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Host Misha Collins hits the highways and byways of America, exploring uniquely American dishes in each episode of Roadfood: Discovering America One Dish at a Time. Meeting local cooks, pit-masters, bakers and proprietors of local eating establishments, Misha explores the roots of each dish. He also meets and talk with locals who savor the dish to learn about their community, history, and values.

The story of the calamari industry is surprisingly rich in Rhode Island.
Portuguese immigrants wove their culture into New Bedford, MA, -- including their cuisine.
Misha Collins travels into his own backyard to discover the açai bowl.
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