Fry Bread Tacos from a Native American Food Truck — Cooking in America

Fry Bread Tacos from a Native American Food Truck — Cooking in America

– So this next spot we’re checking out is Off the Rez. It’s a food truck that’s serving up Native American cuisine. The only one in Seattle. We’ll be talking to Mark who is celebrating a dish called fry bread, which is a recipe that he learned from his Native American grandmother. What’s up, guys? […]

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What to Eat, See, and Do in Lisbon, Portugal — Travel, Eat, Repeat

What to Eat, See, and Do in Lisbon, Portugal — Travel, Eat, Repeat

– This is beautiful and brutal. We just landed in Lisbon and I’m not gonna lie, we are super jet-lagged. It’s fine, it’s fine. I’d estimate we have about 10 hours before everyone crashes, so we’re gonna try to see as much as we can and eat as much as we can before the day […]

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Raw Crab is One of the Greatest Dishes in All of Korean Cooking — K-Town

Raw Crab is One of the Greatest Dishes in All of Korean Cooking — K-Town

– When I came here for the first time a few years back, and I enjoyed ganjang gaejang, like, it opened up a whole other universe of flavor, that honestly, like, I think propelled me toward a greater pursuit of amazing Korean food. So, that’s why I love this place. Raw crab. It’s a specific […]

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A Diet Cola-Infused Pig Trotter Dish at New York City’s Fish Cheeks — Prime Time

A Diet Cola-Infused Pig Trotter Dish at New York City’s Fish Cheeks — Prime Time

– Guys, today we are at The Meat Hook. We use hocks and trotters in only a couple of ways. Trotters we mostly just sell to ramen shops, and hocks we smoke mostly for soups. – Hock, shank, same thing. Today we’re going to Fish Cheeks. We’re going to have a pork shank stew cooked […]

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Why Braised Short Ribs Are the Ultimate Korean Meat Dish — K-Town

Why Braised Short Ribs Are the Ultimate Korean Meat Dish — K-Town

Part of what makes L.A. great, is that these strip malls are actually where restaurants can thrive. There are like, 15 restaurants on this single block. And one of the best ones here is a place called Sun Nong Dan. They specialize in these huge cauldrons of bubbling, hot galbi jjim. Oh my gosh, this […]

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Experimenting with Blood-Based Dishes — Prime Time

Experimenting with Blood-Based Dishes — Prime Time

– [Ben] Any of you guys ever tried raw blood before? – Blood! You don’t see it on many restaurant menus, but not only is it important to use the whole animal, blood can also taste really, really good. – It can, but you can also ask, why the [beep] is this actually in my […]

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Aged Short Ribs and the Best Hawaiian Food at Helena’s — Dining on a Dime

Aged Short Ribs and the Best Hawaiian Food at Helena’s — Dining on a Dime

We’re going back to Kalihi! There’s a lot of great spots in that particular neighborhood, and this next spot is one of the best. It is called Helena’s Hawaiian Food. It is 70 years old. Helena is a woman who learned to cook while working the Navy laundry in the 1940s, and she opened a […]

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How Cacio e Pepe Became an Iconic Roman Dish — Dining on a Dime: International

How Cacio e Pepe Became an Iconic Roman Dish — Dining on a Dime: International

– Trattoria Da Cesare is known for its real, authentic, delicious, home-style Roman cooking. We’re gonna have some dishes that you may have heard of: cacio e pepe, pasta carbonara, and then trippa, which is a Roman specialty that’s the stomach of the cow, which is stewed and made nice and tender and delicious. (speaking […]

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Why Taiwan Claims Beef Noodle Soup as Its Signature Dish — Travel, Eat, Repeat

Why Taiwan Claims Beef Noodle Soup as Its Signature Dish — Travel, Eat, Repeat

– [Iz Harris] Meat, noodles, broth, and veggies: a combination of elements featured in many different cuisines. But Taiwan has somehow taken this combination and made it their own, laying claim to a dish that is seemingly simple on the surface, but in actuality, is a deep symbol of the national pride here. You see […]

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Why Chicken Adobo Is the Most ‘Authentic’ Filipino Dish — Halo Halo

Why Chicken Adobo Is the Most ‘Authentic’ Filipino Dish — Halo Halo

(upbeat music) – Hi everyone, my name is Francesca, I’m on the Eater video team, usually I’m behind the camera, but today you get to hang out with me. This is something that I’ve wanted to do for a really long time, Welcome to Halo Halo. Filipinos make up the third largest Asian population in […]

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