SONOMA COUNTY, Calif., March 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- After a triumphant inaugural season that earned worldwide praise from everyday foodies to gastronomic experts, Spoiled to Perfection announced that season two has launched with an exciting new format and fresh new talent.
Starting this season, each episode of the unique web video series that unlocks the magic behind the art of culinary alchemy in Sonoma County, CA, will feature four educational and fun segments: Fermentation Road, Spoiler Alert, Spoiled Kitchen, and Fermented Science.
In Fermentation Road, viewers go behind-the-scenes to visit the people and places that make Sonoma County, CA unique. In the latest episode, host Garrett Martin heads to HenHouse Brewing Company in Santa Rosa to learn about the brewery's legendary Big Chicken beer: an American Double Imperial IPA-style brew heralded as a "massive monument to freshness."
In Spoiler Alert, Sonoma County natives and fermented food and beverage enthusiasts Emily Somple and Brian Cary cover the latest news, trends and fun facts about fermentation and food preservation. In the latest episode, the anchors explore homemade salad dressings vs. supermarket offerings.
In Spoiled Kitchen, food stylist, chef and home fermenter Joanna Badano invites viewers into her home as she prepares unique recipes featuring fermented foods. In the latest episode, Joanna cooks up a batch of homemade waffles with kefir and sourdough.
In the animated series Fermented Science, bacteria advocate and fermentation/pickling instructor Jennifer Harris explores the science behind food alchemy. In the latest episode, Jennifer explains why eating a balanced diet of fresh, cooked and fermented foods is good for health.
All segments are available on the series' website, which also features additional background information, cast and crew profiles, photos, recipes, outtakes and bloopers.
Behind the camera, returning from season one are Shoot Blue Productions (production support for Fermentation Road and Fermented Science), Alan Campbell (shooting, producing and editing Spoiler Alert and Spoiled Kitchen), and Steve Rustad (production and direction for all segments).
Spoiled to Perfection is sponsored by Bubbies, makers of the most popular naturally-fermented Kosher Dill Pickles and Sauerkraut: http://bubbies.com.
For more information on Spoiled to Perfection, including interview requests and media inquiries, contact Stephen Rustad at (707) 664-5056, email@example.com, or via the Spoiled to Perfection website.
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