Host G. Garvin embarks on a cross-country road trip to savor the varied and delicious tastes of the South.
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G heads to the largest city in the state for a reminder of what true Texas barbecue is.
Charleston, South Carolina, is a city with a passion for quality and tradition. Pork belly; Cakes; Crab Boil
G dives head first into the local food scene of Austin, Texas, to see what makes it special - and you can't visit Austin without going to a food truck.
In the mountains of North Carolina is a gorgeous hidden gem that is Asheville. G takes in the sights by zip lining through Appalachia before landing in the sophisticated kitchen at Cucina 24.
G heads straight to Brooklyn to see what makes this vibrant borough to visit a southern restaurant free of frills and pretension.
Hoboken, New Jersey, has a food scene that rivals New York. Set on the water is the 3Forty Grill, a southern-inspired, upscale spot for locals. Chef Wally Weaver shares with G the restaurant's special recipe for braised short rib.
Best of the Bayou
G stops in the small and modest Glenda's Creole Kitchen to give a hand and see how etouffee is really done.
G finds himself teaching a lesson at The Accidental Chef Cooking School with Chef Carlos. He is inspired by local crawfish to create a quick jambalaya dish.
Farm to Table
G discovers the hard work and versatility that goes into a peanut from harvest to production.
G meets with Chef Walter to see his take on the fried green tomato. Award-winning chef Jason shares with G his techniques on preparing braised pork and sides in his 'comforting' restaurant.