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The long awaited, and much anticipated, show dealing with the often rapped about dining habits of our favorite rapper, Action Bronson, is finally upon us. In the premier episode of Fuck, That's Delicious, we hear from our host about what he has been up to while on tour earlier this year. This naturally involves a combination of swan diving off yachts while at least three types of meat are being prepared, finding South Africa's best mixed grill, and taking us to his favorite ice cream parlor in Queens, New York.
The second episode of Fuck, That's Delicious is a great example of what happens when a Queens-born Albanian rap star gets his cousin out of jail on bail, and then brings him on a rap/eating tour ranging from Florida to Pennsylvania. Join Action Bronson and aforementioned cousin, Big Body Bes, along with a diverse cast of characters as they demolish audiences and sandwiches alike. Bonus: Action also gives a killer guacamole and rib eye tutorial as he recants tales from the road, so take notes.
Action Bronson often tours the UK, so it was only a matter of time before an episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious descended upon dear Old Blighty. Mr. Wonderful hit the London streets to expose himself to the culinary masses, from eating piping hot char siu bao (steamed Chinese barbecue pork buns) in London’s Chinatown at Kowloon Restaurant, grilled “Michael Jackson” lamb chops at Lahore Kebab House, to Liverpool’s beloved meat stew, scouse, at Maggie Mae’s.
Watch Action Bronson take us on one of the most unreal, out of bounds New York City food tours that’s ever been committed on film. Mr. Wonderful allowed us access to ground zero for production, cooking with his aunt in her kitchen, and an exclusive tour of Kew Garden's legendary pizza parlor, Dani's House of Pizza. As if all of this wasn't enough, Action made his milkshake dreams come true by visiting dessert iconoclast, Christina Tosi, and her famous Milk Bar bakery to transform his aunt’s homemade baklava into a milkshake. We finished up our New York adventure with a smorgasbord of Korean fried chicken and White Castle cheeseburgers.
What do you get when you cross a lamb neck with a fan boat and blues guitar legend? You have the fifth episode of Fuck, That’s Delicious, which takes us to New Orleans. Action Bronson had some down time between touring and recording his upcoming album, so he decided to recharge by sampling some of the Big Easy’s more contemporary culinary offerings and hearing some blues firsthand. As always, Bam Bam zeroed in on the finest fried chicken at Willie Mae’s Scotch House, the best sandwiches at Coquette, late night fare at Mimi’s and a cooking lesson from the most dynamic chef in the city, Isaac Toups, of Toups’ Meatery. If all this wasn’t enough, we managed to see some gators in the flesh and witness The Little Freddie King Blues Band do their thing. Enjoy.
Action Bronson has done it again. In this episode of Fuck, That's Delicious, we have succeeded in capturing the most dynamic eating streak in recent gastronomic history. We begin our journey as Action is leaving the world's number one restaurant—Copenhagen's Noma—and don't stop until we hit Chicago's Weiner Circle with Riff Raff. Along the way, we hit up a private barbecue at Amass, enjoy a private meal cheffed by Lee Tiernan, plow through the whole menu at Hot Doug's, and share some prime cuts with Coach Ditka.
In this nocturnal edition of Fuck, That's Delicious, Action Bronson shows us some of his favorite late-night go-to's for midnight snacking. From the most Northern parts of Queens to Washington Heights, the FTD audience will get a well-curated tour of New York City's lesser-known after-dark eateries. We also get a chance to see Mr. Wonderful flex his culinary prowess while whipping up an ice cream sundae comprised of ingredients sourced solely from the Lower East Side. Getting around to all of these special places on the fly was no easy feat, so we enlisted super-cabbie Charlie to help us get the job done.
In this episode of Fuck, That's Delicious we head to the land of juice bars and drive-by's: California. While in the Golden State, we check in with The Alchemist during a recording session, catch a culinary performance at the Odd Future Carnival, and get some Hollywood power lunch tips from Simon Rex at Ink. As if all that isn't enough, Action meets up with B-Real for tacos on the East Side, and then balances it all out with a spectacular cauliflower recipe. That's some California love.
Action Bronson and Mario Batali make pizza together in this video.
Fuck, That's Delicious is a show for the people. With that in mind, we tirelessly pored over the comments on YouTube to make sure we know what our audience wants to see. After a big board meeting, we gathered all of our data and brought it to the attention of the cast of FTD. Action Bronson, the show's host, quickly called a meeting in East New York—where he and co-star Big Body Bes were about to do an in-store appearance at the Dominican cell phone spot—to see the comments himself. Here's what they had to say.
