Kitchen Boss: Buddy's Veal Ossobuco
For his anniversary dinner, Buddy prepares a family favorite: Veal Ossobuco.
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Some Assembly Required: Salt Mining in Kansas
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How It's Made: Tortilla Chips
Ever wonder how tortilla chips get their signature texture? Find out in this clip from The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
Understanding: Frozen Food Industry
On TLC's "Understanding," Swanson introduced the first TV dinner in 1953, and it revolutionized American cooking. Today updated flash freezing methods are used to keep damaging ice crystals at a minimum.
How SPAM Works
SPAM is one of the world's most famous and easily recognized foods. Learn more about SPAM in this video from HowStuffWorks.
G Word: Cacao Processing
Discover how cacao, the plant used to make chocolate, is dried and processed in Costa Rica. Learn more with Stephen Brooks, correspondent on Planet Green's "G Word."
Some Assembly Required: Whiskey Maturing
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Cake Boss: Vampires
Buddy is in for one shocking Halloween as he delivers a cake to a bunch of vampires located in a cemetery.
Dirty Jobs: Smokehouse Pit Cleaner
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G Word: Urban Foraging in NYC
Food guru Stephen Brooks goes foraging in New York City and prepares a hearty stew from his mission in this clip from Planet Green's "G Word."
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