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Chino-Latino

Season 2, Episode 11 of 13

Long before there was modern fusion cuisine, people cooked Chino-Latino. It originated with Chinese laborers who immigrated to Cuba and Trinidad and elsewhere in the Caribbean to work the plantations. They developed a unique mashup of Asian and West Indian cooking-the subject of today's show on Chino-Latino grilling. Get ready for tangerine teriyaki chicken, butter rum grilled plantains, smoky baby back ribs with guava barbecue sauce, and Korean brisket tacos. And here's the shocker: the brisket grills from start to finish in less than three minutes.

Previously Aired

Day
Time
Channel
10/19/2019
10 a.m.
9/2/2020
1 p.m.
9/3/2020
8 a.m.
7/30/2021
1 p.m.
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