Chefs A' Field
Fresh from the farm and sea, this Emmy-nominated series offers a visual feast of culinary adventures, with episodes filmed coast to coast, from Hawaii's rich volcanic beaches to Mexico's dense Yucatan jungle. It showcases America's best chefs who, with family and friends, visit local farmers and fishermen to learn about eco-friendly foods. Then, they head back to the kitchen for a behind-the-scenes cooking lesson, where the chefs simplify the professional techniques of the restaurant kitchen to inspire people of all ages and skill levels to cook.
Chefs A' Field Previous Broadcasts
Disappearing Act (Episode #211)
KQED Life: Sun, Mar 28, 2010 -- 1:00 PM
Imagining a World Without Bees. Chef David Guas: Bayou Bakery -Arlington, Virginia Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is a term first coined in 2006 for a phenomenon in which worker bees mysteriously vanish from a beehive. CCD represents a looming crisis for agriculture. Pastry chef David Guas knows how important the little worker bee actually is. He joins beekeeper Dave Hackenberg in a picturesque Pennsylvania apple orchard in full bloom to work with the bees and to discuss how they, and our food supply, might be saved. Recipes: Hand Apple Pie with Honeybee Vanilla Ice Cream; Zucchini Cake with Local Honey Glaze.
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