The hottest, meatiest, belly-warmingest bowls of chili in the country.
Fantastic food is more important to many travelers than museums, hotels, and souvenirs, and we've compiled all the must see spots across the country to have a one-of-a-kind dining experience. We're serving up hefty plates of the country's tastiest, most mouth-watering, and decadent meals. We're talking lip smacking pizza, tasty deli entrees, boat loads of bacon, fresh seafood, finger licking deep fried dishes, and that's only the beginning. So bring your appetite and your stretchy pants as we dive into a healthy portion of Food Paradise!
Love this show! This is one of the best shows ever but can we get more than just season 2??
Want more seasons please Love this show. But why do we only get season 2. Can we please have more seasons.
Diana P Rojo
Love it Great to find all these places the variety is great
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DC Josh Kicks
The best My fav show
Love it,love it, I just love it..
Paris Tiara June 8, 2015
Love this show! This is one of the best shows ever but can we get more than just season 2??
Adam Richman is on the ultimate quest to uncover the most unique, surprising hidden food treasures in the world. He eats off-the-menu dishes you'd never find anywhere else on the planet, all at places you would never expect.
Adam is on the ultimate hunt to uncover the most unique, surprising, and delicious hidden food treasures in every town, the dishes you would never find anywhere else on the planet, at the places you would never expect. Adam sets out on his newest quest... to unearth the best secret dishes in towns across America.
Adam Richman is a food fanatic who's held nearly every job in the restaurant biz. And now, he's on a mouthwatering journey to find America's greatest pig-out spots and take on the country's most legendary eating challenges. He's no competitive eater, just a regular guy with a serious appetite. This is the ultimate hunger quest; this is Man V. Food.
Adventurous eater Andrew Zimmern searches the world for exotic foods and unusual local flavors. Whether he's harvesting barnacles in Lisbon or wading through bogs in Ireland, Andrew always dishes up the unimaginable.
This season Anthony Bourdain takes viewers to 15 locations that will surprise him and defy his expectations - for better or for worse. In some cases Tony will be challenged by what he sees. Mozambique is a country emerging from a history of colonial oppression and years of brutal civil war. It's filled with heartbreak and beauty - and amazingly good food that mixes African, Portuguese and Indian influences. It is one of the more surprising places Tony has seen in his years as a professional traveler. The Croatian Coast is at the opposite end of the spectrum. It seems to be unaware of it's own good fortune - beautiful coastline, truffles, wine, cheese and seafood. It's no wonder that some see it as the new Riviera. Against his own best instincts, Tony goes to Finland in the middle of winter. Minimal daylight and the cold weather aren't the big draws here. Tony has a huge fan following in Finland and he needs to know why. Lisbon is a place that Tony feels like he should have visited long ago. There he uncovers the political side of some Portuguese traditions - like fado music. South By Southwest, a veritable deluge of hipsterdom, unexpectedly located in the conservative stronghold of Texas. Austin may be known for being weird year-round, but this event brings together the music, movies, and mixed media of quirky indie fans from around the country. Tony is here to figure out what exactly makes this event so crazy, so awesome, and so unique. And as usual, Tony brings an intellectual curiosity, empathy, wit and a boundless appetite to every location he visits.
This is The Great Food Truck Race...where seven real teams representing the country's best food trucks hit the road... to cook their way across America. Each week, the teams that sell the most food race on to the next episode. The losing team drives home. In the end, one food truck remains...and the team behind the wheel and the grill win the $50,000 grand prize. These are great characters with fascinating EXISTING relationships. They're husbands and wives... brothers and sisters... best friends. And they're already running the most successful, outrageous food trucks in the country. But never quite like this. The host, Tyler Florence, explains the rules, and they couldn't be simpler. In each city, they'll start with a limited budget...then they have the weekend to strategize and sell. Anything else they buy (anything from more raw ingredients... to ads on local TV) comes out of their profits. Whoever makes the most is safe. The truck that makes the least amount of money- is eliminated. Delicious food? Check. A high stakes competition? Check. A cross-country adventure? Beautiful scenery? Big characters? Check. Check. Check. The Great Food Truck Race. Chopping, peeling dicing, slicing, and serving great food in a parking lot near you.
