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Actual quote: "We went down to New York City to open up a big ol' can of Maple whoop ass and poured it all over Bobby Flay's head."
Actual quote: "We went down to New York City to open up a big ol' can of Maple whoop ass and poured it all over Bobby Flay's head."

In this edition of The Five Food And Dining Videos That You Need To Watch Today, Canadian chef Michael Smith does some trash talking before his Sunday appearance on Iron Chef America, Japanese gameshows see who can deliver pizzas best, Intelligentsia pulls the perfect espresso and much, much more.

Intelligentsia Coffee Co. Shows You How To Pull A Perfect Shot: Intelligentsia Coffee Co. in Venice Beach, CA prides its self on pulling the perfect shot. In this artfully filmed video, they reveal the secrets to the perfect cup of coffee:

Espresso, Intelligentsia from Department of the 4th Dimension on Vimeo.

Jaws Jumbo Burger Reaches Out To Jay Leno: Earlier today we learned that Jaws Jumbo Burger offered Leno a Franchise if his move back to 11:30 flopped. Well, it turns out they have something of a history trying to get the beleaguered talk show host to open up a location of their restaurant. Here’s a commercial from earlier this year, where they promise him a free t-shirt and some cookies in exchange for opening up Burbank location:

Japanese Food Delivery Show: In Japan, they have television shows that compete fast food delivery people against each other to see who can deliver their food the fastest. Here’s a clip of a Domino’s pizza challenge [Via Japan Probe]:

New No Reservations Prague Trailer: In this coming Monday’s Episode of No Reservations, Anthony Bourdain samples the delicacies of Prague, and from the look of it, also enjoys some good Czech beer:

Promo for this week's Iron Chef: Sunday's new episode of Iron Chef America features Canadian chef Michael White, and he's got some words for Bobby Flay:

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