Meat & Potatoes

Hosted by Rahm Fama
Rahm Fama on Meat & Potatoes

Second Helpings

Rahm's back with another serving of meaty favorites on Meat & Potatoes. In Philadelphia, he samples Jose Garces' signature Whiskey King burger

More Hearty Fun

When it comes to meat, Rahm Fama of Meat & Potatoes means business. He's tracking down the country's best spots for the choicest cuts of beef, pork and everything in between.

On the Road

Want to eat at a restaurant featured on Meat & Potatoes? Now you can.

About the Host

Meat-loving chef Rahm Fama follows his carnivorous curiosity across the country, searching out the choicest cuts of mouth-watering meat.
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More About Rahm Fama

Meat-loving chef Rahm Fama follows his carnivorous curiosity across the country, searching out the choicest cuts of mouth-watering meat.
Read Full Bio

About the Show

Meet Rahm Fama. Actually, "Meat" Rahm Fama! A chef and meat nerd originally from New Mexico, Rahm combs the country for the choicest cuts. He obsesses over meat with fellow chefs, local food lovers and passionate chowhounds across the United States, making several stops in each episode to sample their meaty fare. From mounds of meatballs in New York and chicken-fried steak in Texas to loaded gourmet hot dogs in Chicago and monster beef patties in Oregon, Rahm's carnivorous curiosities uncover the most mouth-watering meats and the side dishes that so perfectly complete them. Rated "M" for meat; vegetarians, beware.

More About Meat & Potatoes

Meet Rahm Fama. Actually, "Meat" Rahm Fama! A chef and meat nerd originally from New Mexico, Rahm combs the country for the choicest cuts. He obsesses over meat with fellow chefs, local food lovers and passionate chowhounds across the United States, making several stops in each episode to sample their meaty fare. From mounds of meatballs in New York and chicken-fried steak in Texas to loaded gourmet hot dogs in Chicago and monster beef patties in Oregon, Rahm's carnivorous curiosities uncover the most mouth-watering meats and the side dishes that so perfectly complete them. Rated "M" for meat; vegetarians, beware.