This PSA chronicles the life of a single strawberry—from the farm to the supermarket to its ultimate destination: the trash. This video is part of the “Save the Food’ campaign designed to reduce food waste, change household behaviors, and ultimately minimize environmental and economic impacts. (Learn more at savethefood.com)
Fresh vegetables and delicious meat cooked to juicy tenderness already sounds like a great deal, and there are some places willing to let you use those wonderful ingredients to create your own perfect dish.
Ryan Siu of The Black Drop coffeehouse in Bellingham, Washington, gives a few pointers on how to make a great cup of coffee at home. One secret: a burr grinder might be the most important part of a great cup'a joe.
Mom and Pop places seem to always have a reputation for being unassuming restaurants with terrific food inside. Hoskins Restaurant on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach may have grown large enough to not quite be considered a mom and pop shop anymore but it still retains that fantastic authenticity with great food to match.
Executive chef Thomas Hiestand shows you a quick way to make a gorgeous, healthy salad with arugula, roasted beets, tomato and onion. Hiestand is the executive chef at Kingston Plantation, home of Vintage Twelve, in Myrtle Beach.
So, if you read the subtitle carefully, you will notice that frying fish is not among the techniques listed. For those of us living in the capitol of fried seafood, such an omission means that this book will broaden the way we use and enjoy food from our waterways and the ocean.