Man Fire Food

Man Fire Food

2012 - 2018, Cookery
Roger Mooking meets people who celebrate the cooking over live fire

Episode Guide

  • Man Fire Food - Fishing for Fire (Season 6 Episode 17)
    Season 6 Episode 17:

    Fishing for Fire

    Chief Don Ivy of the Coquille Indian Tribe shows Roger how to roast 200 pounds of salmon on sticks; Roger visits Old Post Office Restaurant, where they cook fish in a cauldron; Roger helps a father-daughter team bake whole fish in a huge salt bed.

  • Man Fire Food - Whole Animals (Season 6 Episode 16)
    Season 6 Episode 16:

    Whole Animals

    Roger learns an ancient Argentine method of roasting lamb; he catches a six-foot sturgeon and stuffs it to the gills with fresh veggies for an outdoor feast; a pitmaster shows Roger his new high-tech rigs, capable of cooking a room full of hogs.

  • Man Fire Food - Top 5 BBQ Chicken (Season 6 Episode 15)
    Season 6 Episode 15:

    Top 5 BBQ Chicken

    One chef shows Roger how to hang up and hand-spin chickens with a special device; a Carolina legend dips barbecued birds in an out-of-this-world white sauce; Roger savors Jamaican jerk chicken loaded with Caribbean heat.

  • Man Fire Food - Fire Festivals (Season 6 Episode 14)
    Season 6 Episode 14:

    Fire Festivals

    Roger visits a church picnic serving nearly four tons of meat; Roger stops by a Wisconsin winery, where they've built a contraption to roast a steer; Roger visits a New England fish festival, where they scorch 300 pounds of shad on upright boards.

  • Man Fire Food - Heating It up in Hawaii (Season 6 Episode 13)
    Season 6 Episode 13:

    Heating It up in Hawaii

    Chef Roger Mooking highlights the inventive ways Americans cook with fire; from small campfires to custom-made grills and smokers, he visits the home cooks, pitmasters and chefs who are fascinated by fire and food.

  • Man Fire Food - Crazy Contraptions (Season 6 Episode 12)
    Season 6 Episode 12:

    Crazy Contraptions

    Roger goes coast to coast to check out crazy custom contraptions; Roger gets to play with a custom-built meat swing set in West Sacramento, Calif.; Roger and Beau slow-cook a whole hog and vegetables over a 12-foot-long wood fire.

  • Man Fire Food - Heavy Metal Meat (Season 6 Episode 11)
    Season 6 Episode 11:

    Heavy Metal Meat

    In Algoma, Wis., Roger meets the Schmiling brothers, who use a cinder block pit and metal grates to roast a whole steer; Roger meets Jason Elvis Heard, an engineering consultant who built a record-breaking rig called Mega Pit.

  • Man Fire Food - Revolutionary Roasts (Season 6 Episode 10)
    Season 6 Episode 10:

    Revolutionary Roasts

    Roger meets up with two chefs who show off their radical rigs on opposite ends of the country; in Great Barrington, Mass., Roger puts the pedal to the metal on Jeremy Stanton's Rotisserie Bike, a stationary bike that can turn up to 12 spits at once.

  • Man Fire Food - Meaty Marvels (Season 6 Episode 9)
    Season 6 Episode 9:

    Meaty Marvels

    Roger visits Rockin Rodizio, where they load rotisseries with pastrami pork ribs, tomahawk steaks, and even cinnamon rolls topped with whiskey icing; Roger heads to Brooklyn for traditional North Carolina-style whole hog barbecue in the Big Apple.

  • Man Fire Food - Meat in Music City (Season 6 Episode 8)
    Season 6 Episode 8:

    Meat in Music City

    At Urban Grub, Roger witnesses as Chef Edgar Pendley fans the flames in a massive 18-foot-tall hearth and hangs a wall of house-made andouille sausages and pork ribs; Whole hog barbecue is the main attraction at Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint.

  • Man Fire Food - Monster Meat (Season 6 Episode 7)
    Season 6 Episode 7:

    Monster Meat

    Roger heads to Hoodoo Brown Barbeque in Ridgefield, CT, where owner Cody Sperry serves up monster-sized meaty masterpieces; Roger is introduced to Hogzilla, a towering sandwich with BBQ ranch dressing, fried green tomato and coleslaw.

