Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

Tim Farmer

Tim Farmer explores traditional food preparation including gardening tips, canning, processing and smoking meat, where to purchase produce, and more. He visits with folks who have a passion to share and enjoy recipes.

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Grandbabies; 3-2-1 Ribs; Animals; Ice Cream Sundae and Cookie

26:57 | #712

The Grandbabies are here! Taryn and Sammy help Papa Tim make his 3-2-1 Ribs in the smoker with sides of Smoked Baked Beans and Connie's Cold Corn Salad. Visit with the animals, hug on the mini donkey Holly and learn about Taryn's big plans for dessert: an Ice Cream Sundae with a Skillet Baked Cookie!

Smoking Bacon; Medicinal Plants; Father's Day; Sweet Dill Pickles

27:30 | #711

Tim gets his smokehouse going and adds some bacon to cold smoke. Jennifer from Nature Reliance School shares information about some medicinal plants in your own backyard. We honor our Father's for Father's Day by visiting with Nicki's Dad, Wild Bill, to talk about his childhood and with Tim's Dad, Jerry, to make his Famous Cheeseburgers. We also visit the Housewarming's Patio with Grandma Nicki to make some easy sweet dill pickles!

Seared Venison Tenderloin; New Grandbaby

27:16 | #710

Dress up your dinner with Seared Venison Tenderloin and a Cherry Port Wine Sauce. Spinach and Bacon on the side with Mushrooms and Onions. Visit the new Grandbaby and catch up on the rest!

Smoked Bacon; Elmwood Stock Farm; Grandma Kalokerino's Orange Cake

28:29 | #709

Learn how to smoke bacon in your own kitchen in only 3 days. Visit Elmwood Stock Farm for local organic veggies, and learn about how grass can affect our Donkey Holly's feet with Dr. Alex. Use the new Orange Ale-8 for Grandma Kalokerino's Orange Cake with homemade Orange Glaze Icing for dessert.

Cast-Iron Cooking; Quail; Beer-Braised Rabbit

26:37 | #708

It's Memorial Weekend! A great time to share our favorite cast iron cooking recipes! Quail in the dutch oven, Beer-Braised Rabbit with Fried Cabbage and even Monkey Bread. Finish up with learning how to clean and season your cast iron skillet or dutch oven.

Wild Turkey Stir Fry; Sweet Rhubarb and Strawberry Pie

26:40 | #707

Looking for a recipe for your wild turkey? Throw together a veggie filled wild turkey stir fry (including motel mushrooms) for a healthy and tasty meal. For dessert make Nicki's Grandma's pie dough from scratch for a sweet rhubarb and strawberry pie.

The Kentucky Castle; Lodge Foundry and the Cornbread Festival; Morel Mushrooms

26:51 | #706

Join us for our LIVE Event at The Kentucky Castle! Share in some laughs, whip up a cornbread omelette stuffed with morel mushrooms and mix together Grandma's beans in the dutch oven. Visit the Lodge Foundry and The Cornbread Festival in South Pittsburgh, Tennessee, then head to the woods to hunt for morel mushrooms with Rick Hill.

Maybelle & Her Calves; Dutch Oven Enchiladas; Cake Box Cookies; Connor Thomas Music

27:11 | #705

Check in on Maybelle and her calves to see how to grafting process has been, then it's up to the cabin to light a fire so we can double stack the dutch ovens! Dutch Oven Enchiladas with sauce from scratch, topped with jalapeno cornbread and cheese! Then for dessert, take your favorite box cake mix to make Cake Box Cookies! We make Spice Cake Cookies with Ale-8-One and topped with smoked nuts! Learn about Moses and Maggie's love story and hear some music from Connor Thomas Music!

Gruyere & Swiss Potatoes; Ale-8-One Orange Float; The Moron Brothers

26:40 | #704

Were packed with recipes tonight! 3-Meat Casserole with White Sauce, Gruyere & Swiss Potatoes, Black-Eyed Peas, Ale-8-One Orange Float, Irish Coffee and Coffee Hot Chocolate! As well as some music from The Moron Brothers.

Nicki's Birthday; Gator Wrapped in Bacon; Peach Cake

26:52 | #703

We're celebrating Nicki's Birthday with a full "interesting" meal! Smoke a whole gator wrapped in bacon, chop up from ramps for a tasty dip, mix together an "Everything But the Kitchen Sink" pasta salad and dig in Grandma Kalokerino's recipe book for a classic peach cake for dessert.

Fish Fry; Pecan and Maple Syrup Encrusted Walleye

25:52 | #702

Tim's latest fishing trip brought home some tasty Walleye and Sauger so it's time for a FISH FRY! Tim has upped his game on his latest beer batter recipe that is not only tasty on fish but perfect for Onion Rings as well! Add in a side of homemade coleslaw and some hush puppies for the perfect meal. Not into frying? Try some Pecan and Maple Syrup Encrusted Walleye in the oven!

Stuffing Filled Veal; Crunchy Green Beans; Doctor Matt

27:33 | #701

Tim and Nicki are back from Florida and brought a tasty recipe with them! Grandma's stuffing filled Veal with a side of crunchy green beans. Mix up a creek brulee coffee or a bourbon flavored coffee for a pick me up, and learn about the dangers of too much sugar with Doctor Matt.

Hot and Sour Soup; Making All Natural Goat Milk Soap; Cookie Dough Dip

25:25 | #652

Tim shares his favorite Hot and Sour Soup recipe from scratch. We head to Kentucky Soaps and Such in Stanford, KY and learn how to make all natural goat milk soap. Play some music with The Moron Brothers then sweeten up your sweet tooth with cookie dough dip. Tastes just like the real thing! Also, learn about Tim's new "workout plan" to shed his winter weight.

Mama D's Pizza; Baked Parmesan Fish; Fishing; Maybelle's Checkup

28:02 | #651

We're heading to Stanford to taste some made from scratch pizza (with a dough recipe from Italy!). Then it's back to the kitchen with Chino to bake some parmesan crusted fish. Go fishing with the Grandbabies for Walleye and Sauger and have the vet come out to check on Maybelle's feet.

Dutch Oven Baked Spaghetti, Custard, Homemade Soft Pretzels

26:40 | #650

We're Cowboy Campfire Cooking today! Two simple and delicious dishes. An easy Custard in the dutch oven (using Tim and Nicki's duck eggs!) and Baked Spaghetti. Then it's back into the kitchen with the Grandbabies to make some homemade soft pretzels, and finish the night by heading on up to Cincinnati to visit the famous Grippo's Factory.

German History of Cincinnati/Newport

26:40 | #649

Take a tour around Cincinnati and Newport/Covington area as we learn about their rich German History. Talk with Author, Dann Woellert , about some interesting history then head to historic Findlay Market to learn about its roots and how it's still going strong today. Also taste some delicious creations at Commonwealth Bistro (Fried Rabbit) and Bauer Farm Kitchen (Charcuterie tray of fresh local ingredients) and learn about the history of Cincinnati Chili!

Gotta Get Some Goetta!

26:40 | #648

It's all about GOETTA! Visit the Glier's Goetta Factory to see how it's made, taste numerous Goetta dishes at Glier's Goetta Fest Newport on the Levee, and come home to make some of our own - Goetta Sliders and Stuffed Goetta Pepper & Zucchini!

Fried Chicken; Sweet Butternut Squash; Mayonnaise Biscuits

26:40 | #647

We've got a meal fit for a Colonel. Make a baked version of Fried Chicken with some tasty herbs and spices that taste awfully familiar. Roast a side of Sweet Butternut Squash like Nicki's Mom used to make with Old Fashioned Mayonnaise Biscuits and Homemade Cheesy Creamed Spinach for a full meal.

New Kitchen; Asian-Inspired Bourbon Chicken; Bill Dixon Tribute

28:01 | #646

We're IN OUR NEW KITCHEN! Whip up some Asian-Inspired Bourbon Chicken that is easier and taster than takeout. Revisit some of our favorite travel memories and honor the life of a great friend of the show, Bill Dixon with his classic segment on an Old Fashioned Hog Killin.

Valentine's Day; Root Soup; Shrimp Pot; Dr. Matt

27:28 | #645

It's Time for Valentines! Nicki makes Tim her special Root Soup that healed him when he was sick. Tim visits the seafood truck to pick up supplies for a tasty Shrimp Pot with Rice and Sausage and a side of Black Bean Soup. Learn about food that affects your genes with Dr. Matt and mix up a cocktail or two for your loved one with Alex.

Making Syrup; Pork Recipes; Planting by the Moon

26:52 | #644

It's time to gather our sap and make some syrup! Step through the process of boiling down sap before heading into the cabin for two pork recipes perfect for the big game: Pork Mexican Dip and Pulled Pork Sliders. Then learn about what all the old-timers swear by, Planting by the Signs and Phases of the Moon, to have the best garden this year!

Beef Jerky; Ask Doctor Matt; BBQ Meatloaf

27:39 | #643

We're firing up the smoker today! Marinate and smoke easy beef jerky in two hours for a quick snack. Learn about the hazards of vegetable oil with our new segment "Ask Doctor Matt." Add some BBQ flair to a juicy meatloaf with a side of Smoky Mac and Cheese and Fried Cabbage and end the meal with a Double Cherry Cobbler Cake!

Baker-Bird Winery; The Beehive; Venison Tenderloin

27:30 | #642

Take a day trip to Augusta, Kentucky to experience one of the oldest wineries, Baker-Bird Winery, and a classic foody stop, The Beehive. Bring back some wine to make a classic recipe Tim learned from French Chef Raoul, Venison Tenderloin with Red Wine Sauce and a side of Crunchy Green Beans.

Steak Hoagies; Cheesy Gruyere Potatoes; Bourbon Bread Pudding

27:25 | #641

We've got a full meal for you! Turn an Eye of Round into tasty Steak Hoagies with French Dip Dipping Sauce, a side of Cheesy Gruyere Potatoes and Bourbon Bread Pudding for dessert!

Non-Traditional Surf and Turf; Catching Snapper; Squirrel Cakes

26:40 | #640

We're cooking up some non-traditional Surf and Turf. A classic German dish with a Kentucky twist: Ham Hock and Sauerkraut, and some Poached Snapper with Dijon Cream Sauce. Head to Alabama to catch tasty snapper as well as see the process for bringing Crab and Oysters straight from the gulf to Kentucky. We even take a trip to the vault for an oldie but a goodie episode featuring Uncle Russ and his famous Squirrel Cakes.

Favorite Recipes of 2018

26:40 | #639

Another year is gone, so let's share some of our favorites! Easy 3-2-1 Ribs with a side of Baked Beans, Southwest Chicken Tacos in the Dutch Oven with Monkey Bread for dessert and even some Rosemary and Garlic Fish over the fire.

