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Monthly program about restaurants and food events, news and people in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest

Monthly program about restaurants and food events, news and people in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest

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Seattle, WA

Description:

Monthly program about restaurants and food events, news and people in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest

Language:

English


Episodes

#2105 – May 2021, Willamette to the coast

5/1/2021
Tom and Connie have just returned from a culinary junket through the Willamette Valley and along the Oregon Coast. They’ll share the good and the not so good to help you plan your next trip to Oregon. Some shuttered eateries in Seattle are opening back up, a resort in the San Juans is up for sale and a Ballard Tex-Mex favorite has a new home. All this and more lies just ahead.

Duration:01:13:16

#2104 – April 2021, Calabrian Chips

4/1/2021
Our guest this month is FareStart CEO, Angela Dunleavy who talks about how they reshaped their mission during the pandemic. Connie and Tom have been getting out and dining a bit, while cooking up some pretty tasty meals at home which they share. There’s a labor shortage in the restaurant business – how long will that continue? Lots of Easter happenings and more on this months’ show.

Duration:01:07:42

#2103 – March 2021, Everything is drinkable

3/1/2021
Our guest this month is Shubert Ho of Feed Me Hospitality in Edmonds. We’re discussing buying meal kits and produce online, changes at local restaurants, and believe it or not – there’s a full calendar segment this month as restaurants get creative with online events.

Duration:01:11:28

#2102 – February 2021, Dessert in the Yurt

2/1/2021
Our guest on this month’s show is wine ambassador Sally James discussing Australia’s wine regions. Crazy things are happening as we scroll through the Newsbytes as we cover the latest openings, closures and pop-ups. We’ve got tips about how to try a new cooking technique on the cheap and how to scope out your next dining experience as things begin to open up again. That and more coming your way.

Duration:01:14:01

#2101 – January 2021, Take out the trash

1/1/2021
There’s light at the end of the tunnel as we begin to look forward to the future of dining. This month we’re discussing what the dining scene will look like in the months ahead. In the meantime, there’s outdoor dining we know about, virtual tastings and we’ve got plenty of recipes we’ve been testing and posting.

Duration:00:58:10

#2012 – December 2020, Salad on a sandwich board

12/1/2020
We’ve got the latest news on restaurant closures, but we’ll cheer you up with some ideas to make at home and healthy ways to do it. Our seasonal gift guide is focused on enhancing the chef you adore by improving the kitchen tools available.

Duration:01:00:15

#2011 - November 2020, Homemade Maple Bacon

11/1/2020
Our guest this month is Amanda Reed from Charlotte Restaurant and Lounge in downtown Seattle. We’ve been out and about this month from Port Ludlow to the northwest and Tri-Cities to the southeast and we’ve got a full report. But ya, we’ll share all the good stuff we’ve been cooking at home too and help you to prep for the holidays.

Duration:01:19:22

#2010 - October 2020, What Goes Around

10/1/2020
Cherelle Ashby, GM for Bothell’s Revolve Food and Wine joins us to talk about how to celebrate fall during the pandemic. Tom and Connie discuss how we are ‘guided’ in grocery stores. The Newsbytes portion is rockin and rollin with changes and we’ve got tips you can use for cooking at home. All that and more on this month’s show.

Duration:01:08:52

#2009 - September 2020, Danny the Flip-Flopper

8/31/2020
Angela Shen with Savor Seattle joins us this month to talk about the 180 her company has made during the pandemic. Danny Meyer is walking back his call for no tipping. We’ve been checking out new restaurants and doing some tasty cooking at home too.

Duration:01:08:27

#2008 - August 2020, Stone Fruit in August

8/1/2020
This month’s special guest is Tiffany Hitt, Special Events Manager at the Pike Place Market Foundation. We’re talking about how the organization is navigating through the pandemic and then we get into details about the upcoming virtual Cooking with Class fund raising event in September. We’ve got great tips for dining outdoors and meal ideas to try at home.

Duration:01:16:11

#2007 - July 2020, Kitchen Fire Edition

7/1/2020
Debe Franz of A Bit of Taste/Queen Anne Olive Oil joins us todays to discuss the virtues of good olive oil and what changes have been happening at her store. Tom and Connie have begun to slowly venture out to eat and they’ll tell you their experiences along the way. We bid farewell to a Seattle icon and a long-time cooking school. Home cooking has grooved into summer meals and we’ll share a few of our winners from the test kitchen.