  • Man Fire Food - Where There's Smoke (Season 6 Episode 6)
    Season 6 Episode 6:

    Where There's Smoke

    At Bin Tapas Bar in San Antonio, Texas, Roger and Chef Jason Dady cook paella flavored with Thai ingredients and cooked over a wood burning fire; they also grill up chicken and eggplant marinated in lemongrass, ginger, Thai chilis and fresh herbs.

  • Man Fire Food - Fueling the Fires in Texas (Season 6 Episode 5)
    Season 6 Episode 5:

    Fueling the Fires in Texas

    Roger visits the Lone Star State, and visits Grant Pinkerton to sample some one-of-a-kind cuts, including seasoning and barbecuing two whole goats; Roger meets up with chef Andrew Wiseheart, who slow-spins whole seasoned chicken over coals.

  • Man Fire Food - Out of This World BBQ (Season 6 Episode 4)
    Season 6 Episode 4:

    Out of This World BBQ

    Roger meets a pit master with a PhD who cooks Carolina-style whole hog barbecue in Louisiana; Dr. Howard Conyers is an engineer for NASA by day, but a pit master at night, on weekends, and every moment in between.

  • Man Fire Food - Generations of Smoke (Season 6 Episode 3)
    Season 6 Episode 3:

    Generations of Smoke

    Roger visits Burns Original BBQ in Houston, Texas, and meets Grandpa Roy Burns, who started the business in 1973 to help support his nine children, and his family, who welcome Roger with open arms.

  • Man Fire Food - Swine Dining (Season 6 Episode 2)
    Season 6 Episode 2:

    Swine Dining

    Roger visits Liberty Kitchen in Houston, Texas, where Chef Lance Fegen has built a wood-fired Argentinian grill; they prepare a traditional Balinese pig roast and enjoy Mexican pork asado tacos; Roger visits Hickory Nut Gap Farm in Fairview, N.C.

  • Man Fire Food - Old School, New School (Season 6 Episode 1)
    Season 6 Episode 1:

    Old School, New School

    Carolina-style barbecue is all about pork and Rodney Scott is the whole hog boss; Roger checks out Rodney's impressive new pit room where whole hogs get cooked low and slow; Rodney hits the hogs with his secret.

  • Man Fire Food - In the Pits (Season 5 Episode 13)
    Season 5 Episode 13:

    In the Pits

    Roger travels to Texas, Hawaii and more to celebrate the art of pit cooking.

  • Man Fire Food - Meat Fest in the Midwest (Season 5 Episode 13)
    Season 5 Episode 13:

    Meat Fest in the Midwest

    Roger helps Dimitri Anagnos, owner of the Greek restaurant Popeye's, load up hundreds of pounds of lamb and pork over the coals; Roger helps Epicure Catering's owner, Andy Schudlich, load up the pit with enough coals to slow roast three porchettas.

  • Man Fire Food - Sizzling Steaks (Season 5 Episode 12)
    Season 5 Episode 12:

    Sizzling Steaks

    Roger goes to work lighting burn barrels for metal pits at Perini Ranch Steakhouse for owner Tom Perini; owner of Pitchfork Fondue Western Cookout, Matt David, invites Roger for steaks skewered onto pitchforks and deep-fried in cauldrons.

  • Man Fire Food - One-of-a-Kind Rigs (Season 5 Episode 11)
    Season 5 Episode 11:

    One-of-a-Kind Rigs

    Roger meets Josh Pollack, owner of Rosenberg's Bagels & Delicatessen in Denver, whose 8-foot steel contraption cooks up to 1,000 pounds of food.

  • Man Fire Food - Meat Me in Texas (Season 5 Episode 10)
    Season 5 Episode 10:

    Meat Me in Texas

    Chef Roger Mooking meets pit master Levi Goode at Armadillo Palace in Houston and roasts a 250-pound side of beef; at Cured in San Antonio, Roger and owner Steve McHugh slow-roast a 230-pound hog in a large outdoor cinder block pit.

  • Man Fire Food - The Salt and the Sea (Season 5 Episode 9)
    Season 5 Episode 9:

    The Salt and the Sea

    Ben Jacobsen, owner of Jacobsen Salt Co., takes Roger on a tour of the facility and shows him how to smoke sea salt; Roger meets with chef Carlo Lamagna and helps him stuff a 20-pound halibut, encrust it in salt and roast it over a wood-burning fire.

  • Man Fire Food - All You Can Feast (Season 5 Episode 8)
    Season 5 Episode 8:

    All You Can Feast

    Roger Mooking and Charlie Thieriot slow roast a 30-pound porchetta; Roger assists caterers Jaret Foster and Mona Johnson in putting together roasted mussels and a white bean, chorizo and clam stew.

