Taylor Hicks Discovers Delectable Iowa Dishes



WHO:       Iowa Food Experts

WHAT:     “State Plate”

WHEN:     Friday, September 15th at 7:00PM CT

WHERE:   INSP - available on Comcast channel 264; DirecTV channel 364; Dish channel 259



Taylor Hicks is on the road again as the 2nd season of the award-winning original series, “State Plate” returns to INSP in August. This season kicks off with Taylor exploring the great foods of the Hawkeye State, Iowa.


In “State Plate,” entertainer and restaurateur Taylor Hicks, tastes his way across the U.S. on a quest to assemble plates that represent each state’s most historic, famous, and tastiest foods.


Watch the Iowa episode of “State Plate” Friday, September 15th at 7:00PM CT on INSP.  Or, audiences can DVR for viewing convenience.    



Episode Description: Entertainer Taylor Hicks tastes his way across Iowa on a quest to assemble a plate of the state’s most iconic foods. First, he learns the art of hog calling from a ten-time champion and mixes up a batch of ham balls. Next, he helps prep award-winning pork tenderloin sandwiches with unique, tiny buns. He uses local corn and soy crops to stir up some succotash. Then, he gets a taste of the sour main ingredient of a classic rhubarb pie. It’s a heaping helping of Iowa cuisine filled with the stories and legends behind the Hawkeye State’s most delicious foods.


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  • Occurred Friday, September 15th, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm


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