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    Re: Man v.s. Food

    I heard him interviewed on a morning show here in Omaha and he seemed pretty cool - he actually really talked up the Minneapolis event.


    I ate there a few months ago with some friends for a birthday get-together.
    The atmosphere is GREAT - drinks were a bit spendy but not terrible; they have boots of beer (DAS BOOT!), which is hard to argue with.


    Oh, and the food was AMAZING.
    I had a steak that was to die for - something seasoned in a way that I couldn't really do at home very well.... it was a great meal and a great time...


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    "ThorSPL" wrote:
    I heard him interviewed on a morning show here in Omaha and he seemed pretty cool - he actually really talked up the Minneapolis event.


    I ate there a few months ago with some friends for a birthday get-together.
    The atmosphere is GREAT - drinks were a bit spendy but not terrible; they have boots of beer (DAS BOOT!), which is hard to argue with.


    Oh, and the food was AMAZING.
    I had a steak that was to die for - something seasoned in a way that I couldn't really do at home very well.... it was a great meal and a great time...
    Thanks for the info, Thor!
    Oh, and I love the "Beer Fest" reference
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    Re: Man v.s. Food

    reading this thread is making me hungry!!...

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    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
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    It's ok, I like Anthony Bourdain's show No Reservations a lot better.
    Yeah that's a good one. It's pretty entertaining.

    At least those shows are better than the other crap that is on TV nowadays.
    I kinda like 'the thirsty traveller'. Have you seen that one? It's some guy getting paid to travel around the world getting drunk on camera.

    There's another guy that travels the world and will eat anything, and I mean anything. I forget the name of that show. But it is quite entertaining.
    Is that last one the one with the fat bald guy?

    I thought that show was awesome. I watched a few weeks back and they were in Sicily.

    I think he means this guy...he eats the most disgusting stuff I've ever seen. Andrew Zimmer.


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    "VikingMike" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "Ltrey" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    It's ok, I like Anthony Bourdain's show No Reservations a lot better.
    Yeah that's a good one. It's pretty entertaining.

    At least those shows are better than the other crap that is on TV nowadays.
    I kinda like 'the thirsty traveller'. Have you seen that one? It's some guy getting paid to travel around the world getting drunk on camera.

    There's another guy that travels the world and will eat anything, and I mean anything. I forget the name of that show. But it is quite entertaining.
    Is that last one the one with the fat bald guy?

    I thought that show was awesome. I watched a few weeks back and they were in Sicily.

    I think he means this guy...he eats the most disgusting stuff I've ever seen. Andrew Zimmer.


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    Re: Man v.s. Food

    "VikingMike" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "Ltrey" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    It's ok, I like Anthony Bourdain's show No Reservations a lot better.
    Yeah that's a good one. It's pretty entertaining.

    At least those shows are better than the other crap that is on TV nowadays.
    I kinda like 'the thirsty traveller'. Have you seen that one? It's some guy getting paid to travel around the world getting drunk on camera.

    There's another guy that travels the world and will eat anything, and I mean anything. I forget the name of that show. But it is quite entertaining.
    Is that last one the one with the fat bald guy?

    I thought that show was awesome. I watched a few weeks back and they were in Sicily.

    I think he means this guy...he eats the most disgusting stuff I've ever seen. Andrew Zimmer.


    Yeah!

    Thank you Mike, thank show is pretty cool.
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    "VikingMike" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "jargomcfargo" wrote:
    "Ltrey" wrote:
    "Mr" wrote:
    It's ok, I like Anthony Bourdain's show No Reservations a lot better.
    Yeah that's a good one. It's pretty entertaining.

    At least those shows are better than the other crap that is on TV nowadays.
    I kinda like 'the thirsty traveller'. Have you seen that one? It's some guy getting paid to travel around the world getting drunk on camera.

    There's another guy that travels the world and will eat anything, and I mean anything. I forget the name of that show. But it is quite entertaining.
    Is that last one the one with the fat bald guy?

    I thought that show was awesome. I watched a few weeks back and they were in Sicily.

    I think he means this guy...he eats the most disgusting stuff I've ever seen. Andrew Zimmer.


