Friday, November 26, 2010

Sweet 'n Savory (DV1011H)

Season Ten, Episode Eleven

Sweet 'n Savory - Original Airdate 11/26/10

This trip Guy Fieri's rolling out for all kinds of flavor. In Duluth, Minnesota, a local favorite, where they're scratch baking banana cream pie and serving grass-fed, bison pot roast. In Arlington, Virginia, a diner home-cooking the classics from French toast to leg of lamb. And in Berkeley, California, a neighborhood café seasoning pork with coconut curry and making pie with apples and grapes.


Video from Meal Ticket (With Steve Harwell, lead singer from Smash Mouth)
For video from the Duluth Grill, click here

Duluth Grill - website
118 S 27th Avenue West, Duluth, MN 55806 - map
(218) 726-1150
www.duluthgrill.com

Metro 29 Diner - no website?
4711 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 22207 - map
(703) 528-2464

Meal Ticket - no website?
1235 San Pablo Avenue, Albany, CA 94706 - map
(510) 526-6325

Recipes in this episode
Roast Leg of Lamb - Metro 29 Diner - Peter Bota, co-owner
Pasties - Duluth Grill - Tom Hanson, owner
Slow Roasted Pork with Coconut Curry Sauce, Corn Tortillas, Fresh Tomato Salsa over Basmati Rice - Meal Ticket - James Carter in collaboration with Kurt Koessel

Guy Ate Here - Duluth Grill

9 comments:

amybean said...

Hey where's a video for us TV challenged peoples??

Dora said...

We're dependent on kind souls who post videos on YouTube. :)

Theo13 said...

why does no one mention the country sausage recipe? it's not on here or the official website. it's not even mentioned in the show synopsis.

Dora said...

Hi Theo, we're not sure. Do you suppose the country sausage recipe is one of those secret recipes that sometimes restaurants refuse to share?

Dora said...

p.s. Amy, we have the Berkley video up. Does that help? :)

amybean said...

Thanks, Dora! I'll tell all my friends.

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Anonymous said...

Metro 29 is an awesome place. Great food and great service.

Phillip Dacus said...

Anybody have the recipe for he Apple and Grape Pie?