The Kitchen Sisters The Kitchen Sisters (Davia Nelson & Nikki Silva) are the executive producers, along with Jay Allison, of the DuPont Award-winning Hidden Kitchens series.
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Sam Clark, chef and Manor Garden allotment holder. Kitchen Sisters hide caption

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London's Gardens: Allotments for the People

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An accordionist leads his band at the annual Sheepherders Ball. Roland Studio, ca. 1950. Courtesy John Odiaga. Basque Museum & Cultural Center hide caption

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Roland Studio, ca. 1950. Courtesy John Odiaga. Basque Museum & Cultural Center

The Sheepherder's Ball: Hidden Basque Kitchens

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Children eat hot dogs at Idaho's Minidoka Internment Camp. National Archives; Densho Project hide caption

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Weenie Royale: Food and the Japanese Internment

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Beyond Tang: Food in Space

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Farm Aid: Saving the Family Farm

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