Next Episode of Ginormous Food is
Season 3 / Episode 1 and airs on 20 October 2017 20:00
In Ginormous Food, food-fanatic Josh Denny is on a quest to find the biggest and tastiest foods in America. A 5-foot pizza, an 8-pound barbecue sandwich, a burrito too big to wrap his arms around and more - Josh meets the passionate people who come up with these insane dishes, finds out what makes them so enormous and delicious, and sinks his teeth into them.
The Big Dawg, three pounds of house-smoked bologna in a two-foot long bun; a hubcap-sized arepa called The Punisher is stuffed with 15 pounds of pulled beef, chicken, avocado, plantains and cheese.
Datzilla, made of three Louisiana-style hotdogs loaded into an enormous bun and covered in French fries; a monster-sized poor boy sandwich made out of two 32-inch French bread rolls filled with pot roast, deep-fried shrimp and alligator sausage.
Fat Cow Burgers unleashes the Monster Muffuletta Burger, 10 pounds of overflowing salami, ham, fresh mozzarella, provolone and Swiss cheese; at Roux 61, the BL Titan is a three-foot French roll stuffed with catfish, shrimp, and oysters.
The Destroyer has two pounds of burger, 12 strips of bacon and a stack of cheese, all loaded into an enormous grilled doughnut; whole bacon-wrapped chicken topped with fried oysters and collard greens is piled onto pimento cheese cornbread.
Josh Denny haunts America's most spooktacular restaurants in search of the hugest Halloween meals. In New York City, Beetle House serves up a real killer with its Platos De Los Muertos, a 16-inch deep skull-shaped bowl bursting with rice, scallops, shrimp, clams, veggies, pasta and an entire octopus, while Black Tap stirs up a witch's brew of deliciousness with their Candy Cauldron, a vanilla milkshake overflowing with caramel, whipped cream, candy corn, sprinkles and topped off with a candied apple. In Atlanta, Vortex sucks customers in with their Super-Stack Maniac sandwich, stacked with burger patties, Texas toast, American cheese, fried eggs and bacon.
Josh Denny is in search of the most titanic Thanksgiving dishes! In New York City, David Burke Kitchen puts the turducken to shame with the Piecaken: layered pecan and pumpkin pies, plus a whole spice pound cake and an upside-down apple pie. Krave It in Bayside, New York, knocks it out of the park with The Cran-Slam, a 26-inch pizza covered in turkey, marshmallows, yams, cranberry sauce, homemade stuffing and gravy. Then, the Square Pub in Decatur, Georgia, gives the turkey dinner an upgrade with The Gobbler, a foot-tall sandwich stuffed with a turkey burger patty and topped with mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, stuffing and green bean casserole.
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