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Man's Greatest Food

Season 1 2017

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  • 2017-10-12T01:00:00Z on Cooking Channel
  • 45 mins
  • 5 hours, 15 mins (7 episodes)
  • United States
  • English
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Roger Mooking sets out on a culinary odyssey around the country on the ultimate search for Man's Greatest Food. From Steaks to Barbecue, Seafood to Sandwiches, Pork to Pizza, and of course, man's greatest Hamburgers, no eatery is too far out of the way for these mouth-watering culinary creations. Roger sets a fast pace to sample some of the most succulent, not-to-be-missed food offerings to be found in these United States.
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7 episodes

1x01 Barbecue

  • Series Premiere

    2017-10-12T01:00:00Z — 45 mins

Roger Mooking cannot resist the sweet, succulent smoky goodness of barbecue as he canvases the country on the lookout for the fifteen best barbecue dishes wherever he can find them. For as long as there has been fire, man has been barbecuing over it. Brisket, chicken, whole hog, mutton, and even a breakfast taco are just a few of the saucy delights to be found when fire, meat, and seasoning intersect in juicy perfection.

1x02 Pizza

  • 2017-10-19T01:00:00Z — 45 mins

Pizza is one of man’s most popular inventions and everyone’s favorite food. So when Roger Mooking presents the top fifteen pizza offerings in the whole country, it’s bound to be a revelation. From the paper-thin crusts of New York, to the wood-fired ovens of the west coast, to the bottomless deep dish of Chicago, and with toppings many have never even considered, being called the best finally puts pizza on the pedestal it deserves.

1x03 Seafood

  • 2017-11-02T01:00:00Z — 45 mins

Roger Mooking travels America to reel in the fifteen very best seafood dishes. Freshness is key and location matters. From the Atlantic seaboard to the Pacific coast, down deep in the bayou, and high in the Rockies, there's no limit to what seafood lovers will do to sink their teeth into nature's delectable all you can eat buffet. Shrimp, lobster, snapper, or grouper, and fried, steamed, baked, or smoked, no oyster shell is left unturned.

1x04 Steak

  • 2017-11-09T02:00:00Z — 45 mins

In the culinary world of signature meals, nothing else compares to the sensory experience of steak. There’s the sizzle, the beefy aroma, the flowing juices, the red marbleized texture practically begging for the cut of the knife. And then finally it’s allowed to melt in the mouth. Roger Mooking searches the country for the top fifteen finest cuts and the most perfect intersections of meat, seasoning, and fire.

1x05 Hamburgers

  • 2017-11-23T02:00:00Z — 45 mins

As the deceptively simple ground meat served on a bun with the perfect combo of condiments and garnishes, the hamburger stands alone as the go-to meal for the American masses. Roger Mooking serves up the top fifteen masterpieces of handheld deliciousness. This is an all-points survey of the amazing variety to which the hamburger has evolved. When the names include the Juicy Nookie, the Brother From Another Mother Burger, and the Burger of the Gods, average is not on the menu.

1x06 Pork

  • 2017-11-30T02:00:00Z — 45 mins

Roger Mooking travels the country to discover the top fifteen greatest pork dishes. Regional pride and bragging rights are a big part of the evolution of these exceptional pork dishes, not to mention the unbelievable variety. Pig cheeks, pig feet, bacon bombs, ribs, ham, pork wings, and whole hog are all a delicious part of the wide world of pork.

1x07 Sandwiches

  • 2017-12-21T02:00:00Z — 45 mins

Roger Mooking loves a great sandwich. After all, it’s a full-fledged meal you can hold in your hands. Geography means variety, and sometimes size matters. As he searches for the country’s fifteen best sandwiches, he also learns about techniques and the grand assortment of culinary delights one can place between two slices of bread. These are the amazing people and establishments that offer up something so simple that can be so good.

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