Whadda ya know, we’re not just Pork Roll, Egg and Cheese and Disco Fries here in New Jersey. “Good Food America with Nathan Lyon” on Veria Living featured Asbury Park’s own Pop’s Garage this past Saturday. The series takes viewers on a culinary adventure in search of the healthiest places to eat across America. (See the clip below.) In each episode, Chef Nathan Lyon travels the country exploring restaurants and sharing the secrets of the signature dishes that keep health-conscious foodies coming back for more. The series will make stops in California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.
This Saturday, August 25th at 9pm ET, Nathan will take a look inside Eno Terra in Kingston, New Jersey where the philosophy is “Eat Locally, Drink Globally.” He will take a visit to the restaurant’s local purveyor, Double Brook Farm where they raise a heritage breed of pork called Ossabaw hog.
“No one knows good, healthy food like Chef Nathan Lyon,” explains Elizabeth Browde, Vice President, Programming, Veria Living. “As a leader in the sustainable and seasonal eating revolution, Nathan’s passion and enthusiasm for nutritious and delicious eating options is infectious and is sure to inspire audiences everywhere.”
On Saturday, September 9 at 9pm ET, Chef Nathan Lyon travels back to Asbury Park for some high quality, organic ingredients at Twisted Tree Café. Serving as their own purveyor, they will bake some of their vegan, breads and pastries right in shop with some help from Nathan. (pictured top)
Nathan Lyon is a classically trained chef with a degree in Health Science. He is best known to television audiences for his simple, innovative cuisine featuring fresh, seasonal, local ingredients. Chef and co-host of PBS’ Growing A Greener World, Chef Lyon was the creator and host of A Lyon in the Kitchen and among the final four on the second season of The Next Food Network Star. He recently released his first cookbook, Great Food Starts Fresh (www.chefnathanlyon.com).