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How-To / web
9:25

Make Rao’s Famous Red Sauce At Home

Frank Pellegrino, Jr. of Rao’s in NYC shares a classic family recipe: Sunday Gravy.
Street Food Icons
9:27

The Idli King of Bangalore

On the streets of Bangalore, India, the mother & son duo behind Iyer Idly serve hundreds of idlis a day.
The Cooking Show / web
10:04

Make a Better Avocado Toast

Farideh is in her home kitchen making everyone’s favorite breakfast food: avocado toast.
How-To
12:35

How To Make Pork Tamales

Fermín Núñez from Suerte in Austin, TX is in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen making spicy pork tamales.
Climate Summit
32:11

Conscious Travel

Travel is on our collective to-do list in the post-pandemic world, but how do we become more conscious explorers?
How-To
11:00

The Brisket and Latke Sandwich - A Hanukkah Double Down

Libby Willis from KIT in Brooklyn is in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen making Brisket and Latke Sandwiches.
How-To
10:36

How To Make Singaporean Satay And Peanut Sauce

Elly Suraya of Satay By The Bay SF makes Singaporean chicken satay with homemade peanut sauce.
Street Food Icons
7:01

Queen of Pad Thai in Berlin's Hidden Gem

Hidden in one of the less trendy areas of downtown Berlin, this Thai street food market attracts Berliners and tourists from all over the world.
How-To
11:37

Jamie Oliver Makes Beef Bourguignon

Celebrity chef & bestselling author Jamie Oliver is in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen making beef bourguignon.
What in the World
9:15

What In The World

2021 was not kidding around. Thai PM was challenged to a Muay Thai fight, hundreds of Indian street vendors were found to be secret millionaires and a female monkey shatters the glass ceiling in a Japanese zoo.
VICE News Shorts
4:53

How to Make Air Travel More Sustainable

Our plane travel needs to become more sustainable, but how? Innovators around the world are working on solutions ranging from battery power to biofuels. *This series is supported by DELTA. VICE News retains full editorial authority.
VICE News Shorts
7:23

Making Biodegradable Objects Out of Greenhouse Gases

Researchers are identifying these bacteria and realizing their potential in transforming harmful emissions like CO2 and methane into chemicals that can be used to make a whole host of objects.
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