TV Tango Search


|              FREE: Ask a TV Expert

All-Star Best Thing I Ever Ate

All-Star Best Thing I Ever Ate

  • Premiered: 
    July 20, 2020
    (Click date to see TV listings for that day)

  • Network: Food Network
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    All-Star version of The Best Thing I Ever Ate 
  • Subject Matter: Lifestyle
  • Tags: food

Buy This Show on DVD or Watch Online

No DVDs Available
(That We Know Of)
Legal Full Episodes
Not Available Online
(That We Know Of)

Plot Synopsis

Whether it is the most sensational sandwiches, best burgers, or one of a kind dishes, Food Network icons showcase the best bites they have tasted each one-hour episode of ALL-STAR BEST THING I EVER ATE. Throughout the season culinary pros give their picks for the country's most amazing eats. Guy Fieri takes viewers on a journey to the bright lights of Las Vegas to get his favorite meaty burrito guaranteed to satisfy cravings, while Molly Yeh divulges where to find the best fried pickles in Bismarck, North Dakota, and Rachael Ray has an unbeatable breakfast sandwich in Pittsburgh. Plus, Sunny Anderson, Valerie Bertinelli, Alton Brown, Anne Burrell, Bobby Flay, Alex Guarnaschelli, and more share some of their own personal recipes that take on each episode's culinary theme, including Flay's rib eye, Brown's pizza on the grill, and Bertinelli's homemade churros. The six-episode series includes the following episodes:

"Sensational Sandwiches" (Premieres Monday, July 20, 2020): Sandwich lovers rejoice! Food Network's biggest stars tell where to get the best cheesesteaks, clubs and subs in America. With delectable dishes like Rachael Ray's favorite pork sandwich in Philly, Valerie Bertinelli's cheesiest croque madame in LA and Carla Hall's succulent lamb biscuit in Washington, DC, this is not one to miss. For the home chef, Bobby Flay shares his delicious lobster roll recipe, Anne Burrell teaches a pulled pork sandwich, and Alex Guarnaschelli roasts the tastiest turkey sandwich.

"Pizza and Burgers" (Premieres Monday, July 27, 2020): Food Network's culinary talent takes on America's two biggest food obsessions -- pizza and burgers. From classics, like Alex Guarnaschelli's tomato pie in Connecticut and Anne Burell's Chicago favorite, to amazing combos, like Alton Brown's Crab Rangoon Pizza or Duff Goldman's own custom creation, this is the definitive guide to comfort food. Plus, Bobby Flay shares his world-famous burger recipe, and Alton shows how to make incredible pizza on the grill.

"Marvelous Meats" (Premieres Monday, August 3, 2020): Food Network's biggest stars tell where to get the best giant steaks, flame-roasted chops and succulent carvings. Martha Stewart tries flame-grilled wagyu, and Guy Fieri shows where to get his favorite meaty burrito. Plus, Bobby Flay teaches how to make the perfect rib eye, Alex Guarnaschelli shares her meat lasagna recipe, and Anne Burrell demonstrates a showstopping crown of pork.

"Deep Fried Decadence" (Premieres Monday, August 10, 2020): On this golden brown and delicious episode, Food Network's biggest stars share their favorite restaurants for fried happiness. Bobby Flay reveals his favorite neighborhood joint for fried chicken, Martha Stewart has a fried feast in Manhattan, and Molly Yeh eats pickles in North Dakota. For the home fryer, Alton Brown shares the secret to his chicken-fried steak, Valerie Bertinelli gets sweet with a homemade churro, and Sunny Anderson teaches what might be your new favorite recipe.

"Brilliant Barbecue" (Premieres Monday, August 17, 2020): The Food Network all-stars get low, slow and out of control as they talk about the very best barbecue America has to offer. Wolfgang Puck eats a smoky sandwich in Los Angeles, and Duff Goldman gets barbecue surf and turf in Maryland. Carla Hall loves smoked wagyu in Washington D.C., while Buddy Valastro eats everything smoked in Atlanta. Plus, grill master Bobby Flay shares his can't-miss brisket recipe, Alton Brown smokes some St. Louis-style ribs, and Valerie Bertinelli shows how to get barbecue flavor without the grill.

"Unbeatable Breakfast" (Premieres Monday, August 24, 2020): Food Network's culinary experts share the morning meals from across the US that absolutely, positively cannot be defeated. Ever. Rachael Ray has a breakfast sandwich in Pittsburgh, Alton Brown gets the greatest cinnamon roll in Santa Barbara, Calif., and Martha Stewart eats a country breakfast in Nashville. Plus, Sunny Anderson, Anne Burrell and Alex Guarnaschelli all share winning breakfast recipes that you can make at home.