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About Good Gumbo
Inspired by “No Passport Required,” “Good Gumbo” is a stylized visual exploration of historical and cultural roots of some of the most popular dishes in the Deep South. Hosted by acclaimed Louisiana chef Philip Lopez and produced by Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB).
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