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The Best Slice in NYC Comes From Scarr’s Pizza’s House-Milled Flour Operation — Handmade

(dramatic orchestral music) – I try to serve what the people want, like, a good version of a New York-style. And the beauty of it, it’s not bad for you. That’s my favorite component of the pizza. See, look! New York Slice is by the slice, affordable, it tastes great. (jazzy music) Pizza was the […]

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NFL Star Kareem Jackson Explores Houston Food || InstaChef

=- I want y’all to look at this real quick. – Oh. My goodness. Don’t do that, chef, chef. – Don’t do it? All right. – No, no, no, I’m saying don’t do it but I really mean do it. Welcome to “Instachef,” where we profile chefs that are creating a new tradition in the […]

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Why Is Waffle House so Popular? — Cult Following

– [Narrator] People go to great lengths to eat at Waffle House. Loyal followers ride motorcycles across the country. Choreograph dances or simply show up and order the same thing everyday for 50 years. Waffle House is so enduringly popular that the chain serves 341 strips of bacon, 238 orders of hash browns and 145 […]

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The Oldest Dim Sum House In San Francisco at Hang Ah Dim Sum Tea House — Dining on a Dime

– We are driving down Grand street in Chinatown in San Francisco, California. And Chinatown is, among other things, the most densely populated area of the United States outside of Manhattan. It is also the oldest Chinatown in North America. It was originally the port of entry for Chinese immigrants in the 1850s when they […]

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Legendary Sushi Chef Masa Invented a New Way to Cook Burgers — Prime Time

– We’re here at Tetsu, where world-renowned sushi chef, Masa has a burger on the menu. – Who does he think he is? – We do burgers in New York, buddy. – We do the burgers in New York. But, we hear great things about him using a specific tool that was built for him, […]

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How Ray’s Candy Store Became The Most Legendary Shop In NYC For Late-Night Munchies | Legendary Eats

Medha Imam: In a city that never sleeps, bodegas, carts, and diners are routine hot spots for late-night eats. But one 24-hour joint in New York City stands out as a sacred site for all things junk food. And it’s been there for decades. Its name? Ray’s Candy Store. Customer: This is a staple of […]

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$19 Brunch Vs. $113 Brunch

(upbeat music) – What’s up Andrew? – What’s up Steven? – I made you a letter. – Worth it brunch. Will you go to brunch with me? Circle. How about this? – No. – Yeah I’ll go to brunch with you. – Okay, I spent like 20 minutes on that. You didn’t even– – Waste […]

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$3 Fries Vs. $100 Fries

– Today on Worth It, fries. Why don’t you tell us what we’re gonna do today in a drastic kind of way? – (laughs) Today on Worth It, we’re gonna be trying three drastically awesome fries. At three drastically different price points, to find out which fries are the most worth it at its price. […]

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