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About The Migrant Kitchen
The Migrant Kitchen
"The Migrant Kitchen" is an Emmy®-winning food series that explores Los Angeles’ booming food scene through the eyes of a new generation of chefs whose cuisine is inspired by the immigrant experience. Visit the kitchens of those who have transformed the culinary landscape of the city, combining traditional ethnic cuisines and a fusion of new flavors and techniques to make Los Angeles one of the food capitals of the world."The Migrant Kitchen" is produced in association with Life & Thyme.
61st Southern California Journalism Awards 2019 (L.A. Press Club): Lifestyle Feature (Broadcast): "The Jewish Deli"
70th Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards: Best L.A. Local Color: "Alta California"
60th Annual Southern California Journalism Awards (L.A. Press Club): Best Television/Film- Documentary (short, under 25 minutes)
69th Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards: Best L.A. Local Color: "The Migrant Kitchen 1-hour Special"
69th Los Angeles Area Emmy® Awards: Outstanding Creative Tech Crafts – Music Composition: "The Migrant Kitchen 1-hour Special"
Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts –W3 Awards — Silver Award for Online Video Best Use of Food and Beverage
2019 James Beard Foundation Awards
2018 James Beard Foundation Awards
LIFE & THYME
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