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'Born And Raised''s New Podcast Is Serving Up Some Tasty Food Stories

If you grew up on your immigrant family's home cooking, you'll want to tune in.

Listen to "Born And Raised" on Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts.

Canadian children of immigrants have a lot on their plates.

Our feelings about the cherished foods we've grown up eating can be complicated, in ways that our first-generation parents don't always understand.

So who better to serve up these big food feelings than us? HuffPost Canada's new podcast mini-series, "Born And Raised: Food," explores the many ways cuisine anchors the children of immigrants to their families and identities.

Hankering for a taste? You're in luck, we've got an early bird special: check out the video above, or listen to the two newly released episodes below.

Hosted by Angelyn Francis and reporter Al Donato, each episode of "Born and Raised: Food" digs into immigrant food stories that share a common theme. You'll hear about serious beef over biryani, stinky tofu woes, a Chinese family restaurant feud, partying with injera, and much more.

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Based on the popular HuffPost Canada series that explores many facets of second-generation Canadian identity, all five episodes of "Born And Raised: Food" are coming your way soon. You can subscribe to "Born And Raised: Food" on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and on many major podcast streaming services.

▶️ Episode 1: That One Dish

▶️ Episode 2: The Family Restaurant

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