Casey Webb travels to Minnesota's largest city, where he tries a legendary burger that's become a regional icon, noshes on a gigantic brunch meal served with its own food Ferris wheel and takes on a massive four-pound banh mi behemoth.
Casey Webb's latest delicious detour brings him to Saint Paul for an indoor food truck park, a timeless diner and a terrible twosome of crepes and Thai rolled ice cream.
Casey Webb lands in Worcester, MA, where he slurps down some radical ramen, indulges in peanut butter cup French toast and takes on a rack of deep-fried ribs with the heat of a million Scoville units.
Casey Webb's epic eating expedition brings him to Baltimore for an out-of-this-world diner, a classic crab feast and a four-pound pho fight.
Casey Webb travels down to Georgia to taste some the Savannah's best fried chicken, low country seafood boil and a four-pound pulled pork sandwich known only as the Pigzilla.
Casey Webb's cross-country culinary crusade brings him to Atlanta for a decadent doughnut brunch, beastly barbecue and a five-pound mountain of tater tot nachos.
Casey Webb cruises into Orange County, California, to take down a three-pound burger slathered in a sauce made from three of the spiciest peppers on the planet.
Casey Webb's cross-country culinary quest takes him back in time to Palm Springs, California, where he comes face-to-face with a three-pound skyscraper of a sandwich loaded with every deli meat imaginable.
Casey Webb heads to Duluth, Minnesota, where he tastes the city's best fish fry, visits a specialty sandwich shop and attempts to finish a three-pound platter of pie and ice cream in 20 minutes or less.
Casey Webb heads to Arizona to unearth the Phoenix's most appetizing eats and take on eight wings slather in a scorching ghost chili and habanero sauce plus two whole grilled habanero peppers.
Casey Webb heads to Cincinnati to see if he can take down an enormous eight-pound, double-crusted pizza in just thirty minutes. Along the way, he encounters one beautiful cheeseburger at a 200-year-old bar and a massive tray of Cincy-style chili.