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The fourth season of Emmy®-winning food series THE MIGRANT KITCHEN, produced in partnership with Life & Thyme, an award-winning culinary publication dedicated to documenting global food culture, goes beyond Los Angeles to explore booming food scenes across the nation, introducing a new generation of chefs whose cuisine is inspired by the immigrant experience. From the origins of Korean food in Brooklyn to exciting Russian fare served up in the Pacific Northwest, questions of agricultural sovereignty in Puerto Rico and food inspired by the Black experience in Houston, new episodes of the James Beard Award® nominated series celebrate food culture and innovation, as well as history and human stories.

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Chef Jon Yao aims to educate diners on the nuances of Taiwanese cuisine in Los Angeles.
Chef Jon Yao aims to educate diners on the nuances of Taiwanese cuisine in Los Angeles. Photo credit: Antonio Diaz. (Download)
Chef Bonnie Morales takes inspiration from the Pacific Northwest’s bounty for Russian fare at Katchka.
Chef Bonnie Morales takes inspiration from the Pacific Northwest’s bounty for Russian fare at Katchka. Photo credit: Antonio Diaz. (Download)
Chef Jose Enrique collaborates with communities across Puerto Rico to support independent farmers and create self-sufficient communities. Photo credit: Antonio Diaz.
Chef Jose Enrique collaborates with communities across Puerto Rico to support independent farmers and create self-sufficient communities. Photo credit: Antonio Diaz. (Download)
Chef Chris Williams examines polarizing topic of Black foodways in Houston. Photo credit: Antonio Diaz.
Chef Chris Williams examines polarizing topic of Black foodways in Houston. Photo credit: Antonio Diaz. (Download)
Chef Jenny Kwak represents a new era of Korean food emerging in Brooklyn. Photo credit: Sam Ortiz.
Chef Jenny Kwak represents a new era of Korean food emerging in Brooklyn. Photo credit: Sam Ortiz. (Download)

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