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Old 10-04-2010, 06:23 PM
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Question Man vs Food: Oklahoma Style?....

Hey Ya’ll,
<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com" /><o></o> I’m sure most of ya’ll are familiar with Man vs. Food? The show host; Adam, travels around the U.S. to find extreme meals and attempts to eat them. Some meals are gigantic portions(140lb cheeseburger) and some are extremely hot(ghost chilly).
The show stopped in Cattlemans Steakhouse for an episode on giant steaks. What I’d like to know is are there any other extreme meals recommended in Oklahoma? I’d love to visit some local foody challenges.

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I don't know of any, but you can tell Adam has gained a few pounds from last season.

BTW, Hanks Hamburgers on Admiral was voted to have the best burger in Oklahoma according to this article in USA Today.
Great American Bites: 51 great burger joints - USATODAY.com
My son, whose visiting from Texas wants to try it before he leaves Tuesday.
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