Christmas

28:24 | #638

Enjoy Christmas music and traditions with family and friends and travel to unique Kentucky places to experience the excitement of the season.

Dollie Recipes; Byron Crawford; Music from Frontier; Grandbabies

25:45 | #637

Dollie stops by to make her famous No-Bake Cookies and Pretzel Salad. We hear a Christmas story from Byron Crawford, some music from Frontier, and making chili with the Grandbabies.

Grandbabies; Caramels; Cowboy Campfire Cooking; Frontier

27:27 | #636

The Grandbabies are here! Have some fun around the farm with Sammy and Taryn as they feed the animals, then into the kitchen to whip up some tasty caramels! (A recipe from the 1920's!) And light a fire for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking with some lamb shanks in the dutch oven! Last but not least, how about some Christmas Mocktails and a little Christmas music from Frontier?

Sausage and Bacon Breakfast Muffin; Venison Beer Brats; Fireplaces and Wood Stoves

27:40 | #633

It's deer season! And what better way to fill up and stay warm then with a Sausage and Bacon Breakfast Muffin? Take that venison to make your own beer brats and add in a side of the tastiest brussels sprouts you'll ever make! (Think bacon and parmesan cheese...) Also learn how to maintain your fireplace or wood stove and what types and conditions of wood you should be using to prolong it's life.

Quail; Sweet Caroots; Old Tom; Chicken Feet

26:40 | #632

It's Wild Game Season! Brown some quail with leeks and dates and a side of Sweet Caroots (much better than carrots!). Reminisce with the classic story Old Tom and head up to the cabin and try some chicken feet!

Restoring a Dutch Oven; Lobster Mushrooms; Verona Pizza

27:16 | #631

Learn how to bring an old dutch oven back to life while visiting the animals and searching for lobster mushrooms. Head to Verona Pizza in Lawrenceburg for the tastiest Italian you'll ever find, from a passionate, hard-working man from Albania. He's making two simple, classic dishes: Chicken Marsala and Chicken Piccata.

Live Event at Waveland State Historic Site

26:40 | #630

Join us at Waveland State Historic Site for some history and our Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen Live Event! We've got three unique dishes of some grub you may not have tried before... Frog Legs, Smoked Beef Tongue and Lamb Fries! Watch as our unsuspecting guests taste all three and learn some tips and tricks on how to make each one delicious!

Poached Salmon with Dill Sauce; Snickerdoodle Syrup; Moron Brothers

26:40 | #629

We are filling up the dutch ovens with tasty vittles! Poached Salmon with Homemade Dill Sauce, a side of Twice Baked Rutabaga & Potatoes and an Apple Cinnamon Roll for dessert. Learn how to make delicious Snickerdoodle Syrup for your coffee and join in on the toe tapping with some Moron Brother's music.

Looking Back Over the Past Years; Hominy Chili

27:36 | #628

We are looking back over the last seven years of Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen. Doing things the old fashioned way has been our vision, and many people have helped us achieve that. From making hominy the old fashioned way, to whipping up a mock apple pie with Tim's Mother. Even learning how to store cabbage in the ground with Bobby Joe. Take some hominy for a twist on a classic, Hominy Chili, that will become a new family favorite.

Maple Trees; Nicki's Beef Stroganoff; Animals; Pumpkin Dip

26:31 | #627

While walking through the woods, Tim made a fun little discovery... lots of MAPLE TREES! Learn how to identify them, and mark them off for tapping in a future episode. Then it's time to check in on the farm and all of the animals before heading up to start a fire for Cowboy Campfire Cooking! Nicki's Beef Stroganoff (with a TWIST!) and Pumpkin Dip with Homemade Cinnamon/Sugar Chips!

A Day with Tim and Nicki; Tim's Famous Wings

24:48 | #626

Have you ever wanted to see what goes on on a daily basis with Tim and Nicki? Well you're in luck! Tim and Nicki show you the workings of the farm (and all the dirty work) that goes into raising cows and sheep. Check some emails, look at YouTube, and even work on some music in Tim's studio. Then it's back to the cabin to make some of Tim's famous wings.

Pork Loin with Roasted Veggies; Pumpkin Cake; Kale Salad

25:57 | #625

We've got a new Cowboy Setup so we're stacking dutch ovens tonight! Pork Loin with Roasted Veggies on the bottom and Pumpkin Cake with Cream Cheese Icing on top. Add a side of Kale Salad with Homemade Lemon Dressing and snack on Bobby Joe's Pickled Green Beans.

Kentucky Sorghum Beans; Salted Baked Potatoes and Ranch Grilled Chicken

26:27 | #624

We're cooking on the back patio today to keep out of the rain! That won't stop us from cooking up some Kentucky Sorghum Beans in the Dutch Oven, or Salted Baked Potatoes and Ranch Grilled Chicken on the smoker! We even have some Rhubarb Turnovers for dessert.

Berry Hill Mansion Event; Homemade Bread; Sydney Adams Music

26:11 | #623

Be a part of our Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen Live Event at Berry Hill Mansion! Hang out with some of our new friends as Tim and Nicki whip up Homemade Bread Two Ways, Flavored Butter, Pistachio Jello Salad and the Perfect Steak! Finish off with some beautiful music from Sydney Adams.

Country Fried Steak; Fried Apple Pies; Ice Cream Coffee Drink; New Critter

27:49 | #622

We're double country fried! Country Fried Steak with White Gravy and Fried Apple Pies for dessert. And how about an Ice Cream Coffee Drink on the side? We also welcome a new critter on the farm who has a very interesting back story.

Smoked Bologna Recipe; Creative Coffees Roastery; Squirrel Hunting; Grandbabies

27:18 | #621

Recipes include Smoked Bologna with Espresso Rub and Crockpot Squirrel with Gravy. Tim visits Creative Coffees Roastery in Winchester, Ky. Also, squirrel hunting with Bruce White and Peanut...and squirrel hunting with the Grandbabies.

Great Inland Seafood Festival; Seafood Pasta; Summer Cocktail

26:40 | #620

Visit the Great Inland Seafood Festival for nonstop fun, food and lobsters. Then head back to the kitchen to make Tim's creamy Seafood Pasta with homemade tapenade and Berry Crunch for dessert. Check in on Murphy's progress and mix up a summer cocktail.

Cherry Cobbler; Chicken on the Smoker; Carter Caves State Park

25:48 | #619

We're starting with dessert! Stacking Dutch ovens with Nicki's famous Cherry Cobbler on the bottom and Queso Mac and Cheese on top! Throw some chickens on the new smoker and learn how to use it. We've even got some guests to help us eat. Looking for a fun staycation? Check out Carter Caves State Resort Park with Tim and Nicki!

Rolled Pork and Sauerkraut Meatloaf; Cinnamon Rolls; Peaches

27:40 | #618

We are stacking dutch ovens tonight to make a rolled pork and sauerkraut meatloaf and some homemade cinnamon rolls at the same time! Add in a side of peaches and the meal is complete!

Beer Mustard Rabbit; Elmwood Stock Farm; Ale-8-One Cocktail

26:24 | #617

We're lighting the campfire for some dutch oven cooking! Today it's Beer Mustard Rabbit with homemade gravy from the drippings and a side of Fried Cabbage in bacon grease. Head to Elmwood Stock Farm to see how each plant gets started and to learn about CSA programs so you can get your share of the delicious organic veggies! Whip up a Category 8 cocktail with Ale-8-One and you have a complete meal!

Dutch Oven Stacking; Iced Honey Latte; Conor Thomas

27:35 | #616

We're stacking the dutch ovens today! Fresh sweet corn on the bottom, Southwest Chicken Tacos in the middle, and Monkey Bread on top! Cool off with a refreshing Iced Honey Latte and listen to the smooth sounds of Connor Thomas.

Grandbabies; Ribs in the Smoker; Mini Donkey; Skillet Cookie

26:49 | #615

The granbabies are here! Taryn and Sammy help Papa Tim make his 3-2-1 Ribs in the smoker with sides of Smoked Baked Beans and Connie's Cold Corn Salad. Visit with the animals, hug on the mini donkey Holly, and learn about Taryn's big plans for dessert: an ice cream sundae with a skillet baked cookie!

Water Dowsing; Salt Water Shrimp; Watermelon Blueberry Salad

27:36 | #614

It's hot out there! What better way to cool down than with water, a refreshing drink and delicious tasty recipes? Learn about the art of Water Dowsing and the history behind this amazing technique to find water and other things below ground. Check out how Salt Water Shrimp are being raised here in Kentucky, and even cook some up in butter, or in kabobs on the grill (with Tim's tangy glaze). Cool down with a refreshing cherry bourbon drink and snack on some homemade crab dip. Looking for a cool dessert that is so simple with only 4 ingredients? Try some mouth-watering watermelon blueberry salad.

Korean BBQ Pork Chops; Lemon Butter Striper; New Animal

27:02 | #613

Korean BBQ marinated pork chops and Sweet Soy Green Beans are on the menu today, as well as some Lemon Butter Striper. Head out to Lake Cumberland State Park to fish with Sasser Guide Service for some of the biggest striper for our tasty meal. We even bring a new animal to the farm, and you're in on the surprise!

Seafood Recipes; Bees; Coffee Recipe; Homemade Bug Spray

26:40 | #612

Fresh seafood means it's time for some Homemade Crawfish Jambalaya and Pan Seared Trigger Fish. Learn some tasty tricks and tips and Tim's favorite spices to use, as well as a simple aioli to top off the dish. Visit our bees to check on their progress and learn about how some hives have become "Honey Bound" and what to do. Take your leftover coffee and mix up a tasty Caramel Iced Coffee that will have your taste buds. dancing! Looking for a bug spray without all the harmful chemicals or smells? We make one using only 3 ingredients.

Father's Day

28:09 | #611

Celebrate Father's as we make a hearty meal for all the Dads out there. Recipes include smoking a French Cut Pork, Shrimp and Mussel Seafood Boil, and Bread in the Dutch Oven. We take some time to honor our dads and look back at the times they joined us on Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen!

Perfect Brisket; Grandma Nicki's Beans; Coleslaw

27:44 | #610

Learn how to make the perfect brisket in your smoker. For sides, Grandma Nicki's Beans, some sweet and spicy coleslaw, and even an old-fashioned jello salad for dessert!

New Calf; Protecting Farm Animals; Electric Smoker; Bees

26:58 | #609

Our cow Maybelle has a new baby calf! Hear the sad story that ended on a happy note, and learn how you can protect your farm against vultures. How do you get started with an electric smoker? Tim shows you how, and even smokes some trout with a delicious brine. Check on the bees with Dadant, and witness a queen emerging from her cell!

