The meal that still haunts me: AMA #7

Plus, my favorite burger and how to get on one of my shows.

Ask me anything.

This is truly one of my favorite parts of the week. Great questions this round.

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Here are this week’s questions, answered in the above video:

Amanda R.
What is the meal that haunts you, if there is such a thing?

With a six-foot wing span, the Samoan giant fruit bat, a.k.a. the flying fox, is the most appropriately named animal since the toy poodle.

N Spiro Griggs 
How can you nominate someone to be on Family Dinner?

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I know answering this question is going to be hard, but I'd love to hear what you have to say. I wrote you earlier about this one sandwich because I'm still obsessed with it. On one of your earlier Bizarre Foods shows, you did Trinidad and Tobago. On the beach there, they were cooking fresh shark sandwiches in a tent of some kind. The way it was prepared made me want one terribly, and after you had tried it, you called it the best sandwich of any kind you had ever eaten. I know that was several years ago, but I would like to know what you still think about that sandwich. So, my hard to answer question is in 2 parts. What is the best sandwich you have ever eaten, and what is the best burger you have ever eaten? Inquiring minds want to know.

The bar at JG Melon in NYC.
Molly, my comms director, having her 1st JG Melon burger in 2012.

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Have a great weekend! -AZ

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