On Food Network's Boy Meets Grill, Bobby Flay finds German specialties and sausages at Koglin German Royal Hams in Grand Central Terminal, New York.
Bobby's love of seafood takes him straight to the experts. Located right in the famed Grand Central Terminal, this market has become synonymous with gourmet, artisanal eats. Stop by for fresh shellfish, mussels, or a variety of fresh produce and prepared salads.
Bobby's trip to Kum Gang San was a Boy Meets Grill first because this is where you can grill Korean barbecue at the table. Be it thinly sliced boneless rib-eye steak (Bul Go Ki) or jumbo shrimp (Sae Woo Gui), Bobby says, "It's about sharing and it's just fun."
Looking for a quick bite to eat in the middle of Times Square? Head to Times Deli Cafe. Bobby stopped by for breakfast to order a New York-style egg sandwich. You can order a classic bacon, egg and cheese sandwich, or follow Bobby's lead and have sausage instead of bacon.
Swing by specialty Italian cheese shop Joe's Dairy on Sullivan Street for ready-made sandwiches and charcuterie-style snacks. Bobby swears by the mozzarella, made daily and served fresh or smoked.
On Food Network's Boy Meets Grill, Bobby Flay drops by Raffetto's Pasta for homemade meatballs and fresh pastas, in New York, NY.
At Spanish-style tapas restaurant Tia Pol, "they're serving the real deal," says Bobby on Boy Meets Grill. Try the Lamb Skewers, covered in a Moorish spice blend and cooked on the flat iron, and the Patatas Bravas, flash-fried rough-cut potatoes with spicy aioli and smoked paprika.
Bobby’s grocery list of Asian ingredients takes him to Sunrise Mart in SoHo. The market offers a treasure trove of popular Japanese produce and sauces. Bobby picked up sesame oil for “flavor,” as well as soy sauce, sake and even some sweets. Japanese movies and magazines can also be found here.
To stock up for his German dinner, Bobby visited Karl Ehmer Quality Meats. You can find Karl Ehmer meats in grocery stores nationwide. But at the Fresh Meadows shop in New York, you can find all the goods in-house, including German beer, bratwurst, smoked sausages and other tasty specialties.
Bobby Flay spices up a Moroccan meal with a trip to Aphrodisia Spice Shop in New York, NY, on Food Network's Boy Meets Grill.
As Bobby says on Boy Meets Grill, at Wild Edibles Seafood Market they "know each fish, and they know who caught them." That includes a variety of wild and farmed seafood, like wild striped bass from nearby Long Island and "super sweet" little neck clams from Rhode Island.
On Food Network's Boy Meets Grill, Bobby Flay picks up a loaf of Italian bread and checks out other goodies at Vesuvio Bakery in New York, NY.
Bobby’s picnic prep begins with a trip to Eagle Provisions. This grocery is small but what it lacks in size, it makes up for with a wide array of international beers and craft sodas. If you’re like Bobby, you’ll grab some juicy hot dogs (or kielbasa) and jumbo pickles from the full-service deli.
In the world of sweets, Jacques Torres is synonymous with chocolate. Giada finds that for the best wake-up call, he makes one "wicked good" hot chocolate. The consistency is like liquid pudding and the chipotle spice adds an extra kick. And to top it off? A dollop of housemade whipped cream.
Bobby Flay sits down at Jerry's in Soho in New York, NY, for upscale diner food and grilled pizzas, on Food Network's Boy Meets Grill.