To kick off the second season of Meat & Potatoes, Food Network chef Rahm Fama heads out across the nation in search of All American Meat. His culinary crusade takes him to unique eateries from coast to coast, as he sinks in incisors into some of the best meat in the country. To start, Rahm takes his carnivorous quest to Old Original Nick's Roast Beef, a 70-year old, Philadelphia institution serving up simple, succulent sandwiches that are so good the locals have developed their own language for ordering. Then he heads to Founding Farmers, a Washington D.C. eatery owned by 42,000 American family farmers. There, chef Al Nappo is using grass-fed, sustainable beef to create single servings of the Colonial classic, Yankee Pot Roast. To wrap up the episode, Rahm touches down in Los Angeles, where newcomer Chili Addiction is spooning out over 90 varieties of American's favorite one pot dish.
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