DIARY OF A FOODIE

Gourmet's

This multi-award-winning PBS series reinvented the food genre. There is no host; only chefs, farmers, and artisans from all over the globe telling their stories and giving us an intimate view of their culture through how and what they eat.

AWARDS

AWARDS

Winner: Emmy

Outstanding

Single-Camera Editing

Nominated: Emmy

Outstanding

Culinary Program

Winner:

NYS Broadcasters Association

Best Editing

Winner: James Beard

Best International

Culinary Program

Winner:

Cine Golden Eagle

AWARDS

¡Viva

la mesa gitana!

Long live

the gypsy table!"

-BASTIANA & SALVADORA

FLAVORS OF

FLAMENCO

FLAVORS OF

FLAMENCO

Journalist, Lisa Abend visits a family of Flamenco Gypsies, who simultaneously cook, dance and sing, and tell stories of their family history in Andalucia.

BRIEF CLIP FROM SEGMENT

We took the French coffee and Vietnamized it."

- PHAM HA

HANOI

COFFEE

CULTURE

HANOI

COFFEE

CULTURE

Coffee fanatic, Pham Ha takes us on a caffein-buzzed tour of the many coffee houses of Hanoi — each known for its unique and often strange method of preparation.

FULL SEGMENT

Street food

docu-drama"

~MARK LOWERSON

MIDNIGHT

PH

IN HANOI

MIDNIGHT

PH

IN HANOI

Australian ex-pat, Mark Lowerson decided he felt more at home in Hanoi than in Sydney. He writes a food blog called Sticky Rice, and tonight he's checking out a new after-hours phở joint... in the middle of Hanoi, in the middle of a monsoon.

FULL SEGMENT

The culture we absorbed the least was our last invaders: The British.

 

...The opposite has happened.

Now Chicken Tikka Masala is the national dish of Great Britain."

~SHOBA NARAYAN

SPICES OF

SOUTH INDIA

SPICES OF

SOUTH INDIA

Author and cook, Shoba Narayan, introduces us to the South of India, the many cultures, the Hindus, Buddhists, Moslems, and the ingredients and foods each has brought to the table.

INTRO TO SOUTH INDIA

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