Food In Two Worlds


Greenmarket Sellers Bring 'Mother' Country Tastes to Union Square

Monday, July 30, 2012

Whether you're looking for Jersey tomatoes, apples from upstate New York, or fresh fish caught off Long Island, you'll find it at the Union Square Greenmarket, the center of New York's regional food scene. And chances are the person selling you the food is an immigrant.

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Kitchen Door Opens to Haitian Men

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Just 10 years ago, few Haitian males who thought it was acceptable for a man to cook. Most went from being fed by their mothers to being fed by their wives. But for some, moving to the US shook up the traditional structure.

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Food in Two Worlds: Treats Truck Offers Passover Goodies

Thursday, April 05, 2012

Kim Ima’s Treats Truck offers sweets that are "kosher" for Passover not just once a year, but all year-round. Try a recipe for the Apple Passover Cake that has become a foundation of her Treats Truck here.

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Nutritionists Cater Healthy Eating Programs to Immigrants

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Listen to the latest Food in Two Worlds podcast to learn about the latest efforts to encourage immigrant communities in New York City to eat healthier.

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Food in Two Worlds: Adoration of the Maggi

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

What is the power of Maggi, and why does it dominate immigrant kitchens? Listen to the latest Food In Two Worlds podcast to learn how this iconic seasoning is viewed in Nigeria, Burundi, the Philippines and Austria.

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Jackson Heights: Serving Up the Flavors of South Asia

Monday, November 07, 2011

The blocks around the Roosevelt Avenue subway stop in Jackson Heights, Queens offer a culinary tour of South Asia. Listen to a recent trip Food in Two Worlds took with some of the people behind the neighborhood's booming food scene.



A Filipino Kitchen Pops Up in the East Village

Monday, October 10, 2011

The first episode in a new Food In Two Worlds podcast features Maharlika Filipino Moderno, a Filipino pop-up restaurant in Manhattan's East Village.

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