Show 819 features Bama's Best Tomato Dish — the Tomato Pie from FDL Gourmet To Go in Montgomery; Piper and Leaf Tea Co. in Huntsville; and a special Down to Earth-inspired Ask A Farmer with Monica Carroll of Dale County. Plus, get a recipe for Pickle de Gallo from Stacey Little of SouthernBite.com, sponsored by Sweet Grown Alabama.
Show 806 features Wadsworth Christmas Tree Farm in Wetumpka, Folklore Brewing & Meadery in Dothan, and Jeremy Sessions of Session Farm in Grady Bay for an Ask A Farmer about satsumas. Plus, get a recipe for Easy Chicken with Cream Cheese Pan Sauce from Stacey Little of SouthernBite.com, sponsored by Alabama Poultry and Egg Association.
Have I mentioned before how much I love doing these Bama's Best contests? Since we start these contests by taking nominations on social media, I always think we're going to end up with a lot of big city restaurants. But, invariably, the majority of nominated restaurants represent small town communities. It's amazing and even heart-warming to see how connected and invested people are in helping their local favorite claim the top spot! So, without further ado, here are your Edible Eight for Bama's Best Pizza!
Click here for Episode 615 to explore how COVID-19 has impacted agriculture and the food supply chain. Features include Wood Fruitticher, Chappy's Deli, Douglas Food Valu, Penton Farms & Sugar Hill U-Pick, Sweet Creek Farm Market, Washington County's Walt Richardson, Lamar County's Jay Buckley and Ask Sidney.
We're on the search for Bama's Best Pizza. Make nominations on the post announcing the contest on the Alabama Farmers Federation's Facebook page now through Jan. 11.