Enjoy Tina Buck's chocolate roses and truffles at Chocolate Garden; Froehlich's family grocery is reborn as a place to still get homemade jellies; Tim Foley at Bit-O-Swiss Bakery has created his own version of sourdough.
Sample everything from roasted peanuts and pumpkin seeds to deep-fried nuts at The Peanut Shoppe. Next, the Rendezvous boasts the best ribs in town. Last, Dinstuhl's Old Fashioned Candies seasonally makes chocolate covered strawberries and raspberries.
Visit Tullios Pastry Shoppe for pastries made with generations of Italian techniques. The Goldsmith family on the Pamlico Sound harvests and ships soft shell crabs. Last, we sample the 25 flavors of fudge at Scotch Bonnet Candies.
At Mama Rose's, they mix up gourmet delights that have been passed throughout one family for many generations. Sylvia's La Canasta restaurant showcases Sonoran style food with mail order Tamale Kits. Finally, Fairytale Brownies makes 12 different varieties.
Try Geraldine's Bodacious Cheese Straws, a spicy cheesy cracker. Then, Saralyn's makes shortbread cookies--but with new flavors like mint chocolate chip. Last, Fat Matt's draws crowds and top musicians with its own barbecue sauce and rum baked beans.
At Bake Lake Cheese, new owners preserve old-time ways of cheese making. In New Glarus, discover a real Swiss town in middle America--complete with pastries. Last, we look at Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream, where the secret's in the milk.
A search for soup finds leads to the chicken soup at the "Happy Hostess' in Rockville Ctr, NY, chowders at the Loft restaurant and the Boston Chowda Company in Massachussetts and last Mossberger's cream soups in Texas.
This episode features Food Finds from the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. Featuring Lobster Direct with live lobster shipped directly to your door; boiled Christmas pudding at Lavinia's Old English Delights and last custom wedding cakes from Larkin's.
It's a fiesta of specialty foods from the home of the Alamo, San Antonio, Texas! With stops at Rudy's Barbecue for Doc Holliday's BBQ Sauce; Mi Tierra, a family-run restaurant that specializes in Tex-Mex and Mexican foods; plus chocolate tamales.
Visit Cincinnati, where old world charm meets modern innovation. Sample the tastes of: Graeter's, making Ice Cream since 1870; the Montgomery Inn where people stand in line for their famous ribs & sauce; the iced cookies of Bushkin Bakery.
With a roll of the dice, hit snake eyes and strike sweet gold in Las Vegas. With Bay Area Biscotti Company; Freed's Bakeryand donut shop and Chocolate popcorn and Danielle's Chocolate Shop.
Food Finds visits the Hoosier state for Homemade Amish Noodles at Fern's Kitchen; hard candy and 30 varieties of chocolate at Pylies Canidies; Finally, we find a modern day Johnny Appleseed, Glen Grabow who grew an apple orchard in Soybean territory.
Food Finds heads to Texas to sample: Sausage & Beef Brisket at New Braunfels Smokehouse Restaurant; Edible flowers at Fredericksburg Herb Farm and Apple Pies at Love Creek Orchards.
Experience Pennsylvania Cafe at Annie B's Confections, with 25 mini-pastries. Next, La Colombe, THE place for coffee and conversation. Finally, meet the Biscotti lady, Gilda Doganiero, for crunchy, tasty treats that fits perfectly with espresso.
Watch out for the feathers, Food Finds has gone birdie with trips to Houston,TX for the Hollier Family's Turducken; Danielsville, GA for a visit to the Hitchcock Ostrich Farm and MacFarlane Farms for a look at pheasant.
Go long for a pass, Food Finds is talking football with Buffalo Wings at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, NY; Mickey's Game Time Peanuts, hawked at 13 NFL stadiums and numerous college venues; Muffaletta's at La Bella's & Bruno's pork skins in New Orleans.
Travel to the land of Mardi Gras for tastes of brewed coffee since the 18th Century at Community Coffee; the freshest catches out of Lake Pontchartrain at Deanies Seafood and New Orlean Pralins at Creole Delicacies and finally a stop on the riverwalk.
Los Tios in Houston makes a famous chili con carne. Cincinnati is world chili capital and Emperor is the oldest place to chow down on it and now has 13 stores to serve it up. A Galena, IL man cans his chili and LA's Chasen's makes their famous chili.
Explore some exotic foods found in the Florida Everglades; Gatorama is a tourist attraction famous for its alligator meat; Gator Hammock is a restaurant famous for its spicy, Swamp Cabbage Pickle; Visit the Seminole Indian Tribe and their new farming technique, aquafarming.
Try real Texas BBQ at Smokey Denmark, an Austin tradition; Boggy Creek Farms is the home of the smoked tomato; Boggy Creek Market is the place for organic food.From a small start, Marta's Desserts now ships homemade flan to businesses and homes all over.
Take an international food trip in Washington DC! We visit Le Gourmet Lorraine for lowfat pate and smoked meat, the Market Inn for crab, the Mediterranean Bakery for Greek delights and get a history and philanthropy lesson with Widow's Mite vinegar.
Travel to Signal Mountain and visit the Bread Basket, and the Doll Cottage- a doll store and fudge shop; Learn the secret to the local homemade Barbecue sauce, "Lay-Row-Catch-A-Mellow"; and experience southern hospitality and food at Bea's Restaurant.
Downtown Atlanta's Bella Cucina, gourmet foods made simple; At Impromptu Gourmet, famous chefs have planned the meals, prepped the food, and then sent it to your door; At the Bankok Market, Pad Thai becomes easy with this asian kit; and finally see why cooking is fun with Kids Cooking Kits.
In the Champlain Valley- Dakin Farms is more than a retail store and hobby farm. At the Vermont Country Store in Weston, you will feel like you just stepped through a time portal; and finally see how deep the family traditions run in Rod Hawkins' family, and taste his famous Maple cream.
Two Iranian born brothers scoop up Persian flavored ice creams, taste some Potica. Rowena's sells a tasty line of various sauces, condiments and cakes. Finally we head to Houston, Texas, to find custom Chinese fortune cookies right here in America.
Discover some secrets in the North Carolina. Cakes by Jane, Immaculate Consumptions, tennis players that serve up a mean shortbread, and the Cheese Biscuit.