Outrageous Food

Hosted by Tom Pizzica
Outrageous Food Host Tom Pizzica Weighs a 105-pound Hamburger

Big Chef Is Back

Tom Pizzica, from Season 6 of Food Network Star, on mission to find seriously over-the-top eats.

Highlights: Tom's Star Power

Follow Tom's progress through the Season 6 competition of Food Network Star.

About the Host

In August 2010, Tom Pizzica finished among the final three contestants on season six of Food Network Star.

About the Show

In Outrageous Food, "Big Chef" Tom Pizzica, Season 6 finalist from Food Network Star, is on a quest to unearth the most jaw-dropping, eye-popping, occasionally heart-stopping foods in the country — dishes that give "outrageous" a whole new meaning. From the absurdly spicy ("Ninja" sushi rolls made with fresh habaneros, cayenne peppers and wasabi oil) to the ridiculously pricey (the $175 burger made with Kobe beef, black truffles and foie gras) and the blatantly bizarre (corn-on-the-cob-flavored ice cream), Tom learns the secrets of these out-of-this-world eats from the chefs at all the locales. With years of experience working in kitchens, coupled with his every-guy likeability, sharp wit and appetite for bold food, Tom Pizzica takes Outrageous Food to new heights.

More About Outrageous Food

In Outrageous Food, "Big Chef" Tom Pizzica, Season 6 finalist from Food Network Star, is on a quest to unearth the most jaw-dropping, eye-popping, occasionally heart-stopping foods in the country — dishes that give "outrageous" a whole new meaning. From the absurdly spicy ("Ninja" sushi rolls made with fresh habaneros, cayenne peppers and wasabi oil) to the ridiculously pricey (the $175 burger made with Kobe beef, black truffles and foie gras) and the blatantly bizarre (corn-on-the-cob-flavored ice cream), Tom learns the secrets of these out-of-this-world eats from the chefs at all the locales. With years of experience working in kitchens, coupled with his every-guy likeability, sharp wit and appetite for bold food, Tom Pizzica takes Outrageous Food to new heights.