Hit Show “Dinner In Place” Goes Vegan With Episode 7’s Jumpia
Hit Show “Dinner In Place” Goes Vegan With Episode 7’s Jumpia

Dinner In Place – Season 4 Episode 7 – Left: Lyrics Born with Joyo Velarde and Jumpia; Right: “Dinner In Place” Season 4 Episode 7 Jumpia

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Dinner In Place | Lyrics Born

Dinner In Place | Lyrics Born

Lyrics Born’s Wife Joyo Velarde Joins As Special Guest For This Week’s Dish

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA, November 9, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the seventh episode drops, Lyrics Born, the twice Rolling Stone named and honored hip-hop artist whose creativity knows no limits, has done it again with another stunning and tasty Season 4 creation that’s sure to excite existing fans and drive new ones. Lyrics Born started on a journey during the pandemic to dive deeper into his cultural heritage and create unique recipes that will have the TikTok generation and others ready to make some unique fun foods that help smash together the cultures, with Lyrics Born’s being half Japanese and half Jewish himself.

“Dinner In Place” released its seventh episode of season 4 today, featuring Jumpia, Lyrics Born’s and his wife’s vegan take on Filipino Spring Rolls. The dish features vegan pastrami and vegan swiss, amongst many other veggies to create a sure-to-please accompaniment to be served during the upcoming holiday season.

Interested fans can catch the latest episode by checking out shorts on Lyrics Born’s and Dinner In Place’s social media accounts, and by watching this season’s full-length episodes on Lyrics Born’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuFEwujFCNdkNoLfIIOKOwYb1bHpR0v_g.

The new season continues to offer Lyrics Born’s signature quick clips via social media, with this season featuring full-length production videos via YouTube. A classic element of the Dinner In Place brand since the beginning is Lyrics Born’s voiceover as he’s preparing and cooking the dish.

Fans can catch episodes of Season 4 every two to three weeks on Lyrics Born’s YouTube at @lyricsborntv and you can catch the short form version on Dinner In Place’s and Lyrics Born’s Instagrams at @dinnerinplace and @lyricsborn respectively.

About Dinner In Place (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuFEwujFCNdkNoLfIIOKOwYb1bHpR0v_g)
“Dinner in Place” is a web-based cooking series that celebrates multiculturalism through deliciously imaginative and healthy recipes that can be easily prepared at home in 45 minutes or less. Created by Bay Area Hip-Hop artist Lyrics Born, the show features fun and engaging episodes that showcase unique Asian fusion flavors reflective of his Japanese and Jewish ethnic background. Season 4 debuted on July 12, 2023 to much anticipation and excitement.

Originally launched during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, “Dinner in Place” has gained popularity over the years with three successful seasons. Now entering its fourth season, Lyrics Born is stepping up the production value for the series with a full film crew and introducing celebrity guests. The series promises to offer an even more exciting and entertaining culinary experience that celebrates diversity and multiculturalism.

About Lyrics Born (https://www.lyricsborn.com/)
Recently named by Rolling Stone as having one of the greatest West Coasts Hip-Hop songs for his song “Callin’ Out” where his flow falls into a playful and empathetic growl solidified the song as one of the greatest West Coast songs, while also holding the honor for his debut album “Later That Day” in their 200 Greatest Hip-Hop Albums of All Time. As the first Asian-American solo rapper to perform at Lollapalooza and Coachella and to release a greatest-hits record, Lyrics Born has broken through countless barriers to cement his storied and illustrious career. Having been part of the Quannum Projects collective of Hip Hop artists from the San Francisco Bay Area that spawned such lyrical luminaries as Blackalicious, Lateef the Truthspeaker, Lifesavas, DJ Shadow, among many others, Lyrics Born established himself firmly among the upper echelon of indie Hip Hop artists. He has also expanded his empire into film, including roles in Boots Riley’s critically acclaimed Sorry To Bother You and the aforementioned Netflix film Always Be My Maybe starring comedian Ali Wong, Randall Park, and Keanu Reeves.


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