Extras

Video thumbnail: Off the Menu Trailer

Off the Menu

Trailer

Off the Menu explores how our relationship to food reflects our evolving communities.

Trailer

Video thumbnail: Off the Menu Oak Creek, Wisconsin

Off the Menu

Oak Creek, Wisconsin

Women from a Sikh temple prepare for langar, a communal meal that is integral to the faith

Oak Creek, Wisconsin

Video thumbnail: Off the Menu New York: The Nom Wah Egg Roll

Off the Menu

New York: The Nom Wah Egg Roll

Wilson Tang from Nom Wah Tea Parlor talks about what makes their egg roll unique.

New York: The Nom Wah Egg Roll

Video thumbnail: Off the Menu New York, featuring Fung Tu Restaurant

Off the Menu

New York, featuring Fung Tu Restaurant

Owners of the critically acclaimed restaurant introduce the identity behind their cuisine.

New York, featuring Fung Tu Restaurant

Video thumbnail: Off the Menu Houston: How to Eat Crawfish

Off the Menu

Houston: How to Eat Crawfish

Houston food writer Jenny Wang shows us how to eat Vietnamese-style crawfish.

Houston: How to Eat Crawfish

Video thumbnail: Off the Menu Houston, featuring Banyan Food Co.

Off the Menu

Houston, featuring Banyan Food Co.

At Houston's Banyan Foods, it's not just about making tofu.

Houston, featuring Banyan Food Co.

Video thumbnail: Off the Menu Hawai'i: K?ko?o ??iwi's taro farm

Off the Menu

Hawai'i: K?ko?o ??iwi's taro farm

Much of Hawai’i’s food is imported but this farm uses sustainable agriculture practices.

Hawai'i: K?ko?o ??iwi's taro farm

Video thumbnail: Off the Menu Hawai'i, featuring the Kawelos

Off the Menu

Hawai'i, featuring the Kawelos

Hi'ilei Kawelo talks about food, manaa, and family luaus.

Hawai'i, featuring the Kawelos

Support for PBS.org provided by: