Season 11, Episode 4

Brûlée-dy and the Tramp

Host Noah Cappe heads to where Arkansas meets Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana for the Four States Fair in Texarkana, where everything really is bigger, including the mountainous Texas Tower, a BBQ-loaded sandwich, and La Cubana Huarache, a scrumptious take on the classic Mexican dish. From there, Noah heads back in time to The Viking Experience, a roleplaying festival highlighting Viking heritage, in North Carolina. On the menu is the Raleigh Bison Dog -- a locally sourced bison hot dog with a shmear of house-made pimento cheese -- and the Holy Bologna -- a breakfast sandwich loaded smoked bologna and all the fixin's. Finally, Noah heads to Katy, Texas, for a little Christmas in the summertime.
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