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#1801 – January 2018, Purple Potato Potine

Sam Crannell, former owner of Lloyd Martin, joins us to talk about the demise of a Queen Anne favorite and where he’s headed in the future. We also invite Microsoft’s Cortana in to tell us about her favorite restaurants in Seattle and help us decide what to make for Valentine’s Day. There’s a new donut shop in town, Poquitos is opening an east side location and California gets a new AVA. The calendar has events for both adults and kids alike and we’ll tell you how to minimize the gaseous...


#1712 – December 2017, Technique, Technique, Technique

Our in-studio guest this month is Bridget Charters who is a primary player within Tom Douglas’ Hot Stove Society cooking school. We follow up on last months discussion about trends and share details about where we’ve been eating, which includes Hawaii. Rogo’s Andaluca and Daniel lead off our newsbytes. We’ll tell you where to make a gingerbread house and slip in a wine dinner in our calendar segment. How to bake carrots and more tips abound.


#1711 – November 2017, Chicken Face

Joel Gameron, National Chef from Sur La Table joins us today to talk about the best gadgets for the upcoming holidays. It looks like Seattle is setting trends based on new data from the National Restaurant Association. Several local favorites are celebrating significant anniversaries, and we’ve got the scoop on where to enjoy fall dining events.


#1710 – October 2017, Lemberger with your lamb burger

Holly Smith of Café Juanita joins us for an interview about her upcoming James Beard appearance and to catch up on the quaint Eastside hideaway where they lock down the dignitaries. We kick the show off with a few Fall food tips and talk about where we’ve been dining as of late, including in the airport. In newsbytes we reveal how more Oregon wines are coming to Woodinville, the latest openings and re-openings and look at a few important anniversaries. The Calendar has plenty to keep you...


#1709 – September 2017, Black Cherry Balsamic

Connie is busy getting ready for the annual Cooking with Class fundraiser, so Tom invites the co-host from his other podcast to join in and banter about dining in and around Seattle. The guys talk about a few places you may never have eaten at – yet, then cover the news bytes and calendar with as much finesse as you could get out of two boys. Tom recently fired the food trucks and caterers from his annual event and he shares with us how he took over the kitchen. The show ends with a...


#1708 – August 2017, Super Vision

Jeff Green from B and E Meats and Seafood stops in to update us on his four neighborhood butcher shops scattered around the Sound. We open the show with a look at the latest food poisoning issues in play. Lots of things are brewing in our newsbytes segment and the Calendar is packed full of beverage events. The show closes with all new tips and tricks and a new furniture idea for your home.


#1707 – July 2017, From the land of VQA’s

Our guests this month are Miles Prodan, President of the British Columbia Wine Institute and Executive Winery Chef, Jeremy Tucker of BC’s Cedar Creek Estate Winery. Connie’s got the scoop on the closing of Daniel’s at Leschi and more in Newsbytes. The Calendar is packed with upcoming events and you’ll learn a few things in our closing tips and tricks segment. Buckle your headset and let’s roll.


#1706 – June 2017, Grass Fed Oatmeal

Our guest this month is Corporate Executive Chef Wayne Johnson of Farestart to fill us in on a little more about the recent donation of 25,000 square feet in South Lake Union by The show kicks off with Connie pondering what people really want when they go out to eat. Then it’s off to Newsbytes for all the latest tidbits and the latest events we see on the horizon. We unearth a reader favorite from our AI file that goes all the way back to 1999 – see if you can pick it out.


#1705 – May 2017, Sing a Somm

This month's special guest is Christopher Chan, who is heading up the SOMM Summit which will take place this summer in Seattle. The show opens with a holdover from April and where we’ve been dining. Newsbytes gives us a glimpse of some changes going on and our Calendar tips you off to a lot more than just Mother’s Day events. The show closes with the tips and tricks you can use, whether you’re dining in or out.


#1704 – April 2017, We’ve had our fun!

Todays special guest is Lisa Warr-King Packer from Warr-King wines. It’s the April show, so of course anything can happen. The show opens with banter about where not to eat, Newsbytes gives us a glimpse of changes going on and our Calendar tips you off to a lot more than just Easter events. The show closes with the tips and tricks you can use whether you’re dining in or out.


