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Primal cuts: Chefs put a modern spin on an ancient way of cooking

Chef Roger Mooking as seen in "Man Fire Food"

Chef Roger Mooking as seen in "Man Fire Food"
It isn't rocket science -- fire cooks food. Oh sure, there are countless ways to heat up your meal: food can be boiled, it can be plunged into the deep fryer, it can be gently heated in a sous-vide cooker or it can be tossed into a microwave oven. The first way of cooking, though, was with flames, and we're still doing it today, with good reason: it just makes for an incomparable meal. Chef Roger Mooking continues his quest to explore all of the creative and inventive ways that people are still cooking with fire when "Man Fire Food" returns for a new season on Wednesday, May 22, on Cooking Channel. Each episode finds the charismatic host hitting up a new location, where he hangs out with fello...