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The Five Must-Watch Food Videos of the Week

In this week's roundup of new videos, Guy Fieri makes krazy food and drink with Jimmy Fallon, a bizarre trailer for Gabriel Stulman's new izakaya project Chez Sardine, a catchy ode to Meatopia, Chris Cosentino eats his way around New York, and Food Curated's Liza de Guia shines a light the guys behind Uncle Gussy's food truck.

1) Guy Fieri on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon:
On the eve of opening his first New York restaurant, the epic Guy's American Kitchen and Bar, chef Guy Fieri dropped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to prepare some food and drink. Head over to Eater National to find out more about the kraziness that ensued:

2) Coming Soon: Gabriel Stulman's Chez Sardine:
Watch this slightly bizarre yet intriguing trailer for Gabriel Stulman and the Little Wisco restaurant group's new izakaya project Chez Sardine:

3) Oh, Come With Me To Meatopia:
In honor of Josh Ozersky's Meatopia, the meat-tastic extravaganza that goes down today on Randall's Island, here's a short food porn film set to an original song called "Oh, Come With Me to Meatopia" by Life in a Blender:

4) San Fran's Chris Cosentino Does New York:
San Francisco chef Chris Cosentino recently visited New York and made his first-ever pilgrimage to Brooklyn. He ate his way around the city, visiting the Takashi, Maison Premiere, and Pok Pok NY. While he seems to have a problem with skinny jeans and hipsters, Cosentino seems to really dig the food:

5) A Spotlight on Uncle Gussy's Traditional Greek Cuisine Food Truck:
Food Curated's Liza de Guia shines a light another one of the 2012 Vendy Awards finalists: Uncle Gussy's Traditional Greek Cuisine food truck:

· All Videos on Eater [~ENY~]

Pok Pok Ny

117 Columbia Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231 (718) 923-9322 Visit Website

Chez Sardine

183 W 10th Street, New York, NY 10014 646 360 3705

Maison Premiere

298 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11249 (347) 335-0446 Visit Website

Takashi

456 Hudson Street, Manhattan, NY 10014 (212) 414-2929 Visit Website

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