Food: Fact or Fiction?
Michael learns how our favorite stadium foods wound up in the big leagues.
Michael juggles carnival classics with stories that will amaze and astound.
Host Michael McKean looks into airline food, astronaut favorites and more.
Michael explores the origins of Italian Wedding Soup and the Italian Beef.
Michael serves up a helping of history for a few deep fried favorites.
Michael McKean calls foul on duck a l'orange with its so-called French origins; tuna melts; the bison burger's presidential ties.
Michael McKean reveals that cupcakes are edible equations and explains how the whoopie pie nearly caused a civil war; San Francisco sourdough bread.
Michael McKean uncovers what it takes to make turducken tick; how it takes more than magic to get soup inside soup dumplings; how cake and pie have come together in order to save the world.
Michael McKean has things handled, finding out how appetizers found their footing during Prohibition, that a king turned tapas into a tableside treat and why food could really use your hands.
Michael McKean has gadgets and gizmos a'plenty, and he's ready to show them off; waffle irons were once incredible artists and the stand mixer almost went overboard; why refrigerators would have been left out in the cold if it wasn't for beer.
Host Michael McKean has a date with Lady Luck and is ready to go all-in on some Vegas eats; he'll find out how prime rib lured others to Sin City; why prohibition poured a shrimp cocktail; whether there's a strategy to beating a buffet.
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