Nancy Gould’s food service course is one of the most popular within the North Carolina State Prison system, but will her class be able to pull off a fine dinning experience for 60 volunteer patrons behind the gates of Orange Correctional Center? The five-month course is administered by Piedmont Community College and graduating inmates earn 16 credits toward a degree if they can stand the heat.
Director, Camera One | D.L. Anderson
Audio Production, Camera Two | Mikel Barton
Editor | Brooke Darrah Shuman
Music | Ready Singers
Thank You | North Carolina Department of Correction, Piedmont Community College, Nancy Gould, Nancie McDermont, Southern Foodways Alliance, INDY Week and all of the inmates and staff of Orange Correctional Center for your cooperation and support.
Though coffee is one of the world’s largest traded commodity, we rarely taste the wide range of flavors and aromas contained in a cup. Once a week Counter Culture Coffee, a direct trade roaster based in Durham, North Carolina, provides a free cupping, or tasting, to help every-day drinkers awaken their senses and explore the wildly diverse taste of coffee harvested by carefully sourced growers from around the world. This film follows Kyle Brouhard, a visually-impaired coffee aficionado, as he journeys through a world of sensations elicited with each sniff, slurp and sip.
Featuring: Kyle Brouhard, Mark Overbay, Kim Elena Bullock
Joe lived next to Julia and Johnny for years and barely knew the couple — but he always smelled delicious ginger and garlic creations coming from their window. One day he knocked on their door to ask for a Chinese cooking lessons. His love of Chinese food turned out to have a longer history than he knew.