The North Minneapolis-born video sensation Hot Cheetos and Takis inspires Supertaster to hit the local bodega and check the snacks out.
Supertaster sets his microwave on "kill" and goes after sausage and egg breakfast sandwiches from Jimmy Dean, Bob Evans, Toaster Scrambles, Hot Pockets, and a local generic equivalent.
Supertaster tries to come to grips with the terrifying reality that is the eggroll/pizza/gut-bomb called the Pizza Hut P'Zolo.
Supertaster visits his neighborhood ALDI - terra incognita before this - to see what wonders this German-owned discount grocery chain has to offer.
Supertaster explores what happens when Nestlé teams up with and co-opts the perennially popular Girl Scout Cookie brand.
What happens when the Denny's menu tours America? The ever-skeptical Supertaster hopes for the best, but expects disaster.
CHOW.com's David Pistrang (DaveMpHound on Twitter) flies all the way out from San Francisco to offer Supertaster a blind tasting of fried pork rinds that he won't soon forget.
A new correspondent with Japanese connections hooks Supertaster up with a bounty of weird stuff straight from the marketplace.
Supertaster heads to the Minnesota State Fair where he does an annual deep dive of 30-50 new and unusual foods. This year's offerings include fried lamb testicles and hog ankles, so it should be interesting.
Supertaster adds Sonic's new Fritos hot dog to his collection of "Brand X suped up by Brand Y" scalps.
In search of microwavable perfection, Supertaster tries Quinn, Pop Secret, Black Jewell, Orville Redenbacher's, and Lakota.
One of Supertaster's fans Down Under keeps the International Thursdays flag flying high with a care package of "lollies" and other treats.
Supertaster takes on a classic Australian rite of passage: the yeast extract paste known as Vegemite.
As Kettle Brand Potato Chips turn 30, the snack-maker hauls some discontinued gourmet flavors back out of the vault; Supertaster tries three (Jalapeño Jack, Cheddar Beer, and Red Chili) blind.
Supertaster noticed that one of his Facebook friends had taken to drinking a half-liter of coffee with nearly a stick of grass-fed butter in it in the morning. It's called Bulletproof coffee, apparently. But how does it taste?
Supertaster heads out to Seattle, Washington; meets up with viewer Daryl; and chows down on one of the city's infamous cream-cheese-laden hot dogs at Dog in the Park.