Eat the Nation follows chef and food writer Ching-He Huang as she sets sail on an epic American adventure exploring the food and traditions from every corner of the country while befriending some colorful locals along the way.
- imDb Rating: ( Votes)
- Total Seasons:
Episode 1x1; Nov 24, 2015
Follow chef and food writer Ching-He Huang as she sets sail on an epic American adventure exploring the food and traditions from every corner of the country while befriending some colorful locals along the way.
Ching-He Huang as Ching-He Huang
Recent Newsvia NewsAPI
View More Related News
|Ching-He Huang||as Ching-He Huang|
Thursday's Best Deals: Dell QHD Monitor, Home Depot Fire Safety, Athletic Shorts, and More
A really nice Dell computer monitor, safety gear to keep you alive in a fire, and cheap-as-hell athletic Amazon Essentials shorts. Read more...
A really nice Dell computer monitor, safety gear to keep you alive in a fire, and cheap-as-hell athletic Amazon Essentials shorts. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Right now you can pick up this Dell 32" monitor for just $… [+41285 chars]
'It's a dominatrix with an onion'
The land that brought you Hello Kitty has been hiding a few skeletons in its closet…
Image copyrightGetty Images When the mascots of the 2019 Rugby World Cup had their big reveal on Twitter, the reaction was well, mixed: "Is it supposed to be a cat?" "Rugby mascot should be burly, surly, and have a pint." "I'll send you my therapist's bil… [+6535 chars]
Special Report: Khmer Riche - How relatives and allies of Cambodia's leader amassed wealth overseas
Cambodia's long-ruling prime minister, Hun Sen, had gathered athletes at his imposing office for a televised pep talk. "I don't want to mention politics," he began quietly.
NICOSIA/LONDON (Reuters) - Cambodia’s long-ruling prime minister, Hun Sen, had gathered athletes at his imposing office for a televised pep talk. “I don’t want to mention politics,” he began quietly. But he couldn’t help himself. It was December 2017. The m… [+18729 chars]
6 things to know about Peter Weber, the commercial airline pilot who was just named the next 'Bachelor' star
Former " Bachelorette " contestant and pilot Peter Weber was just named the next Bachelor. Weber, who was the third runner-up on Hannah Brown's season of "The Bachelorette," quickly became a fan-favorite for his honesty and kindness. He also caused quite a st…
Greta Thunberg isn’t the only trailblazing young climate leader. Activists from the Amazon to Nigeria share their ideas for battling the climate crisis.
The first UN Youth Climate Summit gathered hundreds of young people from around the world at the United Nations, including Greta Thunberg. The young people hailed from spots around the globe like Nigeria, Austria, the Marshall Islands, and Mauritius. They all…
What do you do to fight climate change? I'm a musician and a global prison ambassador. I set up my prison advocacy when I was 23 years old, using music as a tool for reformation. Due to climate change, there's a lot of migration going on. And when there … [+2449 chars]
From avocados to pumpkins, here are 28 foods we could lose if all the world's bees went extinct
Most crops that provide the food we eat require pollination, and honeybees are a crucial pollinator. Honeybees and other species of bee are under threat from the use of pesticides, climate change, and other factors. One thing you can do to support bee populat…
We all have a vested interest in saving the bees. Most plants, including fruits and vegetables, need the help of pollinators, like bees, birds, and beetles, to continue their life cycle and grow fruit. Bees get a lot of attention here for two reasons: They… [+1175 chars]
Indigenous teen Autumn Peltier addresses UN: ‘We can’t eat money, or drink oil’ - The Globe and Mail
Indigenous teen Autumn Peltier addresses UN: ‘We can’t eat money, or drink oil’ The Globe and Mail Indigenous water activist Autumn Peltier speaks at UN sustainability forum National Post We can't 'drink oil' Indigenous water activist tells UN CTV News Water …
Chief Water Commissioner Autumn Peltier addresses the Global Landscapes Forum, at the United Nations, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019. Richard Drew/The Associated Press Indigenous water activist Autumn Peltier addressed hundreds of international guests at UN head… [+2097 chars]
Game Recap -2.0: Edmonton Oilers at Calgary (9/28/2019) - Oilers Nation
Game Recap -2.0: Edmonton Oilers at Calgary (9/28/2019) Oilers Nation View full coverage on Google News
Rieder AND Lucic. Lol. Final Score: 3-2 Flames Anybody else pumped to finally make it through the preseason? These two weeks always seem like a haul, ya know? Before getting to tonight’s game, I first think we should all take a minute to congratulate ourselv… [+6113 chars]
‘We Should Pick the Low-Hanging Fruit First.’ Bill Clinton Wades Into the Democratic Party’s Health Care Debate
Amid widening divisions in the Democratic Party over the future of health care policy, former President Bill Clinton waded into the debate, saying the nation is “at a crossroads” on health care reform and “we should pick the low hanging fruit first.” “The pro…
Amid widening divisions in the Democratic Party over the future of health care policy, former President Bill Clinton waded into the debate, saying the nation is “at a crossroads” on health care reform and “we should pick the low hanging fruit first.” “The pr… [+2535 chars]
Among the believers in North Korea's 'holy land'
