Are you one of the growing number of folks who are curious about making cheese? Listen to this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show to hear from an Arkansan who has made cheese making his business. (more…)
We’re celebrating all things Southern in this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show. Natchez chef and cookbook author Regina Carboneau and Rebecca Darwin, President of Garden & Gun magazine, join me at a special dinner party to discuss living, dining and growing up in the South.
Did you know that English speaking countries once referred to autumn as harvest? It wasn’t until the population shift from rural to urban areas that we adopted the French word automne. Whatever you call the season, this is a great time of year to be in Arkansas.
You might not think of Arkansas when you think of wine, but it’s actually one of the oldest and largest wine producers in the Southern region. So what better way to soak up the Natural State, than spending a few days exploring the area wineries?
You may have noticed that we serve a big helping of food related topics on this show. I do love a good meal especially if it’s made with homegrown or locally sourced ingredients. In this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show we’re focusing on the farm to restaurant relationship.
There is nothing like fresh produce from your own garden. Lois Chaplin of Bonnie Plants joins me in the One Acre Vegetable Garden to discuss proper soil and growing techniques as well as a program designed to get third-graders involved in gardening.
Love apples, wolf peaches, tomatoes! Whatever you call them one thing is for sure – Americans are obsessed with homegrown tomatoes. In this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show I speak with tomato grower extraordinaire Alan Leveritt about his best growing advice and the Arkansas Grown program that connects local farmers with consumers.
Do you love ice cream? How about a scoop of Muscadine Ginger or Dunbar Gardens Fresh Lavender? Those are the flavors we’re eating in Little Rock this summer. Loblolly Creamy is serving up ice cream inspired by Arkansas flavors and made with local ingredients.
Despite being the smallest state in the union Rhode Island packs a big punch in architectural design, beautiful landscapes, with a rich horticultural history. While I was at the Newport Flower Show was I caught up with some of the Preservation Society of Newport County members who are keeping this “Eden of America” alive and well. Listen to our conversation in this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show.