How Injera Bread Brings Together a Traditional Ethiopian Meal — Cooking in America

– [Menge] Hi Sheldon. – Hello. – Welcome to Seattle. – Thank you. I can already smell the spices right off the bat. – [Menge] Yeah, this is the Jebena market, where we sell most of our spices for others to take home and make their own. – [Sheldon] Martha emigrated at a young age […]

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Miami’s Favorite Haitian Restaurant Started Accidentally from a Health Food Cart — Dining on a Dime

– Everybody, welcome! We are in Little Haiti, which is a neighborhood in Miami. Where we’re going to right now is one of the best Haitian restaurants in the entire city. It’s called Naomi’s Garden. It opened originally as a catering company owned by an Israeli family, but has since become a really indispensable part […]

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The Roast Chicken That’s Made on a Medieval Contraption in Brooklyn — The Meat Show

It’s a Sunday night. I’m at Achilles Heel in Brooklyn for a very special reason. One of my favorite chicken dishes of all time is served here. Every Sunday, as long as the weather permits it, Chef Lee Desrosiers is cooking up chickens on this incredible medieval chicken cooking apparatus. Let’s go in there. Let’s […]

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The Best Oysters in San Francisco Live Just Outside the City — Dining on a Dime

– We are on beautiful Highway One, heading from Bivalve, which is the name of a real town, to Marshall where there’s a place called The Marshall Store. It’s a really beautiful location on the water. There’s a beautiful pier, and we’re gonna try our favorite bivalve mollusk, and yours, the oyster. (upbeat music) (Maranda […]

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