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High Production Values: Fabienne Toback & Karis Jagger

High on the Hog is an extraordinary documentary that is destined to re-shape our understanding of the African American influence on food in this country. Based on Dr.

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The Flavor of Memory

In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we dedicate our episode to memory and how it has shaped AAPI food experiences. Many of us have probably eaten meals w...

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Crossing Culinary Borders

Today Aarón and Zarela are thrilled to welcome Víctor Macías-González to talk about the culinary exchange on the border between Juarez and El Paso.

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Race in American Food Television

This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, hosted by Gastronomica editorial collective member Krishnendu Ray.

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Exactly Approximately 3.2%

A poorly designed law that works and an expertly designed drink that sucks.

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What's For Dinner? Alice Choi from Hip Foodie Mom Join's Julie to Talk All Things Korean Food!

Alice talks about life growing up in Dallas as a Korean American, her parents' restaurants and Korean market, and how they inspired her lifelong love of food.

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Paige Lipari: Archestratus Books + Foods

Join us for a conversation with Paige Lipari, local hero and owner/cook of Archestratus Books + Foods in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

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Noble Experiments

The story of American prohibition: temperance, scapegoating, hypocrisy and their unlikely love child the Margarita. 

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What's On Your Table?

On this episode of What’s on Your Table, Julie is diving into Chinese-American culture and talking to Winston Chiu. Chiu is a New York City-based chef and entrepreneur.

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Lucas Sin - Junzi Kitchen

On today’s show, I welcome Lucas Sin, Eater Young Guns Class of 2019 and Forbes 30 under 30 and the chef/partner in Junzi Kitchen.