In this Newsy original series, we travel the country — from the border towns of Texas to Dearborn, Michigan — to uncover the deliciously rich stories behind the foods we love.
Since The First Thanksgiving, American Food Has Been Immigrant FoodBy Noor Tagouri | November 17, 2016
In this episode of "Americanize Me," we head to Plymouth to learn the immigrant history of the Thanksgiving dinner.
This Family Built A Cashew Chicken Empire In Southwest MissouriBy Kate Grumke | November 3, 2016
The Leong family wanted to appeal to Missouri tastes, so they combined fried chicken and Chinese food.
Americans Have Italian Food All WrongBy Noor Tagouri | October 27, 2016
Italian food has become a huge part of American culture, but our visit to this NYC restaurant shows we've had it wrong all this time.
Drag It Through The Garden: The Chicago Hot Dog's Immigrant HistoryBy Christian Bryant, Ben Schamisso | October 20, 2016
In this episode of "Americanize Me," we're in the Windy City to learn more about the immigrant history behind the Chicago-style hot dog.
How A Syrian Man Used Food To Connect To His New Home In TennesseeBy Noor Tagouri | October 13, 2016
We're getting a taste of the melting pot and exploring the stories behind our multicultural food in the Newsy original series "Americanize Me."
How Middle Eastern Bakeries Found A Place In America's Rust BeltBy Noor Tagouri | October 6, 2016
We're getting a taste of the melting pot and exploring the stories behind our multicultural food in the Newsy original series Americanize Me.
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