Bobby visits the unlikely home of a colony of bees, and brings back some of their delicious honey to transform his Mama's dishes alongside guest Colette Burnett. He makes Grilled Honey Chicken With Rum Sauce and Honey-Pineapple Nut Bars.
Bobby discovers a hydroponic garden on the rooftops of Brooklyn and brings back the freshest baby butterhead lettuce for his Cheese Steak Lettuce Cups and fresh basil for his Roasted Zucchini Skins.
Bobby heads out to Long Island and learns how to harvest the freshest clams the shore has to offer for his Seafood Pie. Later, Lime Mousse Cups for dessert.
Bobby visits a Mexican cheese shop that's been in Brooklyn for more than a decade and learns how to make authentic Oaxaca Cheese for his baked Chicken Cheese Empanadas with fresh Tomatillo Salsa. He also makes Oven-Roasted Chicken Thighs With Garlic and Orange and Sweet Potato Chicken Mole.
Bobby uncovers an unlikely expert of Japanese cuisine who shows him that going totally tofu can be delicious. This episode features Silken Tofu, Crispy Black Pepper Tofu Bites, Tofu and Veggie Soup and Tofu Creme Brulee.
Bobby Deen begins his culinary quest to lighten up his mom's meals starting with just desserts. He is tackling two of Paula's most famous dishes -- Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding and Chocolate Mousse Pie. Bobby's whipping up a Fresh Fruit Bread Pudding and Frozen Chocolate Pie. He's cutting the fat and calories in these decadent desserts but keeping all of the flavor.
Paula comes for a visit, and Bobby decides to take her to world-famous Coney Island. While they explore, Bobby decides to make his own healthier versions of his favorite fair treats so he's able to eat them more often. He whips up Brown Sugar and Oat Baked Apples, Chicken Brats With Celery Salad and Dutch Baby.
Comfort food doesn't have to be banned when you're on a diet. With a few tweaks, like using the leanest beef and the freshest peaches, Bobby creates waistline-friendly dishes of Lean Multigrain Goulash and Light Peach Cobbler.
Bobby learns how to make the healthiest tomato sauce for his spaghetti and pizza from an adorable Brooklyn raised Italian grandma (born in Italy!) and shares his dishes with special guests Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos. With recipes for Light Spaghetti With Homemade Sauce, Whole Wheat Veggie Lovers' Pie, Nonna's Fresh Spicy Tomato Sauce, Nonna's Basil-Walnut Pesto, Broccoli Rabe Salad and Gabriele's Italian Bitter Spritzer.
Bobby takes on two of his mom's monster meals -- the infamous Krispy Kreme Burger and her creamy Vanilla Milkshake. There is only one person in the world who can help him tame these titanic dishes: his mom, Paula! But will she be happy with the results?
Bobby Deen learns how to make light, but still flavor-filled beer for his chicken at the Brooklyn Brew Shop. Brew experts, Stephan Valand and Erica Shea whip up a special light brew that anyone can do at home, laced with flavors of savory orange and coriander. Later, Bobby's good pal Vanessa Cantave stops by to help cook and taste Bobby's Lighter Drunken Chicken and Jalapeno Cheddar Corn Cakes!
Bobby Deen may be in the city now, but he will always be a Georgia boy at heart. So he is "un-frying" two Southern staples -- Fried Chicken and Fried Green Tomatoes -- to make them fit his lighter and leaner lifestyle. But, as always, he keeps all of that great flavor he grew up with!
Bobby learns how to make the healthiest, most delicious veggie burger patty from a combination of whole fresh veggies with Josh Capon of Burger & Barrel, which kicks off his Burger-Rama meal of the Ultimate Veggie Burger With Deen Sauce, Roasted Onion Salad, Baked Onion Rings and Original Light Chocolate Beer.
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