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Adam Richman: Man v. #BottleCapChallenge
July 2nd, 2019 under Adam Richman, ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. [ Comments: none ]


We know that Adam Richman can defeat almost any food challenge that is given to him, but can the Man v. Food star beat the #BottleCapChallenge? Yes, he can.

However, he had some incentive. If he got the cap off of the bottle, then he could have the delicious rosé inside of it. Since he did, he got the reward. Then we got a reward when he gave us a sexy wink. Hopefully, he saved some wine for us.

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BTWF game shows: Adam Richman on Child’s Play
December 21st, 2017 under Adam Richman, Before They Were Famous, Game Shows. [ Comments: none ]


Before Adam Richman was describing the scrumptious food he was eating on Man v. Food, he was using food to describe the color green. How awwwwdorable was the 8-year-old talking about vegetables in that 1982 episode?

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Caption Adam Richman!
August 1st, 2017 under Adam Richman, Caption the Celeb. [ Comments: none ]


This photo of Adam Richman has Caption Me written all over it, so go ahead and do it.

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Secret Eats with Adam Richman is yummy and that is no secret!
August 8th, 2016 under Adam Richman, Travel Channel. [ Comments: none ]


Adam Richman is back with a new show on Travel Channel tonight at 10p and this time he is traveling the world to discover Secret Eats that even locals don’t know about.
In the premiere episode, he goes to a Private Eye Agency in London that has a hidden restaurant behind a bookcase that serves mac & cheese with bacon and truffle oil. He will also go to an antique store to try their smoked salmon. But it isn’t only about hidden eateries, it is also about secret menu items like a Nutella Sundae that is to scrumptious it should be illegal.
Then at 10:30p, he goes to Argentina and eats traditional Argentinian dishes out of people’s homes that are also restaurants.
In the coming weeks, he travels to Rome, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Mexico City and Moscow. I just hope for the second season, he visits an exotic locale called Los Angeles because I want to try some of these hush hush places and cuisines.
My mouth was watering with each destination as he described the food in such a way that you can almost taste it with him. Best part no calories or fat when you eat what he is talking about.

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Food Fighters is a yummy knock out!
July 22nd, 2014 under Adam Richman, NBC. [ Comments: none ]


Food Fighters debuts on NBC tonight at 8p and you want to make a reservation to see this cooking competition show.
We have seen cooking competition shows where it’s home cooks vs home cooks or professional chefs vs professional chefs, but we’ve never seen one where it’s a home cook vs a professional chef. That is until tonight because that’s what Food Fighters is all about.
Each week a home cook will bring five of their best recipes with them and they take a renowned chef head on for up to $100,000. That well-known chef is known for cooking food a certain way, so how will they do when they are taken out of their comfort zone?
So how do the home cooks earn up to $100,000 each episode? They will go head to head with a pro. Each round they win, they earn money. If they lose a round, they do not win anything but they still go on to finish the episode and they are not sent home like they would be on other shows.
Besides heating things up on the stove, things get quite heated between the cooks. They trash talk each other like nobody’s business, but it is all done out of fun. And that is what makes this show so much fun.
Well that and Adam Richman who hosts it. Not only does he bring the heart, he also explains how they are preparing the meals in his own special enjoyable way. His love for food is infectious and it comes across on this show.
So tune in for a competition show that is not like anything you’ve seen on TV. Not only because of the premise but also because of how it is delivered to the audience. It’s served with a lot of love and lot joy, just like the perfect home cooked meal.

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