Paul Hollywood begins his journey by exploring the movie metropolis that is New York. He follows in the culinary footsteps of Hollywood greats to enjoy traditional bagels, twice-baked pizza and the opportunity to bake the ultimate ricotta cheesecake with legend Brian Cox. The icing on the cake is collecting a modified Harley Davidson specially designed for his epic journey. Back at home, Paul pays homage to his time in New York by baking the ultimate Big Apple Tarte Tatin.
Paul Hollywood heads towards the warmer shores of America's Deep South. Savannah is one of the nation's most-popular urban film sets with restaurants offering proper down-home food, Georgia style. Paul runs in the footsteps of Forrest Gump, meets an ice cream maestro movie producer and samples spicy local shrimp on a bed of rustic grits. Then onto New Orleans, city of jazz and a movie backdrop for the likes of Elvis Presley and James Bond, where he gets to taste an unforgettable gumbo and the city's famous sweet beignet fritters. Back home, Paul bakes a Deep South breakfast favorite, Monkey Bread.
Paul Hollywood arrives in New Mexico to explore the dishes of the Wild West celebrating beef, beans and bread -- the staples of cowboys and food lovers today. In the city of Santa Fe, he enjoys chili burgers, Mexican mole and the best brisket in town. Then, he walks in the footsteps of acting legends at Bonanza Creek Ranch and Acoma Pueblo, the settings for many iconic Western films. At home, Paul cooks a Santa Fe favorite, traditional Chili with Cornbread.
Paul Hollywood's epic road trip across the United States culminates in the city that celebrates his name. He arrives in Los Angeles just in time to meet a notable "friend" and enjoys the best tacos north of the Mexican border with Lois Lane herself. He samples Moroccan food loved by the Hollywood jet set and learns the secret of how to cook the perfect pot roast. At home, Paul cooks a classic LA Beef Sandwich.