The North is avowedly atheist, with its own Juche ideology proclaiming that "Man is the master of all things", but quasi-religious terminology abounds at Mount Paektu, a dormant volcano straddling the border with China. It has long been considered the spiritu…
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's father and predecessor is said to have been born in a simple wooden hut on the slopes of a sacred mountain, and guide Kim Un Sim has no doubts: "Welcome to our holy land." The North is avowedly atheist, with its own Juche id… [+4858 chars]
Poland's Kaczynski steps out of shadows to mobilize rural vote
Long cast as a reclusive backstage strategist, Poland's conservative chief Jaroslaw Kaczynski is testing out a new role as charismatic leader as he campaigns to mobilize the rural vote ahead of Sunday's parliamentary election. Opinion polls show that Kaczynsk…
By Justyna Pawlak and Anna Wlodarczak-Semczuk WARSAW (Reuters) - Long cast as a reclusive backstage strategist, Poland's conservative chief Jaroslaw Kaczynski is testing out a new role as charismatic leader as he campaigns to mobilize the rural vote ahead of… [+4822 chars]
'Everybody cries here': Hope and despair in Mexican shelter
Long after midnight, when the heat has finally relented and the walled courtyard is scattered with men sleeping in the open, someone begins to sob. Is it the Ugandan bodybuilder who came here fleeing political violence? This story is part of an occasional ser…
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (AP) Long after midnight, when the heat has finally relented and the walled courtyard is scattered with men sleeping in the open, someone begins to sob. The sound is quiet, muffled. The only light comes from streetlights shimmering abov… [+22992 chars]
California Governor Signs Bill Barring Most Animals From Circuses and Banning the Sale of New Fur
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation Saturday on the sale and manufacture of new fur products and bar most animals from circus performances.
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — California will ban the sale and manufacture of new fur products and bar most animals from circus performances under a pair of bills signed Saturday by Gov. Gavin Newsom. Under the first-in-the-nation fur law, residents will no longer … [+3589 chars]
'Going green' means big bucks for corporations, but a lot of these campaigns are bunk
These non-GMO promises sound nice, but they don't mean much for the health of your family.
These non-GMO promises sound nice, but they don't mean much for the health of your family. Last week, I pulled up behind a local taxi that labeled itself a green cab. Yet the car itself appeared to be a late-'90s Ford Taurus, produced well before electric or… [+4848 chars]
Trump's unmatched sleaze: Grifters, women, trampling Constitution and now G-7 at Doral
We've never had a president like Donald Trump. He falls into every single sleaze category, from women to profiteering to attacking the Bill of Rights.
We've never had a president like Donald Trump. He falls into every single sleaze category, from women to profiteering to attacking the Bill of Rights. Weve had presidents who were used by members of their own family for personal gain, like Ulysses S. Grant. … [+7735 chars]
Monument to women, playground scare, Dali theft: News from around our 50 states
Officers want Florida man to stop calling about stolen weed, climbers prove Trump wrong on border wall with Kentucky replica, and more
Alabama Birmingham: The National Park Service has named a superintendent to oversee new civil rights historical sites in Birmingham and Anniston. The federal agency says Kris Butcher will take over at the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument and the Fre… [+44201 chars]
Disney Skyliner, Mark Twain, moose decline: News from around our 50 states
Moon jellyfish swarm off Alaska, Utah woman injured by charging bison, and more
Alabama Birmingham: Alabama Power said its reducing water releases from its hydroelectric dams because of a drought affecting the state. The move is intended to prevent lakes from shrinking too much. But a statement from the utility said that without rain, w… [+46925 chars]
Chicken plants lured them. Feds jailed them. How Mississippi's immigration crisis unfolded
Many of the undocumented immigrants have helped build poultry into Mississippi's richest agricultural commodity.
We been spending our life here, and were helping this country, like the president says, to be great. Sarah Warnock, Clarion Ledger Story Highlights
- Undocumented workers were considered acceptable to state's economy
- Fake IDs easy to get, ev… [+17416 chars]
Trash for pigs, Unabomber cabin, weighty avocado: News from around our 50 states
Memphis’ storied Antenna Club gets historical recognition, police get five rappers dropped from fest lineup in New York, and more
Alabama Decatur: A new, $21 million aerospace facility has opened. The Huntsville-based Dynetics will use the center in Decatur to assist with the design, construction and testing of large structures in one place. The company marked the opening last week. Th… [+43389 chars]
Gonerfest, purple haze from Russia, Chaco chocolate: News from around our 50 states
Aurora survivors ask ‘Joker’ distributor to back gun reform, University of Kentucky accused of Title IX violation, and more
Alabama Martin Luther King Jr.s desk in his study at the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church parsonage in Montgomery, Ala. A new project is highlighting some of the places in Alabama that played a role in the civil rights movement, including Kings par… [+44650 chars]