Being Frank: Brazil
The Franks hit Brazil with world-famous chef Alex Atala for a whirlwind tour of the country's amazing eateries, open-air markets, fresh scallops, swimming, beaches, and—of course—pisco.
The MUNCHIES 2014 Holiday Gift Guide: Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli
Behold: the five things that the Franks want to see under their tree.
Being Frank: Peru, Part 1
In the first half of Being Frank's Peru adventure, The Franks introduce viewers to Virgilio Martinez and Gastón Acurio, two of Latin America's best chefs.
Being Frank: Peru, Part 2
In the second half of their Peruvian tasting tour, Franks Castronovo and Falcinelli swig a natural aphrodisiac ("Panty Dropper") en route to the jungle-side city of Iquitos.
Being Frank: Copenhagen
The Franks head to Copenhagen for the MAD Symposium, an annual gathering of minds across the world of food, created by world-renowned chef René Redzepi. Follow them as they present to, mingle with, and cook for the world's culinary intelligentsia.
Being Frank: Mexico City
The Franks head down to Mexico City to hang with chef Enrique Olvera at his well-known restaurant, Pujol, and take over the kitchen for two nights. Naturally, that means a ton of tomato sauce, pecorino cheese, eggplant, and The Grateful Dead.
Being Frank: Sicily
Being Frank means visiting Sicily every October to taste the "olio nuovo" ("new oil" in English), an early harvest unfiltered extra virgin olive oil.
Being Frank: Episode 2, Sicily (Trailer)
Get a sneak peek of the Franks taking on Sicily in this trailer for episode 2, in which they turn their mouths black from squid ink pasta, drink olive oil out of a cup, and visit a jarring business.
Being Frank: New York City
The premiere episode of Being Frank is like nothing you have seen before: There's Mexican food, cemeteries, Italian delis, and—of course—two dudes named Frank who've been friends since childhood.
Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli Take On the World in 'Being Frank'
In a new Munchies show, chefs Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli travel the world, eating at all the best restaurants, hobnobbing with billionaires, running an olive oil company and, of course, cooking.