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Family Ingredients is a journey where host Ed Kenney highlights a simple dish and family.
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Anela Marie Kawehikulaonalani Evans shares the love and respect she has for her island.
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Laulau, a traditional Hawaiian dish, is usually made with pork or chicken.
Clip: S2 Ep6 | 3m 22s
We cherish our kupuna, our elders. They are the keepers of all the stories.
Clip: S2 Ep6 | 2m 15s
What does it take to make high quality Vietnamese rice noodles?
Clip: S2 Ep5 | 2m 34s
Slow roasted crispy pork belly, Vietnamese style. Delicious!
Clip: S2 Ep5 | 1m 33s
Looking for sweets? Watch the incredible process of making che lam.
Clip: S2 Ep5 | 2m 42s
We continue our journey in Vietnam by visiting a historical village for the Le family.
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Duck noodle soup is an example of how Chinese food has evolved in Vietnam.
Clip: S2 Ep4 | 2m 55s
Join Hawai‘i chefs Ed Kenney and Andrew Le when they discover the complexity of pho.
Clip: S2 Ep4 | 3m 45s
What brings families together? Stories exchanged over a steaming, hot bowl of pho.
Clip: S2 Ep4 | 2m 24s
Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
Andrew Le travels to Vietnam to connect with his family roots.
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Different varieties of fiddlehead fern are used in traditional Ojibwe and Hawaiian dishes.
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Hawai‘i chef Ed Kenney visits the Lac Courtes Oreilles Community College in Wisconsin.
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Valerie Kaneshiro was raised on the La Courte Oreilles Ojibwe reservation in Wisconsin.
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Tashia Hart is part of an emerging food movement of young Native American chefs.
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Sheldon Simeon finds it easy to shine the light on traditional Filipino dishes.
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Chefs Ed Kenney and Sheldon Simeon learn how to cook pinapaitan.
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Ed Kenney and Sheldon Simeon shop at the Baguio Market in the Philippines.
Clip: S2 Ep2 | 2m 12s
Chefs Ed Kenney and Sheldon Simeon go on a tricycle ride!
Clip: S2 Ep2 | 53s
Chefs Ed Kenney and Sheldon Simeon meet young poets who are preserving their culture.
Clip: S2 Ep2 | 2m 49s
Chef Ed Kenney and, singer-songwriter, Jack Johnson take some time to have fun.
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Ed Kenney visits Jack Johnson to talk about Jackʻs fondest memories tied to smoked fish.
Clip: S2 Ep1 | 2m 49s
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Chef Ed Kenney and, singer-songwriter, Jack Johnson visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Clip: S2 Ep1 | 1m 28s