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The Five Must-Watch Food Videos of the Week

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In this week's roundup of new videos, another fake Guy Fieri responds to Pete the Punisher's scathing review, Storyboard takes a look at what goes into Dominique Ansel's religieuse, Gwynnett St.'s Justin Hilbert makes a fancy one-night-only hot dog in honor of the Eater Awards, and Fred Hua of Brooklyn's Nhà Tôi dishes on Vietnamese food.

1) Another Fake Guy Fieri Responds to Pete Wells:
The hooligans at College Humor get in on Fierigate with this parody of Guy Fieri responding to all of "Peter Wells from the New Dork Times"'s questions with his favorite word: YES!:

2) Dominique Ansel's Takes on the Cupcake:
There are no cupcakes at Dominique Ansel Bakery. Instead, Dominique Ansel draws in the crowds with a quirky twist on a French classic: the religieuse. Storyboard takes a look at what goes into the Parisian pastry:

3) The Meatball Shop Guys Serve Up Inspiration:
The Meatball Shop's Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow talk about their friendship, the biz, and their love of the microplane:

4) Eater Awards:
Watch Gwynnett St.'s Justin Hilbert make a fancy one-night-only hot dog in honor of the Eater Awards:

5) Fred Hua, The Man Behind Nhà Tôi:
Here's the story of Fred Hua, the man behind one of Brooklyn's favorite sandwich shops, Nhà Tôi:

· All Videos on Eater [~ENY~]

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