‘I Hart Food’ Ends in Missoula, Montana
In the last episode of I Hart Food, host and YouTuber, Hannah Hart travels to very meat-forward Missoula, Montana. The majority of the ingredients are locally made, especially different types of meat because Montana is apparently cattle country. Because it is considered cattle country, Hannah visits a bison farm where we learn that buffalo actually refers to the water buffalos in Africa and is definitely not a bison.
She starts the episode by “meating” up her friend, fellow YouTuber, Hank Green. They explore the meaty and hearty food of Missoula, Montana by starting at Hank’s favorite burger place, the Missoula Club. He describes the food of the small town as hearty and meaty which is a very valid point. Every single place that Hannah visits in this episode showcased some type of meat, whether it was a beef, lamb, and even rabbit. Because of all of the talk of meat, Hart teaches us the importance and meaning of the marbling in meat which is the fat that runs through the cut of meat simply put.
But as popular and great beef is in Missoula, it’s also apparently seen as more of a dinner food because of the heaviness of it so people go to Burns St. Bistro where they transform traditional meals into a lighter one. Here she has two different but very light meals with lamb and rabbit.
Although it is the last episode of the series, host Hannah Hart still continues to make even more puns, and maybe it is just me, but I think she made the most puns in this episode. Another constant theme of the show is the fact that it always made me hungry, and I watch a lot of Food Network shows. I hope that the network renews the series to see her come to more cities to make me even more hungry as well as hoping that she comes to my city so that I can actually go to those restaurants and discover and eat delicious food.
Samantha Nguyen covers entertainment news for MFST. You can follow her on Twitter @thelegendarykc