Favorite Cowboy Campfire Cooking Recipes

27:35 | #608

We put together five of our favorite Cowboy Campfire Cooking Recipes in ONE episode! Country Boy Beer & Honey Mustard Braised Venison Roast, Rosemary Pepper Beer Bread, the Easiet Ribs, Philly Cheesesteak Roll-up, and Ale-8-One Spice Cake with Cheese Cream Frosting.

All About Nature

26:34 | #607

It's all about nature. Listen to the soothing sounds of our new water feature on the patio while cooking up some tasty seafood: shrimp and grits and fried fish. Tim catches some bluegill while fly fishing and identifies some not so typical birds in Kentucky while learning how to attract them to your own yard.

Mother's Day Celebration!

27:07 | #606

It's Mother's Day weekend! Tim's Mom is here to celebrate as well as a few other guests. Learn how to fix her famous Chow Chow or whip up some of Nicki's Mom's famous Lemon Rice Soup! Hear Sherry talk about Country Memories as a young girl as well as her emotional poem about Tim, The Woodsman.

Traditional European Dishes; European Trip; Seed Trays

26:40 | #605

Traditional European dishes you can make in your own home. So simple! A 400-year-old Apple Strudel recipe, a side of Red Cabbage with Apples, and Weiner Schnitzel are all on the menu. Take in scenic views from Tim and Nicki's recent trip to Europe and even meet a new "friend" they brought home. And learn how to get your garden started early with the use of seed trays.

Rick Hill Turkey Paintings; Turkey Recipes; The Moron Brothers

27:56 | #604

Learn about the history of turkeys in Kentucky while checking out some of Rick Hill's turkey paintings. Recipes include Nicki's famous Potato Chip Wild Turkey recipe with a side of Colonel Sanders' Scalloped Tomatoes. Finish the night with some music from The Moron Brothers.

Calves; Dutch Oven Cooking; Moses & Maggie; Connor Thomas Music

26:45 | #603

We check in on Maybelle and her calves to see how to grafting process has been, then it's up to the cabin to light a fire so we can double stack the dutch ovens! Dutch Oven Enchiladas with sauce from scratch, topped with jalape?o cornbread and lots of cheese! Then for dessert, take your favorite box cake mix to make Cake Box Cookies! We make Spice Cake Cookies with Ale-8-One Bottling Company and topped with smoked nuts! Learn about Moses and Maggie's Love Story and hear some amazing music from Connor Thomas Music!

Planting Apple Trees; Farm Tour; Classic Comfort Meals

26:40 | #602

Learn the ins and outs of planting apple trees... it's more in depth then you might think! Tour the farm and then head into the cabin to cook a classic comfort meal of Crockpot Beans and Sausage, Natalie and Taryn's Baked Macaroni and Cheese, and Pork Chops with White Gravy.

Deviled Avocado Eggs; Edible Plants; Identifying Birds; Cast Iron Skillet

26:40 | #601

Have leftover eggs from Easter? Why not make Deviled Avocado Eggs? Check out some edible plants, how to identify a garter snake and what kind of birds you see in your backyard. Light the fire for a Southwestern Cowboy Meatloaf with a side of Bourbon Carrots and then learn the best way to clean your cast iron skillet.

Viewer Questions; Cowboy Steak; Sheepdog Training

27:48 | #549

You've got questions, we've got answers! Tim and Nicki answer some of your most pressing questions while Cowboy Campfire Cooking. Throw a Cowboy Steak on the fire with a side of Scalloped Potatoes and Bacon Wrapped Asparagus. Then head to Liberty, Kentucky to check on Murphy's progress of becoming a sheepdog.

Identifying Trees; Fish, Avocado & Sweet Pickles Dip; Baby Lambs

26:44 | #548

We're in the woods identifying trees today while working up an appetite for some fresh fish! Head to Alabama to catch some sheepshead to cook over the fire with fresh rosemary and garlic. Then use those leftovers to make a tasty Fish, Avocado & Sweet Pickles dip that will keep you coming back for more. Last we check on the last set of baby lambs and announce their names!

Explore Elizabethtown; Cowboy Campfire Cooking

26:40 | #547

We're headed to Elizabethtown! Stop by the Herb and Olive Market to check out some local products and amazing olive oil, then head to pick up some fresh seafood and learn how to eat a crawfish, how to open an oyster and how to filet a flounder with Barry. Light the campfire for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking: Crawfish Pot Pie, Crab Salad Stuffed Flounder and Fried Okra.

Cowboy Cooking; Grandma Kalokerino's Potato Cakes; The Moron Brothers

25:20 | #546

We're Cowboy Cooking today! A full meal of blackened striper, jalapeno cornbread, cheesy broccoli, and Grandma Kalokerino's potato cakes. Even a little music from The Moron Brother's.

Smoked Bologna Recipe; Creative Coffees Roastery; Squirrel Hunting; Grandbabies

27:42 | #545

Recipes include smoked bologna with espresso rub and crockpot squirrel with gravy. Creative Coffees Roastery in Winchester, squirrel hunting with Bruce White and Peanut, and the Grandbabies are featured.

Making Syrup; Pork Recipes; Old-Timers Planting

26:44 | #544

It's time to gather our sap and make some syrup! Step through the process of boiling down sap before heading into the cabin for two pork recipes perfect for the big game: Pork Mexican Dip and Pulled Pork Sliders. Then head out to the porch to learn about what all the old-timers swear by, Planting by the Signs and Phases of the Moon, to have the best garden this year!

Tapping Maple Trees; Granny's Cookstove Poem; Moron Brothers; Maple Bacon Biscuits

26:03 | #543

It's time to tap some trees! Tim shares a refresher course on how to identify maple trees then puts together some taps and heads out into the woods to tap some trees. Listen to a poem from Tim's Mom about "Granny's Cookstove, and even dig in the vault for some classic Moron Brother's Music. And the snow won't stop some Cowboy Campfire Cooking! Maple bacon biscuits are on the menu and not only are they extremely simple to make, you can't stop eating them!

Shrimp Recipes; B's Bakery; Connor Thomas Music

28:11 | #542

We visit Gulf Coast Connection to pick up some delicious shrimp for TWO recipes:Shrimp bisque and an Ale-8-One bacon shrimp appetizer. Head to B's Bakery for some homemade pastries and end the night with some music from Connor Thomas Music.

New Lambs; Disco Dip; Spaghetti Squash 2 Ways

27:20 | #541

We've got new baby lambs! We head to Good Foods Co-op in Lexington to get all of our ingredients from local producers. Nicki makes her spinach and artichoke "Disco Dip" and Tim makes spaghetti squash 2 ways (marinara and cheesy bacon spinach). End the night with a tasty non-alcoholic mocktail with our favorite soda, Ale-8-One.

Keeping Farm Animal's Water From Freezing; Four Recipes

27:30 | #540

We're jam-packed today! Learn how to keep your farm animal's water from freezingin the cold temperatures and prepare for the birth of new lambs! Then its back inside to warm up with FOUR RECIPES! Smoke some alligator skewers wrapped in bacon as well as some jalapeno poppers! Then a cheesy tomato pie and bbq meatloaf!

The Best Foods and Fun from 2017

27:33 | #539

We look back on our favorite dishes from 2017 as well as some fun times we shared! How to Make Bone Broth, Start Your Own Hive with a Swarm, Spaghetti Pie, Goetta and more! Happy 2018!

Wreath Cookies, Root Vegetables, Pork Leftover Recipes

26:48 | #538

Who's ready for some Christmas music? Tim and Nicki start the night with some Jingle Bells on the piano and show you what to do with your pulled pork leftovers. How about a Cuban Sandwich or Pork Tacos? Then we head to Lois' kitchen for her famous Root Vegetables dish that is sure to fill you up on a cold night. And how about dessert? Nicki shares a classic Christmas family recipe of Wreath Treats!

Cowboy Cooking Lamb Shank; Homemade Caramels; Grandbabies

27:28 | #537

The Grandbabies are here! Have some fun around the farm with Sammy and Taryn as they feed the animals, then into the kitchen to whip up some tasty caramels! (A recipe from the 1920's!) And light a fire for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking with some lamb shanks in the dutch oven! Last but not least, how about a little Christmas music from Frontier?

Sorghum; Sherry Farmer; Connor Thomas

26:26 | #535

Head to Casey County to learn how sorghum is made the old fashioned way (and the difference between sorghum and molasses) then come back to make FOUR recipes using sorghum. Orange Sorghum Pork Chops, Sorghum Greens, Sorghum Butter and Sorghum Popcorn Balls! Hear about the Old Fashioned Ways from Sherry Farmer, and some music from Connor Thomas.

Preparing a Turkey; Pasture-Raised Turkeys; Apple Cider Sangria

25:49 | #534

It's all about TURKEYS! We start at Farmer Joe's Farm to learn about the benefits of Pasture-Raised Turkeys, then it's off to Good Foods to learn about how to pick out the perfect turkey! Into the kitchen to make a brine for our SMOKED TURKEY! Mix up an Apple Cider Sangria with Ale-8-One and head outside to visit the cows. Then it's time to smoke the turkey! You'll never want a turkey any other way again! Happy Thanksgiving!

Making Apple Cider; Butternut Squash Pie; Apple Cider Donuts

27:10 | #533

We visit Evan's Orchard in Georgetown to see how Apple Cider is made, then bring some home for some tasty dishes! An old dish with sweet potatoes, apples and pork is sure to satisfy your taste buds and fill your belly on cold winter days. Looking for desserts for the holidays? How about a Butternut Squash Pecan Pie or Apple Cider Donuts from scratch? And don't forget about some fun and songs with The Moron Brothers!

Hoppin' John and How to Install a Cast Iron Stove

27:22 | #532

We answer a question from Facebook about how to identify different trees using the different leaves and bark. Then it's back in the kitchen to whip up a "Good Luck Dish" called Hoppin'John. Bacon, Black Eyed Peas, Rice and more in this tasty dish for a good ole "Stick to Your Ribs" meal. Also, winter is coming, so we have our buddy John come out to show us how to install a Wood Stove in the cabin.

Puffball Mushrooms; Ale-8-One Brisket; Fall Garden; Freezer Slaw

28:31 | #531

Happy Halloween! Frankenstein and his Bride join us for packed show filled with puffball mushrooms, a simple brisket in the oven, some music from The Moron Brothers and even some garden tips and freezer slaw from Lois and Bobby Joe!

Identifying Maple Trees for Syrup Production; Stroganoff; Pumpkin Dip

26:30 | #530

While walking through the woods, Tim made a fun little discovery... lots of MAPLE TREES! Learn how to identify them, and mark them off for tapping in a future episode. Then it's time to check in on the farm and all of the animals before heading up to start a fire for Cowboy Campfire Cooking! Nicki's Beef Stroganoff (with a TWIST!) and Pumpkin Dip with Homemade Cinnamon/Sugar Chips!

