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Regional Specialities
7:21

Afghanistan Saffron Is Red Gold

In this episode of Local Obsessions, Hashim Aslami, a saffron producer and Afghanistan’s top advisor in the saffron sector, talks about the world’s most expensive spice.
Street Food Icons
11:08

The Street Sushi Master of Rio - Street Food Icons

Arnaldo Barcellos, known as The Sushi Man, is the most talked about sushi vendor in all of Rio de Janeiro.
Chef's Night Out
14:52

Celebrating NYC's Vietnamese Food with Di An Di - Chef’s Night Out

Dennis Ngo, executive chef of Di An Di in Greenpoint, NY, takes his staff out to the new generation of Vietnamese restaurants in NYC, far beyond Bahn mi and pho.
Street Food Icons
9:14

The Soul Food Queen of Harlem - Street Food icons

Chef Tami Treadwell, known as “The Seafood Lady” to her customers, serves up soul food and Black excellence to Harlem residents with her food truck Harlem Seafood Soul.
Why We Eat / web
8:01

Why We Eat: Mole

Chef Claudette Zepeda explains molé, the much adored Mexican sauce with a palette of ingredients.
Word of Mouth
9:14

Word of Mouth - Greenanne Farms

Greenane Farms is a small family farm in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York and it’s the type of place that you would never know existed unless someone gave you a heads up.
Enciclopedia de la comida latinoamericana
9:55

The Ecuadorian Fish Soup That Cures Hangovers

This second episode of The Encyclopedia of Latin American Food highlights how this fish soup, which is typically found in restaurants and on the streets of Ecuador, is capable of curing even the most brutal of hangovers.
Why We Eat / web
5:51

Why We Eat: Chongos

Claudette Zepeda, chef and amateur Mexican food anthropologist, unpacks chongos zamoranos, a unique-looking Mexican dessert made from milk curds, cinnamon, and sugar that dates back to the 16th century and the Spanish colonization of Michoacán.
Word of Mouth
8:53

The Hidden Sufi Restaurant Of The Catskills - Word Of Mouth

The Tulip And The Rose Cafe in Franklin, NY is the type of place you could drive by for years and have no idea of the vivacity until you walk inside.
Why We Eat / web
9:24

Why We Eat: Pozole

Claudette Zepeda, chef and amateur Mexican food anthropologist, breaks down pozole, an ancient Mexican soup that dates back to before the colonization of the Aztecs.
Drunk Eats
12:05

Buenos Aires's Best Late Night Food - Drunk Eats

Allie Lazar hits the streets of Buenos Aires to sample some of the best late night food the city has to offer.
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.
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