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What to Watch on Friday: The Brass Sisters charm chefs in new PBS series ‘Food Flirts’

The Brass Sisters indulge in some “Noodle Meditation” at Shojo Kitchen in Boston, during an episode of “Food Flirts” on PBS.
The Brass Sisters indulge in some “Noodle Meditation” at Shojo Kitchen in Boston, during an episode of “Food Flirts” on PBS. Courtesy of Bruce Seidel/Hot Lemon Productions

Food Flirts (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – In this new show, the Brass Sisters “flirt” their way into chefs’ kitchens to discover ethnic delights. In the first episode, the sisters prepare a cheeseburger dosa. At 10:30 they create a pastrami ramen noodle kugel.

20/20 (10 p.m., ABC) – Cases of border agents and officers being accused of abusing those crossing the border.

Room 104 (11:30 p.m., HBO) – A new series from Jay and Mark Duplass looks at what happens at a corporate chain hotel near an airport, including funny, weird and even scary encounters. Each episode plays like a mini movie.

Daughters of Destiny (Netflix) – A 4-part original documentary series chronicling the lives of five girls from Indian families who are among the so-called “Dalit” caste and most impoverished communities in the world. In the series, the girls grow up, ranging in age from 7 to 23 over the course of four episodes. Directed by Academy Award winning filmmaker Vanessa Roth.

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