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Korean Eating African Food For The First Time | 어서와 아프리카 음식은 처음이지?

we met up with a friend who is also a youtuber to try out african jollof rice for the first time and to know about his reaction 저희가 유투버인 친구를 직접 만나서 아프리카 음식을 먹여봤는데 리액션이 어떤지 궁금하지 않으신가요? 궁금하다면 바로 영상으로 고고~~ ddaji’s channel DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE

Binging with Babish: Eggs Woodhouse for Good

Eggs Woodhouse is the impossibly indulgent dish prepared for spoiled superspy Sterling Archer by his faithful butler, Woodhouse. Will these decadent ingredients sing together in harmony outside the cartoon world? Recipe: Music: “Cream on Chrome” by Ratatat Okay so I’m making this ultra-decadent, hyper-expensive treat known as Eggs Woodhouse, traditionally prepared for self-involved superspy Sterling Archer by his faithful butler, Woodhouse. It doesn’t feel right eating such an opulent dish on camera when so many families are without the most basic necessities and comforts this holiday season – so I want to use this opportunity to generate resources for an incredible nonprofit, Hour Children. I had the pleasure of creating a video profile of Sister Tesa Fitzgerald, the Executive Director of Hour Children, for a humanitarian prize she received in 2014. Hour Children is a not-for-profit agency that works primarily with mothers recently released from prison, and features a food pantry where members of the community can receive the help they need to provide nutritious meals for their families. Of the women assisted, 84% have …

Cooking the Lost History of Pan African Cuisine with Japanese Breakfast & JJ Johnson

In this episode of Close To Home, Michelle sits down with J.J. Johnson, the James Beard award-winning chef of Henry at Life Hotel in NYC, to talk about the African diaspora’s effects on global cuisine. J.J. makes food through a Pan-African lens, bringing together centuries of unwritten cultural interactions from all over the world on a single table. In this series, 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. Subscribe to Munchies here: All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site: Check out for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: Pinterest: Foursquare: More videos from the VICE network:

Best Universities in South Africa

Looking for the Best Universities in South Africa? Here are the top Universities in South Africa and their names. This list of universities in south Africa provides an idea of which south African Universities to chose from should you are looking for admission in colleges in South Africa. Top on the list is the University of Cape Town.

Black Chefs On The Tradition Of Juneteenth And Need For Diversity In The Food Industry | NBC News

Ahead of Juneteenth, a holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America, Black-owned restaurants and services are highlighting the underrepresented tradition of Black cooking and advocating for increased diversity in restaurant kitchens. » Subscribe to NBC News: » Watch more NBC video: NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that deliver compelling, diverse and engaging news stories. NBC News Digital features NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, TODAY.com, Nightly News, Meet the Press, Dateline, and the existing apps and digital extensions of these respective properties. We deliver the best in breaking news, live video coverage, original journalism and segments from your favorite NBC News Shows. Connect with NBC News Online! NBC News App: Breaking News Alerts: Visit NBCNews.Com: Find NBC News on Facebook: Follow NBC News on Twitter: Follow NBC News on Instagram: Black Chefs On The Tradition Of Juneteenth And Need For Diversity In The Food Industry | NBC News