BAM! Emeril Legasse To Film Tasting At Yellow Dog Cafe

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WILL visit Yellow Dog Cafe Thursday at 10 a.m.

ABOVE VIDEO: BAM! When Emeril first began at Food Network, he would tape seven shows a day, from seven in the morning until two in the afternoon. He would frequently pepper his dialogue with “BAMS!” to keep his crew in the studio awake, focused, and on their toes. The phrase soon proved a hit with viewers, and a catchphrase was born.”Kick it up a notch,” “Aw, yeah, babe” and “Feel the love,” are usually said before or after adding something spicy to a dish, or after the reaction to adding something.

BREVARD COUNTY • MALABAR, FLORIDA – Emeril Legasse, one of America’s most popular chefs, will visit Malabar’s Yellow Dog Cafe Thursday at 10 a.m. for a tasting at the Indian Riverfront restaurant.

Emeril’s visit is part of The Food Network series which visits unique eating places with a flair.

Stuart Borton

Stuart Borton

“This is a great honor for us to be chosen by Emeril,” said Stuart Borton, owner of the Yellow Dog Cafe. “Emeril called me about a month ago and asked if we wanted to be included in the series. Of course we were thrilled and said yes.”

Emeril will taste many of the famous Yellow Dog specialties including “Old Blue,” which is a Blue Cheese and Blueberry salad with toasted pecans and traditional escargots, served with a dog-bone shaped puff pastry.

“Emeril is a real hero to chefs as he has elevated our profession to new levels.” said Borton. “At $150 million a year in revenue, he really has it going on.”

Lagasse is known for his light and jovial hosting style as well as several catchphrases, including "Bam!" Emeril's signature catchphrase began simply as a means of keeping his studio crew awake. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

BAM! Emeril Lagasse is known for his light and jovial hosting style as well as several catchphrases, including “Bam!” Emeril’s signature catchphrase began simply as a means of keeping his studio crew awake. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

Lagasse is known for his light and jovial hosting style as well as several catchphrases, including “Bam!” Emeril’s signature catchphrase began simply as a means of keeping his studio crew awake.

When Emeril first began at Food Network, he would tape seven shows a day, from seven in the morning until two in the afternoon.

He would frequently pepper his dialogue with “BAMS!” to keep his crew in the studio awake, focused, and on their toes. The phrase soon proved a hit with viewers, and a catchphrase was born. “Kick it up a notch,” “Aw, yeah, babe” and “Feel the love,” are usually said before or after adding something spicy to a dish, or after the reaction to adding something.

When frying or making dishes like sausage, Lagasse advocated using genuine lard, boasting, “Pork fat rules!” This style developed fully and Lagasse became more comfortable when a live studio audience was added in the change from Essence of Emeril to Emeril Live.

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The Yellow Dog Cafe is open for lunch Tuesday through Sunday from 11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. and for dinner, Sunday and Tuesday-Thursday 5 to 9 p.m., and Friday and Saturday 5 to 10 p.m.


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