Whole Fried Chicken at Detroit’s Only Senegalese Restaurant – Cooking in America

(upbeat reggae music) When you come here like immigrant, you don’t have enough money. You don’t have a credit, you don’t have nothing. Here when I open, everything is my own pocket. Here we serve Senegalese food. And it’s the only Senegalese restaurant in Michigan. How many years now? Maybe since like six months. So, […]

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How Master Sushi Chef Kate Koo Charted Her Own Sushi Path — Omakase

(water sloshing) – Sushi chefs are basically professional rice-makers, in my humble opinion. It’s a never-ending quest, which is something that I love about sushi. It’s the unobtainable perfection, it is the mountain that you never get to the top of. Welcome to Zilla Sake. (paper tears) (scissor rasps) So, growing up, my parents taught […]

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Detroit’s Best Burger is Prepared Halal in a Gas Station — Cooking in America

– [Chef] Growing up as kids, we’d see all these burgers and hotdogs and then we couldn’t eat the hamburger because it’s not halal. Our whole play on this was to make classic American food, but make it halal so everyone can enjoy it. (funky music) – How are you, I’m Mo. Nice to meet […]

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Malaysian Comfort Food and Roti Canai Are A London Favorite — Dining on a Dime

– Hey everybody, we’re in the Euston neighborhood of London, just a hop, skip, and a jump from King’s Cross and we are headed to a place I’m super excited about called Roti King and they specialize in a dish called roti canai, which is sort of an Indian-inspired flatbread that is popular in Indonesia, […]

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Do You Need a $350 Rice Cooker? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show

– Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to Kitchen Gadgets. If you noticed something different, it’s a friend. I have them. Esther Choi, right here. – What’s up, Cliff? – What’s up? Esther is also the chef/owner of Mokbar here in New York City and Ms. Yoo. What are we testing today, Esther? Here we go. […]

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