    That's why I prefer "Man v Food", cause his show makes my mouth water.
    The other guy just makes me throw up in my mouth
    :-X :-X

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    Does anyone out there watch this program?
    It is now one of my all time favorites!
    Adam Richman is the host and he's just a "regular" guy who LOVES food.
    The show is on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays nights.
    This week he is heading to Denver to take on the 7 pound burrito challenge.
    He doesn't lose very often and at the end of every show he has a mock "press conference" where the restaurant patrons get to ask him questions about the challenge he just had.
    The March 25th episode has him premiering in Minneapolis to take on the Meterbratwurst Challenge at Gasthof zur Gemutlichkeit.
    I've never heard of that place.
    Have any of you PP.Oers been there.
    I can't wait to see it!
    I go there every year for Oktoberfest, and they used to have a lot of hip hop down in Mario's Keller Bar. They also used to have Maifest but they nixed that last year. It's the best German experience in the cities.
    Man vs. Food is also checking out Brasa which is awesome and Matt's Bar (right near Ghastof) for the original Juicy Lucy!

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    "DeathtoDenny" wrote:
    "Jimmymeboy" wrote:
    Does anyone out there watch this program?
    It is now one of my all time favorites!
    Adam Richman is the host and he's just a "regular" guy who LOVES food.
    The show is on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays nights.
    This week he is heading to Denver to take on the 7 pound burrito challenge.
    He doesn't lose very often and at the end of every show he has a mock "press conference" where the restaurant patrons get to ask him questions about the challenge he just had.
    The March 25th episode has him premiering in Minneapolis to take on the Meterbratwurst Challenge at Gasthof zur Gemutlichkeit.
    I've never heard of that place.
    Have any of you PP.Oers been there.
    I can't wait to see it!
    I go there every year for Oktoberfest, and they used to have a lot of hip hop down in Mario's Keller Bar. They also used to have Maifest but they nixed that last year. It's the best German experience in the cities.
    Man vs. Food is also checking out Brasa which is awesome and Matt's Bar (right near Ghastof) for the original Juicy Lucy!
    The "Juicy Lucy" sounds tasty.
    Hey double D, how did you get to be a member since 1970 ??? ???
    I'm pretty sure that the guy who won a freaking Oscar and Pulitzer for his unending B.S. about "global-blah,blah,blah didn't "invent" the internet until the '90's.
    :-\ ???

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    "Jimmymeboy" wrote:
    "DeathtoDenny" wrote:
    "Jimmymeboy" wrote:
    Does anyone out there watch this program?
    It is now one of my all time favorites!
    Adam Richman is the host and he's just a "regular" guy who LOVES food.
    The show is on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays nights.
    This week he is heading to Denver to take on the 7 pound burrito challenge.
    He doesn't lose very often and at the end of every show he has a mock "press conference" where the restaurant patrons get to ask him questions about the challenge he just had.
    The March 25th episode has him premiering in Minneapolis to take on the Meterbratwurst Challenge at Gasthof zur Gemutlichkeit.
    I've never heard of that place.
    Have any of you PP.Oers been there.
    I can't wait to see it!
    I go there every year for Oktoberfest, and they used to have a lot of hip hop down in Mario's Keller Bar. They also used to have Maifest but they nixed that last year. It's the best German experience in the cities.
    Man vs. Food is also checking out Brasa which is awesome and Matt's Bar (right near Ghastof) for the original Juicy Lucy!
    The "Juicy Lucy" sounds tasty.
    Hey double D, how did you get to be a member since 1970 ??? ???
    I'm pretty sure that the guy who won a freaking Oscar and Pulitzer for his unending B.S. about "global-blah,blah,blah didn't "invent" the internet until the '90's.
    :-\ ???
    Something happened a couple years ago with PPO changing servers and everyone who was already registered was changed to January 01, 1970. lol.

    I like the Andrew Zimmer show as well, but his is pretty much strictly about the food, where Bourdain explores the culture of the place he's visiting. And is shitfaced and cynical half the time, which I think is hilarious.

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