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The Best Thing I Ever Ate

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A look at what celebrity chefs and Food Network hosts like to eat when the cameras stop rolling. Each episode of the series will delve into some of the network stars' favorite food spots and the meals that they would travel thousands of miles to have again. They dish on fantastic desserts, the best barbecue joints and where to find the comfort foods they crave. Each bite is a trip down memory lane as they recount stories of healing and discovery through their most cherished treats and eats.

Latest episodes

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Scott Conant and an updated take on classic potato tots; Jernard Wells devours a delectable dish of salt and pepper calamari in Atlanta; Tregaye Fraser and the Belly Benedict.
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From macaroni and cheese to milkshakes, these are the greatest dishes found on the kids' menu; Alex Guarnaschelli shares her comfort food; Claudia Sandoval shows how fun it is to play with food; the Legendairy Milkshake Bar in Nashville, Tenn.
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Jeff Mauro indulges in a 100-layer vanilla creme doughnut that is full of surprises; Antonia Lofaso cracks the yolk on ricotta and egg ravioli in Los Angeles; Lee Anne Wong heads to Hawaii for a unique and irresistible quesadilla.
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Jeff Mauro gets happy about an angry lobster sandwich. Sabin Lomac puts the pedal to the metal for The Bacon Truck's bacon mac and cheese bites. Ali Khan speeds towards the best food on wheels at LeRoy and Lewis Barbecue in Austin, Texas.
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America's best pancakes; the ultimate doughnuts; the world's most perfect seafood dish; the infamous Caesar salad.
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Duff Goldman and his donut from Baltimore; Alex Guarnaschelli brings along her must have paella from Chicago; what dessert Wolfgang Puck chooses above all others; recommendations from Monti Carlo, Dan Langan, Simon Majumdar, and Katie Pix.
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Alton Brown revisits a decadent, old-world pasta dish; Ali Khan chats up his favorite chicken parmigiana sandwich; Alex Guarnaschelli gives a shout out to a not-to-be-missed lasagna; Duff Goldman's pick for the best dish to end an Italian meal.
aired 33 days ago
The best styles, cuts and steakhouses serving up the best steaks; chef Jonathon Sawyer goes on a trip to Dayton, Ohio, for a ribeye; Jaynard Wells travels down to Atlanta for a surf-and-turf combo of steak and shrimp; a butter steak.
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An over-the-top pistachio chicken salad creation in Austin, Texas; finger-lickin' good ribs; Martha Stewart's lunchtime special in New York.
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Martha Stewart gushes over the most irresistible piece of lemon meringue she's ever had; Simon Majumdar travels to Kentucky for a world-famous avocado dessert; chef Antonia Lofaso goes all out with a perfect puffy pastry known as the Napoleon.
aired 33 days ago
Beau MacMillan's favorite pot pie in Phoenix, Ariz. takes on Duff Goldman's seafood pie pick in Baton Rouge, La.; Jason Smith's favorite picture-perfect pork tenderloin boasts a clever crust that is sure to turn some heads.
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Martha Stewart shows off a beautifully perfect brioche in New York City; Alex Guarnaschelli's favorite lemon bars; Tregaye Fraser has a new take on an old classic in Atlanta.
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Alton Brown's favorite homemade salsa; a true Mexican original with beef carnitas tacos; Alex Guarnaschelli's favorite Al Pastor at Lene Brave in Chicago is so good, it has customers begging for more.
aired 40 days ago
Jeff Mauro, Geoffrey Zakarian, Jamika Pessoa and Bobby Flay are just a few food personalities sharing their favorite ways to indulge in cheesy goodness; a cheese curd-stuffed bratwurst; a fried cheese work of art, macaroni and cheese; Queso Fundido.
aired 47 days ago
Roger Mooking can't pass up a simple yet magical Southern dish; Jason Smith introduces the epitome of a Southern sandwich; Alton Brown shares his favorite shrimp and grits; Beau MacMillan goes deep for a low-country boil.
aired 47 days ago
Sharing seven popular go-to dishes from restaurants across the country; Jason Smith visits an ice cream shop; Bobby Flay reveals his secret neighborhood joint; Beau MacMillan shares his favorite salad; Katie Lee admits her love for a grilled pizza.
aired 47 days ago
Antonia Lofaso falls in love with a sourdough cinnamon roll in Los Angeles; Geoffrey Zakarian gushes over a famous meatball and salad; Monti Carlo indulges in pork belly pastrami.
aired 54 days ago
Alton Brown has his eye set on a crab Rangoon pizza; Jonathon Sawyer finds a blast of flavor that may be too good to be true; Tregaye Fraser attempts the most obscure and jaw-dropping dish yet.
aired 61 days ago
Fried brains; duck tongue tacos; spleen sandwich; BBQ pig tails.
aired 68 days ago
Alton Brown is on a trip to Memphis, Tenn., to honor the original glazed doughnut that started it all; Alex Guarnaschelli goes weak in the knees for an apple doughnut from New York City; Scott Conant shows off a coconut cream-filled delight.
aired 164 days ago
Alton Brown stops to get his favorite boxed lunch; Chef Tregaye Fraser visits a drive-in for a slice of cake; Jeff Mauro shares the oldest pedigree of Chicagoan cuisine; Alex Guarnaschelli slips into a food coma over pigs in a blanket.

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