In the second installment of Food Inspired by the Album. . . . Mr. Wonderful, Action Bronson visits an old friend: Chef Michael White at Marea. To start things up, Action plays his new tracks "Terry," "Baby Blue," and "Falconry" for Chef White to get him in the right state of mind before they take to the kitchen. While Bronson has been previously documented dining at Marea, he had yet to step behind the line and actually cook with the chef in the restaurant until now. Action also offers his first public foray into the world of wine pairings, asking Marea's wine director—Francesco Grosso—to choose the wines that would pair up best with dishes that he and Michael prepared. This episode will satisfy the cravings of gourmands and hip-hop aficionados alike.
Mr. Wonderful has inspired some serious food over the last couple of weeks. We've shown you "Easy Rider"-inspired stuffed quail, wild mushroom risotto set to "Baby Blue," and now you can add octopus shawarma and char siu lamb belly to that list. Action Bronson has wanted to meet and cook with chef Michael Voltaggio for a while now, ever since Voltaggio's triumphant run on season 6 of 'Top Chef.' Although Action dined at Ink in an episode of 'Fuck, That's Delicious,' the two actually never met ... until now. In this episode of 'Cooking with Mr. Wonderful,' Mr. Baklava plays his new tracks "Brand New Car" and "The Rising" for Chef Voltaggio, and what follows is maybe the most creative interpretation of Bronson's music yet. Bon appétit!
Way back in December of 2014, we took a little trip to Hawaii with Action Bronson. Action was a guest of RVCA at their house on the North Shore to witness the Pipeline Masters surfing competition, and he curated a little barbecue for a group of surfers as well as played a show in Honolulu. In between all the rapping, grilling, and surfing, we made it to Kahuku Superette, the finest purveyor of poke on Oahu. It was a life-changing moment for Action, and its effects are still felt nine months later. With a slight lull in touring for Mr. Wonderful, Action decided to whip up some poke of his own, as well as a vegan version with golden beets that’s so good, everyone who eats it will want to proclaim you king for the day. We hope you find this video as entertaining and useful as our trip was for us. Enjoy.
In the latest video offering from Action Bronson, we find the world's most infamous gourmand reunited with an old high-school friend turned truffle dealer. Our day begins at Urbani Truffles in Midtown Manhattan, where our guide, Mike Rojas, displays an unprecedented amount of black and white truffles to stoke Mr. Bronson's excitement for this exquisite tuber. A plan is set, and then we are off to the holiest of the holies: Per Se. It is here that chef de cuisine Eli Kaimeh prepares soft-scrambled Americauna Hen eggs with Castelmagno cheese and shaved white truffles, served to Action and his friend on a gold plate. After this, we could have stopped and went home satisfied, but we pressed onward towards the temple of regional Italian cooking: Babbo. We were greeted outside by the executive chef, Frank Langello, and quickly escorted to the kitchen so that Frank could get his hands on some of our white truffles. With business out of the way, we perched at the bar to try the braised beef agnolotti with butter and Parmigiano under a blanket of the day's theme. Next, we headed to the Upper East Side for dinner at Michael White's new French restaurant, Vaucluse. This was Action's first time at Michael's new place, so we went a little beyond the requisite pasta with butter and truffles and added aged steak and a cheeseburger with black truffles to the tally. All in all, it was a day of eating that few have ever experienced, let alone in a satin Jets jacket.
As Action Bronson's presence in the "Food World" becomes more permanent, new and diverse opportunities are popping up for the self proclaimed Human Highlight Reel. This time it popped up in the most beautiful location possible, Goldeneye Resort in Oracabessa, Jamaica. The event was entitled Nyam Jam, and even before Action knew exactly what it was, he agreed to attend. As stated in the video, there was not a single bad bite of food, and if you love hot sauces and various pepper spreads, then you really couldn't do much better. Mr. Bronson honed in on a calabasa slaw prepared by visiting Puerto Rican chef, Jose Enrique and a smoked chicken sandwich from Jamaican grill master, Gariel Ferguson. His experience at Nyam Jam inspired him so much, that upon his arrival back in New York, he immediately got cow foot stew and ate in the parking lot of Home Depot. One love.
What can we can possibly say about having Action Bronson eat the most legendary dish, cooked by the best French chef in New York City, all the while donning a Knicks hat and a sport coat? Action wanted to try pressed duck—or canard à la presse, as the French would say—so we got in touch with Daniel Boulud and made it happen. The dish takes about five days to prepare and is finished tableside in a silver "duck press." Then, the sauce is made in front of the table using the juices from the duck whisked together with wine, Cognac, and some other agents of deliciousness. Chef Boulud was also nice enough to pop a bottle of 1983 Guigal Cote Rotie for the occasion, and in return, Action told him how to write a rap album.