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FYI is partnering with Sur La Table to produce the new culinary series Scraps, where national Sur La Table Chef Joel Gamoran travels across the U.S. creating incredible feasts in unexpected places, using the most out-of-the-box ingredients – food waste and scraps. Each episode of SCRAPS will follow Chef Joel to a new city where he partners with food waste champions to celebrate the local cuisine and create a delicious meal with food items many consider to be waste, like banana peels, shrimp shells, chicken bones and carrot stems. The pressure will be on as Joel will have less than a day to source ingredients, build a full menu and create a meal for an outdoor dinner party. From roadside foraging, to chocolate roasting, to oyster hunting – viewers will follow Joel on a one-of-a-kind food sourcing adventure in his refurbished 1963 Volkswagen bus, which doubles as his mobile kitchen.The new KitchenAid® Artisan® Mini Mixer, Stand Mixer attachments and high-performance Pro Line® Series Blender will be used in the series to make everything from fresh pasta to veggie noodles and more.
"Santa Fe NM" - Chef Joel Gamoran heads to Santa Fe, New Mexico and partners up with local chef Jonathan Perno, a native son and strong advocate of fresh, farm to table cooking. The two learn how to make the traditional blue corn tortilla, and give local scraps a makeover by using stale tortillas, rejected chiles, zucchini blossoms, and overripe avocados to create a delicious dinner menu.
Chef Joel Gamoran travels across the country to Sonoma, California to team up with old friend and long-time scraps advocate, Sally Hiebert. The pair forages for edible ingredients along the roadside, and use all of their gathered greens, along with asparagus bottoms, chicken fat, and strawberry tops, to cook up a delicious and innovative feast for some Sonoma locals.
Chef Joel Gamoran heads to Portland, Oregon and partners up with local author and salt master, Mark Bitterman. They travel to a nearby farm to source fresh vegetables, and cook up a delectable and inventive feast using a variety of scraps such as an entire leek, mushroom stems, spent coffee, and rejected pears.
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