Mets Fans Should Watch OMG Carl’s Food Show

Lost in the Mets terrific start to the season has been the fact the Mets family has been hit by some tragedy.  There was the death of Rusty Staub, and the first Mets player inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame, Bud Harrelson, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

This leaves many of us wondering what we could do to help not just Bud, but also the many who are affected by Alzheimer’s. Even if you don’t have the means to make a contribution, there is something you can do – Subscribe to and watch Carl Ruiz’s YouTube channel entitled OMG Carl’s Food Show.

Personally, I have come to know Carl not just from having gone to Marie’s (before it was made famous), but also because of his radio work with Opie and because of his dominance on Guy’s Grocery Games (GGG).

Like many, myself included, Carl’s family has been affected by Alzheimer’s.  Sadly, he would lose his father to the disease.  If you watch GGG or follow him on Twitter, you know he has decided to take action by raising money for the Alzheimer’s Association.  To help him in this endeavor, all you have to do is watch one of his reviews of famous chain restaurants.

So far, he has reviewed Arby’s, Chick-fil-A, Cracker Barrel breakfast, Five Guys, McDonalds, Olive Garden, Outback, Subway, Taco Bell naked taco, Waffle House, and Wendy’s.

While you may not always agree with what he says, like McDonald’s French Fries falling just below the mark of being dubbed “Beyond Reproach,” he was spot on with his analysis of Chick-fil-A waffle fries. Honestly, his review of that renewed my faith in the human race after The Ringer‘s embarrassing venture into this field.

Overall, if you want to be entertained by a great chef giving an honest and interesting review of fast food, you should check out the videos.  If not, do it to help those suffering from Alzheimers.


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