Behind the Scenes; On the Farm

25:26 | #528

Spend the day with Tim and Nicki on their farm and meet some of their special animals.

Easy Hawaiian Recipes In Your Own Kitchen!

25:40 | #527

Tim and Nicki return from Hawaii with some tasty treats! For breakfast, take the traditional local favorite, Loco Moco, and give it a Kentucky Twist...GRITS! For lunch/dinner some Macadamia Nut Crusted Fish with Coconut Milk Thai Sauce that will have your mouth watering. And how about some Angel Food Cake from scratch for dessert? Add pineapples for a Hawaiian flair and you have the perfect Hawaiian Meal!

Old Fashioned Fried Apple Pies and Easy Sauerkraut Recipe

27:10 | #526

Tim learns how to make fried apple pies and sauerkraut with some special people.

Cowboy Campfire Chicken; Kale Salad; Apple Crunch Dessert

27:47 | #525

It's our 5th Birthday! Celebrate with us as we cook over the fire, Cowboy Campfire Cooking style! Marinate some Chicken with a side of Kale salad and Apple Crunch for dessert in the dutch oven! Also revisit our top 10 episodes in our past 5 years!

Cowboy Campfire Cooking Vegetable Soup & Spoon Bread

27:01 | #524

Fall is here! We're outside Cowboy Campfire Cooking some homemade vegetable soup (with sausage and crawfish from AB Seafood) and the simplest spoon bread from Weisenberger Mill! One the fire and in the dutch oven. Then head to the city to learn about Urban Gardening and what to plant for your fall garden (as well as a great tip to keep out the weeds!) Finish the night with some laughs from The Moron Brothers.

Cowboy Campfire Cooking; Grandbabies; Grippo's Factory

27:51 | #523

We're Cowboy Campfire Cooking today! Two simple and delicious dishes. An easy Custard in the dutch oven (using Tim and Nicki's duck eggs!) and Baked Spaghetti. Then it's back into the kitchen with the Grandbabies to make some homemade soft pretzels, and finish the night by heading on up to Cincinnati to visit the famous Grippo's Factory.

Cincinnati and Newport/Covington German History

27:13 | #522

Take a tour around Cincinnati and Newport/Covington area as we learn about their rich German History. Author Dann Woellert talks about some interesting history, then head to historic Findlay Market to learn about its roots and how it's still going strong today. Also taste some delicious creations at Commonwealth Bistro (Fried Rabbit) and Bauer Farm Kitchen (Charcuterie tray of fresh local ingredients) and learn about the history of Cincinnati Chili!

Glier's Goetta Factory; Goetta Recipes

25:35 | #521

It's all about GOETTA! Visit the Glier's Goetta Factory to see how it's made, taste numerous Goetta dishes at Glier's Goetta Fest Newport on the Levee, and come home to make some of our own! Goetta Sliders and Stuffed Goetta Pepper & Zucchini!

Hawaii Trip; Kentucky State Fair

27:28 | #520

A taste of Hawaii and a taste of the Kentucky State Fair! Tim and Nicki take you along on their vacation to the Big Island in Hawaii where they discover great restaurants and delicious food and even prepare a Hawaiian dish with Japanese Eggplant (you can even use zucchini!) and ground pork with traditional Asian flavors that will have your mouth watering! Then it's back to Kentucky to visit some of our friends and family at the Kentucky State Fair! Newton's Homemade Ice Cream, LLC., Kentucky Hillbilly Foods, Carter County and some good old fashioned FUN!

Camp on the Kentucky; Grass-Fed Animals and Bone Broth; Cobbler

28:20 | #519

We're headed down the Kentucky River for FAMILY NIGHT! Stop at Camp on the Kentucky to see their beautiful campground, then cruise along the river to see the gorgeous palisades. Head back to the kitchen to learn about the amazing benefits of grass-fed animals and bone broth (as we make some of our own in the crockpot with bones from Marksbury Farm Foods!) End the night with a delicious Pear and Blackberry Cobbler that's truly one of the simplest recipes we've ever done!

We Answer Your Questions; Bloopers & Clips

28:13 | #518

You asked...We answered! Tonight we answer YOUR questions! How did Tim and Nicki Meet? How did they get their own show? How many kids do they have? Who was their favorite guest and more! Including fun clips and bloopers never seen before!

Lemon Butter Striper; Sweet Soy Pork; The Moron Brothers

25:46 | #517

We've got friends coming over for a Creamy Lemon Butter Striper (and they didn't even like fish before this recipe). Then it's their turn as Lisa shows us her simple and delicious Sweet Soy Pork Marinade that Roddy grills up nice and hot! Head over to the Lawrenceburg Chicken Swap to find some new friends for the farm, and listen to some music from The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass.

Zucchini; Grilled Pineapple; Training Border Collies

26:02 | #516

Fresh out of our CSA bag from Elmwood Stock Farm we have ZUCCHINI! Try a new take on pasta with Zucchini Noodles in a garlic, tomato, basil sauce topped with shredded parmesan cheese. For dessert? Grill up some pineapple topped with caramel sauce and coconut for a tasty fruit treat! Then head to Indiana to meet Denice who raises and trains border collies from puppies to help her work on her sheep farm!

Baked Pork Chops; Biscuits; Peg's Pantry; Good Food Co-op

27:48 | #515

Baked Pork Chops, 3-Ingredient Biscuits, Peg's Pantry, and Good Foods Co-op are featured.

Grilled Amberjack; "Beefing Up" the Cows; The Seafood Store

28:10 | #514

We're headed outside to fire up the grill for some tasty Grilled Amberjack fresh from Gulf Coast Connection. Check in on the sheep and calves as we learn the next steps on how to get them "beefed up" to their ideal weight for processing. Even snack on some fresh tomatoes in an easy Caprese Salad appetizer.

Father's Day; Smoked French Cut Pork; Seafood Boil

28:11 | #512

Happy Father's Day! Celebrate Father's as we make a hearty meal for all the Dads out there. Like ribs? How about smoking a French Cut Pork low and slow for melt in your mouth, pull apart pork chops? Add a side of Shrimp and Mussel Seafood Boil in the Dutch Oven for a little extra YUM! And you need something to sop up that delicious juice with... how about some Bread in the Dutch Oven? While we eat, let's take some time to honor our dads and look back at the times they joined us on Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen!

The Perfect Smoked Brisket; Grandma's Beans; Jello Salad

28:00 | #511

We've got the perfect summer meal for you! Learn how to make the perfect brisket in your smoker that seems way too easy... For sides, Grandma Nicki's Beans, some Sweet and Spicy Coleslaw and even an Old Fashioned Jello Salad for dessert! We're jam packed with tasty recipes tonight!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:42 | #510

We light the fire for Cowboy Campfire Cooking... for BREAKFAST! Nicki whips up her famous Breakfast Pie (Quiche) with some help from a special little visitor. Head over to the ABSeafood truck to pick up some FRESH seafood to throw on the grill. A quick marinade for Grilled Red Snapper is "make your mouth drool" delicious with a side of Grilled Cauliflower Steaks with Parmesan Cheese! So delicious!

Summer Sizzling Series

26:26 | #508

Our Summer Sizzling Series is here! Grill up a Jam and Ham Roll-up for a quick snack (with Peach Jam, Ham and Melty Brie Cheese) then it's time to get Greek! Make a homemade Tzatziki sauce and a fresh marinade for the lamb to set aside while we make some Cheesy Greek Rice! Grill it all up for a tasty Greek Dish that will have you coming back for seconds.

Pepper Rubbed Grilled Steak; Wrapped Asparagus; Oyster Shooters; Bee Swarm

27:20 | #507

We start our Grilling Series tonight! We're grilling up a Pepper Rubbed Steak with Wrapped Asparagus as a side. Toss together some tasty Oyster Shooters for a fun and tasty appetizer, then head out on the farm. Check out a Bee Swarm Tim found with the Bee Dude and learn how to collect it, visit with the 9 puppies and even check on Maybelle and her two calves!

Morel Mushrooms; Alpaca Fiber; Italian Wedding Soup

29:19 | #505

Tim makes Nicki's favorite soup on a cold rainy day... Italian Wedding Soup! With homemade meatballs, fresh kale and spinach and a special ingredient makes this soup better than anything you can find in a restaurant. Hunt for morel mushrooms with Rick Hill and cook them up in a tasty appetizer recipe, then go meet with Alvina to talk about Milton our alpaca getting a haircut and future possibilities for him!

Beer Mustard Rabbit; Elmwood Stock Farm; Ale-8-One Cocktail

25:13 | #504

We're lighting the campfire for some dutch oven cooking! Today it's Beer Mustard Rabbit with homemade gravy from the drippings and a side of Fried Cabbage in bacon grease. Head to Elmwood Stock Farm to see how each plant gets started and to learn about CSA programs so you can get your share of the delicious organic veggies! Whip up a Category 8 cocktail with Ale-8-One and you have a complete meal!

Spring Salad; New Way to Plant Tomatoes; Pizza

26:34 | #503

We're hunting around the yard today for edible plants to put in a nice spring salad topped with Tim's homemade honey mustard/balsamic dressing! Find out a new way to plant your tomatoes, then learn how to light up the pizza oven for homemade pizzas in under 2 minutes.

Dutch Oven Enchiladas; Cake Cookies; Connor Thomas

27:05 | #502

A recipe for Dutch Oven Enchiladas with sauce from scratch, topped with jalapeno cornbread and lots of cheese is on the menu! Then for dessert, take your favorite box cake mix to make Cake Cookies! Learn about Moses and Maggie's Love Story and hear some amazing music from Connor Thomas Music!

New Calf; Childhood Recipes

26:21 | #501

Our cow Maybelle is back with her new baby and Todd explains how it's possible to graft another baby jersey calf to her as well. Childhood recipes include Nicki's famous gravy recipe you can make with any meat. Nicki chooses her favorite, Liver and Onions, for this simple yet delicious meal that will have your mouth watering for more.

Cowboy Cooking - Chicken Thighs, Potato Kabobs and Corn on the Cob

26:40 | #447

We're over the campfire tonight for some tasty grillin' treats! Skewer some potatoes for a delicious side over the open fire with some corn on the cob and chicken thighs, TWO WAYS! Tim even gives some tips on making your own dry rub. Then it's off to the farm where our vet Beth helps care for the new lambs with immunizations, banding and lots of valuable information. Head downstairs for your new favorite March Madness cocktail. Whether you're a Louisville fan or you Bleed Blue, we've got a tasty mojito for you!

