House of Boug

House of Boug’

To understand what the House of Boug brings to you and our viewers, you must understand what we derived “Boug” from (And you may know already!).  “Boug” is derived from the word “Bougie”, Bougie is defined as adj. Anything that is perceived as “upscale” from a blue-collar point of view. ‘Bougie’ (pronounced boo’-she) is a hacked truncation of the word Bourgeoisie, which refers to the middle-class in Europe, but refers to a more affluent class level in the United States. 

Premiere Featurette: House of Bouge from Jack Carmen on Vimeo.

“House of Boug”  is a 10 part series were Ms. Araujo is bamboozled by her co-host when he takes her to different “eclectic” and “unique” restaurants under the guise of them being up-scale eateries.  Each episode will take place at a different eatery where they serve the local fare.  Some of these dishes being something most of the public has never seen before,  offering a exciting and unique flavor! 


Yvette Araujo


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