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Buddy Valastro spends a lot of time in bakeries running his cake empire. Like anyone who works long hours, he still needs to put aside some time to have fun with his family.This series documents the Valastros as they head into an RV to take a memorable summer road trip through the South. Buddy, wife Lisa and their four children begin in their home state of New Jersey, then head south through South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Louisiana as they experience some of the best things the region has to offer. A slice of Americana is on the itinerary in the form of visits to Graceland and Dollywood and, of course, the master baker includes food in his vacation plans. Buddy and his family make saltwater taffy the old-fashioned way in Myrtle Beach, enjoy a crab platter and fried chicken in Georgia, and sample etouffee in New Orleans.

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Buddy Valastro and his family travel through Tennessee to take in the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains and stop by the Dollywood theme park; apple fritters at the Applewood Farmhouse in Sevierville and burgers at Stock and Barrel in Knoxville.
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Buddy Valastro and his family head to Alabama where they battle it out by making enormous, stuffed ugly biscuits; the family indulges at The Original Oyster House and then heads to Cammie's Old Dutch Ice Cream Shoppe in Mobile.
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Buddy Valastro and his family reach the Louisiana Bayou; a tour of swamps full of live alligators; fried shrimp and oyster po' boys at the Olde Tyme Grocery in Lafayette, La.; Buddy prepares boudin, a spicy sausage filled with rice and vegetables.
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Buddy Valastro and his family arrive in Huntsville, Ala., where they train like astronauts at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center; Big Bob Gibson's award-winning white barbecue sauce; Bigfoot's Little Donuts' warm mini-donuts with fruit toppings.
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Buddy Valastro and his family visit Graceland, the home of Elvis Presley, and as a tribute, they indulge in Elvis-inspired peanut butter milkshakes at the Trolley Stop Market; Marlowe's Ribs; the Elvis Italiano sandwich at the Say Cheese Truck.
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Buddy Valastro and his family touch down in New Orleans, where they start with a brunch of French etouffee at Horn's; fluffy shaved ice at Hansen's Sno-Bliz; a visit to Red Gravy, for a lesson in homemade ravioli.
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Buddy and his family chow down on a crab platter on Tybee Island, Ga.; in Savannah, Ga., southern-fried chicken, and a visit to Savannah's haunted historic district.
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While traveling south, Buddy Valastro and his family make a pit stop for some Delaware seafood; in South Carolina, they make salt water taffy the old-fashioned way before continuing west to Charleston to feast on shrimp and grits.

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