Picture Show: Robin Leach Tarries, Thrusts at Taste of NFL Dinner

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Robin Leach was in Fort Worth this weekend with a saber.

The "flavors of North Texas" were represented in Fort Worth on Saturday for Taste of NFL's 20th Anniversary this Super Bowl Weekend. Of course, Leach wasn't the only one there with a sword. Many Dallas (and celebrity) chefs had miniature swords--we call them "knives"--to use on a variety of samples for Super Bowl visitors.

Our photographer Kevin Todora was there to capture more on the Taste of NFL, which you can fully see in his slideshow. After the jump, you'll find more images of Robin Leach with and without a sword.

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