Todd takes on KFC's original recipe fried chicken. In his traveling kitchen that's known as the Mobile Food Lab, Todd finds his way to Louisville, Ky., to discover what it is that makes Colonel Sanders' recipe so finger lickin' good.
Todd heads to Sandy Springs, Ga., to clone one of America's sweetest treats, Cinnabon's world famous cinnamon rolls. It's a race against time, and a multi-city whirlwind adventure as Todd tries to bake a batch of buns worthy of fooling the experts.
Todd heads to Tampa, FL, home of the original Outback Steakhouse and birthplace of the Bloomin' Onion. In order to really understand this recipe, Todd must find the man who first created the Bloomin' Onion, but he's not so easy to track down these days.
This week, Todd takes on the world leader in pizza delivery, Domino's Pizza. His investigation takes him to Michigan, the birthplace of Domino's. Todd only has three days to clone a recipe that took two years to perfect.
This week Todd heads to Dallas to try and clone an American classic - Chili's Baby Back Ribs. After he stops off at Chili's headquarters to elicit some information, he sets out to replicate their famous entrée.
This week Todd is in Scottsdale, AZ, the home of P.F. Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps.Todd decides to try a whole new approach to his detective work this time, & gets himself hired as a waiter at a local P.F. Chang's, gaining valuable access to the kitchen.
I love this show. I watch them every year and enjoy them each time. I wish CMT would have picked up additional seasons, it's such a great idea and Todd is perfect. The way he gains insider information can be super funny and I would give anything for that mobile food lab. Todd's books are also really good. I recommend checking them out if you like cloned recipes. I'm amazed at how close most of them turn out.
One of my favorite shows of all time. Very good show watching someone try to clone the recipes of some of the most secret foods in the world always fun to watch show again. Very good TV show that anyone can enjoy