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Vanilla Ice Devours Key Lime Pie on Man v. Food Nation Tonight

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It's already apparent that Vanilla Ice is a bit of a pro at getting on TV. Even if you didn't catch his recent arc on Dancing on Ice over in the U.K., we've made it quite apparent that The Vanilla Ice Project is excellent viewing for anyone trying to be a real estate maven like the Iceman.

Another key to the Robert Van Winkle way of life is courtesy of the Florida Keys. For tonight's episode of Man v. Food Nation, the rapper and show host Adam Richman converge on Key West to dig into some Key lime pie.

In the promo clip below, Vanilla jibes Richman to unbundle himself for the Florida weather, and then later they launch into the obligatory "Ice Ice Baby" reference we've all been waiting for.

"The best of the best is the Key lime pie in Key West," says Van Winkle.

Richman then adds, "and I think Rob would agree that anything less than the best..." Well, you'll just have to watch.



The episode premieres Wednesday, July 6, at 9 p.m. ET on the Travel Channel.


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