This episode of FoodCrafters features unique snacks that give your body a boost! Check out Aida Mollenkamp personalizing her own energy bars at YouBar, learn about the secrets of Goji berries in cookie form and get a taste of artisianal microbrewing coffee at Blue Bottle. Then it's the brainstorm behind a one of a kind peanut butter package.
Host Aida Mollenkamp introduces us to four artisanal food producers who share their cream of the crop stories on this episode of FoodCrafters. Get the skinny on goat's milk in Lay-loo's Ice Cream and in Sweet Grass Dairy's award winning cheeses, discover the secret behind Eileen's cheesecake in NYC, and get a taste of creamy fudge coming out of L.A.
In this episode of FoodCrafters, host Aida Mollenkamp hooks up with artisans who use the purest and sweetest ingredients to make their confections. It's crowded... Three friends share a kitchen and a love of small bites, two brothers dish out amazing Persian ice cream, two stay- at- home moms hand batch jam under the name Emily G. Plus, its the dudes behind Baked, who do cookies from scratch.
Grab a glass of milk, because this episode of FoodCrafters is spicy-hot! Host Aida Mollenkamp climbs the Scoville ropes by showing off the hot side of bison jerky and the sweet side of jalapeno jelly. Then, learn from small batch pros as they mix up hot pepper sauce in Denver and spicy Mexican chocolates in L.A.
In this episode of FoodCrafters, learn how time is an essential ingredient to making good food! Host Aida Mollenkamp exposes the ancient secrets of making Kimchi in NYC, while uncovering the art of drying salt in Maine. The longer it sits, the better it gets in Georgia at a charcuterie shop making salumi, and also at a one of a kind California dairy making blue cheese.
In this episode of FoodCrafters, host Aida Mollenkamp unearths artisans with some of the greenest thumbs out there. Head to Brooklyn to see how the freshest vegetables get brined, then travel to San Francisco to check out a farmer who is bringing back seeds that haven't seen dirt in 50 years. Plus, harvest sea vegetables from the coastal waters of Maine, and learn the secrets behind handling heirloom beans in Napa.
In this episode of FoodCrafters, host Aida Mollenkamp spreads the love of good food with a taste of small batch jam in Oakland, CA and a visit to Maine to taste the last stone-ground mustard in the country. Then in Colorado, check out how goat cheese is made to perfection and learn the tricks of crafting the perfect pesto.
In this episode of FoodCrafters, host Aida Mollenkamp introduces us to her favorite artisans bringing protein to our plates! Visit three guys making sausages in Brooklyn, three sisters tending cattle in Washington, and two brothers who share their lobster's tale in Maine. Plus, it's the veggie side of meat, with a cultivated look at growing mushrooms in Sebastopol, California.
In this episode, FoodCrafters explores the satisfying crunch in handmade snacks. Host Aida Mollenkamp rolls out the flatbread in Larkspur, California and checks out an innovative nut roaster in Boulder cooking up amazing flavors. Then visit a dancing gourmet popcorn family in Seattle and an artisan confectioner that will make you re-think peanut brittle.
In this episode of FoodCrafters, host Aida Mollenkamp gets her hands sticky with a visit to Brooklyn where two friends craft handmade sweets. Then, visit a family that's making honey BBQ sauces in Seattle and two sisters who make ice cream sandwiches by hand in Portland. Plus, get the sticky on the Oregon couple making waves with their berry bursting sustainable sodas.