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Portland chef Jen Lewis is a huge proponent of the slow food movement. See how she incorporates this style of cooking into her restaurant, Ray, and why the slow food movement is much more than just food on a plate. For more episodes of Eat Like Me, subscribe to Zagat on Youtube: http://goo.gl/AaWZHT
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Fish sandwiches can be found across America these days, but for a port city like Baltimore, these casual lunch staples take on a whole new meaning. Zagat video producer Billy Lyons visited three spots - including the historic Faidley's Seafood in Lexington Market - to see how diners of all ages might just fall in love with fish sandwiches.

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Monterey Bay Seaweeds in California is a land based seaweed farm that grows five different types of fresh seaweed. The farm has caught the attention of local San Francisco chefs like Jordan Keao of 'aina, who are using seaweed to help guests appreciate the flavors of the ocean. Zagat went behind the scenes at Monterey Bay Seaweeds and with Keao to see how fresh seaweed is making its way from tank to table.

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High Street on Hudson in Manhattan is known for taking its breakfast seriously, baking all of its bread in house and using local ingredients to help make the first meal of the day memorable. Zagat visited this unique restaurant to see how they've amped up avocado toast in the form of a bold breakfast tartine. For more food videos, subscribe to Zagat here: http://goo.gl/AaWZHT
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Although shrimp can be found on menus across America, the shrimping industry is suffering. From urban development to farm raised shrimp, South Carolina shrimpers are facing a crisis. But can local chefs like Michael Toscano of Charleston's Le Farfalle help create a solution?

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Catch up on the first season of Seafood at the Source: Exploring the Pacific Ocean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvCMmiYpDVY&list=PLgBESEI2LUFvpnsC6fHYNC6uhkzaMqwdv
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Pixie Retreat in Portland, Oregon proves you don't always need to cook food to enjoy its benefits. See how these chefs how found comfort in creating raw food recipes, and for more episodes of Eat Like, subscribe to Zagat on Youtube: http://goo.gl/AaWZHT
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The sight of grilling over an open flame and scent of red oak has made Santa Maria-stye barbecue a favorite for road trips. But what is it about beef tri- tips and garlic rubs that's helped this alternative style of barbecue thrive? Zagat visited a selection of three Santa Maria area barbecue spots to hear from the men and women responsible for continuing the legacy of this west coast tradition.

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Berrynaked in Dallas is all about giving its guests healthy alternatives to traditional sweets by using ingredients like kale avocado. See how they make a selection of their popular popsicles, and for more food videos, subscribe to Zagat here: http://goo.gl/AaWZHT
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For Chesapeake Bay crabbers like Wayne France, the sweet taste of blue crab has helped sustain the local economy for generations. However, for chefs like Brittany Anderson of Richmond's Brenner Pass, seeing how crabbers thoughtfully source this creature helps them better understand how to connect such a beloved ingredient to their guests.

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Catch up on the first season of Seafood at the Source: Exploring the Pacific Ocean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvCMmiYpDVY&list=PLgBESEI2LUFvpnsC6fHYNC6uhkzaMqwdv
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Chef Aaron Adams of Farm Spirit in Portland didn't always respect vegetables the way he does now. However, after switching to a vegan lifestyle, Adams developed a new outlook on both his professional and personal life. For more episodes of Eat Like (coming soon), subscribe to Zagat on Youtube: http://goo.gl/AaWZHT
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