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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, the chefs from Battersby work hard and play hard in Carroll Gardens, Maialino’s Nick Anderer makes homemade kimchi fried rice on his day off, burger purist Josh Ozersky puts Rosemary's off-the-menu burger to the test, Kasadela Izakaya serves up addicting fried chicken wings, and Paul Qui takes over City Grit.

1) The Battersby Guys do Carroll Gardens:
The newest installment of Vice's "Munchies" follows Battersby chefs Walker Stern and Joe Ogrodnek as they wade through the Fernet saturated streets of Carroll Gardens:

2) Nick Anderer’s Day Off:
See what Maialino chef Nick Anderer cooks when he’s off the clock in the most recent episode of Serious Eats’ “At Home With” series:

3) Burger Purist Josh Ozersky Eats a "Fancy" Burger:
Josh Ozersky, his friend Stephanie Alleyne, and Eater co-founder Ben Leventhal sample the off-the-menu burger at Rosemary's. See what Josh, a burger purist, has to say about the meat, the spicy ketchup, onion jam, and housemade focaccia bun:

4) Kasadela Izakaya: The House that Chicken Wings Built:
Selections for the NYC Food Film Festival were announced this week and Food Curated's Liza de Mosquito Guia's piece about the East Village's Kasadela Izakaya made the cut. Watch her short film on their "addicting" platter of Tebasaki, a very unique take on Japanese fried chicken wings:

5) Paul Qui at City Grit:
In case you weren't able to snag a table, here's an inside look at what went into Paul Qui's dinner series at City Grit. His stint at the culinary salon in Nolita wraps up tonight:

Rosemary's

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Battersby

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Maialino

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