahan (ABC's "The $100,000 Pyramid" and "Good Morning America") joins Mario Batali to prepare a sizzling t-bone with green-bean salad; Clinton Kelly preps a refreshing tiki-bar combo, a mellow monkey cocktail with pineapple-teriyaki meatballs; and Carla Hall builds a "Sundae Funday" with a banana-split-ice-cream-cupcake bar.
Carla Hall makes grilled Japanese eggplant with fresh tomato sauce and a blackberry charlotte for dessert; Clinton Kelly is joined by author Joy Bauer to make vegetable lo mein; and Michael Symon grills up lamb ribs with shaved asparagus, mint and feta salad.
Larry the Cable Guy ("Cars 3") cooks with Mario Batali; Michael Symon learns about delicious Korean classics from Esther Choi at Brooklyn's Mokbar and then makes a sensational shrimp-summer roll; Clinton Kelly makes edamame hummus; and Carla Hall creates a quick and easy broccoli-pesto pasta to brighten any table.
Award-winning actress Scarlett Johansson ("Rough Night") makes her series debut and teams with Mario Batali, who shows her how to create a main dish perfect for Father's Day; and the co-hosts share their favorite Father's Day traditions and memories.
Clinton pairs squash and goat-cheese tartlets with a fizzy rosé cocktail for a summertime duo to delight; Mario, inspired by his Michigan summers, creates a whitefish fry with serrano-pepper tartar sauce; and Michael makes stuffed-baked tomatoes.