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Chef’s Night Out with Jaime Pesaque, Erik Ramirez, and Virgilio Martinez

In this episode of Chef’s Night Out, some of Peru’s most famous chefs—Jaime Pesaque of MAYTA and Virgilio Martínez of Central—hit the streets of Lima with Erik Ramirez of Llama Inn. They start the night off with eucalyptus-smoked cocktails at MAYTA, then venture further down Avenida La Mar, a street known for its vast number of restaurants, where they make a stop at José Del Castillo’s restaurant Las Reyes for small bites and Pisco sours. They finish the night off with Nikkei food at Māketto, street-side anticuchos, and live music…

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How to Make Radish Prosciutto with Will Horowitz

Will Horowitz of Ducks Eatery stopped by the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen to show us how to transform watermelon radishes into a vegan alternative to bresaola. After brining, smoking, and dehydrating the radishes, the result is smoky, salty, and slightly sweet flesh. Thinly sliced, it’s the perfect addition to a simple salad. Check out the recipe for Smoked Radishes here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/vb95gb/watermelon-radish-prosciutto-recipe and the recipe for Watermelon Radish “Prosciutto” and Melon Salad here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/vb99a8/watermelon-prosciutto-and-melon-salad-recipe Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site: https://video.vice.com/en_us/channel/munchies Hungry?…

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Grilling Yakitori Over Japanese Charcoal – Open Fire

Welcome to Open Fire, where we explore the various ways different cultures cook over live fire, as our host Cara Nicoletti, a fourth-generation butcher, learns the craft, practice, and philosophy of each dish. In this episode, Cara visits Yakitori Tora in NYC to learn how to cook yakitori, or Japanese chicken skewers, over charcoal imported from Japan which lends a distinct smokiness to each dish. Popular skewers include chicken thighs, livers, hearts, and more. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site:…

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24 Hours as a Navy Ship Line Cook – A Frank Experience

Welcome to A Frank Experience, where Frank Pinello of ‘The Pizza Show’ explores large-scale dining experiences and delves into what exactly it takes to feed a ton of people. In this episode, Frank celebrates Fleet Week with the Navy on the USS New York. Frank takes a chopper to the ship to see where they keep the thousands of pounds of food needed to feed the sailors and to do his best grilling catfish, slicing prime rib, manning the egg station, and cooking burgers. By the time the ship passes…

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Pork Chops and Pizzas Cooked With Open Fire at Marta

Welcome to Open Fire, where we explore the various ways different cultures cook over live fire, as our host Cara Nicoletti, a fourth-generation butcher, learns the craft, practice, and philosophy of each dish. This episode features Chef Lena Ciardullo from New York’s Marta as she grills and smokes a heritage pork chop, makes a grilled puntarelle salad with a smoked onion dressing, and wood-fires a three-mushroom pizza. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site: https://video.vice.com/en_us/channel/munchies Check out http://munchies.tv for more! Follow…

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The Dollar Tamale Queen of New York – Street Food Icons

Evelia Coyotzi has been selling dollar tamales in Corona, Queens since 2001. Her team starts every day around 9 PM, cooking through the night, so that by 4 AM, they’re outside the Junction Boulevard subway stop selling her tamales. Originally from Tlaxcala, Mexico, Evelia makes a large variety of tamales, like tamales con rajas, mole, pollo verde, Oaxacan tamales and more, which she sells for $1-2 apiece out of a pushcart. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site: https://video.vice.com/en_us/channel/munchies Check out…

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A 10 Course Steak Omakase Cooked at Your Table – Open Fire

Welcome to Open Fire, where we explore the various ways different cultures cook over live fire, as our host Cara Nicoletti, a fourth-generation butcher, learns the craft, practice, and philosophy of each dish. In this episode, Cara visits chef David Shim of COTE, a Korean-American steakhouse in New York City that serves a steak omakase that features A5 Wagyu, a 45-day aged rib-eye, and a 100-day aged steak, as well as marinated short ribs and more. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release a full week early on…

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Building a 200lb Meat Trompo for Tacos – Open Fire

Welcome to Open Fire, where we explore the various ways different cultures cook over live fire. Our host Cara Nicoletti, a fourth-generation butcher, chef and author, learns the craft, practice, and philosophy of each dish and the stories of the people cooking them. In this episode, we learn how Los Tacos No. 1 in New York City builds its famous trompo with layers of adobo-marinated pork shoulder that’s then shaved off and stacked high on homemade tortillas for one of the city’s best tacos. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All…

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Nikkei is a Japanese-Peruvian Mashup Born From Migration – Close To Home

In Close to Home, Michelle Zauner, an author and the singer of Japanese Breakfast, explores the results of migration on cuisine, and the personal experiences and community that are tied into the merging of food cultures. As cooks try to replicate familiar dishes in foreign homes, they rely on what’s around them. But by tying in techniques, ingredients, and sensory memories from their places of origin, they create new, hybrid cuisines. In this episode, Michelle meets with Mina Newman, executive chef of Sen Sakana in NYC, to talk about Nikkei…

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How One Food Truck Gives a Sense of Home – Street Food Icons

At Divine Flavored Nigerian Food Truck, Godshelter and Bisola Oluwalogbon serve Nigerian cuisine outside the Nigerian Consulate in Midtown Manhattan. Their most popular dish is their goat meat jolloff rice, but they also make local specialities like moimoi, gizzdodo, efo elegusi, and peppered snail. Godshelter and Bisola grew up in Nigeria, and after meeting in Brooklyn in 2006, they started catering to the consulate out of their minivan. They’ve since expanded to a brick-and-mortar location and two food trucks. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release a full…

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