Growing up in a small Pennsylvania town (Easton), I had my share of mom’s home cooking early on. My love of the traditional “home-cooked meal” has carried through to adulthood and is now part of my latest endeavor, Riehl Food.
More than just another cooking show, Riehl Food takes a close and personal look inside the kitchens of America along with an intimate look at the families and faces behind the food.
Welcome to the kitchens of 2013.
From the mom in East L.A. who’s been cooking tamales for the past 50 years on her vintage 1960’s electric stove, to the family in Idaho who farms and cooks everything that’s served on their kitchen table, Riehl Food is a cinematic journey through the lives and traditions that influence this great country and the food we eat. It’s a travel log that is defined by American cooking in all its interpretations.
Thanks for going along for the ride. Welcome home.