Certified Angus Beef to Be Featured on Travel Channel Monday NightFri, 29 Nov 2013 07:26:07 CST
World-traveling food connoisseur Andrew Zimmern visited Wooster, Ohio, this past summer filming an episode of his hit show Bizarre Foods America. Spotlighting the cuisine and agriculture of Cleveland and surrounding Northeast Ohio, the episode debut will be Monday, Dec. 2 at 9 p.m. EST.
Zimmern, also a chef and award-winning food journalist, visited the Certified Angus Beef ® brand’s Education & Culinary Center to get the dish on beef from meat scientist Dr. Phil Bass. Zimmern witnessed the dry-aging process, discovered lesser known beef cuts and tested some essential meat science tools. (Dr. Bass is seen here during an educational session with Ag Media in 2012)
Among the other Northeast Ohio locations visited by Bizarre Foods America were Cleveland’s Greenhouse Tavern, a Certified Angus Beef ® brand partner, and the Atterholt family’s Angus farm in Jeromesville, Ohio.
Zimmern’s premium beef experiences – from gate to plate – will run during his show:
During the show as it airs live on the Travel Channel on Monday night, the Certified Angus Beef social media team will be hosting online a live Twitter chat and on Facebook- a virtual viewing party.
Follow @CertAngusBeef and hashtags #CAB101 and #bizarreCLE. Visit the Certified Angus Beef ® brand’s Facebook page that evening to follow along and enter to win a steak package. Local viewers are invited to attend a live “Bizarre BBQ and TweetUp,” hosted by Noodlecat during the show.
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