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I don’t understand how Americans, as fond as we are of soda pop, that it hasn’t caught on to drink sparkling wine with food.
That’s sommelier Brad Dunn. He came into the Earth Eats studio to talk about the history of champagne and to give suggestions for broadening the appeal of bubbly from just a celebratory drink to something you’d serve with a nice dinner.
We speak with author Maria Finn about how best to use all parts of the fish.
From Harvest Public Media, how this summer’s drought it still wreaking havoc on shipping patterns on the Mississippi River.
And in the kitchen, Chef Daniel Orr prepares three traditionally lucky dishes in anticipation of the New Year — black-eyed peas, corned beef and greens.
Stories On This Episode
Water levels have fertilizer shippers scrambling to get their product to market before low water dries up their most important shipping route.
Feel wasteful when you throw away the heads, skins and bones after a tasty trout dinner? Maria Finn has strategies for using every part of the fish.
In its simplest form, the spinach is wonderful as a warm salad, or you can serve it as a bed for smoked trout, roast beef or sliced veal.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by making your very own corned beef.
Eating black eyed peas on New Year's Day is thought to bring luck. And since this is a very healthy dish, you will also be guilt-free at the start of 2012.