The fifth episode of No Passport Required, produced by Eater for PBS, airs tonight at 9/8c. In “Miami,” host Marcus Samuelsson heads to the Florida city to learn more about the Miami community’s history and food traditions.
At Miami restaurant Tap Tap, Samuelsson hears more about Haitian history and migration while eating griot with pickliz, grilled fish, legim, and more. Over pate kode, he learns about how the city of Miami and Little Haiti have changed over the years. Samuelsson also eats soursop ice cream at Lakay, plays a game of soccer followed by a snack of kremas and cookies, and makes a classic soup joumou and hears more about how this dish, once made by enslaved people for their masters, represents Haitian independence following the slave rebellion.
How to Watch No Passport Required, Episode 5: “Miami”
When: The show airs on PBS on Tuesdays at 9/8c. Episode 4, “Miami” airs tonight, Tuesday, August 7. Check local listings here.
Online streaming: Stream full episodes each week on PBS and Eater.
Additional episodes: Each hour-long episode focuses on a different immigrant community in a new city: Middle Eastern in Detroit and Dearborn; Vietnamese in New Orleans; Mexican in Chicago; Indo-Guyanese in Queens, New York; Haitian in Miami; and Ethiopian in D.C.
Online and on social: Tag @eater, @pbs, and #nopassrequiredpbs if you share clips, pictures, or quotes from the show. Visit Eater’s pop-culture Facebook group every Tuesday night to discuss the show with other fans, come back to Eater NY tomorrow to see a map of restaurants featured in the episode, and head to PBS to learn more about the show, find character bios, and get recipes to cook at home.
No Passport Required is produced for PBS by Eater and Vox Entertainment, part of Vox Media. Tune in or stream full episodes Tuesdays at 9/8c on PBS. (Check local listings.) Get more information on the show at pbs.org/nopassrequired.