Huang's World is a genre-bending venture into subculture through the lens of food. Raw, wild, and heartfelt, Eddie Huang gets down in the underbellies of cities around the world in search of what's cooking in their back alleys and underground spots. He's hunting rabbits with biker gangs in Oakland, eating seafood and surfing in Taiwan, hitting low-rider BBQs in East LA, and dining on rice and beans with your drug dealer’s grandmother in Miami.
Eddie goes to White Brooklyn for a look at the new (Momo Sushi), the new new (Bushwick Food Co-op), and the old (Peter Luger's) for a wine-laden meal with the Tony Stark of VICE—Shane Smith—to talk about the changing face of Brooklyn.
In the series premiere, Eddie Huang travels to Jamaica, where he learns firsthand about the country's economic struggles since it gained independence from Britain in 1962.Watch Now:Amazon
In part two of Fresh Off the Boat - Mongolia, Eddie checks out some questionable meat—pause—at a market in Ulan Bator, attends a massive outdoor metal festival, and learns how to make khorkhog at one of the country's first truly modern restaurants.
In Part 1 of Fresh Off the Boat - NYC, Eddie travels north to the Bronx, where he and WorldStarHipHop star Loopy hit up local bodegas, chow down on a Japanese-Dominican plantain mash-up disaster, and talk about holdin' down the hood, over mani-pedis.
Eddie checks out Toronto by embedding himself in a handful of immigrant communities to better understand how ethnic food flourishes under the support of multiculturalism.Watch Now:Amazon
Eddie drives through LA, exploring the city's food history from the invention of the drive-thru to the current health and wellness food movements.Watch Now:Amazon
Eddie visits Seoul to see how South Korea's rise through soft power changed the country for better or for worse.Watch Now:Amazon
Peru has become the gastronomic capital of Latin America. Eddie visits to explore how the acceptance and preservation of bio and human diversity have made Peru a culinary powerhouse.Watch Now:Amazon
Eddie's first stop in the Bay Area is Oakland, where he hangs with a local biker gang that shows hipsters how to shoot guns and hunt for rabbit. After a few gruesome hours in the Oakland outback, they head back to the clubhouse to shoot the shit, throw back a few cold ones, and talk about the disconnect between people and the process it takes to put meat on their plates. Then they cook up a delicious meal of southern-style deep-fried rabbit.Watch Now:iTunes
In Fresh Off the Boat - Moscow part two, Eddie further immerses himself in Russian culture. He learns what it was like to live under Soviet rule, shares tea with Kyrgyz immigrants, and begins to understand the issues that connect people, regardless of the invisible lines which separate them.
In part two of Fresh Off the Boat: Shanghai, Eddie travels around the city with popular food writer Jenny Gao, where he starts his day with some poop-infused coffee, throws down in a good, old fashioned cook-off, and discuss how attitudes towards food have changed in China since the Cultural Revolution.Watch Now:Amazon
In part three of Fresh Off the Boat - NYC, Chef Huang shows us a day in his life in Downtown Manhattan featuring friends and family from various aspects of his life.
It's the season finale of Fresh Off The Boat - Chengdu. Eddie, a.k.a. The Human Panda, returns to his bamboo roots and discovers that pandas watch panda porn. He gets a taste of Chengdu traditions with hip hop pioneer DJ SuperBestFriend and eats pig brain mapo tofu at a "fly restaurant" on the brink of demolition.
Sit back and relax as Eddie enjoys the finer things in life in this segment of Huang's World: Chengdu. We head to China's Dead Sea Resort, where Eddie "lightens up" with a refreshing salt burial, swims in one of the world's most crowded swimming pools, and samples some delicate baby pig d*ck. It's in Chengdu that he best understands the beauty of China's efficient, economical way of life.
Eddie explores Hawaiian identity in the margins of its own habitat and how Hawaiians seek to take the island back.Watch Now:Amazon
In the season finale, Eddie arrives in Dubai, the opulent heart of the United Arab Emirates, to explore how the city's extreme wealth drives technology, culture and food.Watch Now:Amazon
Eddie road trips through Cape Cod, seeing that "white" culture is a misnomer as it's impossible to capture a people by color.Watch Now:Amazon
Eddie Huang travels to China with his parents to explore his heritage as a Taiwanese-Chinese-American, and to discover the most important dish of his life: Red Cooked Pork.Watch Now:Amazon
In this episode of Fresh Off the Boat, Eddie eats musky sheep eyeballs, appears on Mongol TV, and chats with some local fans about the country's attempt to grow while retaining its cultural identity in the face of a new mining project in the Gobi Desert.
In part one of the Detroit episode, Eddie meets up with hometown hero Danny Brown to eat some massive Big Baby burgers and survey the ways in which Detroit has been affected by the economic downturn, and how a select few like Danny are doing their part to turn the city around.
In this episode of Fresh Off the Boat, Eddie heads to Mongolia to take part in the Naadam festival, which celebrates the "three manly sports"—archery, horse racing, and Mongolian wrestling. Then he discusses the effects of Mongolia's recent shift to democracy with some camel herders over a cup of home-brewed camel vodka.
In this episode of Fresh Off The Boat, Eddie heads back to Taiwan to get heavy into the heavy metal scene - face paint, screaming lessons, and furry pink pillows. A long the way Eddie makes a quick pitstop to taste Taiwan's famous "little snacks" in Gongguan before debating the pros and cons of Taiwanese independence over a home cooked meal with local Metal group, CHTHONIC.
After Oakland, Eddie heads to the Mission District in San Francisco with the girls who run a pop-up, street dining gig in the city, Rice Paper Scissors. Their Vietnamese food is some of city's best and brings buddies together to cook and hang out wherever they find space. The RPS girls show Eddie their go-to food spots to prep for their meals, before grilling up octopus, drinking rice wine and talking food as culture's gateway drug.Watch Now:iTunes
In Fresh Off the Boat - Moscow part three, Eddie lives it up on his last day in town by indulging in $400 caviar, riding around with the Godfather of Russian street racing, dominating in a game of Russian shot checkers, and sharing his "meat jelly" with a bikini-clad masseuse.
Eddie travels to the border of Mexico to find out about the dynamic between a developing country and a first world of the United States.Watch Now:Amazon