Old Time Hog Killin (Episode #101)
We're off to the farm on Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen! If you grew up on the farm, you know where the bacon, sausage, loin, and so on, comes from. We visit a friend's farm as they revisit an 'old time hog killin!' See the process from beginning to end. Pass out some cracklins' and join us as we make sausage, and cure some hams!
Seafood and Sheep (Episode #103)
It's all about Seafood! Grab all of your favorite seafood and create your own Low-Country Boil with Tim and Nicki. Broil some Asian-Glazed salmon for a snack and stir up some Crab Pasta Salad with Nicki for the side. Take a tour around Tim's land as he gets some information about raising sheep on his property, and end the night with some jokes from The Moron Brothers.
Mushrooms, Soup Beans and Cranberry Punch (Episode #105)
We're off to the Mushroom Festival in Irvine, Kentucky to cook up some tasty mushroom recipes and learn about growing mushrooms. Then it's time for Cowboy Campfire Cooking as Tim whips up some delicious soup beans and ends the night with some non-alcoholic cranberry punch.
Memorial Day Episode (Episode #107)
For Memorial Day Weekend we take a look back at how to do things the Good Old Fashioned Way. Make your own butter out of whipping cream, can some venison, mix up some peanut brittle in 15 minutes, and finish with some fried sweet potatoes. And don't forget about Sergio - The Stinky Farm Dog!
Tractors, "Tea" and a Temple (Episode #109)
Visit with Paul Huber from Central Equipment Company to learn about how to pick the right tractor for your garden, make some Poo-Doo Tea with Bobby Joe (your plants would love it), grill up some wings on the Big Green Egg with Jason from Housewarmings, take a visit to the Sheep and Fiber Festival for a scrumptious lamb cook-off and wind down with a Burley Temple cocktail mixed up by DeAnne from Ale-8-One Bottling Company.
Eating Local (Episode #111)
It's all about buying local and eating local! Join Tim as he visits a few local restaurants who are using the farm to table approach and cooking with only the freshest ingredients. Check out an amazing cheeseburger and some decadent fries at Bluebird in Stanford, Kentucky, fried green tomatoes, aged filets and Maker's Mark bread pudding at Mermaids in Danville, Kentucky and a gumbo omelet at Alfalfa's in Lexington, Kentucky. Then cool off with some Elk Creek Punch during Kentucky Cocktail Time.
Cowboy Burgoo, Purple Martins and Apple Dumplings(Episode #113)
Mix up some tasty burgoo, Cowboy Campfire Cooking style, with a side of jalapeño cornbread over the campfire. Then we head to Bobby Joe's Garden for a quick tip about Purple Martins that you won't want to miss. Then we head to the kitchen at The Red Mile, where Matt teaches us a quick but delicious stuffed jalapeño recipe. Then we'll finish the night with some scrumptious Ale-8-One Apple Dumplings!
Bees, Shrimp and Grits and Bananas Foster (Episode #115)
We continue our series on beekeeping with a visit to a local beekeeping supply warehouse, Dadant & Sons, Frankfort Kentucky. We continue in Frankfort as we visit Jared at the Capital Plaza Hotel for some mouth-watering Shrimp and Grits followed by some hilarious music from The Moron Brothers - Bluegrass. We finish the night with dessert on the Big Green Egg with Jason from Housewarmings as he whips up some fabulous Bananas Foster.
Zucchini! Zucchini! Zucchini! (Episode #117)
You asked for them and we delivered! Tonight it's all about Zucchini! Tim's Mother comes over to show us a few recipes including her famous Chow Chow and Mock Apple Pie. Then we get a visit from Lisa who teaches us how to make her Super Sweet Blackberry Jam. We finish off the night with a quick snack of zucchini fries from Tim's father.
Smoked Cabbage and Cowboy Cooking (Episode #119)
We start with a delicious side recipe of smoked cabbage and onion. Then it's off to visit the Moron Brother's for some jokes and music as well as Bobby Joe to learn about Horseradish. Then it's time for Cowboy Campfire Cooking with Zucchini Muffins and Cabbage Soup. Finish the night by slinging some honey, the final stage in our bee series.
Goat Shanks and "Smokey" Joes (Episode #121)
Denise is back from Martin Meadow Farms showing us a goat shank recipe. It's all about low and slow. Then it's outside to the Big Green Egg for some "Smokey" Joes. Spend some time with The Moron Brother's and finish the night out with the PERFECT cheesecake.
