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All You Can Eat is a light-hearted documentary series produced for the History Channel. Hosted by comedian Josh Pinette, the show skips out on the traditional food format of how to cook the food and instead focuses on the people and history that affects what reaches the table. There is no travel to exotic parts of the world, and no recipes are given for the food studied.

Each themed episode teaches the viewer all about the item in question. They go to the farm or factory where the food is actually created, talk about the history behind its production, and talk to some of the people who currently produce some of the tastiest food in the US. All this is interlaced with a light-hearted narration by Pinette.

All You Can Eat is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on June 23, 2013.

Where do I stream All You Can Eat online? All You Can Eat is available for streaming on H2, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch All You Can Eat on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Hoopla, iTunes online.

1 Season, 20 Episodes
June 23, 2013
Cast: John Pinette
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All You Can Eat Full Episode Guide

  • We know presidents have a lot of power, but what do they order for lunch? Discover the favorite snacks of our forefathers, and what it's like to cook for the First Family.

  • Sample foods that are difficult to eat, but are worth the work. Learn the proper way to shuck an oyster, and gaze in wonder at the lengths some people will go to satisfy a craving.

  • Focusing on movie-theater food.

  • Travel to the dark side of dangerously delicious food - from heart-stopping, high-calorie burgers, to freshly grilled dangerous animals that would gladly eat you, if you didn't eat them first.

  • High-tech vending machines across the country.

  • Buffets across the country.

  • Roadkill cuisine - including recipes for fried squirrel and antelope chili.

  • Why do we love sugar so much? Learn the history of Baked Alaska and the construction of a chocolate pyramid.

  • Spotlighting breakfast foods.

  • Everything you ever wanted to know about meatballs.

  • Everything you ever wanted to know about bacon.

  • Enter the world of Guy Gastronomy. Plus, a burger-eating challenge.

  • Focusing on beef - including roast beef sandwiches, pricey steaks, and mincemeat.

  • America's favorite sandwiches; a location famed for its grilled cheese; a man shares his talent of naming over 100 different sandwiches.

  • Fried foods - including traditional deep-fried confections at the Louisiana State Fair; fried oddities from across the U.S.; an exploration of the science behind why things taste better fried.

  • The history of stuffing food such as turkeys and potatoes. Included: a man who makes a living out of stuffing himself.

  • A handful of inspired dishes designed to be enjoyed without utensils.

  • The plethora of ways sausage can be stuffed into casing.

  • Find out who makes the best cheese steak in Philly or the most authentic clam chowder? Watch and decide!