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1 Minute Meal: A Documentary Portrait of NYC

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T1 :E1 Birth of the Cool

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In the Queens neighborhood of Corona Heights, the first warm day of the year always includes a visit to The Lemon Ice King of Corona.

Production: James Boo
Duration: 01:05m
Origin: USA
Year: 2014
Director: James Boo
Actors: Personas de Nueva York
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1 Minute Meal: A Documentary Portrait of NYC

1 Minute Meal is a collection of 1-minute stories that use food to reveal the communities, legacies, dreams, realities, and unseen forces that shape life in New York City.

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    1 Minute Meal es una recopilación de historias que utilizan la comida para revelar las comunidades, legados, sueños, realidades y las fuerzas invisibles que dan forma a la Ciudad de Nueva York.
    T1:E1 Birth of the Cool
    In the Queens neighborhood of Corona Heights, the first warm day of the year always includes a visit to The Lemon Ice King of Corona.
    T1:E2 Deep Cuts
    Jake Dell, co-owner and manager at Katz's Delicatessen, shares his respect for the "cutters" behind the counter.
    T1:E3 Counter Intuitive
    Maria Vargas, owner of one of the last great Puerto Rican diners in lower Manhattan, explains what she thinks New York is losing as the foods of her childhood are replaced.
    T1:E4 One More Pupusa
    The Olomega family is determined to maintain their community-oriented business in the Latin American neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn.
    T1:E5 Crust Fund
    When Michael Burke retired from his job with the Fire Department of New York, he picked up exactly where he'd left off: working at his stepfather's pizzeria in Staten Island.
    T1:E6 Promised Land
    Maurizio Asperti, owner and inheritor of Staten Island’s oldest restaurant, will be the first to tell you that he doesn’t run the shop out of passion. He runs it out of duty.
    T1:E7 Bialy Stock
    Marc Halprin has worked furiously to perfect the simple, onion-topped roll known as the bialy. In the process, he’s transitioned from a businessman to a champion for the taste of old New York.
    T1:E8 Factory Hands
    Michael Rogak, owner of Jomart Chocolates, almost never buys new equipment. But Rogak and his staff don't hold onto their old tools out of nostalgia.
    T1:E9 A Sprinkle in Time
    At the heart of a suburban oasis in the Bronx, Skip and Louise Giacco run a neighborhood ice cream parlor dedicated to how ice cream should make you feel.
    T1:E10 Soul of a Nosh
    Haig Schneiderman, the owner of Knish Nosh in Queens, explains why people have such a deep connection to the food that this longtime local institution serves.

T1 :E0 Trailer

1 Minute Meal es una recopilación de historias que utilizan la comida para revelar las comunidades, legados, sueños, realidades y las fuerzas invisibles que dan forma a la Ciudad de Nueva York.

T1 :E1 Birth of the Cool

In the Queens neighborhood of Corona Heights, the first warm day of the year always includes a visit to The Lemon Ice King of Corona.

T1 :E2 Deep Cuts

Jake Dell, co-owner and manager at Katz's Delicatessen, shares his respect for the "cutters" behind the counter.

T1 :E3 Counter Intuitive

Maria Vargas, owner of one of the last great Puerto Rican diners in lower Manhattan, explains what she thinks New York is losing as the foods of her childhood are replaced.

T1 :E4 One More Pupusa

The Olomega family is determined to maintain their community-oriented business in the Latin American neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn.

T1 :E5 Crust Fund

When Michael Burke retired from his job with the Fire Department of New York, he picked up exactly where he'd left off: working at his stepfather's pizzeria in Staten Island.

T1 :E6 Promised Land

Maurizio Asperti, owner and inheritor of Staten Island’s oldest restaurant, will be the first to tell you that he doesn’t run the shop out of passion. He runs it out of duty.

T1 :E7 Bialy Stock

Marc Halprin has worked furiously to perfect the simple, onion-topped roll known as the bialy. In the process, he’s transitioned from a businessman to a champion for the taste of old New York.

T1 :E8 Factory Hands

Michael Rogak, owner of Jomart Chocolates, almost never buys new equipment. But Rogak and his staff don't hold onto their old tools out of nostalgia.

T1 :E9 A Sprinkle in Time

At the heart of a suburban oasis in the Bronx, Skip and Louise Giacco run a neighborhood ice cream parlor dedicated to how ice cream should make you feel.

T1 :E10 Soul of a Nosh

Haig Schneiderman, the owner of Knish Nosh in Queens, explains why people have such a deep connection to the food that this longtime local institution serves.

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