  • Man Fire Food - Fiery Fish and Fowl (Season 5 Episode 7)
    Season 5 Episode 7:

    Fiery Fish and Fowl

    Roger Mooking travels to North Bend, Ore., and meets up with Don Ivy, Chief of the Coquille Tribe for a traditional tribal feast; in Los Angeles, Roger visits Andy Ricker of Pok Pok La, who divulges the secrets to his famous whole roasted chicken.

  • Man Fire Food - Fireside Hangs (Season 5 Episode 6)
    Season 5 Episode 6:

    Fireside Hangs

    Chef Rob McDaniel at SpringHouse restaurant in Alexander City, Ala., roasts legs of lamb in a self-designed fire-fueled contraption; Cypress owner Craig Deihl prepares wood-fired food.

  • Man Fire Food - Hog Heaven (Season 5 Episode 5)
    Season 5 Episode 5:

    Hog Heaven

    Roger cooks up two whole hogs in two different ways; Roger visits MOPHO restaurant for a Southeast Asian spit-roasted pig that is a twist on a classic tradition; Chef Miles McMath hinges two steel troughs together to make a quick-cooking oven.

  • Man Fire Food - Swords and Spits (Season 5 Episode 4)
    Season 5 Episode 4:

    Swords and Spits

    Roger visits chefs who use unusual tools over live fires; Erik Niel cooks rabbits rotisserie-style with bamboo poles; Chef Tim Byres of Smoke cooks flank steak and whole chickens on swords.

  • Man Fire Food - Queens of 'Cue (Season 5 Episode 3)
    Season 5 Episode 3:

    Queens of 'Cue

    Roger samples the smoked ribs at Mary's Old Fashioned Pit Bar-B-Que; Roger meets legendary pit master Helen Turner of Helen's Bar-B-Q in Brownsville, Tenn., and helps her cook pork shoulders, pork ribs and a whole stick of bologna.

  • Man Fire Food - Florida Fixins (Season 5 Episode 2)
    Season 5 Episode 2:

    Florida Fixins

    Roger heads to Hamaknockers Bar-B-Que, where he is introduced to the Hamaburger, and watches a pitmaster pull pork with a power tool; Steve Melton is a farmer preserving the tradition of making cane syrup in a 100 year-old kettle over an open fire.

  • Man Fire Food - Too Hot to Handle (Season 5 Episode 1)
    Season 5 Episode 1:

    Too Hot to Handle

    Roger meets two chefs who own unique outdoor cooking rigs; Aaron Brooks uses a coal-fueled contraption called the Cross Table and he and Roger roast butterflied pork and seafood paella; Roger visits chef Chris Hastings at his restaurant OvenBird.

  • Man Fire Food - Puerto Rican Grilling (Season 4 Episode 13)
    Season 4 Episode 13:

    Puerto Rican Grilling

    Pork at a former gas station; an outdoor kitchen with a smoker and grill; a whole pig with spices; stuffed chickens.

  • Man Fire Food - Grillin' and Smokin' (Season 4 Episode 12)
    Season 4 Episode 12:

    Grillin' and Smokin'

    Grilling steaks and chickens in California; smoking seafood; Santa Maria-style barbecue; Cajun tri-tip steaks and chicken.

  • Man Fire Food - Three-Alarm Fire (Season 4 Episode 11)
    Season 4 Episode 11:

    Three-Alarm Fire

    A whole lamb roasted slowly; grilled boar steaks; fried pig skins with smoky Mexican chocolate glaze.

  • Man Fire Food - Pigging Out on Pork (Season 4 Episode 10)
    Season 4 Episode 10:

    Pigging Out on Pork

    The Green Menace Wrap from the Pit Stop in Grand Rapids, Mich.; classic BBQ pork sandwich from Top Hat Barbecue in Blount Springs, Ala.

  • Man Fire Food - Wine Country Cookouts (Season 4 Episode 9)
    Season 4 Episode 9:

    Wine Country Cookouts

    A pig roast and a surf and turf grill-out; onions and sweet potatoes; Dungeness crabs with chili pepper sauce.

  • Man Fire Food - Holy Smokes! (Season 4 Episode 8)
    Season 4 Episode 8:

    Holy Smokes!

    The 100 year anniversary of St. Mary Magdalene's Church Picnic with several thousand pounds of meat being cooked.

