roadfood

For over 40 years, ROADFOOD has been America's anthropologist of regional culture through local dishes. In 2021, ROADFOOD will team up with TV star Misha Collins as he explores American culture, diversity, and regional communities through the iconic dishes that define our country.

Showing airdates for Roadfood from Tuesday, May. 17 to Tuesday, May. 24

Phoenix, AZ: Frybread

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5:30 pmTuesday, May. 17202217:30:002022-05-17 17:30:00
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For many Indigenous people, frybread is a dish with a complicated and controversial past: it is a symbol of perseverance and pain, but also a part of their culinary story. Now, some tribal members in Arizona are finding that looking back is the best way forward -- reconnecting with the foods, traditions and ceremonies that tie them to their ancestors and help their communities thrive.

Phoenix, AZ: Frybread

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7:30 pmTuesday, May. 17202219:30:002022-05-17 19:30:00
Show Episode Info

For many Indigenous people, frybread is a dish with a complicated and controversial past: it is a symbol of perseverance and pain, but also a part of their culinary story. Now, some tribal members in Arizona are finding that looking back is the best way forward -- reconnecting with the foods, traditions and ceremonies that tie them to their ancestors and help their communities thrive.

Phoenix, AZ: Frybread

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11:00 pmTuesday, May. 17202223:00:002022-05-17 23:00:00
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For many Indigenous people, frybread is a dish with a complicated and controversial past: it is a symbol of perseverance and pain, but also a part of their culinary story. Now, some tribal members in Arizona are finding that looking back is the best way forward -- reconnecting with the foods, traditions and ceremonies that tie them to their ancestors and help their communities thrive.

Greenville, MS: Tamales

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5:30 pmWednesday, May. 18202217:30:002022-05-18 17:30:00
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Invented during the Great Depression as a way to offset the cost of beef, the onion fried burger has become a beloved staple of El Reno, Oklahoma. On Route 66 and known as the Crossroads of America, this small town has big personality, and the restaurants serving this iconic dish have served as the heartbeat of the community through all of the ups and downs.

Greenville, MS: Tamales

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7:30 pmWednesday, May. 18202219:30:002022-05-18 19:30:00
Show Episode Info

Invented during the Great Depression as a way to offset the cost of beef, the onion fried burger has become a beloved staple of El Reno, Oklahoma. On Route 66 and known as the Crossroads of America, this small town has big personality, and the restaurants serving this iconic dish have served as the heartbeat of the community through all of the ups and downs.

Greenville, MS: Tamales

Create TV

11:00 pmWednesday, May. 18202223:00:002022-05-18 23:00:00
Show Episode Info

Invented during the Great Depression as a way to offset the cost of beef, the onion fried burger has become a beloved staple of El Reno, Oklahoma. On Route 66 and known as the Crossroads of America, this small town has big personality, and the restaurants serving this iconic dish have served as the heartbeat of the community through all of the ups and downs.

Detroit, MI: Collard Greens / Soul Food

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2:30 pmFriday, May. 20202214:30:002022-05-20 14:30:00
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As African Americans migrated from the south up to Detroit, they brought their culture, traditions and cuisine with them. Collard greens, a soul food staple, tells the story of how African Americans have shaped and continue to shape the Motor City, one farm and one restaurant at a time.

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