, now showing on the Food Network channel in the UK, takes Richman across the United States to meet enthusiasts engaged in a range of interests from mud wrestling to re-enacting medieval times, throwing mass barbecue parties and joining one of the biggest motorcycle rallies in the world.The 39-year-old host, who describes himself as “an American guy who’s played and watched sports my whole life,” reveals he had some inkling of the lengths fans can go to – “but nothing the likes of which I saw while doing Fandemonium.” Richman, who earned a master’s degree from the Yale School of Drama, explains: “The passion was ubiquitous, it was clear across the border, but it was more the lengths that people went to.“For example, the World Barbecue Cooking Competition at the Memphis in May festival was remarkable.The festival only really exists for a few days every year, but people send more than 0,000 to cater for these massive parties – and it’s completely and totally worth it to them, just so they can feel like the man on the banks of the Mississippi.” But the excess of food and money thrown at these gatherings is not the only thing that makes these committed fans – or ‘tailgaters’ as they are known – specific to American culture.
"The idea is that by the time we get there, they understand the exposure.Despite the delay on Travel Channel, Australian channel 7mate have announced the broadcast of the first episode of the series on October 7, 2014.They have also run promotional advertising for the show within the Seven Network group of channels.At the current time, the station has listed the episode as the first in a 3-episode series. He delves deeper by exposing their off-menu hidden dishes and what he calls "off-the-grid" restaurants which even the locals don't know about. For the premiere of Man Finds Food, Adam Richman and his camera crew explore Austin, Texas to look for some of its best secret food finds with off-menu items.In each episode of Man Finds Food, Adam Richman travels the country in his food quest to discover the many culinary secrets of the most unusual and delicious specialities at eating establishments in each U. For Secret Eats with Adam Richman, Richman's focus shifts from restaurants in the U. Stops include: Frank in the Warehouse District for eats on a "Friends & Family" secret menu, which includes jalapeño chicken waffle fries and the "Frank Breakfast" (a sweet kolache bun flash-fried, dusted with powdered sugar, and loaded up with hash browns, onions, crumbled sausage, scrambled eggs, and crispy bacon), Firehouse Lounge, located behind a bookcase inside the Firehouse Hostel in Downtown, for a sandwich called "The Lieutenant" (soppressata and bucheron cheese with partially sun-dried tomatoes loaded onto a baguette, drizzled with Balsamic reduction, oven-toasted, and topped with brown mustard), Casino El Camino on 6th Street for the "Tony Randall" (a large burger topped with cheddar and pepper jack cheeses, crispy bacon, shredded lettuce, stewed tomato and a fried egg, all smothered with homemade queso and spicy Texas chili, and also using a grilled cheese-and-bacon sandwich as the bottom bun), and the Mighty Cone food truck in West Campus for the secret "Monster" cone (a grilled tortilla loaded up with one fried shrimp (for the bottom, making for a "shrimp surprise"), a "Hot & Crunchy" chicken patty (coated with corn flakes, red chili flakes, crushed almonds, sesame seeds and flour), a breaded and deep-fried avocado, slaw, and ancho-chile sauce, all loaded into a portable paper cone).