The Halal Meat Market That Butchers and Grills Your Meat — Cooking in America

– [Sheldon] Sam is a fifth generation Lebanese butcher that immigrated to Detroit 42 years ago. He found success in many businesses but after Detroit’s recession hit he lost it all. He decided to turn back to what he knew best and opened what is now one of Dearborn’s most beloved meat markets. (urban music) […]

Making Indian Sweets From Scratch at Raja Sweets — Cooking in America

(upbeat, jazzy music) – So, we’re going to Raja Sweets in the heart of the Mahatma Gandhi District here in Houston, but, before that, we’re gonna go check out this super cool spot. It’s a mandir, the first one in the country. Thirty-three thousand pieces that was first assembled in India and then kind of […]

Chicago’s Best Deep-Dish Pizza, According to Locals — Open Road

(bluesy electric guitar music) – [Bill] I’m Bill Addison, Eater’s ever-roving national critic. Chicago is one of the country’s defining food towns. When visitors come to graze through its remarkable dining scene, they often zero in on one of the town’s most famous creations: deep dish pizza. Love or loathe these cheesy, crusty monsters, everyone’s […]

The Secrets Behind New York’s Most Famous Spicy Noodle Dish — Prime Time

– We are here at Xi’an Famous Foods to figure out what’s behind one of New York’s most iconic noodle dishes, the famous hand-pulled lamb noodles. – I’m very excited to check it out, so let’s go. (upbeat music) – Lamb is something that we use a lot in our dishes, not just in our […]

Uyghur Food Is the Chinese Food You Should Know About — Cooking in America

– Uyghur cuisine is a Muslim Chinese food. Uyghur people are a Muslim ethnic minority in China. We’ll be making hand-pulled noodles, lamb kebabs, spices, and chiles. Let’s go check it out. – So we are the Uyghur. We have more than 30 million population in the northwestern part of China, but still a lot […]

How Cacio e Pepe Became an Iconic Roman Dish — Dining on a Dime: International

– Trattoria Da Cesare is known for its real, authentic, delicious, home-style Roman cooking. We’re gonna have some dishes that you may have heard of: cacio e pepe, pasta carbonara, and then trippa, which is a Roman specialty that’s the stomach of the cow, which is stewed and made nice and tender and delicious. (speaking […]

Why Chicken Adobo Is the Most ‘Authentic’ Filipino Dish — Halo Halo

(upbeat music) – Hi everyone, my name is Francesca, I’m on the Eater video team, usually I’m behind the camera, but today you get to hang out with me. This is something that I’ve wanted to do for a really long time, Welcome to Halo Halo. Filipinos make up the third largest Asian population in […]

Pitmaster James Woodard Is Bringing Barbecue Back to Oakland — Cooking in America

(upbeat music) – Everyone’s all exercising, making me feel– (laughter) We’re in Oakland. So in the 50s and 60s there was a big migration of African American families that came up from the south up to the west. And with that, Oakland became this scene of barbecue heaven. But as the years went by, all […]

Experimenting with a Vietnamese Short Rib Dish That’s Steamed, Grilled and Deep Fried — Prime Time

– And, we’re here. – We are here at Di An Di. And, our friend Dennis has been working on a kitchen experiment that’s about to make it onto the menu. So, we wanna come check it out before it gets there. Let’s go eat short ribs. (sighing) Dennis, thank you so much for having […]

Miami’s Favorite Haitian Restaurant Started Accidentally from a Health Food Cart — Dining on a Dime

– Everybody, welcome! We are in Little Haiti, which is a neighborhood in Miami. Where we’re going to right now is one of the best Haitian restaurants in the entire city. It’s called Naomi’s Garden. It opened originally as a catering company owned by an Israeli family, but has since become a really indispensable part […]