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minibar by josé andrés (Very Pic Heavy)

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Re: minibar by josé andrés (Very Pic Heavy)

Postby Party Flavor » Sun May 02, 2010 8:16 pm

Butterbean wrote:Very nice segment! It definitely caught Andres' exuberance.
Apparently Anderson Cooper is very much NOT a foodie, so they found his reactions upon being served some of their creations quite interesting.

Aw, I wouldn't be too hard on Anderson. Growing up as a son of Gloria Vanderbilt, he probably has a more refined palate than most of us. I don't think being new to molecular gastronomy is grounds for turning in your foodie card


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Actually, that's not it at all. The chefs quoted him as saying he eats a PB&J for lunch most days.
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Re: minibar by josé andrés (Very Pic Heavy)

Postby Butterbean » Sun May 02, 2010 8:26 pm

Party Flavor wrote:Actually, that's not it at all. The chefs quoted him as saying he eats a PB&J for lunch most days.

So much for benefit of the doubt. :lol:
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Re: minibar by josé andrés (Very Pic Heavy)

Postby okbye » Sun May 02, 2010 8:28 pm

Butterbean wrote:
Party Flavor wrote:Actually, that's not it at all. The chefs quoted him as saying he eats a PB&J for lunch most days.

So much for benefit of the doubt. :lol:


Maybe he's just sick of all that froo froo food.
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