A unique food gaining the attention of professional chefs and home cooks alike has its origin right here in Indiana. On this episode, we learn how Dr. Torbert Rocheford's original mission to improve diets in underdeveloped countries lead to a new specialty food product here in the U.S.--Professor Torbert's Orange Corn Grits. Host Susan Mintert talks with the professor and his son Evan about the orange corn story, and with Torbert's wife Katie who shares recipes and interesting uses for the orange corn grits.
Recipes, pictures, and more are on the blog, indianahomecooks.com.
IHC music is by The Underscore Orkestra and Slainte at The Free Music Archive. Closing theme is by Leon Mercer.
The Indiana State Fair
Vegetable Tian BONUS TRACK
Sandy Beach BBQ Company
Italian Pot Roast--BONUS TRACK
Indiana Food Artisans 2019
Time for Indiana Wines
Cincinnati-Style Chili BONUS TRACK
Celebrating Holiday Foods
Caramel Corn BONUS TRACK
The Brewer's Craft
BONUS--Fluffy Yeast Rolls For Thanksgiving
Eddie Joe's Icehouse
BONUS--Italian Sausage & Lentil Soup
Home Cooks Improv
Paleo and Not So Paleo
Trip to the Sunflower State
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