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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.
Josh Denny tries ginormous foods in Atlanta; the Death by Sandwich at Bone Lick BBQ; The Big Bayou Monster at Henry's Louisiana Grill.
Josh Denny cruises through South Carolina's capital; Bourbon's The Champ, a 14-inch gravy-laden biscuit loaded with meats and half a dozen eggs; Henry's has the Hungriest Bennett, a 12-and-a-half-pound hash-brown casserole.
Kitchen 208 with a 16-inch-high chicken and waffle sandwich called the Belle-gem Triple Play; Mex 1 Coastal Cantina constructs their Big Papa Nachos, featuring house-smoked chicken and pulled pork, queso and a generous topping of fried shrimp.
Josh arrives in Jacksonville to tackle The Sea Monster at Beachside Restaurant and Seafood Market; Black Sheep serves The Ri-Duck-ulous Banh Mi, a five-foot long baguette stuffed with ground duck breast and veggies.
Josh samples the foods in Sin City; the Hot Beast burger at Truffles N Bacon; the Triple Gut Buster At Rollin' Smoke Barbecue; the Skyscraper Strawberry Shortcake at LAVO.
Josh Denny rides into Phoenix, a desert metropolis where transplants from other regions have had a massive impact on local food and culture. At El Palacio, the best of Mexican cuisine is rolled into El Bandido, a 28-inch burrito that will steal your heart and your hunger. Chompie's New York-style deli serves up Bubbie's Belly Buster, a ten-pound beef brisket sandwich stuffed with enough comfort food to make any grandmother proud. Then, it's a Midwestern cookout at Porkopolis, where The Triple Brady Bacon Burger towers 14 inches high and boasts three juicy hamburger patties with three different types of pork.
Josh Denny two-steps into Tucson, Ariz. in search of the Southwest's most monumental meals. Boca Tacos y Tequila serves up the Titanic Taco Dog, a five-pound taco piled high with pinto beans, cactus salsa and bacon-wrapped hot dogs. Mega meat and searing heat come together at Lindy's on 4th, where a six-pound burger named The Burn Out gets topped with jalapenos and pepper Jack cheese, then smothered in a sauce made with the hottest chili on the planet. Finally, the Stray Dogs Grill rolls out a sixteen-inch-wide, chocolate-filled glazed doughnut called The B.F.D.
Josh Denny hits the steel city with his ironclad love of massive meals. At Emporio, they roll out The Six Pack, a gut-busting sandwich made from a full loaf of ciabatta packed with half a dozen huge meatballs. Primanti Bros does an oversized version of the classic Pittsburgh grilled meat sandwich stuffed with coleslaw and fries with their Triple Pitts-Burger. For earth shattering flavor, Bakn has created the Bakn Quake, three 20-inch pancakes filled with fried eggs, cheddar cheese and seven types of house made bacon, topped with maple syrup and then folded like tacos.
Josh Denny tracks down the biggest meals in C-town, where international cuisine hits the heartland. Shinto Experience creates the Godzilla Roll, a deep-fried monster big enough to wipe out an entire city. Cleveland's signature sandwich is a hot dog covered in barbecue sauce, and at Banter, they blow this classic up with The Polish Big Boy, a heavyweight house-made kielbasa piled high with fries, slaw and secret sauces. At Greek Village Grille, they construct an offering worthy of the gods with their Mount Olympus Gyro, combining lamb, beef, chicken and pork piled onto an enormous pita.
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.
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