#1703 – March 2017, Live from the Loft

Tom takes over the show today while Connie repairs a divot she left behind on the golf green last weekend. But we’re not alone as Russell Lowell makes two appearances. We discuss the new Emoji restaurant rating system and then dive into the wine dinner series at Russell’s in Woodinville that will be underway throughout the year. Connie pops in with some Newsbytes and Calendar tips and as always, we end the show with tips and tricks you can use at home or when dining out.


#1702 – February 2017, Crafty Briskety

Isaac Hutchins of Marjorie breaks away from the kitchen at Marjorie to be our special guest this month. Isaac fills us in on what’s happening at the restaurant in the front and the back of the house. Connie and Tom open the show with a look back at Seattle 25 years ago. Is it a better place to eat now, than it was then? What’s changed? The newsbytes segment reveals some interesting changes in the landscape and the calendar segment is loaded with Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day ideas.


#1701 – January 2017, Instead of onions…

We’re ringing in the new year with all the latest news about dining in and around Seattle. First, we look at recent restaurant visits, then we share some tips about food substitutions that make sense. There’s plenty of news to digest with our newsbytes segment and our calendar provides some interesting experiences for winter. Connie interviews Tom about the origins of our online magazines and we close with tips and tricks you can use.


#1612 - December 2016, Save the Earth---worms!

Samad Nasserian, CEO and Founder of Cozymeal is our special guest today discussing how you can order up team building for the corporate workplace using Seattle chefs as your guides. We open the show talking about a few places we’ve dined at lately and one we didn’t. Then we ponder the mix of restaurants in a city that has a reputation for good food. What’s missing? Beyond Seattle’s homeless problem, with all the rain we’ve got a lot of homeless earthworms – now what? There’s plenty of info...


#1611 - November 2016, Burger Tartare

Jill Petrie of the Blue Ribbon Cooking School is our special guest today. Tom and Connie open the show discussing some places they’ve dined at as of late and then we get into debating the delivery of raw proteins to the table, when that’s not what you ordered. Newsbytes reveals the progress of several new restaurants set to open soon and the Calendar is packed full of wine dinners and Thanksgiving options. We close with tips on the importance of speaking up when you’re dining out and a...


#1610 - October 2016, 25 years is a long time

Nat Stratton-Clarke of Café Flora joins us today to talk about the 25 years of Café Flora. Where it’s been and where it’s going. We’ve got the skinny on where to go for the good flavors throughout October. We’ve got the skinny on the inside news about the dining world around the sound. And we’ve got tips and tricks to get you into the holiday groove.


#1609 - September 2016, Grind me a Cricket

Duke Moscrip and Bill Ranninger of Duke’s Chowder House join us as our special guests to discuss their new cook book, As Wild as it Gets, as well as the turnaround in food offerings over the last decade. If it’s been a while since you’ve eaten at Duke’s, you’ll want to listen to this show. Tom and Connie kick off the episode with a discussion on recent restaurants they’ve visited and then get into the newest flour coming your way at a store near you soon. The calendar is packed with ways...


#1608 - August 2016, Coffee with Dinner

Kurt Dammiere of Sugar Mountain joins us in the studio to discuss his newest projects which include a new restaurant and cookbook. It’s summer time in Seattle and outdoor dining is in full swing, and as the city erupts with new residents, there’s a lot to cover that will inspire both newbies, as well as those who have been around a while. We’ve got the skinny on the latest happenings around town and where all the delicious food events are. The show closes with tips you can use in the...


#1607 - July 2016, We'll miss you Ponti

Jamie takes the month off to work on Lamb things, so Connie and Tom steer the ship of foods to where it needs to go. The two look at a few places they recently dined at, then it’s on to newsbytes for tidbits about what’s going on around town. Several 4th of July festivities arise during a briefing on the calendar. Then, Loyd and Roy drop by from the Captain Whidbey Inn to discuss what’s going on at one the Pacific Northwest longest running getaway locations. The pair wrap with a few tips....


#1606 - June 2016, Songs from the Test Kitchen

The trio of Connie, Jamie and Tom are back at it again, kicking off the show with a tour of Washington restaurants. You’ll want to try them all! We take a quick look at what’s going on in the Newsbytes segment and roll into the Calendar with plenty of events you can partake in all month long. The trio has just returned from an eye-opening tour of Yakima and there’s lots to share about the massive turnaround in the area east of the Cascades. We wrap with kitchen and restaurant tips.


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