Raymond Ray's culinary abilities are on par with that of an eight year old left at home alone to make his own after school snacks.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
Daily Fiber Films' popular web series, The Bare Nekked Chef, recently ventured out of the kitchen studio and into the heart of the bustling New York Big Apple BBQ for a special summertime episode featuring special guest stars and Big Apple BBQ pit masters Carey Bringle and Martin's BBQ Joint.
"Raymond Ray" host of Daily Fiber Films' original series THE BARE NEKKED CHEF is a fun, down home southern party host who eats and "cooks" like a man who refuses to grow up. Past episodes featuring awful recipes such as the Bologna Bowl, Hand Spaghetti, and the Morning Muggie,, have attracted a loyal, growing fan base passionate about Raymond Ray's suspect creations. Raymond Ray's culinary abilities are on par with that of an eight-year-old left at home alone to make his own after school snacks. The ridiculous concoctions and his cleavage filled, trashy-funny friends combine to make the comedy addictive, even if the food is not.
"This character and his recipes are completely taken from myself and friends making horrible food growing up when our parents weren't around", says creator Raymond McAnally, who has southern roots of his own. "When two of my oldest and dearest friends, Bo Collier and Ward Boone (seen in the video) were invited to cook with Martin's BBQ Joint for the Big Apple BBQ Block Party, I knew we had to make an episode. Moving the show temporarily on location and featuring guys who are famous in the BBQ community puts a whole new twist on the webisode's format - and for the fans, it places the Bare Nekked Chef into a wholly new and different situation. "
The episode shows the host using the BBQ festival as an opportunity to demonstrate his recipe for "Boneless BBQ Baby Food," a grotesque concoction that he joyously cooks up for a recently impregnated sidekick. "My friend Louis Wells, a new daddy of twins,thought up the recipe and some incredibly fun and talented friends signed on to make the shoot possible," said McAnally, "We had a blast shooting this and I think it comes across in the video."
McAnally also pointed out that while Martin's and the festival were the backdrop, Martin's pork BBQ is unrivaled in the real world and was not used in the comedy recipe or meant to be associated with the baby food. He says, "I eat at Martin's every time I go home to Nashville because they know great BBQ, but what the Bare Nekked Chef made today... well, that's just" not right.