Last night the Food Network's "Food Nation with Bobby Flay" happened to visit Los Angeles. Yet another travelling food show seems to get it completely wrong. OK, I'll give him the obligatory pilgrimages to Pink's and Tommy's, even though there's better dogs and burgers to be found elsewhere. And I suppose a visit to Wolfgang Puck is de rigueur as well, although...yawn. But when Bobby attempts to visit Farmer's Market, he gets it all wrong. First he waxes on about the beauty of the produce, which unfortunately is no longer what FM is all about. Then he meets up with some ex-New Yorkers, who tell him barbecue in L.A. isn't that great. Then he manages to completely bypass Loteria, Banana Leaf, the crepe place, and anything else with a shred of flavor and uniqueness, only to end up with ...a bagel and lox? Where do you even get that at Farmer's Market? The ex-New York actress/model then tells him that bagels aren't that great outside of New York...duh. Oh, well, obviously the smarmy Bobby Flay doesn't deserve a Bob's Donuts apple fritter anyway. From Tony Bourdain's Kafkaesque Oki-dog visit to Rachael Ray's questionable choice of the Authentic Cafe, I just want to know, do the producers of these shows ever talk to anyone who actually lives in L.A.?