Every year at the holidays we like to take a look back and celebrate the videos we are most proud of. So while you're enjoying time away or spending time with family or sitting at your desk avoiding some work, take bit of time and catch up on the best Potluck had to offer this year. We had a lot of fun reminiscing:
We went to Maine and got to see lobster from its start in the ocean to the processing facility, to its end in your roll.
Money might not grow on trees but your coffee certainly does- we went all the way to Armenia, Colombia to follow its path from bean to cup.
Few people make you feel as comfortable in the kitchen at The New York Times' Melissa Clark. We chatted about her new book and kitchen tools.
Rao's is one of New York's most renowned historic Italian restaurants. We got a look inside at how they make their most classic sauce
Is any chef more knowledgeable and delightful than Samin Nosrat? We sat down to chat about her book Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat.
Scott Conant makes everything look easy, but he sat us down and dispelled some myths about making risotto. It was a blast start to finish.
Our series The Dish delves into the emotion and inspiration behind a restaurant's signature dish. We loved this one from Atoboy.
We went to France to delve into the process of making shelf-stable yogurt - a fascinating and shockingly chemical-free endeavor.
Our 5 Questions series gets some of our favorites of the food world in the hot seat. We had a lot of fun with this one featuring Bobby Flay.
Puglia is one of Italy's most underrated regions, and its wine is no different. We went on a journey to understand this seaside countryside.