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melly Oct 13, 2007 10:40 AM

We saw the promo and thought, "dudes..put that greasy hair under a hat..pull it back..put hair nets on...do something with that hair!"

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    mdscott Oct 21, 2007 04:48 AM

    They did come within a whisker of beating Cat Cora on ICA (3/12/06)

    Michael

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      alkapal Oct 21, 2007 12:36 PM

      mdscott, don't you think, though, that Cat Cora is lame as a chef?

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      meginAB Oct 17, 2007 05:31 AM

      I really enjoyed the show. Food Network finally got something I might watch. I have worked in kitchens for over 16 years and they are the kind of guys you want to work with... fun, laid back AND professional, knowledgeable. You can tell they take the food seriously.
      Also hair pulled back and bandana when necessary. The hair/tats are part of their look outside the kitchen.
      Good luck to Two Dudes.

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        Bunson Oct 17, 2007 08:12 AM

        I saw this show last night and found it very watchable. It has that young and hip Ace Of Cakes vibe, except intead of cakes it's catering. Food Network definitely has me on the hook to watch next week as well.

        On a sidenote what do these guys charge!? That catering job in Malibu - it was 4 courses for 15 people, the food alone was $1,000...

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          alkapal Oct 17, 2007 10:34 AM

          well, mr. alka and i just ate at a reasonable and highly lauded steak place here in arlington, va, (dc 'burbs), and it was 110 dollars for steaks, bottle of french wine ($30 plus), and coffee (excluding tax). two sides included. so, i'm thinking, that is not so bad.

          p.s., i did not see the show, nor the menu of the"two dudes." was watching "frontline".

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        lesleyb Oct 16, 2007 04:00 PM

        here's a piece we just put up on the Food Dudes

        http://la.eater.com/archives/2007/10/...

        They're actually really nice guys, totally serious about food. They aren't greasy or dirty. They're just...dudes. Oh, and it looks like a lot of people hire them for catering. I was surprised at how busy they are.

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          alkapal Oct 16, 2007 04:11 PM

          lesleyb, they may not be greasy, but their hair is awful! you wouldn't mind them cooking over your food?

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            lesleyb Oct 16, 2007 04:35 PM

            Honestly, in person, they their hair isn't awful. Just long. The one said they're growing it out to donate to charity, so who knows. But they pull it back when they cook, and Vinny, who was in the kitchen cooking/prepping, had a bandana on, too. As opposed to all the Top Chef sweaters we saw this past season!

            I have a feeling that there are far worse people in some kitchens, long hair, short hair, etc., that we never see.

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              alkapal Oct 17, 2007 04:57 AM

              hope we go to places where management is on the ball!

        2. alkapal Oct 14, 2007 06:05 AM

          exactly! who wants THEIR food? drugged up rock stars must be the demographic.

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