Some foods are very difficult to eat but really worth the effort. See how far some folks will go to satisfy a craving.
Discover the favorite snacks of our forefathers, and learn what it's like to cook for the First Family.
Explore the history of movie theater food, from the silent film era to today's deluxe cinemas, where four-star meals are brought right to your seat.
It's food to the max: from heart-stopping, high-calorie burgers to freshly grilled animals that would gladly eat you if you didn't eat them first.
Explore the history of America's best buffets, from the very first buffet served in Las Vegas to the most elaborate spreads, where exotic delicacies are available for a price.
Take a look at the earliest restaurant automats and the latest coin-operated contraptions that dispense everything from hot kosher meals to fresh lobster!
In the wild world of roadkill cuisine, everything is fair game, from fried squirrel to antelope chili.
From custom-made ice cream to the world's largest chocolate pyramid, find out why we love sweets so much.
From donuts and cereal to bacon and eggs, find out what makes breakfast the most important meal of the day.
The meatball has become much more than a sidekick to spaghetti. See the variety of ways chefs are serving them up.
It's the kind of food guys like best. Step into the world of wings, burgers, nachos and other tasty munchables known as “dude food.”
From the farm to the table, it's everything you ever wanted to know about this popular pork product.
From the original burger to the grandest grilled cheese, take a look at some of America's favorite sandwiches.
Get the answers to all your burning questions about America's most popular protein, from the first roast beef sandwich to the most expensive steak in New York.
Explore the history of stuffing and how lots of ordinary foods, from turkeys to baked potatoes, become delicious delicacies when stuffed.
Explore the science of why everything tastes better fried, from the deep-fried confections of the Louisiana State Fair to batter-dipped oddities from all across America.
Catch a FREE sneak peek of All You Can Eat, before it premieres on Sunday, June 23.
Hungry for facts about the food you consume? All You Can Eat on H2TM, hosted by comedian John Pinette, takes the country's obsession with food in a whole new direction by providing the history, technology and process behind the foods we love.
Teaser trailer for All You Can Eat.
At one point Randy Stormberg, host of Food Channel s All You Can Eat, wanted to be a comedian. Now it s 9:30 in the goddamn morning and he s already eaten a bucket of shrimp.
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