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Season 6

63 :06x01 - Guilty Pleasures

We feature restaurants who are pushing the envelope on some of America's beloved comfort foods. Plan Check in Los Angeles, CA offers the most indulgent burgers, fried chicken, and pastrami sandwiches, plus a unique towering donut dessert. A food truck in Nashville, TN uses big fat biscuits for hearty sweet and savory sandwiches. Cold fried chicken and baked potatoes are transformed into imaginative pizzas at Pete Zaaz in Brooklyn, NY. And in Atlanta, GA guilty pleasures can be found in creative hot dogs, sausages and fries at HD1.

Source: Cooking Channel

64 :06x02 - Old School

Yardbird in Miami gives a taste of the true south with its unique fried chicken and fried green tomatoes. Dinic's in Philadelphia's Reading Terminal has been serving up some of the best old school sandwiches to crowds for decades. In New York, old school meats new school at Quality Meats steakhouse, and La Camaronera in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami honors a family seafood tradition.

Source: Cooking Channel

65 :06x03 - Hotlanta

Atlanta is a hotbed for unique eats. Heirloom Market BBQ brings together Korean and American barbecue in a quirky roadside eatery. Seafood dishes are brought to delicious new heights at swank newcomer The Optimist. Cozy corner restaurant One Eared Stag serves edgy American food. And Abattoir adds global touches to Southern dishes.

Source: Cooking Channel

66 :06x04 - Swine

Americans continues to pine over all things swine. Korean restaurant Palsaik in Los Angeles serves bacon in eight different flavors. Martin's Bar-B-Q in Nashville smokes whole hog right in the center of their dining room. At Cemitas Puebla in Chicago, diners sink their teeth on quesadillas stuffed with chicharones or their signature Mexican sandwich stuffed with sliced deli ham, fried pork and grilled pork. NYC's The Cannibal celebrates nose-to-tail eating with their whole slow-roasted half pig's head, whipped lardo toast and boudin noir sausages.

Source: Cooking Channel

67 :06x05 - Chi-Town

Chicago continues to draw hungry foodies from all corners of the country with their innovative restaurants. Publican Quality Meats sells farm-raised meats and housemade charcuterie from their butcher counter, but the real draw is the hearty, meat-filled sandwiches. Yusho creates a buzz with their creative Asian-inspired street food. Antique Taco in Wicker Park offers authentic Mexican tacos and classic American comforts foods with a Mexican twist. Familiar brunch dishes get a fine-dining makeover at the Trenchermen.

Source: Cooking Channel

68 :06x06 - Innovators

In Austin, chef Paul Qui is keeping it weird and uniquely delicious at East Side King. In New York City's Atera, chef Matt Lightner and his kitchen are the stars of this jewel-like culinary theater. In Philadelphia, a well known innovator keeps it kosher while wowing the crowds, and in Los Angeles, a couple has gone from illegal dinners in their apartment, to a full-fledged restaurant serving irresistible pan-Asian fare.

Source: Cooking Channel

69 :06x07 - Modern Italian

Parm in New York City's Little Italy dishes out classic Italian-American sandwiches and bring out the kid in all of us with their colorful ice cream sandwich cake. Italian comfort food is paired with beer at gastropub Alla Spina in Philadelphia. Superba Snack Bar in Venice, CA crafts their own fresh and dried pastas using unusual ingredients and cooking techniques. City House in Nashville puts a Southern twist on Italian sausages and seafood and uses leftover pizza dough to create bread dumpling-like gnocchi.

Source: Cooking Channel

70 :06x08 - Reinvention

We all love classic dishes but they are all the more special when thoughtful chefs rethink and reinvent them into something completely new and unique. The Wakin' and Bakin' Brunch at Miami's Eating House has something new and interesting for both savory and sweet lovers. Lucy's Fried Chicken in Austin spruces up the traditional fried chicken dinner with lots of creative fixings and sides. Josh's Deli in Surfside Florida brings the traditional Jewish deli to a whole new level, reinventing the ubiquitous matzoh ball into gnocchi. And Easy Tiger in Austin combines an artisanal bakery with a beer hall.

Source: Cooking Channel

71 :06x09 - New Asian

In Austin, Texas an authentic ramen house is taking classic broths and adding intense flavors that Texans will enjoy. At Pubbelly in Miami the pig is big and served at this gastropub in unique Asian-inspired ways. Traditional Thai food has reached the people of Austin and they couldn't be happier with Sway. And in Brooklyn, Dassara is transforming brunch favorites like bagels and lox into an Asian noodle dish.

Source: Cooking Channel

72 :06x10 - Small Bites

Need a nibble of something sweet? Take a bite of sticky, stacked baklava and creative candies from Queens and Brooklyn, or a tiny taste of decadence with twisted French classics in Chicago or upscale Farmer's Market fare in San Francisco. These treats may be tiny, but are huge on flavor.

Source: Cooking Channel

73 :06x11 - Hot Lunch Spots

Find out what the buzz is all about at these dining hot spots across the country. From a San Francisco legend where they're taking Chinese food and turning it on its head, to a New York City favorite where American classics get a twist, to a cozy Portland, Oregon favorite where the menu changes every night. After this, you'll be calling for a reservation.

Source: Cooking Channel

74 :06x12 - Ethnic Eats

Authentic global flavors can be savored right here in America. Folks craving Mediterranean and Israeli food flock to charming Balaboosta in New York City. Popular Nashville food truck Riff's Fine Street Food marries Caribbean and Asian flavors. At Cook's Torta in Los Angeles, there's always a crowd for their Latin-style sandwiches. Pecking Order in Chicago serves Filipino-style chicken that comes roasted, grilled or fried.

Source: Cooking Channel
Classification: Reality
Genre: Cooking/Food | Educational | Family | How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Network: Cooking Channel ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: May 31, 2010
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