Previews from the upcoming episodes:
- Sometimes referred to as trash fish, these are perfectly edible (and tasty) species of fish that for a variety of reasons are not commercially harvested—as yet. Eating less popular fish takes the pressure off commercial varieties that are over harvested, and can expand new markets for commercial fisherman.
- Have you ever read the label on a package of supermarket eggs? ‘cage free”, “raised humanely”, “pastured raised”, and on and on. What do these labels really mean when it comes to taste, nutritional content, and the care, handling, and feeding of the chicken? This coming episode will clear away the confusion so you will know what you are purchasing.
- We visit with one of the few organic chestnut farmers in the country to learn about chestnuts, and what makes them so unique and wonderful to eat.