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The Splendid Table: Episodes

This week it's Jeff Henderson of the Chef Jeff project on The Food Network. Jane and Michael Stern are at Enstrom Toffee in Grand Junction, CO. And we visit with Dorie Greenspan author of Baking, From My Home to Yours, and Gourmet magazine's John Willoughby.
This week we have British chef Heston Blumenthal author of Further Adventures in Search of Perfection. Jane and Michael Stern are at Singleton Seafood Shack in Mayport, Fl. We talk with Chef Vitaly Paley, author of The Paley's Place Cookbook, and Jenn Garbee, author of Secret Suppers: Rogue Chefs and ...
On this episode we talk with Paul Roberts author of The End of Food, on global food prices. Jane and Michael Stern, authors of Roadfood, are at Famous Fourth Street Delicatessen in Philadelphia, PA. and Shirley Corriher, author of Bakewise, The Hows and Whys of Successful Baking.
This week we go into the kitchen with Andy Ricker, the man behind Portland's legendary Thai restaurant Pok Pok. Jane and Michael Stern are noshing kolaches in West Texas, and New York Time's columnist Rob Walker explains how what we buy reveals who we are. He is the author of Buying In.
This week we've a homage to all things porcine, and the story of family life in a rural French village from French chef Stephane Reynaud, author of Pork & Sons, Jane and Michael Stern have found the krunkest fish in Nashville at Eastside Fish, and Kim Marcus of The Wine Spectator brings us up to date ...
This weeks it's the intersection of food and international relations with Chris Fair, author of Cuisines of the Axis of Evil and Other Irritating States: A Dinner Party Approach to International Relations. Jane and Michael Stern are eating cream puffs at Butler's Donuts in Somerset, MA and Gourmet Magazine's ...
This week we peek at the fantasy life of a house in Tuscany with Michael Tucker, author of Living in a Foreign Language, A Memoir of Food, Wine and Love. Sally Schneider author of A New Way to Cook gives us a fresh take on pears, and Seattle chef Tom Douglas explains the trials and tribulations of becoming ...
This week we're catching up with Italian food authorities Marcella and Victor Hazan. Marcella's latest project is her autobiography, Amarcord, Marcella Remembers. Jane and Michael Stern are eating Czech food at Belgrade Gardens outside of Akron, OH, and Harold McGee, author of the seminal On Food and ...
This week we talk to journalist Julia Flynn Siler author of The House of Mondavi: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty. Jane and Michael Stern are at Kumback Lunch in Perry, OK, and David Rosengarten looks at the origins of ramen noodles.
This week we are meeting a winemaking legend, David Lett of Oregon's famed Eyrie Vineyard, Jane and Michael Stern are eating ice cream at Ici in Berkeley, CA and New York City food authority Mike Colameco introduces us to Izakayas, Japanese drinking places.
This week it's all things tomato with Amy Goldman author of The Heirloom Tomato: From Garden to Table, Jane and Michael Stern are at the Formica Brothers Bakery in Atlantic City, NJ and writer David Leite, editor of the website Leite's Culinaria takes on the Toll House Cookie.
We're looking at global seed banks with journalist John Seabrook, author of The New Yorker article, Sowing For the Apocalypse. Jane and Michael Stern are at Short Sugar's BBQ in Reidsville, NC and wine wit Joshua Wesson takes us to Italy's premier wine event, Vin Italy.
We're talking to Benjamin Wallace author of The Billionaire's Vinegar: The Mystery of the World's Most Expensive Bottle of Wine. Jane and Michael Stern are at Round Rock Donuts in Round Rock, TX, and we get the final word on knife care from Chad Ward, author of An Edge in the Kitchen.
This week we meet up with Britain's charming Nigella Lawson, author of Nigella Express: 130 Recipes for Good Food, Fast. Jane and Michael Stern are in Kansas City, MO at LC's BBQ, and wine wit Joshua Wesson introduces us to his pick in chillable reds.
This week we're meeting one of the pioneers in America's artisan cheese movement, our very own Steve Jenkins author of The Food Life: Inside the World of Food with the Grocer Extraordinaire at Fairway Market. Jane and Michael Stern are at Halibut in Portland, OR and we look at the Southern way with picnics, ...
This week we're talking to distinguished nutritionist and food activist Marion Nestle about who should really be responsible for our food supply. She is the author of What To Eat. The Stern's are at Standard Baking on the Portland, ME waterfront and Sally Schneider author of the award-winning The Improvisational ...
We're looking at the unusual and humble origins of sushi with Trevor Corson, author of The Zen of Fish: The Story of Sushi, from Samurai to Supermarket, Jane and Michael Stern are at Johnson's Corner Truckstop and Cafe in Loveland, CO and legendary chef Jacque Pepin reminisces on the French kitchen of ...
This week we're meeting journalist Adam Leith Gollner, author of The Fruit Hunters, A Story of Nature, Adventure, Commerce and Obsession. Jane and Michael Stern are at Louis Mueller's BBQ in Taylor TX, and wine wit Joshua Wesson recommends cool wines for hot days.
This week's show could be called the cookbook lover's version of The Antiques Road Show. Our guide is Jose Andres, award-winning chef and host of PBS's Made in Spain. He'll explain why his collection of antique cookbooks is so essential to his work. It's skirted cheeseburgers at the Squeeze Inn in Sacramento ...
This week it's the seeds and bark that changed the planet. We're talking spices, the stuff of wonderment and avarice in the medieval world with Paul Freedman, author of Out of the East: Spices and the Medieval Imagination. It's a St. Augustine, Florida special for Jane and Michael Stern at Saltwater ...
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