Monday, June 29, 2009

Comfort Cookin' (DV0612)

Season Six, Episode Twelve

Comfort Cookin' - Original Airdate 06/29/09

Guy Fieri catches some comfort food in Arizona, where a Paris-trained chef is doing ham steak with red eye gravy; In San Francisco, folks line up for chili cheddar cornbread & pumpkin oatmeal pancakes; And in Milwaukee, try bacon wrapped meatloaf, and a deep fried ball of turkey, stuffing & mashed potatoes.

Video from Dottie's True Blue Cafe
Video from Over Easy, click here
Video from Comet Cafe, click here

Over Easy - website
4037 N 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85018 - map
(208) 338-8859

Dottie's True Blue Cafe - website
501 Jones St., San Francisco, CA 94102 - map
(415) 885-2767

Comet Cafe - website
1947 N Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202 - map
(414) 273-7677

Recipes this Episode
Over Easy Ham Steak with Red-Eye Gravy - Over Easy
Roasted Pumpkin Oatmeal Pancakes - Dottie's True Blue Cafe
Turkey Balls - Comet Cafe

Guy Ate Here - Over Easy

Guy Ate Here - Comet Cafe - photo credit Jane Holm


Unknown said...

The Milwaukee eatery visited by Guy Fieri in this episode is the Comet Cafe, home of the bacon-wrapped meatloaf & AJ's Compact Turkey Dinner.

emifabulous said...

Thanks Magnolia! You Rock!

Dora said...

Haha! I just finished watching the episodes, with a note to update the Milwaukee place, rotated a couple loads of laundry, and here I see it's already been updated! (in the comments section)

Magnolia, thanks so much! I'll get that the Comet Cafe in right away.

Dora said...

Article on the Comet Cafe.

Anonymous said...

This is my lucky day. The 3 D's is my favorite show on food network. so, I added you to my favorites, it's so much easier than the way I was trying to keep track. :)

Safe Travels,

squawmama said...

Hey... my friend Chris just sent me to your site... I have logged all his shows since he came on... LOVE the 3 D's.... We travel full time in our motorhome and it is so much fun visiting the ones featured on Guys show...

Thanks for all your hard work

harleynana said...

live in illinois just seeing the program on comet cafe. will be up there this winter no doubt.......bev

Sue Lynn said...

Is there any way to possibly get a few thoughts on the cooking time and prep for the bacon meatloaf? I would love to try it at home. Home being Iowa in my case. =) I am not very concerned with ingredients as I understand cooking secrets. What I would like to know is cook time and how the bacon is wrapped around the meat safely. As a housewife, I like to ensure a well cooked product for my family and safety as that comes first in the kitchen. Thanks!