Good Eats: Season 6, Episode 13

Use Your Noodle II: Stuffed Pastas (15 Jan. 2003)

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Common around the world are stuffed pastas. called Pierogi in Polland, Wonton in China, Potstickers in Japan... Jerusalem - Kreplach, Korea - Mandu, and Italy. Alton Brown puts an end to the mystery of noodles and filling alike.

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Common around the world are stuffed pastas. called Pierogi in Polland, Wonton in China, Potstickers in Japan... Jerusalem - Kreplach, Korea - Mandu, and Italy. Alton Brown puts an end to the mystery of noodles and filling alike.

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