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    lmao@ blue corn chips and mango salsa.
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    Too bad Cat Cora is into chicks.

    Of course 3 episodes in after I find this Mexican Made Easy show it hasn't been on again. I dig that host.



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    I've met the man twice at NBC over the past few years. He's a great guy (no pun intended). Gracious as all get out, very appreciative of the accolades, and LOVES it when people have hole-in-the-wall joints recommended to him. His assistant couldn't pull him away from people wanting to take pics and talk with him. He stayed until the last person walked away.

    Last summer he told me he's opening a place in LV shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unruely35 View Post

    Wait, that's Cat Cora. Stupid tags...
    Dayum! I knew there was a reason I liked Cat!

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    Say what you want about Guy, but DDD is a great show. I whole heartedly reccommend going to these places, starting with Baby Blues BBQ in Venice, and Fab Hot Dogs in Reseda. Here's a link to find the restaurants featured on the show: Locations | Flavortown USA | Diners, Drive-ins and Dives | Guy Fieri | Food Network


    In fact travel companies have organized bus tours with the sole purpose of going to DDD restaurants.

    Also, the two cookbooks that Guy has put out on DDD are really good too.

    BTW, Bourdain is a tool, but there is no question that he has skills. I wouldn't want to have dinner with him, but I sure as hell would eat at his restaurant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KHenry14 View Post
    Say what you want about Guy, but DDD is a great show. I whole heartedly reccommend going to these places, starting with Baby Blues BBQ in Venice, and Fab Hot Dogs in Reseda. Here's a link to find the restaurants featured on the show: Locations | Flavortown USA | Diners, Drive-ins and Dives | Guy Fieri | Food Network


    In fact travel companies have organized bus tours with the sole purpose of going to DDD restaurants.

    Also, the two cookbooks that Guy has put out on DDD are really good too.

    BTW, Bourdain is a tool, but there is no question that he has skills. I wouldn't want to have dinner with him, but I sure as hell would eat at his restaurant.
    My problem with DDD is that these places are really not adventurous and aren't really "dives." Not debating whether they are good or not, but some of the better dives in this town. Everything is American food for the most part, with some Ameri-mex mixed in.

    At least Bourdain, will in LA, will go to the Alameda swap meet and eat a taco and eat some Korean food at a real "dive."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annapurna View Post
    My problem with DDD is that these places are really not adventurous and aren't really "dives."
    Hence it being named Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianmonsta View Post
    Hence it being named Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.
    Diners, drive-ins or dives serve exclusively American cuisine?

    Boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annapurna View Post
    Diners, drive-ins or dives serve exclusively American cuisine? Boring.
    I just don't think you've watched the show enough to make that statement. Sure, are most of the restaurants a variation on burgers and dogs? Of course, but I know they have featured restaurants that feature Basque, Thai, Vietnamese, Polish, Cuban, Slovenian, German, Puerto Rican, British, Hungarian, Hawaiian, Peruvian, and number of Greek and Mexican places. And finally, there's a ton of seafood places. And those are the one's off the top of my head, there's likely to be more.

    That's not boring to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KHenry14 View Post
    I just don't think you've watched the show enough to make that statement. Sure, are most of the restaurants a variation on burgers and dogs? Of course, but I know they have featured restaurants that feature Basque, Thai, Vietnamese, Polish, Cuban, Slovenian, German, Puerto Rican, British, Hungarian, Hawaiian, Peruvian, and number of Greek and Mexican places. And finally, there's a ton of seafood places. And those are the one's off the top of my head, there's likely to be more.

    That's not boring to me...
    You are probably right. I just can't get past his douchebag Ed Hardy appearance. I'm glad that he has features different cuisines though.

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