Turning a Roast Into Prime Rib; Cheesy Potato Cakes; Brussel Sprouts w/Almonds

27:38 | #446

Tim shows you how to take an inexpensive cut of meat (sirloin roast) and turn it into delicious prime rib! Take your leftover mashed potatoes and turn them into cheesy fried potato pancakes with a side of Brussel Sprouts with bacon, slivered almonds and water chestnuts for the perfect meal. Even head outside to check in with Murphy, watch the bees packing in pollen, check the baby lamb's leg and look at the progress they have made cutting down ash trees.

Cowboy Campfire Marinated Pork Chop; Homemade Bologna & Bologna Spread

26:21 | #445

It's all about pork! Make a quick and delicious marinade for some pork chops grilled over the fire (with a side of Tim's baked beans and fried potatoes and onions!) Then it's back to the cabin to learn how to make homemade bologna in your own kitchen! Turn your leftovers into Grandma Nicki's bologna spread for a great party dish people will keep coming back for! And it's not complete without some music from The Moron Brothers!

Oysters Rockefeller; Shrimp Etouffee; Border Collie

26:56 | #444

We've got 3 more baby lambs! We let them free to roam with the rest of the flock (and other 4 babies!) Visit with Moses and Maggie, check on the bees and start some training with Murphy! Craving some seafood? Try some delicious steamed Oysters Rockefeller with spinach, garlic, cheese and more! Then make a classic, Shrimp etouffee that will have you cleaning your plate and asking for seconds!

Spaghetti Squash (2 Ways!); Spinach/Artichoke Dip; Baby Lambs

27:13 | #443

We've got new baby lambs! Watch the new lambs jump and play as we move them out to the pasture. Then head to Good Foods Co-op in Lexington to get all of our ingredients from local producers. Nicki makes her spinach and artichoke "Disco Dip" and Tim makes spaghetti squash 2 ways (marinara and cheesy bacon spinach). End the night with a tasty non-alcoholic mocktail with our favorite soda, Ale-8-One.

Cowboy Campfire Cooking; Cold Smoking; The Moron Brothers

26:06 | #442

We're outside Cowboy Cooking today! Check out Tim's newest gear from Hansen Wheel & Wagon Shop while he makes a delicious Turkey and Beans Dish with Tomatoes and Asparagus inspired by The Governor's Mansion. Smoke some cheese, meat, nuts and deviled eggs in the cold smoker and meet a "scary monster" on the farm. Listen to some music from The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass to finish the night!

Rabbit In Mustard Cream Sauce; Hunter's Stew & Mushroom Rice

26:40 | #441

We're back in the kitchen today with loads of goodies! Start off with a simple and delicious Mushroom Rice that was Nicki's Grandmother Kalekorinos' recipe to go with any main dish. Tim take's some local rabbit to cook up with a creamy mustard sauce that will have you drooling. Even take that leftover rabbit, turkey, duck, whatever you have, for a delicious Hunter's Stew that is stick-to-your-ribs delicious!

Dried Fruit, Grouper Cheeks & Shrimp, Stories and Songs

27:10 | #440

Tim shares about his recent injury and his recent cravings for seafood! Head to Louisville to River House Restaurant and Raw Bar for a classic cocktail and meal of Grouper Cheeks & Shrimp with Crab Risotto and Smoked Shrimp Vinaigrette. Then it's back to the kitchen to dry some fruit for a homemade trail mix, listen to a story by Byron Crawford, some music from The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass and even a visit with the puppy, Murphy!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:50 | #439

Tim has perfected his fried chicken recipe over the years and wants to share it with you! Put that with some quick and easy greens with kale, and some of the Colonel's own scalloped tomatoes for a meal fit for a COLONEL!

Making Hominy; Rice Pudding

25:58 | #438

Tim heads to Mount Olivet, Kentucky to visit with Jennifer from Sunflower Sundries to learn all about how to make hominy. Then it's outside for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking where Tim adds his new hominy to a spicy MexiTucky Chicken Verde Soup. Finish the night by cooling things down with a dessert by Nicki's Grandmother...Rice Pudding!

Christmas 2016

28:05 | #437

Tim and Nicki share some of their favorite Christmas memories including a special music video, Memories with Dollie, The Christmas Story with the Grandbabies, a special Christmas Tradition from Kentucky Afield: Cogan's Woods, and a surprise gift for Nicki!

Great Appetizers; Christmas Stories with Santa

27:35 | #436

Tim and Nicki great appetizers options for your Holiday parties. Make a homemade Buffalo Sauce and a Tasty Ranch Dip to use in some Buffalo Ranch Chicken Pin Wheels. Also make some delicious Meatballs in Jelly Sauce. Be a part of a special moment in our family's life (a Christmas Proposal!) and even eat cookies and read some Christmas stories with Santa!

Cutting Down Trees; Cashew Chicken; Christmas Cookies

26:40 | #435

We're in the woods dealing with those pesky ash trees. Learn all about how to cut a tree the proper way for some firewood this winter! Then it's into the cabin to warm up with some Cashew Chicken from scratch and some of Nicki's famous Christmas Cookies! Also enjoy some music from Aftermath.

Thanksgiving Recipes

27:49 | #432

Looking to switch it up this Thanksgiving and impress all of your friends? Make a juicy standing rib roast, a ham by "putting the pig to sleep" or even a traditional goose! For a fun side, Nicki shares her twice-baked potatoes recipe and who doesn't love seeing our Alpaca, Milton? Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

Pizzas in a Dutch Oven; Moron Brothers

28:01 | #431

Make a traditional pizza with fresh ingredients and even a sweet treat pizza for dessert with apples and white chocolate in a dutch oven! Tim blows the Christmas horn, we reunite the dogs, and even hear a touching song by the Moron Brothers about the Civil War.

Fall Recipes: Venison Wellington and Pumpkin Roll

26:15 | #430

Tim and Nicki make Venison Wellington with a red wine mushroom reduction sauce. Nicki takes her new favorite recipes, a Pumpkin Roll and fills it with tasty cream cheese filling for a decadent dessert you can't stop eating.

Halloween Program

25:28 | #429

Happy Halloween Weekend! Tim and Nicki are back in the cabin whipping Pork Shank Tacos with a side of Jalapeno Cream Cheese. Also, look back at some of Halloween past and head to The Old Bald Knob School for some scary good times!

Daily Life with Tim and Nicki; Tim's Famous Wings

25:06 | #428

Tim and Nicki show you the workings of the farm (and all the dirty work) that goes into raising cows and sheep. Check some emails, look at YouTube, and even work on some music in Tim's studio. Then it's back to the cabin to make some of Tim's famous wings.

Elmwood Stock Farm; The Bluebird; Moron Brothers

26:54 | #427

Tim and Nicki go through their newest delivery of vegetables from Elmwood Stock Farm to make a Sweet Potato and Leek Soup over the fire. Head to The Bluebird in Stanford, Kentucky where Chef Bill shows us how to break down a chicken, how to roast a whole chicken, and how to barbecue some pieces. Then we are off to Florence, Indiana to learn how to turn chicken and turkey feathers into a Bald Eagle recreation. Finish the night with some music from The Moron Brothers.

Riding with Cowboys

27:06 | #426

We head to Lincoln County to talk with a REAL Cowboy about how they herd, rope, and take care of their cattle the old fashioned way. Then we light a fire to prepare the best steak you will ever eat with a rosemary,thyme, and garlic butter sauce. Then it's inside with Grandma Nicki as she shares about her Greek heritage and makes her father, Emanuel Kalokerinos' famous Greek Chicken Lemon Rice Soup!

Burgoo; Chicken Festival; Mezzo Italian Cafe

27:56 | #425

It's fall! Head to the Burgoo Festival to learn about the basics, and stop by the Chicken Festival for some fun with the Colonel, then it's back to light a fire for Cowboy Campfire Cooking! We're making burgoo, jalape?o cornbread cakes and homemade fried apple pies over the fire! Stop by Mezzo Italian Cafe in Midway to end the night with some delicious mussels!

Sorghum; Sherry Farmer; Connor Thomas

26:26 | #424

Head to Casey County to learn how sorghum is made the old fashioned way (and the difference between sorghum and molasses). Recipes using sorghum include Orange Sorghum Pork Chops, Sorghum Greens, Sorghum Butter and Sorghum Popcorn Balls! Hear about the Old Fashioned Ways from Sherry Farmer, and some music from Connor Thomas.

Red Beans and Rice; Venison Brats; Zucchini Cake; Puppies

26:45 | #423

We pull out the dutch oven for some Red Beans and Rice! Add some venison beer brats in for extra flavor! (and learn how to make venison brats from scratch!) Then it's in the kitchen with Tim's mom Sherry to make Zucchini Cake! See how big the puppies have gotten.

Building A Pond; Staat's Bakery; Puppies

25:50 | #422

Ever wondered how to start a pond in your backyard? Learn about the dos and don'ts and even catch some fish for dinner! Tim tests his fish batter on some friends then heads to Liberty, Kentucky for the best granola on planet earth at Staat's Bakery! Finish the night by playing with the cutest puppies you will ever lay your eyes on.

Tim's Baked Beans; Fried Green Tomatoes; Cabin Tour; Moron Brothers

24:09 | #421

Tim shares his secret baked beans recipe along with a new twist on fried green tomatoes! (And he uses the one we canned a few weeks ago!) Add in a cold broccoli and bacon side salad and Lamb burgers with Tim's special sauce for a complete meal! We even take a tour of the cabin and answer some of your questions about the show. And don't forget some music from the Moron Brothers.

Puppies; Duck Farm; Jane Barleycorn's; State Fair; Tomato Preserves

25:30 | #420

Spend some time with the new Great Pyrenees puppies and learn about what's next for these little guys. Head to the Duck Farm in Boyle County to learn about raising ducks, then cook up a Smoked Duck Breast entree at Jane Barleycorn's in Danville, KY. Visit the State Fair to watch the Miller's Border Collie's show as well as taste some yummy food and ice cream! Then it's back to the cabin to make an old family recipe from Tim's Papaw Harland, Tomato Preserves. Finish the night with a delicious cocktail made with Ale-8-One.

Elmwood Stock Farm; Rhubarb Dumplings; Connor Thomas; Animals

26:00 | #419

Learn about how rhubarb grows at Elmwood Stock Farm and then make it in a special family recipe with Lois Ellis, Rhubarb Dumplings. Some more music by Connor Thomas and a visit with the animals.

Dutch Oven Pizza Lasagna; Border Collies; Connor Thomas; Ale-8-One Drink

28:10 | #418

We're outside cooking over the campfire for some Dutch Oven Pizza Lasagna! Stop by the 127 yard sale on our way to Nelson County to learn about Border Collies and watch them at work herding cows and sheep. Head to the music room for some great music from Connor Thomas (all the way from the UK!) and mix up a refreshing drink to beat the heat with Ale-8-One.

