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Southern Louisiana: Gumbo

Originally from Louisiana, gumbo has evolved by drawing from French, American, Spanish and Caribbean influences. (30 minutes)

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Fri, 6/14 at 8:00 pm on Austin PBS Create

NYC/Little Dominican Republic: Tres Golpes

Exploring the vibrant community of Little Dominica in Washington Heights, whose cuisine includes camarones al horno, chicharrons, tres golpes and mangu. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/14 at 8:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Rhode Island: Calamari

The calamari industry in Rhode Island. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/14 at 9:00 pm on Austin PBS Create

Chicago, IL: BBQ

The influence of Black culture in Chicago, from jazz and blues to South Side BBQ -- a style of barbecue found in only a handful of Chicago restaurants. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/14 at 9:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Brownsville, TX: Tacos

On the border of Mexico and the U.S., Brownsville, Texas, boasts some of the best tacos in America; the town is also a place where border politics have direct and immediate consequences. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/14 at 10:00 pm on Austin PBS Create

Detroit, MI: Collard Greens; Soul Food

Collard greens, a soul food staple, tells the story of how Blacks shape the city of Detroit, one farm and one restaurant at a time. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/14 at 10:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Eastern Shore, VA: Oysters and Crabs

Tangier Island, a fishing village sinking into the ocean; aquafarmers supply the country with shellfish; oysters and crabs tell the story of a region shaped by geographic, climate and cultural change. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/14 at 11:00 pm on Austin PBS Create

Southern Louisiana: Gumbo

Originally from Louisiana, gumbo has evolved by drawing from French, American, Spanish and Caribbean influences. (30 minutes)

Fri, 6/14 at 11:30 pm on Austin PBS Create

Phoenix, AZ: Frybread

Arizona tribal members reconnect with their ancestral roots through food, including frybread, traditions and ceremonies. (30 minutes)

Sat, 6/15 at 12:00 am on Austin PBS Create

Oklahoma/Route 66: The Onion Fried Burger

Since the Great Depression, the onion fried burger has been a staple of El Reno, Okla. (30 minutes)

Sat, 6/15 at 12:30 am on Austin PBS Create

Los Angeles: The Acai Bowl

The acai bowl and the plant-based food movement in Los Angeles. (30 minutes)

Sat, 6/15 at 10:00 am on Austin PBS Create

Chicago, IL: BBQ

The influence of Black culture in Chicago, from jazz and blues to South Side BBQ -- a style of barbecue found in only a handful of Chicago restaurants. (30 minutes)

Sat, 6/15 at 10:30 am on Austin PBS Create

Brownsville, TX: Tacos

On the border of Mexico and the U.S., Brownsville, Texas, boasts some of the best tacos in America; the town is also a place where border politics have direct and immediate consequences. (30 minutes)