Tartar sauce on the side "to see how it feels."
That's a lot of bologna.
The all-you-can-eat and drink party will be reprised for a second year in Downtown L.A.
"No one would be talking about this if it was Long John Silver's."
Step into a world of chef-madness. On PBS, of course.
The chef is so on, Aziz Ansari even asks if he's on ecstasy.
We'll even look past the fact that he calls sandwiches "sammys."
Around-the-clock food, from the world's best chefs, for three days straight.
"Someone had a brown marker and they made it happen."
Plus: brunch at the Nitehawk Cinema, and more, in this week's 'New York.'
And they all had food on the mind, naturally.
Aziz Ansari argues about Taco Zone's mulitas and tortillas.
Even the celebs are chomping at the bit for more information into Animal's new restaurant.
Instead of actors of questionable talent, celebrities are serving L.A. this week.
Aziz Ansari and Debbie Lee will join Asian-American celebrities in cooking with notable L.A. restaurants.
What's the first thing a New York expat eats when he returns from L.A.?