Tasting: FoodCrafters

By: Mark Levine

Ask Aida Mollenkamp has been crisscrossing the US as 'taste hunter' -- tracking down some of the best food finds around the country for a brand-new Cooking Channel show.

In FoodCrafters, Aida unearths hidden, handmade food discoveries that are going to inspire you to skip work, fuel the RV and food roadtrip ( or at least, track some of these artisanal foods down online).

Track all the places Aida visits in the FoodCrafters Resource Guide .

Quick Bites about Aida:
  • FoodCrafters seeks out the most intriguing tastes in the country.
  • The show is always on the hunt for intriguing and unforgettably crafted foods.
  • If you have a great find for us, share in the Comments below.
Aida Mollenkamp
  • Taste Hunter Host Extraordinaire for FoodCrafters.
  • You may know her from Chow.com or Ask Aida.
  • In her own words: Food Lover + Food Writer + Food Host = Food Obsessed

Ok, we snagged that last bullet from her Twitter page, but she's also been an excellent 140-Character Correspondent for us as well -- Follow us here.

Watch FoodCrafters on Cooking Channel, beginning May 31st.

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