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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

  • Made in China

    An industrial kitchen where traditional confinement meals are made for new mothers; Manhattan cocktail den whose main ingredient is liquor baijiu; a wedding in San Francisco's Chinatown blends old and new. (30 minutes)

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  • The New Indian

    Inday offers a light, healthy take on Indian classics; the restaurateurs behind Babu Ji; an engineer who got her start selling homemade chai by bicycle in San Francisco. (30 minutes)

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  • Taiwan's True Flavors

    A visit to a Chinatown market with author Cathy Erway; beef noodle soup; Taiwan Beer House's version of bian dang; California market. (30 minutes)

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