  • Man Fire Food - Light It Up! (Season 4 Episode 7)
    Season 4 Episode 7:

    Light It Up!

    Smoked meat in Long Beach, Calif.; beef brisket and pork butts in the smoker; barbecue sandwiches; legendary fish boil.

  • Man Fire Food - Backyard Blowouts (Season 4 Episode 6)
    Season 4 Episode 6:

    Backyard Blowouts

    Roger meets Chef Ben Ford in Tarzana for a unique style of clambake using a wine barrel as the cooking vessel; Roger meets Francisco Paco Perez in Chula Vista for traditional Mexican barbacoa which is whole lamb cooked in an underground brick pit.

  • Man Fire Food - Rib-a-Licious (Season 4 Episode 5)
    Season 4 Episode 5:


    Leatha's Bar-b-cue in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, for pork and beef ribs; Hometown Bar-B-Que in New York for jerk baby back ribs and Korean ribs.

  • Man Fire Food - Meat on a Stick (Season 4 Episode 4)
    Season 4 Episode 4:

    Meat on a Stick

    Chef Johnny Hernandez of El Machito skewers various meats and completes the meals with housemade salsas and warm corn tortillas; Roger and Chef John Russ of Vintage Heart Farm roast quails and sausages over a wood fire on a 7-foot steel tree.

  • Man Fire Food - Lone Star Load-Up (Season 4 Episode 3)
    Season 4 Episode 3:

    Lone Star Load-Up

    Ronnie's BBQ in Johnson City for smoked brisket, pork steaks and sausages; Pecan Lodge restaurant in Dallas for brisket and pork shoulders.

  • Man Fire Food - Low Country Cookouts (Season 4 Episode 2)
    Season 4 Episode 2:

    Low Country Cookouts

    Roger visits South Carolina for two country cookouts: a traditional backyard pig pickin' in the town of Beaufort, and a classic oyster roast on Bowen's Island.

  • Man Fire Food - Alabama BBQ (Season 4 Episode 1)
    Season 4 Episode 1:

    Alabama BBQ

    Smoked chicken bathed in white sauce at Big Bob Gibson B-B-Q in Decatur; "The Big Red" pulled pork sandwich at The Brick Pit in Mobile.

  • Man Fire Food - Spring Celebration in Kentucky (Season 3 Episode 13)
    Season 3 Episode 13:

    Spring Celebration in Kentucky

    Custom-made outdoor grill modeled after those in Uruguay; Corn on the cob with coconut oil and spices; strawberry rhubarb cobber; wood-burning ovens.

  • Man Fire Food - Playing With Fire in New England (Season 3 Episode 12)
    Season 3 Episode 12:

    Playing With Fire in New England

    Cooking on a German Schwenker Grill with Paula Marcoux; Brookside Barn and Farm in Uxbridge, Mass. for do-it-yourself pig roasts.

  • Man Fire Food - Fireplace Feasts (Season 3 Episode 11)
    Season 3 Episode 11:

    Fireplace Feasts

    Roasted racks of ribs in indoor fireplace at Salem Cross Inn; lobster clambake steamed in outdoor fireplace at Foster's Clambake.

  • Man Fire Food - Wilderness Cooking (Season 3 Episode 10)
    Season 3 Episode 10:

    Wilderness Cooking

    Jack Mountain Bushcraft School in Masardis, Maine; roasting chickens and fresh-caught Brook Trout; sourdough biscuits.

  • Man Fire Food - West Coast Roasts (Season 3 Episode 9)
    Season 3 Episode 9:

    West Coast Roasts

    Roger visits a fish farm at Passmore Ranch in Sloughhouse; has a taste of Santa Maria barbecue at the Elks Lodge.

  • Man Fire Food - Carnivore's Cookout in California (Season 3 Episode 8)
    Season 3 Episode 8:

    Carnivore's Cookout in California

    Paso de Record Vineyard in San Miguel serves deep-pit barbecue; Argentine Asado in Santa Barbara.

  • Man Fire Food - Mud and Steel in New Mexico (Season 3 Episode 7)
    Season 3 Episode 7:

    Mud and Steel in New Mexico

    Pork shoulder with spices; carne adovada; carnitas.

  • Man Fire Food - Hamming It Up (Season 3 Episode 6)
    Season 3 Episode 6:

    Hamming It Up

    Roger visits Sam Edwards, a third-generation ham master; Benton's Smoky Mountain Country Hams.

