A Taste of History

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  • 2009
  • 12 Seasons
  • 8.9  (50)

Presidential homes and various historical locations are the backdrop locations for A Taste of Honey, which provides viewers with 18th century recipes, guided by host Chef Walter Staib. Each episode takes viewers to various historic places such as Thomas Jefferson

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Colonial Cuisine & Historic Hospitality
10. Colonial Cuisine & Historic Hospitality
October 1, 2022
Chef Walter Staib returns to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, to explore the Moravian garden and 18th-century kitchen house of Burnside Plantation. He also learns how the famed hospitality of the Moravians has continued to the modern-day while cooking recipes at the Historic Hotel Bethlehem. Recipes include 'to fry beets' and rack of venison.
Protection on the Prairie
9. Protection on the Prairie
October 1, 2022
Fort Larned was established in 1859 on the western Kansas prairie to protect U.S. mail and trade along the bustling Santa Fe Trail. Chef Walter Staib explores the living history of this well-preserved frontier fort and prepares authentic recipes with the soldiers. Recipes include mashed peas with salted pork and peach pie.
Maryland Wine
8. Maryland Wine
October 1, 2022
Wine production on the eastern shore of Maryland dates back to the early 1700s. Chef Walter Staib joins an old friend on a Maryland vineyard to create a spectacular wine-pairing menu with recipes that include an oyster salad with Vidal Blanc and oxtail stew with merlot.
Bustling Bent's Fort
7. Bustling Bent's Fort
October 1, 2022
Bent's Old Fort, in present-day Colorado, was once a bustling trading post for a diverse mix of travelers and indigenous tribes along the Santa Fe Trail. Chef Staib discovers what life was like in the 1800s at this beautifully reconstructed adobe fort and cooks authentic recipes, including beef tongue and fried cactus.
The Great Smoky Mountains
6. The Great Smoky Mountains
October 1, 2022
European pioneers settled in the Smokies in the late 1700s, and the mountain culture they established has continued to the modern-day. Chef Walter Staib meets with the indigenous Cherokee Nation and prepares a few generational dishes over an open hearth. Recipes include blueberry cobbler and grilled pork tenderloin.
The French Castle on the Lake
5. The French Castle on the Lake
October 1, 2022
Old Fort Niagara was once a pivotal stronghold for France, Britain, and America for centuries and was coveted as the gateway to the western frontier via the Great Lakes. Chef Walter Staib prepares 18th-century cuisine in the boulangerie of this historic French Castle on the Lake. Recipes include pea soup, salted cod, and bacon fraise.
From Forest to Table
4. From Forest to Table
October 1, 2022
The Ozark Mountains have provided indigenous tribes and early settlers with nutrition to thrive off the land for centuries. Chef Walter Staib meets with a few modern foragers who reuse the Ozarks' sustainable ingredients and natural resources to better their health and community. Recipes include acorn financier, pecan croquettes, and bitter green Panisse.
Revolutionary Cattle Drive
3. Revolutionary Cattle Drive
October 1, 2022
Chef Walter Staib visits Southern Texas to learn the fascinating story of how Texas beef played a pivotal role in the outcome of the American Revolution. Along the way, he meets some modern cowboys to discover the origins of this American legend and cook recipes fit for a life on the open range. Recipes include cowboy stew, berry cobbler, and cabrito.
A Gathering on the Gulf
2. A Gathering on the Gulf
October 1, 2022
Chef Walter Staib travels to Pensacola, Florida, to learn of the centuries-long struggle to control this strategic region in the Gulf. Chef Staib teams up with three revered chefs to cook some local favorites over an open hearth. Recipes include pan-seared Pensacola red snapper, Spanish-style paella, and more.
Copper Country
1. Copper Country
October 1, 2022
Michigan's Upper Peninsula was once the bustling center of the mining world during the late 1800s copper boom. Chef Walter Staib meets with an old friend to discover the roots of a "Yooper" and learn some regional recipes like a planked-style Lake Superior whitefish.
Description

Presidential homes and various historical locations are the backdrop locations for A Taste of Honey, which provides viewers with 18th century recipes, guided by host Chef Walter Staib. Each episode takes viewers to various historic places such as Thomas Jefferson

A Taste of History is a series that is currently running and has 12 seasons (145 episodes). The series first aired on February 15, 2009.

Where to Watch A Taste of History

A Taste of History is available for streaming on the Janson Media website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch A Taste of History on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hoopla, Tubi TV and Pluto TV.

  • Premiere Date
    February 15, 2009
  • IMDB Rating
    8.9  (50)