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Feast TV: Foraged Foods

Feast TV: Foraged Foods

Most of the food that we eat is grown on farms, picked, packed and shipped to a grocery store or offered up at a farmer’s market. Sometimes we grow our own food in backyard gardens, on window sills or in neighborhood plots. But not all food is cultivated. Many foods are foraged, plucked from wild places and either eaten quickly during their fleeting seasons or preserved for future enjoyment. Our first segment takes us on a morel hunt, then we’re off to the woods to forage for black walnuts. Next up, we visit a farm that specializes in wild and native species. In the kitchen, host Cat Neville makes a black walnut-crusted pork with mashed sweet potatoes.

  • In St. Louis, tune into the Nine Network (Channel 9) to watch Feast TV Wednesdays at 7pm.
  • In Kansas City, watch Feast TV on KCPT (Channel 19) Sundays at 5:30pm.
  • You can watch Feast TV throughout mid-Missouri on KMOS (Channel 6) Thursdays at 7pm.
  • Feast TV will air in the southern Illinois region on WSIU (Channel 8) Saturdays at noon and Mondays at 12:30pm.

Feast TV is brought to you by the generous support of our sponsors: Missouri WinesIKEAKaldi's Coffee Roasting Co.Ole Tyme Produce and The Raphael Hotel. Produced in partnership with Tybee Studios and LP Creative Studio.

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