From Massachusetts to California and every state in between, we're counting down the most unique and over-the-top places to pig out, and this week's top eight leads up to a sandwich that has to be seen to be believed in the Pig Out Hall of Fame.
From sea to shining sea, there are infinite ways to Pig Out in the U.S. of A., and we're counting down eight of the most decadent and delightful spots our country has to offer, all leading up to this week's entry into our Pig Out Hall of Fame, an all meat monster meal you won't want to wait to shovel down.
We're answering your pig out prayers with a countdown of eight of the most mind-blowing restaurants in America. It all leads up to a massive cheeseburger that's well worth a spot in the Pig Out Hall of Fame.
From a jaw-dropping 12-pound pizza and a 10-pound bowl of pho to a 5-pound piece of Hog Heaven in the Pig Out Hall of Fame, these one-of-a-kind dishes are worth celebrating.
From ultra-loaded fries and freshly baked dinner rolls to a baby-sized breakfast burrito and a gargantuan 62-inch pizza that's earned a spot in our Pig Out Hall of Fame, prepare to feast your eyes on some over-the-top eats.
From Tucson, Arizona, to Baltimore, Maryland, we highlight eight of the most incredible ingestion joints in the USA. It all leads up to a nuclear-sized sub that will torpedo any appetite into oblivion.
From the baddest burrito in the West and Texas-sized cinnamon buns to Las Vegas' most glamorous grilled cheese and to sausage platter fit for a king,
From a family-sized taco to a pizza-pasta combo that's overloaded with carbs, we're counting down eight mouthwatering marvels.
From totally indulgent tater tots to a multi-meat tower that can only be described as a slam dunk, we're counting down some of America's most delectable eats.
This season's quest to chronicle America's greatest food fantasies reaches its finale as we count down eight of the most extreme eating establishments our nation has to offer. It all culminates with this week's entry into the Pig Out Hall of Fame -- a gyro so ginormous, only a Greek god could conquer it.