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Let’s start you off with a little riddle: you are placed in the middle between two tables. On your left, a succulent chicken leg, perfectly fried crispy skin, juicy thigh and drum dark meat. On your right, a tender pork chop, thick, chewy, just the right amount of salt that gets your mouth gushing. The question .. which way do you go?
The correct answer: the NYC Craving’s truck is, which brings the chicken and pork as duo to street eaters in the glorious $7 steal: PORKEN!
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Home to such brilliant television programming as “So You Think You Can Dance”, and “Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader”, Fox is slated to air a third food show which is co-produced and features the culinary world’s sweetheart, Gordon Ramsey. “Master Chef” showcases amateur, wanna-be cooks, competiting to become the next big chef. The show’s been a major hits in both Australia and UK, and Fox producers hope to replicate the success in the US market. This, of course, will be Ramsey’s third project on Fox, acting as the proverbial meat to the “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Kitchen Nightmares” poop sandwich.
Sure, it may sound a bit pessimistic to assume that Fox will ruin “Master Chef”, with their choppy edits, awful music clips, and excessive cuts of any decent footage from the show. But the shows speak for themselves. Compare this first clip of Kitchen Nightmares USA:
Against Kitchen Nightmares UK:
Simple, not over the top, and highlights the actual act of cooking. The proof is in the pudding (pun intended .. this is a food blog afterall).
Vividly capturing the seemingly trivial pursuit of a quick snack, film maker and all around good-ole’-fashion boy Dave Rocco brings excitement and adventure picture-by-picture in “Food”. Knorr Sidekicks never looked more gourmet.