Mouthful welcomes organizers and chefs participating in Sonoma County Restaurant Week. Nancy Wang joins in, too, with details about our local Chinese New Year Celebration.
For Valentine’s Day, Mouthful presents poems and stories that explore the intersection of the heart, the kitchen and the vineyard along with a couple of special treats to delight your inner romantic.
From the Mouthful archive: Terri Pischoff Wuerthner discusses “In A Cajun Kitchen,” and Mouthful Salon continues with Deborah Walton of Canvas Ranch.
President Carl Brandhorst and Vice-President David Barber of the Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association return for a second year to taste white wines from the other coast. Joining in the fun is Anne Vercelli, food and wine instructor at Santa Rosa Junior College.
As mustard flowers begin to cover our landscape like a bright yellow fever, organizer Pat Summer discusses the Napa Valley Mustard Festival, which kicks off with Mustard Madness and continues through March.
REBROADCAST: If you eat, you do not want to miss this riveting hour with Raj Patel, author of “Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle For the World Food System.”
Mouthful explores the environment, from the Laguna de Santa Rosa to the California Coast, with guests Una Glass of California Coast Walk and David Bannister of the Laguna Foundation.
Mouthful returns to Yosemite, where the 25th annual Chef’s Holiday gets underway at the Ahwahnee Hotel in a few days. Kathy Langley of the Ahwahnee, chef Ken Frank of Napa’s La Toque and Peggy Smith of Cowgirl Creamery discuss their roles in the annual getaway.
Mouthful presents “Peanuts Cooks,” a very special hour with Jean Schulz. Joining in the discussion about “Peanuts Cooks,” an exhibit currently on view at the Charles M. Schulz Museum, will be Laura Shapiro, author of “Something From The Oven,” a riveting exploration of the way American dinner was transformed in the 1950s.
Jerry Anne Di Vecchio and Françoise Dudal Kirkman, author and illustrator of “You’ve Got Recipes,” a cookbook for youngsters aged 7 to 14, discuss their delightful cross-cultural (San Francisco & Paris) email exchange between internet-savvy animals who like to cook.