This primetime show follows passionate foodie and anthropologist Jeff Corwin as he explores human culture through regional cuisine in countries like Thailand, Mexico, Greece and Peru. A culinary quest with countless surprises for the host and the viewers. Due to the spontaneous nature of exploring a foreign culture via cuisine, Sticks & Stones functioned in an adapt-and-shoot mode. Sticks & Stones did whatever it took to document the show’s exploits; this included, among others, boating, SCUBA diving, repelling, hiking and 4x4-ing.
Host Jeff Corwin suits up to try harvesting and eating gooseneck barnacles, a favorite Spanish delicacy and highly prized around the world. Two-operator shoot with Sony's 900R and EX3 cameras.
A big repel into a cave to capture freshwater eels on the north island of New Zealand. Host Jeff Corwin harnesses up and drops into a deep cave for some fishing Mauri style. Two-operator shoot with Sony's 900R and EX3 cameras.
The time-consuming process of harvesting salt from the Maras salt mines of Peru. Host Jeff Corwin takes part in just a few of the steps it takes to create salt for tables around the world. Two-operator shoot with Sony's 900R and EX3 cameras.
The show opening, designed to capture the texture and feel of Morocco and life in this North African country. Two-operator shoot with Sony's 900R and EX3 cameras.