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The Five Must-Watch Food Videos of the Week

In this week's roundup of new videos, Brooklyn brothers Max and Eli Sussman share their thoughts on cooking at home, The Busboys share their thoughts on Rosemary's, Dan Kluger reinvents the NYC street cart pretzel, the Beagle's Jeffrey Ryan Creager and Dutch Kills' Jan Warren compete to see who can down more foie gras doughnuts in a minute, and Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman performs some sweet slam poetry about bacon.

1) The Sussman Brothers on Food:
Brooklyn brothers Max and Eli Sussman (of Roberta's and Mile End Deli, respectively) discuss cooking at home, talk about their new book This Is a Cookbook, and share some tips on how to make simple food that tastes good (it involves salt and Sriracha):

2) The Busboys on Rosemary's
The Busboys are back, and this time, they're reviewing the West Village's trendy new restaurant Rosemary's for Immaculate Infatuation. Watch as they discuss the crowd, the food, and why red wine was a bad choice:

3) ABC Kitchen's Dan Kluger Reinvents the NYC Pretzel:
The street cart pretzel is an iconic New York snack. Here, Dan Kluger talks about his personal affinity for pretzels and reinvents the classic dish in ABC Kitchen's Pretzel-Crusted Fried Calamari:

4) Animals Eat Animals:
The Beagle's Jeffrey Ryan Creager and Dutch Kills' Jan Warren head to Do or Dine in Bed-Stuy for the foie gras doughnuts:

5) Nick Offerman, bacon aficionado:
This one's for the bacon (and Parks and Recreation) lovers out there. Nick Offerman performs some sweet slam poetry about "something that's close to [his] heart." Head over to Eater National for more on his ode to cured pig meat:

· All Videos on Eater [~ENY~]

ABC Kitchen

35 East 18th Street, Manhattan, NY 10003 (212) 475-5829 Visit Website

Rosemary's

18 Greenwich Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10011 (212) 647-1818 Visit Website

Do or Dine

1108 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11216

The Beagle

162 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009 Visit Website

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