Prayer Mountain Mushrooms; Mushroom Recipes; St. Matthews Feed and Seed

26:11 | #417

It's that time of year for Mushrooms! Head to Upton, Kentucky to visit Prayer Mountain Mushrooms to see how Shiitakes and Oyster mushrooms are grown locally and bring some home to cook! Tim throws them in a tasty Asian Green Beans and Mushroom dish that will have you craving more. And August is time to start those fall gardens! Learn all about what to plant and how to get started at St. Matthews Feed and Seed.

Governor's Mansion; Bagdad Feeds; Berry Mansion; Pesto Rubbed Chicken

27:04 | #416

The Kentucky Governor's Mansion, Bagdad Feeds, Berry Mansion, and a recipe for pesto rubbed chicken are featured.

Camping; Fishing; The Moron Brothers

26:29 | #415

We're going camping! We take the RV down to Douglas Lake in Tennessee for some cooking around the campfire, (lamb burgers with feta and basil pesto, cheesy potatoes and sausage, and nachos in the dutch oven!). Go fishing with Tim and enjoy the beautiful view. Finish up with some relaxing music from The Moron Brothers.

Grandbabies; Taryn's Yogurt Parfait; The Peach Truck; Byron Crawford

25:33 | #414

The Grandbabies are here! Pick blackberries with them for Taryn's special Yogurt Parfait, visit The Peach Truck to get peaches for homemade ice cream, mix up a juice mocktail with Ale-8-One Bottling Company called "The Grandbaby," and sit down with Byron Crawford as he tells stories of his youth and milking cows.

More Cowboy Campfire Favorites!

25:03 | #413

A One Pot Chicken/Pork Dish, Smoked Garlic Salt seasoning, and a classic recipe from Nicki's Grandmother, Apple Cake! are prepared.

Cowboy Campfire Favorites

27:59 | #412

Some of our favorite Cowboy Campfire recipes are showcased including Country Boy Brewing Beer & Honey Mustard Braised Venison Roast, Rosemary Pepper Beer Bread, Philly Cheesesteak Roll-up, and more.

Garlic & Mushroom Chicken Pasta; Sheep; Maybelle & Mo

26:24 | #411

Nicki makes Garlic & Mushroom Chicken Pasta; Tim and Nicki set up their new electric movable fence; learn about the different breeds of sheep and how to care for them; and meet their new cow, Maybelle, and her calf, Mo!

First Fresh Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Bill Sanders; Watermelon Salad; Cowboy Kaviar

25:06 | #410

Bill Sanders from First Fresh Extra Virgin Olive Oil is on the patio teaches us some interesting information about olive oil and new ways to use it. Recipes include Watermelon Salad and Kowboy Kaviar, plus how to finish a steak.

Animal Friends; River Hill Ranch; Wilmore Berry Farm

25:08 | #409

We visit with some of our favorite animals today (and even bringing home a few more friends from the chicken swap). Milton gets a haircut with help from River Hill Ranch, and we've got some new bees! Visit Wilmore Berry Farm to get some fresh strawberries to add to Nicki's Grandma's Key Lime Pie recipe!

Seafood Recipes; Tim's Fritters

26:03 | #408

Nicki and Tim are back from Florida and they brought some delicious seafood recipes with them! Visit two of their favorite restaurants and learn about the local cuisine. Then, head on over to Elmer Davis Lake to catch some bluegill for Tim's twist on fritters!

Pecan-Crusted Walleye; Chicken Piccata; Moron Brothers

25:27 | #407

Catch some Walleye on Kelleys Island in Ohio for Tim's Pecan-Crusted Walleye recipe with a side of the most delicious Kale you'll ever make. Then head to Chrisman Mill Vineyards & Winery as Denise shows us her famous Chicken Piccata dish that will make you look like an Italian chef in your own kitchen! Then, let's finish the night with some hilarious tunes from The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass.

Mexican Recipes; Raising Cows

24:51 | #406

We're on the patio tonight whipping up some traditional mexican cuisines, grilled fajitas and fresh guacamole. Then head to Casey County to meet Tim's new cows and talk about the basics of raising cows.

Vito's Sausage; Good Foods Co-Op; Serafini

24:36 | #405

We take a trip around Kentucky to get our meal! Tim meets with the makers of Vito's Sausage in Versailles to learn about their history, picks some up at Good Foods Co-op in Lexington and then heads over to Serafini in Frankfort to talk with the chef about his famous dish, Pasta Carbonara (featuring Vito's sausage). Then it's back to the cabin to remake his dish for you!

Honoring Mom

23:52 | #404

Tim and Nicki share memories as they honor their moms for Mother's Day. Tim's mother makes Chow Chow, a Mock Apple Pie, and reads one of her poems, while Nicki's mom makes her famous Sweet Pickles!

Rolled Pork and Sauerkraut Meatloaf; Cinnamon Rolls

27:30 | #403

Let's light the fire for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking. We are stacking dutch ovens tonight to make a rolled pork and sauerkraut meatloaf and some homemade cinnamon rolls at the same time! Add in a side of peaches and the meal is complete!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:04 | #402

A visit to Midway's Bluegrass Aquaponics to learn about their fish operation and frying fish in beer from Country Boy Brewing in Lexington are featured.

All Things Pig!

25:13 | #401

Tim and Nicki discuss the old fashioned tradition of "Putting the Pig to Sleep" by boiling the ham and wrapping it up in towels and blankets in a cooler for 12 hours. The folks at Marksbury Farm in Lancaster, Kentucky show us every part of the pig and music from the Moron Brother's for a little bit more things "pig"!

Making Hominy; Rice Pudding

25:58 | #352

Tim heads to Mount Olivet, Kentucky to visit with Jennifer from Sunflower Sundries to learn all about how to make hominy. Then it's outside for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking where Tim adds his new hominy to a spicy MexiTucky Chicken Verde Soup. Finish the night by cooling things down with a dessert by Nicki's Grandmother...Rice Pudding!

Lamb Recipes; Animals; Beekeeping; Grand Babies

26:36 | #351

Tim and Nicki LOVE some lamb! They take French cut lamb chops from Good Foods Coop and tell you 3 different ways to cook them. We also spend some time with the puppies, visit with the sheep and new lambs, and learn where to start for beekeeping. Finish the night making s'mores with the grand babies!

The Egg Lady

27:55 | #349

The Egg Lady stops by to share all information about the incredible egg! Then we visit our incubator to watch some chicks hatch, followed by the birth of one of our new lambs! John Strang from UK shows us how to prune our pear tree and Donald Tarter talks to Tim about getting his first cow. Then finish the night with a delicious cocktail with Ale-8 One.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

28:33 | #348

It's wild game recipes inside and out! Inside, Tim and Nicki fix each other's favorites: wild turkey white chili and a side of spanakopita (Greek spinach pie). Then it's outside for honey mustard braised venison roast with potatoes and carrots and homemade rosemary pepper beer bread.

Bean with Bacon Soup; MexiCali Pork Chops; Incubating Eggs

26:40 | #350

Tim and Nicki are in the cabin mixing up some bean with bacon soup to can for future eating. Then it's into the living room to learn about how to incubate eggs to grow baby chicks. Tim also mixes up his Mexicali pork chops that will have your mouth watering, all in one pan. Finish the night with some adorable puppy moments from our favorite dogs.

Bean with Bacon Soup; Mexicali Pork Chops; Incubating Eggs

27:43 | #347

It's all about the pork and beans tonight! Tim and Nicki are in the cabin mixing up some bean with bacon soup to can for future eating. Then it's into the living room to learn about how to incubate eggs to grow baby chicks. Tim also mixes up his Mexicali pork chops that will have your mouth watering, all in one pan. Finish the night with some adorable puppy moments from our favorite dogs.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:30 | #346

Tim and Nicki light the fire for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking. Relax with the cool tones of Tim Farmer and Cool Water, then head in the cabin to visit with Sally Weisenberger from Weisenberger Flour Mill to learn about grits and skillet corn bread. Finish up with Tim's friend Josh as he shares his perfect portable chicken coop design.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:33 | #345

Tim and Nicki are Cowboy Campfire Cooking the most tender and juicy ribs you will ever taste, in the dutch oven! They also build a compost bin to store their compost, plant some herbs, feed the animals with the Grandbabies, and finish the night with some old fashioned coffee cake.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:55 | #344

Nicki makes apple dumplings! Then it's off to Holly Hill Inn in Midway to cook with Chef Ouita Michel for a Bourbon Orange Chicken recipe that is out of this world. And more fun with the new puppies, lambs, and grandbabies!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #343

Tim lights the fire for Valentine's Day by surprising Nicki with a pesto rubbed goat. Nicki makes a Cherry Love Delight dessert, Shannon from Grace Cafe whips up Bluegrass Nachos, Tim's mom Sherry reads a poem, and The Moron Brother's sing about their hatred for snakes.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #342

Tim tries out his new La Caja China box to cook a whole pig in under five hours with convection-style cooking. Then it's time for some Cowboy Music and Lois stops by to make her famous Jam Cake!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:18 | #341

Recipes include a Venison Tenderloin wrapped with prosciutto and topped with a Port Wine Reduction sauce and Nicki's Basil Smashed Potatoes. Tim and Nicki reveal the names of their two new puppies!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #340

Tim heads to the store to pick up all the ingredients he needs for a decadent feast - all from local producers! He makes Lamb Sloppy Joes on homemade buns with a side of Sweet Potato Slaw and Bananas Foster for dessert!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:12 | #339

Maggie has had puppies! Visit with the new puppies and the rest of our animals as we check in on everyone. Then it's up to the cabin with some Large Marge Pork! Tim and Nicki make a Pork Liver Pate and season up some ground pork for their own Italian Sausage! Finish the night at Lane's Diner where Tim takes on the LAWRENCEBURGER Challenge! 5 pound burger, fries and coleslaw in 45 minutes! Can he do it?

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #338

Tim has perfected his fried chicken recipe over the years and wants to share it with you! Put that with some quick and easy greens with kale, and some of the Colonel's own scalloped tomatoes for a meal fit for a COLONEL!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:47 | #337

Tim and Nicki check in on the animals to see how they are doing and then head to the cabin for some tasty recipes. Tim recreates a dish he had in Asheville, NC recently... Gumbo and Fried Oysters! Then Tucker from Salt Rox stops by to go over the basics for the amazing salt cooking plates with a ribeye, spinach and onions unlike any other!

Christmas 2014 (Part 2)

26:40 | #336

In the conclusion, Dollie stops by to make her famous No-Bake Cookies and Pretzel Salad. We hear a Christmas story from Byron Crawford, some music from Frontier, and making chili with the grandbabies.

