Tuesday, October 07, 2008

TEENAGE GLUTSTER (Javier Cabral) ON BIZARRE FOODS IN ONE WEEK!!!

In exactly seven days:






Eating homemade Menudo made with blue corn, cow heart, hooves and 3 different types of tripe at my house, and him inviting me to come along with them for the rest of the day...that is all I will reveal, check it out yourself to see what else we got ourselves into:

Travel Channel

"Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern: Los Angeles"

Tuesday, Oct. 14

10:00PM ET (60 minutes)

The day finally came man, it finally came...

19 comments:

Food GPS said...

Congratulations. Way to represent for L.A. food bloggers. Really looking forward to the episode.

Foodeater said...

Awesome! Even though it's probably going to make me want to puke, I'm going to watch the whole way through :) Going to schedule the DVR right now...

burumun said...

That's awesome!!! Congrats, must have been quite a week! :D
Man I want a chance like that too ..

I may turn my head away a couple times, but I'll watch!

H. C. said...

Can't wait to see -- or not see but hear, as the case may be... ;)

Also waiting to hear about your spinoff series too!

Aaron said...

Javier man, I don't have cable. Do you think it'll be available anywhere online?

Exile Kiss said...

Hi Javier,

Oh wow! Congrats! (^_^) I can't wait to see you on. If you can DVR / TIVO this, throw it up on Youtube or stream it on your site as well. :)

Anonymous said...

I'm watching it right now and decided to look up your blog. And I agree with food gps...Thanks for representing LA at its best!

Anonymous said...

hey javier,

great segment! who has the best menudo in la (comparable to yours) and where can i get the chapulitas (grasshoppers)?

foodeye said...

Great Segment! Where can I get menudo comparable to what you make and where can I get the chapulitas (fried grasshoppers?)

Anonymous said...

I'm watching the show right now. Wonderful!

J said...

Great episode on real LA food! Caught the rerun on Food Channel. Keep up the good work! The menudo looked really awesome.

FRANKIE said...

Was just watching you on The Food Network! Bizarre Foods With Andrew, way to show the REAL way we eat that Menudo! Good Job Javier!!

Anonymous said...

Javier! Great episode, I dvr'd it ages ago, finally got a chance to watch it! While your segment was on, it reminded me of the many gatherings my family has had at my mom's house in Santa Ana...this Saturday we're hosting a baby shower, y vamos a tener pozole verde y frijoles con chorizo....food of the gods, I tell ya!

bonvivantanon said...

got to see the bizarre foods episode, and i was salivating. the menudo looked amazing!! happy new year!!

V/r
viv

Benjamin Gustafsson said...

Hey Javier! Just stopping by to see how you're doing. Are you still blogging? Hope all is well.

Clementina said...

Saw the episode today, and I just want to say ORALE! to you and your familia.
The food looked fantastic--how anyone can think that the food is gross is beyond me.
BTW--my parents are from Zacatecas, too.
Saludos!

Anonymous said...

Dude if you eat such nice food all the time why don't you try painting the outside of your house. It really looks lik you are in the Mexican ghetto. Another sad yet accepted fact of America

Anonymous said...

The best place for Menudo is a resteraunt called Camino Real Resteraunt in La Puente Califorina. It is made fresh every weekend. It is a tiny mom and pop thats been around for 30 years the owners are also from Zacatecas like Javier and his family. REALLY GOOD MENUDO!!!!!

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