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Summer Grilling Extravaganza

From: WFIU
Series: Earth Eats: Real Food, Green Living
Length: 59:00

An hour-long program of thoroughly entertaining and tasty-to-the-ears grilling tips, recipes, music and more! Makes a wonderful summertime special. Read the full description.

Summer_grilling_small We're heading outside to the grill to enjoy the warm temperatures and bright sunshine for Earth Eats Grilling Extravaganza.

Chef Daniel Orr will be preparing the feast, which will include a traditional French side dish with peas and bacon, Mexican grilled corn, and a Caribbean-inspired coleslaw. He’ll give you tips for how to best work a grill to get the tastiest results while cooking some duck, pork, and lamb.

To drink, we have three kid-friendly beverages that use fresh herbs picked right from the garden. And, the sweet ending to our meal will be a rhubarb and strawberry tart. Summer grilling doesn’t get much more local and seasonal than this!

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Piece Description

We're heading outside to the grill to enjoy the warm temperatures and bright sunshine for Earth Eats Grilling Extravaganza.

Chef Daniel Orr will be preparing the feast, which will include a traditional French side dish with peas and bacon, Mexican grilled corn, and a Caribbean-inspired coleslaw. He’ll give you tips for how to best work a grill to get the tastiest results while cooking some duck, pork, and lamb.

To drink, we have three kid-friendly beverages that use fresh herbs picked right from the garden. And, the sweet ending to our meal will be a rhubarb and strawberry tart. Summer grilling doesn’t get much more local and seasonal than this!

Timing and Cues

Piece Audio Version

1:00 Breaks at 13:39, 26:36, and 41:56.

Single file version Version

1:00 Breaks at 13:39, 26:36, and 41:56.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Throw the Windows Open Malcolm Dalglish with percussionist Glen Velez Hymnody of the Earth. 1997 :00
Fishing Krista Detor A Dream in a Cornfield. 2003 :00
The Snake That Liked His Brew Slats Klug with storyteller Steve Miller, fiddler Gordon Lowry, and Jew’s Harp player Dan Schuumacher Liars Bench. :00

Related Website

http://indianapublicmedia.org/eartheats/summer-grilling-extravaganza/