Food Tech

  • 2009
  • TV Show
  • TV-PG

A series examining the history and technology behind favorite foods and meals.

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Beer Me
At the Budweiser factory in St. Louis, the age-old beer making process has been mechanized and perfected to create your favorite ballgame refreshment.
Cracker Jack
03:19 — This caramel-coated popcorn snack has made its mark on America's pastime.
Boston Lobster
05:04 — Once called the "poor man's chicken," lobster is now one of the most expensive items on the menu. Some of the country's finest lobster can be sampled (more…)
Refried Beans
They are only cooked once and never actually fried, so where does this dish get its name?
Keg ER
02:52 — Beer kegs get some tough treatment, but companies like Tosca Limited makes repairs to keep the brew flowing.
Hops Yard
02:58 — The distinctive bitter flavor in beer comes from hops, and the Yakima Valley supplies over 75 percent of all hops to brewers around the country.
Tequila
In the highlands of Mexico, the world's finest tequilas are made using ancient and modern techniques.
Hot Dog Tech
Ever wonder how your favorite ballgame hotdog is made? Take a tour of the Cloverdale meat factory in Mandan, North Dakota to find out.

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  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: A series examining the history and technology behind favorite foods and meals. (more)

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