What wine pairs well with pomegranates?
What can I make with Pomegranates?
Pomegranates in Save Mart
Yribarren Family Vinegards
Chef Bessy cooks with Walnuts
Save Mart Walnuts
Valley Delicious pairs wine with persimmons
Persimmon Vinaigrette on a fall salad
Valley Delicious learns about Persimmons
Jim Van Haun from Cedar View Winery pairs a white wine with squash
Feleena Sutton works with The Farmers Daughter, Nina La Barbera to make spqghetti squash au gratin
Alex Delgado visits Save Mart to learn how to pick the best squash
Alex Delgado visits with Todd Hirasuna from Sunnyside packing to learn about squash
Wendi Hammond from Moravia Wineries share her wine paring
Saviez Family Estates
Chef Chris from Trelio cooks with pistachios
Mat Rubicala shows Alex Delgado the pistachios in the produce department
Seaman Nurseries in Chowchilla
Carole Lester and Richard Matoian invite us to the Pistachio Party in Old Town Clovis
Silkwood Wines helps us find the best vino for peppers
Chef Bessy Acosta from Peeve’s Pub & Market in downtown Fresno whips us some fresh vegetarian roasted bell pepper puttanesca with summer squash spaghetti.
This week Valley Delicious visits T.D. Willey Farms in Madera and learns about La Muyo peppers.
Steve Schafer from San Joaquin Valley Wine Company pairs wine with eggplant
Chef Matthew Babcock from Cafe Via in Fresno cooks up Eggplant Caprese Salad and Eggplant Rollitinis
Alex Delgado interviews Michelle Reynolds from KMK Farms in Kingsburg.
Nathan Cardella from Cardella Winery in Mendota pairs some wonderful local wine 2010 Barbera 2011 Sangiovese 2013 Savaingone Blanc
Feleena Sutton cooks along side 'The Farmer's Daughter" Nina La Barbera at the De Young Welcome Center at Armstrong & Gettysburg in Clovis
Alex Delgado interviews Gary Acevedo, Save Mart Supermarket Produce Manager about how to pick the perfect tomato
As the Valley becomes more urban, we are moving farther away from our food. Valley Delicious is the one show that will connect consumers with local farmers. Each episode we will start on the farm where we interview the farmer or rancher that grew or raised the item we are about to cook for dinner. Meet the person responsible for your favorite food on Valley Delicious.
If you look closely at our produce, you will see as label that states where it came from. This information can help you select items that were grown right here in the Central Valley. Let’s face it, grapes that came only a few miles from a field into your grocery store are going to taste way better than grapes from another country.
(source: Fresno County Farm Bureau)