Adam Richman clearly loves food.
You've likely seen him on Man v. Food eating his way through challenges like a seven pound breakfast burrito at Jack-N-Grill in Denver, Co or on his new Travel Channel show Fandemonium immersing himself in the wildest fan gatherings and eating their fantastic tailgate food. He's even written about iconic American foods in his book America the Edible: A Hungry History, from Sea to Dining Sea.
But, while his love for food is clear, there's more to Adam's relationship with food than you might think. Adam lets us in on what foods he can't live without and which he would rather never eat again.
Check out the slideshow above to find out Adam Richman's guilty food pleasures, the chefs he admires and more!