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Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Previous Broadcasts

America's Fruit Basket (Episode #210H)

KQED 9: Sun, Jul 30, 2017 -- 10:00 AM

Pete Evans is in central California, America's fruit basket, about to throw a multi-cultural meal for a party of 30. Joining Pete are chefs David Lentz and Anthony Lamas. The morning starts off with a relaxing fishing trip on bass lake. It is tough to get the guys to leave the lake but there are a lot of hungry people waiting for dinner!! Next stop is a local orchard to pick up some juicy peaches and nectarines for a stone-fruit salsa to accompany the pork tenderloin and some California raisins for an updated version of a raisin/carrot salad. The rainbow trout is grilled to perfection with charred dandelion greens and we're serving it all al fresco in Fresno.

Woodland Plantation (Episode #209H)

KQED 9: Sun, Jul 23, 2017 -- 10:00 AM

Pete Evans visits the banks of the big muddy herself, the Mississippi River, to feast on a southern seafood smorgasbord. Taking us to her shores are chefs Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski who've partnered on numerous restaurants. The adventure begins by the moonlight as Pete and the boys go bow-fishing and the adventure continues by day as the group sets out to go crabbing. Together they throw a traditional New Orleans seafood feast with a classic crawfish boil, grilled oysters, jalapeno crab salad and grilled red fish. A feast that should appease the appetites of twenty or so friends, purveyors, and one very hungry alligator.

New York - Staten Island (Episode #208H)

KQED 9: Sun, Jul 2, 2017 -- 10:00 AM

Pete Evans visits various parts of New York City with chefs Seamus Mullen, owner of a handful on New York City restaurants including Tertulia in Manhattan's West Village, and April Bloomfield, the James Beard Award winning best chef of New York City, whose Spotted Pig restaurant has won a prestigious Michelin star seven years in a row. The trio starts the day off at the Brooklyn Grange, which is a rooftop farm in the middle of Brooklyn and then head to Dickson's in Chelsea market where they break down a pig from the nose to the tail. Then it's off to another borough on the ferryboat from Manhattan to Staten Island for the feast. Tonight's menu includes Seafood Paella with Lobster, Scallops and Shrimp, a Brooklyn Grange Salad, Roasted Coppa Spring Greens with Scapes, Favas, and Herbs, and a Duck Confit Salad with Raisins, Fennel, and Apple and the view for the feast at Casa Belvedere is as stunning as the city it was created in!

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