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Roadfood with Misha Collins- Behind the scenes: Little Dominican Republic

Celebrate our second episode of Roadfood with Misha Collins.  Here you will see pictures and videos from Behind the Scenes with Misha and the crew as they tour through Little Dominican Republic in New York City.  We had an incredible time eating an abundance of Tres Golpes, the “three hits” and Habichuelas con dulce, a sweet and creamy Dominican desert.   In addition, the crew also enjoyed absorbing the sounds, smells and visuals of this vibrant community.  Enjoy this Behind the Scenes video!

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6 Responses to “Roadfood with Misha Collins- Behind the scenes”

Sally Cremeans

June 9th, 2022

Really enjoy watching your show you’re interactions with people is fun and your reactions to the food you try is also interesting ! You have a great personality . good show, thank you for quality TV. Sally

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Claudia Rodriguez

May 19th, 2022

I love the show, and Misha Collins is so down to earth, you feel like he puts everyone around him at ease and everyone is not putting on an act. Please keep the show going, and stick with Misha as your host!!

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Ellen Martinez

January 23rd, 2022

This is my new favorite show. Misha Collins is a natural; He appears to really enjoy these different venues and is very sincere. Definitely not acting. The different foods look amazing. The people are extraordinary. My husband used to go to Washington Hts a lot and it was fun seeing the neighborhood again. My husband and I really enjoy this show and hope that maybe one day Misha and company will come out to the southwest (like El Paso, Las Cruces or Albuquerque). It’s great fun!

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Joseph Weaver

January 17th, 2022

The episode on the Little Dominican Republic was extraordinary. What a great group of people. I felt like I knew the area and people after the episode. Please visit Fort Wayne, Indiana sometime. You might be surprised by some of the extraordinary and unique restaurants that we have. Please check out The Cork n’ Cleaver, Black Canyon, Tolon and Oyster Bar just to name four of local favorites. You might also check out an annual event Savor Fort Wayne. Keep up the great work!

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steph

January 8th, 2022

You need to list “DOMINICAN” food in your search engine. You have “PUERTO RICAN” so where is “DOMINICAN”??

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Kathy Colon-Justice

January 8th, 2022

Wonderful. Made me homesick. But great to watch. I moved from NYC. Content was will presented. Awesome job.

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