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Ederique Goudia: Taste the Diaspora Detroit

Join us for a conversation with Ederique Goudia, the Detroit-based chef and entrepreneur.

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Together through the rubble

Sother sits down to talk with Mark Schettler of Bar Tonique in New Orleans.

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Getting to Know Mexican Green Chiles with Aarón and Zarela

In this very first episode of Cooking in Mexican from A to Z,  mother-son duo, Aarón Sánchez and Zarela Martínez discuss one of their favorite ingredients: chiles verdes, or green chiles....

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Spotlight on the UKs Food and Beverage Culture

On this episode of What’s on Your Table, Julie is talking to Jessica Bride, a New Orleans native who is now living in London. Jessica worked in restaurants for nearly 15 years between Lou...

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FWB Presents: At the Table with Chef Tunde Wey

In episode 12 of At The Table, Sari speaks with Tunde Wey, the Nigerian-born and New Orleans-based artist, writer, and cook.

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Coming Soon: Cooking in Mexican from A to Z

They’re mother and son, but also award-winning celebrity chefs, restaurateurs, and cookbook authors.

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Alon Shaya

On today's special 100th episode of theLINE welcome Chef Alon Shaya. Born in Bat Yam just south of Tel Aviv, he moved to Philadelphia as a young boy and had a tumultuous childhood filled ...

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Christa Cotton at Charleston Wine + Food 2020

Friend of the network, Christa Cotton of El Guapo Bitters sat down with Hannah Fordin and Kat Johnson to discuss her New Orleans based company.

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A Tale of Two King Cakes

A dessert with many names, baked and shared around the world, the King Cake is most recognized in the U.S. for its relationship with Mardi Gras.

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Salt Peanuts: Improvisation in Jazz and Cooking

From New Orleans to New York, great American Jazz cities are often known as much for their great eats as their late night Jazz clubs.