Saturday, October 8, 2016

Washington Grown's new season hits the air

Karla Salp

Host Kristi Gorenson gets up close and personal with cows.
If you’ve ever wondered where your food comes from, who is growing it, and how it gets to your table, Washington Grown is the show for you!

Season four of Washington’s one of a kind, Emmy-winning farm to table television show began airing last weekend with new planned each week through the end of the year. 
Tractor tires are no small potatoes
Washington Grown’s goal is to connect consumers with those who grow and process their food. Each episode features farmers, local restaurants with outstanding recipes, and nutritional information about Washington’s crops. There are also frequently bonus features such as an inside look at food processing facilities. 

Here are the themes for October’s episodes:
Co-host Tomas practices his lassoing skills
  • October 1 & 2 – Party Time
  • October 8 & 9 – Beef
  • October 15 & 16 – Raspberries
  • October 22 & 23 – Women in Agriculture
  • October 29 & 30 – Olympia Peninsula Seafood

Washington Grown can be viewed this fall on Northwest Cable News on Saturdays at 5:30 pm and on Sundays at noon and 8:30 pm. If you don’t get Northwest Cable News or if you miss a show, episodes are posted on Washington Grown’s website after the first airing. Washington Grown can also be found on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube