Whole Fried Chicken at Detroit’s Only Senegalese Restaurant – Cooking in America

Whole Fried Chicken at Detroit’s Only Senegalese Restaurant – Cooking in America

(upbeat reggae music) When you come here like immigrant, you don’t have enough money. You don’t have a credit, you don’t have nothing. Here when I open, everything is my own pocket. Here we serve Senegalese food. And it’s the only Senegalese restaurant in Michigan. How many years now? Maybe since like six months. So, […]

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Why Filipino Food Should Be The Next Big Cuisine — Dining on a Dime

Why Filipino Food Should Be The Next Big Cuisine — Dining on a Dime

I don’t get down to the south bay as often as i should. There’s a lot of really fantastic restaurants down here including this place we’re going to now which is called Silog. It’s in this kind of barren strip mall in Torrance. The chef there Lemuel is cooking some really excellent Filipino fusion cuisine […]

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Houston’s First Afghan Restaurant Was Opened by a Former US Military Recruiter — Cooking in America

Houston’s First Afghan Restaurant Was Opened by a Former US Military Recruiter — Cooking in America

Hospitality is the core of Afghan culture. When you go to any Afghan home, you are the king. The guest is the king. You make the rules. (Sheldon) Omer, a former US military recruiter, from Afghanistan, moved to the US, 20 years ago. He decided to open up Houston’s first Afghani restaurant, in 2012, bringing […]

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Grilled Octopus at Detroit’s Only Spanish Tapas Restaurant — Cooking In America

Grilled Octopus at Detroit’s Only Spanish Tapas Restaurant — Cooking In America

(festive music) – La Feria is the only Spanish tapas in Detroit, and I believe in the whole Michigan. (festive music) In Seville, La Feria is a festivity where it’s a week long and they go April 1. All the women dress in Flamenco dresses and all we do is drink, dance, and eat for […]

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Cafe Abuja Is Bringing Traditional Nigerian Food to Houston — Cooking in America

Cafe Abuja Is Bringing Traditional Nigerian Food to Houston — Cooking in America

– I’m here in a Nigerian store and it’s like a whole section of palm oil. That’s that fufu right here. Fufu is a staple food that’s accompanied with Nigerian food, and it’s kind of like poi in Hawaiian, so I’m excited to see that. Oh, Milo. Ah, making me feel like home already. Do […]

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Miami’s Favorite Haitian Restaurant Started Accidentally from a Health Food Cart — Dining on a Dime

Miami’s Favorite Haitian Restaurant Started Accidentally from a Health Food Cart — Dining on a Dime

– Everybody, welcome! We are in Little Haiti, which is a neighborhood in Miami. Where we’re going to right now is one of the best Haitian restaurants in the entire city. It’s called Naomi’s Garden. It opened originally as a catering company owned by an Israeli family, but has since become a really indispensable part […]

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Spicy Korean Fire Chicken Is Chicago’s Best Late-Night Dish — K-Town

Spicy Korean Fire Chicken Is Chicago’s Best Late-Night Dish — K-Town

– We’re outside of Dancen which I think is one of my favorite places in Chicago. This is my wife, by the way, Rochelle. – Hi. – [Matthew] When she was in grad school in Chicago, we would come here together and we would basically hang out with some friends, get this amazing thing that’s […]

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At B’s Cracklin’, Pitmaster Bryan Furman’s Is Making Atlanta’s Best New Barbecue — Cult Following

At B’s Cracklin’, Pitmaster Bryan Furman’s Is Making Atlanta’s Best New Barbecue — Cult Following

– [Narrator] The Atlanta barbecue scene is considered a crossroads of various pit styles. There’s everything from Texas inspired brisket to Korean southern fusion. And now, with a modified take on South Carolina whole hog barbecue, Bryan Furman of B’s Cracklin’Barbecue uses every piece of the pig. His dry-rubbed hog is smoked for 14 hours. […]

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The King of Handmade Mozzarella is in the Bronx — Dining on a Dime

The King of Handmade Mozzarella is in the Bronx — Dining on a Dime

Hey everybody, we are on 187th Street and Arthur Avenue in the heart of the Belmont neighborhood in the Bronx. Now this is traditionally the center of Little Italy in the Bronx and we are going to a place right now called Casa Della Mozzarella, and what they’re famous for is producing some of the […]

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Jellied Eels Are An Acquired Taste in London’s East End — Dining on a Dime

Jellied Eels Are An Acquired Taste in London’s East End — Dining on a Dime

– Hey everybody, we’re in the Bow neighborhood on the East End of London, we’re about to try a classic London dish, pie and mash. At this particular place, G Kelly, they also specialize in jellied eels, which is something that commonly goes with pie and mash shops. We’re headed there right now to try […]

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