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Adrian Miller, Soul Food Scholar

Episode Two - Our Colorado Eggs

The topics of Episode Two are our local Colorado Eggs mostly provided by our local backyard chickens; our Colorado Water that is reflected in the purity and taste of our local Colorado Egg; our local Colorado school gardens who nurture chickens and eggs to our children; and most of all, how you can take an intended recipe that you might mess up and use it to create a new recipe that tastes yummy therefore wasting nothing but gaining yet another "new perspective" on food and cooking.

Episode Four - Our Colorado Beef

The topics of Episode Four are our Colorado Beef (featuring Senator Larry Crowder and his son Patrick Crowder); our Colorado River; The National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD); River Rafting; Camping; Poetry (from Justice Hobbs)

ELA Family Farms

Season Two Trailer
Episode 1

April 21st at 9:00am on RMPBS Channel 6

Episode Three - Our Colorado Honey

The topics of Episode Three are our local Honey Bees; Denver Union Station (the bee hives on top of DUS and the Chef down in DUS); the importance of the Honey Bee and our stewardship to them as human beings.

Episode One - Our Colorado Lamb

The topics of Episode One are our local Colorado Lamb provided by the "Triple M-Bar Ranch" in Manzanola; our local DryDock Brewery and variety of local beers; our local veterans honored by our local Freedom Memorial in Aurora; our local foundation helping kids called, "Think Like a Genius".

This Colorado-based program is a cooking show like no other focusing on ecology, sustainability, family-owned farms and ranches, culinary and cultural diversity, political economy of food, food justice, and voices of youth and disability.  The name of the show refers not primarily to Dr. Folska’s own blindness but to the fact that most of us are also “cooking in the dark” if we do not know where our ingredients come from or how they were produced.
The show seeks to bridge the growing divide between rural and urban Coloradans by exploring the inherent connections between them.  There are three segments in each episode. Firstly, Dr. Folska visits an organic, family-owned Colorado farm or ranch to gather ingredients; in the second, she works with a noted local chef [who has agreed to enter her world and be blindfolded] to experiment with recipes; in the final segment, she works with young people using the recipes to prepare a yummy meal at home.