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Cooking Channel heats up primetime with hot new season of 'Man Fire Food'

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Wed, Apr 25th 2018 05:30 pm
New season premieres Wednesday, May 30
"Man Fire Food," one of Cooking Channel's top original series, returns as chef Roger Mooking continues his search for the most innovative and outrageous ways people across the country cook with fire. Whether it is smoked, grilled or barbecued, these one-of-a-kind dishes are smoking-hot and sizzle the taste buds. The 13 new episodes kick off Wednesday, May 30 (9 p.m. ET), with flaming bold flavors.
In the series premiere, Roger follows the smoke signals to San Antonio where he finds the best roadside barbecue at The Box Street Social food truck. He helps build a special metal rig designed to hang meats and cook over live fire and hot coals. The eatery roasts racks of ribs, whole chickens and even whole pumpkins, which are smashed open and topped with goat cheese, arugula and olive oil.
Then over in Santa Fe, Roger visits a food truck that is putting a mouthwatering twist on central Texas-style barbecue. At Smokin D's BBQ Fusion, Roger starts by loading up the smoker with brisket, the main ingredient in their famous "Brisket Mac Dilla," a mind-blowing mac and cheese-filled quesadilla. He learns how to make the "Smoke Dog," a beef jalapeno sausage wrapped in bacon and topped with pico de gallo, avocado, pineapple and habanero mayo.
Get your grill on this summer with the hottest recipes from the show and the coolest cooking tips from Roger, along with behind-the-scenes moments and more, at CookingChanneltv.com/ManFireFood. Show off those grilling skills by using #ManFireFood.

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