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[via press release from Netflix]
"I don't know anyone who wouldn't love this, except my parents"
- Phil Rosenthal
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Recent James Beard award winner Phil Rosenthal's new food and travel series is coming to Netflix
The creator of the critically acclaimed series Everybody Loves Raymond serves as a joyful guide and ambassador to every corner of the world. "The most mind expanding thing we can do in life is travel and I'm going to get you to travel by showing you where to eat". In Phil's world, joy comes in many forms. From a bowl of noodles to an encounter with a Buddhist monk in Thailand, to a family meal in a riverside hut in Saigon, to an Arab-Israeli co-run bakery in the ancient port city of Jaffa that puts bread before politics, Phil brings a zeal for life and empathy for people that can't help but make you smile. "Food is the great connector. And laughs are the cement"
About the series:
Season One of the food and travel series takes Phil to Saigon, Lisbon, Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City, and New Orleans. On his journeys, Phil gets a seat at the table of some of the most lauded restaurants in the world, as well as some of the most intimate family settings and roadside stands. Phil shares it all with video calls home to his parents who are hilarious voyeurs on every trip.
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