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Source:  Eater

David Chang’s Netflix documentary series, “Ugly Delicious,” that made quite a splash in 2018, is back for season 2 with four new episodes.

The new season takes Chang and guests including Padma Lakshmi, Nick Kroll, and Bill Simmons to locales near and far, from Istanbul to Sydney to Tokyo to Mumbai.

The series continues to explore culture through the lens of food, with these new episodes honing in on feeding babies and children (“Kids’ Menu”), the expansive world of Indian cuisine (“Don’t Call It Curry”), the myths and misconceptions about steak (“Steak”), and the plethora of cuisines that often get grouped together as “Middle Eastern” or “Mediterranean” food (“As the Meat Turns”).

Season 2 of “Ugly Delicious” is available now on Netflix.

Read the interview at Eater.


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