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Vittles Video: Wok Next Door 

Joe hardly ever spoke to the couple that lived beside him until one day, he smelled garlic and ginger coming from their window. It was a meal that tempted his nostrils. He didn't know anything—yet—about the family history simmering in his neighbors' wok...

This video is the first in a series by Vittles, a film collaborative that tells personal stories through recipes, explores a changing South through its cuisine, and documents the growing food movement in North Carolina through the people sustaining it.



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