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Fake Focus Groups
8:28

The VIP Public Transportation Prank: Fake Focus Groups

Public transit is a mess. What if a new VIP subway system rolled out in NYC in 2020?
One Star Reviews / web
9:50

Getting Pierced at One of Yelp’s Worst Rated Piercing Shops

Taji took to Yelp to find the most poorly reviewed piercing shop.
One Star Reviews / web
10:14

I Learned Tango from One of Yelp’s Worst Rated Dance Instructors

As we all know, it takes two to tango. So Taji took to Yelp in search of a private lesson with the worst-reviewed dance instructor he could find.
Street Food Icons
9:05

$2 Burgers in Harlem - Street Food Icons

Mo Robinson Jr. has been serving the greater Harlem community for over 30 years, whipping up burgers, hot dogs, sausages, and punch right outside the barbershop that he owns.
A Frank Experience
16:44

Making Dim Sum For 3,000 People - A Frank Experience

Frank Pinello is back with another episode of A Frank Experience, this time learning what it takes to serve dim sum to 3,000 people in one day at one of the largest restaurants in North America.
How-To
9:30

How To Make Piri Piri Chicken With Aaron Crowder of Cervo's

Aaron Crowder of Cervo’s in Manhattan's Lower East Side makes piri piri chicken, a slightly spicy, classic Portuguese dish, in the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen.
My House
22:39

Coldest Winter Ever

Ballroom is where your wildest dreams can come true, but to receive validation, status and recognition: you must walk.
A Frank Experience
17:53

24 Hours as a Navy Ship Cook - A Frank Experience

Welcome to A Frank Experience, where Frank Pinello of 'The Pizza Show' explores large-scale dining experiences and delves into what exactly it takes to feed a ton of people.
Street Food Icons
9:31

The Queen of the Tamale Carts in Corona, New York

Evelia Coyotzi has been selling dollar tamales in Corona, Queens since 2001.
Open Fire
12:47

Building a 200lb Meat Trompo for Tacos

In this episode, we learn how Los Tacos No. 1 in New York City builds its famous trompo with layers of adobo-marinated pork shoulder that’s then shaved off and stacked high on homemade tortillas for one of the city’s best tacos.
Open Fire
12:12

Pork Chops and Pizzas Cooked With Open Fire at Marta

Welcome to Open Fire, where we explore the various ways different cultures cook over live fire, as our host Cara Nicoletti, a fourth-generation butcher, learns the craft, practice, and philosophy of each dish.
Close To Home
12:14

The Japanese-Peruvian Mashup Cuisine Born From Migration

In this episode, Michelle meets with Mina Newman, executive chef of Sen Sakana in NYC, to talk about Nikkei cuisine, the culinary result of the Japanese diaspora in Latin America—specifically how Japanese migration influenced Peruvian cooking.
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