Josh Denny rolls into Atlanta in search of a titanic Southern trinity. Bone Lick BBQ serves up the Death by Sandwich, 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 three pounds of chicken and waffles and a dozen fried eggs are piled atop two-foot wide pancakes for the Ultimate All-In-One.
Josh Denny cruises through South Carolina's capital sampling substantial local favorites with a side of Southern charm. First up is Bourbon's The Champ, a 14-inch gravy-laden biscuit loaded with savory meats and half a dozen eggs, that will have the state legislature calling for adjournment! At Henry's, there's the Hungriest Bennett, a 12 ½ pound hash brown casserole jam-packed with everything the restaurant has to offer for breakfast. Then, there's The Cinnamonster. At 22 inches wide and half a foot high, this capital-sized cinnamon roll at The Devine Cinnamon Roll Deli is so popular, it just may run for office.
Josh Denny heads south to Charleston, S.C. to see if a Yankee can tame the city's biggest bites. Kitchen 208 amps up a southern classic with a sixteen-inch high chicken and waffle sandwich called the Belle-gem Triple Play. Mex 1 Coastal Cantina constructs a colossus of crunchiness with their mountain of Big Papa Nachos, featuring house-smoked chicken and pulled pork, queso and a generous topping of fried shrimp. Then, it's on to Sesame Burgers and Beer to take on The Juggernaut, a five-pound, nine-inch high burger overflowing with chili cheese fries, bacon and chipotle cream sauce.
Josh Denny arrives in Jacksonville to tackle the biggest meals in Florida's biggest city! The Sea Monster makes landfall at Beachside Restaurant and Seafood Market, netting five types of ultra-fresh seafood cooked three different ways, then rolled into a grilled burrito. Black Sheep gets ridiculous with The Ri-Duck-ulous Banh Mi, a five-foot long baguette stuffed with ground duck breast and a half-dozen veggie toppings. Then, Gas Full Service Restaurant pumps out The Full Tank, a three-pound sandwich on an eight-inch bun, fully loaded with beef burgers, a deep-fried serving of pulled pork and a patty of fried cheese.
Josh Denny rolls into Sin City on the prowl for its most decadent eats. At Truffles N Bacon, he battles The Belly of the Beast, a burger masterpiece that piles on more than four pounds of ground beef and pork belly, topped off with tater tots, melted cheese, peppers and Korean mayo. At Rollin' Smoke Barbecue, he tastes the Triple Gut Buster, a thirteen-pound, two-foot sandwich overflowing with three types of smoked meat, waffle fries and more. Then, right in the middle of the famous Vegas Strip, a favorite dessert gets supersized at LAVO with the Skyscraper Strawberry Shortcake, a multilayered tower brimming with shortcake, whipped cream and pounds of strawberries.