Each week, Eden Eats , host Eden Grinshpan lands in a new city for her 24-hour around-the-world food adventure. From lunching on Chinese Look Fun Noodles, to a dinner of Brazilian Feijoada, to an early morning breakfast of Croatian Burek pastries, Grinshpan will uncover the global culinary food scene and discover how people from all over the world have re-created their lives and culture through food. Every hour and every step leads to another dish and another country, proving you don't need a passport to taste the world.
Season 1, Episode 1


Aloha! Eden has just 24 hours to eat around the world -- and this time she's in the tropical city of Honolulu. She starts off her tour with a baker from Budapest and learns the art of traditional Hungarian Chimney Cakes. Then it's lunchtime in Honolulu's famous Chinatown where she helps the staff make their popular Look Fun Noodles, and for dinner Eden learns to cook up a traditional Myanmar or Burmese meal. After the sun sets Eden finds her way into a family-owned Japanese fish market, resulting in a beautiful sashimi dish, and later learns to make a Hawaiian breakfast favorite -- warm Portuguese Malasadas. She wraps up her trip with a mother and son who make traditional crispy Croatian sausage, before finally rewarding herself with a dip into the blue sea. Mahalo Hawaii!

Aug 31
7am | 6c



Enjoy the cuisines of Mexico, Africa, Cuba, Lebanon and Hungry without ever leaving Austin city limits.
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About the Host

Eden Grinshpan

Eden Grinshpan graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in London with the "Grande Diplome" in both Pastry and Cuisine. After graduating she went to India to volunteer with different organizations, one of them was an orphanage called Ramanas Garden.