Tag: Recipes

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Three Generations, One Cookbook, and Memories of Puerto Rico

Cocina Criolla is back with a new video and a family recipe for chicharrones de pollo

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Fear of Frying: A Puerto Rican Cook Confronts Her Culinary Legacy

The first installment as Von Diaz begins cooking her way through Cocina Criolla, the bible of Puerto Rican cooking

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Rotis, Doubles and Lo Mein: Sampling the Mixed-up Trinidadian Food of Crown Heights

Journalist Aaron Leaf explores some of the hottest Caribbean flavors along Brooklyn’s Nostrand Avenue for Food in 2 Worlds ™.

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Food in 2 Worlds: Has Migration Made a Cook out of the Haitian Male?

Traditional gender roles are changing as Haitian American men step into the kitchen. Journalist and chef Nadege Fleurimond brings us this story and podcast as part of our Food in 2 Worlds series.

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Food in 2 Worlds: The Adoration of the Maggi

Maggi seasoning was invented in the 19th Century in Switzerland. Today immigrants from across the globe call it a “taste of home.”
In this podcast reporter Aurora Almendral explores the magical world of Maggi, complete with recipes.

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Food in 2 Worlds Podcast: How Zarela Martinez Brought Mexican Cuisine to New York

In this podcast, reporter Von Diaz tells the story of Chef Zarela Martinez, a culinary trendsetter, who changed New Yorkers’ ideas about Mexican food.

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The Food in Two Worlds Podcast: Filipino Pop-Up Restaurant in NYC Offers Menu with Attitude

At Maharlika in Manhattan’s East Village the menu includes dishes such as Eggs Imelda and Eggs Benigno, intended to provoke conversations about Filipino history and culture.