Emmy-winning Feast TV brings Feast Magazine to life through in-depth segments on the stories and recipes found in each issue. Our monthly, half-hour program connects you to the St. Louis region'€™s most innovative culinarians through a fresh, insightful look at the local food scene.

In her demo, publisher Catherine Neville demos how to make a rack of lamb with Thai pan sauce and coconut-cilantro rice.

Also in this episode:

-- Travel to Green Dirt Farm near Weston, Missouri, to see how the farm's incredible sheep's milk cheeses are made.

-- Meet the family who invented cashew chicken in Springfield, Missouri, and learn the history of this Chinese-American original.

-- Visit with the founders of Torn Label Brewing, a new Kansas City-based regional brewery.

-- Get in the kitchen with Gerard Craft at Niche Restaurant in St. Louis, where the chef has focused his cutting-edge menu on only Midwest products, creating a unique culinary experience that is a true reflection of the flavor of our region.

Feast TV is presented by Missouri Wines with support from Whole Foods Market. Produced in partnership with Graine Films.

Tune in or set your DVR now to watch the April episode of Emmy-winning Feast TV:

--St. Louis: In St. Louis, tune into the Nine Network (Channel 9) to see Feast TV on Sat., April 4 at 2pm and Mon., April 6 at 1pm. Feast TV will also air throughout the month on nineCREATE. Feast TV will also air throughout the month on nineCREATE.

-- Kansas City: In Kansas City, watch Feast TV on KCPT (Channel 19) on Sat., April 11 at 2:30pm.

-- Mid-Missouri: You can watch Feast TV throughout mid-Missouri on KMOS (Channel 6) on Thu., April 23 at 8:30pm and Sun., April 26 at 6:30pm.

-- Southern Illinois: Feast TV will air in the southern Illinois region on WSIU (Channel 8) at 10am on Sat., April 4.

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