P. Allen Smith packs his bags hits the open road for a more local approach to travel in North Carolina, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Arkansas.
What's better than a nice juicy summer berry? Allen talks about blackberry planting, and shows us how to put together a blueberry container. We also visit some blueberry farmers in Oregon. And Allen shares tips on freezing berries.
P. Allen Smith visits the one-of-a kind mountain town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Art, food and natural scenery abound as we unwrap this hidden treasure.
P. Allen Smith highlights some of his favorite gardening segments in this blast from the past.
Making the most out of your space doesn't just apply to what's in your house. P. Allen Smith shows you how to take advantage of your great outdoors without breaking the bank.
Sharing is caring, so join P. Allen Smith as he visits with some of the movers and shakers making a real difference in their communities.
Getting your family to eat and live healthy may seem like an enormous challenge, but as P. Allen Smith demonstrates, it can be easy and fun when everyone is on board.
The concept of living local has become very popular in recent years, hearkening back to pre-industrial times. Let P. Allen Smith show you the power this movement has and where it may lead us.
In this episode, Allen discusses the importance of buying locally in your community or growing your own. He shares tips on planting gourds and when to harvest garlic. Plus, instead of using an artificial tree, we talk to an expert about buying from a local Christmas Tree Farm. Allen also heads to Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, to talk about the massive vegetable garden and he also visits a garden in Chicago that was planted for the community to enjoy.
Join P. Allen Smith as he joins a diverse group of families to share cultures, kitchen tips and of course, food. Take a culinary journey around the world without having to leave your couch.
You don't have to leave home to relax and take a break from life. P. Allen Smith will show you how to incorporate the vacation style and mindset into your everyday.
Allen Smith breaks down the basics of homesteading for beginners. From kitchen to bath, the experts have you covered for your journey to being self-sufficient.
P. Allen Smith explores the food and fellowship of one of America's oldest cities, Charleston, South Carolina; a true Southern gem.
P. Allen Smith explores the many uses of oils - from the basic to the exotic.
P. Allen Smith asks, how many kids does it take to host a show? Find out as Allen lets the little ones take over for the day.
P. Allen Smith's unique and clever take on turning trash into treasure. Plus, how to get the most out of your weekly grocery budget.
P. Allen Smith gets down and Dutch at the annual Tulip Time Festival in scenic Holland, Michigan.
P. Allen Smith highlights great performers in the garden and home that go above and beyond the call of duty.
Join P. Allen Smith for a trip down memory lane as he revisits his favorite cooking segments from seasons past.
P. Allen Smith explores a place unlike any other, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and visits a unique restoration project involving a rare house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
P. Allen Smith meets bugs where they live. Find out how to deal with the good, the bad and the ugly around your home and garden.
The question P. Allen Smith gets asked most during his travels is "Do you actually live on Moss Mountain Farm?" Well ask no more because this episode aims to put that question to rest. Allen invites us into his home and shows us some of his favorite areas of the farm. He also answers the 2nd most asked question... "Where can I get your Buttermilk Pecan Pie recipe?" If you've watched the Garden Home Retreat being built, then you'll love this episode showing off the gardens and house.
Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something. That's the theme of this episode. Watch as P. Allen Smith talks to people making a difference in their communities and also the world. From growing food for the homeless, teaching kids in the garden, composting, to creating new organic plant varieties. Watch "Making a Difference" and maybe you will be inspired to make a difference too.