Plus: Nick & Toni's new deal, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Expect horse heads, green vodka, and pandas.
Two new food-themed reality TV shows will be shown on that channel that used to play music videos.
The badass Baohaus chef visits the Seaport.
"Before the big event, I just wanted to have lunch with my two best friends, my editor and my brother. So we all got the omakase at Kurumazushi. That was awesome."
Huang's publicist is earning her paycheck.
The two share complicated handshakes, talk like mystical homies, and share their displacement issues.
Eddie Huang recalls the moment Guy Fieri kept his dreams aloft.
The outspoken Baohaus chef joins a brain trust of "thinkers and doers."
He says the burrito at La Taqueria doesn't quite do it for him.
He believes one should be able to kill an animal if one eats meat.
Is a biopic next?
The book comes out January 29.
American cooks who found their calling through passion, not ancestry.
"[Bowien says,] 'I love Chinese food. I don't know what I'm doing, but I respect this, that and the other Szechuan restaurant. Please don't consider me a master, I'm just a dude with a tea pot full of dirty girl...
You won't catch him saying food is the new rock, either.
"I got to eat some of the food that I made for them, which was sauteed duck's testicles with white wine and herbs; and a calf's-brain sandwich. It was delicious."