Adam tries some Gulf Coast eats and coaches local musician AJ Fratto on the Muffaletta Sandwich Challenge at the Calypso Cafe.
The 3 oyster-ket-teers -- Adam Richman, Joe Roszkowski (yellow shirt) and Dave Dekle (aka The Original Oyster House owners).
Dishes at the pass at the Original Oyster House.
Just try and stop your mouth from watering with this fried seafood plate at the Original Oyster House.
Close your eyes and picture yourself soaking up the sun on this beautiful beach near Gulf State Park Pier.
Yes, that is an entire smoked pig. The Shed smokes them in their converted competition Jeep smoker. Jealous?
The meat at the Shed is so tender that it falls right off the bone.
Don't mess with us tough guys. Adam and his boy, sound mixer Eric Bini.
Pulled pork sandwiches all around!
Which of these things doesn't belong? Adam poses with 2 of the original Shed Heads, Gus (red vest) and Jim (brown suit).
So that's where my golf cart went. Guess the Shed can keep it.
Let's just leave the camera rolling and see what interesting things we capture here at the Gulf State Park Pier.
Chef Ryan Paul shows Adam how to make his very own Muffaletta at the Calypso Cafe.
The famous Muffaletta sandwich from the Calypso Cafe. Got what it takes to tackle it?
Now here's what you want to do to get this next sandwich down ... Adam shares his words of wisdom with challenger AJ Fratto.