Follow My Fork - On Set

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Above is my second installment of Follow My Fork. If you did not catch the first vlog, check it out here.

Today, my nose and fork led me to the set of spirited, bright-haired Anne Burrell's Secrets of a Restaurant Chef. There, I tracked down intern Ian, resident expert on everything edible - like Kabocha (a Japanese squash). He let me nibble on some Squash Bread Pudding (who knew squash could be so worldly!). Also, I got to try some delicious skate, a fish- a not so nice name but a tasty treat. You'll be able to see this fare when it airs on Anne's show this fall.

Until next week. Here's to Eating Well!
Yours Truly,
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