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The Migrant Kitchen

The Jewish Deli

The Jewish Delis of Los Angeles serve an important role for connecting heritage to food. Factor’s Famous Deli has been a central pillar for the community for 70 years while newcomers like Micah Wexler and Michael Kassar of Wexler’s Deli bring a fresh take to classic deli food traditions.

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Airdates
Wednesday Apr 21, 6:00 AM PDT on Link TV
Wednesday Apr 21, 1:00 PM PDT on Link TV
Sunday Apr 25, 2:00 PM PDT on Link TV
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Lou Dogg's Crispy Chicken Skin from EP & LP | Antonio Diaz MKs3
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The Migrant Kitchen

S3 E6: Louis & Jazz

Jazz Singsanong of Jitlada Thai and Louis Tikaram of E.P. & L.P. transport the palate around the world with the complex flavors of Thai cuisine.
Labneh from Dyafa | Jim Sullivan MKs3
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The Migrant Kitchen

S3 E5: Man'oushe

Two extraordinary women of Palestinian descent, Reem Assil and Lamees Dahbour, use food to bring their misunderstood homeland closer to Western tolerance and acceptance.
Chef Brandon Jew | Antonio Diaz MKs3
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The Migrant Kitchen

S3 E4: Mister Jiu's Chinatown

With the rapid gentrification of the neighborhood, the face of the country’s oldest Chinatown is changing while a younger generation holds on to the traditions and flavors of the past.
Noriko Kamei | Still from "The Migrant Kitchen" Sequoia Sake MKs3
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The Migrant Kitchen

S3 E2: Sequoia Sake

Rooted in the traditions of Japanese sake brewing, Sequoia Sake works to resurrect an heirloom rice in California and pioneer the young but growing craft sake movement in the U.S.
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26:40
The Migrant Kitchen

El Jardin

Chef Claudette Zepeda-Wilkins opens her new restaurant, El Jardín, in San Diego.
Cassia's pot au feu | Courtesy of Life & Thyme
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The Migrant Kitchen

S2 E4: Beyond Pho

Cassia in Santa Monica, Good Girl Dinette in Highland Park, Red Boat Fish Sauce, and Minh Phan of Porridge & Puffs are hoping to demonstrate that there’s so much more to Vietnamese culture than banh mi, spring rolls and pho.
A dish from Wolfgang Puck using fresh fish from Seiichi | Courtesy of Life & Thyme
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The Migrant Kitchen

S2 E3: Omotenashi

Echo Park's Tsubaki, Sonoko Sakai, Wild Live Seafood's Seiichi Yokota and Spago Beverly Hills aims to introduce Angelenos to the unique spirit of Japanese hospitality and the culture's deep culinary customs.
Chicken Tikka Poutine | Courtesy of Life & Thyme
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The Migrant Kitchen

S2 E2: Badmaash

Like carefully selected spices to a classic Indian dish, The Mahendro family contributes something special and significant to their restaurant Badmaash and to the city of L.A.
 Beet Pibil with Yellow Beet, Achiote, Pickled Onion and Bitter Greens. A dish from Ray Garcia's Broken Spanish | Courtesy of Life & Thyme
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The Migrant Kitchen

S2 E1: Alta California

A collective of culturally connected, distinguished chefs (including Ray Garcia of Broken Spanish, Wes Avila of Guerilla Tacos, Carlos Salgado of Taco Maria, as well as Jorge Gaviria of Masienda) push forward the “Alta California” Mexican food movement.
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52:07
The Migrant Kitchen

The Migrant Kitchen

In American restaurants, immigrants are the backbone of the kitchen.
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