With an antic spirit and some NSFW language, Bronx denizens Dallas Penn and Rafi Kam document food culture in New York City’s “bodegas” — corner stores in which fresh food is scarce and pricy, but processed fare is plentiful and stunningly cheap. In some areas, bodegas are the only source of food. Penn and Kam stress that urban poverty makes cheap food necessary, and the bodegas simply meet that need. The short video, directed by Casimir Nozkowski, came out in 2007 but remains relevant today, as the economy is even more “f^&*ed the f^&* up” now than it was then. (Hat tip to Renina of Model Minority blog.)