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Follow food writer and culinary entrepreneur Adam Richman as he travels the country to relive his childhood and sample some of the most iconic and forgotten foods of the 1980s.

The 1980s was a decade when food was all about flavor and this ten-episode series follows Richman as he delves into the most nostalgic and notorious foods of the decade to prove that flavors lost in the 80s are worth worth seeking out and savoring.

Richman joined us today to find out more about what you can expect from this new show.

The series premieres Sunday, February 27 at 10/9c.

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The HISTORY channel bites into Sunday nights with food writer and culinary entrepreneur Adam Richman as he travels the country to relive his childhood and sample some of the most iconic and forgotten foods of the 1980s in the new half-length series. hour “Adam Eats the 80s”. The 1980s was a decade when food was all about flavor and this ten-episode series follows Richman as he delves into the most nostalgic and notorious foods of the decade to prove that flavors lost in the 80s are worth worth seeking out and savoring. Do you remember the first time you walked into a mall and smelled a Cinnabon Cinnamon Roll? Or maybe Domino’s long-lost breakfast pizza was the key to your heart and stomach? And did fries really taste better in the 80s? In “Adam Eats the 80s,” viewers will relive that tubular decade as they join Richman on a journey back to where these brands all began, uncover the incredible secrets never revealed, and watch Richman try versions of products that were never before. intended for the public.

Adam Richman, television personality, culinary traveler, cook and author, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. With the diverse culinary mecca of New York at his fingertips, Adam’s love affair with food and food culture developed at an early age. Long before he discovered his thirst for travel, Adam had access to authentic delights from around the world, all within the borders of his diverse Brooklyn neighborhood. However, it was cooking a plain cheese omelet with her Aunt Anne that became a defining moment of her early years. Watching simple ingredients like eggs and American cheese magically transform from staple food into a versatile compound dish was eye-opening for a young Adam and ignited his fascination with the culinary world.