Season 3

23 :03x01 - Connecticut

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24 :03x02 - New York City

G. Garvin heads to New York in search of big southern flavors in the Big Apple. First it's Texas style BBQ at Mighty Quinn's Barbeque, where the Chef is serving up juicy slow cooked ribs, brisket and chicken. Then it's off to Bell Book & Candle where G. picks fresh vegetables from a roof-top garden to top off succulent pork belly and crispy buttermilk fried chicken. G. finishes his trip at Double Wide, and has double the fun mixing up their signature southern inspired cocktails like sweet tea bourbon lemonade and the Dirty South martini. It's a road trip you can't miss!

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25 :03x03 - Miami

G. Garvin hits Miami, Fla., and heads to Crackers where he cooks up tender maple glazed pork chop with a side of buttery sweet potato mash. Then he heads downtown to Batch Gastropub, for some of the best pork belly in town and a taste of their special blended cocktails. G. wraps things up in Coral Gables at Swine to taste their famous dish, the Hoppin' Jack Rabbit, and gets a lesson in how to make a Miami favorite - key lime pie.

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28 :03x06 - Ft. Lauderdale

G. Garvin travels to Ft. Lauderdale on a mission that only he can accomplish. His first stop is Hot & Soul where husband-and-wife team Mike and Christy are serving up southern comfort specialties with a twist, like their Gnaughty Gnocchi with oxtail. Then at Southern Swank, G. heads into the kitchen and learns how to make their famous smoked beer can chicken. Later G. hits the high seas with Captain Jay and cooks up the catch of the day- tile fish over creamy cheesy grits.

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29 :03x07 - Oahu

G. hits the streets in Hawaii and meets up with the owner of Dat Cajun Guy Food Truck, who prepares a New Orleans style jambalaya that brings Burbon Street straight to Oahu. Then he heads to Monkey Pod for a juicy pulled pork sandwich and classic down home kale salad, topped off with their take on strawberry cream pie. G ends his trip at Hughley's Southern Cuisine, where a military vet is serving up traditional soul food like smothered pork chops and gravy, mashed potatoes and sauteed green beans.

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30 :03x08 - Best of the Midwest

G. starts out his Midwest tour in South Bend, IN at Corndance, where they're turning out unique dishes like pig face flatbread, ham hock cupcakes and fried gator. Then it's off to Carriage House in Chicago, IL for a modern take on Lowcountry cooking. Chef Mark Steuer brings "down south" up north with dishes like the country style sweet bread, Lowcountry oyster roast, and fried chicken with bread and butter pickles, sweet potato hot sauce and local honey. The trip ends in Ypsilanti, MI at Cuppies, where G. samples the best of southern comfort food-everything from catfish and collards, to meat loaf and fried okra.

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31 :03x09 - The Big Island

G. Garvin heads to Hawaii and hooks up with the King of Kona's culinary scene, Sam Choy. Chef Sam takes G. to some of the most authentic southern-inspired spots on the island. Their first stop is Kaaloa's Super J's where they specialize in Lau Lau, a dish made with slow cooked pork and cabbage. It's a Hawaiian spin on a traditional southern classic. Next stop is Big Jake's Island B-B-Q, where the Texas-style BBQ has customers lining up to taste some of their famous ribs, brisket and chicken. Then it's onto Umeke's, for traditional Hawaiian poke served up with lots of love! G. ends the day at a traditional Hawaiian Luau, where he gets a hands on experience creating the perfect menu outdoors under the stars, complete with oxtails and pork butt for some southern flair. Aloha!

32 :03x10 - Chicago

G. Garvin heads to the Windy City and stops at Grandma J's Kitchen, where it's all about comfort food. They're putting their own spin on southern comfort food classics, with dishes like chicken and waffle fritters and "the works," an egg, bacon, kale, potato hash served with fried tomatoes. Then it's off to Honey Butter Fried Chicken, a restaurant whose name says it all! G. wraps things up at The Purple Pig, where He meets a father and son team that's bringing a unique southern flair to dishes like fried pig's ear with crispy kale, pickled cherry peppers and a fried egg.

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33 :03x11 - Indiana

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34 :03x12 - Boston

G. heads to Boston where he finds southern comfort at Estelle's. He gets in the kitchen and cooks up chicken fried steak topped with sausage gravy. Then he heads to Highland Kitchen for a taste of their much talked about coconut curried goat stew. The combination of hot peppers and spices gives this dish a fiery kick. G. ends the evening at Darryl's Corner Bar and Kitchen for some catfish tacos, and jams to the house band.

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36 :03x14 - Rhode Island

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Network: Cooking Channel ( USA)
Type: Reality
Genres: Cooking/Food, Educational, Family, How To/Do It Yourself, Travel
Status: Returning Series
Airs: Tuesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: May 29, 2012
Episodes Order: 14
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