So, as we were scrolling through Travel Channel's latest lineup of green-lit series, coming to a Torrent host near you, one show in particular stuck out.
We write about food. And we write about celebrities. Which is the reason we are justifying informing our readership of this important food shortage.
This morning, the New York Post reported that Joe Bastianich and his Magical Italians were in talks to put a second Eataly in New York City, which is probably the only city in the world that could use two Eatalys.
He also uses Courtney Love as a windsurfing board and quotes Gaston.
The Braiser is here to bring the personalities behind the food you eat and love (or hate!) to the forefront. What we eat, where we eat, and how we eat it is a focal point of how we define community, family, and culture in this country and around the world. And the people who help us do that are going to get our attention — though some, obviously, much more than others.
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