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When it comes to finding the biggest and tastiest foods in the US, food fanatic Josh Denny is the right man for the job. From a 5-foot pizza to an 8-pound barbecue sandwich to a burrito too big to wrap his arms around, Josh meets the passionate people who come up with these culinary monsters and finds out what makes them so enormous and delicious.

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Season 2, Episode 1

Atlanta: Barbecue, Brunch and the Bayou

Josh Denny rolls into Atlanta in search of a titanic Southern trinity. Bone Lick BBQ serves up a five-pound muffaletta piled high with pulled pork, brisket, collard greens and coleslaw. Cajun cooking comes east at Henry's Louisiana Grill, where a nine-foot po' boy named The Big Bayou Monster boasts thirty pounds of fried shrimp, crawfish, oysters and alligator. Then, a southern classic gets ginormous at Peach and The Porkchop when four pounds of chicken and waffles and a dozen fried eggs are piled atop two-foot wide pancakes for the Ultimate All-In-One.

Saturday
Sep 9
2:30pm | 1:30c
Season 3, Episode 2

Gobble 'Til You Wobble

Josh Denny is in search of the most titanic Thanksgiving dishes! In New York City, David Burke Kitchen puts the turducken to shame with the Piecaken: layered pecan and pumpkin pies, plus a whole spice pound cake and an upside-down apple pie. Krave It in Bayside, N.Y. knocks it out of the park with The Cran-Slam, a 26-inch pizza covered in turkey, marshmallows, yams, cranberry sauce, homemade stuffing and gravy. Then, the Square Pub in Decatur, Ga. gives the turkey dinner an upgrade with The Gobbler, a foot-tall sandwich stuffed with a turkey burger patty and topped with mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, stuffing and green bean casserole.

Sunday
Nov 19
2:30pm | 1:30c
Season 1, Episode 6

Louisville's Epic Eats

Josh Denny rides into Louisville to try his luck with a trifecta of magnificent meals. First, the Double Southern Belle at Mussel and Burger Bar, which sports fried green tomatoes, a full pound of black angus beef and several thick layers of pimento cheese. The Big Daddy Hot Brown at Gary's on Spring takes a famous Louisville dish and transforms it into a two-foot-wide, 10-pound masterpiece. Then, at the Come Back Inn, The Godfather makes a culinary offer he can't refuse: more than one and a half pound of roast beef smothered in vegetables and marinara sauce, soaked in au jus, and served on a 12-inch roll!

Monday
Nov 20
10:30am | 9:30c
Season 2, Episode 7

Tucson: Biggest Orders on the Border

Josh Denny two-steps into Tucson, Ariz. in search of the Southwest's most monumental meals. Boca Tacos y Tequila serves up the Titanic Taco Dog, a five-pound taco piled high with pinto beans, cactus salsa and bacon-wrapped hot dogs. Mega meat and searing heat come together at Lindy's on 4th, where a six-pound burger named The Burn Out gets topped with jalapenos and pepper Jack cheese, then smothered in a sauce made with the hottest chili on the planet. Finally, the Stray Dogs Grill rolls out a sixteen-inch-wide, chocolate-filled glazed doughnut called The B.F.D.

Tuesday
Nov 21
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 3, Episode 3

Festival of Big Bites

Josh Denny celebrates the Festival of Lights by feasting on the hugest Hanukkah-inspired meals. Sarge's Delicatessen and Diner in New York City builds a sandwich that could last for eight nights with The Monster: giant slices of rye bread stacked with house-made pastrami, corned beef, roast beef, salami, turkey and coleslaw smothered in Russian dressing. General Muir in Atlanta brings joy to the masses with their Festival of Heights, huge scratch-made latkes piled high with pastrami, cheese curds and schmaltz chicken gravy. Then, Doughnut Plant in New York City is lighting it up with the Menorah Ripple, a menorah-shaped doughnut packed with blackberry jelly with a cream cheese glaze.

Tuesday
Dec 12
2:30am | 1:30c
Season 2, Episode 11

New Orleans: Huge, Hot and Cheesy in the Big Easy

Josh Denny lets the good times roll, hunting down New Orleans' most massive meals. Dat Dog unchains its Datzilla, made of three Louisiana-style hotdogs -- alligator, crawfish and hot sausage -- covered in Andouille sauce, French fries and chili. The historic Parkway Bakery and Tavern's Bayou Beast makes a monster-sized "poor boy" sandwich out of two 36-inch French bread rolls filled with pot roast, deep-fried shrimp and alligator sausage. Not to be outdone, The Big Cheezy wheels out its Daddy Mac, a behemoth of grilled cheese, roast beef, bacon and mac and cheese!

Saturday
Dec 16
2pm | 1c
Season 3, Episode 4

Ginormous Joy!

