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See how people used to eat before there were fast food restaurants. Families harvested food from gardens, and they ate from the land instead of relying on processed foods at grocery stores. It's a show that reflects on the simplicity that was once life.The Farm is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on December 30, 2013.

The Farm is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Farm on demand atAmazon Prime, Amazon online.

1 Season, 13 Episodes
December 30, 2013
Documentary & Biography, Food
Cast: Charlene Tilton, Jeff Brazier, Emma Noble, Rebecca Loos, Lady Victoria Hervey
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The Farm Full Episode Guide

  • America has always had a love affair with steak. In this episode, Ian will show you the secrets to making a steak that rivals the most famous steakhouses. He'll show you the right cuts of beef to use and most importantly, how to dry age it at home.

  • Fresh herbs brighten up the flavor of anything. Learn how easy it is to grow your own herbs at home. Then, Ian shows you how versatile herbs can be and which herbs work best with which foods.

  • Ian takes a trip to visit Iron Chef Jose Garces on his farm and learns his twist on preparing nachos. After being inspired, Ian returns home to make his version of a Potato Nacho to go along with his Brick Chicken, cooked over an open fire pit.

  • In this episode, Ian shows you how to make your own bacon without the use of dangerous nitrites or chemicals. Then, he shows you how to make his favorite sandwich, the BLT, accompanied with a cold beer he brewed himself.

  • The egg is one of the most versatile ingredients in the kitchen. Learn how to raise your own chickens & make everything from a breakfast of perfect fried eggs on a Croque to a dinner of Fresh Pasta Carbonara and even a Strawberry-Rum Sabayon for dessert.

  • When asked what Ian's family & friends who serve overseas miss the most, the answer is always the food. Hear touching stories about communicating overseas through food and make all-American picnic favorites -from Cheddar-Stuffed Burgers to Fried Chicken.

  • Every year Ian and his family host a pig roast on The Farm. Learn about heritage and sustainable farming, as well as how to roast a whole pig and make delicious crowd-pleasers like the Big Phil's Mac 'n' Cheese and Erin's Piggy Cupcakes.

  • Veggies aren't just for the summer. In this episode, Ian weaves late season vegetables into a super-satisfying vegetarian meal featuring Winter Squash Stew, Kale Chips, Wheat Berry Salad and Sweet Potato Pie.

  • Want to know the easiest way to support your local farmer? Ian meets with a CSA farmer who grows amazing produce. Every dish in this episode comes straight from the garden.

  • Love pizza? Learn how to make it from scratch! In this episode, Ian teaches you how to milk a cow, make fresh ricotta and mozzarella, and craft those cheeses into a full meal featuring Ricotta Pizza and Cocoa Yogurt Cake.

  • For all the beer lovers out there, ever think about making your own? Ian learns how from a brewing expert, then takes some home to cook an all-beer dinner featuring his Fresh Hop Pasta.

  • Bees are among the most important members of the farm. Learn how to keep your own, harvest honey and cook a honey feast including Chipotle-Honey Glazed Ribs and Honey Cake.

  • Welcome to the most compelling food show on TV. Ian Knauer lives on the family farm in Pennsylvania. He's leading the farm-to-table revolution. If he can raise it, grow it, catch it or shoot it...the family will prep and eat it. Seriously delicious feast!