We explore the local flavors of Houston, TX. Our first stop is at Berryhill Tamales. Next, off to Round Top for the Royer's Roundtop Cafe. Meet Ben Burkholder and his famous toffee. Finally, we meet innovative Houston chefs.
First stop is The Berkshire Mountain Bakery. Next, head to West Stockbridge where Charles H. Baldwin and Sons has been producing vanilla extract for over 110 years. Then we discover some unique jams and jellies, and see Joe's Diner.
Old Chatam Sheepherding Companyclaims the best sheeps milk cheese. Enid's concoctions of chutney are rather unique. If you've ever traveled through Warrensburg, New York, you might catch a whiff of Oscar's and have to investigate a little.
We explore the local flavors found on the farms of Georgia. See Bland Farms, the largest producer of vidalias. Lane's Packing company is famous for its peaches. Finally we discover the hidden secret of the muscadine grape, at Paulk Vineyards.
The historic town of Bridgewater provide tasty Chocolates. Harney & Sons Fine Teas has bean delivering teas of distinction for several decades. Tea and cake seem to go well together, so do tea and cookies. Matthews 1812 house has quite a selection of both.
Cafe Napoleon specializes in traditional roasts and blends of coffees. At Fairmount Bagels, Irwin Sclafman still makes Old World bagels. At Lady Marmelade local flavors can be savored year round. Finally we visit, Chez Schwartz.
The Jackson Hole Buffalo Meat Company they roam all the way to the dinner table. 'The Bunnery' is famous for their OSM bread. Our final is stop is for a mountain berry that satisfies the sweet tooth at Huckleberry bonbons.
Visit Wilber's in Goldsboro, NC, for Carolina Barbecue; Blue Heaven Ostrich Ranch in Apex, NC; Todd Guiton's Toad Sweat Dessert Hot Sauces; Fearrington House.
At Sonny's Crema Cafe and Sorbet they are used to being different. Next we visit the Scandia Bakery to find a traditional Kransakake. The Austrian Oblaten is an old world pastry shop. Finally we find award winning Italian fare at Cosettas.
Our first stop is the Choco-Musee Erico. Next we visit Conserverie du Quartier, which means 'the neighborhood cannery'. Then we find Marie Mercier, owner of Chez Marie. Finally we visit the oldest grocery store in North America. J.A. Moisan.
The Anishinaabeg Indians are farming. The Lakota Indian tribe has roots planted at Wooden Knife Cafe. In Long Island, New York, Elizabeth Haile and her son have put the Thunderbird symbol on a Cafe and a Coffee that you can enjoy.
First we visit Chaim's Kosher Bakery in Chicago famous for its Challah bread. Then, Russ and Daughters who have been feeding New Yorkers for nearly 90 years. Then to Nate N' Al's in Beverly Hills since 1945.
In Naples, NY we discover grape pie. Our next stop is Arbor Hill, that makes a large line of products from grapes, including balsamic vinegar. Finally we visit an organic farm for granola that has started a 'cult.'
First stop is Penn State where the creamery has provided their special ice cream since 1895. Next we visit Cornell, where they helped create E-moo. Then we travel to Mississippi State where we find everything we need for our next wine and cheese party.
At Big Red Popcorn, popcorn pops on the cob. In Brownville, stone ground flour and corn mill are the specialties of Brownville Mills. We visit the Lintel family at Grama's Inc. as they make exquisite jams and jellies.
In Paradise, Idaho, Trinity Water dug down deep and struck gold. Dorothy Baumhoff's legacy of chokecherry, elderberry, and other exotic fruit jams lives on through her children. We?ll take you to the harvest of the berries and into the kitchen.
We find Nira Milo hard at work making truffles. At Wildly Delicious, the Muscats create spicy blends of their own. At Chudleigh's Farms they've been growing Northern spy apples for 40 years. Finally we stop by the St. Lawrence Market.
Meet the Elmer's at their European bakery, Jaciva. Then to Ponzi Vineyards for a variety that wine lovers rave about. Meet Fiona Dohman that turned her traditional comfort food into a favorite of this town. Finally we stop into Dan and Louis Oyster Bar.
In Manhattan, we find Bubby's, known for Loco Soda. Next we head to Kentucky for 'A bottle of Ski." Then we travel to Boylan's Bottleworks where the Fiorina brothers produce birch beer. Finally we hit the road with Moxie collector, Don Worthen.
Discover the Salt Lake Roasting Company. Next visit Cummings Studio Chocolates. As we move on we meet Cindy Robison, owner of Trolley Taffy Station. Finally we head up to the Silver Fork Lodge breakfast.
Malley's makes specialty chocolates like their Nutmallow Bar. Next we track down Pat Tung and her Cooking School Sauces. We find Fowler's Mill makes specialty-baking mixes. Finally, we discover Bertman's Original Ball Park Mustard.
We head to Mary Jane's Farm for meals that are almost-ready to eat. Next we meet the Cox family, who dry everything to their namesake, Just Tomatoes. Then we Meet Liz and Glenn Ward who developed Bumble Bars. Finally we meet Bill Wolf of Wolfies Nuts.
In Indianola, Mississippi, we stop at The Crown in Town Restaurant for some Catfish Pate and antiques. In Natchez, Mississippi, check out Cora's Cake in a Jar. In Boyle, Mississippi, we visit the Caramel Factory.
Visit Sand Hill Berries for everything from jams and jellies to vinaigrettes and cordials. Then discover the cities best pierogies at Pierogies Plus. See an Italian pastry shop in an old mechanic's garage.
In Dodge City, cattle have been big business and still are at the Dodge City Steak Company. At Russell Sifer's Candy Company, you'll get a guaranty like none other. They guaranty it will get all over you. In Louisburg we discover Louisburg Cider Mill.
First we visit Candy Manor in Chatham. Next at Old County Farms we harvest cranberries. Then we discover that Clambake Celebrations does all the work and overnights you a traditional Native American feast. Finally we stop by the Cranberry Festival.