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In one of the most popular series in Travel Channel's history, actor Casey Webb -- assuming the mantle from original host Adam Richman -- travels across America to sample some iconic regional dishes and take on some daunting food challenges, such as attacking a pitcher-sized bloody mary garnished with a whole fried chicken, tucking into a four-and-a-half-pound Reuben sandwich, and a choice between taking on a 151-ounce milkshake, an eight-pound sloppy joe or eating six habanero ghost chili wings. Talk about the big, the bad or the burn!

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Casey Webb's eating expedition brings him to Denver for a mile-high biscuit loaded with fried chicken, bacon and honey butter; latkes with beef brisket and Guinness gravy; Top of the Rockies Burrito Challenge: a four-pound breakfast feast.
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Casey fries up a Latin staple, tackles a Stone Age feast, and makes a four-pound deli platter in the Chompie's Day at the Deli Challenge; indulgent brunch food; a corn bread and potato hash topped with a turkey leg.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Casey Webb goes back in time to a Black Hills outlaw town's old west saloon to chow down on a fried state staple and tackle one tough hombre in the Cowboy Showdown Challenge.
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Casey's eating adventure takes him to Fargo, N.D., for a hearty European take on a cheesy classic, a breakfast-dessert mash up, and the Boiler Room's Hot Dish Challenge; giant pretzels and over a dozen sausages.
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Casey Webb's edible expedition takes him to Portland, Maine, for a lobster-topped cheeseburger and a potato-donut-cannoli mashup; the Taco Gigante Challenge: a footlong hard taco packed with ground beef, chicken and carnitas.
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Casey treks to Mystic, Conn. for a bonkers burger; crazy coastal feast and food with a ridiculously massive sundae in Mel's Downtown Creamery's Big Kahuna Challenge; 30-day dry-aged burgers.
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A sandwich mashup of fried chicken and pulled pork; a porchetta sandwich from a roaming rotisserie food truck; a 49-ounce porterhouse steak and sizable side in the Gold Rush-inspired 49er Club Steak Challenge.
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Casey Webb's tries a falafel sandwich before he tackles the Monte Cristo Reeto with turkey, ham, bacon and Swiss cheese wrapped in a tortilla; the Bay Area's biggest bowls of ramen in the Masumo Challenge.
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Casey Webb's tasty trek takes him to Santa Barbara, California, where he first meets up with a tri-tip steak sandwich with homemade barbecue sauce and apple horseradish; steamed local crab; eight cheeseburger sliders with a portion of tot-chos.
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Casey Webb cracks into crab legs fit for a king at Slippery Salmon Bar and Grill in Anchorage; reindeer meatloaf at Denali BrewPub; the mountainous, double-decker Seward's Folly caribou burger challenge at West Rib Pub and Grill.
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Casey Webb's tasty travels bring him to Manchester, New Hampshire for an epic portion of barbecue that's served on a shovel at KC's Rib Shack; the deluxe cheeseburger mac; a ghost pepper-infused inferno burger challenge.
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A triple-layer burger; Cuban-inspired ice cream flavored with cream cheese; guava and cookies; Casey Webb is joined by two teammates to go up against a monster 30-inch pizza challenge.
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A sopapilla stuffed with carne asada; game-changing ice cream flavored with the local delicacy, green chiles; Casey Webb ends up in a challenge with three hubcap-sized pancakes weighing in at four pounds total.
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Casey Webb's eating expedition brings him to Tucson, Arizona, where he faces off with a cheese and chile tamale pie with pulled pork, avocado hollandaise and more; a bacon-wrapped hot dog taco; the rib-diculous challenge of two full racks of ribs.
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Casey Webb starts with a decadent brioche doughnut that's topped with brunch all-stars and then heads for the sea to dig oysters for a fresh feast; Finally, he faces three 24-ounce milkshakes at a creamery that has been dishing treats since 1928.
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Casey Webb heads to Ocean City, Maryland to dive into a massive jumbo lump crab cake sandwich, make some of the area's iconic salt water taffy candies and fight to stay afloat in the Titanic Sundae Challenge.
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Casey Webb's massive meals include a bacon-wrapped hot dog with a crazy combination of toppings and a foot long chicken burrito blanketed in ghost pepper sauce; a slow-roasted pork shank served with potato salad and sauerkraut.

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