Paul Hollywood visits the beautiful and historic Sicilian capital, Palermo. James Martin focuses on cakes made for special occasions. Brenda and Alisha create a six-foot-tall cookie nutcracker for local dancers, plus a replica of a house in Haiti for a non-profit fundraiser. He creates a fantastic chocolate cake with a fizzy cola twist. The four remaining bakers attempt to make candy bar-influenced desserts. Paul Hollywood is in Jerusalem where he learns about the city's baking culture and history. Then, they create desserts that look like witches along with broomsticks. On the menu are broccoli cornbread, brussels sprouts with pistachios and lemon pecan pie. But, which of his frozen treats will he demonstrate? Plus, a magnificent boiled orange and brazil nut cake. He demonstrates many beautiful celebration cakes including the classic black forest gateau. The garlic bread tastes fantastic and it’s almost unbelievable that it contains no butter. Self-taught cooking queen, Ina Garten, shares her delicious, simple and unique recipes. In the grand finale, the remaining chefs compete to see who can impress the judges the most and take home the massive $25,000 prize money. Trisha Yearwood stays organized on Thanksgiving by preparing an array of dishes ahead of time that are perfect to hold and heat up on Turkey Day. Later, this throw-together dish evolved to be known as Spaghetti alla Guy Fieri visits joints loading it, stuffing it and frying it, from bison-gravy fries in Santa Fe, New Mexico to stuffed oysters in Kansas City, Kansas. Guy Fieri is on the road to sample first-class seafood. But, which of his stunning tart recipes will he demonstrate? Having decided to stay in Dorset, Hugh considers the big question facing the committed smallholder: how far are you prepared to go? Celebrating his affection for pigs, Hugh brings viewers up to date on his beloved breeding sow Delia, who he has even trained to hunt for truffles. Stars Ron Ben-Israel and Jonathan Scott face off against Duff Goldman and Drew Scott in an epic holiday throwdown to create a life-sized gingerbread house in just 72 hours. He uses the fantastically versatile ingredient to create macaroons, pavlova and the classic baked Alaska. Then in a hot pan, chuck the garlic in with a very generous amount of organic olive oil and bring the fire down to medium, half way browning the garlic, toss the chopped anchovies and chilli in. Her dishes are perfect for celebrations and family dinners. In Denver, he tries rabbit and chitlings. This is probably the stage at which you will want to be salting the boiling pasta water and adding the spaghetti to cook according to packet instructions. Then, the bakers have to merge chocolate with unusual ingredients. He bakes delicious waffles, chips and chocolate. Guy Fieri gets a taste of international flavours. Ina gives traditional Thanksgiving dinner dishes a modern twist, with Tuscan turkey roulade, chipotle smashed sweet potatoes and pumpkin flan. Plus, he bakes two Afrikaans classic with a British twist - Earl Grey milk tart and BBQ meat pasties. Plus, they make a life-size Thanksgiving turkey from rice cereal. She prepares southern-inspired meals for her family and friends and shares her favourite recipes that have been passed down from generations. Add the tomatoes, bring to a simmer, and continue to cook for 4 or 5 minutes, until you have a lovely tomato sauce consistency. He shares useful tips and tricks, interesting family stories and his favourite South East Asian recipes that are easy-to-make and full of flavour. Place a large frying pan on a low heat and fill a saucepan with the boiled water and a pinch of salt. Scatter with chopped parsley. A true British pub serves authentic English staples, while a Mexican spot is spicing up shrimps. He focuses on the staples - sugar, cream, strawberries and fresh fruit. The three bakers make a Christmas morning brunch with gingerbread, cinnamon and eggnog. The three finalists make gingerbread showpieces to mark the 35th anniversary of the Christmas movie Gremlins. James Martin, one of Britain’s top dessert makers, explores the many varieties of sweet tarts. Which team will be sent home? She makes herb-crusted beef tenderloin and garlic mashed potatoes.