Cheap Eats, and lots of BUTTER! (Episode #123)
Save some money and impress your guests with a simple but delicious filet, make some butter the old fashioned way, listen to some tunes from the Moron Brothers and finish the night with canning some Pear Butter! (Nicki's Grandma Solomon's famous recipe)
Culinary Cruise to Alaska (Episode #125)
Tonight we take you along on our Culinary Cruise to Alaska on Holland America Line where we visit the farmer's market in Seattle, view glaciers in Juneau, go salmon fishing in Ketchikan, cook on the ship with Tim and make his secret wine sauce, and tour the city by land and water in Victoria. We even show you a new Asian-Glazed Salmon recipe.
Lamb Merguez and Pumpking Picking (Episode #127)
Tim throws together his homemade Lamb Merguez Meatball Linguini for two as Nicki whips up her famous side, "Greek Cheese Love Boat". Still need pumpkins for Halloween? Check out Gallrein Farms in Shelbyville, Kentucky where we stocked up on pumpkins and cushaw, hung out in the petting zoo, took a hayride and more!
Locally Roasted Coffe and The Incredible Food Show (Episode #129)
We visit Coffee Times Coffee House in Lexington, Kentucky where we learn all about roasting coffee locally. Then it's off to the Incredible Food Show in Lexington, Kentucky where we visit with numerous vendors and even do a cooking demonstration. Ale-8-One is there with us showing us their famous (and our favorite) Apple Dumplings recipe!
Cabbages, Colonel Sanders and Carl Hurley's Catalina Chicken (Episode #131)
We visit Bobby Joe as he shows us how to store your vegetables the old fashioned way, by burying them! Then our new friend Rhonda shares a top secret Colonel Sanders recipe and Carl Hurley stops by to share some laughs and some Catalina chicken!
Curing Hams and Bacon in Your Own Kitchen! (Episode #134)
Who would have thought you could cure ham and bacon in your own kitchen the natural way, without any preservatives. It's so simple! Learn about the process from a Blue Ribbon winner. Plus enjoy a song from The Moron Brothers as they sing about a "Hog Named Kobe"
Greek and Unique (Episode #136)
We have a whole meal for you that's simple, unique and you guessed it... DELICIOUS! Tim spices up some lamb shanks to steam in the oven with butter and rosemary while Nicki shows us her favorite Greek dish, Marjoram Potatoes. Finish it off with some Brussel Sprouts with BACON! More of a chicken lover? DeAnne shows us an Ale-8-One Chicken dish you can substitute that is out of this world!
Good Foods, Apple Crunch, Hot Brown and The Bluebird (Episode #138)
Tonight we go shopping at Good Foods Market & Cafe for the BEST ingredients for tonight's recipes! Then it's back to the house as we start off with a super sweet dessert... Nicki's Grandma's Apple Crunch. While that cooks, we visit The Bluebird in Stanford, KY for a special Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen night! Then Tim whips up a classic recipe, The Hot Brown! So simple to make at home, and OH SO DELICIOUS! We're jam packed with goodies tonight so you won't want to miss it!
Fruit Dip, Steak on the Salt Block and Chrisman Mill Winery (Episode #140)
We start things off with a yummy little snack, Nicki's Greek Fruit Yogurt Dip that you (and your kids!) will love! Then for the main course... STEAK! We pull out our favorite kitchen toy, the Salt Block and cook inside the oven! Best cooked steak you will ever have. Then we're off to Chrisman Mill Vineyards & Winery in Nicholasville to learn about some AMAZING wine made from KENTUCKY GRAPES!
Wood-Fired Pizza on the Big Green Egg and Clam Linguini (Episode #142)
Tim shows you how to turn your Big Green Egg into a PIZZA OVEN for the tastiest wood-fired pizzas. Then we head over to our friends at Good Foods Market & Cafe for their Chocolate Sampling Extravaganza! Finally, Tim whips up Nicki's favorite romantic meal, Seafood Linguini!
Roasted Cauliflower Soup, Baked Salmon and Grilled Fruit (Episode #147)
Tim shows you how cauliflower can be transformed into a fantastic hearty soup, (don't forget about lots of CHEESE!) We also pull out some Alaskan salmon topped with a simple glaze and quick bake in the oven. Then take a trip to Louisville for the Home, Garden & Remodeling Show, and finish the night with a tasty dessert on the Big Green Egg with Tim's daughter Bekah.
Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen Heads to Mississippi PART 2 (Episode #149)
Join us as we head back to Mississippi and swing on over to New Orleans! Tim and Nicki boil some crabs they brought back from Mississippi to make a delicious dish, stuffed crabs. Then we head to Backbay Seafood Restaurant where Rob Stinson shows us their famous dish, Catfish Supreme. End the night in New Orleans as Dr. J shows us a traditional gumbo and grilled Red Fish.
Smokey Mac & Cheese, Tater Knob Pottery & Wild Turkey Wild Turkey (Episode #151)
First It's the most delicious homemade mac and cheese you will ever taste! Then it's off to Berea, Kentucky where we visit with Tater Knob Pottery and Farm for Kentucky made dishes to use on our show! They have some of the most beautiful pottery you will ever see. Then finish the night with Wild Turkey Wild Turkey tacos! (You can even just eat the turkey alone, but tacos are delicious!) Follow Tim's simple brine and fry up some turkey that will have your mouth watering.
Raising Sheep and Chickens with Solarized Electric Fencing
Hoagies, Pig Pens, Green Living Fair and Weisenberger Mills (Episode #102)
Join Tim as we grill up some eye of round roast to make some delicious hoagies and build a pig pen as he prepares to raise his own pigs. We stop by the Kentucky Green Living Fair and visit Weisenberger Mill to learn about their 100 year old process that is still being used today.
"Help You Grow Your Garden Good" (Episode #104)
It's gardening time! Tim meets with Matt Ellis from woods equipment company to discuss some helpful tools for his garden. He gets things started by planting some potatoes and cabbages with Bobby Joe. Then head to the kitchen with Eileen for two different lamb recipes. Your mouth will be watering.
Catfish and Asparagus (Episode # 106)
Tim visit's an old friend as he shows us how to grow asparagus on his farm. Then we go fishing to catch some catfish for dinner and grill them up on cedar planks with asparagus on the side. Finish up with a tune about good ole' catfish from The Moron Brothers.
Family and Festivals (Episode #108)
Tim's parents stop by for a visit and make some of his favorite childhood recipes before we head out to visit a few local food festivals. Learn how to peel and eat crawfish at the First Annual Crawfish Festival held by Bayou Bluegrass Catering and Bourbon and Toulouse. Finish up at Housewarmings in Lexington for the Sixth Annual Eggfest where Tim whips up his famous chili and helps to judge a Firehouse Cookoff.
Smoked Fish and Beer Cheese (Episode #110)
We're smoking fish in Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen! Learn about Tim's secret brine, then whip it up in some delicious Smoked Fish Pate. Then head on over to the Beer Cheese Festival in Winchester as we look to find the BEST beer cheese! We finish the night with a Kentucky Cocktail, Ale-8-One Old Fashioned and some amazing music from The Moron Brothers. You won't want to miss it.
Try Some Grub You've Never Tried Before (Episode #112)
We finally get a chance to visit Bobby Joe's Garden and learn some tips about growing tomatoes and how to start your own garden. Then we're off to Capital Plaza Hotel in Frankfort, Kentucky where Chef Jared whips up some fresh fried oysters. Next, it's all about goat! Denise from Martin Meadow Farms grills up two different goat loins that will have your mouth watering. Then we will finish the night with some hilarious music from The Moron Brothers.
One Jar at a Time (Episode #114)
It's all about "one jar at a time" today on Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen. Tim shows you an old fashioned pickle recipe that is so simple and delicious. Then it's off to visit some "bee dudes" as we learn all about the art of bee keeping! We'll finish up at Bobby Joe's garden as his wife Lois shows us how to make some easy sauerkraut "one jar at a time".
Making Bourbon and Eating Lobster (Episode #116)
Tonight we visit Town Branch Distillery in Lexington, Kentucky where we learn about how bourbon is made. Then it's off to Newport, Kentucky where we visited the Great Inland Seafood Festival last year for some amazing lobster, (You won't want to miss it this year coming up in August!) followed by a visit from the Bee Dudes as they help Tim build his very own "Big Boy Box". Finish things up with a Kentucky Cocktail.
