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What do you get when you put South Korean, Burmese, Indian, Filipina, and Chinese women together? Total mayhem. Simone Jacobson of Toli Moli and Thamee introduces us to “Jewnigiri.” Purple Patch’s Patrice Cleary tells us what she really thinks about Yelp reviews, DC Dosa’s Priya Ammu spills the tea about the Indian community, Smithsonian’s Crystal HyunJung Rie describes how unmarried women have expiration dates in South Korea.

[00:56] Mary shares the story of attending her first bar mitzvah.

[4:43] Simone introduces us to Burmese-Jewish cooking.

[8:13] Mary and Priya tells us how their families assimilated into American life.

[11:24] Patrice talks about a food close to her heart and opens up the challenge of a “roll-off.”

[16:43] Crystal describes the ritual of Christmas cakes in South Korea.

[25:00] Priya shares reactions from the Indian community.

[31:00] Simone says diners have a great responsibility.

[33:30] Patrice tells us what she thinks about Yelp reviews.

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