Brothers Matt and Ted Lee celebrate Southern food as America's food. "Survivorman" Les Stroud gives us a peek into the meager cuisine of the bush. Dr. Alan Hirsch urges us to put our nose where our mouth is, and Dale Campbell sheds some light on cooking in the dark. Dan Warrick offers a primmer on how to make wine at home and Jon Gold takes us on an Argentine food tour through Mercado Buenos Aires. We remember the late, great R. W. Apple and re-run a segment that we enjoyed with him last year.
Smell Yourself Skinny; Survivorman; Goodbye, Mr. Apple
From this Episode:
Make Wine at Home
Sheridan Warrick is a vintner and science editor with 25 years of experience making wine. He has written a book called, The Way to Make Wine. He explains that everyone can...
Can a Blind Man Cook?
Do you ever feel like you're stumbling around in your kitchen? Do recipes ever make you feel like you're in the dark?
Boiled Peanuts with the Lee Brothers
Matt & Ted Lee are The Lee Brothers. They visited with us last year to tell us about their fabulous boiled peanuts. Now they have written The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook:...
Smell Yourself Skinny
Dr. Alan Hirsch, the founder and neurological director of the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago , speaks with us about the evaluation, diagnosis...
Survivorman - Les Stroud
Les Stroud is Survivorman a show airing on The Science Channel in the U.S., and “The Outdoor Life Network” in Canada. Each episode finds Survivorman Les Stroud abandoned...
RW "Johnny" Apple - In Memoriam
The late, great R. W. "Johnny" Apple, Associate Editor of the New York Times , died this past month. Evan had the honor of interviewing Mr. Apple in April, 2005. He spoke...
Market Report - Mandarins
Laura Avery speaks to Paul of McGrath Family Farm about their French haricot vert, which are like tiny green beans. McGrath is also carrying beautiful “tongue of fire”...