Gifted Belfast videographer Jeremy Grant introduces us to pro foragers, John and his father Daryl. They'll take us fiddleheadin' in an undisclosed location. Then after they clean 'em up, we can see how the various dishes turn out at a local restaurant. This is bona fide Maine farm to table in action right here.
If you are as big a fan of the show as we are, you must be wicked hungry for the new season. Word is, that'll start in January. The Maine Cabin Masters released a couple of very cool things for fans this week and we wanted to make sure you saw them.
It's called BIM (short for Believe In Me) and they are doing marketing work to help companies stand out with videos starring furry colorful creatures with ping pong ball eyes. Their next adventure is a film that they hope will get attention from Hollywood.