A travel-cooking show about the link between food and art, history, nature and science.
Sat., October 25, 2014
Host Edward Lee reflects on his life in Louisville, including how it has inspired, influenced and changed him over the past decade. With chef Kevin Ashworth from Lee's restaurant Milkwood, he experiments with finds from the farmers' market. He also explores Louisville's fried chicken scene; and creates his take on fried chicken with North Carolina chef Ashley Christensen. Finally, he pays homage to his wife Diannethe reason he stayed Louisvilleand the city's German heritage with hasenpfeffer.
Sat., November 1, 2014
Kentucky's culinary delights are explored. Included: Nancy Newsom of Col. Bill Newsom's Aged Kentucky Country Ham; and chef Ouita Michel, who makes a dish that features smoke and spoonbill caviar. Also: making ice cream with sorghum.
Season 2 of The Paradise continues the story of life, love and intrigue in a glamorous Victorian-era department store.See all broadcast times →
Garrett Peck, author of "Capital Beer: A Heady History of Brewing in Washington, D.C." discusses the history of brewing in the nation's capital. D.C.'s beer heritage dates back to 1770 and claims some very innovative brewers. However, the local beer market changed tremendously after Prohibition and the city was left without a hometown brew for decades before a recent resurgence.
WETA Channel 26 hit the Washington airwaves on October 2, 1961, when station manager George Baker introduced viewers to WETA's inaugural broadcast, The New Era.Watch first broadcast →