Road Trip with G. Garvin

Host Gerry Garvin embarks on a cross-country road trip on Cooking Channel to savor the varied and delicious tastes of the south. Tune in to Road Trip with G. Garvin on Cooking Channel.

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Photo By: Sarah Wilson / Getty Images ©2011, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Photo By: Sarah Wilson / Getty Images ©2011, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Photo By: Sarah Wilson / Getty Images ©2011, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Meet G. Garvin

Acclaimed chef, cookbook author and Southern cuisine enthusiast Gerry "G." Garvin is exploring the tastes of the culinary South on his show, Roadtrip with G. Garvin.

Road Trip with G. Garvin

Hit the Road

G. is ready to hit the road, visiting culinary favorites everywhere from Houston to Charleston, Brooklyn and even the Bayou.

Get a full list of the places G. visits.

When in Austin

G. dives head first into Austin's young and hip local food scene — famous food trucks, pit masters and barbecue destinations beware.

For your own taste of Austin, try Tenderland's Home Friendly Breaded Pork Sandwich recipe.

Get the Recipe: Tenderland's Home Friendly Breaded Pork Sandwich

Time for a Drink

G. isn't one to say no to brunch cocktails, especially when it's a Bloody Mary made with bacon and hot peppers.

Always in Good Company

G. has a knack for making friends at each and every stop along the way. Here, G. catches great food, drinks and music at Three Muses in New Orleans with owners Daniel, Sophie and Chris.

Texas-Sized Treats

After housing some of the best barbecue Houston has to offer, G. satisfies his sweet tooth with massive Czech cookies called kolaches from The Original Kolache Shoppe.

While the Kolache Shoppe wouldn't share their secret kolache recipe, we were able to get our hands on their recipe for Cashew-Caramel Cookies.

Get the Recipe: Cashew-Caramel Cookies

The Accidental Chef

G. teams up with Chef Carlos of The Accidental Chef Cooking School, where he's inspired by local crawfish to create a delicious jambalaya dish.

A Visit to the Butcher

A bout of curiosity lands G. at a butchery, where he gets to know where each and every cut comes from.

Beautiful Day for Fishing

Charleston, S.C., and crab fishing go hand in hand for G., who gets taken on a low-country adventure.

Early Bird Gets the ... Crab?

When G. teams up with Shane Ziegler of Barrier Island Eco Tours, they set their sights on a classic crab boil, which means getting started at sunrise so they can round up all the seafood.

Get the Recipe: Shane of Barrier Island Eco Tour's Low Country Boil

Sea to Table

After working up a sweat and an appetite, G. meets with Shane and his wife, Morgan, to prepare the boil.

Sneaking a Bite

Keep an eye out for G. and his insatiable appetite for delicious food.

A Toast to Road Trips

Learn more about G. Garvin and his cross-country culinary travels:

Learn More About the Show
Get to Know the Real G.
All G.'s Road Trip Stops

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