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Hooks, Lies & Alibis with Chef John Folse -  110 Garfish/Caviar DVD - $25.00

Episode 110 - Garfish/Caviar - Bayou Dularge, LA
In this episode, John travel to south Louisiana and visits the Houma Native American Nation, and learns about the Houma’s fishing culture and techniques for making Alligator Gar Tasso. John is then joined by Rick Tramanto from Café Revolution and cooks Coushatta Garfish Stew. John Burke from Cajun Caviar tells John how caviar is farmed using local fish, and Rick Tramanto creates a caviar staircase to show off this tasty treat. And everyone salutes the end of the day with the perfect Salty Dog.

Hooks, Lies & Alibis with Chef John Folse -  109 Fishing Tournaments DVD - $25.00

Episode 109 - Fishing Tournaments - Grand Isle, LA
In this episode, John joins the fun at the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo. Saltwater fishing tournaments are a summer tradition, and the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo is the oldest fishing championship in the country. John interviews Ricky Templet with the rodeo and then the pair prepare a Pan-roasted Grouper with Caribbean Sofrito. Afterwards, Captain Theo Bourgeois drops by to visit John on his deck at White Oak Landing and grill up a delicious deep water favorite, amberjack. After grilling, John and Captain Theo demonstrate the proper technique for smoking King Mackerel. And finally, the pair end the day with a little bit of “The Hair of the Dog”.

Hooks, Lies & Alibis with Chef John Folse -  108 Coastal Erosion DVD - $25.00

Episode 108 - Coastal Erosion - Louisiana Coast
In this episode, John gets a first-hand look at the size and scope of Louisiana’s coastal erosion problem. Louisiana has 40% of our nation’s wetlands and each year experiences the loss of land equal to the size of Rhode Island. John celebrates the coastal bounty by making Sauteed Speckled Trout with a spicy Garlic &Orange Vinaigrette with saltwater fishing champion, Tommy Vidrine. Then, John cooks a dried shrimp potato stew with Bobby Collins. Finally, John, Bobby and Sister Marie Dulce make a dried shrimp encrusted red snapper. And the trio top off the day with a favorite south Louisiana drink, the famous Hurricane.

Hooks, Lies & Alibis with Chef John Folse -  107 Saltwater Fishing - Gulf of Mexico DVD - $25.00

Episode 107 - Saltwater Fishing - Gulf of Mexico
In this episode, John encounters the endless varieties of fish offered up in the Gulf of Mexico… from fishing along the coast for speckled trout, mango and redfish to fishing the deep water for red snapper, amberjack and tuna… the Gulf of Mexico has it all. John hooks up with champion fisherman Tommy Vidrine for some expert advice. Then John and the Mayor of Grand Isle, Davis Camardelle, grill beautiful tuna steaks with a tangy garlic sauce. And back at the dock at White Oaks, John cooks with Captain Sammy Faulk from Cameron Parish to make homemade tuna fish that the fresh fish has been marinated in olive oil. The duo makes a mouth-watering Cippino using fresh seafood and toast the end of the day with the infamous drink the Tidal Wave.

Lost Louisiana: Endangered Sites - $25

Charlie Whinham travels throughout the state to visit six of the state’s endangered historical sites on the 14th edition of the series. Stops include a visit to the Geodesic Dome created by Buckminster Fuller for the Union Tank Car Company north of Baton Rouge and the historic Capitol House and Heidelberg Hotels in downtown Baton Rouge. In Vacherie, we visit Laura Plantation, which was damaged by fire in 2004. Then on to Lafayette to visit Holy Rosary Institute, a Catholic school founded in 1913 to educate African-American children. It closed in 1993. In Reserve, we stop by the Reserve-Godchaux Plantation House that was built in the early 19th Century and was owned in the 1820s by freemen of color. The final stop is the Old Baskin High School in Franklin Parish, which was built in 1925.

Lost Louisiana: Places of Worship - $25

Five historic churches in Louisiana are spotlighted. Included: Grace Episcopal Church in St. Francisville; Madonna Chapel in Bayou Goula; St. Joseph's Co-Cathedral in Thibodaux; Summer Grove Baptist Church in Shreveport; and Touro Synagogue in New Orleans.

Lost Louisiana: What’s In A Name? V - $25

This time Charlie visits the self-proclaimed "Frog Capital of the World" in Rayne and the tiny Sabine Parish village of Fisher (population 268 in the 2000 Census). He also answers the questions: Why would a town be named Cutoff and who is this man named Many and why did they name the town after him? Did you also know that Donaldsonville is not the original name of the parish seat in Ascension Parish? HD.

Lost Louisiana: What’s In A Name? IV - $25

Have you wondered how a town gets named Plain Dealing? When did the city of Thibodaux lose the “e” from its name? Was the town of Eunice named after a person? Charlie and the Lost Louisiana crew also head to Bogalusa and Opelousas to find out the origin of the town’s names. Charlie talks to local historians and long time residents to get the full story about the towns and cities. HD.

Lost Louisiana: What’s In A Name? III - $25

How does a town end up being named Mowatta? Why would you call your town Start? Charlie Whinham and the award-winning Lost Louisiana team hit the road again to find out. Visit Avery Island, Breaux Bridge and Turkey Creek to find out the origin of those town's names. Whinham will interview local historians and longtime residents to find out how the towns were named and the significance of those names.

Lost Louisiana: What’s In A Name? II - $25

One look at a map of Louisiana, and you will see a number of towns with some unusual names. If names like Bunkie, Dry Prong, Tickfaw or Zwolle pique your curiosity, you’re not alone. Lost Louisiana host Charlie Whinham wonders how some of these towns and communities got their names. In this program, visit Natchitoches, New Roads, Iowa, Abita Springs and Mount Lebanon to find out firsthand how these towns got their names.

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