Christmas 2014 (Part1)

26:40 | #335

This Christmas program from 2014 features the grandbabies, music from Frontier, reading The Christmas Story, Carter City Carolers, The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass, curing a ham, and more.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #334

Tim cooks outside in a Dutch Oven and makes his seaside casserole and pineapple upside down cake. Meet Mr. Crutcher and learn how he turns beautiful bowls out of unique wood. The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass also perform.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

36:55 | #333

It's wild game recipes inside and out! Inside, Tim and Nicki fix each other's favorites: wild turkey white chili and a side of spanakopita (Greek spinach pie). Then it's outside for honey mustard braised venison roast with potatoes and carrots and homemade rosemary pepper beer bread. Plus, a very special surprise!

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26:40 | #332

It's time for Thanksgiving goodies! Tim stuffs a traditional goose with his homemade cranberry rice stuffing and throws it on the Big Green Egg. Nicki shares some family recipes followed by music from The Moron Brothers.

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27:17 | #331

A visit to Midway's Bluegrass Aquaponics to learn about their fish operation and frying fish in beer from Country Boy Brewing in Lexington are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #330

Tim and Nicki share a fun way to cook your Thanksgiving turkey (with help from some friends at Marksbury Farm Market) and what to do with any leftovers.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #329

Frankenstein and his Bride join us for a packed-filled show with puffball mushrooms, a simple brisket in the oven, some music from The Moron Brothers and even some garden tips and freezer slaw from Lois and Bobby Joe!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:16 | #328

Fall recipes include Grandma Solomon's Apple Pie and toasty apple cider. The Bee Dude takes a look at our hive to see how the bees are doing.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:39 | #327

Tim reveals the secret to great tasting brats on the grill, Vet Beth Johnson comes out to check on the animals, and Tim visits the Good Foods Coop in Lexington.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:04 | #326

Tim makes Nicki's go-to favorite, Philly Cheesesteak, in the dutch oven with provolone, onions, peppers and mushrooms. Then Nicki surprises Tim with a tasty treat of pumpkin cookies with cream cheese icing.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:03 | #325

Tim and Nicki whip up a pizza inspired by their trip to Hawaii, Tim answers questions about his injury, and learn how to make pickled beets.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #324

Tim fires up the smokehouse to smoke four different kinds of cheeses. Tim visits Happy Jack's Pumpkin Farm in Frankfort, Nicki makes her family's Vinegar Pie, and fry up some catfish and purple potatoes.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:13 | #323

Tim and Nicki make ham, sweet potatoes and pineapple glaze. Then we learn how to render lard and make some cracklins for cracklin cornbread in the dutch oven. We also visit with Carolyn to learn how to make a fall wreath.

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27:02 | #322

Tim visits the U.S. Horse Plowing Competition run by Asbury University. Tim and Nicki make sweet and sour chicken and banana pudding dip.

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27:05 | #321

Tim and Nicki take you along on their vacation to the Big Island in Hawaii where they discover great restaurants and delicious food. Back in Kentucky, they visit the Kentucky State Fair.

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25:09 | #320

The grandbabies visit and help make peanut butter pie and chicken and dumplings. Jeneen Wiche delivers lambs and shares tips on hoof trimming.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

24:45 | #319

Recipes include Tim's hommade bread, pumpkin soup, and Nicki's Grandma's lemon pie.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:15 | #318

Tim makes bacon wrapped trout, pancakes on the salt block, and a Ale-8-One cocktail. John Tucker from Salt Rox shows us a nifty little invention called the Salt Egg to make moist flavorful chicken and some music from The Moron Brothers.

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28:01 | #317

Highlights include a recipe for biscuits and honey butter, shopping the 127 Yard Sales,visiting Lane's Diner in Lawrenceburg, and more.

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25:47 | #316

Feeding the animals and having fun with the alpacas, Dinner Train at the Bluebird in Stanford, recipes for Caesar dressing and spaghetti sauce, music from the Moron Brothers, Rada knives, and feeding the pigs cupcakes are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:30 | #315

Learn how to recondition your cast iron skillet, so you can head outside for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking. Rodney Brewer makes cornish hens, succotash, and blackberry cobbler. And, visit Evans Orchard and Cider Mill for the Sweet Corn Festival.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:32 | #314

Tim and Nicki can some not so familiar items including sausage patties. Also, recipes for creamed corn, fried potatoes and onions, and Tim's Refrigerator Pickles and Lazy Pickles.

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27:29 | #313

Tim makes smoked salmon, a squash cheese dish, and bologna spread. Also, how to make your own fountain and the Moron brothers perform.

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26:32 | #312

Tim makes bologna, visits with Jennifer from Nature Reliance School to learn about medicinal plants, and searches for ingredients for the perfect KY-B-L-T (Kentucky BLT) at Good Foods Coop in Lexington.

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26:04 | #311

Tim and Nicki share tips on hot bathing, old-fashioned pressure canning, and even the new way to pressure can.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:59 | #310

Tim gets his new smokehouse going. Jennifer from Nature Reliance School shares information about medicinal plants. A visit with Nicki's Dad, Wild Bill, and with Tim's Dad, Jerry for Father's Day. And, Grandma Nicki makes easy sweet dill pickles at Housewarming's Patio.

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27:59 | #309

Highlights include setting up cattle panels for beans, checking on tomatoes, final steps in building a smokehouse, heirloom seeds with Brenda, Lawrenceburg Chicken swap, and more.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:51 | #308

Highlights include wild strawberries, putting up Electric Fence, new sheep, cooking with Marksbury Farm Foods, and delicious recipes.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:39 | #307

Tim and Nicki share a new fun way to plant tomatoes, the next step in How-To Build a Smokehouse, dinner on the patio, adding a super to our bee box, and feeding the Alpacas are highlighted.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:34 | #306

Tim and Nicki welcome two new alpacas to the farm and head to the Harvest Cabin with some Striper from Lake Cumberland. Then it's part 3 of building a smoke house followed by a quick tip for peeling oranges. Listen to some music by the Moron Brothers and finish the night with some Alpaca Loin on the Salt Block.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

24:48 | #305

Tim starts the night outside cowboy cooking with chef Bill from The Bluebird in Stanford, Kentucky. Then it's off to Richmond to learn about Alpacas at River Hill Ranch.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:00 | #304

Tim's mom Sherry shares her Chow Chow recipe as well as a Mock Apple Pie. We also visit with Nicki's Mom, Nicki Sr., and talk about her childhood memories of growing up in a big Greek family. And finish the night with a poem by Sherry Farmer.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:27 | #303

Turning canned meats into chicken salad and pork bbq, the new baby lambs head back into the big pen, building a smokehouse from the ground up, and finding native edible and medicinal plants in your own backyard are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:53 | #302

How to properly can four different meats using a pressure canner, Pit Salsa, two new baby lambs, and some Mail Call are highlighted.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:30 | #301

Tim and Nicki light the fire for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking. Relax with the cool tones of Tim Farmer and Cool Water, then head in the cabin to visit with Sally Weisenberger from Weisenberger Flour Mill to learn about grits and skillet corn bread. Tim's friend Josh shares his perfect portable chicken coop design.

Grandbabies; Baby Chicks; Egg Wars; S'mores

27:55 | #252

The Grandbabies are here! Learn about raising baby chicks and color eggs for a Greek tradition... egg cracking competition. Use the leftover eggs for deviled eggs to go with brats and mac and cheese. Check on the bees after the hard winter and end the night with the perfect decadent s'mores... brownie mix, peanut butter cups and marshmallows... what could be better?

Quick Ribs; Lambing 101; Purple Martins; Marksbury Burger

28:44 | #251

Impress your friends with Quick Ribs with a Slow Cooked Taste. Done in 1 hour or less! Visit with Jim Mansfield from 4 Hills Farm to learn the basics for lambing, set up boxes for Purple Martins with Bobby Joe, tour Good Foods Co-op to learn about local producers here in Kentucky, and finish off with a perfect, simple burger at Marksbury Farm Market.

Unique Kentucky Eats

26:58 | #250

All Kentucky recipes! Make your own Beer cheese, Banana Croquettes, Sonia Uri's Icebox Cocktail Pate, and Rolled Oysters from Louisville! All great Kentucky recipes from the book Out of Kentucky Kitchens written by Marion Flexner.

Gyros, Pitas & Baklava

25:28 | #249

Tim and Nicki share some classic Greek dishes including Lamb Gyros, Tzatziki Sauce, and Baklava. Jeneen Wiche talks about raising his own lamb.

Grandbabies and Lambs

25:06 | #248

The Grandbabies stop by for a visit and help us make their Great Great Grandmother's Peanut Butter Pie (from our cookbook) as well as some Homemade Chicken and Dumplings. They are such great helpers! We also have some new additions to the farm... Jeneen Wiche brings Tim 3 lambs and even shares some tips on hoof trimming.

Walnut Cookies, Chicken Noodle Soup

27:34 | #247

Tim and Nicki are in the kitchen whipping up some of their favorite recipes. Nicki starts things off with her famous Potato Chip Chicken, then we visit with our favorite dog Moses, Tim shares his delicious Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with a twist, then finish with some Walnut Cookies using fresh walnuts from Tim's yard!

Marksbury Farm; Oxtail Stew; Beef Tongue

26:47 | #246

We head to Marksbury Farm Market where we learn about every piece and part of the cow and where they are located, and how to butcher them to take to market. We bring home our own oxtail and beef tongue for two tasty recipes, Oxtail Stew and Smoked Beef Tongue.

Pesto Rubbed Goat; Cherry Jubilee Dessert; Bluegrass Nachos

27:15 | #245

Tim lights the fire for Valentine's Day by surprising Nicki with a pesto rubbed goat and side of spinach and onions on the salt block, Cowboy Campfire Cooking style. Nicki makes a Cherry Love Delight dessert with cherries, bourbon, cake mix and more in the dutch oven. We visit with Shannon from Grace Cafe who whips up some Bluegrass Nachos and a Brussel Sprouts/Apple/Bacon side. Tim's mom Sherry reads a poem.

Hot and Sour Soup

25:55 | #244

Tim shares his favorite Hot and Sour Soup recipe from scratch with the freshest ingredients. Then we head on over to Kentucky Soaps and Such in Stanford, KY where we learn how to make all natural goat milk soap. Play some music with The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass then sweeten up your sweet tooth with some cookie dough dip. Tastes just like the real thing! Also, learn about Tim's new "workout plan" to shed his winter weigh.

Old Fashioned Country Christmas Part 2

25:17 | #238

Dollie stops by to make her famous No-Bake Cookies and Pretzel Salad. We hear a Christmas story from Byron Crawford, some music from Frontier, and making chili with the Grandbabies.

Old Fashioned Country Christmas Part 1

25:08 | #237

Tim and Nicki share their Christmas traditions.