Josh Denny gets into the holiday spirit by sharing some of Christmas's biggest delights. D.B.A. Barbecue in Atlanta makes a skyscraper with their Stack The Halls sandwich, loaded with smoked turkey, duck, beef tenderloin, maple-glazed ham, cranberry relish, sweet and mashed potatoes, and corn muffin stuffing. Big Pie in the Sky in Roswell, Ga. offers up the most wonderful pie of the year in the Christmas Colossus, a 30-inch pizza that topples the scale. And at Clinton Hall in New York City, there's the Stocking Stuffer, a tower of Belgium waffles piled high with vanilla ice cream, marshmallows, candy, a slice of three-layer cake and topped with a snowman made of doughnuts.

Monday
Dec 18
11pm | 10c
Season 3, Episode 4

Ginormous Joy!

Josh Denny gets into the holiday spirit by sharing some of Christmas's biggest delights. D.B.A. Barbecue in Atlanta makes a skyscraper with their Stack The Halls sandwich, loaded with smoked turkey, duck, beef tenderloin, maple-glazed ham, cranberry relish, sweet and mashed potatoes, and corn muffin stuffing. Big Pie in the Sky in Roswell, Ga. offers up the most wonderful pie of the year in the Christmas Colossus, a 30-inch pizza that topples the scale. And at Clinton Hall in New York City, there's the Stocking Stuffer, a tower of Belgium waffles piled high with vanilla ice cream, marshmallows, candy, a slice of three-layer cake and topped with a snowman made of doughnuts.

Tuesday
Dec 19
2am | 1c
Season 3, Episode 3

Festival of Big Bites

Josh Denny celebrates the Festival of Lights by feasting on the hugest Hanukkah-inspired meals. Sarge's Delicatessen and Diner in New York City builds a sandwich that could last for eight nights with The Monster: giant slices of rye bread stacked with house-made pastrami, corned beef, roast beef, salami, turkey and coleslaw smothered in Russian dressing. General Muir in Atlanta brings joy to the masses with their Festival of Heights, huge scratch-made latkes piled high with pastrami, cheese curds and schmaltz chicken gravy. Then, Doughnut Plant in New York City is lighting it up with the Menorah Ripple, a menorah-shaped doughnut packed with blackberry jelly with a cream cheese glaze.

Wednesday
Dec 20
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 2, Episode 1

Atlanta: Barbecue, Brunch and the Bayou

Josh Denny rolls into Atlanta in search of a titanic Southern trinity. Bone Lick BBQ serves up a five-pound muffaletta piled high with pulled pork, brisket, collard greens and coleslaw. Cajun cooking comes east at Henry's Louisiana Grill, where a nine-foot po' boy named The Big Bayou Monster boasts thirty pounds of fried shrimp, crawfish, oysters and alligator. Then, a southern classic gets ginormous at Peach and The Porkchop when four pounds of chicken and waffles and a dozen fried eggs are piled atop two-foot wide pancakes for the Ultimate All-In-One.

Monday
Dec 25
10am | 9c
Season 1, Episode 7

Cincinnati's Hometown Heroes

Josh Denny rolls into Cincinnati, where local favorites are on the menu. Blue Ash Chili dishes out the No Freakin' Way, two and a half pounds of Cincinnati-style chili on top of two and a half pounds of spaghetti, piled high with shredded cheddar and a jalapeno bottlecaps. The city's German heritage is on display at Mecklenburg Gardens, where the Uber Terminator features an eye-popping 38-inch hot mettwurst sausage on a 36-inch bun. And Cincinnati's favorite breakfast sausage, goetta, adds a unique and delicious flavor to the 10-patty Cincinnasty burger at Bard's Burgers and Chili.

Monday
Dec 25
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 2, Episode 11

New Orleans: Huge, Hot and Cheesy in the Big Easy

Josh Denny lets the good times roll, hunting down New Orleans' most massive meals. Dat Dog unchains its Datzilla, made of three Louisiana-style hotdogs -- alligator, crawfish and hot sausage -- covered in Andouille sauce, French fries and chili. The historic Parkway Bakery and Tavern's Bayou Beast makes a monster-sized "poor boy" sandwich out of two 36-inch French bread rolls filled with pot roast, deep-fried shrimp and alligator sausage. Not to be outdone, The Big Cheezy wheels out its Daddy Mac, a behemoth of grilled cheese, roast beef, bacon and mac and cheese!

Tuesday
Dec 26
2am | 1c
Season 1, Episode 4

Richmond's Monumental Meals

Josh Denny storms Richmond, a city rich in history and packed with monumental meals. The first stop is The Halligan Bar and Grill, where a former fireman has mastered smoke and fire to make the Flatliner, a towering stack of five meats layered between slices of cheddar and pepper Jack cheese. Next up is the Battleship Manassas at The Black Sheep, a 24-inch sandwich overflowing with fried trout. Lastly, there's a burrito on steroids: the six-pound donkey at Baja Bean Co.

Monday
Jan 8
11pm | 10c