Buying Local, Bees, and Canning Tomato Juice (Episode #118)
We visit Good Foods Market & Cafe in Lexington where we learn about buying and cooking local! Plus their cafe chef whips up a dish that will have your mouth watering. Then it's off to visit Jay and Allen so Tim can finally get his BIG BOY BEE BOX! We finish the night with Bobby Joe and Lois Ellis where we learn all about canning tomato juice.
All About Seafood! (Episode #120)
Seafood has taken over! Tim shows you his easy but unique fried fish recipe with sides of homemade coleslaw and Weisneberger Mill hush puppies. Spend some time with the Moron Brothers and then finish the night with a thick and hearty High Dollar Soup packed full of seafood and flavor!
Cowboy Campfire Cooking Breakfast and "Magic" Pie (Episode #122)
We're starting things off with breakfast, Cowboy Campfire Cooking style! Then we visit the Daniel Boone Pioneer Festival in Winchester and end the night with our Facebook contest winner who whips up some meatloaf (a recipe from her MawMaw) and "magic" pie that makes its own crust!
Poached Salmon and Dill Sauce (Episode #124)
In the spirit of Alaska, we poach some Alaskan Salmon with a delectable dipping sauce, grill some pork loin on the Big Green Egg and finish the night with pumpkin pie from scratch!
Ale-8 Pizza, Lemon Cake and an Apple Festival (Episode #126)
Craving something simple yet delicious? Tonight we throw together some BBQ Chicken pizza and an Ale-8-One Lemon Cake. Then it's off to Casey County for the 39th Annual Apple Festival. Check out the largest apple pie and hear some music from the Moron Brothers!
Halloween Episode (Episode #128)
It's a frightfully good time in Tim Farmers Country Kitchen for our HALLOWEEN SPECIAL! Tim and Nicki make some cushaw pie before things start to get spooky at midnight and a few visitors stop by...
Then it's off to Berea for the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen fair and some Moron Brother's Music. Don't be afraid... watch TIM FARMER'S COUNTRY KITCHEN! MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Tomato Soup and Burgoo (Episode #130)
Tim shows you how to make some tasty Tomato Basil Soup from scratch using some of his own tomatoes from his garden. Then its time to learn about pressure canning some venison. Then we head outside for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking as Tim whips up some traditional and delicious Burgoo.
Asian Chicken, Shrimp Stir-Fry and Venison Kabobs (Episode #132)
We mix things up ASIAN STYLE! Start off with an Asian-Glazed Chicken that will have your mouth watering, followed by a simple yet delicious Shrimp and Pea Pod Stir fry. Finish the night with some delicious Venison Kabobs made on a Salt Block! You'll be amazed by this cool new kitchen tool!
Merry Christmas From Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen (Episode #135)
Merry Christmas from the Farmers!
Stuff your face full of cookies tonight as we visit with the granddaughters and make Grandma Solomon's famous Sugar Cookies and share some Christmas music from American Drive, Lauren Mink and The Moron Brothers!
Cowboy Cooking for Beginners and Salt Rox How-To (Episode #137)
It's time for some Cowboy Campfire Cooking… FOR BEGINNERS! Tim discusses the basics of getting your fire started, maintaining temperature, tools needed and how to heat a basic dutch oven. He even shows you TWO beginner recipes that you won't want to miss. Then it's back indoors where Tim introduces you to one of the coolest new cooking products out there… The Himalayan Salt Block.
92 Year Old Miss Helen Makes Fried Apple Pies, Plus Lois Makes Sauerkraut (Episode #139)
It's all about respecting your elders tonight and documenting traditions and recipes that have been passed down for generations. First it's off to Fleming County as we visit with Helen as she shows us her recipes for Fried Apple Pies. Her techniques are quite impressive and unique. Then it's off to Perryville to visit with Lois and Bobby Joe who show us just how easy it is to can your own sauerkraut!
Zucchini! Zucchini! Zucchini!
Buying Chickens at Tractor Supply
Looking to buy some chickens? Look no further than Tractor Supply and their CHICK DAYS. Tim tells you how easy it is to get started and all the things you need to raise your own chickens!
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Tim Farmer's Birthday Celebration
Smoke some ribs and a pork butt on the Big Green Egg with some great sides for Tim Farmer's BIRTHDAY CELBRATION! Visit the Red Mile for a quick appetizer recipe, and get a Big Green Egg How-To with Jason.
