These eight shorts about food are easy to digest, from Gavin Tachibana’s appetizer-sized The Flavor (2002), a wry reflection on corn dogs, to Wook Steven Heo’s more substantial Texas Doughnut Shop (2003), an insightful documentary about a Korean couple driven to succeed in a labor-intensive business that’s disdained by many American entrepreneurs. Also notable are two Canadian entries: Nobu Adilman’s Prix Fixe (2003) is a film-noir parody about check-skippers, and in Samuel Kiehoon Lee’s affectionate How to Make Kimchi According to My Kun Umma (2002), the filmmaker’s aunt lectures him about getting a wife and a real job as she demystifies Korean cooking. 93 min.