"Kentucky Afield" TV goes in search of a Kentucky delicacy,


Mar 11, 2001
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"Kentucky Afield" TV goes in search of a Kentucky delicacy, this weekend


Frankfort, Kentucky - Frog gigging leaps to the top of the list for summer fun this weekend, June 14 and 15, on "Kentucky Afield" television.

Ken Mozingo and Clay Wills take Host Tim Farmer in search of one of nature's most delicious fares: frog legs. Join us for a trip to some Clark County farm ponds for the nighttime hunt.

In Louisville, Dr. Madeleine Burnside, executive director of the Frazier International History Museum, gives Farmer a journey through time and toil. Seeing our past through the lens of firearms and weaponry, we find Kentucky and Daniel Boone have left their mark.

Lastly, we head to the Ohio River for catfishing.
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