Julia Child's Roast Chicken
Roasting a chicken is so simple. Follow a recipe from Julia Child with a twist, whip up some scrumptious and easy Broccoli Cheese Casserole and even get your garden started with Tim as he plants some of his favorite vegetables and herbs. And don't forget about stocking up on those baby chickens!
Beer Cheese Bites and Meatball Sliders
Kathy from Howard's Creek Authentic Beer Cheese stops by to show us some of her favorite recipes; Weisenberger beer cheese bites and Italian beer cheese sliders. We also travel to Maysville to visit Chandler's on Main and to the Red Mile in Lexington.
Cowboy Campfire Cooking - Burgoo
Cook some Burgoo over the campfire on Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen's new Cowboy Campfire Cooking Series. Add a side of dutch oven jalapeño cornbread and some Ale-8-One apple dumplings and you have a full meal.
Tasty Rabbit Recipes
Baked Rabbit, Rabbit Jambalaya and Rabbit Ballentine and a visit to Kentucky Wine Country at Elk Creek Vineyards.
Making Butter the Old Fashioned Way
Makin' and shakin' butter the old fashioned way, venison cabbage rolls with Nicki, and secrets to the perfect cheesecake with Tim's daughter Rebekah.
Peanut Brittle and Fried Sweet Potatoes
Tim invites our Facebook winner to share some of her favorite recipes including simple peanut brittle and fried sweet potatoes. Throw in some jalapeño corn bread and some venison swiss steak and you'll have a complete meal!
Smoked Butt, Tater Salad and Chow Chow
Smoke a pork but on the Bigg Green Egg with Jason, learn how to make a quick and simple yet DELICIOUS "Botato" salad with Nicki, and use up all those leftover vegetables for some End of Garden Relish to use in just about every recipe!
Canning Venison, Stew and Cobbler
Tim teaches you how to warm up with some hearty Irish Lamb Stew, helps you out with the basics in Deer Canning 101 and finishes up desert with Sharon Duncan and her Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler.
Cookies, Big Green Egg and Lamb Chops
Hello and welcome to Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen! In our first ever episode you'll get a chance to meet Tim's granddaughters as they "bake" up a surprise, learn about the Amazing Egg, and even use it on Tim's famous pesto lamb chops recipe.
Pizza Oven and Rosemary Tilapia
Meet Jim Duncan and his amazing pizza oven, tell some jokes with the Moron Brothers, and catch one of Tim's delicious recipes for rosemary tilapia and balsamic rice.
Ale-8-One Chili and Pumpkin Pie
Learn how to make some scrumptious Ale-8-One Chili, pick some pumpkins with the grandkids to make Grandma's Famous Pumpkin Pie, and share a laugh with the Moron Brothers.
Burgers and Howard's Creek Beer Cheese
Tim visits The Bluebird in Stanford, Kentucky to learn about their famous burger, eats some tasty Howard's Creek Authentic Beer Cheese shrimp and grits and visits the Moron Brothers.
Fried Green Tomatoes, Steak and Tailgate
Tim visits Mermaid's in Danville, KY for some fried green tomatoes and delicious steak, goes tailgating at the University of Kentucky and hangs out with the Moron Brothers.
Seafood Festival, Crab Cakes and Mussels
Tim visits the Great Inland Seafood Festival in Newport, KY, makes his own crab cakes and cooks some delicious mussels on the Big Green Egg.
Good Shepherd Cheese and Ale-8-One Chicken
Tim visits the good folks at Good Shepherd Cheese and learns how sheep cheese is made, and makes a scrumptious
Canning Banana Peppers and Pork Loin
Learn how to can some sweet banana peppers to use in numerous recipes and taste the most delicious lemon pepper pork loin with true country sides.
Crab Dip, Salmon Pate and Steak
It's all about the appetizers. Munch on some hot crab dip, some salmon pate and enjoy the best steaks ever on the Big Green Egg.
Lamb Roast and Goat Meat
Roast up a leg of lamb and top it off with a rich red wine sauce, then head on over to Martin Meadow Farms to learn about goat meat.
Sauerkraut, Kielbasa and Breakfast Pie
Enjoy a new take on sauerkraut and kielbasa sausage with a twist, and whip up a hearty breakfast pie.
Christmas Show 2012
Celebrate Christmas with Tim Farmer and friends for a Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen Christmas! Special guests American Drive, Lauren Mink and the Moron Brothers stop by for some special songs, and Judy from Landmark Log Homes prepares a traditional Christmas meal that is simple but delicious!