A look at one of the South's favorite treats: the Goo Goo Cluster. Visit Loveless Cafe for some country cooking and the town of Lynchburg, TN where Jack Daniels and Tipsy Cakes are made.
Go to Santa Clara's Neto Sausage for some of their famed Portugese Sausages. Visit Sharahazad Bakery, where one of their bakers makes hand-made fillo dough. Go to Marin French Cheeses for their soft wares.
Visit Maurice's French Pastries for Mardi Gras-styled King Cakes. Try Zapp's Potaro Chips for some hot cajun flavor. And visit ELMER'S CHOCOLATES, a chocolate store known for its candies and chocolate toppings for generations.
Try Cheerwine, a cherry-flavored soda that's all the rage the southeast. Go off to Chapel Hill to visit Southern Seasons, a general store filled with delights. Lastly, sample wafer thin Moravian Cookies in the little hamlet of Clemmons, NC.
From Deep Fried Turkeys to Pumpkin Cheesecake, it's Thanksgiving, Food Finds Style. Host Sandra Pinckney takes us on a tantalizing trek across the country to uncover the treats that will give your Thanksgiving tasty trimmings to talk about.
In the tiny town of Lufkin, Atkinson Candy makes "Chick-0-Stick" with peanut butter and toasted coconut. In Dallas, Mozzarella Company owner, Paula Lambert, is committed to creating some of the world's best cheeses. And try Lamme's Chewy Pralines in Austin.
Visit Cromer's Peanuts in Columbia; In Hamer, a ginger ale that is designed to taste great and burn your throat. In Charleston, meet a genteel southern baker, "The Charleston Cake Lady."
In the town of Cabazon we discover Hadley's Orchard--the birthplace of Trail Mix. We also visit Oasis Date Gardens, where they make some of the biggest dates in America, and pick up some produce at L&G Desert Fruit Store that is run by two local brothers.
Food Find's has some true holiday treats that are just right for spending time with the family. Sandra checks out gingerbread houses, amazing pretzels, a new and fun way to look at marshmallows, some historical candy, gift baskets from Florida, and more.
Water Attebara continues his family's snack tradition of creating Taro chips. We meet Kimo, the self-proclaimed "Luau King," who'll ship you "Luau in a Box." In Maui, they create special condiments and jellies at Maui Onion Jelly.
Visit America's oldest pretzel bakery: Sturgis Pretzel in Lititz, PA; And while you're in Lititz, try the Wilbur Bud at the Wilbur Chocolate Company; Also, go to Pennsylvania Dutch Country Kitchen, which makes jams, jellies, sauces, all kinds of goodies from the local farms.
Visit San Francisco's Boudin Bakery for the city's famed sourdough bread. Scharffen Berger Chocolates, an up-and-coming candy company. Also visit the Kozlowski family farm in Sonoma, which generates produce and one of a kind sauces and jellies.
Sample Kopp's Custard in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Go off to Santa Cruz, California, where Richard Donnelly runs Donnelly's Chocolates; Try Konstant's Candy in Baltimore, where the fourth generation continues to make great taffies and hard candies.
Sample Stollen at Dinkel's Bakery; Visit Gepperth's Meat Market for Hungarian Sausage; Try Eli's Cheesecake at Eli's Cheesecake World.
Have a lick at Bassett's Ice Cream; Sample soft pretzel's at the Philadelphia Pretzel Company; Get a tastycake at the Tasty Baking Company.
Try the Danish treat called the Kringle at O&H bakery in Wisconsin; Sample ice cream fruits at St.Clair's in S. Norwalk CT; and Check out canned cheese at Washington State University.
Visit Belfast, Maine, for the organic food at Fiddler's Green; Try Scandinavian fare like jams and jellies at Kal's; Sample smoked fish at Ducktrap River Fish Farm.
Brooklyn Egg Creams with Fox's U-Bet Chocolate; H&H Bagels; New York-style cheesecake at Junior's.
Named after owner Movaha Niemi, Mo's Clam Chowder in Newport has been a prized commodity for more than fifty years. In Astoria, Oregon, discover Josephson's smoked salmon that's been made the same way for three generations.
Featuring these mail order items: Strudel from Lucy's Sweet Surrender in Cleveland, Ohio; Family-run Pierogi Place in Mears, Michigan; Mail order catfish from Pickwick Smoked Catfish in Tennessee.
Hickin's Farm, in the hamlet of Cummerston Center, has been farming and picking fresh fruits to make jellies for over 50 years. Sample Cinnamon Cider Syrup from Willis Wood's Cider Mill; Visit Cabot's Creamery for sharp cheddar.
In Boston, visit an Italian family who makes cheese at the Purity Cheese Company; Tour historic Faneuil Hall and sample sauces of Le Saucier; And just outside of Boston is Phillipston where Baldwin Hill specializes in Old World sourdough breads.
Food Findsshowcases three food manufacturers who make products "down on the farm." First, sample Wicklund's Spiced Green Bean in Eugene, Oregon. Next, visit Cranes Pie Pantry in Fennville, Michigan. And last Callaway's Country Store in Harris County, GA.
1st stop Kansas City, where fans like their barbecue with popcorn from Velvet Crème. In Green Bay, WI find the Bay View Packing Company. Next, try Kramarczuk's meats in Minneapolis, MN. And last, Buffalo, NY with a trip to DiCamillo's Bakery.
Gourmet foods made from Montana's indigenous huckleberries and chokecherries at Huckleberry Haven in Kalispell; Buffalo meats at M&S Meats in Rollins; Great Northern Brewery.
Cruise down old Route 66 with pit stops in Springfield, Illinois, at the Cozy Drive Inn to try a Cozy Dog. Also, go to St. Louis for a taste of Ted Drewes Frozen Custard. And in Albuquerque, New Mexico, visit Bueno Foods, known for its green chiles and tortillas.