No Passport Required
01/27/2020 | 54m 41s | WETA Passport
Host Marcus Samuelsson visits Houston to learn more about food and community in the Nigerian and greater West African diaspora. Centered around the large Nigerian population but also focused on Senegalese, Ghanaian, and other West African cultures, the episode explores how West African immigrants preserve recipes and food traditions and re-contextualize them in the Houston dining scene.
Aired: 01/27/20 |
Extras From This Episode
Preview: 01/27/2020 | 30s
Chef Jonathan "Jonny" Rhodes at Restaurant Indigo
Clip: 11/23/2019 | 3m 46s
James and Jolly Onobun at Jolly Jolly Bakery
Clip: 11/23/2019 | 2m 7s
02/17/2020 | 54m 41s | WETA Passport
02/10/2020 | 52m 4s | WETA Passport
02/03/2020 | 54m 41s | WETA Passport
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