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Johnny Lee (Pearl River Deli) & Raised on TV (Live)

We sat down with the legendary LA Hainan Chicken Whisperer, Johnny Lee, to talk about his restaurant, Pearl River Deli. We discuss growing up in East LA, his perspective on cooking Chines...

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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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What's For Dinner? Wen-Jay Ying joins the podcast to talk about culinary influences, eating local, and sustainable agriculture!

Listen in as Feedfeed Food Editor Alexa Santos virtually sits down to dinner with Wen-Jay Ying, @WenJayYing, founder & CEO of Local Roots NYC, @LocalRootsNYC.

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Bursting Bubbles: From Shortages to Seltzer

When you think of bubbles, what pops into your mind? Is it rainbow colored soap? Carbonated soda? Perhaps even social distancing bubbles? 

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Xi'an Famous Foods with Jason Wang

We can thank Jason Wang for expanding the tastes of New Yorkers and the rest of the world through his popular and influential small chain, Xi'an Famous Foods, specializing in the cuisine ...

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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.

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The Chile Pepper in China

Chile peppers did not appear in China until the late 16th century when they were introduced from the Americas.

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Irene Li on the Unsung Restaurants Fund & Having Hope

On this special show I speak with Irene Lei of Mei Mei Restaurant in Boston about what running her business has been like since the coronavirus crisis started and the Unsung Restaura ...