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Diving for World Class Butter Clams Off the Coast of Oregon — Deep Dive

– I grew up on the coast. We lived all over Oregon. But I’ve just been around wild product my whole life. Growing up on salmon, trout, a lot of ocean fish as well. When I started working in restaurants, even high level ones, I was kind of disappointed in the quality of certain products….

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Dry and Wet Aged Steaks At New York’s Most Famous Steakhouse — The Meat Show

– The Meat Show’s coming to you from New York City, we are in front of Delmonico’s, America’s oldest restaurant. Also America’s oldest steak house. The chef here, Billy Oliva, called me up, he said he’s got something special planned, because they’re coming up on their 180th anniversary, so let’s go inside and find out…

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Is this $200 Cast Iron Pan Better than the Lodge? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Another day, another gadget. Today we’re testing the Butter Pat Cast Iron for $195. Like, super luxury. Compared to the Lodge at $30. So here it is, this is the Butter Pat. It doesn’t look like your normal cast iron, like the Lodge. And I love the Lodge, I love this, and it’s affordable,…

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Beigel Bake’s Salt Beef is the Katz’s Pastrami of London — Dining on a Dime

– I’m walking down Brick Lane in the Bethnal Green neighborhood of London. I’ve been told that while I’m here I have to try beigels or bagels, the traditional Jewish bread product that originated in Poland and Eastern Europe. We’re heading to Beigel Bake, which is one of two prominent beigel places on this road,…

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Chicken That Deserves as Much Love as Steak — Prime Time

– So at the butcher shop, you know, everyone talks about different cuts of steak, what has the best fat, you go to steak houses. Nobody talks about chicken. – I wanna know how old’s that chicken, what breed is that chicken, what’s that chicken’s personality. So we’re at Le Coq Rico and we’re gonna…

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The Star Trek Cookbook Calls for Parasites to Make Meatloaf — Real Chefs Cook Dumb Recipes

Hi! I’m Brent Hi I’m Ben and we’re from The Meat Hook. – [Brent] We are going to cook from the Star Trek Cookbook. – [Ben] What recipe, you wonder. Why the Gyronian meatloaf à la Paris. Everyone’s favorite. (majestic music) Brent, I think first before we really get anywhere, we need to know what…

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Deep-Fried Butter Is an Obsession in Texas — Cult Following

– [Narrator] Running annually since 1886, the state fair of Texas is America’s biggest fair, and an ode to the art of frying food. Oh my God. The fair vendors just started getting more and more out there over time, as a way to differentiate themselves from one another. Over time, it just sort of…

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Taking the $995 Brava Countertop Smart Oven For a Spin — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Okay party people, we’re back. We are testing the counter top smart oven and honestly this is one of the things that I have been wanting to test for awhile. (upbeat music) The counter top smart oven has so many different technologies that they use that we tested before in other gadgets, but it’s…

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Is the Butterball Turkey Fryer a Must Have for Thanksgiving? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Today might be my favorite day ever, because we are frying a turkey because we are frying a turkey in this guy! The Butterball Turkey Fryer. So for those who were terrified to fry a turkey at home because guess what, it is a little scary. Now you don’t have to be, with this…

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Do You Need the $1300 Otto Wilde Steak Grill? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Welcome back to your favorite show in the world, Kitchen Gadgets. Today I’m very excited, we’re testing the Otto Wilde grill, which is supposed to heat up to 1,500 degrees and that’s some serious heat for the whopping price of $1,300, they say that you can get steakhouse-quality steak at your own home. We’ll…

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