Along every road, in little towns and big cities, you'll find amazing places and food cooked with love by people of faith. Our host, MC Hammer will visit all these hidden places, looking for a taste, a recipe, and maybe even a prayer with people all over the country who are Holy and Hungry.
Along every road, in little towns and big cities, you'll find amazing places and people whose love for cooking is combined with a profound passion for their faith. Hosted by Emmy Award-winning comedian, actress and author Sherri Shepherd, t
Sherri finds religion while cooking with the faithful: At Vonda's Kitchen in Newark, N.J., Sherri is treated to Vonda's Smothered Turkey Wings; At the church of St. Francis Xavier in Manhattan, Father Charles Frederico and Sherri make his Spaghetti e Vongole for a holy crowd; In Brooklyn, Sherri visits the crossroads of food and faith at Basil, a Kosher food and wine bar. And Sherri samples a sanctified sweet, the Land of Milk and Honey Cupcakes.
Sherri breaks bread with break-dancing Father Leo who shares his Poor Man's Pork Skewers; visits Cafe Pierrot in Sparta, N.J., to meet a family committed to faith and serving the community their famous croissants; in Brooklyn, Sherri feasts on the biblical Bronzino fish; and in Fairfield, Conn., Darlene Banks offers Jamaican Jerk Burgers and thoughtful prayers at Craven Dawgs and Ting.
In Brooklyn, Sherri meets the co-founders of Gefilteria who are remaking the Jewish holiday staple, Gefilte Fish; In New York's Lower East Side, Sherri gets a helping of Hinduism alongside her Lamb Pasanda at MasalaWala; Salt Cod Tostones satisfy a group of hungry believers thanks to Dining with Grace; and in Bayonne, N.J., the baking rock stars from Filled Cakes and Confections create an epic bible cake.
Sherri hangs with Alvin and Friends in New Rochelle, N.Y., for some heavenly Shrimp and Grits; In Greenwich, Conn., Father Matt Mauriello has Sherri over for fellowship and feasting on his Manicotti Crepes; A Greek Diner in Cherry Hill, N.J., makes their lent favorite, Imam Baildi; and at Kosher restaurant Eighteen in Manhattan, Sherri tries some Yemenite Soup.
Sherri visits a former friar who makes a miraculous Pizza Margherita at S. Egidio's in Ridgewood, N.J.; In Brooklyn, Ethiopian restaurant Ghenet serves up their communal specialty chicken, Doro Wettt; In Crown Heights, N.Y., Sherri tastes The Gospel of Caribbean food at The Food Sermon Kitchen; and on the Lower East Side in New York, Islamic butcher, Honest Chops, has Halal meat for the masses.