  • Man Fire Food - Global Flavors of Texas (Season 3 Episode 5)
    Season 3 Episode 5:

    Global Flavors of Texas

    Smoked European-style sausages; Mexican-style short ribs; cabrito.

  • Man Fire Food - Carolina 'cue (Season 3 Episode 4)
    Season 3 Episode 4:

    Carolina 'cue

    Sweatman's in Holly Hill, South Carolina cooks whole hogs and pulls and chops them; Stamey's Barbecue in Greensboro, North Carolina serves pork shoulders and slaw.

  • Man Fire Food - Small Packages, Big Flavors (Season 3 Episode 3)
    Season 3 Episode 3:

    Small Packages, Big Flavors

    Coffee roasted the old fashioned way; Andouille sausages; tasso.

  • Man Fire Food - Fiery Mexican Feast (Season 3 Episode 2)
    Season 3 Episode 2:

    Fiery Mexican Feast

    Chef Johnny Hernandez cooks in an outdoor kitchen; Lamb Barbacoa; branzino wrapped in banana leaves; corn tortillas toasted on a clay griddle.

  • Man Fire Food - BBQ Sandwiches (Season 3 Episode 1)
    Season 3 Episode 1:

    BBQ Sandwiches

    The Barbecue Exchange's sandwiches - Heaven and Hell, made with pulled pork and bacon; Papa KayJoe's BBQ for pork, pickles, slaw and hot sauce sandwiched in corn cakes.

  • Man Fire Food - Fiery Foods in Jamaica (Season 2 Episode 13)
    Season 2 Episode 13:

    Fiery Foods in Jamaica

    Roger heads to Jamaica; a restaurant cooks jerk pork and chicken over pits filled with coals; Roger and a local fisherman start a campfire on the beach and grill the catch of the day.

  • Man Fire Food - Love for Lobsters in Maine (Season 2 Episode 12)
    Season 2 Episode 12:

    Love for Lobsters in Maine

    Roger visits a campground with an outdoor kitchen where a feast of lobsters, steamers, mussels and corn is prepared; a family-run lobster pound boils thousands of pounds of lobster over a wood fire; cracking lobsters; lobster salad sandwich.

  • Man Fire Food - Food Traditions (Season 2 Episode 11)
    Season 2 Episode 11:

    Food Traditions

    Three hundred pounds of fish are nailed to oak boards and cooked around a ring of coals; Mexican dishes include goat barbacoa and masita.

  • Man Fire Food - Crazy for Chicken (Season 2 Episode 10)
    Season 2 Episode 10:

    Crazy for Chicken

    Roger travels Massachusetts for fire-roasted rotisserie chicken, discovers new ways to roast chickens, and indulges in a New England dinner party of chickens, lobsters and whole fish cooked over a wood fire.

  • Man Fire Food - Cajun Cookouts (Season 2 Episode 9)
    Season 2 Episode 9:

    Cajun Cookouts

    Roger travels to Texas and Louisiana for classic Cajun cooking, including red beans and rice, and Cajun pig roast.

  • Man Fire Food - Roasting and Ranching in Texas (Season 2 Episode 8)
    Season 2 Episode 8:

    Roasting and Ranching in Texas

    Tink Pinkard helps Roger build a barbecue pit, season and roast a pig, and fly-fish.

  • Man Fire Food - Texas BBQ (Season 2 Episode 7)
    Season 2 Episode 7:

    Texas BBQ

    Two legendary BBQ places in Texas; a third-generation pit master.

  • Man Fire Food - Pig Roasts (Season 2 Episode 6)
    Season 2 Episode 6:

    Pig Roasts

    Two unique pig roasts in Napa Valley featuring very different one of a kind roasters.

  • Man Fire Food - South American Grilling (Season 2 Episode 5)
    Season 2 Episode 5:

    South American Grilling

    In northern California, Roger meets Chefs Stephen Barber and Mateo Granados who are celebrating Argentina's Asado and Brazil's Churrasco.

  • Man Fire Food - Mediterranean Seafood Feasts (Season 2 Episode 4)
    Season 2 Episode 4:

    Mediterranean Seafood Feasts

    Wood-fired Mediterranean seafood feasts; fish, potatoes and onions are encased in salt before they're baked in an enormous oven.

  • Man Fire Food - Feasts Over Fire in Hawaii (Season 2 Episode 3)
    Season 2 Episode 3:

    Feasts Over Fire in Hawaii

    Big fires, big feasts, and custom grills in Hawaii.