Duration:01:30:24

#2006 - Jun 2020, Just Add 7-Up

6/1/2020
With many counties in the state slowly re-opening from the COVID-19 lockdown, we’re chomping at the bit to sit down to a meal out. But, in the meantime, Tom and Connie lament some good times at places past and present. In the meantime, our two test kitchens have been getting a workout. Sometimes the results are stunning, other times… Lots of newsbytes from a major grocer change, to new places popping up and places going down.

Duration:00:55:45

#2005 - May 2020, Pecos Pit Update

5/1/2020
Chef Jeremy McLachlan joins us on this months’ show to bring us up to date on the franchise expansion of the Pecos Pit BBQ chain. Everyone is spending more time cooking at home and Tom and Connie have some fresh ideas for you to contemplate. Mother’s Day feast to go? We know where to get ‘em. Although it may seem like the industry is quiet, there are a lot of happenings you need to know about in our Newsbytes segment including a new grocery store in North Seattle.

Duration:01:35:26

#2004 - April 2020, You say chickpeas, I say garbonzos

4/1/2020
Our special guest today is Erin Lyman of Champion Wine Cellars. It’s a whole new world as we transition from dining out to dining in. We discuss the state of the industry due to C-19 and how we’re making the best of it. With so much going on in the kitchen we’ll tell you what we’ve been cooking so you get some fresh ideas.

Duration:01:11:32

#2003 - March 2020, Pappy Pop-Up

3/1/2020
Our special guest this month is Joe Policicchio, Director or Produce for Town and Country Markets. Joe provides some insight few consumers know about how the produce game is played from the inside. Taste Washington is coming and with it there are a number of special events we’ll cover in the calendar section. Newsbytes reveals a number of new openings and closings, and as always we’ve got some useful tips and tricks to make your dining experience all the better.

Duration:01:09:37

#2002 - February 2020, For the love of food

2/1/2020
Chef Meredith Abbot of Sur la Table joins us this month for an overview of the shops today and a look at their cooking class offerings. What do you think about burgers that are less than 100% all beef? Openings, closures and the best deals are covered under newsbytes. The calendar highlights several Valentine’s Day events and much more. Connie has a tip about diving into restaurant specialties and Tom has bumped into reusable zip loc bags. All that and more on this month’s show.

Duration:01:21:29

#2001 - January 2020, The sizzling 20’s have arrived

1/1/2020
As we enter into our 6th year of the show, we also enter into a new decade. On this show were talking about local food trends at restaurants and the grocery store, but they’re not matching up. And since it’s January, we’ve got a few options to ponder as resolutions. We discuss a number of new restaurants we’ve been dining at, there’s lots in the news bytes section and as always, there’s a full calendar of events you can dive into.

Duration:01:09:11

#1912 - December 2019, Check Under The Beard

12/1/2019
Wine expert, Mina Williams of Blanc and Rouge joins us on this month’s edition to talk about tasty beverages for the holiday season. Lots of changes in our Newsbytes segment. We’ve got great experiences you can enjoy as we roll through the Calendar segments and as always, we’ll leave you with some tips and tricks.

Duration:01:22:46

#1911 - November 2019, Walk it like you talk it

11/1/2019
This month our guest is restaurateur/nutritionist, Kathy Kingen joining us to share tips on how ta manage your health through the holidays and come out on top in January. Tom and Connie are talking about the virtues of cooking the big meals at home, or ordering them in. The Restaurants Unlimited meltdown means a number of closures and a lot of reshuffling. A night market moves from the ID to Sandpoint and El Gaucho is making a big move. There’s lots on the calendar and we’ve got tips and...

Duration:01:41:19

#1910 - October 2019, Do the math

10/1/2019
Mina Williams with Snohomish’s Blanc and Rouge joins us for a look at wines for fall – and perhaps a bubbly as well. We kick the show off with a discussion about what’s really hurting restaurants. Is it the minimum wage, or does it go deeper than that? Lots of newsbytes tidbits and so many calendar events we can only highlight the first half of the month. All that and more…

Duration:01:18:07