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Duff Goldman makes a guest appearance at Michael Symon's favorite Baton Rouge, LA smokehouse that boasts a pork-belly hoagie so outrageous it has to be shared. Next up in St. Louis, a big fat Greek Burger ignites Michael's cultural soul, and in Austin, he indulges in pit-roasted meats and spicy salsa atop the freshiest tortillas this side of the border.
Scott Conant shows Michael Symone his favorite burger and brew bar in an out-of-the-way corner of New Orleans, and then in Kansas City, Michael learns how two brothers have stormed the classic barbeque scene with their award-winning smoked meats techniques. Finally, he dives into a lively joint in Austin where they match their artisanal sausages with brew-infused cocktails.
Cooking Channel's Haylie Duff joins Michael Symon at one of his most treasured New Orleans spots, where they use the city's Cajun flavors in new and unique ways in Crunchy Po' Boys and spicy barbeque shrimp. Next, he heads to a husband-and-wife owned pizza place in Brooklyn where the chef whips up a burger so delicious, he put it on the menu and named it after his bride. Finally, in Kansas City, Michael meets a team that smokes some of the best burnt-ends around!
Food Network star, Eddie Jackson, meets Michael Symon in Austin for a barbeque sandwich that has the entire town lined up. Then, Michael heads to Jersey City, where a chef who was tired of driving into Manhattan for a great burger concocted his own sweet and spicy creation. Finally, in Louisville, he washes down a pastrami spiced sandwich and dessert with a local brew.
New Orleans favorite son, John Besh, shows Michael Symon his most treasured spot for an incredible burger and sides that play on the regions staples. Next, Michael hops over to Hoboken, NJ for a juicy, authentic Eastern European Pot Roast that takes five days to make. Lastly, he builds a super-sized smoked meat sandwich along with candied praline-pecan pie in St. Louis.
Pastry chef phenom, Ron Ben-Israel, hangs with Michael Symon in Baton Rouge, LA, to feast on a mile-high key lime pie and Caribbean-inspired brisket melt. Then, Michael heads to Louisville, KY, for a burger topped with chorizo and a downright dangerous dessert aptly named the bacon-cinnabomb. Finally, in nearby Lexington, KY, he devours a fried chicken sandwich so spicy, he quenches things with a soothing local craft beer.
Baton Rouge, LA native and Food Network Star finalist, Jay Ducote, joins Michael Symon for a French and Cajun-inspired burger with a twist. Next, Michael heads to St. Louis, where they're taking the local tradition of toasted ravioli and stuffing them with burnt ends. Lastly, he hits an Austin institution for a gigantic peach-glazed pork chops and piled-high peanut butter mousse pie.
Football legend, Earl Campbell, and Michael dig into juicy brisket and warm peach cobbler at one of Texas most famous barbeque restaurants. Then, in Cincinnati, Michael savors a bacon and blue-cheese burger. Finally, in Kansas City, he hops into the kitchen with a chef buddy to whip up a creamy, inside-out shephard's pie and beer-infused doughnuts.
Michael starts in Lexington, for a plump pork burger and ingenious smoked chicken wings smothered in a blackberry-jalapeno sauce. Next, he whips up spicy fried chicken and waffles that are making the Cincinnati food scene soar, before hitting the French Quarter in New Orleans for Caribbean inspired creations like crispy, tender rum-soaked ribs.
Michael Symon is getting messy in New Orleans with a bacon-onion jam, brie and brioche brunch burger with creamy crabmeat mac-cheese. Then he devours a massive meatloaf sandwich in San Antonio, wrapped in crispy bacon and drenched in an egg. Finally, he heads to Brooklyn for a smoked lamb belly sandwich and Chinese style sticky ribs.
In Brooklyn, Michael Symon digs into an incredible one-of-a-kind creation, a deep-fried burger. Next, he cruises through the New Orleans French Quarter for classic Cajun creations like crawlfish and grits and jambalaya, washed down with an adult sundae steeped in local stout beer. Lastly, he lands in Lexington, for a smoked and savory fried steak bacon biscuit.
Michael Symon visits an old San Antonio institution given new life by a phenomenal bacon and blue cheese burger. Then, he sinks his teeth into a spicy Cincinnati sausage that's a staple of his home state. Finally, he finishes in Austin with a meaty Eggs Benedict, combining mouthwatering brisket smothered in tomato hollandaise sauce.
Michael Symon begins his meat-seeking journey in Lockhart, Texas, where one family remains at the forefront of America's greatest barbeque after four generations. Next, he swings over to a British-style joint in Brooklyn where they use lobster meat and pork belly to amp up a traditional BLT. Finally, he hits Louisville to sink his teeth into a juicy venison burger ignited by unique sauces and seasoning.