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Food As Art

Today, what we watch can be just as appetizing as what we eat. From the Korean art of mukbang to viral sensations, artists both amateur and professional are using food as their medium of choice. Being a foodie today is just as likely to happen in a 24/7 Korean spa as it is in a restaurant.

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Andy Ricker, a carpenter-turned-chef from Portland, Oregon, is known for bringing "authentic" Thai food to America.
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This episode visits New York and Los Angeles, home to the two largest Korean populations in the United States.
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