He's getting paid to eat ballpark food

Adam Richman, host of the Travel Channel series "Man v. Food," grew up in Brooklyn idolizing athletes.

'Man v. Food' host Richman knows food... and NFL football

Adam Richman will sign copies of his book, "America the Edible: A Hungry History, From Sea to Dining Sea,"...

Adam Richman dishes on worst food trend

Brooklynite Adam Richman has traveled around the country meeting chefs and trying different restaurants as star of the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food,”...

Soul Food

Adam Richman finds his way to America’s heart through its stomach

Adam Richman is scared of ...

Adam Richman is scared.

Man V. Food The Bliss Of Large Bites, Reclaimed

Okay, I concede that cable television airs each episode of each series into infinity.

Forking Over Adam Richman

As host of the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food,” Adam Richman’s job is to go head to head with the likes of a 72-ounce steak in Texas or an 11-pound Carnivore Pizza in Atlanta.

‘Man v. Food’ host talks culinary history in Iowa City

Culinary rock star Adam Richman made a grand entrance into the Englert Theatre last night by dancing through the crowd and giving fist bumps and high-fives to his fans.

Big Bites

As host of the Travel Channel’s Man v. Food (its third season begins next month), Adam Richman takes on huge gastronomic challenges...

Advice From the Hungriest Man Alive

Adam Richman eats food for a living. Lots of it.

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Food Fighters

The table is set for the ultimate culinary clash in this one part cooking competition, one part game show. Host Adam Richman ("Man v. Food") will give homegrown amateur cooks the chance to test their skills against professional chefs. Every down-home cook has that one signature dish or secret family recipe that always gains favor with friends and family. Now, imagine going head-to-head in the kitchen against five professional chefs, who try to cook your specialty dish even better than you in the hopes of winning over a dinner party made up of the American public. With each savored victory, the cash prize gets bigger and bigger as the home cooks rise to every challenge and outcook the professional chefs. Think you've got what it takes to serve up the competition?


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