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Lucky Chow

Description

Host Danielle Chang explores Asian cuisine's impact on American food culture in this series produced by the Center for Asian American Media. Traveling across the United States and Asia, Chang meets a new generation of chefs and entrepreneurs dedicated to keeping Asian traditions alive. Segments include the ramen culture in New York and Tokyo; chef Sang Yoon breaks down the basics of Korean cooking; chef Jet Tila recalls when his family opened America's first Thai grocery store; Filipino cuisine; and the evolution of Chinese food in America.

Upcoming Episodes

  • Comfort

    The importance of comfort food; making Chinese food at home with the help of cooking blogs such as The Woks of Life; young chefs reimagine Taiwanese and Indonesian classics. (30 minutes)

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  • Trending Japanese

    New York's first cat cafe; a Brooklyn, N.Y., izakaya; a California mom's success on the bento box circuit; chanko nabe. (30 minutes)

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  • Asian Farm to Table

    Japanese-American Ross Koda hopes to keep his Central Valley rice farm in the family; Korean adoptee Kristyn Leach grows artisanal, heirloom Asian produce; America's first wasabi farm. (30 minutes)

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