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The Five Must-Watch Food Videos of the Week

In this week's roundup of new videos, Anthony Mackie discusses booze, April Bloomfield pickles tomatillos, the Immaculate Infatuation boys discuss NYC's best pizza, Marc Forgione makes his epic Tomahawk steak, and the Tenement Museum's Jane Ziegelman takes a look at the history of New York's street food.

1) Anthony Mackie on Bars & Booze:
In Bon Appetit's most recent edition of "A Shot & A Beer," movie star and NoBar owner Anthony Mackie discusses his fondness for girly drinks, his hatred for $15 cocktails, and his thoughts on bar snacks:

2) Marc Forgione's Epic Tomahawk Steak:
Marc Forgione gives Josh Ozersky a behind-the-scenes look at the beauty that is his Tomahawk steak with bone marrow Maitre d’ butter. Forgione demonstrates how to slice, season, and sear the beautiful cut of beef. And Ozersky shows us how to eat it:

3) Immaculate Infatuation on NYC's Best Pizza:
The Immaculate infatuation boys discuss the New York City pizza scene. Rubirosa, Joe’s Pizza, Artichoke, Forcella, Motorino get a mention:

4) The History of New York's Street Food:
Jane Ziegelman, curator of the Tenement Museum’s culinary program, discusses the history of New York's pushcart vendors on Cooking Channel's food(ography). It's a few years old now, but definitely worth checking out:

5) April Bloomfield does Chicago:
This one's for the April Bloomfield fans out there. She steps away from her beloved pig to pickle some tomatillos during a recent trip to Chicago for her book tour:

Joe's Pizza

1435 Broadway, Manhattan, NY 10018 (646) 559-4878 Visit Website

Rubirosa

235 Mulberry Street, Manhattan, NY 10012 (212) 965-0500 Visit Website

Artichoke Pizza

328 East 14th Street, New York, NY 10003

Forcella

485 Lorimer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 388-8820 Visit Website

Motorino

510 Columbus Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10024 (917) 675-7581 Visit Website

Marc Forgione

134 Reade Street, New York, NY 10013 Visit Website

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