In this episode of FoodCrafters, Aida Mollenkamp is looking to satisfy her sweet tooth. Check out candy makers at PapaBubble in NYC, two sisters making cake balls in Dallas and a confectioner in Chicago turning out La-Dee-Dah caramels. Plus, a gourmet twist on rice crispy treats in Los Angeles.
FoodCrafters is on the rocks as Aida Mollenkamp gets a sip of alcohol-infused artisanal foods. From a team making loaded chocolate sauce in Chicago to two brothers crafting single batch whiskey in Denver. Then it's bourbon balls from Kentucky and a decadent cognac tobacco chocolate in Dallas.
Celebrate the holidays on this festive FoodCrafters. In this episode, Aida Mollenkamp heads to NYC to decorate mini gingerbread houses for Patti Paige and gets a taste of First Prize Pies' Sweet Potato Pie. Plus, there's a visit to Star Farm in Kentucky to see how heritage turkeys are raised and a California twist on the Italian panforte.
In this episode of FoodCrafters, host Aida Mollenkamp celebrates all things nutty. From creating the ultimate walnut cookie with Jennie and Vera in Chicago, to sampling gourmet flavors of peanut butter at Spread San Diego. Plus, there's an LA baker dedicated to a nutty decadent cheesecake and a baseball fanatic in Washington driven to revolutionize peanuts in the shell.
In this episode, Aida Mollenkamp gives us the buzz on the most unique preserves in the country. Forage through bee hives to make honey meade in Chicago. Then head to colorful Hungarian pepper fields in the Northwest for spicy pickled peppers, visit Dallas to relish over sweet dessert salsa and see how one foodcrafter makes bacon jam out of an airstream trailer.
In this episode, host Aida Mollenkamp shows us how to add zest to any dish using flavors from some of the best FoodCrafters out there. From sweet to salty to spicy, Aida takes us to SF for Shakirah Simley's small batch jam, Kentucky for micro-brewed soy sauce and Dallas for a Double Dawg Dare Ya salsa. Then, it's onto Arizona for EVO and a visit to Queen Creek Olive Mill.
Feel full and cozy with these comforting FoodCrafters as host Aida Mollenkamp adds new flavor to traditional rice pudding at New York's Rice to Riches, then stays warm in Massachusetts with authentic miso soup. Dig into Pike's Place Market's famous Beecher's Mac and Cheese and finish things up with the ultimate chocolate cake from a patisserie in northern California.
Host Aida Mollenkamp shows us some starters that are sure to spoil your dinner. Check out this lemon and love infused hummus in San Francisco, before heading to Rhode Island for roasted poblano pepper salsa. We're making a stop in San Diego for a link of rustic Italian sausage, then hitting the beaches of South Carolina for fresh crab cakes.
FoodCrafters' host Aida Mollenkamp exposes sugar as the essential ingredient for great tasting treats. Go ahead and eat the dough with these SugaRainbow cookies in San Francisco, meet some goofy lollipop makers in Massachusetts, crunch on some gourmet toffee in Arizona, and satisfy your sweeteeth with white chocolate from Charleston.
In this episode, Aida Mollenkamp goes around the country finding the newest trends in the chocolate world. Discover a hidden chocolate boutique in the small town of Calvert Texas, walk through the steps of bean to bar chocolate with Brooklyn's own Mast Brothers, discover unexpected flavors from Venezuelan born chocolatiers, and behold the possibilities of raw cocoa.
In this episode, Aida Mollenkamp shows the best snacks to curb your appetite. Named for their Long Island origins, North Fork is the expert on kettle-cooked chips. Learn how a San Diego local makes dried fruit taste juicy, why tamales are a true labor of love and how everyone can find their flavor at Austin Cornucopia.
FoodCrafters raises the heat to find the best baked treats from all over the country. Join Aida Mollenkamp in Austin as she hand crafts Brazilian savory pastries. Then head to Kentucky to explore one of the oldest flour mills in the south, mix and bake delicious brownies with Mari in New York, and meet two Texas Czech's who whip up traditional kolaches.
Light up the backyard grill and join host Aida Mollenkamp as she brings you to the hot spots for American barbecue. Start at the beginning with the oldest barbecue joint in Texas, then mix things up with Smokin' Joe Jones' famous bbq sauce. Head down to South Carolina to see humanely raised and happy pigs, then see the legend Mike Mills make his famous bbq baked beans.
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