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We're serving up hefty plates of the country's tastiest, most mouthwatering and decadent meals. We're talking BBQ bliss, super stuffed sandwiches, boatloads of bacon, incredible Italian entrees and finger-licking deep fried dishes – and that's only the beginning. Travelers love to eat their way across America and we're giving them a guide, counting down all the must-eat spots across the country to have a one-of-a-kind dining experience. So bring your appetite and your stretchy pants as we dive into a healthy portion of Food Paradise.
From Texas, to New York, to Florida to the West Coast we're profiling the nine regional finalists of Men's Health magazine's 2011 Manliest Restaurants competition to find the best places for men to gather and enjoy a hearty feast.
College tailgating is as much about the food as it is about the game. From alligator gumbo to deer fritters we visit the best eats on college game days across the country. Americans love their sports, but what many fans love even more then the big game is the pre-game parking-lot party known as tailgating. TAILGATE PARADISE cheers on the more then 27 million sports fans and loyal alumni who gather together to eat and drink like champs in anticipation of watching others exercise. From alligator gumbo at University of Florida and creole creations at Louisiana State University, to beer and bratwurst at University of Wisconsin and peanut butter buckeyes at Ohio State, TAILGATE PARADISE hits the top spots for gridiron grub across the country. Call it local pride, school spirit, or just a great excuse to have a good time - tailgaters know how to throw a party.
From 5-alarm chili to blistering curries, we're serving up meals that are literally too hot to handle.
Gut-busting portions of beef you can eat are featured, from a 10-pound steak in Wisconsin to a 300 pound burger in Michigan. Americans love beef - and when it comes to serving divine bovine - bigger is better. From a 96-ounce sirloin steak in Indiana and a 168-ounce prime rib in Wisconsin, to a braised leg of cow in San Francisco and a 300-pound hamburger in Michigan, BIG BEEF PARADISE travels across the country in search of the largest, juiciest and most succulent slabs of meat fit for the Flintstones. Grab a steak knife and put on your stretchy pants as BIG BEEF PARADISE takes a carnivorous quest to find colossal ribs, monstrous sandwiches and record-breaking portions of all the red meat you can eat.
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