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Action Bronson's Fuck, That's Delicious: A Cooking Show for People Who Love The Word Fuck (Video)

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Don't get me wrong. I love the word fuck. And if you do too, then you'll want to watch Vice's Fuck, That's Delicious.

The monthly series stars Queens-born chef-turned rapper Action Bronson, who plays host to what can only be described as "dude peppering his food and language." Literally.

Example? When Bronson chows down at Brooklyn's own Roberta's Italian Restaurant for a pizza and a bowl of pasta, the rapper sprinkles liberal amounts of red pepper flakes on the meal, saying, "Chefs hate when you fuck with their food. I don't give a fuck."

Frankly, I'm not quite sure why Bronson, who attended the Art Institute of New York's culinary program and embarked on a career as a chef before making it in music, would allow himself to be viewed as disrespecting food and chefs. But, ya know...

Bronson, who shares that he's just come off a world tour with Eminem, alludes to future episodes taking us on culinary adventures to South Africa, Australia, Hawaii, and New Zealand, while video B-roll teases us with sightings of the star cannonballing off a yacht and eating barbecue.

We'll just have to see how this plays out. In the meantine, here's episode one:

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