Emeril visits restaurants and a farm that are all family owned and operated. His first stop is Key Largo in South Florida. There you'll meet a family that decided to move to Florida and open a restaurant even though they had never been in the restaurant business. It wasn't easy but they made it work and now they have a thriving business and they're known for their conch fritters. Emeril's next stop is Daytona Beach and his destination is "The Cellar". It's a labor of love for the couple that own and operate it. Their hard work has paid off as "The Cellar" is acknowledged as the best Italian restaurant in the area. Some say it's the best restaurant in Daytona Beach, period. Then Emeril heads to Homestead in South Florida to meet a mother and son that own and operate one of the best farms in the area. They both have stayed in the business to keep the legacy of her husband and his father alive. Emeril finishes up the episode by preparing one of his favorite farm to table dishes, Leek and Potato Soup.