On this special episode of The Original Fare Kelly gathers a diverse group of women on the spectacular Tillamook Coast in Oregon to hone their outdoor skills. Watch as women adventure outside-- Original Fare style.
Kelly heads to Metlakatla, the last Native American Reserve in Alaska, to uncover how sustainable salmon fishing is possible in our modern age.
Roots run deep in Oakland: but working urban land still presents a challenge. Kelly embarks on a culinary adventure to seek out the ingredients of the region, the legacy of black panthers and the future of their urban land.
The conclusion of Kelly's cheese adventure in Spain and Italy. It's a mad dash of planes, trains, automobiles- and a boat!- as Kelly uncovers goat, cow, sheep and buffalo cheeses in Spain and Italy. Part 2 of 2.
It's a mad dash of planes, trains, automobiles- and a boat!- as Kelly uncovers goat, cow, sheep and buffalo cheeses in Spain and Italy. Part 1 of 2.
You can spearfish lion fish and protect coral reefs! Kelly heads to Barbados to do her part and explore the tastes of Barbados.
Did you know potatoes are actually from South America? Kelly sails through Lake Titicaca, almost 13,000 feet high, in search of potatoes and earthen ovens.
Jamón may be known. But true Jamón Ibérico has a deeper connection to seasons than you may imagine. Kelly goes deep into Spain to seek out the story of jamón and then: we all learn how to make a traditional Valencia paella.