Feed Me TV Bought to you by: WATCH Feed Me TV: The mad scientist of burgers Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email From the outside, BBD's doesn't look like much, a generic storefront in a Rocky Point strip mall. But walk inside and it's a shrine to heavy metal, beef and craft beer. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why. Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 13:56 Feed Me TV S1 E1 The journey from sea to table: Feed Me TV Ep. 1 As the sun rises, we follow the local catch back to shore, where it is delivered to Southold Fish Market and later served at Shelter Island restaurant 18 Bay. 14:24 Feed Me TV S1 E2 The Gatorade of the Hamptons: Feed Me TV Is rosé the Gatorade of the Hamptons? Wölffer Estate Vineyard and Channing Daughters Winery have a hard time keeping the easy-drinking quaff in stock during the dog days of summer. 13:04 Feed Me TV S1 E3 The village that doesn’t sleep: Feed Me TV Babylon was once a sleepy little village where burgers and red sauce ruled the dining scene. Today, it's a South Shore restaurant hub. 10:53 Feed Me TV S1 E4 Out of the ring and into the kitchen: Feed Me TV At Babalu in Huntington, a former pro boxer puts his own modern twists on dishes from his Cuban family's culinary repertoire. 12:23 Feed Me TV S1 E5 Major league eats at Citi Field: Feed Me TV The city's sportiest dining destination? Citi Field, which not only hosts the New York Mets but some of New York's most famous chefs. 15:02 Feed Me TV S1 E6 The mad scientist of burgers: Feed Me TV Ep. 6 From the outside, BBD's doesn't look like much, a generic storefront in a Rocky Point strip mall. But walk inside and it's a shrine to heavy metal, beef and craft beer. 16:59 Feed Me TV S2 E1 Law and Order: SBU (Special Baking Unit): Feed Me TV Ep. 1 Robert Biancavilla prosecutes some of the worst criminals in Suffolk County. On weekends, he bakes some of the best bread on Long Island. 16:38 Feed Me TV S2 E2 If you can eat it here, you can eat it anywhere: Feed Me TV Ep. 2 Penn Station and the neighborhood around it has never been considered a prime dining spot, but take a moment to look up and you’ll find more than chain restaurants, slice joints and hot dog carts. 15:13 Feed Me TV S2 E3 Rebel with a tandoor oven: Feed Me TV Ep. 3 At Clay Oven, Lubna Habibi goes against her parents’ wishes, trading an engineering degree to follow her passion for cooking that challenges the conventions of Indian food as we know it. 17:20 Feed Me TV S2 E4 From Italy, with love: Feed Me TV Ep. 4 A Far Rockaway woman falls in love with a pizzaiolo from Italy, who brings with ... 14:50 Feed Me TV S2 E5 Three men and a brewery: Feed Me TV Ep. 5 The three partners behind Lithology Brewing Co. in Farmingdale are committed to more balanced beers ... 20:21 Feed Me TV S2 E6 Invasive species on Long Island: Feed Me TV Ep. 6 Taylor Knapp is cultivating snails on the North Fork and chefs across the country are ... 14:24 Feed Me TV S3 E1 From Pupusa to Porterhouse: Feed Me TV Eddie Villatoro grew up watching his father's immigrant dreams come true inside their family's pupusa shop in Glen Cove. Using that childhood inspiration, this executive chef has achieved his own dreams inside the kitchen at one of Long Island's finest steakhouses, all while passing down the same yearning of a bright culinary career to the next generation in the Villatoro family. 15:08 Feed Me TV S3 E2 Brooklyn Bites: Feed Me TV There was a time when Atlantic Terminal was just a transit hub to travel somewhere cooler. But now that Barclays Center is next door, the dining scene is alive and vibrant, making this a destination spot all on its own. 16:31 Feed Me TV S3 E3 Mangia with Lidia: Feed Me TV Everyone's favorite Italian grandmother invites us on a trip down memory lane, experiencing her story through the foods of her childhood, one shop at a time throughout Queens. 13:58 Feed Me TV S3 E4 The House that Foie Gras Built: Feed Me TV When you see foie gras on a menu in the United States, it is most likely because of Michael Ginor. Many Long Islanders know him as the founder of Lola in Great Neck, but are unaware of his other life as the largest foie gras operator in the country. 11:44 Feed Me TV S3 E5 First came the beer … behind LI hamlet’s restaurant boom In the past two years, Oyster Bay has morphed from a sleepy North Shore hamlet into one of LI's hottest places to dine. 16:30 Feed Me TV S3 E6 The Craft of Cocktails: Feed Me TV Long Island nightlife has recently evolved. Innovative bartenders are persuading hesitant diners across the island to try their imaginative craft cocktails, converting more and more fans to the movement. 14:44 Feed Me TV S4 E1 When Ashanti's on LI, here are her favorite places to eat When the singer is in town, she has a list of people and places she wants to visit. Follow along for a day full of food and reminiscing with Glen Cove’s Grammy award-winning superstar. 14:17 Feed Me TV S4 E2 When ALS struck a top chef, millennial became ‘his hands’ Long Island native Stephan Bogardus is determined to follow in the footsteps of his mentor, a Long Island legend, while carving his own path as executive chef of North Fork Table and Inn in Southold. 16:39 Feed Me TV S4 E3 Stars join us as we hit the best dining near Broadway Heading to a Broadway show doesn’t mean you have to suffer through a bad dining experience. Discover places to visit in the Theater District before and after a show. 14:46 Feed Me TV S4 E4 LI couple left Wall Street to take over this ice cream shop As a child, Stu Feldschuh dreamed of owning an ice cream parlor in his basement. He got something better – Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe in Riverhead. Now he brings back that little bit of childhood joy, one lick at a time. 9:56 Feed Me TV S4 E5 Food craze jumps from NYC street carts to LI strip malls Halal cart food traces its roots to Manhattan. Now Long Island is joining the national craze for meat over rice. 13:17 Feed Me TV S4 E6 How Long Beach became a dining hot spot after Sandy In 2012, superstorm Sandy devastated the West End of Long Beach. Rising up from the debris, a group of chefs band together to revolutionize the dining scene.