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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, Ron Silver talks about his mission to serve real food at Bubby's Tribeca, Danny Bowien explains where he finds inspiration for dishes at Mission Chinese Food, Seersucker's Robert Newton makes his Southern-style wontons, and the Parks and Recreation crew gets in on/mocks the molecular mixology movement.

1) Bubby's Ron Silver, Defender of the American Table:
Bubby's Ron Silver talks about his mission to serve real food and bring back the concept of family dinners:

2) Inside Danny Bowien's Head:
Danny Bowien explains where he gets inspiration for the food at Mission Chinese:

3) The People of Stumptown Coffee Roasters:
This one's for the coffee lovers out there (especially fans of Stumptown):

4) Seersucker's Spoonbread Wontons:
In the latest edition of Eater's Sound Bites, Seersucker's Robert Newton makes some of his Southern-style wontons:

5) The Wrong Way to Consume Alcohol:
Here's one for anyone who loves (or loves to hate) molecular mixology, courtesy of the crew from Parks and Rec. Head over to Eater National for a look at the slideshow of the fake drink menu the show created for Essence:

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