Bill and Paul learn how to spear bullfrogs with a stick and cook them up; the secret to a famous BBQ sauce; The Redneck Gourmets.
The bikers set out to turn a pest problem into a delicious dish; a hunt for a large invasive river rat called nutria; a Cajun legend helps the boys turn their catch into spicy andouille sausage; a legendary jambalaya festival.
In central Oklahoma Bill and Paul learn how to drive combines, harvest wheat and turn it into beer.
Bill and Paul eat some of the hottest peppers in the world; a world class chili pepper farm; ultra-hot chili burger challenge.
The guys ride into their hometown which is being over run by wild boars; the secret to cooking pig.
Extreme breakfast tacos in Corpus Christi, Texas; tripe, pig skin and cow's head tacos; opening day of shrimp season; local secrets about how to catch and cook shrimp.
Bill and Paul set out to hunt alligators using a crossbow; a beekeeper shows the guys the process of harvesting tupelo honey; redneck tailgate party, beer can chicken.
Local dishes made from pig skin, ears, feet, intestines and stomach; famous pig ear sandwich; traditional hog head sauce; the 50th Anniversary celebration of Jackson's original soul food restaurant.
An interesting approach to living off the land; recognizing edible road kill and how to prepare it; the wild variety of tasty mushrooms the mountain woods have to offer; Bill and Paul ride a dangerous stretch of desert highway.
Squirrel season starts in Kentucky; the bikers hit the Bourbon Trail and Maker's Mark distillery; the best way to cook up squirrel.
Nighttime spear fishing and beach-side pan-frying in South Carolina; an underground dinner party thrown by Guerrilla Cuisine.
The bikers hop aboard the boat of a lifelong lobsterman who literally shows them the ropes; the boys go digging for clams in muddy flats; a traditional beachfront seafood bake.