Learn about the gullah geechee food culture and the perfect lowcountry fish fry. Then join Kelly on an early morning fishing trip and see how to prepare the bounty: a crab stuffed flounder.
Want a taste of great southern BBQ? Look no further than Rodney Scott, the ultimate pitmaster at the Garden and Gun Jubilee. He threw an all-night pig roast our taste buds will never forget.
Who makes your favorite BBQ? Tell us in the comments where we should go next.
With all the focus on the big meal, which wines should you serve with Thanksgiving dinner? Original Fare showcases some good ol’ American wines to pair with your farmer’s market stuffing. Best in show goes to the Ancestor Blend from Halter Ranch. For something a little sweater and lighter go for a Washington Riesling like Poet’s Leap. For fruit forward fanatic friends, try Sparkman, also from Washington. But if you’re feeling frisky, Channing Daughters has a wild take on a pairing with their Ramato.
Could you hunt for your own dinner? It might be the best way to make sure you are eating healthy, sustainable meat. Kelly goes duck hunting in Northern California to see if she can overcome her fear of guns. Tell us what you think in the comments.
We all know wine starts on a vine and ends up in a bottle. But what happens in between? Kelly goes grape harvesting on a Fall California night to find out.