The Maine episode starts in the dead of winter with interviews of locals of Maine,Cold Case Seasons 1-7 DVD Collection, giving the crowd a feel because the location. According apt the locals there are 2 types of Mainers, civilized Maine are flatlanders when the farmland has woodmen Mainers. Tony is visiting Maine for his cameraman Zach is from Maine and well, Tony’s never been to Maine before and says “its below an hour to get here from New York”. Tony tells the crowd namely Portland, Maine namely understood as the foodiest city in the United States.
Tony and Zach brain to J’s Oyster where the air is dingy and pub-like with a loud crowd, known as a classic Maine place. J’s serves up Maine steamers and steamer clams are 1 of Tony’s preferences. Tony tells Zach steamer clams are “one of the greatest, really American entities ever, a taste of my childhood”. Tony and Zach clean down the clams with pints of beer. Zach tells Tony during their voyage of Maine there will be chopping of wood and assembly of water. Tony is cared about how wild and uncivilized areas of Maine are from Zach’s stories (shades of Deliverance) and says “Just tell me there’s not non-consentual sodomy and I’m with you”.
Street & Co. is a outstanding fish joint in Maine treads away from the water. Tony and Zach dine on shrimp, monkfish and cuttle fish (Tony says its sublime). Tony’s not also excited about another patrons pasta with clams, he thinks it doesn’t see so good.
Next Tony and Zach head to Primo Restaurant where, along to Tony, the best chef in Maine resides. Melissa Kelly is the important appoint in culinary arts in Maine and a victor of the James Beard award. Her cafeteria Primo is named afterward her grandfather, who was a butcher. Kelly’s cafeteria grows their own vegetables,Chuck Complete Season 4 DVD Boxset, makes their own bread and desserts, and buys locally sourced productions. Tony says Kelly is chapter of the “pork mafia”, using all parts of the piglet. Tony and Zach dine on rib chop of smoked pork, quail eggs, foie gras and Christmas Panettone bread.
Tony agrees to take a ride in a refurbished sailboat. Once Tony sees how small the sailboat is he starts to have second thoughts about its seaworthiness. As it happens Tony is right, while he and Chris, the captain of the warship, lean to switch sides while navigating the boat capsizes. Luckily neither of them get altogether soaked and Melissa Kelly has a hot meal waiting for them back on dock. Tony,The Office Seasons 1-7 DVD Box Set, Zach, Chris, Melissa and friends collect to warm up inside eating a greet meal of andouille sausage, haddock stew and homemade bread.
Tony regales the audience with his specification of Conte’s 1894 Restaurant, of special note the chef and employer. Chef John Conte says he’s a fisherman and not really a chef. This chef is full of vigor and never sits down as he recites poetry and talks back to the food he is cooking, serving however food he feels favor cooking that daytime. As Tony says to the camera “he does what he wants or f**k you”. Chef Conte shares a meal and a rare sit down with Tony and Zach as they feast on diver’s scallops, mussels, Maine shrimp, Maine lobster and haddock. Tony cries the meal “a beauteous thing”.
Tony and Zach visit Milo, family of locals. The population is almost 3,000 and everyone knows every additional. Before going snowmobiling, Tony, Zach, Zach’s dad Joe and friends dine a hot repast of BBQ premier rib, short ribs and beer while bundled up, hanging appearance near the launch. The next meal is by Milo’s town hall where the locals enjoy a traditional bean supper. Tony, Zach and Zach’s relatives dig into the meal featuring a ruddy hot dog, beans with bacon, coleslaw, homemade biscuits, brown bread in a can and beer. Tony tries to get the dirt ashore Zach’s infancy yet his relatives won’t snitch on him.
Zach introduces Tony to his gun-happy Uncle Bob who is quite the hunter, this guy likes to shoot. Snowmen are stationed outside Uncle Bob’s place and Tony, Zach and Uncle Bob take turns shooting the snowmen and laughing as they kick their targets. Uncle Bob serves Tony and Zach a meal of savage partridge cooked in bacon portly, bacon, eggs and coffee. Uncle Bob adds a big shot of Seagrams to his morning coffee before digging in. Afterwards Zach and Zach’s second cousin Kirby take Tony to chop wood. Cousin Kirby pulls out a fetter saw and gives Tony instructions. For never using a fetter saw Tony does well, tearing down a tree. Zach has Tony chop logs of firewood in half with a hatchet and Tony proves himself once extra. As they carry wood back Zach tells Tony they ambition gather water next. First they share a meal with Zach’s dad, Cousin Kirby, friends and kin, consisting of hare stew with rises and red brandy, bear (Tony’s never had this before), scrapple (Tony’s never had this before either) and homemade biscuits. Tony proclaims the meats “delicious and tender”.
Zach leads Tony on a walk to a normal spring where they gather bottles of water from the small circular hole in the snow. Tony tells Zach that “the best food is here” when describing Maine. Tony and Zach hike through the snow back to the hut with water bottles in hand.