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Every region has its own local culture and flavor. One of the best ways for a traveler to immerse him or herself in new destinations is to taste these unique dishes. This taste exploration allows even the strictest of dieters the freedom to indulge. In the new series, Travel Channel's Man v. Food, host Adam Richman sets out to travel the country in search of the best places to do some serious indulging.
Casey Webb travels to New York City for the best in big city eats, including an insane challenge that has him choosing between a 151-ounce milkshake, an eight-pound sloppy joe or six habanero ghost chili wings.
Casey Webb travels to Milwaukee for some epic Brew City eats, including a pitcher-sized Bloody Mary garnished with a whole chicken and a four-and-a-half-pound Reuben sandwich challenge.
Casey Webb heads to Charleston, S.C., for some epic low country eats; the Belt Buster Challenge where one must consume a two-pound burger, three pounds of nachos, a hulking order of tater tots and a 12-ounce milkshake in 20 minutes.
Casey Webb heads to New Orleans to taste the best of the Big Easy, including a mammoth po' boy and a four-pound sundae packed with eight large scoops of ice cream and smothered with eight different toppings.
Visiting spooky Sleepy Hollow, New York to try the massive headless horseman burger and taking on the Dawg House challenge in which a roll of the dice chooses 12 insanely topped hot dogs that must be eaten in under 30 minutes.
In Houston for some Tex-Mex tastiness, including a colossal 22-ounce chicken-fried steak and the ultimate spicy challenge -- a burger topped with seven of the world's hottest chili peppers.
Casey Webb travels to Billings, Montana, to tackle a one-hour steak challenge featuring a 78-ounce rib eye and two pounds of mashed potatoes, salad and bread.
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