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10:07

A Taste Of Thailand In Brooklyn

The family behind Plant Love House brings Brooklyn, NY three unique restaurants: LOOK, MONDAYOFF, and Noods n’ Chill, all of which serve street-style Thai cuisine that honors the foods they love to eat.
The Cooking Show
8:01

Chicken & Dumplings: A Classic Comfort Food

Farideh makes chicken and dumplings, a classic comfort food that’s perfect for making at home.
How-To
8:19

Fan Tuan: Taiwanese Breakfast You Should Be Eating

Trigg Brown of Win Son in NYC is in the Munchies Test Kitchen making fan tuan, a Taiwanese breakfast treat made to be eaten on the go.
Game Changers
6:24

All You Need Is A 10-Inch Pan To Make A Great Meal

Lucas Sin believes in 10 inch cookware, and you should too.
Fringes
18:27

The Man Who Eats Roadkill

Meet 73-year-old Arthur Boyt, notorious resident of remote Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, and connoisseur of cooking and eating roadkill - nothing is too far fetched or fanciful to end up on his plate.
Quarantine Cooking
8:45

Make Ribs At Home Without A Grill Or Smoker

You can make restaurant-quality ribs at home, and chef Kenny GIlbert is here to show you how it’s done.
The New Normal
13:32

Selling Colombian Food Out Of A Bedroom Window

Through her project La TropiKitchen, Stephanie Bonnin makes handcrafted Colombian food and sells it from her apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
The Cooking Show
6:41

Upgrade Your Cream Of Mushroom Soup

Never use canned cream of mushroom soup again because Farideh’s got a recipe for that: homemade cream of mushroom soup for a simple chicken and wild rice casserole.
The Cooking Show
6:26

Spiced Apple Pancakes - The Cooking Show

Farideh wants you to get over pumpkin spice and get into apple spice with these fluffy apple pancakes bursting with fall flavors.
Quarantine Cooking
9:22

Spicy, Crispy Black Pepper Chicken Wings

Angus An is combining two recipes from his new cookbook “Maenam: A Fresh Approach to Thai Cooking” for a creative take on a classic snack: fried chicken wings coated in a rich, spicy black pepper sauce.
Munchies Specials
7:35

Fighting Climate Change with 1 Billion Oysters

Oysters are good for more than just eating on the half shell: in New York City, they're helping restore and preserve the harbor.
The New Normal
8:53

Rapper Turned Chef Is Serving Soul Food to LA

Hugh Augustine is a rapper from Los Angeles trying to provide something different for his community: access to affordable, plant-based meals that everyone can enjoy.
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