These Restaurants Will Take You Places: Hmong Dishes in Minnesota, Brooklyn Kolaches, and Pancakes in Paris


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In this episode, host Wil Fulton profiles a handful of restaurants dedicated to serving regional favorites and "traditional" recipes in "new" surroundings. We speak with Chef Yia Vang (Union Hmong Kitchen) on cooking Hmong dishes in Minnesota, writer and restauraneuer Craig Carlson on opening an American diner (Breakfast in America) in the heart of Paris, along with two Brooklyn restaurants, Dog Day Afternoon and Brooklyn Kolache, who have brought beloved regional American staples to a new market. Learn more about your ad-choices at See for privacy information.

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