  • Man Fire Food - Smoke and Steam (Season 2 Episode 2)
    Season 2 Episode 2:

    Smoke and Steam

    Traditional Hawaiian imu; smoker built from a cargo container, airplane food cart, and computer fan.

  • Man Fire Food - South Carolina Surf and Turf (Season 2 Episode 1)
    Season 2 Episode 1:

    South Carolina Surf and Turf

    Barbecue destinations in Charleston, S.C.

  • Man Fire Food - Outrageous Ovens (Season 1 Episode 10)
    Season 1 Episode 10:

    Outrageous Ovens

    Custom earthenware bakers; 50-gallon metal-barrel oven.

  • Man Fire Food - Backyard Feast (Season 1 Episode 9)
    Season 1 Episode 9:

    Backyard Feast

    Outdoor smoker; lamb rotisserie; coal-baked potatoes.

  • Man Fire Food - Coast to Coast Cookout (Season 1 Episode 8)
    Season 1 Episode 8:

    Coast to Coast Cookout

    Wine barrels are transformed into smokers in Seattle for a summertime feast.

  • Man Fire Food - Seafood Feast (Season 1 Episode 7)
    Season 1 Episode 7:

    Seafood Feast

    Roadside eatery in Connecticut with a 20-foot grill is used to cook lobster and clams.

  • Man Fire Food - Monster Rigs (Season 1 Episode 6)
    Season 1 Episode 6:

    Monster Rigs

    A smoker made from an airplane; dragon barbecues.

  • Man Fire Food - Pit Masters (Season 1 Episode 5)
    Season 1 Episode 5:

    Pit Masters

    A 77-year-old woman grills for Texans; Hawaiian style bbq in California.

  • Man Fire Food - Fire Trucks (Season 1 Episode 4)
    Season 1 Episode 4:

    Fire Trucks

    Double decker trailer cooks pulled pork, ribs and chicken; food truck pushes the limits of BBQ.

  • Man Fire Food - Cowboy Cooking (Season 1 Episode 3)
    Season 1 Episode 3:

    Cowboy Cooking

    Cowboy cuisine in a rustic chuck wagon; Santa-Maria style barbecue in California.

  • Man Fire Food - Fired-Up Chefs (Season 1 Episode 2)
    Season 1 Episode 2:

    Fired-Up Chefs

    Two Texans display their fierce BBQ talents using their homemade grills and fire pits.

  • Man Fire Food - Feast Over Flame (Season 1 Episode 1)
    Season 1 Episode 1:

    Feast Over Flame

    Hog-style BBQ in North Carolina; two-day meat fest in South Carolina; surf and turf paella.

  • Man Fire Food - Coolest Cookouts (Special)

    Coolest Cookouts

    Roger Mooking's favorite grilling moments.

  • Man Fire Food - Smokin' Sides and Sweets (Episode 86)
    Episode 86:

    Smokin' Sides and Sweets

    No cookout is complete without some outrageous side dishes and crave-worthy desserts; Roger Mooking is putting the main course aside to honor everything that tops off the best barbecue meals.

  • Man Fire Food - Surf and Turf (Episode 85)
    Episode 85:

    Surf and Turf

    A Miami chef shows Roger a unique rig he built himself that allows him to roast, grill and saute over hot coals; Roger helps him grill juicy pork packed with adobo-inspired flavors and prepare a seafood-studded paella in a party-sized pan.

  • Man Fire Food - Pig Out (Episode 84)
    Episode 84:

    Pig Out

    Roger is going hog wild for insane pig roasts across the country; Roger is in Hawaii to roast a whole pig in a traditional underground oven called an imu; the community comes together to cook the pig with lava rock and a layer of local vegetation.

  • Man Fire Food - Meat Mania (Episode 83)
    Episode 83:

    Meat Mania

    Roger visits pitmasters cooking meat in massive quantities; Roger heads to San Antonio to fire up an altar of meat in over 600-degree heat; he skewers a deep green chorizo verde and Mexican-style cabrito -- an entire milk-fed goat.

  • Man Fire Food - Women Fire Food (Episode 82)
    Episode 82:

    Women Fire Food

    A San Francisco chef shows Roger her rig made from plumbing pipes, which she uses to roast her Salpicao chicken; a Tennessee queen of the 'cue shows him how she smokes a meat more likely to be found in a lunchbox than in a smokehouse.