We Are What We Eat: Asian Americans and Food
An ambivalence towards the food of our immigrant parents was part of a proxy battle we waged as a second-generation trying to carve out our identity turf.
Off the Menu: About the Filmmakers
Meet the filmmakers behind the documentary, Off the Menu: Asian America, airing on PBS in December 2015.
Q&A with Off the Menu Director Grace Lee
Read an interview with Grace Lee who is the director of Off the Menu airing on PBS in December 2015.
Martha Bakes Recipes
Off the Menu: Find the Schedule in Your Area
Off the Menu: Asian America on PBS grapples with how everything shapes our relationship to food. Find the TV schedule.
Season 3, Episode 10: Gone Clamming, Part I
Vivian heads to the Charleston’s Wine and Food Festival, the South’s premiere gathering of chefs and foodies.
Episode 10: The Final
Just three challenges lie between the three finalists and the trophy.
Season 3, Episode 11: Gone Clamming, Part II
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When I cook this soup the peas never get soft, even after hours of cooking.Why?
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I used watch Martha Stewart cooking program on PBS but ever since she has been calling Persian Gulf Arabian Gulf only because the program is sponsered by Qatar airlines I stopped watching the program. Arab like to claim everything as it was theirs.
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