Spice Taste Test | Inside Eats with Rhett & Link | Food Network

& Link put their palate to the test to see if they can think these popular … while blindfolded!
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Lifelong pals Rhett and Link have actually generated billions of views tasting, rating and ranking preferred foods on their extremely popular day-to-day web program. Now these expert eaters are going behind closed doors into the secret test kitchens, research study and development centers and storefronts of some of America's biggest food makers, meeting individuals who produce whatever Americans love to consume.

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  1. Someone tell food network to get rid of the constant background track. Watch an episode of GMM guys lol

  2. Just like watching a Good Mythical Morning episode without Stevie and usless background music

  3. 🤣 once upon a time, Link dipped his finger into thyme and called it rosemary!

  4. I know thier tongues 👅 hurted Later 😆 🤣 & this is why we rather they do these things n not us lol

  5. R&L on Saturday??? Ok….I will take it! Also……NO “music“ needed! Too distracting

  6. The difference between a good cook and a great cook. Spices/seasoning. Gotta use them.

  7. Allspice is the dried, unripened berry of the myrtle pepper tree, or pimento, which is native to Jamaica and much of Central America. The berries are briefly fermented, then sun-dried until brown. Often mistaken for a blend of spices, allspice is a single-ingredient seasoning with loads of unique flavor. Its name is derived from the flavor profile — a mixture of nutmeg, black pepper, cinnamon and clove. Not all spices, but many of the most impactful.

    1. Allspice is crucial to jerk. These guys should make some jerk chicken so they understand that spice.

    2. @Kristin B Yep yep and British, Polish and S. American foods. Pickling foods and the ever famous Cincinnati Chili that everyone thinks is Cinnamon.

    3. somebody should’ve told them that after the first time Allspice was guessed

  8. Didn’t think I’d ever not like a Rhett & Link video but everything about this that was different from their usual show made it worse – not having the crew, having an annoying music…

  9. Link & nutmeg sprinkle on top of your scrambled eggs. That’s papaw’s secret ingredient. My kids wouldn’t eat eggs unless they had the special ingredient ❤✌ really yummy

  10. My new exclamation is now..”Lurleen!”. Love you guys so much.❤️❤️

  11. Link was robbed on the crushed red peppers. Some brands actually call it “chili flakes” bc that’s kinda what it is. They’re synonymous. Also, allspice is NOT “all purpose seasoning”. Allspice is actually it’s own thing; it’s a berry type spice, kinda like black peppercorns are.
    You can tell who cooks a lot!! Foodies UNITE! 😃😂🥰

  12. The show was SO good. Just watched it Sunday at 10:30. Bit late but worth saying up.

  13. I want to say “Thank you” to Link, for mentioning my mother’s name. {He said Rose Mary for one of his responses.} Rhett mentioned how much he loves Rose Mary, I feel bad when I say I can’t stand it, because it makes me sound like I didn’t love my mother. Which is not true…I LOVED HER!

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