2013 Shows

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We welcome Charlie Hoppes, winemaker and owner of Fidelitas Winery and Sherri Swingle, Executive Director or the Auction of Washington Wines to talk about what makes Red Mountain wines different and the upcoming Revelry on Red Mountain event.
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We welcome the Crew of Pike Place Fish to the to the show to talk about their new book. We will be talking about their new book In the Kitchen with the Pike Place Fish Guys: 100 Recipes and Tips from the World-Famous Crew of Pike Place Fish.
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We welcome Matt Davis, wine director at The Barking Frog to the studio. He will be the recent Golden Grapes Awards and Washington Wine Month.
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We welcome Tieton Cider Works’ Sharon Campbell and Edible Seattle editor Jill Lightner to the studio to talk all things cider.
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We welcome Patrick Haight of Snoqualmie Casino and Jeff Leichleiter of Tim’s Cascade Snacks to the show. We will be talking about the upcoming Seattle Wine and Food Experience event, February 24 at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall.
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We welcome Bruce Dillion, executive chef of Snoqualmie Casino to the studio. He will be talking about the Casino’s many restaurants and giving us a preview of what to expect in the Snoqualmie Casino Luxe Lounge at the Seattle Wine and Food Experience event.
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2012 Shows

We welcome chef Maria Hines to the studio to give us the scoop on her new restaurant, Agrodolce, opening later this month.
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We welcome Leslie Mackie, owner and chef of Macrina Bakery. She will be talking about her new book More From Macrina. Also joining us in the studio will be Roy Breiman, Culinary Director at Cedarbrook Lodge in Seattle and author of Wine Country Chef’s Table: Extraordinary Recipes from Napa and Sonoma.
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We welcome Jeanne Sauvage to the studio to talk about her new book Gluten-Free Baking for the Holidays. Also joining us on the show is Lynne Curry, author of Pure Beef. The pair will be discussing their new books and we will be tasting some of Sauvage’s creations on the air.
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We welcome Adam Gold to the studio to give us the scoop on his new Woodinville restaurant Gobble, opening later this month. Also joining us in the studio will be regular contributor Sean Sullivan of the Washington Wine Report to talk about turkey wine pairings and this year’s crush.
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We welcome author Kim O’Donnel to the studio. She will be talking about her new book The Meat Lover’s Meatless Celebrations (out October 23). Also joining us in the studio will be Rusty Federman of Rusty’s Famous Cheesecake. We will be sampling some of his sweet creations on the air.
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We welcome Bruce Aidells, founder of Aidells Sausage and author of the new book The Great Meat Cookbook (due out October 2). Also joining us on the show is Cynthia Nims with her new book Salty Snacks (released September 25). The pair will be talking about their new books and we will be tasting some of Nims’ creations on the air.
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We welcome back Amy Pennington, host of Check, Please! Northwest and author of Urban Pantry to talk about gardening and regular contributor Sean Sullivan of the Washington Wine Report giving us the inside scoop on Seattle’s Met’s Top 100 Wine List.
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We welcome to the the studio Kristin Ackerman and Erin Thomas, the publisher and editor of SIP Northwest magazine to talk about Washington wine blends and the upcoming BLEND event, September 16.
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We welcome American Lamb Throwdown Chefs Jason Stoneburner of Bastille Cafe & Bar, Branden Karow of Staple & Fancy and Russell Flint of Rain Shadow Meats to the show. The challenge for lamb supremacy in Seattle begins that morning as the chefs preview the upcoming competition and share some tips about cooking with American Lamb.
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We welcome Sherry Swingle, Executive Director of the Auction of Washington Wines and Perry Mascitti, Executive Chef at Tulalip Resort Casino, a major sponsor and creator of the gourmet spread at Picnic. Listen in as they talk about the upcoming Auction of Washington Wines event, celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Also joining us in the studio will be regular contributor Sean Sullivan of the Washington Wine Report.
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we welcome Wilfred Wong, Cellar Master at Bev Mo!, to the studio. Wong will be talking about the new Bev Mo! stores (opening July 13 in Tacoma and Silverdale) coming to Washington plus give us some great tips for selecting wine, spirits and more.
We welcome Kerry Shiels, winemaker at Cote Bonneville in the Yakima Valley. We’ll be tasting Shiels’ wine and talking about DuBrul Vineyards, the source of Cote Bonneville’s fruit. Also on the show will be TalkTalk regular contributor Sean Sullivan of the Washington Wine Report.
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We welcome Barbara Glover, Wine Yakima Valley’s Executive Director to talk about wine, vineyards and happenings in the Yakima Valley.
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We welcome Leora Bloom to the studio. Bloom will be talking about her new book Washington Food Artisans with TableTalk co-host Thierry Rautureau (Jamie Peha is on vacation this week).
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We welcome Dan Ratigan, executive chef at the Resort at Port Ludlow’s Fireside Restaurant. Ratigan will be talking about the Olympic Culinary Adventure route and the region’s growing culinary industry.
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We welcome TableTalk Anne Nisbet, co-owner and baker of cookie |box|and regular contributor Sean P. Sullivan of the Washington Wine Report to the studio. We will be pairing cookies and wine and Sean catch us up on the Northwest wine industry and some great new releases.
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We welcome Rover’s Chef de Cuisine Robert Sevcik to talk about the restaurant’s upcoming 25th anniversary. Also on the show we welcome Sabra Ricci, author of Lobster for Leos, Cookies for Capricorns. Her book is full of advice for picking the best meal for your star sign.
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We welcome the Godfather of Washington wine Bob Betz of Betz Family Winery. He will be joined in the studio by TableTalk regular contributor Sean P. Sullivan of the Washington Wine Report.
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We welcome Kaili McIntyre of Wheatless in Seattle for a discussion and tasting of some of her gluten-free baked goods. Celebrating 10 years this year, Wheatless in Seattle is one of the city’s top bakeries for wheat, gluten and rice-free products.
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We welcome Amy Pennington, the new host of Check Please! to the table. Also joining us in the studio will be Check Please! producer Nicole Metcalf. The two will preview the new Puget Sound based show and talk about how you can be involved in Check Please!
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We talk about LAMB (February is Lamb Lovers month after all). Joining us is Reed Anderson, a fifth generation shepherd from Oregon Anderson Ranch, talking about how American Lamb gets from the farm to your plate. Also on the show, we welcome back David LeClaire of Wine World to taste some non-traditional Washington wine varietals. He will also be previewing the upcoming Exotic Wine Festival event on February 21.
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We welcome Sheri LaVigne of The Calf & Kid for a discussion and tasting of goat and cow cheeses. We’ll also be talking about selecting, serving and pairing other artisan cheeses.
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We welcome guest host Julien Perry of the Seattle Weekly (filling in for Jamie Peha). Julien and TableTalk co-host Thierry Rautureau will be talking about all things food and dining in Seattle.
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In the studio with TableTalk hosts Jamie Peha and Thierry Rautureau