Food & Wine with Jamie Gwen on KFWB NEWS TALK 980
April 25th, 2010
In the 8:00am Hour...
Canaletto Ristorante Chef ALFONSO SANNA with a Tutorial on RISOTTO
Chef Alfonso grew up in the small village of Villamar, Sardegna, in the southern part of the island. His Italian cooking is deeply rooted in tradition, rustic and simple in style. Making a good risotto is rather like riding a bicycle: It takes a little bit of practice to begin with, and a certain amount of concentration thereafter! Risotto is so versatile and really easy to make...Alfonso will teach you how!
NATHANIEL REID of
The St. Regis Monarch Beach Hotel
SWEETENS UP MOTHER'S DAY
Nathaniel Reid was just honored with the prestigious title of U.S. Pastry Chef of The Year at the 2010 Paris Gourmet Competition in New York City....and we're celebrating! Nathaniel will share sweets for Spring, Mother's Day desserts and his favorite Chocolate creations.
In the 9:00am Hour...
CHEF FRANK STITT
Birmingham's Culinary King
waxes poetic on his
Southern Food with
an Italian Twist
There are some places worth traveling to just for the food: Rome, Venice . . . and now, Birmingham, Alabama. Frank Stitt's Alabama roots and expertise in Italian cooking have raised the culinary bar so high throughout the South. The companion to his first, best-selling cookbook, brings the best of Mediterranean cuisine back home and it will inspire you to cook! Frank is an inspiring, delightful and passionate Chef and the conversation promises to be delicious.
Author of "HAY FEVER"
shares her Culinary Memoir
of Chasing her Dream
on a Vermont Farm
Do you dream of escaping the big city for a farm in the country? To grow vegetables, raise a few animals, and maybe even learn to make cheese? It would be a relaxing, simple life . . . wouldn’t it? Hay Fever tells the story of one prominent Manhattan professional who gave it a shot—and discovered that the “simple life” is often anything but. Hear about Angela's culinary adventure and how she grew an award-winning dairy farm.