Somewhere South: Episodes - PBS Food

Somewhere South: Episodes

Host and award-winning chef Vivian Howard takes viewers on a culinary tour of the South through cross-cultural dishes that appear on every neighbor’s table.

Episodes

  • Somewhere South: American as Hand Pie American as Hand Pie As Vivian tries to mass produce hand pies, she learns the historical ties between this convenience food, labor and migration.
  • Somewhere South: Porridge for the Soul Porridge for the Soul At a dinner honoring Edna Lewis, Vivian gives porridge the royal treatment and honors African American contributions to Southern food.
  • Somewhere South: Dumpling Dilemma Dumpling Dilemma Vivian quickly learns that while dumplings are hard to define, they stretch our ingredients and our imagination.
  • Somewhere South: What a Pickle What a Pickle Vivian ponders how so many meals are brightened by pickles, including achaar, kimchi and escabeche.
  • Somewhere South:It’s a Greens Thing It’s a Greens Thing Vivian travels from North Carolina to Georgia to learn the roots of Southern hospitality and the goodness greens provide.
  • Somewhere South: How Do You ‘Cue? How Do You ‘Cue? Vivian knows North Carolina whole hog barbecue but trips to Florida and Texas expands her idea of what barbecue is and how it’s done.

 

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