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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, Museum of Food and Drink founder Dave Arnold explains the science behind his crazy puffing gun, food writer Josh Ozersky stars in a strange episode of Vice's Munchies, Erik Olsen of the New York Times showcases the creative dumplings coming out of the kitchen at Talde and Red Farm, and Anthony Mangieri of the shuttered Una Pizza Napoletana describes the art of making pizza.

1) The Magic of Cereal:
Here's a little video in which cocktail wizard and Museum of Food and Drink founder Dave Arnold explains the science behind his exploding rice puffing cannon:

2) The Art of Pizza:
Anthony Mangieri of the beloved (and shuttered) East Village pizzeria Una Pizza Napoletana describes the art of making pizza:

3) Josh Ozersky on Munchies:
Watch as food writer Josh Ozersky barbecues shirtless on his roof and then goes on to visit three of his favorite East Village restaurants in the most recent episode of Vice's Munchies:

4) New York Dumplings:
Erik Olsen, a staff Senior Video Journalist for the New York Times, showcases the creative dumplings coming out of the kitchen at Talde and Red Farm in this documentary from October 2012:

5) Empire Plates of Mine:
And last but not least: love it or hate it, this new comedy rap video about the New York food scene is definitely worth a watch:

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