Queens Chef and Rapper Action Bronson Debuts New Food Show

By Katie Honan on May 7, 2014 1:16pm 

 Action Bronson visits New Zealand, Australia and Eddie's Sweet Shop in Forest Hills. 
Action Bronson visits New Zealand, Australia and Eddie's Sweet Shop in Forest Hills. 
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FLUSHING — A Queens chef-turned-rapper goes on culinary adventures around the world, as well as closer to home, on his new show.

"F---, That's Delicious" stars Action Bronson and premiered Tuesday on MUNCHIES, a web-only channel from Vice focused on food from around the globe.

The Flushing-raised rapper shows off his time on his global tour with Eminem, where he dove off yachts in New Zealand and cooked sausages in South Africa.

But his favorite spots are closer to home.

Bronson dines at Roberta's in Bushwick, which sources say will open a pop-up location in Rockaway Beach this summer.

And he ends up at Eddie's Sweet Shop in Forest Hills, which he first visited in junior high school and goes to "to feel like a child again."

"Bottom line is you could be anywhere in this f---ing earth, but I'm here — Metropolitan, Queens, New York, Forest Hills, Eddie's Sweet Shop," he said.

After taking a sip of a black-and-white malted milkshake, he uses his signature phrase: "F---, that's delicious."

He said those words help describe a feeling when you eat something that's too good to describe.

"You just have to curse and be vulgar and violent about what's happening," he said.

New episodes will premiere monthly.
 

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