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Host Ian Knauer serves up pizza history, from ancient flatbreads to today’s pies.
Host Ian Knauer delves into the history and art of pickling.
Host Ian Knauer tackles the epitome of Southern comfort food: golden, crisp, juicy fried chicken.
Host Ian Knauer bakes a crusty loaf of sourdough, thought to be the oldest kind of bread in existence.
Host Ian Knauer whips up a homemade pasta dish once served by Thomas Jefferson at the White House.
Host Ian Knauer takes us through the history of donuts, which were first introduced to America by Dutch settlers.
Host Ian Knauer explains how apple pie became an iconic American dessert as he bakes one of his own.
Host Ian Knauer explores the ancient history of chocolate and prepares a batch of mouthwatering brownies.
Host Ian Knauer explores the history of lobster and whips up two takes on the traditional lobster roll.