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.
Romney Steele’s new book “My Nepenthe: Bohemian Tales of Food, Family and Big Sur” offers a compelling view of a unique time and place, Big Sur in the second half of the twentieth century and she is as engaging a guest as she is a writer.
Mouthful takes a road trip to Yosemite Valley’s Ahwahnee Hotel, with the producers, costume designer, executive chef and selected cast members of the Bracebridge Dinners, a holiday tradition since the hotel opened in 1929.
Mouthful welcomes chef Ryan Pollnow of Matanzas Creek Winery, who will build a gingerbread house during the show. Joining in will be Lisa Gottreich of Bohemian Creamery, who will join Ryan and others at the winery’s upcoming holiday open house weekend.
It’s a dessert lovers paradise on this week’s Mouthful, when Condra Easley and her sister Debbie Morris of Sebastopol’s Patisserie Angelica talk about their extraordinary cakes, cookies and confections and explain their new service for locals only. “
Mouthful welcomes William Grimes, former New York Times restaurant critic and author of a delicious new book, “Appetite City: A Culinary History of New York.”
Mouthful explores the traditions of El Dia de Los Muertos, with an emphasis on Petaluma’s celebration.