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After growing up in the restaurant business, comedian Courtney Rada discovered her love for meat, and now she's on a mission to find America's favorite carnivorous recipes. Viewers join Courtney each week as she meets up with local ranchers, farmers, butchers, and cooks to learn just what goes into making each meaty morsel so delectable. From classic Texas barbeque to Indian-inspired dishes in Tennessee and flambéed duck in New York City, Courtney will sink her teeth into some of the best dishes around the country.

Latest episodes

aired 338 days ago
Courtney Rada snacks on a decadent burger in Chicago and swings over to New Jersey for some oxtail stew; In Seattle, she eats octopus two ways before heading down to San Francisco for California fried chicken with Chef Tyler Florence.
aired 338 days ago
Courtney Rada gets up early to work the pits at the legendary Snow's BBQ in Lexington, Texas; sampling the meatiest Monte Cristo in the Windy City; a peanut butter burger; Chef Frank Stitt's award-winning Highlands Bar and Grill.
aired 345 days ago
Courtney Rada gets her hands on some hot chicken and French toast in Nashville; a duck fat hot dog; a surf-and-turf po' boy sandwich from a neighborhood hangout in New Orleans; the steak to beat all steaks with Chef Josh Capon.
aired 345 days ago
Courtney Rada chows down on a sandwich that's bigger than her head in Washington, D.C; a burger to die for in Louisville, Ky.; ribs that tickle her soul in Atlanta; In New York City, Courtney joins Chef Angie Mar as she lights up a duck flambe.
aired 352 days ago
Courtney Rada gets her pork chop on in Nashville before heading to Chicago for a whole smoked goat; In Boston, she indulges in a classic Yankee pot roast, and she makes a stop in Washington, D.C., for a burger party with Chef Spike Mendelsohn.
aired 352 days ago
Courtney Rada tracks down a $1,000 sandwich in Long Island, New York; hearty meatloaf on a doughnut in Austin, Texas; In Chicago, she finds a classic sausage sandwich; short rib dumplings with Iron Chef Stephanie Izard.
aired 359 days ago
Courtney Rada throws down with some lamb shoulder over an open fire in Washington, D.C. and participates in a cheesesteak showdown in Philadelphia; she meets up with Michael Symon for a mind-blowing BBQ kielbasa sandwich in Cleveland, Ohio.
aired 359 days ago
Courtney Rada samples a giant beef rib; a sandwich from a local mobile meat rotisserie; she's feeling the burn with some very hot chicken in Nashville before wrapping things up with tamarind lamb chops made by award-winning chef Maneet Chauhan.

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