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Eskita: An Ethiopian Dance
This traditional dance is very technical. Watch Marcus get in touch with his roots.
Clip: 08/14/2018 | 3m 6s
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Behind the Zenebech's Restaurant
Learn about this restaurant which started from $150 and grew into three businesses.
Clip: 08/14/2018 | 5m 29s
How to Make Kitfo
Chopping up meat, cumin, cardamon, and fenugreek blended together bring a full flavor.
Clip: 08/14/2018 | 4m 23s
Ful, Traditional Eritrean Breakfast
Ful is an healthy breakfast dish made from dried fava beans.
Clip: 08/14/2018 | 3m 28s
Preview: Washington, D.C.
Dine, dance and dish with the Ethiopian community in the nation’s capital.
Preview: 06/27/2018 | 30s
Marcus visits a community garden in Little Haiti in Miami.
Clip: 08/07/2018 | 4m 55s
Haitian Food on South Beach
Marcus and Marc Baptiste explore Haitian influences on Miami tourist locations.
Clip: 08/07/2018 | 2m 3s
A Tour of Little Haiti
Marcus explores the Haitian cultural center in Miami and the impact of gentrification.
Clip: 08/07/2018 | 4m 13s
Haitian food and music can be a lens to learn about the country today.
Clip: 08/07/2018 | 2m 14s
Explore the cuisine, culture and history of the city’s Haitian community.
Music and Food
Marcus visits Singh’s Roti Shop, where Caribbean music and food collide.
Clip: 07/31/2018 | 1m 42s
At Home with Jon One
Marcus visits the DJ’s family to make homemade roti and learn their Guyanese traditions.
Clip: 07/31/2018 | 3m 47s
Explore the history and traditions of this classic Guyanese dish.
Clip: 07/31/2018 | 2m 1s
The Power of A Family Business
Marcus visits Sybil's, where a family recipe has fueled decades of business.
Clip: 07/31/2018 | 5m 14s
Preview: Queens, NYC
Go inside the Indo-Guyanese community in Queens to explore its roots and cuisine.
Marcus celebrates a special anniversary with chef Diana Dávila and makes mole verde.
Clip: 06/27/2018 | 5m 3s
Gangs and Guns in Chicago
Marcus meets rapper Towkio to discuss growing up in Chicago.
Clip: 06/27/2018 | 3m 9s
Visit Chicago’s Mexican community to learn about its heritage and cuisine.
Growing up Mexican in Chicago
Marcus shares tacos with artist Juan Angel Chavez.
Clip: 06/27/2018 | 3m 59s
The Connection Between France and Pho
Learn more about this Vietnamese dish with Khanh and David Tran, the owners of Pho NOLA.
Clip: 06/27/2018 | 1m 59s
What Are We?
Food can provide a connection between new and old, which makes it important for many.
Clip: 06/27/2018 | 2m 16s
Preview: New Orleans
Discover how Vietnamese residents have influenced the city in delicious ways.
Bringing Traditional Vietnamese Farming to New Orleans
Khai Nguyen’s farm, started after Katrina, provides older residents a chance to farm.
Clip: 06/27/2018 | 3m 5s
Join chef Marcus Samuelsson to explore the culture of Detroit’s Middle Eastern community.