Tom Pizzica visits Clinton Station Diner in Clinton, N.J., to build a whopping 105-pound hamburger known as the “8th Wonder Of The World” and then challenges a group of college kids to eat it all in one hour. In Johnston, Iowa, Tom dares to try a fiery bbq sauce made from the hottest pepper on Earth at Cactus Bob’s BBQ Corral. Finally, to cool off, he heads to Max & Mina’s in Flushing, N.Y., to reveal some of the 5,000 outrageous ice cream flavors like pizza, lox, beer and cookies, and corn.
For a colossal-sized meal, Tom Pizzica visits Gus' Mexican Cantina in Franklin, Wis., to help serve up the six-foot burrito smothered in cheese and topped with all the Mexican fixings imaginable. Next stop: Chicago's Dog House in Chicago, a hot dog joint that redefines this classic with an alligator corn dog for the truly adventurous type. For his last stop, Tom goes to New York's Wall Street Burger Shoppe, where tasty and expensive Kobe beef burgers come topped with black truffles, foie gras, and real gold.
First up on this outrageous tour, Tom Pizzica heads to Minneapolis to hit up Burger Jones, a local favorite that challenges customers to eat a massive burger piled high with everything from grilled cheese sandwiches to chicken fried bacon. Then, he's off to deep-frying mecca, Chipshop in Brooklyn, N.Y., to fry up things like pizza and even bagels with lox. Lastly, he checks out Pizza Doctors in La Crosse, Wis., where they top pies with everything from spaghetti to breakfast cereal and even serve up sweet chocolate pizza dough covered with candy.
Tom Pizzica builds the "Ultimate New Yorker" at Lansky’s Deli in New York, a seven-pound deli sandwich with corned beef and pastrami packed between a potato knish instead of bread. At Feast in Houston, Texas, he tries heart, black pudding and pig face at this "nose to tail" joint. For dessert, Tom heads to Dania Beach, Fla., where a crowd of school kids help make and taste the jumbo-sized sundaes served at Jaxson's Ice Cream Parlor.
At Fat Sandwich Company in Champaign, Ill., Tom chows down on "The Big Fat Ugly," a house-special sandwich loaded with chicken nuggets, burger patties, pizza bites and hash browns. Then, at Church Brew Works in Pittsburgh, Pa., Tom learns an untraditional recipe for stuffing pierogies with rattlesnake and he tries some of the dishes they make with beer brewed on site. On his last stop, Tom finds Randy's Premier Pizza in St. Paul, Minnesota, which challenges patrons to eat a four-foot pizza.
First up, Tom Pizzica visits Bartolini's, an Italian restaurant in Midlothian, Ill., that challenges customers to eat a ten-pound meatball sandwich in one sitting. Then in Van Nuys, Calif., Tom tests his heat limit when he helps build the #10 at Yagumo Sushi, which combines, habaneros, cayenne, and wasabi oil to create their spiciest roll. And for a hot dog joint with unusual ingredients, Tom goes to The Slaw Dogs in Pasadena, Calif., where kimchi and mac ‘n cheese are just a few of the toppings.
Tom Pizzica travels to San Antonio, Texas, to a self-proclaimed outrageous restaurant, Marianito’s Extreme Tex Mex Grill, where one diner challenges another group of diners to eat a seven-pound burrito in just one hour. Then he heads an hour west of Fort Worth, Texas to help the "outlaw chef" feed a bunch of working cowboys the old-fashioned way, off a chuck wagon with parts of the cow most folks won’t eat. And for a breakfast of champions, he stops in at Shelby’s Kitchen & Deli in Deerfield Beach, Fla., for a two-foot pancake topped with eggs, bacon, home fries, sausage patties, and toast.
And at Lumpy's Diner in Antioch, CA, Tom hits up a retro diner for a 12-egg omelet as large as a football, and "The Intimidator" – a 16-inch pizza round piled 8-inches high with hashbrowns, eggs, cheese, meats, biscuits, and smothered in gravy. Then Tom heads to The Flying Monkey in Philadelphia, PA, where an apple pie and a pumpkin pie are literally baked inside a chocolate cake, the turducken of the pastry world. Finally, Tom stops by CK's Wings-N-Things in Johnstown, PA, for chicken wings done a thousand ways with a variety of hot sauces- the spiciest, "Nuclear Hell", reaching 6,000,000 Scoville units.