Man, Fire, Food

Man, Fire, Food

  • 2012
  • 10 Seasons
  • 6.2  (92)

"Man, Fire, Food" is a travel and cooking program, hosted by the Trinidadian musician and chef, Roger Mooking. The dishes and recipes featured on "Man, Fire, Food" all revolve around being prepared by large, open flames, much like the sort of fire one needs when grilling vegetables or barbecuing meat. Additionally, the show also draws attention to the pursuit of customized grilling devices, such as "The Big Red Rig" barbeque pit-truck combo of South Carolina.

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Seasons
Red-Hot Roasts
6. Red-Hot Roasts
July 1, 2020
Roger Mooking visits two caterers in the South specializing in live-fire cookouts. In Chattanooga, he helps an Argentine grillmaster char steak empanadas and slow-cook beef short ribs.
BBQ for Breakfast
5. BBQ for Breakfast
June 24, 2020
Roger visits two Texas pitmasters adding barbecue to pancakes and tacos.
Hawaiian Heat and Texas Meat
4. Hawaiian Heat and Texas Meat
June 17, 2020
Roger Mooking heads to the Aloha State, where Chef Lee Anne Wong fires up a custom-made stainless steel unit with local kiawe wood and prepares a tropical feast of beer-can chicken, slow-roasted fruits and vegetables and fresh mahi-mahi fillets wrapped in banana leaves. In Bellaire, Texas, Roger steps into the smoke at Blood Bros. BBQ, where brothers Robin and Terry Wong and their childhood friend Quy Hoang cook up classic Texas 'cue mixed with global flavors. Roger and Quy season and smoke brisket flaps and then cube, sauce and slow-cook the meat for addictive Brisket Burnt Ends. They stuff the delectable nuggets inside soft bao buns with strips of cucumber, scallions and pickled jicama. Smoked St. Louis-style pork ribs are slathered with a sweet-and-spicy Thai peanut butter glaze and finished with a sprinkling of hot chilies.
Taste of Texas
3. Taste of Texas
June 3, 2020
Roger Mooking visits two food trucks in Texas serving up ethnic eats. He meets up with a pitmaster known for combining authentic Texas-style barbecue with Mexican dishes.
Florida Heat
2. Florida Heat
May 27, 2020
Roger loads a Peruvian-style pit and hits a Fort Lauderdale barbecue joint.
Southern Sizzle and Smoke
1. Southern Sizzle and Smoke
May 20, 2020
Roger cooks with veterans in GA and helps smoke 250 pounds of pork in AL.
Description

"Man, Fire, Food" is a travel and cooking program, hosted by the Trinidadian musician and chef, Roger Mooking. The dishes and recipes featured on "Man, Fire, Food" all revolve around being prepared by large, open flames, much like the sort of fire one needs when grilling vegetables or barbecuing meat. Additionally, the show also draws attention to the pursuit of customized grilling devices, such as "The Big Red Rig" barbeque pit-truck combo of South Carolina.Man, Fire, Food is a series that is currently running and has 10 seasons (122 episodes). The series first aired on September 18, 2012.

Where to Watch Man, Fire, Food

Man, Fire, Food is available for streaming on the Cooking Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Man, Fire, Food on demand at Philo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Sling, Google Play, Apple TV and Destination America.

  • Premiere Date
    September 18, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    6.2  (92)