How to Eat Like a Celebrity Chef on the Road Slideshow

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Restaurant: Impossible star Robert Irvine often eats oatmeal on-the-go. "I love oatmeal first thing in the morning," said Irvine.

"Oatmeal stays in your stomach for two hours and it gives you enough energy to do whatever you do."

Oatmeal (Robert Irvine)

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Restaurant: Impossible star Robert Irvine often eats oatmeal on-the-go. "I love oatmeal first thing in the morning," said Irvine.

"Oatmeal stays in your stomach for two hours and it gives you enough energy to do whatever you do."

Bloody Mary (Anne Burrell)

When on an airplane, Anne Burrell looks forward to a bloody mary and taking a nap.

"Every flight, when the engine starts, I go to sleep and then I hear the drink cart rolling around and I'm like... 'two bloody marys and more of a nap!'" said Burrell.

Burrell also names Mr. and Mrs. T Bloody Mary mix as her favorite kind of airplane blood mary.

"Mr. and Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix. You look at it and it's like 5,000 milligrams of sodium and you get off the plane and you're like, ‘Why do my fingers feel fat?’ Because it's a glass of vodka and salt," said Burrell.

Chocolate-Covered Pomegranate Seeds (Nadia G.)

One of Nadia G.'s favorite travel snacks is chocolate covered pomegranate seeds.

"I love chocolate-covered pomegranate seeds," said Nadia G. "I find those a lot and end up scoffing up a bag of them and feeling really dirty inside."

Almonds (Robert Irvine)

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One of Robert Irvine's favorite healthy road trip snacks is almonds.

"I bring a lot of almonds [on the road]," said Irvine.

Pizza (Andrew Zimmern)

Andrew Zimmern is a big fan of stopping for gas station pizza while driving.

"It's so bad for you and it's a real guilty pleasure," said Zimmern.

Egg Whites (Robert Irvine)

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Simple egg whites are a road trip food staple for celebrity chef Robert Irvine, who is on the road more than 300 days a year.

"The world's best protein is egg whites," said Irvine.

Sour Patch Kids (Anne Burrell)

When on the go, Anne Burrell grabs Sour Patch Kids, one of her favorite candies.

Avocados (Robert Irvine)

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Currently, chef Irvine is on an 85-day avocado kick, which entails eating avocados every day.

"I'm on an 85-day avocado kick right now," said Irvine. "Because avocado season started way back when and ends on the 31 of August. So, I eat avocado every day."

Breakfast Sandwich (Nadia G.)

Amid her travel-packed schedule, Nadia G. looks forward to eating breakfast sandwiches made with sausage, egg, and cheese when traveling.

"When on the road, I really love having a breakfast sandwich, which I don't usually eat when I'm not traveling," said Nadia G. "It's just delicious."

Boiled Eggs (Robert Irvine)

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Robert Irvine suggests that travelers looking to stay thin and trim should fill up on boiled eggs.

"No matter where you go, whether it's airports or hotels, we eat in some of the worst places... but, you can get chicken breast, you can get boiled eggs, you can get anything if you ask for it," said Irvine. "You don't have to accept the status quo."

Taylor Ham (Andrew Zimmern)

When Andrew Zimmern finds himself in South Jersey, he makes sure to get slice or two of his favorite Taylor Ham.

“Give me a slice of that crisped in the pan, a fried egg, and a toasted English muffin,” said Zimmern.

Chicken Breast (Robert Irvine)

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When dining out on the road, Robert Irvine suggests travelers look for a healthy option like chicken, which can be found on most restaurant menus.

Skittles (Anne Burrell)

Besides Sour Patch Kids, Anne Burrell reveals she loves other fruity sweets like Skittles.

"These days I'm not a super chocolate girl," said Burrell. "I'm more of the Skittles, fruity, Sour Patch Kids [girl]."

Cheesesteak (Robert Irvine)

As long as he maintains his workout schedule, Robert Irvine makes room for some guilty-pleasure foods while traveling.

"I did have a cheesesteak on the plane over here," said Irvine of his travels to the 2012 Atlantic City Food & Wine Festival.