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Pioneering From Farm to Table

Season 11 Episode 1106 | 26m 46s

Huerto Urbano, or “urban farm,” is solving the problem of diverse local ingredients and food deserts by developing a way to farm in harsh conditions and serving restaurants and families who want and can afford nutritious food. The owner’s husband also happens to be one of the pioneers of culinary innovation in Monterrey, having led the way to the city’s transformation and the owner of Pangea.

Aired: 09/14/22 | Expires: 09/14/24
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
Pati learns the basics of recados, handmade seasoning pastes that flavor Yucatecan foods.
In the town of Maní, Pati learns about something sacred to the Mayans - bees and honey.
Pati explores the vibrant streets of Yucatán’s capital, Mérida, in search of its flavors.
Pati tries different versions of Yucatán’s signature smoked meat Carne Ahumada in Temozón.
Pati visits Chef Wilson Alonzo in his hometown of Halachó to prepare Cochinita Pibil.
In Tekit, Pati meets a father and son who both chose to pursue their own path.
Pati experiences the legacy of Yucatán’s henequén industry and a famous egg dish in Motul.
Pati discovers Yucatán’s “league of their own” when she meets the Amazonas softball team.
Pati learns more about Mayan communities on a trip to a cenote with activist Zoila Cen.
Pati visits the pink lakes where Yucatán’s unique Las Coloradas salt is produced.
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Pati learns the basics of recados, handmade seasoning pastes that flavor Yucatecan foods.
In the town of Maní, Pati learns about something sacred to the Mayans - bees and honey.
Pati explores the vibrant streets of Yucatán’s capital, Mérida, in search of its flavors.
Pati tries different versions of Yucatán’s signature smoked meat Carne Ahumada in Temozón.
Pati visits Chef Wilson Alonzo in his hometown of Halachó to prepare Cochinita Pibil.
In Tekit, Pati meets a father and son who both chose to pursue their own path.
Pati experiences the legacy of Yucatán’s henequén industry and a famous egg dish in Motul.
Pati discovers Yucatán’s “league of their own” when she meets the Amazonas softball team.
Pati learns more about Mayan communities on a trip to a cenote with activist Zoila Cen.
Pati visits the pink lakes where Yucatán’s unique Las Coloradas salt is produced.