Monday, May 3, 2010

Homegrown and Homemade (DV0902H)

Season Nine, Episode Two

Homegrown and Homemade - Original Airdate 5/3/10

Guy Fieri hits the road for some local flavor. In Lexington, South Carolina, a farmer's market/restaurant, where the collard greens are right off the farm. In Lackawanna, New York, an Italian joint serving scratch made lasagna loaded with stuffed peppers. And in Honolulu, Hawaii, a local favorite where the chef is putting a fresh spin on a Hawaiian fish classic called poke.

Video from the Mulberry Italian Cafe
For video from the Farmer's Shed, click here
For video from Poke Stop, click here

Farmer’s Shed - website
2514 Augusta Highway, Lexington, SC 29072 - map
(803) 996-9122

Mulberry Italian Cafe - website
64 Jackson Avenue, Lackawanna, NY 14218 - map
(716) 822-4292

The Poke Stop - website
1840 Meheula Pkwy, Mililani Town, HI 96789 - map
(808) 626-3400‎

Recipes in this episode
Meatballs - Mulberry - Joe Jerge, owner
Furikake Salmon - Poke Stop - Elmer Gonzalez, owner
Shrimp and Tasso Gravy over Yellow Grits - The Farmers Shed - Stephen Crowe, former cook

Guy Ate Here - Poke Stop


calicodaisy said...

Lexington is my town! I wished I had been invited to the taping -- not that I'm friends with the place but I have been there before.

Dora said...

calicodaisy, I'm sure this won't make you feel any better, but the taping at the Farmer's Shed was really hush-hush, and I didn't even hear about it until the shoot was done. :)

calicodaisy said...

You know I was just teasing about being notified! I'm just a big DDD fan. Though I've shopped at the farmer's market portion of the shop, I haven't eaten there before. However, I stopped by there today to pick up a plate to go and some cornbread. The food was fine -- familiar southern cooking to me. The cornbread is excellent! It is sweet and moist with a little crunch to the crust. Love it! They have a 2003 newspaper feature framed and hung on the wall that includes the recipe. I think I'll sit at the table near the page next time and copy it!

Anonymous said...

Here's where the Skillet Cornbread was in the Newspaper. I know on the show, there was other spice added, which Guy said "savory spice".