In their never-ending bucket list journey, the Brass Sisters learn about food incubators, chutney, unusual cookies, and savory rugelach. Wanting to thank their new food friends, Sheila and Marilynn whip up cashew & chutney treats into a ‘tower’ of rugelach, drizzled with balsamic and fluff drizzle.
Night fishing on the Cumberland River, a free fishing weekend at Minor Clark State Fish Hatchery, and Metal Madness, a fast-paced shooting game created in Kentucky, are featured.
Rockies: Kingdoms of the Sky
The Rockies stretch 3,000 miles up the length of North America, and are one of the great mountain ranges of the world. These mountains are home not just to cougars, wolverines, wolves, and grizzly bears, but also daredevil wingsuit flyers, who jump from high peaks, and Native Americans, competing in breakneck horse races.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson explores the savory tastes, sights, and sounds of Detroit's Arab American community. He shares a meal with a Syrian refugee family, eats falafel, learns how to make Iraqi bread, and attends an amazing 700-person Lebanese wedding.
We head to Western Kentucky to go fishing and talk about Conservation Camps with Clay Brummal. Next, we fish Elkhorn Creek with lifelong sportswoman Chelsea Rivers. And lastly, we see what it takes to compete in youth trap shooting in Madison County.
Connections with Renee Shaw
Renee visits DV8 Kitchen, a restaurant and bakery in Lexington that provides second chance employment opportunities for people in substance abuse recovery who are trying to redirect their lives. She speaks with Rob and Diane Perez about their vision for the restaurant and its support from the community. Renee also talks with employees at the eatery to hear their stories of recovery and how DV8 Kitchen helps them.
On this weeks show, we've got family fishing turned into fish tacos, a great trip to Kentucky Lake with former professional bass angler Sondra Rankin, and we also take a look back at the Kentucky state record bull elk.
On this week's show, we're getting lessons from the world's best crappie angler, revisiting the 2018 Kentucky elk draw, and building habitat for Kentucky's vulnerable wildlife.