A Mouth Full: Organic Living from 'Field to Fork'
Jun 3, 2016 - 10:51:33 AM
This week we head to the western end of New Providence Island in The
Bahamas to take in the sites and smells of the
Field to Fork Community
Farm. A farm that is starting an organic trend here in the country with
food that comes directly from our soil and onto your plate. Dre speaks
to Selima Hauber of
Field to Fork and takes you to their farmer's market
on Wednesdays and Saturday in May and June.
also speaks with
Brer Bookie Meat Co, which sells homemade, organic
sausages with chicken, pork, beef and lamb. It has zero nitrates and
My Bahamas Sponge company is also featured.
In a live cooking demo, Chef Simeon Hall serves up a brunch dish with ingredients at the farm.
Rusty from Bristol Cellars suggests an organic wine,
Bonterra Chardonnay, perfect for pairing with farm fresh fruits and vegetables.
Click PLAY for another awesome adventure in taste!
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A Mouth Full
is the first of its kind in Bahamian television, entertaining and
educating Bahamians and visitors alike about the variety and complexity
of the food landscape here in our 700 island archipelago.
A Mouth Full's host, Dre
visits local restaurants, take-aways, ‘holes in the wall’, and
households to taste, try and create all the foods available here in the
country. New episodes (10 mins. each) of
A Mouth Full are released
every 2 weeks on a Thursday online, and the show also airs Wednesdays at
9pm on CABLE 12. Each season offers 8 episodes and we have 2 seasons
A Mouth Full is produces by IKONZ Media
sponsored by Bristol Wines and Spirits, BTC, Islandbreak. Promotional
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