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'Man Vs. Food' Live Recap: Adam Richman Eats a 48 Oz. Steak

by Chris Jordan, posted Feb 4th 2010 9:30AM
For 'Man vs. Food' host Adam Richman, eating is a sport, so with the Super Bowl coming up this weekend, he naturally had to set the highest bar possible. So he decided Wednesday night to put the bite on a 48-ounce streak at the Don Shula Streakhouse in Miami during a special 'Man v. Food Live' broadcast on the Travel Channel.

And he kept biting and biting. Richman devoured the streak in less than the allotted 20 minutes to win the evening's challenge, the first in the show's run to be broadcast live.

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Man v. Food does not celebrate obesity... somehow - TCA Report

by Joel Keller, posted Jul 28th 2009 7:33PM
Adam RichmanHowdy from Pasadena! Anyone who's been following either TV Squad's or my personal Twitter feed has noticed that I've been busy at the first day of the TCA press tour. Cable is up first; today was a relatively light day, with the Travel Channel, Fox Reality, and Turner making presentations. AMC will have a cocktail party later today, where I'm sure Matthew Weiner is going to be bombarded by reporters with Mad Men questions before he even reaches the shrimp spread.

The first panel was for the Travel Channel's ode to regional food and gluttony, Man v. Food. Host Adam Richman and executive producer Charlie Parsons took questions from the critics about their upcoming second season and about why they pick the cities they pick. I love the show, but I always wondered how Richman was able to withstand the quantity challenges he puts himself through in many of the episodes. Richman's answer? A workout regimen that makes him sound more like a GNC employee than a guy scarfing seven pound cheeseburgers.

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What to Watch Wednesday, Jan. 28

by Kim Potts, posted Jan 28th 2009 5:00AM
top chef'Top Chef: New York'
(10PM, Bravo)
It's all about football everywhere on the tube this week, even 'Top Chef,' where the remaining contestants -- Carla, Fabio, Jeff, Hosea, Jamie, Leah and Stefan -- square off against seven former 'Top Chef's to see who can whip up the best Super Bowl-themed vittles.

Among the cooks of seasons past who'll try to school the newbies in the ways of pigskin-appropriate fare: Andrew and third-place finisher Spike from season four, Camille from season three and season two's Josie.

Far be it from us to tell the foodies their business, but we say you can never go wrong with that tailgate party classic, Grape Jelly Meatballs.


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