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Roadfood with Misha Collins- Deep Dive: Houston, TX

Join us to see these mini clips that we cut together to give viewers the experience of being part of a deeper conversation.  In this clip you will see Misha Collins and Lê Hoàng Nguyên, an insurance agent and baseball fanatic, discuss his experience of being an activist in his community.

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What do you think of Roadfood with Misha Collins- Deep Dive?

8 Responses to “Roadfood with Misha Collins- Deep Dive”

Jimmy

January 8th, 2022

This was my first episode and I had to tell you that this show is amazing. My half brother is Vietnamese, and he and his Mother came to the US in the late 70’s. Theirs is an amazing culture and the traditional food is unique, and it certainly lends itself to fusion and local color. We live in Southeastern Virginia. Thank You. Most Americans still don’t know how much Vietnamese refugees have adapted and thrived in our democracy <3

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RCM

December 21st, 2021

I love the part about him realizing black civil rights activists were fighting for him in the 70s and realized the shift of need and started fighting for BLM. I loved it in the episode and so much more now. These are conversations people need to hear. This show is so raw and refreshing! I feel like people are less scary watching Misha venture out of his comfort zone with just a camera and an appetite. This show proves compassion and empathy need no script.

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Radhika

December 21st, 2021

Illuminating. Spectacular. Inspiring. Hopeful that people can awaken, change, make a difference in society and their own lives. This show should be called ‘Roadfood Plus’ because it’s so much more than about food.

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TWM

December 21st, 2021

This series is lovely, and this deep dive clip is why. I really hope to see more of this in each episode, with a “side” of roadfood as a through line and entrance point to this deeper material. It’s what will separate you from the pack of geographic food shows, while also driving home the importance of food in these areas by highlighting what is going on there. I hope to see more of these conversations being had over shared meals/food because that’s what makes this so special and will set it apart.

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Vee

December 21st, 2021

This series is so interesting. I wish the longer interviews were part of the normal episode and I didn’t need to hunt for them. This is so different from a normal food show and I love the empathy and sharing aspects of human nature being showcased. In the current climate of greed and animosity, this is a welcome ray of sunshine. Thank you.

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Jennifer

December 20th, 2021

I feel like this is truly what the show is about. Sure, it’s about the amazing variety of food in America, but it’s also about the amazing variety of people as well. It’s about celebrating our differences both culinary and cultural. I think this content is vital to the show’s intent and I hope we see more of it.

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Ana

December 20th, 2021

I think it’s great to have access to this sort of content. It brings so much more meaning to the show. Please share more, if possible.

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Nath

December 19th, 2021

I love it! One of the reasons why I love this show is because of deep conversation like this. It’s very much on theme, food brings you closer to the community and the story that their told ❤

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