[Sca-cooks] Man Fire Food

Kathleen Roberts karobert at unm.edu
Thu Sep 20 13:10:21 PDT 2012

It was quite fascinating.  Yes an hour would be better!
I am waiting to see the fire-source that appears to be nestled inside the dragon sculpture...  looks cool.
Of course, Roger Mooking is always a very personable host.
Kathleen Roberts
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University of New Mexico
"Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy."   
W. B. Yeats
"The hand that rocks the ladle rules the world."
Nadia G.

>>> Johnna Holloway <johnnae at mac.com> 9/20/2012 1:06 PM >>>
This was actually a pretty good program, if only a bit short.
They cram it all into 1/2 an hour.

I would recommend the Bovinova segment for any group contemplating cooking a whole cow.


On Sep 14, 2012, at 10:53 PM, Johnna Holloway wrote:

> http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/roger-mooking/bio/index.html
> New series on the Cooking Channel.
> Man Fire Food: Premiering Tuesday, September 18th at 10pm ET/7pm PT 
> "Feast Over Flame" - SERIES PREMIERE!   The fires glow bright in the Carolinas.  Roger visits Skylight Inn, a family-run restaurant in Ayden, N.C., that has been serving whole hog-style barbecue for 65 years. In Greer, S.C., five friends create an extravagant two-day, meat-filled feast called "Bovinova, Barn Yard Burn."  Six hundred hungry barbecue lovers come for the surf and turf paella, roasted chickens, roasted lamb, pigs and the main attraction, a whole roasted cow!

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