Take to the waters of Chesapeake Bay for a harvest of oysters. Open a carton of milk from an Ohio heritage dairy. Test your kitchen skills on some unusual beef recipes and sample the artwork created by farmer artists in California.
Oysters are the ultimate seafood dish for many diners. Oyster fishermen in the Chesapeake Bay are working to serve up exceptional oysters at the same time they help clean up the waters in the historic estuary.
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Are milk and cookies a favorite at your house? Warren Taylor wants more consumers to appreciate rich, healthful, flavorful milk. He is the owner and operator of Ohio’s Snowville Creamery. Discover what makes Warren’s milk different from the usual variety you’ll find at the supermarket – what he believes is more like nature intended.
Farm to Fork: Beef
There’s a great variety of choices at the meat counter, and nowadays shoppers are often seeking to create tasty dishes from more economical cuts. Sharon Vaknin offers one unique combination of Asian and Latin American flavors. It’s one of several recipes she’s found that use less expensive cuts of beef to prepare tasty and unusual dishes.
Art & Agriculture
One rural community in northern California is providing a unique opportunity for artists to come out to the farm. Yolo County’s “Arts & Ag” program invites artists and photographers to farms and ranches just north of California’s capital of Sacramento.
Off The Shelf: Orange Juice Orange juice is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Consumers today have a large selection of OJ options when it comes to getting extra pulp, calcium or vitamins in their glass. Jason Shoultz runs down the choices and gives you the inside information on OJ as it goes from tree to table.