In Broke Bites: What the Fung?!, The Fung Brothers, take viewers on a comedic culinary journey as they eat their way across the U.S., all while attempting to eat like "ballers" on a budget. With just fifty dollars each to spend on the best cheap eats, the brothers will sample the most iconic food – from authentic, regional cuisine to more innovative and modern bites – each city has to offer.
From New Orleans, to Tampa, Asheville and more – the brothers meet chefs and foodies like themselves, while gaining access to the kitchens and people behind the food they eat. They also learn hands-on how to make signature dishes from restaurant owners and chefs.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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The Fung Brothers are a Chinese-American duo consisting of comedians and rappers Andrew Fung (born March 30, 1988) and David Fung (born September 1, 1986), who are brothers born and raised in Kent, Washington, are now back home in Kent after spending several years living in the Los Angeles area and New York City. They are best known for their YouTube videos regarding NBA player Jeremy Lin, Asian cuisine, and the “626” area of the San Gabriel Valley. They also have a TV show on A&E Network's FYI channel entitled Broke Bites: What the Fung?! Much of their content revolves around Asian American subject matter. With Grandmaster Jason Chu, Andrew and David formed a rap group known as “Model Minority”, which has released a mixtape titled Model Minority Report that has been reviewed favorably in The Los Angeles Times. In the rap group, Andrew Fung's stage name is Inglish and David Fung's is D-One. They graduated from University of Washington.
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