We've combed the world for the tastiest dishes in the most legendary and undiscovered hot spots, and our taste buds are bursting! We're talking 2.2 pounds of rosemary-grilled steak in Italy, crispy lobster in Barcelona, shrimp on the barbie in Sydney, and hands-down, the juiciest burgers from all over the world. Topped with everything from pulled pork to fried eggs and served out of food trucks to 5 star restaurants, these burgers will make you drool. We deliver pizza pies from 8 different cities, from Tokyo's table-cooked seafood pizza to a shocking slice served up in South Africa. We eat like an Argentinian cowboy and chow down on crispy Southern BBQ in Paris. Vibes range from the casual to the truly bizarre and you'll want a taste of all the surprises on Food Paradise International. Bon Appetit!
In each half hour of this docu-style series, host George Motz will meet three of America's best hamburger creators, tour their establishment and find out what goes in to making their burger one of the best in the land. Two of these burger champions will be ripped directly from the pages of George's hit book Hamburger America and our third burger will be a "rule" breaker. George's rules for greatness are tough and one of his main rules is the burger must exist for 20+ years before it can grace the pages of his book. For TV, we are going to challenge this rule and send George on the hunt for younger burgers that may some day grace his pages...if they can stand the test of time.
Bizarre Foods America is back with another helping of stateside adventures as chef, writer, and culinary explorer Andrew Zimmern continues his quest to taste the weird and wonderful foods that can be found right here in the US. So whether it's baked muskrat in Baltimore, deep fried piglet testicles on a hog farm in Iowa, or fermented fish eggs with Native Americans on an island in Alaska, Andrew is ready to tempt and test his palate without ever leaving his homeland!
A bold new show from the award-winning chef and series host, which combines good food and good cooking with Ramsay’s passion, energy and humor into a one-of-a-kind LIVE series. Foodies from across the U.S. will battle it out in a high-stakes cook-off, as Ramsay chats with surprise guests and appears in unique field segments. THE F WORD WITH GORDON RAMSAY airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on FOX.
Two million hotel rooms are occupied every night in America, so it's no wonder that some of the most captivating tales from America's history have occurred in hotels. Join us as we explore these secrets and legends.
From the imaginative mind of Bryan Fuller (Heroes, Pushing Daisies), and the artful direction of David Slade (Twilight: Eclipse, 30 Days of Night), comes a one-hour drama series exploring the early relationship of Thomas Harris' famous characters—psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter and his patient, gifted FBI criminal profiler Will Graham. This stylized thriller tells an origin story of masterful manipulation.
Coffee magnate and adventurer Todd Carmichael is the Indiana Jones for the java generation. He hunts down rare strains of coffee in some of the most fascinating and unseen places in the world. His business depends on sourcing coffee so extraordinary; it's sought after by the world's top chefs. Whether he's attacked by bats, driving some of the world's most treacherous terrain, or dangling hundreds of feet in the air on a makeshift zip-line, Carmichael risks his life traveling to such locations as Haiti, Bolivia, Madagascar and Borneo to track his way from villages to mountain enclaves where the best coffee fruit hides. Buying directly from the growers means Carmichael must encounter danger and opposition from entrenched middlemen. There's an amazing story behind every cup!
Based on the stories of G. K. Chesterton, Father Brown, follows the crime-solving priest of St. Mary's Catholic Church in the fictional village of Kembleford in the early 1950s. The mild-mannered priest looks unremarkable, but his gentle nature and slightly crumpled look belie a razor-sharp wit and intellect.
Filmmaker Richard Linklater, best known for his movies "Bernie," "School of Rock," "Waking Life," and Oscar-nominated "Before Sunset," has created a new historical travel show for Hulu called "Up to Speed." Each week, "Up to Speed" follows tour guide, historian and flaneur Timothy "Speed" Levitch ("The Cruise") as he visits the monumentally ignored monuments of America's cities, from the shoe gardens of San Francisco to the luckiest subway grate in New York City.