Extras

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Somewhere South

Soul Food with Mashama

Vivian heads down to Savannah, GA to visit friend and award-winning chef Mashama Bailey.

Soul Food with Mashama

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Somewhere South

A Lil TeeTee

Gullah chef BJ Dennis takes Vivian to Hannibal's a Black-owned restaurant in Charleston.

A Lil TeeTee

Video thumbnail: Somewhere South Preview: Porridge for the Soul

Somewhere South

Preview: Porridge for the Soul

At a dinner for Edna Lewis, Vivian honors African American contributions to Southern food.

Preview: Porridge for the Soul

Video thumbnail: Somewhere South West Virginia's Famed Pepperoni Roll

Somewhere South

West Virginia's Famed Pepperoni Roll

Vivian learns just how significant the pepperoni roll is to West Virginia's history.

West Virginia's Famed Pepperoni Roll

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Somewhere South

The Historic Journey of the Hand Pie

Vivian meets food scholar Sandra Gutierrez to learn about empanadas.

The Historic Journey of the Hand Pie

Video thumbnail: Somewhere South Preview: American as Hand Pie

Somewhere South

Preview: American as Hand Pie

As Vivian tries to mass produce hand pies, she learns the history of this food.

Preview: American as Hand Pie

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Somewhere South

Mexico Meets the South at the North Carolina Farmers Market

Oscar Diaz takes Vivian on a shopping tour at the North Carolina State Farmers Market.

Mexico Meets the South at the North Carolina Farmers Market

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