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Of all the delicacies featured in Documentary Now!  —  from the pre-speared fish in “ Kunuk Uncovered ” to the fishbowl margaritas in “ Sandy Passage ” — no meal dazzled the culinary world quite like the one featured in this week’s brand new episode,  “Juan Likes Rice & Chicken.” But despite countless chicken-tenderizing air cannon tests and tree-beaten bags of rice, world-renowned chefs can’t seem to replicate the exceptional flavors of Juan’s signature dish — until now.

After teasing the menu item with a Juan-themed storefront , New York City’s chef-focused delivery service Maple now offers customers the closest approximation to the thrilling taste of Juan’s chicken and rice you can get without a plane ticket to Colombia.

Granted, Maple’s homage to Juan’s signature dish may be a little more advanced than his simple yet universally acclaimed combination of a cup of coffee, a banana split in half, rice with a little bit of butter and (on most days) chicken. But it’s still a taste of what earned Juan’s Rice & Chicken its Three-Star Michelin rating. Plus, you don’t have to climb a mountain to get it.

If you’re in the New York City area, you can order the meal here . To learn more about Juan’s unique dish and restaurant, check out a clip from Wednesday’s brand new episode of Documentary Now! .

Brought to you by IFC and the food delivery service Maple , a storefront in Manhattan was mocked up to promote Documentary Now!’s culinary-themed episode “ Juan Likes Rice & Chicken ” — a dead-on homage to the acclaimed 2011 documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi .

The storefront features Juan’s Rice & Chicken logo, similar to the one that can be found in the original restaurant’s remote location in Colombia. And just like at Juan’s, the storefront advertises the signature dish of a cup of coffee, a banana, rice and, most days, chicken.

While passersby can’t actually pop in for Juan’s trademark dish, if New Yorkers  order the “Juan Likes Rice & Chicken” dish from Maple , available September 19th to the 23rd, they will receive a complimentary link to view the latest episode of Documentary Now! ahead of its September 21st at 10P premiere on IFC.

You can check out some photos of Juan’s storefront below. And if you’re in the New York City area, order up some of Juan’s famous rice and chicken on Maple and check out Fred Armisen and Bill Hader ‘s tribute to foodie culture with your tasty lunch.

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Slums of Beverly Hills is a 1998 American comedy film , written and directed by Tamara Jenkins , and starring Natasha Lyonne , Alan Arkin , Marisa Tomei , David Krumholtz , Kevin Corrigan , Jessica Walter , and Carl Reiner . Its hero is a teenage girl struggling to grow up in the late 1970s in a lower-middle-class nomadic Jewish family that moves every few months.

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Vivian's wealthy Uncle Mickey ( Carl Reiner ) regularly sends the family money to help them survive. When Mickey's 29-year-old daughter Rita ( Marisa Tomei ) runs away from a rehab facility, Murray offers her shelter if Mickey will pay for a plush apartment. Vivian must babysit her adult cousin, making sure she gets to nursing school and avoids pills and booze. But Vivian has her own problems: she's curious about sex, likes an older neighbor kid, Eliot ( Kevin Corrigan ), has inherited her mother's ample breasts , and wants a family that doesn't embarrass her.

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