Thursday, May 24, 2012


The Nation's Premiere Food, Wine, Travel 
& Entertainment Show!


HOT DOG TO THE STARS!  It's our 72nd year in Los Angeles, at the same location.  A family-owned hot dog stand since 1939. Yes, we've been in business at the same location since 1939 and now that we're on the Internet, too, we invite you to browse our site, learn about our great hot dog stand, and then come on down for lunch, dinner, or a late night snack. Pink's Hot Dogs are now available at other locations: Cedar Point Amusement Park (Sandusky, Ohio), Harrah's Rincon Hotel & Casino (near San Diego), Hollywood Park Casino, Knott's Berry Farm, LAX Bradley International Terminal, Planet Hollywood Hotel (Las Vegas), Universal City Walk, the Greek Theater (summer season), L.A. County Fair (September), San Diego County Fair (June), Ventura County Fair, Orange County Fair (August), and Southern California Fair, Perris (October).


Acclaimed cookbook author, host and larger-than-life personality, Chef Gerry Garvin, aka ‘G.’, takes viewers on a culinary expedition to taste the most delicious Southern-inspired cuisine the country has to offer in Roadtrip with G. Garvin, premiering Tuesday, May 29th at 9pm ET/6pm PT.  Traveling to Atlanta, North Carolina and South Carolina, New York, Houston and more, G. Visits a different city each episode to discover the hidden gems and the people behind the magic. From traditional ethnic food and urban farms to barbecue pit masters Extraordinaire, G. Garvin leaves no stones unturned in his quest to find the hottest, most delicious spots in the country.  In the season premiere, G. Travels to Charleston, S.C., a city with a passion for quality and tradition.  G.’s first stop is The Glass Onion, a restaurant that believes in the importance of eating naturally and locally, as G. Creates a fresh and sophisticated pork belly sandwich beloved by locals.  After trying all the fixings, G. Hits the road for his next destination, Cakes by Kasarda, who specialize in fine and unique cakes.  G. Receives a lesson from the owner as he prepares from scratch a groomsmen cake shaped like a beer bucket and topped with sugared “ice”.  G.’s last stop takes him to meet the owner of Barrier Island Eco Tours, as he explores Charleston’s undeveloped barrier islands and back creek salt marshes, all before enjoying a traditional Charleston feast before the sunset.

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