Chat Chow TV (HD)

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Chat Chow TV is a mouth-watering new video podcast where we go behind the scenes with the celebrated chefs, owners and mixologists of the food industry.

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Chat Chow TV (HD)

Chat Chow TV
41 Roel Alcudia / The Cypress Room2013-07-03 10:35:05
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42 Antonio Bachour / St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort2013-06-19 13:43:19
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43 Chat Chow 2 Year Anniversary Video2013-06-18 11:07:49
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44 Jamie DeRosa / Tongue & Cheek2013-06-04 11:04:31
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45 2013 Bloopers and Shenanigans2013-05-15 12:34:22
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46 The Grinder 05 /Mercy Gonzalez2013-05-09 13:24:14
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47 Hung Huynh / Catch Miami2013-04-16 12:47:33
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48 Whitney Flood / Muddy Leek2013-04-11 15:07:31
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49 Carlos Centurion / Bulla Gastrobar2013-04-02 15:38:38
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50 Brock Kleweno / Yamashiro2013-03-28 14:36:18
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51 Robert Ferrara / Swine Southern Table & Bar2013-03-26 10:41:03
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Robert Ferrara / Swine Southern Table & Bar

It seems 50 Eggs Restaurant Group can do no wrong. The gustatory geniuses behind South Beach successes Yardbird and Khong River House have taken their winning recipe to Coral Gables. Enter Swine Southern Table & Bar, your next downhome dining favorite. Chat Chow TV talked bacon and bourbon with Swine bar manager, Robert Ferrera. Swine’s cocktail program focuses heavily on its own on-site barrel-aged rums and ryes. “We’re actually creating our own original cocktails here,” explains Ferrera. “We have a full-sized Buffalo Trace barrel and right now we’ve got Cabajisco, a nice, beautiful, white spirit; Dolin Blanc Vermouth, so as that changes, it’s going to fortify and change; and Mandarine Napoleon, an orange based cognac liqueur.” Prefer your spirits a little lighter? Not to fret, there’s something for everyone on this drink menu. Expect local, just-ripe ingredients from Homestead and creative applications (a glass misted with Mezcal for a hint of smokiness, in-house Swine bitters). And of course it all complements the sink-your-teeth-into-it fare. Although Swine shares some food inspiration from Yardbird (you’ll find the succulent Shrimp & Grits on both menus), Ferrera describes Swine as Yardbird’s tougher, younger brother. Chalk that up to Swine’s competition-winning rib rub, massive smoker in the kitchen, and wood-burning grill. Try the fall-off-the-bone Memphis Smoked Ribs, or gather a group and go to town on a whole hog, communal-table style. Now, while your mouth waters, watch the video above to figure out why fat washing makes rye tipples tastier (it’s a good thing, we swear) and find a new reason to drink rum (as if you needed one). …read more

52 Joshua Wagner / Regent Cocktail Club2013-03-14 11:18:45
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53 Albert Cabrera / Bread + Butter2013-03-06 11:06:23
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54 Thomas Connell / Fontainebleau Executive Chef / SOBEWFF2013-02-22 19:17:52
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55 The Grinder 04 / George Motz2013-02-06 15:57:41
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56 Carlos Larcada / Pao Town2013-01-29 11:03:59
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57 Jose Mendin / PB Steak2013-01-10 10:43:59
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58 Chef Bee / Khong River House2013-01-03 19:28:57
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59 Alejandro Ortiz / Acme Bakery & Coffee2012-12-21 10:54:55
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60 Robert Luna / Malo2012-12-18 10:40:26
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