Thanksgiving Goose and Cranberry Rice Stuffing

26:18 | #233

It's time for Thanksgiving goodies! Tim stuffs a traditional goose with his homemade cranberry rice stuffing and throws it on the Big Green Egg! Then Nicki shares some family recipes and some "secrets" for her Cranberry Sauce and Sweet Potato Casserole followed by some music from The Moron Brothers. Happy Thanksgiving!

Walnut Cookies, Potato Chip Chicken and Chicken Soup

27:34 | #232

Tim and Nicki are in the kitchen whipping up some of their favorite recipes. Nicki starts things off with her famous Potato Chip Chicken, then we visit with our favorite dog Moses, Tim shares his delicious Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with a twist, then finish with some Walnut Cookies using fresh walnuts from Tim's yard!

Pickeled Turnips; Jam Cake

27:22 | #231

Tim and Nicki pull up turnips in the garden for a simple and delicious Pickled Turnip recipe, with beets! We also head out to the farm and visit with Moses and the girls as Jeneen Wiche brings out a new visitor... We also visit with Lois Ellis and learn the secrets to her famous Jam Cake!

Asian Wings; Cushaw Pie; Chili

24:46 | #230

Happy Halloween from Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen! We start with Asian Wings for an appetizer, some of Tim's famous Chili, Cowboy Campfire Cooking Style, for dinner and a Cushaw Pie for dessert.

Venison Meatballs; Goat Loin

25:44 | #229

Recipes include venison meatballs with pork sausage in Nicki's Mother's simple sauce and venison and goat loin. Wild Bill (Nicki's father) shares stories from his childhood and the Moron Brothers perform.

Curing a Ham

26:09 | #228

It's time to cure a ham. Jay Caskey and Tim take you through the steps on how to prepare and cure the ham in Step 1 and follow up 10 months later with Step 2. Everything you need to know about curing hams! We also visit with the Moron Brothers and answer some of your questions on Mail Call.

Hasenpfeffer; Pumpkin Cake; Meet Moses

27:36 | #227

Tim shares his take on a classic German recipe, Hasenpfeffer (Pepper Rabbit) that will have your mouth watering. We can't forget dessert with Nicki's Pumpkin Cake with Cream Cheese Icing. We also visit with Good Foods Coop, Clark Family Farm, Marksbury Farm Foods and 4 Hills Farm at the Follow the Food Farm Tour in Lexington. Finish the night meeting the new guy on the farm, our guard dog Moses.

Corn Relish; Clark Family Farms; The Bluebird

27:00 | #224

Nicki's Grandma's Corn Relish recipe; a visit to Clark Family Farms to learn about how they raise chickens; and Chef Bill Hawkins' Bayou Chicken Sandwich at Bluebird in Stanford, Kentucky, are featured.

Grandbabies and Lambs

26:40 | #223

The Grandbabies stop by for a visit and help us make their Great Great Grandmother's Peanut Butter Pie (from our cookbook) as well as some Homemade Chicken and Dumplings. They are such great helpers! We also have some new additions to the farm... Jeneen Wiche brings Tim 3 lambs and even shares some tips on hoof trimming.

Lamb Burgers; Fried Green Tomatoes

26:40 | #220

It's time to make those Labor Day plans...including the menu! Tim shares his secret baked beans recipe along with a new twist on fried green tomatoes! (And he uses the one we canned a few weeks ago!) Add in a cold broccoli and bacon side salad and Lamb burgers with Tim's special sauce for a complete meal! We even take a tour of the cabin and answer some of your questions about the show.

Pecan-Crusted Walleye and Chicken Piccata

26:40 | #219

Tim makes Walleye with a pecan-maple syrup crust and a side of boiled kale. Denise at Chrisman Mill Winery shares her famous Chicken Piccata dish. The Moron Brothers sing "The Rooster Song."

Homemade Spaghetti Sauce

26:40 | #218

Learn how to can tomatoes and Tim makes a stuffed tomato appetizer, homemade spaghetti sauce, and tomato herb pizza.

Canning Tomatoes

26:40 | #217

Tim and Nicki share canning secrets and tips; Lois cans green tomatoes, strawberry jam, zucchini pickles, and pickled green beans; and Tim makes cabbage and green beans.

Gyros, Tzatziki Sauce, Homemade Pitas

26:40 | #216

Tim and Nicki share some classic Greek dishes including Lamb Gyros, Tzatziki Sauce, and Baklava. Jeneen Wiche talks about raising his own lamb.

Homemade Italian Dressing; Big Green Egg

25:20 | #215

Tim shares his "Dressing of the Day" by making a homemade creamy Italian dressing using fresh herbs and spices. Nicki whips up her squash/zucchini/corn cheesy casserole while Tim seasons a whole chicken from Swallow Rail Farm on the Big Green Egg! We also visit with Salt Rox to make some pork sliders and Ale-8-One Bottling Company to make an Ale-8-One Moon Bomb with Apple Pie Moonshine! We've also got some more survival tips with Craig!

Tacos de Cabeza; Tater Knob Pottery and Farm

24:50 | #214

Tacos de Cabeza, Tater Knob Pottery and Farm, and scratch-made biscuits are featured.

Smoked Cabbage and Cowboy Cooking

25:40 | #213

A recipe of smoked cabbage and onion, music from the Moron Brothers, learn about horseradish, Cowboy Campfire Cooking with zucchini muffins and cabbage soup, and more on bees.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #212

Growing asparagus, fishing for catfish, grilling catfish on cedar planks, and music from The Moron Brothers are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #211

Phillip Weisenberger shares a recipe for simple cheese biscuits, shopping at the Good Foods Coop, a recipe for basil pesto lamb and cheesy potatoes, and tips for cooking on the Big Green Egg.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #210

A recipe for venison stew over the fire with a side of Weisenberger biscuits and splitting the bee hives are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #209

The ins and outs of the Salt Rox Salt Block, the bee dudes check to see how the bees are doing, a visit to Harvest Energy Solutions Harvest Cabins in Michigan, and a kick off to summer at Good Foods Coop are featured.

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26:40 | #208

Nicki shares a new recipe with the freshest greens, garden tips with Bobby Joe, making mozzarella, a recipe for a caprese salad appetizer, and survival tips from Nature Reliance School are featured.

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26:40 | #207

The numerous edible and medicinal plants we walk over every day and a recipe for sesame orange-glazed duck with dipping sauce are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #206

Jay and Allen, the "Bee Dudes," show Tim the ins and outs of raising bees.

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26:40 | #205

A brand new cabin from Harvest Energy Solutions and raising sheep and chickens at Swallow Rail Farm are featured.

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26:40 | #204

Top Derby recipes include Kentucky Jockey Pie, a mock mint julep, Kentucky Hot Brown, and fried green tomatoes.

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25:31 | #203

Homemade mac and cheese, Tater Knob Pottery and Farm, and a recipe for wild turkey tacos are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #202

Head to the bunny farm to learn all about the ins and outs of raising rabbits, a recipes for Ranch Rabbit with stuffing, and incredible Kentucky Beer Cheese recipes are showcased.

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26:40 | #201

Tim and Nicki boil some crabs to make delicious stuffed crabs, Catfish Supreme at Backbay Seafood Restaurant, and in New Orleans, Dr. J makes a traditional gumbo and grilled Red Fish.

Merry Christmas from Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:15 | #137

Stuff your face full of cookies tonight as we visit with the granddaughters and make Grandma Solomon's famous Sugar Cookies. And Christmas wouldn't be complete without some Christmas Music from American Drive, Lauren Mink and The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass!

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #124

Join Tim as he visits a local hog farm. Learn about grinding sausage, salt curing hams, and cold smoking bacon.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #122

A Cowboy Campfire Cooking-style breakfast, the Daniel Boone Pioneer Festival in Winchester, a meatloaf recipe, and "magic" pie that makes its own crust are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:03 | #121

A goat shank recipe, go outside to the Big Green Egg for some "Smokey" Joes, The Moron Brothers, and a recipe for cheesecake are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #120

Tim shows you his easy but unique fried fish recipe with sides of homemade coleslaw and hush puppies. Spend some time with the Moron Brother's and then finish the night with a thick and hearty High Dollar Soup.

Smoked Cabbage and Cowboy Cooking

26:40 | #119

A recipe of smoked cabbage and onion, music from the Moron Brothers, learn about horseradish, Cowboy Campfire Cooking with zucchini muffins and cabbage soup, and more on bees.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #116

Town Branch Distillery in Lexington, the Great Inland Seafood Festival in Newport, a visit from the Bee Dudes, and a Kentucky Cocktail with DeAnne Elmore are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #115

A local beekeeping supply warehouse, some mouth-watering shrimp and grits, music from the Moron Brothers, and Bananas Foster on the grill are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:40 | #114

An old fashioned pickle recipe, the art of bee keeping, and making sauerkraut are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

27:05 | #112

Tips on growing tomatoes from Bobby Joe's Garden, Chef Jared whips up fresh fried oysters at Capital Plaza Hotel in Frankfort, goat recipes from Martin Meadow Farms, and music from The Moron Brothers are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

24:11 | #111

Tim visits local restaurants who are using the farm to table approach, check out an amazing cheeseburger and other great food, and cool off with Elk Creek Punch during Kentucky Cocktail Time.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:24 | #110

Learn about brining and smoking fish, Tim whips up smoked fish pate, visit The Beer Cheese Festival in Winchester, sample an Ale-8-One Old Fashion, and music from The Moron Brothers are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

28:07 | #108

Tim's parents stop by for a visit and make some of his favorite childhood recipes, learn how to peel and eat crawfish at the First Annual Crawfish Festival, and Tim whips up his famous chili and helps judge a Firehouse Cookoff.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:06 | #106

Tim learns how to grow asparagus, grilling catfish on cedar planks, and a tune about catfish from The Moron Brothers are featured.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

28:30 | #105

Tim travels to the Mushroom Festival in Irvine, Kentucky; whips up delicious soup beans; and mixes together non-alcoholic cranberry punch.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:59 | #104

Tim meets with Matt Ellis from Woods Equipment Company to discuss helpful tools for his garden. He gets things started by planting potatoes and cabbages with Bobby Joe. Then head to the kitchen with Eileen for two different lamb recipes.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

25:44 | #103

Recipes include low-country boil, Asian-glazed salmon, and crab pasta salad. Plus, Tim learns about raising sheep on his property and a few jokes from The Moron Brothers.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

28:14 | #102

Tim grills eye of round roast, builds a pig pen as he prepares to raise his own pigs, stops by the Kentucky Green Living Fair, and visits Weisenberger Mill.

Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen

26:13 | #101 | TV-G

Join Tim as he visits a local hog farm. Learn about grinding sausage, salt curing hams, and cold smoking bacon.

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