Jonnyshipes, founder of hip-hop label Cinematic Music Group and The Smoker’s Club, learns how to make another one of his favorite dishes from Drunk Eats NYC: the pasta limone from NYC’s famous Lil Frankie’s. Now, he has to make the dish from scratch, including the pasta dough, with no recipe or machines. He has 24 hours to learn everything from zesting lemons to rolling pasta dough. Will he fail or flourish? ... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Chef Kwame Onwuachi of Kith/Kin is in the Munchies Test Kitchen to show why Nigerian jollof rice is the best kind. Kwame pairs the jollof rice, a popular dish served throughout West Africa, with red stew chicken and fried plantains for meal that’s part spicy, part savory, and part sweet. ... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Luis Herrera of Casa Ora in Brooklyn, NY makes Reina Pepiada arepas, a hand-held, pre-Hispanic dish fit for a queen. The Reina Pepiada arepa, created in the 1950s in Venezuela, is one of the most popular varieties, stuffed with creamy chicken salad and avocado slices. Luis’ recipe covers the making of the filling as well as the arepa itself, made from masa dough and cooked on a skillet. ... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Matty heads to the Filipino neighborhoods of Winnipeg and is hosted by Ron and his father “Hot Rod” Cantiveros, who teaches him how to make Longganisa sausages. Matty samples a variety of Filiipino street foods and pastries, then cooks at a traditional Boodle Fight.... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!
Based on the children’s book, except not, Farideh’s greens, eggs, and bacon is a traditional breakfast with a super green twist. Farideh fries up sliced bacon and sautées both the leaves and the stems of fresh kale and swiss chard. She adds garlic, scallion, herbs, and lemon juice, then cracks eggs on top before baking the skillet in the oven. ... Read More إقرأ المزيد | Share it now!