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'I'll Have What Phil's Having': A fun respite...

gutreactions | Mar 30, 202005:25 AM     1

Just as I have been enjoying the Julia Child Celebration airing on PBS, I caught a series I had not seen before. It's called: 'I'll Have What Phil's Having', and it was streaming episodes on Create TV. The premise is actor, comedy writer, director Philip Rosenthal traveling from his backyard and around the world in search of the best food experiences. It is a true respite from all the news around us right now. It is done very well, and has its funny moments, too. Great food encounters mix well with Rosenthal's ingratiating personality.

Philip Rosenthal was the creator of 'Everybody Loves Raymond', among his many credits.

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Check out this new show from Phil Rosenthal, creator of "Everybody Loves Raymond"! Premieres Monday, September 28 at 10/9C on PBS (NYC at 8; check local...

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