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FOOD : Food For Man

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Food For Man

The contents below are about the attitude and happening of man in food from some souces which GoodSiam has choosen to put here : you can  clik  Read more going to that site if you want to read more.




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Man v. Food

Man v. Food is an American food reality television series. It premiered on December 3, 2008 on the Travel Channel. The program follows, stars, and is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman.  In each episode, Richman explores the “big food” of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. The program currently airs two back-to-back episodes every Wednesday at 10:00PM and 10:30PM U.S. Eastern Time. Season 2 began airing on August 5, 2009 at 10:00PM EST.

The host

Series host Adam Richman grew up in Brooklyn, New York, completed his undergraduate degree in International Studies at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, and earned a master’s degree from the Yale School of Drama.  A self-educated food expert, since 1995 he has kept a travel journal including each of the restaurants he visited and what he learned from the trip.  Although described as “a bit on the husky side”, to maintain his health while indulging for the show, Richman exercises twice a day while he’s on the road.  When the schedule permits, he does not eat the day before a challenge and he tries to stay “crazy hydrated” by drinking lots of water or club soda and foregoing coffee or soft drinks.   After taping for a challenge is complete, Richman spends an hour or so on a treadmill, telling the Las Vegas Review-Journal, “Being sedentary is incredibly uncomfortable. […] [D]espite the fact that the first 10 minutes or 15 minutes on the treadmill might suck, it actually does alleviate a lot of pressure, and you feel better.”




The premise

In Man v. Food, Adam Richman travels across the United States to explore the culture and unique “big food” of one city in each episode. He finds places in each city to indulge his appetite and visits local landmarks.  Richman interacts with local restaurateurs as they demonstrate the making of a house specialty or element of local cuisine. The show emphasizes quality as well as quantity—a number of the locations in season one are Zagat-rated, while others have received honors from Esquire  magazine as home of “The Best Sandwiches in America”.

Episodes sometimes include a brief fantasy sequence where Richman pretends to be a character to psych himself up for the episode’s big food challenge. The half-hour show culminates in Richman facing off against an established local food challenge. Each show wraps with a fake press conference where Richman fields questions about the challenge as if it was a just-concluded sporting event.    Read more

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MAN FOOD

These are recipes for men. They will drive women crazy. If you are a woman, go read Good Housekeeping with all those exaggerated descriptions of the food, and the lists and lists of ingredients. All the recipes here adhere to the “one inch rule.” The list of ingredients is never more than an inch long.

Men want to know about what they’re eating–the gross details. Where it came from. What its made of.

When I was little I remember sitting around the kitchen table with my father and grandfather and uncles and eating Limburger cheese with them. I think they did it to gross out the women in the house. My mom and grandmother made faces and kept away. The men drank beer and smoked unfiltered cigarettes like Luckies and Camels. Eating gross stuff like pigs feet and smelly cheese is a guy thing, it makes us what we are.

Men don’t like to waste a lot of time doing the dainty little steps that women take such pride in. Men are lazy and just want to get the job done. Furthermore we are competitive and take delight in doing things fast and efficiently. These recipes take every shortcut possible and reduces the time to make lemonade to about a minute.

Men also want large portions, lots of meat, easy on the low starch vegetables.

Bone appetite!  
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Manly Man Food for Men

How to eat like a man without having to read some wussy-ass book

Hey bros! Haha I said bros because this article is totally for all the guys out there, so anyone reading this who likes ponies and pink teddy bears and curling irons can just quit right now, because this article is all about motors and fighting and building stuff. I got the idea for this article when I heard some chick (probably Oprah) going off about her crazy diet and how all she does is eat salads with no bacon bits. Well this got me thinking that what the world really needs is a manly diet, for men. So what I did is I went around looking for the manliest foods I could find and then I assembled them into a balanced diet that would make any man go “Augh augh augh!” like my favorite TV character, Tim “The Toolman” Taylor. So anyway, here is the manliest diet ever created:

Puritan’s Irish Stew

Okay, Puritan’s Irish Stew is perhaps the manliest lunch ever invented. It’s like you take a big can of gravy, like KFC style (also manly, but more of a supper thing) and you throw in potatoes and beef and man stuff. Man stuff is like when you talk about muscle cars or just regular muscles and you tell your wife/girlfriend to go away because this is man talk. Anyway, Man Stuff is the main ingredient in Puritan’s Irish Stew, and let me tell you there’s nothing Puritan about the big manly flavor of Irish Stew.

Wings

There’s not much that is manlier than eating wings when you’re out with your bros for a night on the town, but when you get wings you have to make sure you get the hot wings and make sure everyone knows it. Like sometimes you might be offered honey garlic wings. DON’T FALL FOR IT. Honey garlic is like poison to real men, because if you eat honey garlic wings everyone will think that you aren’t man enough to eat the hot wings. You want to order the hot wings and when you’re eating them tell everybody that they’re “not that hot” or that you’ve had hotter, EVEN IF YOU HAVEN’T. Make sure to tell them this 5-6 times so they get the point.

Vector cereal

Next is Vector cereal, which I think is pretty manly even though it’s cereal. It doesn’t have any marshmallows or candies in it so that is pretty manly, and it’s made of flakes, which kind of reminds me of eating woodchips, so that is also manly. Basically Vector is the cereal that you eat when you are a professional athlete like a football player or a guy who punches cars really hard. I don’t know its exact effects, but it probably helps guys get super buff or it makes it so you can sprint across all outdoors without even breaking a sweat.

Energy Drink

It’s important to have something to drink with any manly meal you might be having. There are lots of manly things you could drink, like beer or motor oil, but everyone knows those are super manly so I’m gonna talk about energy drink. Lots of people get a cup of coffee when they need a boost, but coffee is for crybabies who hang out at Starbucks and read the New Yorker. A real man would reach for a can of Red Bull or Monster and chug it like he doesn’t even care. You want to make sure that after you chug an energy drink you do something awesome to show everyone how jacked up you are. Like you could crush the can on your head or you could even rip it apart with your teeth. After that, your ready to stay up all night swapping manly stories with your bros or playing Risk.

Hot Fudge Sundae

I know what you’re thinking: “Sundae? What is he talking about? Sundaes are for wusses and babies!” And you would be right except that you’re missing the key word here: HOT! This is not a wussy cold soft serve sundae like anything you might be thinking of, this is a sundae that is smokin’ hot and full of chunks of fudge (as a rule of thumb, anything with chunks is manly). One time I was at Dairy Queen, about to order a Flamethrower Burger (which is what I eat when I go there because it lets everybody know just how intense I am) and this guy in front of me is like “I’ll have a chocolate sundae.” He meant just chocolate, not hot fudge. I just laughed out loud, cut right in front of him and ordered a hot fudge sundae, then I was all, “What? Were you afraid you would burn your tongue?” Then I took my hot fudge sundae back to the car, and didn’t even let it cool down before I ripped right into it. The heat was pretty intense but it was still awesome.

Okay, so now that you know what foods are manly, you should just eat them whenever and not even bother with this “everything in moderation” bullcrap. Don’t be surprised if in a few weeks you get super buff or a barbed wire tatoo appears on your arm. That just means the diet is working and you are getting even manlier. That’s it for now, so until next time, stay manly bros.
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