Alton Brown's cross-country road food motorcycle odyssey begins. Wandering westward from the South Carolina coast, Alton Brown and his crew gather everything from chocolate malts to pickled pigs feet. Alton even gets to race a lawn mower.
Alton Brown's cross-country road food motorcycle odyssey continues. After gorging on pork products and road side produce the gang heads into the Midwest to visit a famous Colonel and the father of American road food: Duncan Hines.
Alton Brown and his gang of motorcycle chow hounds visit the St. Louis World's Fair (a century too late), cruise Rt. 66, invade a small Kansas town, brew coffee at 14,000 feet and survive the "Tourist Killer".
The final leg of Alton Brown's cross-country road food motorcycle odyssey holds many surprises, not all of them good. Tasty Navajo fare and darned fine So-Cal cop chow are on the menu but a motorcycle mishap leaves Alton in a painful predicament.