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Lucky Chow

Follow LUCKYRICE culinary festival founder Danielle Chang as she travels across America exploring the Asian food landscape, featuring many of the country’s most renowned chefs and culinary personalities.

FEEDING THE FAMILY TREE

26m 46s

Moms feed us, but who feeds the moms? We join a 12-year-old Food Network star as he cooks for his family, visit the shop where a renown chef prepares a dizzying array of the Korean staples known as banchan and learn about a meal-delivery service that provides a classic Asian pregnancy and post-partum diet.

Episodes

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    FEEDING THE FAMILY TREE

    S6 E604 - 26m 46s

    Moms feed us, but who feeds the moms? We join a 12-year-old Food Network star as he cooks for his family, visit the shop where a renown chef prepares a dizzying array of the Korean staples known as banchan and learn about a meal-delivery service that provides a classic Asian pregnancy and post-partum diet.

  • DELICIOUS DREAMS: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    DELICIOUS DREAMS

    S6 E603 - 26m 46s

    All around New York, Asian food entrepreneurs are pursuing projects driven by personal passion, whether it's growing the perfect strawberry, promoting local regenerative agriculture or recreating a small corner of Taipei on the streets of Brooklyn.

  • AMERICAN ROOTS: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    AMERICAN ROOTS

    S6 E602 - 26m 46s

    In a Wisconsin forest and a Long Island harbor, two families discovered harvests that, with hard work and help from the next generation, turned into thriving businesses. In Wausau, the Hsus are pioneer growers of American ginseng. In Greenport, the Osinskis' backyard oyster farm supplies famous restaurants like Le Bernardin.

  • TEXASIAN: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    TEXASIAN

    S6 E601 - 26m 46s

    Deep in the heart of Texas, Houston is an unexpectedly rich melting pot of Asian and American cuisine. We’ll meet three brothers who put Asian fire into Texas barbecue; a chef who gives the traditional Gulf crawfish boil a spicy, wok-fried Vietnamese twist; and a pho master who is helping to turn the traditional broth into America's new comfort soup.

Schedule

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    Lucky Chow

    Feeding the Family Tree

    Saturday
    May 25

    30 Minutes

    A 12-year-old cooks for his family; a chef prepares an array of the Korean staples known as banchan; a meal delivery service provides a classic Asian pregnancy and postpartum diet.

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