For Episode 6, we went to the St. John Valley, where among many other things, we shot guns with a local badass, got [lovingly] made fun of for being from the big city, danced the night away with some cougars, and lost Joel. Yes, we lost Joel.
Many thanks to our generous sponsors: Might + Main, Ferdinand, Po' Boys & Pickles, Pai Men Miyake, East End Cupcakes, Maine Brewing Supply, Vignola, GEIPC and Longstocking Design.
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Food Coma TV, based on Joe Ricchio's exceedingly popular blog Portland Food Coma, is a series of short films that will report on the oft-overlooked food culture of Maine that exists outside of Portland's city limits.
FOOD COMA TV: St. John Valley
Host: Joe Ricchio
Co-Host: Joel Beauchamp
Guest Star: Erin Dow and John Dietz
Director: Kurt Graser
Producer: Alex Steed
Photography: Kurt Graser, Thomas Starkey, Zack Bown
Music: Mechanisma, Somerville Symphony Orkestar, Travis Cyr, Talking to Walls, Sunset Hearts, DJ Papercut, Beatnik Jr, The Rattlesnakes
Design: Beth Taylor / Longstocking Design
Erin Dow for keeping it real.
Lynn Lajoie for hosting us.
The Northern Door Inn for housing us.
That marine who gave us a ride home from that random house party that's the last thing Joel can remember.
Fate for somehow keeping Joel alive.
Rocks for the amazing platte of poutine.
The ever-lovely Bouchard Family.
Everyone in the Valley for putting up with us.
Chase Joe Jackson for being a total fucking badass.