White Rabbit Truck features Filipino fusion food in the form of tacos, nachos and burritos. Its claim to fame is a six-pound burrito; those who finish one make the hall of fame. Not feeling quite that hungry? Try Pork Sisig tacos, made with fried pork belly, onions and jalapenos.
Rock Rest Lodge has been a Colorado institution for its peanut butter burgers, Old West charm and crazy-spicy hot wings. As Tom Pizzica learned, manager Bob Knuth grows ghost peppers in his basement so he can use them for the "killer" hot wing sauce made with wasabi and a hint of cola for sweetness.
Outrageous Food host Tom Pizzica could barely finish Fire on the Mountain's El Jefe wings, as they come smothered in a fiery blend of jalapenos, Frank's RedHot and Cajun seasoning. Luckily, they also dish out milder wings such as Bourbon Chipotle, Buffalo Lime Cilantro and Raspberry Habanero.
Often called a "bacon lover nirvana," Paddy Long's has infused every inch of their menu with bacon (e.g., bacon-wrapped dates, beer-battered bacon strips and the BBQ bacon burger). The ultimate bacon feast comes from The Bomb, a five-pound behemoth of a sausage wrapped in an interlaced bacon weave.
Jake's Sandwich Board pays homage to Philadelphia with a two-foot Philly cheesesteak grilled in au jus sauce that left Tom Pizzica impressed. And that’s not the only massive creation churned out at this spot: The 100/100 sandwich weighs in at a whopping 9 pounds. A 24-inch roll is slathered in spicy mayonnaise, stuffed with crisp strips of bacon, fork-tender roasted pork and sharp provolone cheese, then finished with generous squirts of Sriracha-laced mayonnaise for extra kick.
There are 11 different varieties of hot dogs and 60 kinds of toppings at The Slaw Dogs. As Tom Pizzica discovered on Outrageous Food, that equals 38 quintillion combinations! Among those, Tom says the TNT Dog remains "a masterpiece" with its chili, cheddar cheese and egg fried inside a tortilla.
Lansky's in New York, NY, is stacking up a whopping seven-pound sandwich of corned beef and pastrami between potato knish, on Food Network's Outrageous Food with Tom Pizzica.
Bartolini's signature meatball sandwich isn't for the faint of heart — or stomach. As Tom Pizzica learned on Outrageous Food, the 3-foot sandwich includes 40 meatballs placed side by side on a French loaf. Not so hungry? The scratch-made Italian menu also features customized pasta dishes.
Tom Pizzica of Outrageous Food is wowed by fifth-generation Pastry Chef Bobby Jucker's Pumpecapple Piecake -- a decadent dessert that contains three pies inside of a giant cake, described by a fan as "literally a party in your mouth." Regulars also love the crunchy gingerbread men all year long.
Pizza Doctors have cured thousands of customers from lackluster pizza. Outrageous Food's Tom Pizzica loved trying the Thanksgiving Dinner pizza and the Spicy Blood Mary pizza that's like eating the drink. Kids adore Pizza Doctors too; dessert pizzas come with toppings like skittles and gummy worms.
Who said cupcakes can only play in the sweet sandbox? Philly's It's a Cupcake! has every hankering covered. Need sugar? Reach for Sweet Potato Pie with Buttercream. Craving savory? The Tapas is a monster spicy-corn cupcake with garlic aioli, smoked salmon, tomatillo guacamole and a lime shrimp.
The question at Marianito's Extreme Texas is "Why be normal when you can go extreme?" Here you'll find enchiladas the size of sub sandwiches and the ultimate in burritos. The Grizzly weighs in at 7 pounds and measures 18 inches, packing 2 pounds of refried beans inside huge 14-inch tortillas.
Digger's Diner champions itself on perfecting all-American classics like chicken fried steak and juicy cheeseburgers. But for the ultimate "champ," Tom Pizzica of Outrageous Food discovered The State Champ burger. The specialty burger weighs nearly 6 pounds and will need a team to finish it off.
Tom Pizzica dances with joy at Corona's Mexican Grill when he eats Corona del Diablo, a 6.66-pound taco bowl of fajitas, smoky chicken, ground beef and carnitas marinated in tequila. Chef Brenda Corona created the party favorite that saved her business with its great flavor and playful construction.
Bernie O's claim to pizza fame could be "The Twist," a nationally ranked, award-winning pizza topped with fresh bacon and pineapple. But Outrageous Food's Tom Pizzica came for the massive pie called "The Firebird." It's not for the weary -- every bite of this pizza is dusted with ghost chile powder.