A lot of people think of Jackson Heights, Queens, as Little India. But it’s a lot more than that. Within just a few square blocks you can find food from virtually every corner of South Asia. As part of our series Food in Two Worlds, we’re in Jackson Heights where the variety of restaurants and food markets tells the story of South Asian immigrants in New York. On 73rd and 74th Streets off Roosevelt Avenue you can see and taste how people from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other countries have made their mark and adapted to life in the U.S.