Guy Fieri Eats King Crab Pappardelle | Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives | Food Network

In Juneau, Alaska, In Bocca Al Lupo is serving up a unique pasta dish featuring handmade pappardelle and chunks of juicy Alaskan king crab topped with zesty lemon creme fraiche!
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29 Replies to “Guy Fieri Eats King Crab Pappardelle | Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives | Food Network”

  1. I live in a small town in Texas south of Houston and there is a little French restaurant I drive by all the time but have never gone in. I looked it up randomly the other day and come to find out this small place has a 2 star Michelin chef cooking Texan food with a french twist. We have plans to go try it out next week.

  2. my partner and I eat here every chance we get. it's easily the best food in Juneau. of any type. the pizza especially is to die for, but the spaghetti is also a favorite. basically the whole menu is full of love and care and it's all SO good

  3. "In Bocca Al Lupo" actually means "Good Luck" btw at face value casually. "Nella bocca del lupo" or "Nella bocca dei lupi" is closer. The mouth's that feed from the wolf or interpreted as Into the mouth of a wolf. It isn't a great translation. "La bocca del lupo" is so much more straight forward. The mouth of a wolf. Maybe that is my party of my country. To me I see Good Luck or have fun (sarcastically). Although "In Bocca Al Lupo" means Into the mouth of a wolf, it isn't preferred. It is more of an insult for someone about to do a dumb thing. Like "go for it but there are repercussions".

  4. I don't care how good of a chef he is…..I would never hire one covered in tattoos.

  5. The chef gives two shits about guy. He’s like, whatever just give me the exposure you poser.

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  7. I always ALWAYS ask if my waiter or waitress is vaccinated. THAT will decide if they get a tip or not. If they ARE VACCINATED… NO TIP. If they are NOT VACCINATED… I give them at least 5%

  8. I live up here and I’ve never heard of this place! On the list it goes????

  9. Man that a spot on dish, to bad I'm allergic to crab! But I will try it with shrimp!

  10. A chef this talented HAS to have committed some major faux-pax to be in Alaska!

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