Blue Ribbon Hunter
Cicadas: Gross or Delicious?
Cicadas emerge in the United States every 17 years, and while most people try to avoid them, others choose to eat them. Watch as we meet up with James Beard Nominated Chef Bun Lai who prepares Cicadas for us to try.
Grease Truck Fat Sandwiches
Grease Trucks are becoming more and more popular on college campuses across the country, but none compare to the RU Hungry truck at Rutgers University, home of the infamous sandwich,"The Fat Darrell".
Dominique Ansel has been making waves with his "cronut", but he has a new unique dessert that is just as delicious. Watch to learn more about the "Magic Soufflé" from Dominique Ansel Bakery, the Baked Potato ice cream from Cowgirl Seahorse, and the "Just Beet It Sundae" from Brooklyn Farmacy.
Tomato Fights and Food in Pittston
In this episode we travel to the Pittston Tomato Festival in Pittston, PA where we take part in their infamous tomato fight, sample some delicious tomato dishes, and learn tips and tricks for growing and cooking with tomatoes.
How Fortune Cookies Are Made
Have you ever wondered how fortune cookies are made? In this episode we travel to the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory in San Francisco, California to learn where the cookie originated and how it is made.
Maine Lobster Festival
In this episode we attend the Maine Lobster Festival in Rockland, ME where we learn everything there is to know about picking out and preparing lobster. The highlight was the seafood cooking contest. Watch to see who wins and get the winning recipe.
The Cheesemonger Invitational
Specialty cheese shops and sections of grocery stores can be intimidating, but once you know what to look for, they can be the best places to find new and delicious cheeses you will love. In this episode we went to The Cheesemonger Invitational in Long Island City, NY where we spoke with some of the best cheesemongers in the country about new cheeses we should try and the key to properly pairing them.
The Pierogi Festival
Every year the town of Whiting, IN hosts The Pierogi Festival where over 200,000 people come out to celebrate the pierogi and other Polish foods. Watch as we find some unique pierogies, learn the polka, and get an award-winning stuffed cabbage recipe at this unusual and wacky festival.
Staggering Facts Behind Cruise Ship Cuisine
Every year, 20 million people choose to take a cruise for vacation. Many of these people are drawn to cruises for the luxurious amenities and endless food. In this episode we meet up with the executive chef of The Queen Mary 2, one of the largest cruise ships in the world, to get a behind the scenes look at cruise ship cuisine from staggering facts to helpful tips.
America's Best Bread
In this episode we travel to Manhattan, Kansas for the National Festival of Bread where eight finalists from across the country battle it out to see who makes the best bread in America. Watch to learn a unique way to color red velvet dough, a secret ingredient that moistens bread without adding fat, and find out who won!