Timothy Page, co-founder of F. E. E. D. Sonoma and long-time purveyor of goodness joins Mouthful host Michele Anna Jordan to talk about the company he founded. F. E. E. D. stands for Farmers Exchange of Earthly Delights, feeding Sonoma County since 1979.
Eli Colvin of Petaluma’s Revolution Bakery talks about his rustic, whole grain, wood-fired, small batch breads. If you have been looking for a delicious alternative to breads made with highly processed flours. Host: Michele Anna Jordan.
This archive episode revisits a 2014 interview with chef John Ash discussing his newest book, Culinary Birds, which went on to win several awards that year. This year, John Ash & Co., Sonoma County’s iconic restaurant, celebrates its 35th anniversary.
Mouthful welcomes Gayle Sullivan of Dry Creek Peach and Produce, producers of fabulous peaches, including the ephemeral Arctic Gem White Peach and dozens of other varieties, along with other fruits and vegetables. Don’t miss this engaging episodes about one of Sonoma County’s iconic farms.
Mouthful welcomes FarmTrails executive director Carmen Snyder and others to chat about the upcoming Gravenstein Apple Fair, the sweetest little fair celebrating its 42nd year taking place next weekend, August 8 and 9, in Sebastopol’s Ragle Ranch Park.
Mouthful welcomes Perry Butler of the legendary Perry’s Deli in San Francisco, which is gearing up to celebrate its 40th anniversary later this month.